Dynasty Warriors PSP
Officer Biographies
Written by George D. (X Japan)
v. 1.00
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-Introduction-

This FAQ will cover biographies of every deployable officer in Dynasty
Warriors for PSP, 200 in total. I have chosen the same format as the game;
officer number and name, kingdom in parenthesis, date of birth/death and
finally the biography. The FAQ will not cover officer stats. Check out
clementchong's Deployable Officers Guide for a full list of stats.
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-Updates-

October 5th 2005
v. 1.00.
Finally acquired the 200th officer, finishing the FAQ.
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-Officer biographies-

001 Zhao Yun  (Shu)
    ?- 229
A Shu officer. Formerly a servant of
Yuan Shao and later Gongsun Zan, he
changed loyalties to Liu Bei, impressed
by his virtiousness and personality. Bold
and daring, he single-handedly charged
through the enemy army at the Battle of
Chang Ban in order to rescue Liu Bei's
son, Liu Chan. He was among the Five
Tiger generals of the Shu Kingdom.

002 Guan Yu  (Shu)
    162- 219
A Shu officer. Sworn brother of Liu Bei
and Zhang Fei, he was the leader of the
Five Tigers and helped build the
foundation of the Shu Kingdom. With his
strong sense of duty and bravery, he
was labeled a warrior without equal. Guan
Yu was also known for his beautiful, long
beard.

003 Zhang Fei  (Shu)
    168- 221
An officer of Shu and member of the
Five Tigers. Sworn brother of Liu Bei
and Guan Yu. At the battle of Chang Ban,
he alone rode out on the Chang Ban
Bridge and gave a powerful shout,
frightening off one million of Cao Cao's
troops, who were in pursuit. A lover of
wine and drink, it often led to his defeat
in battle more times than not.

004 Xiahou Dun  (Wei)
    ?-  220
A Wei officer. Is related to Cao Cao. It is
said that he lost his eye to an arrow in a
battle with Lu Bu, but since it was given
to him at birth, he removed it from the
arrow and ate it. Later, he commanded
numerous troops and fought in various
places, serving as Cao Cao's right-hand
man.

005 Dian Wei  (Wei)
    ?- 197
A giant of a man often referred to as
pure evil. Served as Cao Cao's personal
bodyguard and was constantly by his
side. After Zhang Xiu's night attack on
Wan Castle, he alone stood before the
enemy troops, giving his life so that Cao
Cao could escape.

006 Xu Zhu  (Wei)
    ?- ?
A Wei officer. An extremely large man
possibly as big around as he is tall. As
capable in battle as the great Dian Wei,
he also served as Cao Cao's personal
bodyguard. Normally an average and
absent-minded man, he transformed on
the battlefield, fighting with the
fierceness of a tiger, earning him the
nickname Crazy Tiger.

007 Zhou Yu  (Wu)
    175- 210
A Wu officer. He was the sworn brother
of his Lord, Sun Ce. According to Sun
Ce's will, he became chief lieutenant to
the young Sun Quan. At the Battle of Chi
Bi, he served as the commander, leading
his fleet to victory over the much larger
forces of Cao Cao. He was often
complimented on his good looks.

008 Lu Xun  (Wu)
    183- 245
A Wu officer and married to Sun Ce's
daughter. A very thoughtful young man
whose distinguished service was
rewarded with a promotion from Sun
Quan. In cooperation with Lu Meng, he
managed to defeat Guan Yu and
succeeded in recapturing the Jing
Province. Also, at the Battle of Yi Ling,
he served as Supreme Commander,
leading Wu to a carefully planned victory
over Liu Bei and the massive Shu army.

009 Taishi Ci  (Wu)
    166- 206
An officer of Wu. With his strong sense
of duty and a feeling of obligation to his
mother, he saved Kong Rong, the
viceroy of Bei Hai, from danger. Later,
he serves Liu Yong and fights Sun Ce to
a draw. Liu Yong eventually loses to Sun
Ce, forcing Taishi Ci to submit to Sun
Ce, serving him from there on.

010 Diao Chan  (Other)
    ?- ?
A young songstress unequaled in beauty
as well as song and dance. Raised by
Wang Yun as his own daughter. For the
sake of Wang, who is fearful of Dong
Zhuo and Lu Bu, she got close to both of
them, and succeeded in tearing their
relationship apart, with Lu Bu later killing
Dong Zhuo.

011 Zhuge Liang  (Shu)
    181- 234
The Shu strategist and advisor. Liu Bei
completely trusted Zhuge Liang, also
called the "Sleeping Dragon". After Liu
Bei honored him with three visits, he
decided to join the young Shu leader.
Skilled in both domestic and foreign
affairs, he contributed largely to the
founding of the Shu Kingdom. He
attempted to conquer the Northern
territories on five different occasions,
but was finally defeated at the Wu Zhang
Plains.

012 Cao Cao  (Wei)
    155- 220
The Wei ruler. He was labeled the "Hero
of a Troubled Land". Skilled in the arts
and in warfare, he wrote numerous
books on strategy and tactics. During
the Yellow Turban Rebellion, he joined
the Imperial army, distinguishing himself
on the field of battle. Following the death
of Dong Zhuo, he strengthened his
foothold in the troubled central plains,
thereby establishing the foundation for
what would become the giant Wei
Empire.

013 Lu Bu  (Other)
    ?- 198
The mighty Lu Bu. Skilled in all the
martial arts, especially  archery and
horse riding. It was often said, "Among
men, Lu Bu... Among horses, Red Hare..."
Red Hare, who could run 1000 miles in a
single day, and Lu Bu, who brandished
his fabled Lunar Spear. Loyal only to
himself, he cut down his own stepfather,
Ding Yuan, and joined Dong Zhuo, only to
later betray him as well.

014 Sun Shang Xiang  (Wu)
    ?- ?
The daughter of the Sun clan. She is the
younger sister of both Sun Ce and Sun
Quan. A somewhat manly woman, she
took interest in the martial arts from a
young age. She later became Liu Bei's
wife, but it is said that her
ladies-in-waiting were constantly outside
her room, dressed in full armor.

015 Liu Bei  (Shu)
    161- 223
The first Emperor of the Shu Kingdom.
Along with his sworn brothers, Guan Yu
and Zhang Fei, he participated in the
campaign against the Yellow Turbans.
After fighting in various battles, he
established the Shu Kingdom, signifying
the beginning of the Three Kingdoms
era. His aim was to restore the Han
Dynasty, thereby bringing peace to the
troubled land.

016 Sun Jian  (Wu)
    156- 192
A great hero descended from the
legendary Sun Tzu. He made a name for
himself by defeating a band of pirates.
After distinguishing himself in battle
against the Yellow Turbans, he became
the governor of Chang Sha. He served
as the vanguard for the Allied forces
against Dong Zhuo, being the first to
reach the city of Luo Yang. Following the
battle, he found the Imperial Seal hidden
within a well and took it back home with
him.

017 Sun Quan  (Wu)
    182- 252
The first Emperor of the Wu Kingdom.
He was the second son of Sun Jian and
the younger brother of Sun Ce. He
succeeded the family line, following Sun
Ce's sudden death. Of his younger
brother, Sun Ce is to have said, "You
believe that your offense is strong, but
in actuality, it is your defense which is
stronger". At the Battle of Chi Bi, Sun
Quan met the much larger forces of Cao
Cao and managed to emerge victorious.

018 Dong Zhuo  (Other)
    ?- 192
Former Prefect of Xi Liang. He was
summoned to Luo Yang by He Jin to
protect the young Han Emperor, but he
quickly usurped the Imperial Court's
power and began a reign of terror. He
adopted the mighty warrior Lu Bu as his
son, who allowed his tyranny to grow
even further, but in the end he was
betrayed by Lu Bu and assassinated.

019 Yuan Shao  (Other)
    ?- 202
A member of the distinguished Yuan clan,
he became the leader of the Allied
forces in the movement against Dong
Zhuo. Following Dong Zhuo's death, he
fought with Cao Cao, who was trying to
take control of the central plains.
However, despite his large army at the
Battle of Guan Du, internal strife and
various other troubles such as the attack
of his supply depot led to a major defeat.

