The time has come to decide who the most HARD GAY man in the land is, with the first battle of the first round taking place between Cao Cao and Yuan Shao. Cao Cao may have fewer men than his rival, but can he make up the difference in numbers with superior technique?
The chapters about Sun Ce are condensed into this one sentence.
Yuan Shao is easily displeased.
Truly the mark of an evil and chaotic ruler.
Yuan Shao plans a HARD GAY ritual for the future.
It doesn’t quite have the ring of ‘Let’s prepare to war!’, but it will do.
Cao Cao decides to compare the strength of his HARD GAY forces to that of his opponent.
Cao Cao’s advisors try to convince him that having fewer men is less exhausting.
Even so, Cao Cao cannot believe that 70,000 could possibly be enough to satisfy his appetites.
Meanwhile, Yuan Shao is having problems of his own.
If you don’t like what your advisors say, just lock them up.
The 90 mile perimeter of the HARD GAY fun zone is infamous.
Yuan Shao gets excited just thinking about it.
Zhuge Liang appears to shed his greatness on the world.
As demonstrated here, eloquence is the key to a successful argument.
Despite being the Hero of Chaos, Cao Cao lays a claim to righteousness.
Once again, the difference in the quantity of available partners is reiterated.
Zhuge Liang is always watching (from a random point in the middle of nowhere).
Note how the light of God gently caresses him.
These days, anyone can use “Damn you!”
Yuan Shao, truly a man of unmatched wit and intellect, not to mention superlative people skills.
Xu You tries to explain that he broke off his relationship with Cao Cao long ago.
Yuan Shao is not convinced, and terminates their HARD GAY.
Hmm, that must have happened offscreen.
Since he has already been accused of it, Xu You decides to offer HARD GAY to Cao Cao.
When commanding an army, it is important to send generics and underlings in first, and only arrive once the area has been declared safe.
Wine is always a precursor to downfall in this series.
Unimportant things like battles must be summarised in single sentences.