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Bian Hong; Lived AD ?–204
Part of Sun Yi’s escort, he assassinated his master after dusk. Executed by his co-conspirators.
Appearances: 38
Bu Chan (Zhongsi); Lived AD 222–272
Served Wu. Bu Zhi’s son. Surrendered his city to Jin. Killed by Lu Kang.
Appearances: 120
Bu Zhi (Zishan); Lived AD 180–247
Served Sun Quan. Accurately predicted Guan Yu’s invasion of Jing.
Appearances: 43, 44, 68, 73, 83
Cai He; Lived ?–208
Cai Mao’s brother. Surrendered to Wu before Chibi, but executed by Zhou Yu.
Appearances: 34, 46, 47, 49
Cai Lin; Lifespan Unknown
Officer of Zhuge Ke, he defected to Wei with his entire company at Xincheng.
Appearances: 108
Cai Zhong; Lived AD ?–208
Cai Mao’s cousin. Surrendered to Wu before Chibi, but was killed by Gan Ning.
Appearances: 34, 46, 47, 49, 50
Cen Hun; Lived AD ?–280
Eunuch and favourite of Sun Hao, he was killed and eaten by palace officials.
Appearances: 120
Chen Wu (Zilie); Lived AD 1?–215
Served Sun Ce as Commandant. Surrounded at Hefei and fought to his death.
Appearances: 15, 49, 51, 55, 61, 67, 68
Cheng Bing (Deshu); Lived c.172–c.225
Advisor to Sun Quan. Sent as diplomat, with Zhang Fei’s head, to Liu Bei at Yiling.
Appearances: 38, 43, 83
Cheng Pu (Demou); Lived AD ?–c.210
Served three generations of the Sun family. From Tuyin in Youbeiping.
Appearances: 57, 15, 29, 39, 44, 45, 4953, 56, 67, 75
Cheng Zi; Lifespan Unlisted
Son of Cheng Pu, went instead of his father to the war meeting at Chi Bi.
Appearances: 44
Chunyu Dan; Lived Unknown–
Sent by Lu Xun to test Liu Bei’s encampments. Is defeated and wounded.
Appearances: 84
Cui Yu; Lifespan Unlisted
Went to Sun Huan’s aid instead of Zhu Ran but was captured and executed.
Appearances: 82
Da Qiao; Lifespan Unknown
Elder of Wu’s Qiao Sisters. Sister to Xiao Qiao. Married to Sun Ce.
Appearances: 29, 44, 48, 54
Dai Yuan; Lived AD ?–204
Killed Sun Yi, Bian Hong and Sun He before he was assassinated.
Appearances: 38
Deng Cheng; Lifespan Unlisted
Received the royal seal of the deposed Sun Liang.
Appearances: 113
Ding Feng (Chengyuan); Lived AD ?–271
Famous Wu officer, assassinated Sun Chen with Zhang Bu. Defeated Wei at Dongxing.
Appearances: 38, 44, 49, 51, 55, 56, 75, 76, 83, 84, 86, 108, 117, 119, 120
Ding Feng; Lifespan Unknown
Served Sun Xiu under Ding Feng with Sun Yi. Dispatched to aid Zhuge Zhan.
Appearances: 117
Dong Chao; Lifespan Unlisted
Sent as Imperial Envoy to request Sun Xiu take the throne.
Appearances: 113
Dong Xi (Yuandai); Lived AD ?–217
Historically killed two generals, drowned with his ship, refusing pleas to leave it.
Appearances: 15, 38, 53, 67, 68
Du Lu; Lifespan Unlisted
General at Yiling, cornered by Lu Xun’s forces and surrendered.
Appearances: 82
Empress Quan; Lived AD ?–c.301
Described as sensitive and beautiful, she was Sun Liang’s empress.
Appearances: 113
Fan Jiang; Lifespan Unlisted
Assassinated Zhang Fei with Zhang Da and then fled to Wu.