020 Ma Chao  (Shu)
    176- 222
The eldest son of Ma Teng, he received
the nickname, "Ma Chao the Splendid"
due to his skills as a warrior. In an
attempt to avenge his father, he
commanded an army of troops from Xi
Liang to attack Cao Cao at Chang An, but
lost. He later went on to serve Liu Bei.
He proposed numerous strategies, such
as the capture of Han Zhong. He was
counted among Shu's Five Tigers.

021 Huang Zhong  (Shu)
    ?- 222
A Shu officer. Masterful with a bow, he
was capable of hitting a target 100 out of
100 tries. He served both Liu Biao and
Han Xuan. While under Han Xuan, he had
a fierce battle with Guan Yu. He later
served Liu Bei and served in the Yi
Province and in the Battle of Mt. Ding
Jun. He accompanied Liu Bei during his
ascension to the throne of Han Zhong,
and was appointed to the Five Tigers.

022 Xiahou Yuan  (Wei)
    ?- 219
A Wei officer and brother to Xiahou Dun.
He worked with Cao Cao from the
beginning, bearing one wing of Cao
Cao's newly formed army. Famous for his
lighting quick attacks, he had a long list
of accomplishments, including defeating
Ma Chao. However, at the Battle of Mt.
Ding Jun, he was drawn out by a Shu
general, and killed by Huang Zhong.

023 Zhang Liao  (Wei)
    169- 224
A Wei officer. In the beginning, he
fought in various battles under Lu Bu.
After Lu Bu's death, he served under Cao
Cao. During his defense of He Fei, he
managed to repel over 100,000 Wu
troops with just 800 men. He was so
feared that it was said that even crying
children stopped their tears when he
appeared. He was promoted to the head
of the five Wei Generals.

024 Sima Yi  (Wei)
    179- 251
A Wei vassal. He was promoted after Cao
Cao recognized his talent and ability. In
the battle with Shu, he refused to be
lured out by Zhuge Liang, putting his
heart and soul into a strong defensive
effort, which resulted in victory. After
serving four generations of the Cao
family, he won a battle with Cao Shuang
to seize control of the Wei Empire,
laying the foundation for what would
eventually become the Jin Dynasty.

025 Lu Meng  (Wu)
    178- 219
A Wu officer. Already an accomplished
warrior, he devoted himself to learning
and became a paradigm of wisdom and
valor after being admonished by Sun
Quan. He was greatly admired by his
senior, Lu Su as a great servant of the
Wu Kingdom. Together with Lu Xun, they
retook the Jing Province, capturing the
great Guan Yu in the process.

026 Gan Ning  (Wu)
    ?- 222
A Wu officer. A former pirate, he
attached bells to himself and surrounded
himself with other ruffians. He served
under both Liu Biao and Huang Zu, but
after being passed over for promotion,
he took services to Sun Quan, who at
the recommendation of Zhou Yu and Lu
Meng, welcomed him to Wu. He later
fought at Chi Bi and in the campaign
against Wei.

027 Jiang Wei  (Shu)
    202- 264
An officer of Shu. He once belonged to
Wei, but was caught in a plot by Zhuge
Liang, who had come to conquer the
North, and joined Shu. Filled with
admiration for Zhuge Liang, he was
treated as a successor and was even
entrusted with Zhuge Liang's strategy
books. After his mentor's death, he
vowed to fulfill Zhuge Liang's ambition,
and continued the attack against the
North.

028 Zhang Jiao  (Other)
    ?- 184
A former government official out of the
Ju Lu Territory. He spread his teachings
as the founder of the religious sect
known as the Way of Peace. He used the
turmoil of the land to gather the support
of the people. With these supporters, he
formed the group known as the Yellow
Turbans. Declaring himself the "General
of Heaven", he turned against the Han
Dynasty, leading the Yellow Turban
Rebellion.

029 Xu Huang  (Wei)
    ?- 227
A Wei officer. A servant of Yang Feng,
he joined Cao Cao after being persuaded
by Man Chong. He served as an
important part of the Wei forces. A wise
and valiant general, Cao Cao labeled him
"A match for Sun Tzu!" after his victory
over the army of Guan Yu at Fan Castle.
He was counted among the Five Generals
of Wei.

030 Zhang He  (Wei)
    ?- 231
Officer of Wei. Once under the command
of Yuan Shao, he was forced into a tight
corner due to false charges brought
against him by Guo Tu. He then went on
to serve Cao Cao and fought mainly
against the Shu forces, where his
abilities were acknowledged by Zhuge
Liang. At the Battle of Jie Ting, he
surrounded Ma Su and defeated him. He
was counted among the Five Generals of
Wei.

031 Zhen Ji  (Wei)
    ?- ?
A woman of peerless beauty. She was
married to Yuan Shao's second son, Yuan
Xi. However, when Cao Cao captured the
Ji Province, his son, Cao Pi, fell in love
with her at first and immediately
made her his wife.

032 Huang Gai  (Wu)
    ?- ?
An officer with Wu since the days of Sun
Jian. A master of the iron staff. At the
Battle of Chi Bi, together with Zhou Yu,
he hatched the "Last Resort" plan. After
being "attacked" by Zhou Yu, Huang Gai
surrendered to Cao Cao, where he then
set fire to the Wei fleet, leading to a
great victory for Wu.

033 Sun Ce  (Wu)
    175- 200
The oldest sun of Sun Jian. After his
father's death, Sun Ce went to serve
Yuan Shu. Later, borrowing 3000 troops
in exchange for the Imperial Seal, he
went on to raise his own army. In a short
while, he had already stabilized the land
of Jiang Dong, leading to his nickname of
the "Little King". Starting with his old
friend Zhou Yu, he went on to gather
many talented officers, thereby laying
the foundation for the Wu Kingdom.

034 Wei Yan  (Shu)
    ?- 234
A Shu officer. He served under Liu Biao
until his death, at which point he joined
Liu Bei. At that time, despite his
rebellious spirit, and the disapproval of
Zhuge Liang, Liu Bei took him in as one
of his own, eventually promoting him. He
later went on to continue the line of the
Five Tigers with his bravery and was a
major force in the Shu efforts to take
the North.

035 Pang Tong  (Shu)
    179- 213
An official under Liu Bei. A classmate of
Zhuge Liang, he was often compared to
the Sleeping Dragon as an accomplished
strategist. At the Battle of Chi Bi, he
helped carry out the "Linked Ship" plot,
ensuring victory for the Allied forces.
After joining Liu Bei, he suggested the
capture of the Shu lands and led the
campaign himself.

036 Meng Huo  (Other)
    ?- ?
The King of Nanman. He controlled the
land south of Shu, but led a rebellion
against them. He fought with Zhuge
Liang, who had come on a campaign, but
was no match for Zhuge's wit. He was
captured seven times, and Zhuge Liang
released him each time. This impressed
him so much that he agreed to serve
Zhuge Liang and the Shu Kingdom.

037 Zhu Rong  (Other)
    ?- ?
The wife of Meng Huo, King of Nanman.
She was a descendant of the legendary
God of Fire, Zhu Rong. Very strong and
skilled in the martial arts, he trademark
move was a deadly leaping slash attack.
Stepping in for her husband, she
managed to capture Zhang Yi and Ma
Zhong, but was caught herself by Wei
Yan and Ma Dai. A hostage exchange
ensued, with both parties returning
safely.

038 Da Qiao  (Wu)
    ?- ?
The daughter of Qiao Xuan. She later
married Sun Ce of the Wu Kingdom.
Together with her younger sister, Xiao
Qiao, they were known as two of the
world's great beauties and referred to as
the "Two Qiaos". It is said that their
beauty shone brighter than any moon or
star and put the most beautiful flower to
shame.

039 Xiao Qiao  (Wu)
    ?- ?
The daughter of Qiao Xuan. She later
married Zhou Yu of Wu. Together with
her older sister, Da Qiao, they were
referred to as the "Two Qiaos". Upon
hearing a rumor by Zhuge Liang that Cao
Cao was after the Qiao sisters, Zhou Yu
proposed war to sun Quan, effectively
drawing the Wu Kingdom into the Battle
of Chi Bi.

040 Cao Ren  (Wei)
    168- 223
A general of Wei. Cao Cao's younger
cousin. Cao Ren excelled in all martial
arts, including archery and
horsemanship. At the Battle of Chi Bi, he
acted as defender of Jing. Under Cao Pi,
he held the rank of Lord Grand Marshal.

