It has been a year since Wang Qi (Ou Ki) has passed away. Xin (Shin) continues to fight as a 300-man Commander on the battlefield, while Ying Zheng (Ei Sei) faces an overwhelming enemy back at home. In the midst of the turmoil, the Qin army begins a powerful offensive against Wei, and meets with a very powerful enemy.
First off, the animation has improved greatly since the first episode of the first season. It's a good thing they stopped trying to use CGI so much because it was failing. They still used it some and it would look awkward for a moment but it wasn't nearly as bad as before. The details in the artwork and the character designs have improved too, but all that started happening towards the end of the first season... read more
Season two has much better, stylish, and more realistic animation that may still have that 3d ish look but it is toned down enough that it doesn't look like a cheap cut out of a bad video game like season 1's animation, but the story and drama are not as good as the previous season. There is only one really good drama scene in a flash back early on in the season where as season two had more and a powerful... read more