History Characters / DynastyWarriorsJinKingdom

15th Jun '17 2:19:03 AM sayaleviathan
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* [[spoiler:DefectorFromDecadence]]: [[spoiler:Flees to Shu when the Sima clan begin to seize power within Wei by killing his kinsman, though this can be averted in ''8'']].

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* [[spoiler:DefectorFromDecadence]]: DefectorFromDecadence: [[spoiler:Flees to Shu when the Sima clan begin to seize power within Wei by killing his kinsman, though this can be averted in ''8'']].



* [[spoiler:FaceDeathWithDignity]]: [[spoiler:After being defeated for good in the historical route of ''8'', Xiahou Ba apologizes to Sima Zhao, recalling their good memories and accepts the execution orders with a calm face]].

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* [[spoiler:FaceDeathWithDignity]]: FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:After being defeated for good in the historical route of ''8'', Xiahou Ba apologizes to Sima Zhao, recalling their good memories and accepts the execution orders with a calm face]].



* [[spoiler:HeelFaceRevolvingDoor]]: In ''8'', [[spoiler:he attempts to defect to Shu once Sima Shi ascends to power, but with effort, Ba can be convinced to stay. Failing to save Sima Shi and hitting the historical route puts Ba back to defecting to Shu ''again'']].

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* [[spoiler:HeelFaceRevolvingDoor]]: HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: In ''8'', [[spoiler:he attempts to defect to Shu once Sima Shi ascends to power, but with effort, Ba can be convinced to stay. Failing to save Sima Shi and hitting the historical route puts Ba back to defecting to Shu ''again'']].
14th Jun '17 2:10:27 PM ergeis
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* {{Mukokuseki}}: Yet another example for the Jin Kingdom - Chunhua doesn't look ''remotely'' Chinese and sports Western facial features with brown hair.

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* {{Mukokuseki}}: Yet another example for the Jin Kingdom - Chunhua doesn't look ''remotely'' Chinese and sports Western facial features with brown hair. Moreso than Wang Yuanji if you can believe it.
11th Jun '17 7:55:47 PM Shadeblade11
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* AutomaticCrossbow[=/=]GatlingGood: Of the ultra-heavy duty, Revolving Crossbow as of ''8: Empires''.



* BayonetYa: He often attacks enemy with the very pointy part of his weapon.
* BrainyBrunette: Has an almost intuitive understanding of terrain.

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* BayonetYa: He often attacks enemy enemies with the very pointy part of his weapon.
* BrainyBrunette: Has an almost intuitive understanding of the terrain.



* ComicallySerious: In the "Seek the Secret Ingredients" stage of ''8:XL'', he stoically declares that it is his duty to complete missions and obey his master, despite Sima Shi's increasing irrationality in matters culinary.
* [[ThisIsADrill Drill]] [[JoustingLance Lance]]: His primary WeaponOfChoice; given he's [[GeniusBruiser a skilled engineer with an intuitive understanding of battlefield terrain]], it's very appropriate.

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* ComicallySerious: In the "Seek the Secret Ingredients" stage of ''8:XL'', ''8: XL'', he stoically declares that it is his duty to complete missions and obey his master, despite Sima Shi's increasing irrationality in matters culinary.
* [[ThisIsADrill Drill]] [[JoustingLance Lance]]: His primary WeaponOfChoice; given he's [[GeniusBruiser a skilled engineer with an intuitive understanding of battlefield terrain]], it's very appropriate.
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* MachineMonotone: The cadence of his voice ''barely'' changes, making him seem as mechanical as that lance of his.
* MightyGlacier: Deng Ai's lance is slow, but powerful and is near guaranteed to cause guard break.