Appearances: 81, 83
Fu Shiren (Junyi); Lived ?–222
Persuaded by Lü Meng to betray Guan Yu. Killed by Guan Xing after trying to return to Shu.
Appearances: 73, 75, 76, 83
Fu Ying; Lifespan Unlisted
General of Sun Yi, avenged his master’s murder by killing Gui Lan.
Appearances: 38
Gan Ning (Xingba); Lived AD 175–c.219
Known to be brave and strong. Served Huang Zu, then Wu. Died of illness.
Appearances: 38, 39, 4547, 4951, 53, 56, 6668, 82, 83
Gan Xiu; Lifespan Unlisted
Old man who warned Sun Xiu to “move faster, for things may change swiftly.”
Appearances: 113
Ge Ding; Lived AD ?–208
Served Taishi Ci, tried to kill Zhang Liao but was caught by Li Dian.
Appearances: 53
Gu Li (A-li); Lifespan Unlisted
Bodyguard, helped Sun Quan across a broken bridge at Hefei. Admired by Sun Quan.
Appearances: 67
Gu Yong (Yuantan); Lived AD 168–243
Studied under Cai Yong. Convinced to join Wu by Zhang Hong. Became Prime Minister.
Appearances: 29, 38, 43, 44, 56, 61, 65, 68, 73, 82, 83, 86, 96, 98
Gui Lan; Lived AD ?–204
Killed Sun Yi, Bian Hong and Sun He before he was executed by Sun Yi’s officials.
Appearances: 38
Han Dang (Yigong); Lived AD c.156–227
Veteran general in service to the Sun family. Served three generations.
Appearances: 57, 15, 29, 44, 45, 4851, 55, 61, 67, 75, 76, 8284
Han Zong; Lifespan Unlisted
Sent by Hu Zun to attack Wu forts but was killed in a raid by Ding Feng.
Appearances: 108
He Zhi; Lifespan Unknown
Grandson of He Qi. Son of He Da. Sun Hao’s Minister of the Interior.
Appearances: 120
Hu Chong; Lived AD c.210–?
Persuaded Sun Hao not to commit suicide but to surrender to Jin instead.
Appearances: 120
Hua He (Yongxian); Lived AD ?–276
Told Sun Hao not to attack but to gain the love of the people. Left court bemoaning Wu’s fate.
Appearances: 119, 120
Hua Xin (Ziyu); Lived AD 157–231
Head of “The Dragon”, a group of three scholars. Promoted Emperor Xian’s abdication.
Appearances: 29, 56, 66, 69, 78, 79, 80, 91, 94, 99
Huan Jie (Boxu); Lived AD ?–c.223
Negotiated the return of Sun Jian’s body. Involved with Xian’s abdication.
Appearances: 7, 8, 79, 80
Huan Yi; Lifespan Unlisted
Killed by Sun Chen for claiming that Sun Liang should not be deposed.
Appearances: 113
Huang Gai (Gongfu); Lived AD c.145–c.208
Veteran general in Wu. Came up with the “Bitter Meat Plan” for Chibi.
Appearances: 57, 15, 43, 44, 46, 47, 49, 50, 55, 67
Jia Hua; Lifespan Unlisted
Officer of Wu. Guarded Sun Quan at the battle of Hefei.
Appearances: 53, 54
Jiang Qin (Gongyi); Lived AD 168–219
Led the volunteer forces that joined Sun Ce in the battle of Qu’e.
Appearances: 15, 44, 45, 49, 51, 56, 67, 68, 75, 76
Jiang Yan; Lifespan Unlisted
Warned Zhuge Ke not to attack Wei due to white mist and was stripped of rank.
Appearances: 108
Jiao Yi; Lifespan Unlisted
Advisor of Zhuge Dan, slipped over the walls and surrendered to Wei.
Appearances: 112
Kan Ze (Derun); Lifespan Unlisted
Delivered Huang Gai’s false letter of defection to Cao Cao.
