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(Wade-Giles)
Traditional,
Simplified
Traditional Chinese,
Simplified Chinese
阿會喃
Ahuinan 阿会喃
Served and executed by Meng Huo. Marshal of the Third Cave. Captured by Zhang Yi.

Notes: Some translations depict his name as Ahui Nan.

鮑隆
Pao Lung 鲍隆
Served Zhao Fan. Fell two tigers with a few arrows. Executed by Zhao Yun.
鮑三娘
Pao Sanniang 鲍三娘
Guan Suo’s wife. Both beautiful and skilled in combat. Fictional.
鮑素
Pao Su 鲍素
Fictional officer of Jiang Wei. Acted as a decoy but was defeated and killed by Chen Tai.
鮑忠
Pao Chung 鲍忠
Served Bao Xin, his brother. Died in battle with Hua Xiong.
卞喜
Pien Hsi 卞喜
Met Guan Yu with mock hospitality at Sishui Pass, and died for his trouble.
蔡和
Ts‘ai Ho 蔡和
Cai Mao’s brother. Surrendered to Wu before Chibi, but executed by Zhou Yu.
蔡壎
Ts’ai Hsün 蔡埙
Relative of Cai Mao, killed with an arrow by Gan Ning in a navy battle.
蔡中
Ts‘ai Chung 蔡中
Cai Mao’s cousin. Surrendered to Wu before Chibi, but was killed by Gan Ning.
岑璧
Ts‘ên Pi 岑璧
Tried to taunt Yuan Shang into a duel but got Lü Kuang instead and was soon killed.
岑威
Ts‘ên Wei 岑威
Escort for the captured Wooden Horses but was killed by Wang Ping.
陳俊
Ch‘ên Chün 陈俊
General of Sima Zhao. Participated in Sima Zhao’s campaign against Zhuge Dan.
陳孫
Ch‘ên Sun 陈孙
Began pillaging the people of Jiangxia. Zhang Fei killed him in one blow.
陳造
Ch‘ên Tsao 陈造
Vanguard of Cao Zhen’s army. Slain by Ma Dai.
程遠志
Ch‘êng Yüanchih 程远志
Served Yellow Scarves as a chieftain. Killed by Guan Yu.
崔訊
Ts‘ui Liang 崔谅
Governor of Anding, tried to lure Shu army into trap but was killed by Zhang Bao.
崔勇
Ts‘ui Yung 崔勇
Served Guo Si. Killed by Xu Huang after taunting Yang Feng.
帶來洞主
Tailaitungchu 带来洞主
Younger brother of Zhurong. Participated in the battle against Zhuge Liang.

Notes: Sometimes appears as Chief or King. ‘King Dai Lai’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation.

黨均
Tang Chün 党均
Served as advisor to Deng Ai. Spread false rumours about Jiang Wei.
鄧茂
Têng Mao 邓茂
Served Yellow Scarves under Cheng Yuanzhi. Killed by Zhang Fei.
貂嬋
Tiaoch‘an [Sable Cicada] 貂婵
Wang Yun’s adopted daughter. Helped to kill Dong Zhuo. Fictional.

Notes: Also known as Sable Cicada.

董荼那
Tungt‘una 董荼那
Fought against Zhao Yun and Wei Yan. Captured by Zhang Ni.

Notes: Appears as Dong Tu Na or Dong Tu Ne in Koei games.

鄂煥
O Huan 鄂焕
General under Gao Ding. Captured by Shu forces.
方悅
Fang Yüeh 方悦
A famous officer from Henei, he served Wang Kuang. Killed by Lü Bu.
鞏志
Kung Chih 巩志
Advised Jin Xuan to surrender. When Jin Xuan returned defeated, Gong Zhi shot him.
關定
Kuan Ting 关定
Father of Guan Ping, housed Guan Yu while Sun Qian went to Yuan Shao.
關寧
Kuan Ning 关宁
Brother of Guan Ping. Was a student when Guan Yu came to the farm.

Notes: ‘Guan Neng’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation.

關索
Kuan So 关索
Fictional son of Guan Yu. Greatly involved in Shu’s Southern Campaigns in the novel.
韓德
Han Tê 韩德
Served Wei. Father to Han Ying, Yao, Qiong, and Qi. Died at Changshan facing Zhao Yun.
韓福
Han Fu 韩福
Governor of Luoyang, killed by Guan Yu while guarding the passes. Related to Wang Zhi.

