Your intuition was correct, and the Ongud chief's advice put you right into the middle of Jin lands. However, your scouts riding ahead inform you that a Jin army numbering at least 700,000 is marching north to meet you. Your generals look to you to devise a tactic to make sure this conquest does not end prematurely. What do you do?

Continue riding and face them head on, trusting your military superiority.

Instruct your son Ogedei to take part of your army, even further increasing the number disparity, to attack the western capital of Xijing.