On the Cangcheng County city wall, Baiqi looked at the black ocean of troops bearing down on them; his eyes seemed unsettled.
The enemy was moving exceedingly slowly. After they covered a short distance, they would stop to organize themselves. The reason behind this was that the army was made up of ten different forces, so their timings were different. As a result, they moved in a disjointed fashion and would need of reorganization.
If they did not stop, before they even reached the city wall, they would fall into a scattered chaos.
Baiqi's observations were so sharp and intricate.
He counted silently in his heart. The intervals between their stops were getting shorter and shorter. The entire army had grown more orderly and familiarized with the movement speeds of one another.
The enemy was an extremely careful person.
Baiqi defined the enemy commander.
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