Appearances: 38, 46, 47, 49, 66, 83
Lady Pan; Lived AD ?–253
Wife of Sun Quan, the Lord of Wu. Was a native of Juzhang in Kuaiji.
Appearances: 108
Lady Sun; Lifespan Unlisted
Quan Shang told her of Sun Liang’s plot against Sun Chen. She warned Chen.
Appearances: 113
Lady Sun [Sun Shangxiang]; Lived AD c.189–?
Sun Quan’s sister. Married to Liu Bei by Sun Quan, but later returned to Wu.
Appearances: 7, 5456, 61, 77, 82, 83, 84
Lady Wang; Lifespan Unlisted
Second only to Madam Bu, Sun Luban slandered her to death.
Appearances: 108
Lady Wu; Lived AD ?–202
Mother of Sun Quan and Sun Ce. Wife to Sun Jian. Endorsed marriage of lady Sun.
Appearances: 7, 29, 38, 54, 55, 61
Lady Xu; Lifespan Unknown
Wife of Sun Quan, the Lord of Wu. Was a native of Fuchun in Wu Commandary.
Appearances: 108
Lady Xu; Lived Unlisted–
Wife of Sun Yi, versed in the Book of Changes. Helped avenge her husband’s murder.
Appearances: 38
Li Yi; Lifespan Unknown
General of Sun Huan. Slain by Guan Xing in the novel.
Appearances: 82
Ling Cao; Lived AD ?–203
Served Wu. Was killed in one of Gan Ning’s arrow attacks fighting Huang Zu.
Appearances: 15, 38, 39
Ling Tong (Gongji); Lived AD 189–217
Served Wu. Resented Gan Ning for killing his father, Ling Cao, but later forgave him.
Appearances: 38, 39, 44, 4951, 53, 56, 67, 68, 8284
Liu Cheng; Lifespan Unlisted
Guarded the gates of the palace. Executed by Sun Chen for taking part in Sun Liang’s plot.
Appearances: 113
Liu Lüe; Lifespan Unlisted
General under Zhuge Ke, defended against Wei.
Appearances: 108
Liu Ning; Lifespan Unlisted
Participated in Liu Bei’s attack on Wu, but was defeated and surrendered.
Appearances: 82
Liu Ping; Lifespan Unlisted
Officer of Wu. Was executed by Sun Hao for objecting to his cruelty.
Appearances: 120
Liu Zan (Zhengming); Lifespan Unlisted
Father of Liu Lue. Marched to meet Wei’s invasion on Zhuge Ke’s orders.
Appearances: 108
Liu Zhang (Jiyu); Lived AD ?–219
Son of Liu Yan. Governed Ba-shu before Liu Bei took his kingdom out from under his feet.
Appearances: 16, 21, 38, 54, 56, 57, 5965
Lou Xuan (Chengxian); Lifespan Unlisted
Executed for rebuking Sun Hao about his tyranny.
Appearances: 120
Lü Ba; Lifespan Unlisted
Son of Lü Meng, was given hereditary nobility.
Appearances: 77
Lü Dai (Dinggong); Lived AD 161–256
General of Wu. Executed the last vestiges of the Shi clan in Jiao province.
Appearances: 108
Lü Fan (Ziheng); Lived AD ?–228
Was an aide to Yuan Shu, but left for Sun Ce. Suggested Lady Sun’s marriage.
Appearances: 15, 29, 44, 54, 76, 77, 85
Lu Ji (Gongji); Lived AD 188–219
During his youth, he was said to have stolen an orange from Yuan Shu to give to his mother.
Appearances: 38, 43
Lu Jing (Shiren); Lived AD 249–280
The second son of Lu Kang and Wu Grand Admiral. Died in battle with Jin forces.
Appearances: 120
Lü Ju (Shiyi); Lived AD ?–256
Second son of Lü Fan and an officer of Wu. Killed by Sun Chen.
Appearances: 108, 111, 113
Lu Kai (Jingfeng); Lived AD 198–269
Together with Wan Yu, shared the responsibility of Prime Minister under Sun Hao.
