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    Xiahou Dun
    Yuanrang
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    A military general in the state of Wei, and a distant cousin of Cao Cao.
    He lost his left eye when he was hit by a stray arrow during a battle against Lu Bu. He exclaimed, "The essence of my father and the blood of my mother. Can't waste it!" He then swallowed his eyeball. He aided Cao Cao in most of his military campaigns across the country and was widely known for his loyalty and valor. One of Cao Cao's most trusted generals, he served as the warlord's right hand.
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    Cao Cao
    Mengde
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    King of Wei, he was said of by a seer, "In peace you are an able subject; in chaos you are a crafty hero."
    Versed in both polite letters and martial arts, he wrote many war journals, poems and verses. He climbed in ranks when the Yellow Turban Rebellion broke out. China fell into civil war after Dong Zhuo's death. He went on to unify the Central Plains and laid the foundations for what was to become the state of Cao Wei.
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    Zhang He
    Junyi
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    A general of Wei. Originally a subordinate of the warlord Yuan Shao, who later defected to Cao Cao after being falsely accused.
    He fought in several wars against Wei's rival state Shu Han. Even Zhuge Liang was wary of him. His best known victory was at the Battle of Jieting, in which he defeated the Shu general Ma Su. He was named as one of the Five Good Generals of Wei.
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    Zhang Liao
    Wenyuan
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    A general of Wei. Formerly a subordinate of Lu Bu, he fought many battles under the warlord's banner.
    After Lu Bu's death, he surrendered to Cao Cao, who appreciated his ability. He is best known for his pivotal role in defending Hefei with only thousands of troops from the warlord Sun Quan's large army of 100,000. The terrible slaughter at this battle put such fear into the minds of the people that the name of Zhang Liao kept the very children quiet at night. He was named as the head of the Five Elite Generals of Wei.
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    Xiahou Yuan
    Miaocai
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    A Wei general, a cousin of Xiahou Dun.
    When Cao Cao was raising an army, Xiahou Yuan joined the warlord and fought in most of his early campaigns. An expert archer and horseman, he was known for his valiance and prowess in battle and held important positions throughout his career. Specialized in sudden attack and surprise raid, he once routed the mighty general Ma Chao. His meritorious military service was illustrious, glowing with exploits.
    Dian Wei
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    A Wei general and a stalwart man with great strength. He served as Cao Cao's personal guard and accompanied the warlord everywhere he went.
    During Zhang Xiu's night raid in Wancheng, he held the outnumbering enemy forces back and died covering Cao Cao's escape. Known for being a loyal, prudent and responsible man, he was praised as Elai of ancient times.
    Xu Zhu
    Zhongkang
    A general of Wei, big and strong, over eight feet tall with a broad waist. Cao Cao's personal guard on par with Dian Wei. Simple minded and honest, yet fierce like a tiger on the battlefield, he was nicknamed "Tiger Fool" by his men.
    Cao Pi
    Zihuan
    The second son of Cao Cao, the first emperor of the state of Cao Wei, an able ruler and commander and also an accomplished poet and scholar.
    After Cao Cao's death, he succeeded him as the new King of Wei and seized the power. He later forced Emperor Xian to abdicate in his favour, after which he proclaimed himself emperor and established the state of Cao Wei.
    Guo Jia
    Fengxiao
    An advisor to the warlord Cao Cao, highly trusted for his brilliance and foresight. His strategies were instrumental to Cao Cao's triumphs, which earned him the nickname Divine Aide. He contributed greatly to Cao Cao's victories over rival warlords Lu Bu and Yuan Shao and the reunification of the north, during which he fell ill and died not long after at the age of 38.
