History WMG / DynastyWarriors

18th Jul '16 2:35:41 AM ChrisX
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* Li Jue
** An officer of Dong Zhuo, he particularly looks like a terrifying EvilSorcerer in ''Shin Sangoku Musou Blast''. Anyway, he participated in the Battle of Si Shui Gate as a commander and foreseen how Hua Xiong died. Still loyal to Dong Zhuo after his death, he eventually got his revenge by killing Wang Yun, pretty much making him a hated enemy of Diaochan. Afterwards, he took the Emperor hostage, but ended up getting entangled to a civil war with his ally Guo Si and died as a result.
9th Jul '16 10:35:59 PM ChrisX
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* Mi Shi
** In conjunction of Mi Fang above, this is her sister, one of Liu Bei's wives before Sun Shangxiang, and then the lady who delivered infant Liu Shan to Zhao Yun in Changban before committing suicide on a well. This lady would've been around since the earlier era of Shu, and since Koei puts Liu Bei X SSX as their OTP and Mi Shi WASN'T the blood mother of Liu Shan, Koei can take a lot of liberties with this one: She was one of the wives trapped in Cao Cao's services when Guan Yu was captured and forced to serve him so they could have a lot of rapport together, without actually marrying (female friend or sorts). She would accompany Guan Yu during the 'Guan Yu's Escape' scenario and probably also had a hand in Guan Yu's decision to adopt Guan Ping. While she's more of the intellect type, she would still possess the bravery to protect Liu Shan in Changban (this would translate to a HoldTheLine mission with her) until Zhao Yun arrived, and then she threw herself to the well like usual. Sure, she might be short-lived, but the game also has a lot more short-lived characters like Dian Wei or Pang Tong. Likewise, this might have an effect to Liu Bei, who was also hiding the grief of the loss of one of his wives, though Sun Shangxiang will help him move on. But most importantly, Mi Shi would've been Mi Fang's MoralityChain, on hearing her death, he started having SanitySlippage and blaming others for her death, but especially Guan Yu because he wasn't there at Changban regardless of the good rapport he got during their time trapped by Cao Cao. In case hypothetical scenario exists, Mi Shi might turn out to be a case of [[HesJustHiding She's Just Hiding]], either she survived the fall or she was cunning enough to make sure her fall wouldn't be fatal and then went into hiding (they NeverFoundTheBody after all), only reappearing at Fan Castle to prevent Mi Fang from defecting to Wu.
9th Jul '16 12:47:52 AM ChrisX
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** The EnsembleDarkhorse amongst NPC's, one of Wu's most steadfast generals, serving the 3 generations of Sun family from Jian to Quan alongside Huang Gai and Han Dang, and has a 'unique' weapon, the Serpent Spear (think of it like a toned down version of Zhang Fei's Viper Blade). While he doesn't have historical noteworthiness, Koei can give him some... in particular, his relations with other veteran of Wu: Zu Mao. Cheng Pu and Zu Mao are rather close together, but Zu Mao died as early as the battle of Si Shui Gate against Hua Xiong (this is why Zu Mao probably wouldn't make it to the roster). Mao's death crushed Pu, but then he resolved to protect the family even better, so no one will have to share the same fate as Mao. He becomes increasingly workaholic, as eventually Huang Gai and Han Dang have to convince him to stop that for his health and Cheng Pu would learn the lesson of letting go of the past and focusing on what matters: Servitude to the Lord.

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** The EnsembleDarkhorse amongst NPC's, one of Wu's most steadfast generals, serving the 3 generations of Sun family from Jian to Quan alongside Huang Gai and Han Dang, and has a 'unique' weapon, the Serpent Spear (think of it like a toned down version of Zhang Fei's Viper Blade). While he doesn't have historical noteworthiness, Koei can give him some... in particular, his relations with other veteran of Wu: Zu Mao. Cheng Pu and Zu Mao are rather close together, but Zu Mao died as early as the battle of Si Shui Gate against Hua Xiong (this is why Zu Mao probably wouldn't make it to the roster). Mao's death crushed Pu, but then he resolved to protect the family even better, so no one will have to share the same fate as Mao. He becomes increasingly workaholic, as eventually Huang Gai and Han Dang have to convince him to stop that for his health and Cheng Pu would learn the lesson of letting go of the past and focusing on what matters: Servitude to the Lord.
Lord of Wu.
9th Jul '16 12:47:41 AM ChrisX
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* Cheng Pu
** The EnsembleDarkhorse amongst NPC's, one of Wu's most steadfast generals, serving the 3 generations of Sun family from Jian to Quan alongside Huang Gai and Han Dang, and has a 'unique' weapon, the Serpent Spear (think of it like a toned down version of Zhang Fei's Viper Blade). While he doesn't have historical noteworthiness, Koei can give him some... in particular, his relations with other veteran of Wu: Zu Mao. Cheng Pu and Zu Mao are rather close together, but Zu Mao died as early as the battle of Si Shui Gate against Hua Xiong (this is why Zu Mao probably wouldn't make it to the roster). Mao's death crushed Pu, but then he resolved to protect the family even better, so no one will have to share the same fate as Mao. He becomes increasingly workaholic, as eventually Huang Gai and Han Dang have to convince him to stop that for his health and Cheng Pu would learn the lesson of letting go of the past and focusing on what matters: Servitude to the Lord.
20th Jan '16 2:33:22 PM ShiningDestinyKai
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** A rather negative figure in Shu, but considering Koei's attempt to usually make characters more rounded, this could be his break. Started out as a loyal officer of Shu due to being Liu Bei's brother in law, but shows quite a resentment at Guan Yu, [[PoorCommunicationKills thinking of him being mistreated while Guan Yu was in fact thinking the best for him.]] This ends with him eventually defecting to Wu, but [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone he was devastated on the realization that his actions killed Guan Yu]]. So, he decided that Yiling would be his final battle and he lets himself get killed by Guan Xing as a penance.