Appearances: 120
Lu Kang (Youjie); Lived AD 226–274
Lu Xun’s second son. Known to be as capable a commander as his father.
Appearances: 119, 120
Lü Meng (Ziming); Lived AD 178–220
Served Wu. Originally a skilled warrior, turned out to be a scholar as well.
Appearances: 38, 44, 4951, 56, 61, 6668, 73, 75, 76, 77, 82, 83, 103, 110
Lu Su (Zijing); Lived AD 172–217
Brilliant and insightful Wu commander. Was ambassador to Shu.
Appearances: 29, 39, 4249, 5154, 5658, 66, 67, 69
Lu Xun (Boyan); Lived AD 183–245
Famous and brilliant Wu commander that defeated Liu Bei at Yiling.
Appearances: 38, 44, 49, 50, 53, 68, 75, 8387, 9698, 102, 103, 108, 119
Luo Tong (Gongxu); Lived AD 193–228
Vassal of Sun Quan, famed for being a poor yet honourable man, loyal to his step mother.
Appearances: 38, 43
Ma Zhong; Lived AD ?–222
Captured Guan Yu and Guan Ping. Executed to satiate Liu Bei in the novel.
Appearances: 77, 81, 83
Meng Zong (Gongwu); Lived AD ?–271
One of the 24 paragons of filial piety, almost executed for leaving post to attend funeral.
Appearances: 113
Mi Fang (Zifang); Lived Unknown–
Mi Zhu’s brother. Served all three kingdoms. Surrendered to Wu after threat of punishment from Guan Yu.
Appearances: 18, 22, 28, 31, 3941, 49, 63, 65, 73, 75, 76, 81, 83
Pan Jun (Chengming); Lived AD ?–240
Began his career under Liu Biao then Liu Bei. After Guan Yu’s death, served in Wu.
Appearances: 73, 75
Pan Zhang (Wengui); Lived AD 171–234
Served Wu. Led the forces which captured Guan Yu and his son, Guan Ping.
Appearances: 38, 44, 49, MR:50, 51, 55, 61, 67, 75, 77, 81, 82, 83
Puyang Xing (Ziyuan); Lived AD ?–265
Supported Sun Hao after Sun Xiu died, helping to elevate him to Emperor.
Appearances: 120
Qiao Xuan (Gongzu); Lived AD 110–184
Recognised Cao Cao’s talent and predicted Han would collapse. Noble offical.
Appearances: 1, 44, 48, 54
Quan Cong (Zihuang); Lived AD ?–249
Son of Quan Rou and son-in-law of Sun Quan. Served Wu as general and advisor.
Appearances: 96, 105
Quan Duan; Lifespan Unlisted
Defended Shouchun during Zhuge Dan’s rebellion, but surrendered to Wei.
Appearances: 111, 112
Quan Yi; Lifespan Unlisted
Tries to cut way into Shouchun but sees defeat is inevitable. Defects and persuades family to do so.
Appearances: 112
Quan Ji; Lived AD ?–258
Brother-in-law of Sun Liang. Ordered to kill Sun Chen by Sun Liang, but was executed.
Appearances: 113
Quan Shang; Lifespan Unlisted
Father of Quan Ji. Was killed after his wife revealed his son’s plot against Sun Chen.
Appearances: 113
Quan Wei; Lifespan Unlisted
Quan Duan’s son. Aided Zhuge Dan’s rebellion, but had to surrender.
Appearances: 112
Quan Yi; Lifespan Unlisted
Quan Cong’s son. Sent to aid Zhuge Dan’s rebellion, but surrendered to Wei.
Appearances: 108, 111, 112
Shang Guang; Lifespan Unlisted
Soothsayer who predicted Sun Hao would conquer Jin.
Appearances: 120
Shen Ying; Lived AD ?–c.280
General of the Left under Sun Hao who was slain during Jin’s conquest of Wu.
