History Characters / RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms

25th Mar '18 6:11:12 PM OtisMurdoch
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* BadBoss: He had a reputation for being harsh with his men, even beating or killing them if enraged.


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* BloodKnight: He lives to fight, and he's damn good at it. He tends to get himself into trouble and debauchery when he doesn't have a battle to occupy him.


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* ManlyTears: His emotional volatility sometimes induced these.


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* UndyingLoyalty: His defining trait, after his alcoholism and skill. He's unshakably devoted to his BloodBrothers Liu Bei and Guan Yu.
8th Mar '18 3:16:13 PM SunMushan
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* Hypocrite : Was the person who pointed out Lu Bu's ChronicBackstabbingDisorder when Cao Cao considered sparing the former.

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* Hypocrite : HypocriteHasAPoint: Was the person who pointed out Lu Bu's ChronicBackstabbingDisorder when Cao Cao considered sparing the former.
8th Mar '18 3:15:46 PM SunMushan
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* Hypocrite: Was the person who pointed out Lu Bu's ChronicBackstabbingDisorder when Cao Cao considered sparing the former.

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* Hypocrite: Hypocrite : Was the person who pointed out Lu Bu's ChronicBackstabbingDisorder when Cao Cao considered sparing the former.
8th Mar '18 3:13:24 PM SunMushan
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* Hypocrite: Was the person who pointed out Lu Bu's ChronicBackstabbingDisorder when Cao Cao considered sparing the former.
8th Mar '18 8:59:54 AM ChrisX
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* WoundedGazelleGambit: He and Zhou Yu pretend to have a feud each other to give Cao Cao a false sense of opportunity for him to exploit. He gains the trust of Cao Cao after he gets flogged with 50 sticks for talking back to Zhou Yu and becomes TheMole within the Wei army.

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* WoundedGazelleGambit: He and Zhou Yu pretend to have a feud each other to give Cao Cao a false sense of opportunity for him to exploit. He gains the trust of Cao Cao after he gets flogged with 50 sticks for talking back to Zhou Yu and becomes TheMole within the Wei army.




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* WoundedGazelleGambit: He and Zhou Yu pretend to have a feud each other to give Cao Cao a false sense of opportunity for him to exploit. He gains the trust of Cao Cao after he gets flogged with 50 sticks for talking back to Zhou Yu and becomes TheMole within the Wei army.
13th Feb '18 2:12:29 AM Cryoclaste
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* AnOfficerAndAGentleman




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* OfficerAndAGentleman
2nd Feb '18 4:45:11 AM DienShihGeng
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* TheHedonist: Liu Shan has been living in its capital city Luoyang for some time after surrendering to the kingdom of Wei. When Sima Zhao asks him if he misses the country that used to be under his rule, Liu Shan responded that he is so happy living here and enjoys the music, wine, and the dancing women that he doesn't miss his former land at all.



* OneManArmy: He was able to plow through Cao Cao's army just to rescue Liu Chan. However, Cao Cao was so impressed with his combat prowess that he ordered his men to capture him.

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* OneManArmy: He was able to plow through Cao Cao's army just to rescue Liu Chan. However, Cao Cao was so impressed with by his combat prowess that he ordered his men to capture him.



Defected from Han Xuan because of Han's shoddy treatment of Huang Zhong and his own desire to serve Liu Bei. Served Liu Bei loyally and skillfully, but after Liu Bei's death he became dissatisfied. Zhuge Liang was able to keep a leash on him, but on Zhuge's death he revolted and was evetually killed.

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Defected from Han Xuan because of Han's shoddy treatment of Huang Zhong and his own desire to serve Liu Bei. Served Liu Bei loyally and skillfully, but after Liu Bei's death he became dissatisfied. Zhuge Liang was able to keep a leash on him, but on Zhuge's death he revolted and was evetually eventually killed.



A general of Wei, and elder cousin of Dun. Was famous for his lightning quick attack, but was easily provoked into attacking which led to his downfall.

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A general of Wei, and elder cousin of Dun. Was famous for his lightning quick lightning-quick attack, but was easily provoked into attacking which led to his downfall.



* StoutStrength: Once dragged two stampeding oxen backwards by their tails.

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* StoutStrength: Once dragged two stampeding oxen backwards backward by their tails.



One of the Five Generals of Wei. Frequently served as Sima Yi's front line commander, and was feared by Zhuge Liang.

