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Khotun Khan

Khotun Khan (コトゥン・ハーン, Kotu Hān), is both a fictional character and antagonist of the Ghost of Heavenly Sword series created by Brian Fleming and Tameem Antoniades. He is a cunning and ruthless second-command of the Mongol Empire's forces.

As Mongols' leading general, who leads and commands a massive fleet of ships and soldiers in the invasion of Tsushima - by the order of King Bohan. To achieve total victory, Khotun relies on his knowledge of the samurai way to ultimately destroy them.

"Samurai, you are a warrior. I can see that. You trained your whole life for this. And you have won battles that lesser men have called unwinnable, yes? But while you were sharpening your sword, do you know how I prepared for Today? I learned. I know your language... your traditions... your beliefs... which villages to tame and... which to burn. So I ask you once again, samurai, do you surrender?"

—Khotun Khan, to Lord Shimura.

Appearance & Biography[]

Voice actor: Patrick Gallagher (English), Tsutomu Isobe (Japanese), Not Known (Arabic), Not Known (Basque), Not Known (Brazilian), Not Known (Cantonese), Not Known (Catalan), Not Known (Chinese), Not Known (Croatian), Not Known (Danish), Not Known (Dutch), Not Known (Finnish), Not Known (Filipino), Not Known (French), Not Known (Galician), Not Known (German), Not Known (Greek), Not Known (Hebrew), Not Known (Hong Kong), Not Known (Hungarian), Not Known (Indonesian), Not Known (Italian), Not Known (Korean), Not Known (Mandarin), Not Known (Norwegian), Not Known (Polish), Not Known (Portuguese), Not Known (Romanian), Not Known (Russian), Not Known (Serbian), Not Known (Spanish), Not Known (Swedish), Not Known (Tagalog), Not Known (Thai), Not Known (Valencian), Not Known (Ukrainian), Not Known (Brazilian Portuguese), Not Known (Canadian French), Gabriel Jiménez (European Spanish), Not Known (European Portuguese), Not Known (Latin American Spanish), Gustavo Dardés (Latin Spanish), Not Known (Spain-Spanish)



  • Hair Color: Black
  • Skin Color: Dark Tan
  • Eye Color: Dark Brown
  • Age: Not Known
  • Birthday: Not Known
  • Height: Not Known
  • Weight: Not Known





Khotun Khan is shown to be greatly feared by his enemies, and highly respected by his army. His authority amongst his men is unquestioned, and they are willing to resort to any tactics to defeat the Khan's enemies. His ruthlessness and lack of honor is shown when he uses a wine glass and a torch to incinerate Lord Adachi after the latter challenges him to a duel. He is also more than willing to use brutal force against non-combatants, including unarmed monks.

Despite his cruelty, the Khan has a capacity for mercy, if it suits his goals. He is willing to offer amnesty to those who surrender and fight for him. Typically, he takes advantage of those in a desperate situation, such as when Ryuzo and his men were starving and felt disillusioned in their fight. He uses this "divide and conquer" strategy in order to turn his enemies against each other, making his conquests easier. In his own words, he knows "which villages to tame, and which villages to burn."

In order to aid in his subjugation of Japan, the Khan has learned how to speak Japanese, and has extensive knowledge of Japanese culture. This knowledge allows him the ability to use the Samurai's code of honor against them, as he leads them into traps and causes Lord Shimura to doubt the honor of his nephew Jin.



  • Mongols
    • King Bohan
    • Temuge
    • Flying Fox
    • Altan
    • Whiptail
    • Dogar
    • Roach
  • Raven King
  • Mamushi Brothers
  • Black Wolf
  • The Straw Hats
    • Ryuzo
  • Ronins
  • Bandits


  • Kublai Khan (cousin)
  • Genghis Khan (grandfather)




  • Jin Sakai
  • Nariko (deceased)
  • Lady Masako
  • Shen
  • Sensei Ishikawa
  • Kai
  • Yuna
  • Takashi
  • Taka (deceased)
  • Loki (deceased)
  • Tao (deceased)
  • Yuriko (deceased)
  • Itsuki
  • Kenji
  • Norio
  • Junshin

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"You forgot what it's like to fight someone who's stronger than you. To feel weak."

—Yuna to Jin and Nariko, after their first encounter with Khotun Khan.

The Khan is a skilled warrior, utilizing a massive Guandao-like weapon in the instances he is seen in combat. In his first encounter with Jin, the Khan easily overwhelms his opponent. He is highly confident in his own skills, showing no fear when confronting Jin for the final time despite the latter's decimation of his army. However, once Jin gains the upper hand in combat against him, the Khan panics, fleeing for his command ship and calling reinforcements to aid him. In addition, when Jin wounds his face during their first encounter, the Khan loses his composure and flies into a rage, throttling Jin and hurling him off the bridge they were dueling on. 



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