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    Guan Ping FAQ by Rockman CXDEZ (guardianharupyuia@yahoo.com)
    Dynasty Warriors 5/Shin Sangoku Musou 4
    Version 1.6
    Updated on 3-11-05. Just fixed a few spelling errors, 
    and made a few adjustments.
    Updated on 3-18-05. Just added a little more info on his moveset
    Updated on 3-22-05.  Added some more info on his 4th weapon
    Updated on 4-7-05.  Added the names of the weapons (US version) and
    a character bio provided be Ryan Lee.
    Updated on 4-19-05. Added Neo Seekers to the list of site allowed to
    use this faq. Added a list of things to come. Added a little to the
    Updated on 6-28-05. Added a little to the Q&A. and some info
    in the contact section.
    Table of Contents
    1.	Introductions
    2.	Copyrights
    3.      Guan Ping character Bio
    4.	Why Should I use Guan Ping?
    5.	Unlocking
    6.	Move set
    7.	Weapons
    8.	Musou Mode 
    9.	Guan Ping’s models
    10.	Q&A
    11.     Checklist of things to come
    12.	Credits
    13.	Contact
    This is the first FAQ I’ve written for GameFAQ’s 
    so please bear with me. Also at the time of me 
    writing this FAQ, I only have the Japanese version 
    of the game(Shin Sangoku Musou 4) and my Japanese 
    is very poor, so I may have some trouble with names and such.
    This FAQ is being written based on my experiences 
    playing the game Dynasty Warriors 5/ Shin Sangoku Musou 4, 
    playing as the character Guan Ping. Through out this FAQ I’ll 
    cover thing such as his, move set, musou mode stages, weapons, 
    models ect.
    You may not reproduce this FAQ under any circumstances except 
    for personal, private use. (Copyright 2005 Patrick Stevens)  
    You may not use this FAQ on any website with out permission from me. 
    You may not reproduce this FAQ and sell it publicly and you may not 
    claim this FAQ as your own, doing any of these will be a violation of 
    Site allowed to use this FAQ
    3-Guan Ping character Bio
    Guan Ping, 2nd son of Guan Ding, adpoted son of Guan
    Yu. he was adpoted by Guan Yu when he took an intrest
    in him while returning to Liu Bei from Cao Cao. he is
    a pure youth who seeks to be as good on the
    battlefield as his father. At the battle of Bo Wan Po,
    he stoped Han Hao from joining up with Xiahou Dun. at
    the battle of Chang Ban he arrived with his father
    with fresh troops to stop Cao Cao's pursuit.
    At the battle of Cheng Du he captured Li Yan. he then
    went and joined his father in the defence of Jing,
    when Liu Bei took Han Zhong he and his father attacked
    Fan Castle. Due to the betrayal of Mi Fang and Fu Shi
    Ren, the arrival of Wu Reinforcements, and the lack of
    Reinforcements from Liu Feng. Guan Ping and Guan Yu
    were caputred and killed, This caused Liu Bei to
    Attack Wu at Yi Ling.
    In the game, Koei makes it pretty obvious that there
    is something going on between Guan Ping and Xing Cai.
    and durning Xing Cai's Battle of Bai Di Castle, Liu
    Chan wishes he were as strong and brave as Guan Ping,
    and when Xing Cai is in danger, he asks the spirt of
    Guan Ping to "Lend me your courage, if only for a
    4-Why Should I use Guan Ping?
    Guan Ping has a little bit of everything, great crowd control, 
    great power, descent speed and an awesome musou. 
    Not to mention one of the coolest weapons in the game.  
    Once you max him out, and get his 4th weapon, tearing through 
    any stage on hard mode will be a piece of cake.
    Unlocking Guan Ping is pretty simple, 
    just beat musou mode with his father Guan Yu.
    6-Move Set
    Keys: S = Square button, T = Triangle button, C = Circle button
    S- A slash to the left
    SS- A slash to the right
    SSS- A upward slash to the left
    SSSS- A downward slash to the left
    SSSSS- Another slash to the right
    SSSSSS- A spinning slash to the right
    Alternate SSSSSS- Another slash to the left 
    SSSSSSS- Another slash to the right 
    SSSSSSSS-Another upward slash to the left
    SSSSSSSSS- A harder spinning slash that move Guan Ping 
    T- Guan Ping jumps into the air and smashes his sword 
    into the ground, causing a small shockwave that damages enemies near by.
    ST- An upward slash to the right that knocks enemies into the air.