041 Zhou Tai  (Wu)
    ?- 225
Officer of Wu. Zhou Tai joined Sun Ce
with his former comrade in piracy, Jiang
Qin. Despite a serious injury, he
succeeded in rescuing Sun Quan when
Xuan Cheng was attacked by bandits. At
the Battle of Yi Ling, he killed the
barbarian general, Sha Moke.

042 Yue Ying  (Shu)
    ?- ?
Wife of the great strategist Zhuge Liang.
Was said to have supported her husband
from the shadows with her knowledge of
astronomy, geography and military
strategy. She was apparently quite
unattractive, but Zhuge Liang pursued
her when he heard tales of her wisdom.

043 Ahui Nan  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Meng Huo. Leader of
the third cave. He came as
reinforcements for Meng Huo, but was
captured and then released. He once
again set out, but was ridiculed to the
sound of "Have you no shame?", causing
him to withdraw his army.

044 Yin Shang  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Head Treasurer of Tian Shui Jun. When
his friend Jiang Wei surrendered to Shu
Han durnig the first Northern Conquest,
Yi Shang walked out of his castle and
surrendered as well. He later became
Lord of the Capital.

045 Yu Jin  (Wei)
    ?- 221
A brave general who served Cao Cao
since he first raised his army. Cao Cao
was very impressed with his coolness.
He surrendered while defending Fan
Castle after being defeated by Guan Yu.
Sun Quan sent him back to Wei, but he
was disgraced and died of illness.

046 Yuan Shu  (Other)
    ?- 199
Governor of South Yang during the
Later Han period. Yuan Shao's
half-brother. Recieved Imperial Seal
from Sun Ce in exchange for troops.
With this, he declared himself Emperor.
However, his despotic rule was soon
destroyed.

047 Yuan Shang  (Other)
    ?- 207
Yuan Shao's third son. Due to his looks,
he was favored by Yuan Shao. After his
father's death, he fought with his eldest
brother, Yuan Tan, for the throne. Later,
he was defeated by Cao Cao and turned
to his older brother, Yuan Xi, governor
of the You Province.

048 Wang Ping  (Shu)
    ?- 248
A Shu officer. Formerly of Wei, in the
battle at Han Zhong, he opposed Xu
Huang and defected to Shu. He later
went on to serve in both the Northern
and Southern campaigns. At Jie Ting, he
served under Ma Su and fought well in a
losing effort.

049 Wang Fang  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo. After Dong
Zhuo's death, he struck a secret pact
with bandits who had advanced on Chang
An, opening the gate allowing them in.
Later, he went to fight Ma Chao, who had
rose against the bandits, but lost in a duel
with him.

050 Wang Lang  (Wei)
    ?- 228
A vassal of Wei, formerly of the Later
Han. He later served Cao Cao, and
pressed the Emperor to abdicate. At the
Battle of Wei Shui, he tried to debate
with Zhuge Liang, but was utterly
defeated and died in shame and
frustration.

051 Jia Kui  (Wei)
    ?- ?
A vassal of Wei. He admonished Cao
Zhang for quarreling with his brother
Cao Pi over succession to the throne. In
the battle against Wu, he joined Cao Xiu
as strategist and saw through Zhou
Fang's fake defection.

052 He Yi  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban rebel. After the Yellow
Turban Rebellion, he led a group of
surviving followers and captured Ru Nan.
After being caught by Xu Zhu, a member
of the volunteer army, he was executed
by Cao Cao.

053 Hua Xin  (Wu)
    157- 231
Former Prefect of Yu Zhang who
surrendered to Sun Ce, then later
served Cao Cao. Although said to have
been highly intelligent, Hua Xin was also a
cruel and devious individual who once
dragged the Han Empress by her hair,
and threatened the Han Emperor into
abdicating.

054 Jia Xu  (Wei)
    147- 223
A Wei vassal. He originally served under
Li Jue, but dissatisfied with the way he
was treated, he left for Zhang Xiu.
There, he was a brilliant tactician whose
strategies resulted in numerous victories
over Cao Cao. He later joined Cao Cao
along with his lord Zhang Xiu and
recieved a promotion.

055 Guo Jia  (Wei)
    170- 207
Vassal of Cao Cao, Guo Jia earns his
lord's trust through remarkable schemes
and judgement. During the conquest of He
Bei, he fell sick and died at the age of
38. After his loss at Chi Bi, Cao Cao
lamented: "If only I had Guo Jia".

056 Guo Si  (Other)
    ?- 198
An officer under Dong Zhuo. After Dong
Zhuo's death, he suddenly attacked
Chang An under the advice of Jia Xu.
Killing Wang Yun among others, he
seized control of the Imperial Court with
the help of Li Jue. He later became a
bandit, and was killed by his servant Wu
Xi.

057 Yue Jin  (Wei)
    ?- 218
A general under Cao Cao. He showed
tremendous skill during his many battles
and was revered as one of Wei's Five
Generals, who included the likes of
Zhang Liao, Yu Jin, Xu Huang and Zhang
He.

058 Guo Tu  (Other)
    ?- 205
Tactician of Yuan Shao. At the Battle of
Guan Du, when Wu Chao was suddenly
attacked, Guo Tu's suggestion to attack
Cao Cao's base camp led to defeat. After
Yuan Shao's death, he became advisor to
Yuan Tan.

059 Xiahou Wei  (Wei)
    ?- ?
General of Wei. Second son of Xiahou
Yuan. On Sima Yi's recommendation,
Xiahou Wei took the lead in the war
against Shu Han with his eldest brother
Xiahou Ba, where they fought Zhuge
Liang. He later joined in the war to stop
Gongsun Yuan.

060 Xiahou En  (Wei)
    ?- 208
Cao Cao's close associate, he held two of
Cao Cao's valued swords, the "Luminous
Sword" and the "Sword of Trust". He
was killed on the slopes of Chang Ban by
Zhao Yun, who made off with the "Sword
of Trust".

061 Xiahou Shang  (Wei)
    ?- 225
A Wei officer and nephew of Xiahou Dun.
He was taken prisoner at the Battle of
Mt. Ding Jun, but was returned home
after being traded for Chen Shi. He later
attacked Wu while serving Cao Zhen, but
was defeated before Lu Xun.

062 Xiahou Ba  (Wei)
    ?- 262
Served as officer for both Wei and Shu
Han. Xiahou Yuan's eldest son. When Cao
Shuang was assassinated by Sima Yi,
Xiahou Ba sensed danger and escaped to
Shu Han. His younger sister married
Zhang Fei, and their daughter became a
consort to Liu Chan.

063 Xiahou Mao  (Wei)
    ?- ?
General of Wei. Xiahou Mao was the son
of Xiahou Yuan and was adopted by
Xiahou Dun (in the official histories he
was Dun's true son). He met the advance
of Shu Han forces, but was no match for
his opponents. He fled to Hu and never
returned.

064 He Jin  (Other)
    ?- 189
His sister became Empress, allowing him
to promote himself to Commander
General. He schemed to sweep away
with the Ten Eunuchs, but was
assassinated by them before he got a
chance.

065 Hua Xiong  (Other)
    ?- 191
A general under Dong Zhuo. He served
as the vanguard for Dong Zhuo's army.
He defeated Sun Jian at the Fan Shui
Gate, fighting like a true general until he
was killed by Guan Yu. Historically, he
was killed by the hands of Sun Jian.

066 Guan Hai  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban officer. After the
Yellow Turban Rebellion, he led several
tens of thousands of surviving followers
and attacked Bei Hai. He fought Liu Bei,
who arrived with reinforcements, and
fought in a duel with Guan Yu. He
displayed the strength of 10 men, but
was still killed in battle.

067 Guan Xing  (Shu)
    ?- 234
A Shu general and Guan Yu's second son.
When Liu Bei raised his army against Wu,
he participated, getting vengeance for
his father. He made a pact of
brotherhood with Zhang Fei's son,
Zhang Bao, and the two of them proved
to be a formidable force during the
battles in the North.

068 Guan Suo  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu officer and Guan Yu's third son.
After the fall of the Jing Province, he
suffered major wounds and fled to Bao
Jia Zhuang to recover. During the
Southern Campaign, he returned to Shu
and spearheaded the attack, managing to
capture Meng Huo in the process.