    It is said that after his defeat at the Battle of Red Cliffs, Cao Cao sighed, "If Guo Jia was around, I wouldn't have ended up like this."
    Cao Ren
    Zixiao
    A Wei general and younger cousin of Cao Cao. A man of good faith, virtue and patriotism, he was a very able warrior well versed in different forms of martial arts. After the Battle of Red Cliffs, he was left to guard Jingzhou. Cao Ren and his troops were completely isolated inside Fancheng when the city was besieged by Guan Yu's forces. Cao Ren encouraged his men to fight to the death and they eventually broke the siege. Deeply trusted by Cao Cao, he was appointed as the Grand Marshal when Cao Pi ascended the throne.
    Xu Huang
    Gongming
    A general of the state of Cao Wei. A former subordinate of Yang Feng, he later heeded Man Chong's advice and submitted to Cao Cao.
    Intelligent and courageous, he fought in many campaigns across the country and rendered meritorious service.
    Zhen Ji
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    A peerless beauty with skin fair like the jade and a face gorgeous like the flower. Refined and cultured, she was endowed with both wit and good looks.
    Originally the wife of Yuan Xi, the second son of Yuan Shao. When Cao Cao's forces occupied Jizhou, Cao Pi was so entranced by her beauty that he married her later. An elegant beauty in that turbulent era.
    Wang Yi
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    A general of Wei. A heroic woman from the influential Wang clan in Hanzhong.
    Her whole family was executed by Ma Chao. She came to Cao Cao's service as a strategist and fought in various conflicts with Ma Chao.
    As recorded in historical documents, when Ma Chao attacked Jicheng, Wang Yi donned a battledress and assisted in defending the city from Ma Chao's forces. She also handed out her personal accessories as rewards to the soldiers and substantially raised the defenders' morale. She later successfully plotted with Yang Fu and others to drive Ma Chao out of Liang Province.
    Cai Wenji
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    The daughter of Cai Yong, a politician in Eastern Han dynasty, a talented beauty of her time, well versed in music.
    She was captured by the Huns when China entered a period of chaos and lived as a prisoner on the northern lands until Cao Cao paid a heavy ransom for her release. Behind her gentle and pitiful appearance was an intelligent and strong heart.
    Zhao Yun
    Zilong
    A Shu general, who formally served Yuan Shao and Gongsun Zan before coming to Liu Bei's service. Known for his heroic spirit.
    During the Battle of Changban, he braved danger by fighting his way through enemy lines seven times in search of Liu Bei's infant son Liu Shan. He accompanied his lord on most of his military exploits and rendered meritorious service. He was lauded as a member of the Five Tiger Generals.
    Liu Bei
    Xuande
    The first emperor of Shu.
    A descendant of Liu Sheng, Prince Jing of Zhongshan of the Eastern Han dynasty. During the Yellow Turban Rebellion, he joined the volunteer army with his sworn brothers Guan Yu and Zhang Fei. After fighting in different areas, he finally got Shu land and established the regime of Shu Han, forming the general trend of The Three Kingdoms. He was charitable and generous, and wanted to bring prosperity back to the Han Dynasty and unify the whole country.
    Guan Yu
    Yunchang
    A general of Shu, the leader of the Five Tiger Generals. He swore oath of brotherhood with Liu Bei and Zhang Fei, and was committed to the establishment of Shu.
    Valiant and righteous, widely known for his exceptional martial prowess, which was appraised as "enemy of ten-thousand". He was given the title "Lord of the Magnificent Beard" by Emperor Xian of Han for his peerless beard. And the name was passed down.
    Zhang Fei
    Yide
    A general of Shu, one of the Five Tiger Generals. The sworn brother of Liu Bei and Guan Yu. His love for drinking often brought him a lot of trouble. During the Battle of Changban, he defended alone at one end of Changban Bridge and scared away Cao Cao's entire force. He was known as "Fierce Zhang Fei".