Appearances: 120
Shi Ji; Lived AD ?–221
Sent out by Pan Zhang to duel Huang Zhong but was killed.
Appearances: 83
Shi Shuo; Lifespan Unlisted
Imperial Guard under Sun Xiu who reported Sun Chen’s rebellion.
Appearances: 113
Song Qian; Lifespan Unlisted
Served Wu. In the novel, is killed by Li Dian at Hefei, but historically fights at Yiling.
Appearances: 53
Su Fei; Lifespan Unlisted
Convinced Gan Ning to leave Huang Zu and join Sun Quan.
Appearances: 38, 39
Sun Ce (Bofu); Lived AD 175–200
Sun Jian’s oldest son. Built the foundation of the Wu kingdom.
Appearances: 7, 8, 1518, 21, 28, 29, 38, 42, 44, 48, 57, 68, 82, 83, 97, 120
Sun Chen (Zitong); Lived AD 231–258
Executed a number of Wu officials and abused his authority, deposed Sun Liang.
Appearances: 111, 112, 113
Sun Deng (Zigao); Lived AD 209–241
Set to be Quan’s successor, but died young. Kind and sought out goodness.
Appearances: 98, 108
Sun En; Lifespan Unlisted
Relative of Sun Chen, he was sent to escort Sun Xiu to take the throne.
Appearances: 113
Sun Gan; Lifespan Unlisted
Got rank thanks to Sun Chen and was executed when Chen was killed.
Appearances: 113
Sun Gao; Lifespan Unknown
Old general of Sun Yi, avenged the death of his master.
Appearances: 38
Sun Hao (Yuanzong); Lived AD 242–283
Last Emperor of Wu. Destroyed the country through tyranical rule and wasteful projects.
Appearances: 113, 120
Sun He (Zixiao); Lifespan Unlisted
Heir to Sun Quan but quarrelled with his brother Sun Ba. Dismissed by his father.
Appearances: 108, 120
Sun He (Bohai); Lived AD ?–204
Investigated Sun Yi’s death but was assassinated. Adopted into Yu clan by Sun Jian.
Appearances: 82
Sun Huan (Shuwu); Lived AD 196–?
Part of invasion of Jing. Trapped at Yiling, he holds out until Lu Xun achieves victory.
Appearances: 8284
Sun Ji; Lifespan Unlisted
Officer of Wu. Took over Lu Kang’s position when Kang was removed from office.
Appearances: 120
Sun Jian (Wentai); Lived AD 155–192
Father of Sun Ce, Sun Quan, and the kingdom of Wu.
Appearances: 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 15, 21, 39, 42, 46, 82, 120
Sun Jiao (Shulang); Lived c.180–219
Held off Cao Cao’s forces at Ruxukou. A generous and honourable man.
Appearances: 75
Sun Jing (Youtai); Lifespan Unlisted
Raised up the troops that would be Jian’s personal guard. Helped defeat Wang Lang.
Appearances: 7, 15, 29, 39, 75, 108
Sun Ju; Lifespan Unlisted
Held high office due to being related to Sun Chen.
Appearances: 113
Sun Jun (Ziyuan); Lived AD 218–256
Joined Teng Yin in assassinating Zhuge Ke, later controlled the court.
Appearances: 108, 110, 111, 113
Sun Kai; Lifespan Unlisted
Relative of Sun Chen, sent as Imperial Envoy to Sun Xiu.
Appearances: 113
Sun Kuang (Jizuo); Lived AD c.185–c.205
Married daughter of Cao Ren, died at twenty without having held office.
Appearances: 7, 29
Sun Lang (Zaoan); Lifespan Unknown
The fifth son of Sun Jian. Led a command at Dongkou but accidentally burned his own camp.
Appearances: 7
Sun Liang (Ziming); Lived AD 243–260
Became Emperor, but was dethroned by Sun Chen after failed attempt to remove Chen.
Appearances: 108, 111, 113
Sun Luban (Dahu); Lifespan Unknown
Lover of Sun Jun. Caused deaths of Lady Wang, Princess Zhu and Sun He.