069 Han Dang  (Wu)
    ?- ?
A Wu officer and veteran general who
served three generations of the Sun
family. He participated in numerous
battles, including the Battle of Chi Bi, the
campaign against Guan Yu, and the Battle
of Yi Ling, serving as an important piece
of the Wu navy. At Chi Bi, he rescued
Huang Gai, who had fallen overboard
after being hit by an arrow.

070 Guan Ping  (Shu)
    ?- 219
An officer under Liu Bei. The second
son of Guan Ding, he became Guan Yu's
adopted son after he took an interest in
him. After Liu Bei entered Shu, he and
his father protected Jing Province.
Captured by Wu at Mai Castle, he
suffered the same fate as Guan Yu.

071 Han Meng  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Yuan Shao. At the
Battle of Guan Du, he sent supplies, but
they were attacked and burnt by Xu
Huang. Upon returning to his camp, he
was demoted by the enraged Yuan Shao.

072 Jian Yong  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A vassal of Shu. Same home village as Liu
Bei. He was with Liu Bei from the
beginning and served as an envoy and
strategist. He was given a high rank
after the entry into Shu and had an
open-minded character.

073 Yan Liang  (Other)
    ?- 200
A brave warrior under Yuan Shao. He
spearheaded the attack at the Battle of
Bai Mai, defeating both Song Xian and
Wei Xu. He also forced the brave Xu
Huang to retreat, but shortly after, he
was killed in one blow by Guan Yu, who
was serving under Cao Cao at the time.

074 Niu Jin  (Wei)
    ?- ?
An officer under Cao Ren. Niu Jin was
stationed in Nan Jun to defend against
Zhou Yu and the Wu Army. In one battle,
Niu Jin defied Cao Ren's orders and
struck out of the castle, whereupon he
was immediately surrounded by the Wu
Army. He was later rescued by Cao Ren,
but Wei would lose the battle. Nan Jun
was eventually taken by Zhao Yun.

075 Niou Fu  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo and also his
son-in-law. After Dong Zhuo's
assassination, he headed to Chang An for
revenge. However, seeing that he was
unable to match Lu Bu, he gave up and
escaped, only to be killed by one of his
associates.

076 Yan Yan  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu officer. He served under Liu
Zhang during the protection of the Ba
Territory. He fought with Zhang Fei,
and was captured, but impressed by his
response, decided to serve him. Later,
he fought alongside Huang Zhong in the
assault on Han Zhong.

077 Yan Zheng  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban rebel and general under
Zhang Bao. Following the Yellow Turban
Rebellion, he and Zhu Jun, among others,
were attacked by Liu Bei and the
Imperial Army, and were forced to fight
from the castle in Yang Cheng
prefecture. Seeing that the fall of the
castle is inevitable, he killed Zhang Bao
and surrendered.

078 Gao Gan  (Other)
    ?- 206
Nephew of Yuan Shao. Lieutenant
Governor of Bing. Gao Gan led an army
to save Yuan Shao after his loss at Guan
Du. He later raised an army against Cao
Cao at Hu Guan. He put up a good fight
against Cao Cao's renowned generals Li
Dian and Yue Jin, but was defeated.

079 Gao Shun  (Other)
    ?- 198
An officer under Lu Bu. A brave general
who fought for Lu Bu and was known as
the general who could break any enemy
camp. After the defeat of Lu Bu, he was
brought before Cao Cao, but he gave no
excuses and died honorably.

080 Gao Xiang  (Shu)
    ?- ?
Lower general of Shu. Participated in a
number of Zhuge Liang's northern
campaigns. He used the Wood Ox to
move supplies from Jian Ge to Mt. Zhi.
Later, following Zhuge Liang's plan, he
allows the Wood Ox to be stolen by Wei.

081 Gao Sheng  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban rebel and general under
Zhang Bao. He fought in the Battle of Qu
Yang. Liu Bei, who was serving as the
vanguard for the Imperial Army, sent out
Zhang Fei, who quickly defeated Gao
Sheng.

082 Gongsun Zan  (Other)
    ?- 199
He served as the governor of Bei Ping
for the Later Han. He studied together
with Liu Bei under Lu Zhi. He led an elite
army made up of troops from Bai Ma,
earning him the nickname the "General
of Bai Mai". He displayed his skills in the
Yellow Turban campaign, but was later
defeated by Yuan Shao.

083 Gao Ding  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Shu vassal. Together with Yong Kai, he
participated in the revolt against Shu,
but surrendered to Zhuge Liang. Thanks
to his efforts, including victories over
Yong Kai and Zhu Bao, he was rewarded
with control of the Yi Province.

084 Huangfu Song  (Other)
    ?- 195
A servant of the Later Han. During the
Yellow Turban Rebellion, he defeated
Zhang Bao and Zhang Liang with fire
attacks, and took Zhang Jiao's head from
his grave, raising it from the remains.
For a while, he led a secluded life, but
after Dong Zhuo's death, he returned to
the Imperial Court.

085 Gao Lan  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Yuan Shao. At the
Battle of Guan Du, he fought with the
mighty Xu Zhu of Cao Cao's army. He
later went to serve Cao Cao with his
companion, Zhang He. He attacked Liu
Bei at Ru Nan, killing Liu Pi.

086 Gu Li  (Wu)
    ?- ?
Sun Quan's second in command during
the battle of He Fei. He helped Sun Quan
escape Zhang Liao's furious assault by
advising him to jump over a river on his
steed. He was later commended by Sun
Quan for his efforts.

087 Hu Zhi  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Officer of Wei and Warlord of Dong
Guan. When Wu's Zhou Fang defected, on
orders from General Mai Kui, he and Man
Chong headed to the Eastern Gate to
reinforce Cao Xiu.

088 Hu Zhen  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo. He fought
against Yuan Shao and the anti-Dong
army at Fan Shui Gate. Serving as a vice
general under Hua Xiong, he took 5000
troops into battle, but was defeated by
Sun Jian's servant Cheng Pu.

089 Wu Tugu  (Other)
    ?- ?
The King of Wu Ge. An extremely large
man with skin like scales. His elite troops
were impervious to both sword and
arrow alike, making it very difficult for
the Shu forces, but he was caught and
killed in Zhuge Liang's trap.

090 Hu Ban  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Assistant Lieutenant Governor under
Wang Zhi. When Hu Ban was ordered to
kill Guan Yu with a fire attack when he
was going to meet Liu Bei, Hu Ban
instead let him go. He later went to Jing
with Guan Yu's help, and became a vassal
of Liu Bei.

091 Wu Lan  (Shu)
    ?- 218
A Shu officer. He was a servant under
Liu Zhang, but switched loyalties to Liu
Bei after he invaded Shu. He served in
the campaign against Wei at Han Zhong
under Ma Chao. At the Battle of Xia Yu,
he fought with Cao Cao's son, Cao Zhang,
and was killed.

092 Sha Moke  (Shu)
    ?- ?
The King of Wu Xi Man. Helping Liu Bei in
his campaign against Wu, he killed Gan
Ning with an arrow. After being attacked
with fire, he fled, but was followed by
Wu's Zhou Tai, who hunted him down and
killed him.

093 Zhou Cang  (Shu)
    ?- 219
A former Yellow Turban general. As a
bandit on Mt. Wo Niu, he met with Guan
Yu and became his trusted companion. A
hero well trained in the water. However,
he does not actually appear in real
history.

094 Zhou Fang  (Wu)
    ?- ?
A vassal of Wu and governor of Ba Yang.
He pretended to defect to Cao Xiu, and
even cut his beloved hair to earn his
trust. He guided Cao Xiu's army to You
Ting, where the Wu army was lying in
wait. There, Wu gained a great victory.

095 Zhu Huan  (Wu)
    177- 238
A Wu officer. He served in the defense
of the Wu outpost in the campaign
against Wei. At You Ting, he enjoyed
tremendous success on the battlefield,
including the defeat of Cao Xiu's troops,
who had been deceived by Zhou Fang's
defection, and the defeat of the Wei
general Zhang Pu.

096 Zhu Jun  (Other)
    ?- 195
An officer of the Later Han. He fought
against the Yellow Turbans along with Liu
Bei and Sun Jian. As a reward for his
efforts, he was presented with a
promotion. After the defeat of Dong
Zhuo, he, Li Jue and Guo Si served in the
Imperial government.