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* MachineMonotone: The cadence of his voice ''barely'' changes, making him seem as mechanical as that lance his usual choice of his.
* MightyGlacier: Deng Ai's lance is slow, but powerful and is near guaranteed to cause guard break.
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: One of the first steps towards Zhong Hui's rebellion was to frame his rival and drag him down with him. It never happens in 7, 8's historical route ends right before the rebellion takes place, and 8:XL's new set of stages centered on it opens with Deng Ai and Wen Yang fighting their way out with their families and rejoining the Sima clan's forces.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: One of the first steps towards Zhong Hui's rebellion was to frame his rival and drag him down with him. It never happens in 7, 8's historical route ends right before the rebellion takes place, and 8:XL's ''8: XL's'' new set of stages centered on it opens with Deng Ai and Wen Yang fighting their way out with their families and rejoining the Sima clan's forces.



* UnknownRival: Zhong Hui practically ''seethes'' with envy at his accomplishments, but Deng Ai is largely unconcerned with him. During the former's rebellion in ''8:XL'', he even blames himself for not seeing what was going to happen earlier. And he ''does'' seem rather regretful when the fellow's about to be executed.

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* UnknownRival: Zhong Hui practically ''seethes'' with envy at his accomplishments, but Deng Ai is largely unconcerned with him. During the former's rebellion in ''8:XL'', ''8: XL'', he even blames himself for not seeing what was going to happen earlier. And he ''does'' seem rather regretful when the fellow's about to be executed.executed.
* WeaponOfChoice:
** From ''7'' to ''8: XL'', Deng Ai wielded a [[JoustingLance lance]] that's basically a [[ThisIsADrill drill]].
** In ''8: Empires'', Deng Ai wields a revolving crossbow, which is basically a [[GatlingGood Gatling gun]] if it shot crossbow bolts.



* AffablyEvil[=/=]FauxAffablyEvil: Could be seen as either. If he's viewed as a dedicated, pragmatic advisor who understands that unifying a divided country cannot be done without shedding blood, and as polite to a fault, he's the former; if one points at his willingness and apparent enjoyment of brutally executing enemy officers, he's the latter.

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* AffablyEvil[=/=]FauxAffablyEvil: Could be seen as either. If he's viewed as AffablyEvil: Zig-zagged with FauxAffablyEvil. He's a genuinely dedicated, pragmatic advisor who understands that unifying a divided country cannot be done without shedding blood, and as is polite to a fault, fault. but he's the former; if one points at also very his willingness and apparent enjoyment of willing to brutally executing execute enemy officers, he's the latter.and may have an apparent enjoyment.



* NecessarilyEvil: Serves as the one person who does the dirty work the Jin leaders are not willing to do. While his actions work, they're damn ruthless. Exemplified by [[spoiler:his lack of hesitation in having Guanqiu Jian executed, even when Sima Shi and Zhao were considering something leninent other than death. Chong reasons that [[MakeAnExampleofThem the Simas must show they're more than willing to execute those who oppose them in their quest to rule, so that others will get the message]]]].

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* NecessarilyEvil: Serves as the one person who does the dirty work the Jin leaders are not willing to do. While his actions work, they're damn ruthless. Exemplified by [[spoiler:his lack of hesitation in having Guanqiu Jian executed, even when Sima Shi and Zhao were considering something leninent lenient other than death. Chong reasons that [[MakeAnExampleofThem the Simas must show they're more than willing to execute those who oppose them in their quest to rule, so that others will get the message]]]].



* [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang Throwing]] [[DualWielding Two]] [[AnAxeToGrind Axes To Grind]]: Wields throwing axes as WeaponOfChoice, which contrasts somewhat with his [[{{Bishonen}} appearance]].



* WeaponOfChoice: He wields two throwing axes, which contrasts somewhat with his [[{{Bishonen}} appearance]].



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Generally less of a fan than one would think, since he prefers to "stockpile resources," though after Liu Shan convinces Jiang Wei to surrender to the Wei forces and assist in putting down Zhong Hui's rebellion in ''8:XL'', Jia Chong immediately lets out an evil laugh and gloats about arranging to execute him in a few days.

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Generally less of a fan than one would think, since he prefers to "stockpile resources," though after Liu Shan convinces Jiang Wei to surrender to the Wei forces and assist in putting down Zhong Hui's rebellion in ''8:XL'', ''8: XL'', Jia Chong immediately lets out an evil laugh and gloats about arranging to execute him in a few days.



