Perhaps the most widely known, and the most elite military unit of Ming Dynasty, Qi Jia Jun (戚家軍, lit. 'Army of House Qi') was the army raised and trained by none other than general Qi Ji Guang (戚繼光) himself. Troops of Qi Jia Jun were originally peasants from Zhejiang province, particularly Yiwu county. Qi Jia Jun numbered three to four thousand initially, but became much larger later on.
Kongling Pavilion KLG-R013 1/6th scale Ming Dynasty Series Qi troop - walk camp guard leader features: calm head sculpt, roar head sculpt, 12-inch figure Body, hands x 3 pairs, Knife (metal blade), Scabbard, Swallow tail card (wood), throwing stars x4 (metal), Robe, underwear, pants, boots (handmade), Armor, helmet, Cloth belt, belt, bow and arrow integrated pocket, Arrows x5, Bow, package, Scarf, Banner, Caregiver (copper), Bracers x2, metal hanging buckle x2, Pre-order gift: bamboo wolf whisk.
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