097 Zhu Ran  (Wu)
    182- 249
A Wu officer. He controlled the naval
forces at the Battle of Yi Ling. He gave
chase after Liu Bei, who fled from Lu
Xun's fire attack. However, he was
stopped by Zhao Yun, who came to Liu
Bei's aid, allowing him to escape.

098 Zhu Zhi  (Wu)
A Wu officer. He served three
generations of the Sun family. He was
the one who suggested to Sun Ce to
borrow troops from Yuan Shu in order
to gain their independence. He was
made warlord of the Wu Territory and
served at the Battle of Chi Bi.

099 Zhu Ling  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Officer of Wei. Assigned as an observer
during the campaign against Yuan Shu,
he was unable to fulfill his assignment. He
was said to have been disliked by Cao
Cao.

100 Xun Yu  (Wei)
    163- 212
A vassal of Wei. It is said he was
extremely clever. He served under Cao
Cao as an advisor. He disagreed with Cao
Cao's accession to the Wei throne and
filled with anguish, died of illness. It has
also been said that he committed suicide.

101 Chunyu Qiong  (Other)
    ?- 200
An officer under Yuan Shao. Formerly
one of the eight officials of Xi Yuan along
with Yuan Shao and Cao Cao. At the
Battle of Guan Du, he guarded the
provisions depot, but after drinking too
much wine, was too drunk to defend it
when attacked by Cao Cao. Furious, Yuan
Shao had him killed.

102 Xun You  (Wei)
    157- 214
A servant of Cao Cao and nephew of Xun
Yu. Raised on the battlefield, he was able
to give many points of advice. At the
Battle of Chi Bi, he served along with
Cheng Yu.

103 Zhong Hui  (Wei)
    225- 264
Displaying enormous talent from an early
age, Zhong Hui gained the confidence of
Sima Zhao. He and Deng Ai were placed
in command of the Campaign against Shu,
but Deng Ai would reach and conquer
Cheng Du first. Later, after conspiring
with Jiang Wei to remove Deng Ai from
favor, he declared independence in Shu,
but was killed by a subordinate.

104 Jiang Qin  (Wu)
A Wu officer. He recieved high praise
together with Zhou Tai while under Sun
Ce. During the Southern campaign, he
led the invasion, but suffered a great
defeat, which almost led to his
execution. In the campaign against Guan
Yu, he controlled the naval forces and
surrounded him.

105 Xu Rong  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo. After Cao
Cao was ambushed by Lu Bu on his way
to Chang An, Xu Rong pursued Cao Cao
and hit him with an arrow in the
shoulder. However, Xu was stopped by
Xiahou Dun, who came to Cao Cao's aid.

106 Zhuge Jin  (Wu)
    174- 241
A vassal of Wu and Zhuge Liang's older
brother. He served at the
recommendation of Lu Su. Extremely
generous, he was deeply trusted by Sun
Quan. He helped smooth relations
between Shu and Wu.
107 Xu Shu  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A disciple of Sima Hui. An expert
swordsman. He first served as strategist
for Liu Bei, but when his mother was
kidnapped by Cao Cao, he was forced to
leave Liu Bei's side. He recommended
Zhuge Liang as his successor and
departed for Wei, where his devotion to
Liu Bei prevented him from ever being a
useful officer under Cao Cao.

108 Xu Sheng  (Wu)
    ?- ?
A Wu officer. He served in the Battle of
Chi Bi, and in the attacks on He Fei and
the Jing Province. When Cao Pi
attacked Wu, he took a group of troops
and by building a phony castle, was able
to deceive and evade the Wei forces.

109 Qin Qi  (Wei)
    ?- 200
Xiahou Dun's officer. Protected the fifth
gate that led to the Yellow River from
Cao Cao's palace. He was the last officer
that attempted to stop Guan Yu from
escaping, but was obviously no match for
the great general.

110 Shen Pei  (Other)
    ?- 204
Vassal of Yuan Shao. Xun Yu called Shen
Pei "Headstrong, Weak Strategist". After
the death of Yuan Shao, Shen Pei helped
Yuan Shang to become heir leader. He
was captured by Cao Cao's forces, but
was unrepentant. He was executed
facing north, the direction of his lord.

111 Xin Pi  (Wei)
    ?- ?
A vassal of Wei and brother of Xin Ping.
He served the Yuan family until its
demise. He later joined Cao Cao. At Wu
Zhang Plains, he delivered an Imperial
decree to the Wei forces that were lined
up against Zhuge Liang, stopping the
army from attacking prematurely.

112 Xin Ping  (Other)
    ?- 205
Vassal of Han Fu. After Han Fu fled, Xin
Ping served the Yuan family, and was
active as Yuan Tan's tactician. When he
met Cao Cao as an envoy, he was invited
to become Cao Cao's vassal, but firmly
refused.

113 Quan Zong  (Wu)
    ?- 249
An officer of Wu, he was successful in a
campaign against bandits. Later, he and
Lu Xun attacked the Wei troops who
were deceived by Zhou Fang's fake
defection. He defeated Wei's Bi Qiao.

114 Cao Xiu  (Wei)
    ?- 228
A Wei officer and nephew of Cao Cao. A
brilliant archer, he served Cao Pi and
Cao Rui following the death of Cao Cao.
He was fooled by Zhou Fang's false
defection and lost many troops. He
eventually died of shame.

115 Cao Hong  (Wei)
    ?- 232
A Wei officer. One of Cao Cao's
brothers. Together with Cao Ren, he
participated in the raising of Cao Cao's
army. As a core member of the Wei
forces, he fought across the land for his
brother. After Cao Pi ascended the
throne, he worked his way up to Chief
General of the Guard and Cavalry.

116 Cao Ang  (Wei)
    ?- 197
Older son of Cao Cao. When Wan Castle
was attacked by Zhang Xiu, this dutiful
son gave Cao Cao his horse to escape.
Because of this, he was unable to escape
himself and died in battle.

117 Cao Pi  (Wei)
    187- 226
The first Emperor of Wei and Cao Cao's
second son. After assuming control of
the Wei throne, he forced the Emperor
to step-down, effectively stealing the
crown. He attacked both Shu and Wu
with little results, and decided to focus
on internal politics.

118 Ju Shou  (Other)
    ?- ?
A vassal of Yuan Shao. He often advised
to strike Cao Cao, but Yuan didn't listen,
instead throwing him in jail. After Yuan
Shao's defeat, he was advised to
surrender to Cao Cao, but he refused
and was killed during his attempt to
escape.

119 Sun Shao  (Wu)
    ?- ?
He was taken from the Yu family by Sun
Jian, who adopted him, making him
brothers with Sun Huan. During the
attack against Wei, he opposed Xu
Sheng. Taking control of his troops, he
created confusion amongst the Wei
troops. With the help of Ding Feng and
other, he achieved a great victory.

120 Dailai Dongzhu  (Other)
    ?- ?
The younger brother of Meng Huo's
wife, Zhu Rong. He introduced King
Duosi and Wu Tugu to Meng Huo, who
kept losing his battles with Shu. He
advised on the need for reinforcements.

121 King Duosi  (Other)
    ?- ?
Former leader of a Nanman tribe.
Friends with Meng Huo's younger
brother, Meng You, he was labeled as the
wisest man in all of Nanman. He went to
help the outnumbered Meng Huo, using
the four poison marshes of the Tu Mang
Caves against Zhuge Liang.

122 Zhang Ji  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo and uncle to
Zhang Xiu. He was married to the
beautiful Zou Ji. Due to a lack of supplies,
he attacked Liu Biao, but he was struck
by a stray arrow and killed.

123 Zhang Xiu  (Wei)
    ?- 207
Nephew of Zhang Ji. Following his
uncle's death, he led his army to aid
Liu Biao. At one point, he joined Cao Cao,
but revolted when his uncle's wife was
taken. Later, following the advice of Jia
Xu, he returned to Cao Cao.

124 Zhang Cheng  (Wu)
    ?- ?
Officer of Wu. On Zhuge Liang's 5th
northern campaign, he and Sun Shao
were ordered by Sun Quan to lead an
advance from Gong Ling towards Huai
Yin.

125 Zhang Bao  (Shu)
    ?- 229
A Shu general and Zhang Fei's eldest
son. When Zhang Fei died, he took the
Cobra Pike as a memento and fought in
his first battle at Yi Ling. Together with
his sworn brother, Guan Xing, he
continued the legend of Shu after the
death of their fathers.