-->Voiced by: [[Creator/YukiOno Yuuki Ono]] (Japanese), Creator/RobertMcCollum (English)

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-->Voiced by: [[Creator/YukiOno Yuuki Ono]] Creator/YukiOno (Japanese), Creator/RobertMcCollum (English)



* BladeOnAStick: His WeaponOfChoice. He is master of the javelin; if all else fails, he stabs or slashes with it, too.
** Historically, Wen Yang is known for his [[WhipItGood whip]] (although some historian said that said "whip" is more like a [[EpicFlail flail]] or a [[CarryABigStick rod]]).

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* BladeOnAStick: His WeaponOfChoice. He WeaponOfChoice is master of the javelin; if all else fails, javelin. Though he stabs or slashes usually throws it with it, too.
** Historically, Wen Yang is known for his [[WhipItGood whip]] (although some historian said that said "whip" is more like a [[EpicFlail flail]] or a [[CarryABigStick rod]]).
charge attacks.



* HeroWorshipper: Just max his bond with him as a male character in Conquest mode, he will see you as someone he respects and his goal.

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* HeroWorshipper: HeroWorshipper:
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Just max his bond with him as a male character in Conquest mode, he will see you as someone he respects and his goal.



* HonorBeforeReason: He doesn't like underhanded tactics, and this isn't played for stupidity. When his father insists on making him a hidden "ace in the hole" during his rebellion while his allies fall here and there--and the reason he's keeping Yang back is that he's intentionally drawing the battle out so the Wu and Wei forces can ''completely efface each other'' and leave everything to the Wen--this disgusts Wen Yang so much that he defects, one of the prerequisites of the hypothetical route.
** Oddly enough, to recruit him, YOU have to ascribe to this: The stage where he's in has a mission wherein you use a pincer attack against the enemy to open the castle. In order to get the hypothetical condition, you have to [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption ignore it]] and go LeeroyJenkins, leaving Wen Yang and his dad one of the last three officers in the field.

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* HonorBeforeReason: HonorBeforeReason:
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He doesn't like underhanded tactics, and this isn't played for stupidity. When his father insists on making him a hidden "ace in the hole" during his rebellion while his allies fall here and there--and the reason he's keeping Yang back is that he's intentionally drawing the battle out so the Wu and Wei forces can ''completely efface each other'' and leave everything to the Wen--this disgusts Wen Yang so much that he defects, one of the prerequisites of the hypothetical route.
** Oddly enough, to complete the hypothetical conditions to recruit him, YOU him earlier, ''you'' have to ascribe to this: The stage where he's in has a mission wherein you use a pincer attack against the enemy to open the castle. In order to get the hypothetical condition, you have to [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption ignore it]] and go LeeroyJenkins, leaving Wen Yang and his dad one of the last three officers in the field.



* TallDarkAndHandsome: At 6'6" tall, he towers over everyone else in Jin besides Deng Ai. Unlike Deng Ai, however, he's ''gorgeous''.

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* TallDarkAndHandsome: At 6'6" tall, he towers over everyone else in Jin besides Deng Ai. Unlike Deng Ai, however, he's ''gorgeous''.more gorgeous than handsome.
11th Jun '17 7:40:24 PM Shadeblade11
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* {{Bishounen}}

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* {{Bishounen}}{{Bishonen}}: And he likes to brag about it.



* TheFightingNarcissist: Talented, beautiful, and not afraid to flaunt it. Hilariously, one of his DLC outfits basically makes him Narcissius.

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* TheFightingNarcissist: Talented, beautiful, and not afraid to flaunt it. Hilariously, one of his DLC outfits basically makes him Narcissius.Narcissus.



* {{Bishounen}}

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* {{Bishounen}}{{Bishonen}}: You've seen his face right?



* CatchPhrase[=/=]VerbalTic: "Well well well..."

