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Yo Tan Wa is a protagonist and central supporting character in the popular historical seinen manga and anime series, Kingdom.
Although the mountain people are considered a savage tribe, Yo Tan Wa seems to be quite open-minded, as she was willing to listen to Ei Sei's offer and reason with him.
Despite being a woman, she is very well respected by the other mountain people who obey her every order, That is the result of her strong will and her dominant personality as both a political and military leader.
However, while on the battlefield, she is shown to be aggressive, often ordering her troops to kill all the enemies and ruthlessly charging in herself.
- Ba Jio (best friend/subordinate/comrade)
- Tajifu (subordinate/comrade)
Ri Hyou† |
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|Kaguya-sama: Love Is War|
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