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Huang Xing (25 October 1874 – 31 October 1916) was a Chinese revolutionary leader and politician, and the first army commander-in-chief of the Republic of China. Known as the "Eight Fingered General" because of wounds sustained during the Xinhai Revolution. He led the Tongmenghui (a secret society and underground resistance movement founded by Sun Yat-sen) in many battles to unify Chinese revolutionary groups. His military training in Japan prepared him for his later role as a Chinese revolutionary.

Battle vs. Antonio Luna (by Permutation321)[]

Location: Military Encampment

Luna Sharpshooters = 6

Tongmenghui Revolutionaries = 6

Antonio Luna and his sharpshooters are resting in their encampment after long march from the mountains. While Antonio Luna is thinking a battle plan to attack a fort in his tent; Huang Xing and his Tongmenghui Revolutionaries attacked the encampment by surprise and killed 2 Luna Sharpshooter. (LS= 4, TR= 6)

After taken by surprise, 1 Luna Sharpshooter kills two Revolutionary from the distance before entering the encampment the Revolutionary kills the Luna Sharpshooter with the bayonet. (LS = 3, TR= 4)

After hearing the gunshots Antonio Luna exits his tent and finds two Revolutionary kills one in close range with his Spanish Saber and the other with his Peacemaker. (LS = 3 ,TR = 2)

Huang Xing finds the two Luna Sharpshooters and kills them with his Mauser C96 and Luna Sharpshooter kills one Revolutionary with a bolo knife. (LS = 1, TR = 1)

Antonio Luna kills the remaining Revolutionary with his Peacemaker, on the other hand Huang Xi kills the remaining Luna Sharpshooter with his Dadao. (LS = 0, TR = 0)

Antonio Luna approached Huang Xi kills him with his Spanish Saber. And Antonio Luna walks out alive goes north to report back to Emilio Aguinaldo.


Expert's Opinion[]

Both generals was experienced, and brilliant strategist, the weaponry of both combatants is effective, and but the skill of Antonio Luna due to his expertise with Filipino Martial Arts/Kali and his men assures victory.

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