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One of the Five Generals of Wei. Frequently served as Sima Yi's front line front-line commander, and was feared by Zhuge Liang.



One of the Five Generals of Wei. Amongst other accomplishments, he was one of the three generals who held Hefei against Sun Quans large army.

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One of the Five Generals of Wei. Amongst other accomplishments, he was one of the three generals who held Hefei against Sun Quans Quan's large army.



* SourSupporter: His cautiousness clashed with most of his compatriots more direct style of combat. However, he was usually justified.

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* SourSupporter: His cautiousness clashed with most of his compatriots compatriot's more direct style of combat. However, he was usually justified.



Former officer of Ma Chao and Zhang Lu. Marched against Guan Yu to prove his loyalty to Cao Cao, he was captured by Guan Yu owing to the jealousy of Yu Jin, and then executed.

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Former The former officer of Ma Chao and Zhang Lu. Marched against Guan Yu to prove his loyalty to Cao Cao, he was captured by Guan Yu owing to the jealousy of Yu Jin, Jin and then executed.



Advisor to Cao Cao, responsible for many of his early victories. He would die of illness in his thirties while on campaign, and Cao Cao would lament his absence at the Battle of Chi Bi.

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Advisor to Cao Cao, responsible for many of his early victories. He would die of illness in his thirties while on a campaign, and Cao Cao would lament his absence at the Battle of Chi Bi.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: His takeover of Wei is seen as a direct parallel to Cao Cao's takeover of the Han, including having his son actually be the first one to take the throne. Some translations even call it revenge for the Han's fall.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: His takeover of Wei is seen as a direct parallel to Cao Cao's takeover of the Han, including having his son actually be the first one to take the throne. Some translations even call it revenge for the Han's Han dynasty's fall.



* GeniusBruiser: A given for a man who descens from Sun Tzu, the writer of the ''Art of War''.

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* GeniusBruiser: A given for a man who descens descends from Sun Tzu, the writer of the ''Art of War''.



Advisor to the Sun family. He was especially close to Sun Ce, who was his blood brother. After Ce's death, he served Sun Quan capably, but was never able to keep up with the wiles of Zhuge Liang.

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Advisor to the Sun family. He was especially close to Sun Ce, who was his blood brother. After Ce's death, he served Sun Quan capably, capably but was never able to keep up with the wiles of Zhuge Liang.



A former pirate who joins Sun Quan after serving Sun Quan's rival, Liu Biao. During his previous service he killed Ling Tong's father, causing friction between the two.

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A former pirate who joins Sun Quan after serving Sun Quan's rival, Liu Biao. During his previous service service, he killed Ling Tong's father, causing friction between the two.



A taoist mystic leading a rebellion against the Han Empire, kickstarting the end of the Dynasty.

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A taoist Taoist mystic leading a rebellion against the Han Empire, kickstarting the end of the Dynasty.



Meng Huo's wife who claimed to be a descendant from the goddess of fire. She is the only woman in the book to actually fight.

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Meng Huo's wife who claimed to be a descendant from of the goddess of fire. She is the only woman in the book to actually fight.
14th Jan '18 8:33:35 AM DienShihGeng
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* AntiHero: A bit of a Type III.

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* %%* AntiHero: A bit of a Type III.



* YouShallNotPass

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* YouShallNotPass
YouShallNotPass: He manages to make Cao Cao's army retreat simply through VictoryThroughIntimidation when one of the generals died of shock from excessive fear.




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* WoundedGazelleGambit: He and Zhou Yu pretend to have a feud each other to give Cao Cao a false sense of opportunity for him to exploit. He gains the trust of Cao Cao after he gets flogged with 50 sticks for talking back to Zhou Yu and becomes TheMole within the Wei army.
14th Sep '17 4:53:55 AM DienShihGeng
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* MadeOfIron: He plays a game of [[TabletopGame/{{Go}} Weiqi]] and drinks a few cups of wine when he undergoes surgery because his arm was shot by a poison arrow. This man doesn't even flinch and even smiles when the surgeon carves out the toxin off his bones, though the other player and bystanders couldn't help but cringe at the disturbing sight.
10th Apr '17 7:28:48 AM DienShihGeng
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* MagnificentBastard / SmugSnake: Because the book was compiled from different sources (including history, folklore, and other popular works of fiction), Cao's character fluctuates between these two extremes.



* MemeticBadass
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