    Pang Tong
    Shiyuan
    An advisor to the warlord Liu Bei. A talented strategist, he was nicknamed the Fledgling Phoenix while Zhuge Liang the Crouching Dragon.
    He presented chain stratagems" before the Battle of Red Cliffs, which led to Cao Cao's defeat during the fire attack by the joined forces of Shu and Wu. During his service under Liu Bei, he offered great advice and accompanied the warlord on his campaigns. He contributed greatly to Liu Bei's conquest of Yizhou.
    Wei Yan
    Wenchang
    Originally a subordinate of the warlord Liu Biao, he later defected to Liu Bei. Zhuge Liang warned he would certainly turn against his new master but Liu Bei still put him in important positions. He played a key part in Shu's Northern Expeditions. A prominent figure in the Shu military. He was appointed as the Governor of Hanzhong for his valor and military merits.
    Guan Ping
    Tanzhi
    A Shu general. He was a son of Guan Ding, a farmer in Hebei. Guan Yu was so impressed with Guan Ping on first sight that he accepted him as his foster son. He followed Guan Yu into many military campaigns and rendered meritorious service.
    He was relocated to Jingzhou to join his foster father in defending Liu Bei's territories after the warlord's seizure of Shu. Later, Jingzhou fell under attack by Wei and Wu armies on both sides. He stood by Guan Yu and fought fearlessly against the enemy.mengalahkan musuh.
    Ma Chao
    Mengqi
    The eldest son of Ma Teng. He was called "Ma Chao the Splendid" in ode to his magnificent appearance.
    He attacked Chang'an from Xiliang to kill Cao Cao for revenge, but ended in defeat. Then he surrendered to Liu Bei and made great achievements in the Battle of Hanzhong and other battles and earned his honor as one of the Five Tiger Generals.
    Bao Sanniang
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    The third daughter of Bao Kai, known as a beautiful and brave woman warrior.
    People swarmed to her family and seeked for marriage by dueling, but she said she would never marry someone was weaker than her, as a result, those who came were all defeated on the duel stage.
    Until she was knocked down and defeated by Guan Suo, a son of Guan Yu, to whom she then married. After their marriage, she accepted a position in the Shu army and fought by her husband's side.
    Yue Ying
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    A daughter of Huang Chengyan and the wife of Zhuge Liang. Remarkable for her erudition, being learned in strategy, geography, astronomy, and divination, she supported Zhuge Liang quietly from behind throughout his career. An account stated that Huang Chengyan once told Zhuge Liang, "I have an ugly daughter, but her talent matches yours." Zhuge Liang then married Huang Chengyan's daughter.
    Another story told that she challenged her suitors to visit her personally by claiming that she was ugly.
    Zhuge Liang
    Kongming
    Prime Minister of Shu, also known as the Crouching Dragon, he was recognized as the most accomplished strategist of his era. Liu Bei succeeded in recruiting him after paying three personal visits. He was best known for the Longzhong Plan, which formed the basis of the establishment of the Three Kingdoms period. Liu Bei gave Zhuge Liang the utmost trust, he even compared their relationship with the one between fish and water. In return, Zhuge Liang played his role in many aspects, such as diplomacy and politics. With deference and prudence, he served Shu to the state of his depletion and was credited for his contribution to the founding of the state.
    Huang Zhong
    Hansheng
    A general of Shu, who was good at using bows. He served Liu Biao and Han Xuan first.
    When he was Han Xuan's subordinate, he had fought with Guan Yu. Then he came to serve Liu Bei and made a lot of contributions, especially at Yizhou and the Battle of Mount Dingjun. When Liu Bei ascended the throne and became the King Of Han, Huang Zhong was heralded as one of the Five Tiger Generals.
    Zhou Yu
    Gongjin
    A general serving under the warlord Sun Ce of Wu, who was also his sworn brother.
