It has pretty much been confirmed since his introduction that Ou Sen is a Genius Strategist in warfare thus making him a General of the Strategical type but is that all there is to the man known as Ou Sen. Thoroughly reading the series, I've been able to pick up some little hints as to why I think he might be of the Instinctual type too First of all to understand; Instinctual Generals use their intuition to decide the best course of action on the battlefield. In a way they also have a sort of foresight about the flow of events and how to act accordingly to counter thus making them able to 'notice' things before anyone else The first instance I saw this was in the coalition war when after toying with and making an utter fool of Ordo, Ousen was able to 'predict' Karin's detachment nearly opening the gates of Kankoku pass, he would then show up from nowhere in the nick of time when all was lost to smite and utterly obliterate them much to everyone's awe and bewilderment Apart from when one of his vassals pointed out that Ousen's prediction had never been wrong during the Chiyoyou campaign (which would have been right if not for Ouhon's interference), there has also been other instances like; - Predicting that during the remainder of the Western Zhao campaign, the right wing of the shukai plains is going to be the one "lighting a fire" (which is a phrase almost exclusive to Instinctual Generals) from that day onwards - Foreseeing that Riboku was going to send Gyou'un to the right wing (still speculative) telling shin that their true battlefield has finally arrived knowing that this is going to be their (Hi shin unit) most difficult obstacle yet. Note: Riboku has been seen leaving his HQ throughout the current arc to help Zhao recover from the precarious situations of Ousen's ploys while Ousen's been in his HQ analysing which has led me to believe that everything has been envisioned by him. This is all speculation of course, thoughts? --- Double Post Merged, May 25, 2018, Original Post Date: May 25, 2018 --- Just saw the title now, pardon my grammar!