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* CatchPhrase[=/=]VerbalTic: CatchPhrase: "Well well well..."
11th Jun '17 7:31:10 PM Shadeblade11
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Meta example. In ''7'', where he is first introduced, we are shown these regarding him: having a "Zhuge" name but short-tempered, doesn't show much competence and not live it down as a Zhuge, and he steals Sima Shi's meat buns in Sima Zhao's legend stage and clearly realize he doesn't regret it.
-->'''Zhuge Dan''': (''regarding the meat buns'') I just can't resist its silky smooth exterior.
* BlackSheep: Zhuge Liang is "The Dragon" while Zhuge Jin is "The Tiger", befitting their respective allegiances. Dan, on the other hand, isn't a phoenix (Wei) or a ''kirin''/''qilin'' (Jin), he's "The Dog". Averted personality-wise, since Zhuge Dan is ([[HeWhoFightsMonsters initially]]), just as concerned with the well-being of the people as his forbearers.
* ButtMonkey[=/=]NoRespectGuy: Feels he's treated this way in Jin. Hilariously, try selecting Zhuge Liang to be his sworn ally in Conquest Mode. Zhuge Liang will wonder if he's really related to him.
** This is even more pronounced in 8, where Jia Chong frequently makes condescending compliments towards Zhuge Dan, who completely fails to notice it.

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Meta example. In ''7'', where he is first introduced, we are shown these regarding him: having a "Zhuge" name but short-tempered, doesn't show much competence and not live it down as a Zhuge, and he steals Sima Shi's meat buns in Sima Zhao's legend stage and clearly realize realizes he doesn't regret it.
-->'''Zhuge Dan''': Dan:''' (''regarding the meat buns'') I just can't resist its silky smooth exterior.
* BlackSheep: Zhuge Liang is "The Dragon" while Zhuge Jin is "The Tiger", befitting their respective allegiances. Dan, on the other hand, isn't a phoenix Phoenix (Wei) or a ''kirin''/''qilin'' (Jin), he's "The Dog". Averted personality-wise, since Zhuge Dan is ([[HeWhoFightsMonsters initially]]), just as concerned with the well-being of the people as his forbearers.
* ButtMonkey[=/=]NoRespectGuy: ButtMonkey:
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Feels he's treated this way in Jin. Hilariously, try selecting when Zhuge Liang to be is selected as his sworn ally in ''7's'' Conquest Mode. Zhuge Liang Mode, he will even wonder if he's really related to him.
** This is even more pronounced in 8, ''8'', where Jia Chong frequently makes condescending compliments towards Zhuge Dan, who completely fails to notice it.



---> Zhuge Dan: I am... doing nothing wrong. Why have the Heavens forsaken me?

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---> --> Zhuge Dan: I am... doing nothing wrong. Why have the Heavens forsaken me?



* [[spoiler:TakingYouWithMe]]: [[spoiler:Does this to Zhao by trapping him in a room and [[KillItWithFire setting it ablaze]]. It does not work.]]
* ThrowTheDogABone: Finally gets some genuine praise from his cousin Zhuge Liang in ''Warriors Orochi 3''. Made even better when you take the above BlackSheep description into account.
--->'''Zhuge Dan''': Master Zhuge Liang, [[HeroicSelfDeprecation I am a talentless dog]]...I have dirtied the name of our clan...
--->'''Zhuge Liang''': Dragons and tigers obey no one, yet dogs are forever loyal.
--->'''Zhuge Liang''': If you are a dog, Zhuge Dan, then you are the pride of our clan. [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming There's nothing to be ashamed of]].

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* [[spoiler:TakingYouWithMe]]: [[spoiler:Does TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler:Tries to do this to Zhao by trapping him in a room and [[KillItWithFire setting it ablaze]]. It does not work.]]
* ThrowTheDogABone: Finally gets No pun intended, but he does get some genuine praise from his cousin Zhuge Liang in ''Warriors Orochi 3''. Made even better when you take the above BlackSheep description into account.
--->'''Zhuge
3''.
-->'''Zhuge
Dan''': Master Zhuge Liang, [[HeroicSelfDeprecation I am a talentless dog]]...I have dirtied the name of our clan...
--->'''Zhuge -->'''Zhuge Liang''': Dragons and tigers obey no one, yet dogs are forever loyal.
--->'''Zhuge -->'''Zhuge Liang''': If you are a dog, Zhuge Dan, then you are the pride of our clan. [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming There's nothing to be ashamed of]].



