Encyclopedia: Guan Yinping

Lady Guan [Yinping]; Lady Kuan; 関夫人[銀屏]

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Lady Guan [Yinping] 関夫人[銀屏]

Game Name:
Guan Yinping

Lived: Unknown

Biographies:
None Available

Served: Shu

Daughter of Guan Yu. Sun Quan wanted to arrange a marriage between her and Sun Deng.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Lady Kuan [Yinp‘ing]
Simplified Chinese: 関夫人[银屏]

Name Notes: Guan Yinping is a fictional name given to her by Koei.

Family and Relationships

Guan Yu (Father); Guan Ping, Guan Xing, Guan Suo (Brothers)

Fact vs. Fiction

Differences Between Fact and Common Fiction

  • Outside Wu’s proposal to Guan Yu that his daughter be married and his refusal, information in this entry may be considered fictional.

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 73

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Biography

Fictional Biography

Dong Bai, daughter of Guan Yu, is a fictional character who has appeared as a secret character in Koei’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI.

“Guan Yu’s daughter. She appears in popular folklore as having the bravery of her father and participating in Zhuge Liang’s conquest of Nanman. When there was a suggestion of a marriage proposal between Sun Quan’s son and Guan Yu’s daughter. Guan Yu refused, saying “How can I give a tiger’s daughter to a dog’s whelp?” (1) This angered Sun Quan, and was one of the reasons Sun Quan’s Forces invaded Jing Province.” (2)

1: Although Guan Yinping is fictional as presented in Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI, the story of the marriage proposal to Guan Yu and his refusal, along with the consequences, are based on recorded Three Kingdoms history.

2: Source: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI

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May 13, 2014