Notes: ‘Han Qu’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation (to differentiate from the historic Han Fu), and in some Koei games.

胡班
Hu Pan 胡班
Son of Hu Hua. Helped Guan Yu during his 1,000 li journey from Cao Cao.
胡華
Hu Hua 胡华
Father of Hu Ban. Retired officer of the court under Emperor Huan. Met Guan Yu.
花鬘
Hua Man 花鬘
Hua Man is the fictional daughter of Meng Huo, as found in Koei games.
火虎
Huo Hu 火虎
Huo Hu, self-proclaimed master of powders, joins Liu Bei in Capcom’s Destiny of an Emperor.

Notes: Huo Hu 火虎 literally translates as Fire Tiger. As such, it was probably intended to be a title rather than a name. Furthermore, Huo 火 is not a proper surname. In Japanese, Huo Hu is pronounced Kako. Discussion. Also, Huo is actually pronounced Huo3 in Chinese, but because Hu3 is after it, it changes Huo3 to Huo2.

金環三結
Chinhuansanchieh 金环三结
An officer of Meng Huo, he died fighting the Shu army during their attack.

Notes: ‘Jinhua Sanjie’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation.

彻里吉大王
King Ch‘êlichi 彻里吉大王
Fictional. King of Western Qiang. Ally of Cao Rui.

Notes: Frequently written ‘King Cheli Ji’.

思朵大王
King Tossŭ 思朵大王
Officer of Meng Huo. Said to be the wisest man in all of Nanman.
木鹿大王
King Mulu 木鹿大王
A Nanman chieftan. Initially drove back Zhuge Liang’s armies with his magic.
兀突骨大王
King Wut‘uku 兀突骨大王
Ruled the cave dwelling Wuguo Kingdom in south China. Twelve spans tall.
孔秀
K‘ung Hsiu 孔秀
One of the defenders of the Passes killed by Guan Yu.
祝融妃
Lady Chujung 祝融妃
Wife of King Meng Huo. Said to be descended from the Goddess of Fire.

Notes: Zhu4rong2 is her name, but Fei1 means literally “imperial concubine”

劉璝
Liu Kuei 刘璝
Sent to hold Luocheng, he advised visiting a local sage. Cut down by Zhang Yi.

Notes: Sometimes appears in games as Liu Kui.

馬雲騄
Ma Yünlu 马云騄
Fictional character from Fan Sanguo Yanyi. Ma Teng’s daughter. Married to Zhao Yun.

Notes: Sometimes appears incorrectly as Ma Yunli.

穆順
Mu Shun 穆顺
General of Governor Zhang Yang. Killed by Lü Bu in a duel.
潘鳳
P‘an Fêng 潘凤
Officer of Han Fu. Wielded a giant axe and fought with Hua Xiong, but was killed.
裴元紹
P‘ei Yüanshao 裴元绍
Former Yellow Scarve killed by Zhao Yun during an attempt to steal his horse.
普淨
P‘uching 普净
Monk. Warned Guan Yu of Bian Xi’s plot. Later helped Guan Yu’s spirit to find peace.

Notes: Pujing 普淨, a religious name, translates to Universal Purity. In the Brewitt-Taylor translation Pujing appears as Pu Jing and his name is translated as Transverse Peace. Other translations are possible.

