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August 13, 2004, at 10:59 PM MST by minh -
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(Kwan is also more commonly spelled Guan.)

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(Kwan is also more commonly spelled Guan. It may also be a reference to famous historical Chinese general from the Han dynasty. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwan_Yu See Wikipedia Article)

August 13, 2004, at 10:53 PM MST by minh -
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(Kwan is also more commonly spelled Guan.)

July 05, 2004, at 09:20 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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The Alliance's key strategist and tactician was General Yu Kwan, who won major victories at the Battle of {{Sihnon}}, {{Bellerophon}}, {{Boros}}, and finally DuKhang Du-Khang? (in 2510), driving Independent forces out of key systems. Kwan understood the concept of total war and realized, along with Lao, that only the utter defeat of Independent forces would bring an end to the war. At the beginning of 2509, Kwan was given command of all Alliance armies. He chose to make his headquarters on {{Bellerophon}}, although he did not usually take direct command of that systemís army.

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The Alliance's key strategist and tactician during the Unification War was General Yu Kwan, who won major victories at the Battle of {{Sihnon}}, {{Bellerophon}}, {{Boros}}, and finally DuKhang Du-Khang? (in 2510), driving Independent forces out of key systems. Kwan understood the concept of total war and realized, along with Lao, that only the utter defeat of Independent forces would bring an end to the war. At the beginning of 2509, Kwan was given command of all Alliance armies. He chose to make his headquarters on {{Bellerophon}}, although he did not usually take direct command of that systemís army.

May 19, 2004, at 12:45 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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The Alliance's key strategist and tactician was General Yu Kwan, who won major victories at the Battle of {{Sihnon}}, {{Bellerophon}}, {{Boros}}, and finally {{Du Khang Du-Khang}} (in 2510), driving Independent forces out of key systems. Kwan understood the concept of total war and realized, along with Lao, that only the utter defeat of Independent forces would bring an end to the war. At the beginning of 2509, Kwan was given command of all Alliance armies. He chose to make his headquarters on {{Bellerophon}}, although he did not usually take direct command of that systemís army.

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The Alliance's key strategist and tactician was General Yu Kwan, who won major victories at the Battle of {{Sihnon}}, {{Bellerophon}}, {{Boros}}, and finally DuKhang Du-Khang? (in 2510), driving Independent forces out of key systems. Kwan understood the concept of total war and realized, along with Lao, that only the utter defeat of Independent forces would bring an end to the war. At the beginning of 2509, Kwan was given command of all Alliance armies. He chose to make his headquarters on {{Bellerophon}}, although he did not usually take direct command of that systemís army.

May 19, 2004, at 12:44 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Describe Yu Kwan here.

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The Alliance's key strategist and tactician was General Yu Kwan, who won major victories at the Battle of {{Sihnon}}, {{Bellerophon}}, {{Boros}}, and finally {{Du Khang Du-Khang}} (in 2510), driving Independent forces out of key systems. Kwan understood the concept of total war and realized, along with Lao, that only the utter defeat of Independent forces would bring an end to the war. At the beginning of 2509, Kwan was given command of all Alliance armies. He chose to make his headquarters on {{Bellerophon}}, although he did not usually take direct command of that systemís army.

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