126 Zhang Bao  (Other)
    ?- 184
Zhang Jiao's younger brother. Together
with Zhang Jiao, he raised troops
against the Han Dynasty and started the
Yellow Turban Rebellion. Calling himself
the "General of the Land", his sorcery on
the battlefield held the Allied forces at
bay until he was killed by one of his own
men.

127 Zhang Yi  (Shu)
    ?- 264
A Shu officer. Originally under Liu
Zhang, he surrendered to Liu Bei. His
unit was successful in the Northern and
Southern campaigns. After the death of
Xiahou Ba, the position was split up and
he received a promotion.

128 Zhang Liang  (Other)
    ?- 184
Zhang Jiao and Zhang Bao's younger
brother. Along with his older brothers,
he rose up against the Han Dynasty in
the Yellow Turban Rebellion. Calling
himself the "General of the People", he
continued the rebellion after Zhang
Jiao's death, but was eventually killed
himself by the Imperial Army at Qu Yang.

129 Chen Shi  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu officer. He was taken prisoner at
Mt. Ding Jun, but was traded for Xiahou
Shang. On the third northern campaign,
he failed in his pursuit of the Wei army
and was executed. It is said that he was
the father of the author of "Romance of
the Three Kingdoms".

130 Cheng Yu  (Wei)
    141- 220
A servant of Cao Cao, his former name
was Li. He changed his name after
having a dream where he was holding up
the sun. A large man with a strong
constitution, he served Cao Cao at the
recommendation of Xun Yu, contributing
as strategist.

131 Cheng Yuanzhi  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban officer. Controlling an
army of rebels, he attacked the You
Province. He met Liu Bei's volunteer unit
at Da Xing Shan Lu. There he duelled
with Guan Yu, who in his first battle,
killed him in one blow.

132 Cheng Pu  (Wu)
    ?- ?
An officer of Wu. A master with his
Serpent Spear, he was a battle-hardened
veteran who served three generations
of the Sun family. He was often referred
to as "Master Cheng" by the other
generals. He served as Lt. Commander at
the Battle of Chi Bi, teaming with
Commander Zhou Yu to defeat Cao Cao
at Jiang Chang.

133 Ding Feng  (Wu)
    ?- 271
A Wu officer who served from the time
of Sun Jian. In his first battle, he
showed excellent skill, including the
defeat of Zhang Liao. Serving Wu for
more than 70 years, he was promoted as
high as Commander General.

134 Tian Feng  (Other)
    ?- 200
Strategist for Yuan Shao. Xun Yu said
about Tian Feng: "He defies his lord with
integrity". He was imprisoned for
opposing the war against Cao Cao
suggesting a war of attrition. He was
slandered by Feng Ji and committed
suicide.

135 Deng Ai  (Wei)
    197- 264
A Wei officer. A talented officer
discovered by Sima Yi, he was active in
the Shu Campaign. He teamed up with
Zhong Hui to destroy Shu, but later
fought with him. Thanks to Zhong Hui's
accusations, he was captured and while
being escorted away, was assassinated.

136 Dong Xi  (Wu)
    ?- ?
A Wu officer. He was responsible for
introducing the famous doctor Hua Tuo
to Sun Ce. He fought well in the defense
of Ruan Xu but due to strong winds, his
boat capsized and drowned. His
corpse was later buried by Sun Quan.

137 Dong Tu Ne  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Meng Huo. The leader
of the second cave. Together with Ahui
Nan, he went to back up Meng Huo, but
was captured and then released by
Zhuge Liang. Later, he went up against
Meng Huo, but was killed.

138 Dong Min  (Other)
    ?- 192
Younger brother of Dong Zhuo. Dong
Min obtained the post of the General
of the Left when Dong Zhuo manipulated
the Emperor Xian and seized power.
When his brother was betrayed and
killed by Lu Bu, Dong Min was blamed
equally and executed, his head was
exposed for public inspection.

139 Deng Mao  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban officer. He attacked the
You Province together with Cheng
Yuanzhi, but was killed in one blow by
Zhang Fei of the volunteer army,
becoming the first victim of Zhang Fei's
Cobra Blade.

140 Pei Yuan Shao  (Other)
    ?- ?
A Yellow Turban officer. After the
Yellow Turban Rebellion, he became the
leader of a group of bandits. He tried to
steal Red Hare, but after finding that it
belonged to Guan Yu, he gave up trying.
He introduced his friend Zhou Cang to
Guan Yu.

141 Ma Zun  (Wei)
    ?- ?
General of Wei. Governor of Tian Shu.
Ma Zun defeated the Shu Han army,
following a strategy of Jiang Wei. But
when Jiang Wei fell victim to a scheme
by Zhuge Liang, which made him betray
his master. His vassal Yi Shang joined
him on his escape to Hu.

142 Ma Su  (Shu)
    190- 228
A Shu officer and younger brother of Ma
Liang. Zhuge Liang believed in his talent,
but Liu Bei said "He can't be trusted with
important matters". He served well as
the advisor during the Southern
campaign, but he confused orders during
the Northern campaign, resulting in a
humiliating defeat. Reluctantly, Zhuge
Liang was forced to execute him.

143 Ma Dai  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu officer. Together with his brother
Ma Chao, he went to serve Liu Bei. He
was put in charge of forces in the North
and Southern campaigns and did well.
After Zhuge Liang's death, he put down
Wei Yan, who had revolted. He was later
promoted.

144 Ma Zhong  (Shu)
    ?- 249
Fought under Zhuge Liang during Shu's
Southern Campaign. He was captured by
Zhu Rong, but when Zhu Rong herself
was captured by Zhao Yun, he was freed
in a prisoner exchange. He later
contributed greatly to Shu's Northern
campaigns, and during the fourth such
campaign, he lured Zhang He into a trap
at Mu Men Pass.

145 Ma Liang  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu vassal. A talented young man, he
was given the nickname "White
Eyebrows". Together with his brother
Ma Su, he served Liu Bei. He helped Guan
Yu with the domestic affairs in the Jing
Province. At the Battle of Yi Ling, he
delivered encampment plans to Zhuge
Liang.

146 Pan Zhang  (Wu)
    ?- ?
A Wu officer. Together with Zhu Ran he
captured the great Guan Yu, recieving
the Blue Dragon as reward. Later, he
was pursued by Guan Yu's son, Guan Xing,
and when caught by surprise from
seeing Guan Yu's ghost, is hunted down
and killed.

147 Fan Chou  (Other)
    ?- ?
An officer under Dong Zhuo. After Dong
Zhuo's death, he defeated Ma Teng and
Han Sui's armies, who came to attack.
Since they were friends from the same
home province, he allowed Han Sui to
escape, causing Li Jue to kill him for
treason.

148 Mi Zhu  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A vassal under Liu Bei and wealthy
merchant from Xu. Following the death
of his master, Yan Qian, he went to
serve Liu Bei as an adviser, where he
experiences numerous ups and downs.
After Liu Bei's capture of Shu, he was
promoted to a position higher than even
Zhuge Liang.

149 Mi Fang  (Shu)
    ?- ?
An officer under Liu Bei and Mi Zhu's
little brother. He protected Southern
Jing under Guan Yu. However, he was
persuaded by his friend Fu Tu Ren to
betray Guan Yu and join Wu. He later
returned to Shu, but was executed for
his betrayal.

150 Fu Shi Ren  (Shu)
    ?- 222
Vassal of Guan Yu. Fu Shi Ren defended
Guan Yu's back from his station in Gong
An, but surrendered when invaded by
the Wu army. He attempted to surrender
back to Shu Han at Yi Ling, but was
denied and executed.

151 Wen Chou  (Other)
    ?- 200
An officer under Yuan Shao. In order to
avenge his companion Yan Liang, he set
out for Yan Jin, where he met Cao Cao
and fought bravely in battle. He managed
to defeat both Zhang Liao and Xu Huang,
but was eventually defeated by Guan Yu.

152 Bian Xi  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Member of the Yellow Turbans. Master
with his Shooting Star. Bian Xi later
served Cao Cao and defended Yi Shu
Han. He laid an ambush at Zhen Guo
Temple to kill Guan Yu on his Solitary
Journey. However, when Pu Jing, the
priest of the temple, reported it to
Guan Yu, Bian Xi was killed.

