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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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
Lu Bu is a mighty general from the Three Kingdoms Era of China and has been immortalized in such games as the Dynasty Warriors series and Warriors Orochi. With his trusty horse Red Hare by his side, he rides into battle without fear.
Pang De is an officer of Wei, and is a character from the Romance of Three Kingdom novel. First appeared in DW:5 and he dual wields halbards.
Strategist for the Wei forces. Just as ruthless as Cao Cao and easily sacrifices his own men to set a trap.
A Wu general, he would meet his fate at the hands of Zhang Liao. Character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
Styled Yuanrang, he is the cousin and loyal vassal of Cao Cao. A stalwart member of the Wei forces during their formative years, he is best remembered today through his portrayal in the Dynasty Warriors franchise.
Xu Huang was an accomplished warrior during the Three Kingdoms Era of ancient China. He served Cao Cao, and was considered one of his finest generals.
A child-like character who hates being called fat. Joined Cao Cao when one of his officers was kind to Xu Zhu.
A man of high nobility, Yuan Shao intends to rule over China. A character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
Zhang He is the one of the "Five Elite Generals" of Wei, the implicit villain side in the Dynasty Warriors and Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of video games. He is a historical figure based on the romanticized depiction in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms novel.
Leader of the Yellow Turban Rebellion, he and his two brothers intended to bring China into a new enlightenment with their mastery of sorcery. Character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
One of the most powerful fighters in the land, he defended He Fei so vigorously that the civilians and other warriors were in awe of his strength.
Wife of Cao Pi, the first emperor of the state of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period. She was posthumously honored as an empress when her son, Cao Rui, succeeded Cao Pi as the second emperor of Wei.
A proven warrior and Wu leader Sun Quan's personal bodyguard. Character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
Wu's master tactician, he could never catch up with his Shu rival Zhuge Liang. Character based on a historical figure from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms story.
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