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Ayane is a female Kunoichi (female ninja) that appears in the Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden series.
A new character in Dynasty Warriors 7 that is a member of the Shu faction with a bladed yo-yo style of weapon.
A poet and composer of the late Han Dynasty that was rescued from the Xiongnu people by Cao Cao.
Cao Cao was a warlord and government official of China's late Han Dynasty. Later in life, he gained control of China's northern plains, which he ruled as Wei, one of three kingdoms of the fractured nation.
Cao Pi was the first emperor of Wei in the Three Kingdoms era of China and the son of the warlord Cao Cao. His appearances in video games are largely inspired by his role in the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
One of Cao Cao's trusted retainers. Cao Ren would gladly sacrifice his life to help his lord.
A concubine of a Chinese king said to be responsible for the fall of China's Shang dynasty.
A character from Romance of the Three Kingdoms, she is one of the two Qiao sisters of the Kingdom of Wu. In Koei's Warriors series, she fights using twin fans.
Deng Ai was a general who served under Wei during the Three Kingdoms era of ancient China. He appears as a playable character in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series and a non-playable character in Dynasty Warriors before the Dynasty Warriors 7, at which point he became playable.
One of Cao Cao's followers. Seems slow at times, but would do anything Cao Cao asks of him.
A woman of unequaled beauty in the waning years of China's Han dynasty, she conspired to bring down the tyrant Dong Zhuo. She is a fictional character loosely based on historical precedent from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
An officer of the Wu Kingdom. This general made his debut in DW7
Infamous tyrant of the 3 Kingdoms era, his eventual downfall came from his greatest warrior betraying him. Character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
A legendary warrior from ancient China. He was originally depicted as a snake with a human head.
Gan Ning was a general in the kingdom of Wu and is a playable character in the DW series. Before joining the Wu, he was a Pirate.
Gongsun Zan was a major warlord during the Three Kingdoms Era of ancient China. He is playable in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of games.
Adopted son of Guan Yu. Follows his father anywhere.
The fictional third son of Guan Yu, he is a playable character in Dynasty Warriors 7.
Guan Yu was a general serving under Liu Bei of the Kingdom of Shu. He is one of the best known historical figures throughout East Asia.
Guo Huai is an officer of the Three Kingdoms era who served Wei. He is a playable character in Dynasty Warriors 7 and considered part of the Jin faction.
A keen strategist working under Wei, his clever strategies would help Cao Cao secure many victories.
A powerful warrior in the service of Dong Zhuo, Hua Xiong was regarded as his greatest warrior before Lu Bu came along. In Koei's games, and in the novel he was killed by Guan Yu.
He is one of the older characters from Dynasty Warriors. He is well known for setting Cao Cao's fleet on fire during The Battle of Chi-Bi.
One of the Five Tiger Generals of Shu Han. Most famous for his defeat of Xiahou Yuan at Mt. Dingjun during Shu's invasion of Hanzhong. Famous both for his advanced age, as well as his archery skills.
Huche'er was hailed as the greatest warrior in Zhang Xiu's army during the Three Kingdoms period of ancient China. He is playable in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series and appears as a non-playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.
A strategist during the Three Kingdoms Era of ancient China. He appears as a playable character in almost every Romance of the Three Kingdoms title, and as an NPC in every Dynasty Warriors title from Dynasty Warriors 2, until Dynasty Warriors 7 where he became playable.
Jiang Wei was a general who served Shu in the Three Kingdoms era of ancient China. He is a playable character in both the Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Dynasty Warriors video game series.
Loyal retainer of Uesugi Kenshin in the Warring States period of Japan.
A playable character in Dynasty Warriors 7, Lian Shi fights for the Kingdom of Wu.
Ling Tong is character from the Dynasty Warriors and Romance of The Three Kingdoms series of games by Koei. He is a warrior serving under the Wu kingdom whose father was killed by Gan Ning. He wields a nunchaku in Dynasty Warriors 5 and a sangjigun in Dynasty Warriors 6.
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