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** A rather negative figure in Shu, but considering Koei's attempt to usually make characters more rounded, this could be his break. Started out as a loyal officer of Shu due to being Liu Bei's brother in law, but shows quite a bit of resentment at towards Guan Yu, [[PoorCommunicationKills thinking of him himself as being mistreated while Guan Yu was in fact thinking of the best for him.]] This ends with him eventually defecting to Wu, but [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone he was devastated on at the realization that his actions killed Guan Yu]]. So, he decided that Yiling would be his final battle and he lets himself get killed by Guan Xing as a penance.



A Wu general who served under all three playable Sun patriarchs.

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** A Wu general who served under all three playable Sun patriarchs.
patriarchs. He fought alongside Sun Jian as early as the campaign against Dong Zhuo. He was noted for his filial piety and modesty, was a skilled and successful tactician, and displayed great ability and talent in all of his missions, even once protecting members of Sun Ce's family. Zhu Zhi received many ranks and titles for the many battles he fought in service to his kingdom. He also became the adoptive father of Zhu Ran.
20th Jan '16 1:23:41 PM ShiningDestinyKai
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* Zhu Zhi
A Wu general who served under all three playable Sun patriarchs.
5th Jan '16 3:09:46 PM PutYaGunsOn
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If you think about it, it makes sense. Up until ''5'', Cao Cao is spelled as 'Cow Cow' and is a CardCarryingVillain. But in ''6'' and forward (or rather, the VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi series), the spelling was fixed, and he starts acting more as an AntiVillain. So who's to say that up until [=DW5=] we've been dealing with an imposter named 'Cow Cow', pretending to be Cao Cao, until the man himself took over in ''6''/WO and made sweeping changes to how Wei works, so it's more of an AntiVillain faction?

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If you think about it, it makes sense. Up until ''5'', Cao Cao is spelled as 'Cow Cow' and is a CardCarryingVillain. But in ''6'' and forward (or rather, the VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi series), the spelling was fixed, and he starts acting more as an AntiVillain. So who's to say that up until [=DW5=] we've been dealing with an imposter named 'Cow Cow', pretending to be Cao Cao, until the man himself took over in ''6''/WO and made sweeping changes to how Wei works, so it's more of an AntiVillain faction?faction?

[[WMG: The "Rival Warlords" scenario in DW8:Empires takes place in the VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi world]]

It has characters from DW, Bladestorm, Taira Kiyomori, and even Genghis Khan at war with each other in a very time-displaced China. Kiyomori and his officers (namely Sun Wukong and Himiko) look like their Orochi incarnations, and the very premise is right up Orochi's alley.
28th Dec '15 12:49:55 PM NickTheSwing
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[[WMG: Similarly to the above, there will be a Dynasty Warriors: World War II.]]
11th Dec '15 10:08:14 AM dotchan
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* Cao Rui
** Cao Pi's son by Lady Zhen. Had a CallingTheOldManOut moment after Cao Pi had Lady Zhen executed on pretenses that she was too jealous of his other concubines. Was the ruler of Wei when Himiko sent emissaries to China, so this would be a way for her to cameo in the Dynasty Warriors series.



** Officer of Later Shu who guarded Shu's side against Wu while Jiang Wei attempted his campaigns and managed to hold them off. Later surrended and served Jin after Chengdu fell. His Musou would be of beating Wu at Baidi Castle and racing back to Chengdu and aiding Shu and repelling The Wei Forces.

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** Officer of Later Shu who guarded Shu's side against Wu while Jiang Wei attempted his campaigns and managed to hold them off. Later surrended surrendered and served Jin after Chengdu fell. His Musou would be of beating Wu at Baidi Castle and racing back to Chengdu and aiding Shu and repelling The Wei Forces.
23rd Oct '15 2:09:30 AM ChrisX
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* Mi Fang
** A rather negative figure in Shu, but considering Koei's attempt to usually make characters more rounded, this could be his break. Started out as a loyal officer of Shu due to being Liu Bei's brother in law, but shows quite a resentment at Guan Yu, [[PoorCommunicationKills thinking of him being mistreated while Guan Yu was in fact thinking the best for him.]] This ends with him eventually defecting to Wu, but [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone he was devastated on the realization that his actions killed Guan Yu]]. So, he decided that Yiling would be his final battle and he lets himself get killed by Guan Xing as a penance.
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