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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.
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.
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Shu's illusionist. He loves to use nature to trick enemies.
Sima Lang was a politician of the late Han Dynasty, and the older brother of Sima Yi. He was said to be greatly compassionate, taking the interests of the common people to heart.
Strategist for the Wei forces. Just as ruthless as Cao Cao and easily sacrifices his own men to set a trap.
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A child-like character who hates being called fat. Joined Cao Cao when one of his officers was kind to Xu Zhu.
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