    SST- Guan Ping spins his sword forward 6 times and finishes by 
    smashing it into the ground causing a larger shockwave that damages 
    enemies near by.
    SSST- Guan Ping does 4 spinning slashes moving forward each time.
    SSSST- Guan Ping does a spinning leap with a wave of air around 
    his sword, this knocks enemies into the air.
    SSSSST- Guan Ping leaps high into the air and throws his sword 
    into the ground, this causes an explosion damaging all enemies near
    by. This move has a natural fire effect to it that will cause the enemies 
    to burn and loose health until they hit the floor.
    Jump attack- a straight downward slash
    Jump Charge- Guan Ping spins around 3 time in mid air slashing anything 
    below him
    Mounted attack- Guan Ping does a series of 6 downward slashes 
    going right to left.
    Mounted charge- Guan Ping does 2 hard downward slashes 
    going right to left.
    Mounted Musou- Guan Ping does repeated downward slashes going
    left to right.
    Musou attack- Guan Ping does a bunch of spinning slashes 
    (Much like Guan Yu’s) This move is great for crowd control.
    True Musou attack- Much the same as his musou attack, but 
    at the end Guan Ping leaps into the air and smashes his 
    sword into the ground shooting a shockwave forward damaging all 
    enemies in front of him.  
    It should be noted that from Alternate S6-S9 you need to have a
    weapon at least level 3 that's Evo-capable (aka the little blue
    dot near the weapons name) As well as a full musou bar to use.
    All 4th level weapons are Evo-capable.
    This info is credited to "Steven Liu" thanks for the info =)
    I have a hard time reading the names of the weapons in 
    Japanese, so for now I’m just going to call them Weapon 1, 
    Weapon 2 ect.
    Stats-Iron Blade
            Base power 4
            Number of attacks 4
            Weight Random
    Stats-Giant Blade
            Base power 8
            Number of attacks 5
            Weight Random
    Stats-Flying Dragon
            Base power 12
            Number of attacks 6
            Weight Random
    Stats-Young Dragon
            Base power 36
            Number of attacks 6
            Weight Light
            Charge Attack lvl.16
            Luck lvl. 15
            Bow lvl. 15
            Attack lvl. 17
            Life lvl. 15
    Requirements for Obtaining Guan Pings 4th
    Stage- Escape from Chi Bi
    Requirement- Defeat all enemy generals and sub generals.
    *Updated Info*
    Well, while playing Escape from Chi Bi as Guan Ping I learned somthing new,
    defeating all enemy sub genereals is not a requirement for Obtaining Guan Pings 
    4th. All you have to do is defeat all enemy main generals for the weapon.
    I will still leave up the current Strategy for Obtaining it though, as it still
    works just fine
    Strategy- Now this seems pretty simple, and for the most part it is, but
    there are two things you got to watch out for.  1, you need to make sure 
    no ally kills a general, I made it down to Xiahou Yuan as the last 
    general and a soldier got the final blow on him, I had to do it ALL over 
    again. 2, you must not let Cao Cao escape,as this ends the battle.
    Now here’s what I did.
    First thing, make sure Guan Ping is built up pretty well, 
    you have to kill pretty fast.Head straight up, the first 
    enemy general you’re going to run into to is Cao Ren, and
    he has two sub generals, kill off all three of them as quickly 
    as possible, and keep heading over.  Next is Zhang Liao, he 
    also has two sub generals, kill them all and keep heading up. 
    By now a reinforcement unit should have appeared near the top 
    of the map, and will be heading toward you. Keep heading towards
    Cao Cao, along the way you should run into Xiahou Dunn’s two sub 
    generals and the reinforcement unit (which has no sub generals) 
    kill of all three and keep heading towards Dunn. By the time you 
    make it to Dunn, Xiahou Yuan should have shown up at the top of 
    the map, and two reinforcement units at the bottom of the map, 
    below your alleys.  Do not back track and kill the two below, 
    keep heading for Dunn and kill him off, as well as the gate guard 
    near him.  Keep heading up towards Cao Cao, who should be with 
    Xiahou Yuan, now kill off Cao Cao’s two sub generals, Xiahou Yuan’s 
    sub general (he only has one) and Xiahou Yuan himself.(But DO NOT KILL 
    Cao Cao) With all the enemy generals out of the way (and the gate guard 
    near Dunn) your alleys should have a clear path to Cao Cao, and they 
    should keep him busy the rest of the map.(meaning he won’t be able escape)
    Now head back to the two reinforcement units at the bottom of the map, 
    each of them has 1 sub general, kill off all 4 and head back up towards 
    Cao Cao. By the time you reach him, the last reinforcement unit should 
    have Appeared near the escape point,go kill off him.(he has no sub
    After that you should get a  Precious Item report near the middle of the 
    map. Go get the weapon and kill Cao Cao.