* {{Expy}}: Has an appearance ''very'' similar to [[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Kuroda Kanbei]]. When the two meet during ''Warriors Orochi 3'', [[HilarityEnsues Guo Huai assumes Kanbei is Death itself, finally come for him]].

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* {{Expy}}: Has an appearance ''very'' similar to [[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Kuroda Kanbei]]. When the two meet during in ''Warriors Orochi 3'', [[HilarityEnsues Guo Huai assumes Kanbei is Death itself, finally come for him]].



* HandicappedBadass: When off-duty, Guo Huai deals with his crippling IncurableCoughOfDeath by getting lots of healthy exercise in the fresh air....through ''wrestling tigers''.
** In ''8'', when seen in earlier points in the timeline (and not using stock footage), he sounds very health, evening coughing less. That said, in the Jin storyline, his health, and the vocal energy (at least in the localization) seems to deteriorate.
*** Histrionically, while Guo Huai was only sick for two major campaigns (Mt. Dingjun being one of them), he was one of ''the highest ranking generals'' ever during his time. He also had to leave his post one time to save his wife that got kidnapped back at home, and while Sima Yi in the end did pardon him, it even goes to show he also ''didn't care about his rank or possible demotion at all''. The real Guo Huai was that good of a guy.

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* HandicappedBadass: HandicappedBadass:
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When off-duty, Guo Huai deals with his crippling IncurableCoughOfDeath by getting lots of healthy exercise in the fresh air....air... through ''wrestling tigers''.
** In ''8'', when seen in earlier points in the timeline (and not using stock footage), he sounds very health, evening coughing less. timeline, his mannerisms are a lot less ill. That said, in the Jin storyline, his health, and the health and vocal energy (at least in the localization) seems to deteriorate.
*** Histrionically, while Guo Huai was only sick for two major campaigns (Mt. Dingjun being one of them), he was one of ''the highest ranking generals'' ever during his time. He also had to leave his post one time to save his wife that got kidnapped back at home, and while Sima Yi in the end did pardon him, it even goes to show he also ''didn't care about his rank or possible demotion at all''. The real Guo Huai was that good of a guy.
has deteriorated.



* LargeHam: His Japanese voice actor.
* LifeDrain: His first Musou Attack.

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* LargeHam: His In part to his Japanese voice actor.
* LifeDrain: His first regular Musou Attack.






* TheFightingNarcissist: Talented, beautiful, and not afraid to flaunt it.

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* TheFightingNarcissist: Talented, beautiful, and not afraid to flaunt it. Hilariously, one of his DLC outfits basically makes him Narcissius.



%%* FormFittingWardrobe
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: [[spoiler:Liu Shan's]] Legend Stage in Conquest Mode for ''7'' implies Zhong Hui is this. In the Main Camp, one officer states that hardly anyone ever liked him due to his arrogance and [[spoiler:his betrayal]] finally gives them an excuse to kill him.

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%%* FormFittingWardrobe
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: FormFittingWardrobe: His outfits are very... tight-fitting, considering its basically armor.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes:
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[[spoiler:Liu Shan's]] Legend Stage in Conquest Mode for ''7'' implies Zhong Hui is this. In the Main Camp, one officer states that hardly anyone ever liked him due to his arrogance and [[spoiler:his betrayal]] finally gives them an excuse to kill him.



* AGodAmI: He likes to call himself "{{the chosen one}}".

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* AGodAmI: He likes to call himself "{{the chosen one}}"."TheChosenOne".



* HiddenDepths: A very minor example. Look at his [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ZhongHui_6648.jpg official artwork]] for ''8'', where he's seen holding a paintbrush. That's because the historical Zhong Hui is a talented calligrapher, though he lacks proficiency with the in-game calligraphy brush weapon.