    The Grand Chief Controller at the Battle of Red Cliffs, he led the allied navy to a decisive victory against Cao Cao's fleet. An able military general and talented strategist, he was praised as "someone capable of assisting kings". Tall and strong with beautiful appearance, he was often referred to as "Zhou the Beautiful Youth".
    Sun Shangxiang
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    A daughter of Sun Jian and younger sister of Sun Ce and Sun Quan.
    A very fiery and determined woman, she started her martial arts training at a very young age and her prowess was on par with most able men. She married the warlord Liu Bei and allowed her bodyguards and personal staff to be armed while keeping guard at her door. Nicknamed the Fierce Lady.
    Sun Ce
    Bofu
    The eldest son of Sun Jian, he rendered his service to Yuan Shu after his father's death.
    By offering Yuan Shu the Imperial Seal, he borrowed 3000 troops from the warlord and pacified the Jiangdong region in a short time. He was often referred to as the "Little Conqueror". He then governed Jiangdong with painstaking effort and surrounded himself with capable generals and able advisers including Zhou Yu, laying foundation for the establishment of the state of Wu.
    Taishi Ci
    Ziyi
    Wu general, excel in archery and horsemanship, loyal and filial. He once travelled thousands of miles on foot to rescue the besieged Kong Rong, the Governor of Beihai State.
    During his service under Liu Yao, he once engaged Sun Ce in a one-on-one fight and neither combatant had the advantage. Following Liu Yao's defeat, Taishi Ci was captured by Sun Ce's forces. Touched by Sun Ce's sincerity and generosity towards him, Taishi Ci agreed to serve the state of Sun Wu.
    Sun Quan
    Zhongmou
    The founder of the state of Eastern Wu and the second son of Sun Jian. When his brother was assassinated, he inherited control of the established warlord regime.
    Sun Ce once remarked, "For manipulating the might of Wu so as to make it the deciding force among the factions and then obtaining the whole empire, you are not so suited as I. But in encouraging the wise and confiding in the able and getting the best out of everyone for the preservation of this land, I should not succeed as you will." He later joined forces with Liu Bei against Cao Cao, which eventually led into the era of the Three Kingdoms.
    Sun Jian
    Wentai
    Allegedly a descendant of Sun Tzu, he defeated a band of pirates in his youth and his name henceforth spread. He rendered meritorious service during the Yellow Turban Rebellion and was appointed as the Administrator of Changsha Governor in recognition of his contribution. He led the vanguard during the campaign against Dong Zhuo and pressed his troops into the capital Luoyang, where he found the Imperial Seal in a well and kept it in his base. He was often referred to as the Fierce Tiger of Jiangdong.
    Xiao Qiao
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    The second daughter of a certain Elder Qiao from Wan County and the wife of the Wu general Zhou Yu.
    Good looking, known as the Two Qiaos together with her elder sister Da Qiao, a national beauty. Zhuge Liang pointed out Cao Cao's desire to have the Qiaos. Enraged Zhou Yu hardened his decision to join forces with Liu Bei against Cao Cao, which would lead to the Battle of Red Cliffs.
    Lian Shi
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    Originally a handmaid of Lady Sun, she became Sun Quan's personal guard after Lady Sun's wedding.
    Known to be very tender and accepting, she admired Sun Quan and became his concubine. She bore Sun Quan two daughters, and was posthumously honored as an empress. A pillar of Wu towards the late of its reign.
    Lu Xun
    Boyan
    As a general of Wu, he was a thoughtful man. He was promoted by Sun Quan and made great achievements repeatedly.
    He aided Lü Meng in defeating Guan Yu, and regained Jingzhou. During the Battle of Xiaoting, he served as the Grand Chief Controller in charge of the Wu forces and defeated the Shu army led by Liu Bei.
    Huang Gai
    Gongfu
    A general of Wu, who was good at using iron whips. He served Sun Jian from the very beginning.