Appearances: 108
Sun Quan (Zhongmou); Lived AD 182–252
Sun Jian’s second son. Sun Ce’s brother. Long-lived first Emperor of Wu.
Appearances: 7, 15, 29, 31, 34, 3840, 4247, 4958, 6063, 6568, 73, 7588, 9699, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 110, 120
Sun Shao (Gongli); Lived AD 188–241
Disobeyed Xu Sheng to fool opposing Wei forces. Maintained strong defense against Wei.
Appearances: 7, 86, 102
Sun Wan; Lifespan Unlisted
Son of Sun Xiu, and intended heir. Puyang Xiang and Zhang Bu enthroned Sun Hao.
Appearances: 120
Sun Xin; Lived ?–280
In command of navy, lured out by Du Yu. Met the attack of Zhou Zhi but was killed.
Appearances: 120
Sun Xiu; Lifespan Unlisted
Surrendered to Jin and served as Cavalry General. Wept at the fall of Wu.
Appearances: 120
Sun Xiu (Zilie); Lived AD 235–264
Overthrew Sun Chen but neglected state affairs. Wish for heirship ignored.
Appearances: 113, 117119, 120
Sun Yi; Lifespan Unlisted
Was sent to aid Jiang Wei during the fall of Shu but was too late.
Appearances: 117, 119
Sun Yi (Shubi); Lived AD 183–203
Once a rival to Sun Quan. Assassinated by Bian Hong and others at a banquet.
Appearances: 7, 38
Sun Yu; Lifespan Unlisted
Brother of Sun Quan, is used to support Zhou Yu’s attack on Liu Zhang.
Appearances: 57
Sun Yu (Zhongyi); Lived AD 176–215
Served Wu. Sun Jing’s second son and cousin to Sun Quan.
Appearances: 57
Taishi Ci (Ziyi); Lived AD 166–206
Served Liu Yao, then Wu. Helped save Kong Rong from the Yellow Scarves.
Appearances: 11, 15, 44, 45, 49, 50, 53
Taishi Xiang (Yuanfu); Lifespan Unlisted
Held various posts in Wu. In novel, looked after by Quan after Ci’s death.
Appearances: 53
Tan Xiong; Lifespan Unlisted
General of Sun Huan. Fights at Yiling, wounds Zhang Bao’s horse.
Appearances: 82
Tang Zi; Lifespan Unlisted
Served Wu then surrendered to Wei. Collected ships for Zhong Hui.
Appearances: 108, 111, 112, 115
Tao Jun; Lifespan Unlisted
A general of Wu. During Jin’s invasion, sent to meet the invading Jin forces.
Appearances: 120
Teng Yin (Chengsi); Lived AD c.203–256
Minister of Wu. Argued to Sun Jun that Zhuge Ke should be put to death.
Appearances: 108, 111, 113
Wan Yu; Lifespan Unlisted
Advised Puyang Xing to make Sun Hao Emperor after Sun Xiu’s death.
Appearances: 120
Wang Dun; Lived AD ?–256
Minister of Wu who was executed by Sun Chen.
Appearances: 111, 113
Wei Miao; Lifespan Unlisted
Helped Sun Xiu against Sun Chen, warning the Wu ruler of the danger he was in.
Appearances: 113
Wu Can (Kongxiu); Lived AD 187–248
Was promoted into office by Sun He. Helped to pacify the Shanyue.
Appearances: 38
Wu Guotai [Lady Wu]; Lived Unknown–
Fictional sister to Lady Wu, wife to Sun Jian. Mother figure to Sun Quan and Lady Sun after Lady Wu’s death.
Appearances: 7, 43, 44
Wu Jing; Lived ?–203
Lady Wu’s younger brother. Served Sun Jian, then Yuan Shu, then Sun Ce.
Appearances: 15, 38
Wu Yan; Lived AD ?–280
General of the Flying Cavalry, fled when his position was untenable. Du Yu executed him.
