Baiqi was good at analyzing the battle as well as his and the enemy's forces, and also to think of a correct strategy and tactic to destroy them. Sieging and gaining land wasn't his only goal, but rather to destroy the enemy’s strength. He was good in wildlands battles and when he fought, he wanted to crush the enemy.
Ordering Wang He and Huan He's troops to give up on attacking Zhao Kuo, but instead pincer Zhao Zhuang, showed how Baiqi used his men.
The plan to box in the Zhao army had failed, but it didn't make him depressed. His next goal was to destroy as much of the Zhao army as possible to achieve victory in future battles.
After seeing the strength of the player force, Huan He stopped looking down on the players. When they charged down south, he didn't ask the player force to stay at the back. Instead, it was Wang He's 30-40 thousand cavalry.
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