秦祺
Ch‘in Ch‘i 秦祺
Served Wei under Xiahou Dun. In novel, killed by Guan Yu leaving Cao Cao.
宋仁
Sung Jên 宋仁
Song Ren and his brother, Song Yong, join Liu Bei in Capcom’s Destiny of an Emperor.
宋勇
Sung Yung 宋勇
Song Yong and his brother, Song Ren, join Liu Bei in Capcom’s Destiny of an Emperor.
蘇顒
Su Yung 苏顒
Vanguard commander of Guo Huai (who served Cao Zhen). Killed by Zhao Zilong.
孫仲
Sun Chung 孙仲
Fought with Zhu Jun and Liu Bei at Wan, but was killed by Liu Bei.
土安
T‘u An 土安
Defeats Shu army 15 times but it is all a ploy to make Nanman careless.
萬政
Wan Chêng 万政
Fictional lieutenant under Guo Huai in AD 228. Defeated and spared by Zhao Yun.
王韜
Wang T‘ao 王韬
Civil officer, advised Sima Zhao to pray to the fountain so he could feed the troops.
汪昭
Wang Chao 汪昭
Fictional officer under Yuan Tan. Killed after only a few bouts by Xu Huang.
衛弘
Wei Hung 卫弘
Of a wealthy family, he gave his property to Cao Cao to raise troops to restore the Han.
吳國太
Wu Kuot‘ai [Lady Wu] 吴国太
Fictional sister to Lady Wu, wife to Sun Jian. Mother figure to Sun Quan and Lady Sun after Lady Wu’s death.

Notes: Either Lady Wu or ‘Lady Wu’s sister’ (chapter 7) in Romance of the Three Kingdoms. You can read more about Wu Guotai’s novel appearances.

吳押獄
Wu 吴押狱
Looked after the jailed Hua Tuo and was given his black bag so he could become a doctor.

Notes: Also called Wu the Gaoler

奚泥
Hsi Ni 奚泥
Defeats Shu army 15 times but it is all a ploy to make Nanman careless.
夏侯恩
Hsiahou ên 夏侯恩
Carried Cao Cao’s Blue Blade. Cut down by Zhao Yun at Dangyang as he plundered.
邢道榮
Hsing Taojung 邢道荣
A hardy commander of Liu Du. Killed by Zhao Yun.

Notes: ‘Xing Darong’ in the online version of the novel.

雅丹
Yatan 雅丹
Fictional. Prime Minister to King Cheliji of the Western Qiang.

Notes: Frequently written ‘Ya Dan’.

嚴政
Yen Chêng 严政
Officer of Zhang Bao. Killed Bao when defeat was inevitable.
楊松
Yang Sung 杨松
Vassal of Zhang Lu. Known to be greedy, he betrayed Zhang Lu.
俞涉
Yü Shê 俞涉
Served as a commander under Yuan Shu. Killed by Hua Xiong.
越吉
Yüehchi 越吉
Fictional. Marshal under King Cheliji of the Western Qiang. Killed by Guan Xing.

Notes: Frequently written ‘Yue Ji’.

張節
Chang Chieh 张节
Minister of Wei who was executed by Sima Yan when he usurped the throne.
張普
Chang P‘u 张普
Served under Cao Xiu. Defeated by Xu Sheng, killed by Zhu Huan.
張尚
Chang Shang 张尚
General of Jin who killed Lu Jing.
張武
Chang Wu 张武
Began pillaging the people of Jiangxia. Zhao Yun killed him with a spear thrust.
趙岑
Chao Ts‘ên 赵岑
Occupied River Si Pass for Dong Zhuo. Retreated when Dong Zhuo abandoned Luoyang.
鄭文
Chêng Wên 郑文
Officer under Sima Yi. Falsesly surrendered to Kongming. Executed by Kongming.

Notes: Commonly listed as Deng Wen 邓文. Confusion may be the cause: zheng4 鄭/郑 vs deng4 鄧/邓.

鍾縉
Chung Chin 钟缙
Used a large axe but was dismounted by Zhao Yun.
鍾進
Chung Ching 钟进
Went to inspect a gate of Chang’an, he was was cut down by Pang De.

Notes: Called Zhong Jin in some translations of the novel.

鍾紳
Chung Shên 钟绅
Had half his head cut off by Zhao Yun as Shen pursued the Shu general.
周倉
Chou Ts‘ang 周仓
Yellow Scarves leader turned subordinate of Guan Yu. Fictional.
周平
Chou P‘ing 周平
Went to aid Xia Xun but was disconcerted by his death and slain by Guan Xing.
周善
Chou Shan 周善
Took part in the kidnap plot against Liu Shan and Lady Sun but was killed by Zhang Fei.
宗寶
Tsung Pao 宗宝
Slain in a few bouts by the Yellow Turban general Guan Hai.
祖弼
Tsu Pi 祖弼
Keeper of the Imperial Seal under Emperor Xian. Executed before Xian was deposed.

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March 7, 2014