    In the Battle of Red Cliffs, he and Zhou Yu performed the "Self-torture Ruse". After Zhou Yu beat him a hundred times, he pretended to surrender to Cao Cao and then set fire to the ships of Wei army when Cao Cao was unprepared, thus brought victory to Wu.
    Xiahou Ba
    Zhongquan
    He started off as a military general in the state of Cao Wei but later defected to Shu. A son of Xiahou Yuan.
    With Sima Yi's recommendation, he joined the battle against Shu. After the Sima clan seized control of the Wei court, he defected to Shu for safety and was put in important positions. Under Jiang Wei's command, he participated in Shu's Northern Expedition against Wei.
    Guo Huai
    Boji
    Wei General of Chariots and Cavalry, valiant and resourceful but frail suffering from a chronic cough. Yet this never stopped his meritorious service in battle. After Xiahou Yuan's death, he expressed support for Zhang He to be the new commander, who assumed the role and restored stability in his forces. He resisted multiple invasions by Shu Han, extremely loyal to Wei.
    Sima Zhao
    Zishang
    The second-born son of Sima Yi, he capably maintained control of Wei with his older brother Sima Shi.
    After his brother's death, he succeeded the position of General-in-Chief and seized control of Wei. He launched an invasion against the rival state of Shu and put Zhong Hui and Deng Ai in charge of the forces, which eventually managed to convince its emperor, Liu Shan, towards formally surrendering. This helped to set up the plot of overthrowing Wei and establishing the Jin dynasty with himself as its king.
    Diao Chan
    Diao Chan
    A divine beauty, skilled in dancing and singing, raised by Wang Yun the Minister over the Masses more as a daughter than a handmaid.
    To relieve Wang Yun from his anxiety and gloom, she joined the plan and approached Dong Zhuo and Lu Bu, successfully turning them against each other, which eventually led to the assassination of Dong Zhuo.
    Yuan Shao
    Benchu
    An elder brother of Yuan Shu, born in a family that had for over four generations been a prominent force in the Han civil service.
    He responded to Cao Cao's call and spearheaded a coalition of warlords against Dong Zhuo. After the collapse of the coalition, he took Jizhou from Han Fu using a plot and later completely defeated Gongsun Zan, holding absolute control over the provinces north of the Yellow River and reaching the peak of his power.
    Lu Bu
    Fengxian
    A valiant and powerful warrior with unrivalled martial prowess, and an expert archer and horseman.
    He owned a powerful steed known as the "Chi Tu" that could cover one thousand miles in a single day. Single-handed, he once fought against the three brothers of Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei. There was a saying at the time: "Among men, Lu Bu; Among steeds, the Chi Tu."
    Erratic and capricious, he first switched his allegiances from his foster father Ding Yuan to Dong Zhuo, but later betrayed his new lord.
    Dong Zhuo
    Zhongying
    He was formerly the inspector from Western Liang, quite ferocious, yet tactical.
    Summoned by He Jin, he went to the capital and seized control of the regime during the upheaval. Dong Zhuo later took Lu Bu as his foster son and started his tyranny.
    Zhu Rong
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    The wife of the Nanzhong chieftain Meng Huo, she claimed descent from the fire deity Zhurong.
    Straightforward and aggressive, she was no inferior to any man on earth and completely devoted her love and support to Meng Huo. Well liked and respected in the clan.

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    Cao Cao

    Zhang He

    Zhang Liao

    Xiahou Yuan

    Dian Wei

    Xu Zhu

    Cao Pi

    Guo Jia

    Cao Ren

    Xu Huang

    Zhen Ji

    Wang Yi

    Cai Wenji

    Zhao Yun

    Liu Bei

    Guan Yu

    Zhang Fei

    Pang Tong

    Wei Yan

    Guan Ping

    Ma Chao

    Bao Sanniang

    Yue Ying

    Zhuge Liang

    Huang Zhong

    Zhou Yu

    Sun Shangxiang

    Sun Ce

    Taishi Ci

    Sun Quan

    Sun Jian

    Xiao Qiao

    Lian Shi

    Lu Xun

    Huang Gai

    Xiahou Ba

    Guo Huai

    Sima Zhao

    Diao Chan

    Yuan Shao

    Lu Bu

    Dong Zhuo

    Zhu Rong