Yuan Shang Faction: officer names from the Three Kingdoms officer name English–Chinese reference tool. Cross-reference given (xìng), personal (míng) and style (zì), given (xìng) and personal (míng) names in Pinyin, Wade-Giles, and traditional Chinese (both in Hanzi and decimal-encoded form for non-Unicode websites and forums).
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Name (family, given), style, Wade-Giles, tones, traditional and simplified Chinese.
|Feng Ji (Yuantu)||逢紀 (元圖)|
|Fêng Chi (Yüan-t‘u)||逢纪 (元图)|
|Vassal of Yuan Shao. Supported Yuan Shang as Shao’s successor.|
Notes: ‘Peng Ji’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation. ‘Pang Ji’ in the ZZTJ.
|Served Yuan Shang. Punished for intoxication. Betrayed to Wei. Killed by Shen Pei.|
|Yuan Shang general. Zhong Yao’s sister’s son. Slain by Pang De at Pingyang.|
|Feigned surrender to Cao Cao but was persuaded by Xu Huang to genuinely surrender.|
|Maintained Handan. Defeated by Zhang Liao and shot while fleeing.|
Notes: Appears in some Koei games, and a few other sources, as Ju Hu.
|Li Fu (Zixian)||李孚 (子憲)|
|Li Fu (Tzŭ-hsien)||李孚 (子宪)|
|Snuck through the Wei lines into Ye and then back out again.|
Notes: ‘Li Mu’ in chapter 32 and ‘Li Qu’ in chapters 79 and 80, and ‘Li Zu’ in chapter 97 of the online Brewitt-Taylor translation to distinguish from others named Li Fu.
|Surrendered his county to Cao Cao in 204.|
|Served Yuan Shang. Defected to Yuan Tan then Cao Cao. Attacking Liu Bei, killed by Zhao Yun.|
|Younger brother of Lü Kuang, whom he followed everywhere.|
Notes: He is known as Lü Xiang in SGZ and SGYY, and Gao Xiang (高翔) in HHS and ZZTJ.
|Served Yuan Shang, and later Cao Cao. Killed by Gan Ning.|
|Qian Zhao (Zijing)||牽招 (子經)|
|Ch‘ien Chao (Tzŭ-ching)||牵招 (子经)|
|Persuaded the Wuhuan to side with Cao Cao over the Yuan’s. Mourned Yuan Shang.|
|Shen Pei (Zhengnan)||審配 (正南)|
|Shên P‘ei (Chêng-nan)||审配 (正南)|
|Served Yuan Shao with loyalty. After Shao’s death, sided with his youngest son, Shang.|
|Nephew of Shen Pei. Betrayed Jizhou after the family of his friend, Xin Pi, was executed.|
|Defended Ji when Yuan Shang went to help his brother against Cao Cao.|
|Mantained supplies for Yuan Shang. Killed by Xu Chu in the novel.|
|Yuan Shang (Xianfu)||袁尚 (顯甫)|
|Yüan Shang (Hsien-fu)||袁尚 (显甫)|
|A handsome man, won his father’s favor but lost to Cao Cao. Executed by Gongsun Kang.|
|Yuan Xi (Xianyi)||袁熙 (顯奕)|
|Yüan Hsi (Hsien-i)||袁熙 (显奕)|
|Eventually took in Shang, driven out by revolt. Executed by Gongsun Kang.|
|Killed by Gan Ning as he cleared the road ahead for Cao Cao. Historically not at Chibi.|
Notes: ‘Zhang Zi’ in the online Brewitt-Taylor translation to distinguish among others named Zhang Yi.
April 6, 2010