Appearances: 120
Wu Yan (Shize); Lived Unknown–
Held out in his city of Jianping until Sun Hao surrendered.
Appearances: 120
Xia Xun; Lifespan Unlisted
Marching General under Han Dang, was scared by Zhang Bao and unhorsed.
Appearances: 83
Xiao Qiao; Lifespan Unknown
Younger of Wu’s Qiao Sisters. Sister to Da Qiao. Married to Zhou Yu.
Appearances: 44, 48, 54, 56, 57
Xie Jing; Lived AD ?–222
Duels Zhang Bao for 40 bouts before retreating. Described as brave, killed by Zhang Bao.
Appearances: 82
Xu Gong; Lived ?–200
Prefect of Wu Territory. Executed by Sun Ce for having relations with Cao Cao.
Appearances: 29
Xu Sheng (Wenxiang); Lived AD ?–c.225
Served in Chibi and Wu’s invasions into Wei. Tricked Cao Pi with a fake wall.
Appearances: 38, 49, 51, 55, 56, 67, 68, 75, 76, 8284, 86, 96
Xu An; Lived AD ?–238
Sent to bribe Gongsun Yuan to Wu’s side, he was executed by the ruler to appease Wei.
Appearances: 106
Xue Rong; Lifespan Unlisted
Suggested that Sun Hao should follow the example of Liu Shan and surrender.
Appearances: 120
Xue Xu; Lifespan Unlisted
An envoy to Shu, warned Sun Xiu that Shu was doomed. Led armies against Jin.
Appearances: 113
Xue Zong (Jingwen); Lived AD ?–243
Took part in conquering Vietnam, skilled in debate and composition.
Appearances: 38, 43
Yan Jun (Mancai); Lived AD ?–219
Refused appointment as Lu Su’s successor. He was unable to ride a horse.
Appearances: 38, 43
Yong Kai; Lived AD ?–225
Along with Gao Ding and Zhu Bao, rebelled in Southern Yizhou.
Appearances: 86
Yu Fan (Zhongxiang); Lived AD ?–223
Advisor to Wang Lang. Surrendered to Sun Ce. Convinced Mi Fang, Fu Shiren to defect to Wu.
Appearances: 15, 29, 43, 75
Yu Quan; Lived AD ?–254
Served as commander in Wu during Sun Liang’s reign. Helped support Zhuge Dan.
Appearances: 111, 112
Zhang Bu; Lived AD ?–264
With Puyang Xing, enthroned Sun Hao over Wen. Executed Sun Chen with Ding Feng.
Appearances: 113, 120
Zhang Cheng (Zhongsi); Lived AD 178–244
Friend of Zhuge Jin among others. Sent with Sun Shao to Guangling to capture Huaiyang.
Appearances: 102
Zhang Da; Lived AD ?–221
Officer of Zhang Fei, he was beaten harshly so murdered Zhang Fei then fled to Wu.
Appearances: 81, 83
Zhang Hong (Zigang); Lived AD 153–229
Minister who served Wu. Suggested changing the capital to Sun Quan.
Appearances: 15, 29, 38, 44, 53, 61
Zhang Mi; Lifespan Unlisted
Envoy to Gongsun Yuan, an idea Zhang Zhao protested against, executed by Yuan.
Appearances: 106
Zhang Ti (Juxian); Lived AD ?–280
Wu’s last Prime Minister. Refused surrender to Jin and marched out to die on the battlefield.
Appearances: 120
Zhang Wen (Huishu); Lived AD ?–230
Was an admired man of moral quality, sacked for recommending an overzealous friend.
Appearances: 38, 43, 86
Zhang Xiang; Lifespan Unlisted
Wu Leader of the Van who surrendered to Jin.
Appearances: 120
Zhang Xiu (Shusi); Lived AD 205–245
Advised Sun Deng with Zhuge Ke, Gu Tan, and Chen Biao. Lost faction struggle.