    It’s nice to have a saddle, but it’s not a must. And make sure you have it 
    on Hard mode.
    8-Musou Mode
    Guan Ping has 5 stages in his musou mode, The 5 stages are
    1-Chang Ban-Hills
    2-Escape from Chi Bi
    3-Battle of Mount Ding Jun
    4-Battle of Fan Castle
    5-Battle of Yi Ling
    As soon as I get the US release of this game and can better read
    what's going on in the battles, I'll update with some stage strategies.
    9-Guan Ping’s models
    Model 1- this model comes with Guan Ping. He dresses very much 
    like Guan Yu with a very similar color scheme. He has a green vest 
    like thing with some orange around the bottom of it, a white shirt 
    and a green bandanna.  He wears a white waist wrap, Green pants, 
    and a dragon arm protecter on his right arm. He has black spikey
    Model 2- Guan Ping unlocks this model when he gets about 6000 points.  
    This suit is pretty much his first suit with different colors. His vest
    becomes a kind of red orange, with some brown. His bandanna becomes white,
    his shirt becomes red orange with some brown as well. His pants become 
    brown, and his waist wrap gets some brown in it to (but it’s still white)
    His hair is the same.
    Model 3- Gaun Ping unlocks this model when he gets around 20000 points. 
    This suit is much like his first, only with a color scheme much more 
    like Guan Yu’s DW4 model. His whole suit becomes a much darker green 
    then his first model, with a much darker red trim.  He also has 
    a turban on instead of his bandanna.
    Model 4- Gaun Ping unlocks this model when he get around 20000 points 
    along with his model 3. This suit is just a color change to his model 3. 
    All the dark green becomes white, and the red becomes a lighter green.
    Q: The requirement for obtaining Guan Pings 4th  lvl weapon isn't working?
    A: Make sure you’re playing on hard mode; make sure you’ve killed all the 
    enemy sub generals and reinforcement units.
    Q: Do you have to have played Guan Ping Musou mode and got his 2nd and 3rd
    weapon before you get his 4th?
    A: No, I have got many 4th weapons the first time I played the character.
    Q: How do you unlock Guan Ping in DW4?
    A: You can’t, Guan Ping is one of the 6 new characters in DW5
    Q: Gaun Ping sucks, he did nothing in history or the novel, why did 
    KOEI add him. They should have added Cheng Pu or Deng Ai.
    A: Because KOEI wanted to, and they didn’t want to add Cheng Pu or Deng Ai.
    Q: What's the best stage to get high level items?
    A: I've been able to get 15-20 level items on any 4-5 star stage on hard mode
    or Shura/Expert Mode.  The higer the diffuculty the better chance for a high
    level item. Also using a good Seven star sash (luck+) and a character with a
    high luck+ on his weapon ups the chances for a good item.
    Q: What will you except for your FAQ? And how will I know what I e-mailed you
    will get added?
    A: E-mail me anything, you'll know weather or not I'm going to add it if you get
    an e-mail back.  If you don't get an e-mail back, I either didn't what to add it
    or am already working on it myself.
    11-Checklist of things to come
    My strategy for using Guan Ping
    Strategies for Guan Ping's musou mode
    Guan Ping's Ending 
    Guan Ping's qoutes
    More to come as I think of it.
    Fist off I’d like to thank CJayC for making this site, so I have a 
    place to write my FAQ’s.
    EChang because I had to look at his FAQ in order to read the 4th lvl 
    weapon stats, and learn the 4th level weapon requirements. Thanks for 
    the great weapon FAQ.
    Steven Liu, for the info on the Evo-capable weapons
    Ryan Lee for all the character bios
    My sister for getting me into the Dynasty Warriors series
    My Mom for helping me with my horrible spelling 
    (I know I still probably messed a few words up)
    KOEI for making the DW series so awesome
    If you have any questions, or suggestions for this FAQ 
    please e-mail me at guardianharupyuia@yahoo.com.  
    You’ll be given full credit for want you add.
    Updated: 6-28-05: I've been super busy in RL lately.
    So if you've sent me a e-mail and got a very late reply
    this is why.  I'm sorry about this >_< but sometimes RL
    calls.  Anyway, to solve this problem I'm gonna try and
    update the Q&A as much as I can, so you can (hopefully)
    get your answers there.
    Thanks for reading.

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