153 Feng Ji  (Other)
    ?- 202
Vassal of Yuan Shao. Xun Yu said of Feng
Ji: "She has courage but does not listen
to others". He had a strong sense of
rivalry, and slandered Tian Feng, causing
him to commit suicide. He supported
Yuan Shang as the heir to Yuan Shao.

154 Fa Zheng  (Shu)
    176- 220
A vassal of Shu and former servant of Liu
Zhang. Together with Zhang Song, he
planned Liu Bei's Shu campaign. Excelling
in strategy, he served as an advisor in
the attack on Han Zhong. It is said that if
Fa Zheng had been alive, Yi Ling never
would have fallen.

155 Pang De  (Wei)
    ?- 219
A Wei officer. He served Ma Chao, but
was captured during Cao Cao's attack on
Han Zhong and joined Wei. At Fan Castle,
he fought to a match with Guan Yu and
showed his resolve, even going as far to
prepare his own coffin when going to
battle.

156 King Mulu  (Other)
    ?- ?
The leader of a Nanman tribe. With both
his magic, calling on the wind and rain,
and his giant elephants, he frightened
the Shu troops. However, his magic was
defeated by Zhuge Liang and he was
killed in battle.

157 Man Chong  (Wei)
    ?- 242
A vassal of Wei. He convinced Yang
Feng's officer, Xu Huang, to join Cao
Cao. He Advised Cao Ren to defend Fan
Castle when attacked by Guan Yu and
succeeded in repelling Guan Yu.

158 Meng Da  (Shu)
    ?- 228
An officer who had served under Liu
Zhang, Liu Bei and Cao Pi. He
contributed to Liu Bei's Shu campaign,
but he deserted Guan Yu and joined Wei.
After the death of Cao Pi, he attempted
to return to Shu, but was defeated by
Sima Yi.

159 Meng You  (Other)
    ?- ?
Meng Huo's younger brother. When his
brother was losing to Zhuge Liang's
Southern campaign, he introduced him
to King Duosi, encouraging him to resist
the Shu troops. However, he was
captured along with his brother by
Zhuge Liang and surrendered to Shu.

160 Yang Feng  (Other)
    ?- ?
Chief of Nanman Yin Ye Cavern. Yang
Feng contributed fifty thousand men
as reinforcements to Meng Huo's war with
Shu. During a banquet to welcome the
reinforcements, however, he took Meng
Huo prisoner and delivered him to Zhuge
Liang.

161 Lei Tong  (Shu)
    ?- ?
A Shu officer. He helped in the defense
against Shu, but was surrounded and
thereby surrendered. During the
defense of He Xi, he fought well against
Wei's Zhang He, but his route of escape
was cut off by Wei support troops and he
was killed in battle.

162 Li Jue  (Other)
    ?- 198
An officer under Dong Zhuo. After Dong
Zhuo's assassination, he and his peers
killed Wang Yun. Taking Emperor Xiao,
he assumed control of the government.
Due to a plot by Yang Biao, he ended up
fighting his ally Guo Si, which led to his
own demise.

163 Li Yan  (Shu)
    ?- 234
Officer of Shu. Formerly an officer of
Liu Zhang, he joined Liu Bei upon the
latter's entry into Shu. Zhuge Liang
claimed this officer to be on par with
Lu Xun. However, he failed to deliver
supplied during the Northern campaign
and flees.

164 Li Ru  (Other)
    ?- ?
A servant of Dong Zhuo and also his
son-in-law. He provided various
strategies and plots, leading the corrupt
government. Unable to see through Diao
Chan's plot, he was executed as an
accomplice after Dong Zhuo's death.

165 Li Dian  (Wei)
    174- 209
A veteran general who had been with
Cao Cao since the beginning. A lover of
learning, he had a very cool and careful
personality. He had stopped the violence
of his peers on numerous occasions.
Together with Zhang Liao and Yue Jin,
he served in the defense of He Fei.

166 Liu Chan  (Shu)
    207- 271
Liu Bei's son and Second Emperor of
Shu. As an infant, he was left behind at
Chang Ban, but was rescued by Zhao
Yun. On his deathbed, Liu Bei instructed
Zhuge Liang to seize power if his son
proved to be an ineffective leader, but
Zhuge Liang served faithfully under Liu
Chan until the very end. When Wei
eventually threatened Shu's borders, Liu
Chan immediately surrendered, and
brought about the end of the Shu Han
Dynasty.

167 Liu Pi  (Other)
    ?- 201
General of the Yellow Turbans. Liu Pi led
a band of brigands in Ru Nan with Gong
Du after the Yellow Turban Rebellion. He
joined Liu Bei and delivered Ru Nan to
him. He died in battle, trying to defend
Liu Bei from the Wei general, Gao Lan.

168 Liu Feng  (Shu)
    ?- 220
Liu Bei's adopted son. He served in the
defense of Chang Yang, but refused Guan
Yu's request for reinforcements. As a
result, Guan Yu and his son were killed.
Enraged, Liu Bei had him executed at
Cheng Du.

169 Liu Ye  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Subject of Wei. Liu Ye joined Wei by Guo
Jia's recommendation. He designed the
catapults used in the war against Yuan
Shao, by which they succeeded in
driving back the enemy's assaults. He
served three Cao rules, and made many
proposals as the Middle counselor of Wei.

170 Liao Hua  (Shu)
    ?- 264
A Shu officer and former Yellow Turban
rebel. During Guan Yu's flight from Wei,
he asked to be Guan Yu's servant, but
was refused. He later went on to serve
and fight for Liu Bei. He lived to see Shu
from its birth to its demise.

171 Liang Xu  (Wei)
    ?- ?
Officer under Tian Shui Prefect Ma Zun.
When Zhuge Liang invaded Tian Shui,
suspicion is cast on him after his friend
Jiang Wei defected to Shu. Fearing
reprisal, he opened Tian Shui's gates and
welcomed in the Shu Army. He was later
assigned again the post of Tian Shui
Prefect.

172 Ling Cao  (Wu)
    ?- 203
Vassal of Sun Ce. Father of Ling Tong.
After defeating Yan Baihu of Wu Jun,
Ling Cao joined Sun Ce and was
appointed Commander of Conquest. In a
battle with Huang Zu, he was shot by Gan
Ning and died.

173 Ling Tong  (Wu)
    189- 237
A Wu general and the son of Ling Cao.
Upon joining Wu, he tried to seek
vengeance for his father on Gan Ning
and was reproached by Lu Meng and Sun
Quan. Later, when fighting with Yue Jin
of Wei, his life was saved by Gan Ning,
upon which he made peace and swore an
oath of friendship.

174 Lu Kai  (Shu)
    ?- 226
Officer of Shu Han. Chief Archivist of
Yong Chang Jun. Lu Kai valiantly
defended Yong Chang Jun against the
attack by Yong Kai. He gave a Map of the
Southern Regions to Zhuge Liang, and
was promoted to Military Instructor.

175 Lu Kuang  (Other)
    ?- 207
Vassal of Yuan Shang. Elder brother of
Lu Xiang. Lu Kuang surrendered and
joined Yuan Tan and received the
General's official seal. However, he
changed alliances and delivered it to Cao
Cao. He attacked Xin Ye with Lu Xiang,
but was killed by the famous general
Zhao Yun.

176 Lu Xiang  (Other)
    ?- 207
Vassal of Yuan Shang. Younger brother
of Lu Kuang. Lu Xiang never acted
without his brother. After joining to Cao
Cao's army, he fought under Cao Ren and
attacked Liu Bei in Xin Ye with his
brother, but was killed in one swipe by
Zhang Fei.

177 Lu Su  (Wu)
    172- 217
A vassal of Wu. On Zhou Yu's
recommendation, he went to serve Sun
Quan. He advised joining with Liu Bei at
Chi Bi. He became Commander upon the
death of Zhou Yu, and served Wu against
Wei and Shu.

178 Qiong Ying  (Other)
    ?- ?
A figure from the "Water Margin"
(Suikoden). Separated from her parents
at birth, she served General Tian Hu.
When fighting the rebels from Liang
Shan Po, she learned that Tian Hu killed
her parents. She defected to the rebels
and married Zhang Qing, who later
executed Tian Hu. She achieved many
victories against the corrupt
government.