Appearances: 98
Zhang Yue; Lived AD ?–253
Officer who served in Zhuge Ke’s personal police force. Killed by Sun Jun.
Appearances: 108
Zhang Zhao (Zibu); Lived AD 156–236
Served Wu. Highly trusted internal administrator.
Appearances: 15, 17, 29, 38, 39, 4346, 53, 55, 61, 62, 6568, 73, 75, 77, 82, 83, 86, 98
Zhao Zi (Dedu); Lifespan Unlisted
A man of wide learning, he was sent to offer thanks for Quan being made king, using it as an occasion to praise Wu.
Appearances: 82
Zhou Fang (Ziyu); Lived AD ?–c.260
Trapped Cao Xiu, allowing the Wu army to score a great victory.
Appearances: 96
Zhou Ping; Lived AD ?–221
Went to aid Xia Xun but was disconcerted by his death and slain by Guan Xing.
Appearances: 83
Zhou Shan; Lifespan Unlisted
Took part in the kidnap plot against Liu Shan and Lady Sun but was killed by Zhang Fei.
Appearances: 61
Zhou Tai (Youping); Lived AD 163–225
Wu officer who Saved Sun Quan’s life, and was loved dearly in return.
Appearances: 15, 44, 48, 4951, 55, 61, 67, 68, 75, 76, 78, 8284
Zhou Xun; Lived Unknown–
The eldest son of Zhou Yu. Said to have inherited his father’s ability, but died at age 17.
Appearances: 57
Zhou Yin; Lived AD ?–239
The second son of Zhou Yu. Exiled for misdeeds, later pardoned.
Appearances: 57
Zhou Yu (Gongjin); Lived AD 175–210
Skilled war commander of Wu. Commanded Wu forces at the Battle of Chibi.
Appearances: 15, 29, 38, 39, 4356, 57, 60, 75, 77, 8284
Zhu En; Lifespan Unknown
Officer who served in Zhuge Ke’s personal police force.
Appearances: 108
Zhu Huan (Xiumu); Lived AD 176–238
Possibly a little mad, murdered the servants of Quan Yi. Destroyed Cao Ren at Ruxu.
Appearances: 38, 85, 96
Zhu Ran (Yifeng); Lived AD 182–249
Served Wu. Was the son of Zhu Zhi’s sister. Studied together with Sun Quan.
Appearances: 82, 84
Zhu Yi (Jiwen); Lived AD ?–257
A general of Wu and the son of Zhu Huan. Executed by Sun Chen for numerous defeats.
Appearances: 111, 112
Zhu Zhi (Junli); Lived AD 156–234
Served through three generations of the Sun family. Magistrate in Wu County.
Appearances: 15, 44
Zhuge Jin (Ziyu); Lived AD 174–241
Zhuge Liang’s older brother in service to Wu. Highly trusted by Sun Quan.
Appearances: 29, 37, 4245, 53, 66, 67, 73, 76, 81, 82, 85, 96, 98, 102, 103, 108
Zhuge Jing (Zhongsi); Lifespan Unlisted
Sent to Wu as a hostage, he became a prominent commander under Sun Hao.
Appearances: 111
Zhuge Ke (Yuanxun); Lived AD ?–253
Served Wu as Imperial Guardian. Son of Zhuge Jin. Murdered by Sun Jun.
Appearances: 98, 108, 113
Zhuge Jing (Zhongsi); Lifespan Unlisted
Discusses plans of defence but on seeing Jin army, runs away weeping.
Appearances: 120
Zu Lang; Lifespan Unknown
Chieftain of Danyang. Defeated Sun Ce but later joined his army.
Appearances: MR:15
Zu Mao (Darong); Lived Unlisted–
One of Sun Jian’s first four commanders. Tricked Hua Xiong in order to save Sun Jian’s life.
Appearances: 5
Zuo Xian; Lifespan Unlisted
Reminds Sun Quan of how well Cao Cao treated Guan Yu, to no avail.
Appearances: 77

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