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* HiddenDepths: A very minor example. Look at his [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ZhongHui_6648.jpg official artwork]] for ''8'', where he's seen holding a paintbrush. That's because the historical Zhong Hui is a talented calligrapher, though he lacks proficiency calligrapher. Ironically, he's not very skilled with the in-game calligraphy brush using Ma Dai's brush, due to it being categorised as a Whirlwind weapon rather than a Dash weapon.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Phenomenally arrogant and self-centered, he starts a violent rebellion just to satisfy his over-swollen ego.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Phenomenally arrogant and self-centered, he starts a violent rebellion just to satisfy his over-swollen over-inflated ego.



* JokeWeapon: His joke weapon in ''[[VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi Warriors Orochi 3]]'' is a set of ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'' novels.



* TheRival: Considers Deng Ai this; Deng Ai [[UnknownRival doesn't seem to notice]].

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* TheRival: Considers Deng Ai this; Deng Ai the latter [[UnknownRival doesn't seem to notice]].



* StormOfBlades: His Musou Attacks in ''7''

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* StormOfBlades: His Musou Attacks in ''7''''7''.



** [[MultiWielding Quintuple Wielding]] [[FlyingWeapon Flying]] {{Cool Sword}}s: His WeaponOfChoice are five ''flying'' swords.
** ThrowTheBookAtThem: His joke weapon in ''VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi 3'' is a set of ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'' novel.

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** [[MultiWielding Quintuple Wielding]] [[FlyingWeapon Flying]] {{Cool Sword}}s: His WeaponOfChoice are Since ''7'', Zhong Hui's Favorite weapon is five ''flying'' swords.
** ThrowTheBookAtThem: His joke weapon in ''VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi 3'' is a set of ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'' novel.
swords.
3rd Jun '17 9:19:08 PM YoshimitsuMaster
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* BerserkButton: Don't ever steal his meat buns, or DisproportionateRetribution may follow (See also LostFoodGrievance and FelonyMisdemeanor), as several people (Sima Zhao and Zhuge Dan in this series, Xiaoqiao and Himiko in the crossover) found out the hard way.

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* BerserkButton: Don't ever steal his meat buns, or DisproportionateRetribution may follow (See also LostFoodGrievance and FelonyMisdemeanor), as several people (Sima Zhao and Zhuge Dan in this series, Xiaoqiao and Himiko in the crossover) found out the hard way.meatbuns.
30th May '17 2:50:57 AM sayaleviathan
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-->Voiced by: [[Creator/YukiOno Yuuki Ono]] (Japanese), Robert [=McCollum=] (English)

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-->Voiced by: [[Creator/YukiOno Yuuki Ono]] (Japanese), Robert [=McCollum=] Creator/RobertMcCollum (English)
29th May '17 11:51:48 AM nombretomado
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* ShipTease: With Wang Yi in ''[[WarriorsOrochi Warriors Orochi 3]]'', before his wife became a playable character.

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* ShipTease: With Wang Yi in ''[[WarriorsOrochi ''[[VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi Warriors Orochi 3]]'', before his wife became a playable character.



* ShipTease: Though she and Zhao are an OfficialCouple, she has loads of it with Sima Shi. In ''Warriors Orochi 2: Special'', this also occurs with [[WarriorsOrochi Abe no Seimei]]

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* ShipTease: Though she and Zhao are an OfficialCouple, she has loads of it with Sima Shi. In ''Warriors Orochi 2: Special'', this also occurs with [[WarriorsOrochi [[VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi Abe no Seimei]]
28th May '17 5:41:15 AM Vorpoler
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Added DiffLines:

* FinalBoss: Of Shu's historical route in ''8''.
26th May '17 10:06:30 PM sayaleviathan
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-->Voiced by: Masato Obara (Japanese)

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-->Voiced by: Masato Obara (Japanese)
(Japanese), Creator/ChristopherSabat (English)
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