179 Li Shi Shi  (Other)
    ?- ?
A figure from the "Water Margin"
(Suikoden). She was favored by the
Tsung emperor, who built a secret tunnel
from the palace to her house. Li Shi Shi
loved Yan Qing, a member of the Liang
Shan Po and mediated between the
court and the rebels. She and Yan Qing
never became a couple but swore an
oath of brotherhood.

180 Hu San Niang  (Other)
    ?- ?
A figure from the "Water Margin"
(Suikoden). She was extremely skilled
with her twin swords "Sun and Moon
Blades" and defeated one hero of the
Liang Shan Po after another. She was
finally caught by Lin Cun and married
Wang Ying. Hu San Niang won many
battles and her joyful nature boosted the
morale of the rebels from Liang Shan Po.

181 Cai Wen Ji  (Other)
    ?- ?
The daughter of Cai Yong, Cai Wen Ji
was a famous author and scholar of her
time. Captured in battle, she was given
as concubine to prince Zuo Xian and had
two children. Cao Cao regretted such a
waste of talent and brought her back to
the Han court, where she wrote the
"Poems of Sorrow and Resentment" and
"Eighteen Laments Sung To A Hujia".

182 Yukimura Sanada  (Other)
    1567- 1615
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". He
fought for the Toyotomi at Sekigahara
but was captured by the rival Tokugawa.
He escaped later and joined the
Toyotomi for a final battle at Osaka.
There he mowed down enemy troops
and reached Ieyasu Tokugawa, almost
slaying him. He is remembered as
"Japan's greatest warrior" for his
courage.

183 Keiji Maeda  (Other)
    ?- 1612
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". Known
to be an eccentric character, he was an
expert in the martial arts, but also well
versed in poetry and the tea ceremony.
From the house of Maeda, he roamed the
land unemployed, as a "Ronin". Recruited
by the Uesugi in the Battle of Aizu, he
supported them in many battles against
the Takeda and Oda.

184 Nobunaga Oda  (Other)
    1534- 1582
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". The
most famous warlord of his time, he was
initially a local retainer in Owari. He
conquered one neighboring province
after another and gained more than half
of Japan. He was ruthless, but also
innovative, using foreign technology and
economic policies to gain advantage. He
was assassinated by his own advisor
Mitsuhide Akechi at Honnouji in June,
1582.

185 Mitsuhide Akechi  (Other)
    1528- 1582
A figure from "Samurai Warriors", who
was employed by Nobunaga Oda. Versed
in literary and military arts, the Mino
warrior was a brilliant general, honored
as "Hyuga no Kami". However, Mitsuhide
disagreed on his lord's ruthless methods
and assassinated Nobunaga at Honnouji in
1582 during Hideyoshi's absence.
Hideyoshi hasted back to defeat
Mitsuhide at Yamasaki and kills him on his
flight.

186 Goemon Ishikawa  (Other)
    ?- 1594
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". The
feats of the legendary thief from the
Azuchi-Momoyama era are sung in
numerous poems and one of the most
famous Kabuki plays, "Sanmon". Hired to
assassinate Hideyoshi Toyotomi, he
failed and was sentenced to death with
his son in a boiling cauldron.

187 Kenshin Uesugi  (Other)
    1530- 1578
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". Lord
of the province of Echigo, he claimed to
be the incarnation of the god of war,
Bishamonten. His battle prowess was
admired in his battles against the Kanto
warlords Takeda and Hojo. He finally met
Nobunaga Oda and his army at the Tedori
river, but died before going to battle.

188 Oichi  (Other)
    1547- 1583
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". The
sister of Nobunaga, she was of peerless
beauty, but had to bear a tragic fate. She
was married to Nagamasa Azai and had
three daughters and a son. However, the
Oda and Azai became enemies and
Nagamasa, defeated by Nobunaga, took
his life. Oichi was brought back to the
Oda clan and married to Katsuie Shibata.
Katsuie was attacked by Hideyoshi after
Nobunaga's death and committed suicide
with Oichi.

189 Okuni  (Other)
A figure from "Samurai Warriors".
Initially serving at the Great Shrine of
Izumo (Izumo Taisha), with her peers she
created a new form of entertaining
dance, later known as Kabuki. She
toured the country to collect repair
funds for the Izumo Taisha. Kabuki
became embraced by the common
people as a form of comic entertainment.

190 Kunoichi  (Other)
    ?- ?
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". The
combination of the characters "ku", "no"
and "ichi" form the character for
"woman". Kunoichi were female Ninja,
receiving physical and psychological
education since childhood. Trained in
assassination, seduction and information
gathering, they were used to infiltrate
high enemy ranks.

191 Magoichi Saika  (Other)
    ?- ?
A figure from "Samurai Warriors".
Commander of the Saika mercenaries.
The Saika were an excellent musket
squad, working for whoever paid them.
Fighting on the side of the Honganji
sect, he inflicted heavy casualties on the
Oda army. After surrendering to
Nobunaga the Saika played an important
role to Nobunaga and later Hideyoshi.

192 Shingen Takeda  (Other)
    1521- 1573
A figure from "Samurai Warriors".
Warlord of Kofu, he had banners of
his formidable cavalry emblazoned with
"Wind", "Woods", "Fire" and "Mountain",
after a famous reading from Sun Tzu. His
most famous battles were against
Kenshin Uesugi at Kawanakajima, against
the Imagawa and the Hojo. However, he
died before reaching the capital in order
to unify the land.

193 Masamune Date  (Other)
    1567- 1636
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". He
became the head of the Date house at
the age of 18. Although missing one eye,
he ruled the land of Oushu at the age of
24 and was called "One Eyed Dragon",
attesting his fierceness in battle. He
followed Hideyoshi and later Iyeyasu but
his ambition to annex the Uesugi
territory was never fulfilled.

194 Noh  (Other
    1535- ?
A figure from "Samurai Warriors".
Daughter of Dousan Saito, Nobunaga
married her when the Oda and the Saito
forge an alliance. She failed to produce a
heir and Nobunaga turned to his
concubine Kitsuno. Almost no records
are left about her, but some sources say
that she was a cousin of Mitsuhide
Akechi.

195 Hanzo Hattori  (Other)
    1542- 1595
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". A
Tokugawa vassal and Ninja from Iga.
After the coup at Honnouji, Mitsuhide
sought to eliminate all opposition,
including the Tokugawa. Hanzo saved
Ieyasu by taking him through Iga. Hanzo
was a skilled fighter and Ninja, but also
benevolent and is still a very popular
figure.

196 Ranmaru Mori  (Other)
    1568- 1582
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". He and
his brothers served Nobunaga Oda as
pages. Nobunaga is impressed by his
skills and entrusted him with state
affairs. Nobunaga's affection for Ranmaru
is said to have caused Mitsuhide's anger
and Ranmaru and his brothers died
protecting Nobunaga during the rebellion
at Honnouji

197 Hideyoshi Hashiba  (Other)
    1537- 1598
A figure from "Samurai Warriors".
Nobunaga called him affectionately
"monkey". He gained Nobunaga's trust by
constructing the Castle of Sunomata in
one single night and by covering
Nobunaga's retreat from Echizen. He was
the first to unify the land after
Nobunaga's death and became the regent
of Japan.

198 Yoshimoto Imagawa  (Other)
    1519- 1560
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". Called
"Supreme Warrior of the Kaido",
Imagawa was proud of being of equally
noble birth than the Ashikawa shogun and
the Kira clan. Yoshimoto admired the
aristocrat way of life. He forged a triple
alliance with the Takeda and the Hojo
and marched on the capital. However, he
is defeated by Nobunaga before he can
take control of the capital.

199 Tadakatsu Honda  (Other)
    1548- 1610
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". A
Tokugawa vassal, who was said to
surpass Ieyasu in battle. He was
employed by Ieyasu at the age of 13 and
has fought in all major battles. His
peerless battle prowess and his famous
spear "Tombo Giri" have accounted for
not being wounded once in the over
fifty battles he took part in.

200 Ina  (Other)
    1573- 1620
A figure from "Samurai Warriors". She
was Tadakatsu Honda's daughter and
adopted by Ieyasu. The princess
despised the warlords who courted her
because of Ieyasu's influence, only
Nobuyuki Sanada was not intimidated.
The princess was impressed by this and
married Nobuyuki. In the Battle of
Sekigahara, she defended Numata Castle
all by herself to support her husband.
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