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Over the years many intriguing and educational discussions have taken place at our forum, Scholars of Shen Zhou, and we have been archiving them ever since the forum’s initial launch in early 2002. Unfortunately, limitations of its search function made it difficult to reference this information—until now. This project solves the problem by maintaining its own archive of Three Kingdoms-related discussions, by officer and special category, so you can easily search through years of content. It even allows you to perform searches of your own. Please read the instructions for a full introduction.

Project Introduction and Instructions

There are three ways to use this tool: First, using the ‘alphabetically’ selection menu, you can view officers alphabetically by the selected letter(s). Second, using the ‘by kingdom’ selection menu, you can view all officers associated with a specific kingdom, or filed in a specific category. Finally, you can enter your own custom search using the text field located to the right from the search menus. There is a limit of 300 results per record, and 999 officers per search.

Going into more specific details, this project caches information in certain categories to provide you with search results as quickly as possible. The cached categories include the Jin, Wei, Shu, Wu, and Han kingdoms, along with the ‘Other’ and ‘All’ officer categories. Once a week, during a download initiated by users like you, the project will re-download all the information and update the cache file. You can tell this is happening when the page loads noticeably slower than usual. If this happens, please allow the page to finish loading, and speeds will return to normal once the job is finished.

Cached files do not always contain the most current information at Scholars of Shen Zhou, but it will never be more than one week old. Your own user searches, all other kingdom searches, and all alphabetical searches will not be cached, and as such, will always reflect current threads at the forum. Certain larger searches in this category (such as ‘Z’ in the alphabetical listing) can take a moment to complete. The same applies to the special categories page.

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Bi Lan; Lived AD ?–189
One of the 12 Regular Attendants who was known for his engineering achievements.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Cai Yong (Bojie); Lived AD C. 135–192
Advised Emperor Ling’s court. Hated the eunuchs. Died honoring Dong Zhuo.

Biographies

  • 12/05   6
Cao Jie (Yuanwei); Lived AD ?–181
The Chief of the Ten Regular Attendants under Emperors Huan and Ling of Han.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Cao Yin; Lifespan Unknown
Prefect of Wuling. Forged a decree to Sun Jian calling for Wang Rui’s execution.
  • 01/07  20
Cheng Kuang; Lived AD ?–189
One of the Ten Regular Attendants. Killed by Yuan Shao and Cao Cao.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Diaochan [Sable Cicada]; Lived AD C. 173/6–?
Wang Yun’s adopted daughter. Helped to kill Dong Zhuo. Fictional.
  • 05/08  32
  • 10/04  83
  • 12/03  19
  • 09/03  22
  • 02/03  62

Biographies

  • 08/03   1
Ding Yuan (Jianyang); Lived AD ?–189
An excellent horseman and archer, assassinated by Lü Bu on Dong Zhuo’s orders.

Biographies

  • 07/06   7
Dongtuna ; Lifespan Unknown
Fought against Zhao Yun and Wei Yan. Captured by Zhang Ni.
  • 09/12  20
Duan Gui (Ziyin); Lived AD ?–189
One of the Ten Regular Attendants. Killed by Min Gong searching for Emperor Ling.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Emperor Xian [Liu Xie] (Bohe); Lived AD 181–234
Son of Emperor Ling. Reigned AD 189–220. Forced to abdicate by Cao Pi.
  • 12/04  15
  • 05/04  16
  • 07/02  36

Biographies

  • 07/04   2
Feng Xu; Lived AD ?–184
One of the Ten Regular Attendants. An agent of Zhang Jue of the Yellow Scarves.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Fu Xi; Lived AD C. 2852–2738 BC
The first of three noble emperors, the San Huang, in Chinese mythology.

Biographies

  • 04/13   2
Gan Ji; Lived AD ?–200
A Taoist priest. In the novel, sent to execution by Sun Ce and said to have cursed him to death.
  • 06/06  13
  • 07/03  14
Gongsun Zan (Bogu); Lived AD ?–199
Magistrate of Beiping. Fought Yuan Shao. Committed suicide with his family.
  • 07/04  14
  • 05/04  43
  • 03/04  47
  • 06/02  64

Biographies

  • 12/15  12
  • 05/05   4
  • 09/03  15
Guo Sheng; Lived AD ?–189
Warned close friend He Jin about Jian Shi’s plot. Killed by Yuan Shao and Cao Cao.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Han Xin; Lived AD ?–196 BC
Reknowned commander who served Xiang Yu and later Liu Bang. Rose from a childhood of destitution.
  • 02/07  21
  • 12/02  50
He Jin (Suigao); Lived AD 135–189
Grand Administrator in the Han courts, but was assassinated by the eunuchs.
  • 06/02  27

Biographies

  • 01/17  15
Queen Himiko ; Lived AD C. 175–248
Queen Himiko was the female ruler of pre-Japan’s Yamatai region. Contacted Wei in AD 238.
  • 01/07  34
Hou Lan; Lived AD ?–172
One of the Ten Regular Attendants. Tried to make off with Emperor Shao.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Hu Che’er; Lifespan Unknown
Advisor to Niu Fu. He betrayed him and sided with Lü Bu, who executed him.
  • 01/03  17
Hua Tuo (Yuanhua); Lived AD 110–207
A famous doctor from the Three Kingdoms period. Killed trying to avoid treating Cao Cao.
  • 02/07  42

Biographies

  • 12/03   6
Huangfu Song (Yizhen); Lived AD ?–195
Imperial Commander under Han. Fought heavily against the Yellow Turban Rebellion.
  • 02/04  21
  • 06/03  11

Biographies

  • 02/17   9
  • 02/04  29
Jian Shuo; Lived AD ?–189
One of the Ten Regular Attendants. Killed by fellow eunuch Guo Sheng.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Ju Shou; Lived AD ?–200
Urged caution when attacking Cao Cao but was ignored and demoted.
  • 12/03  22
King Meng Huo; Lifespan Unknown
Ruled Nanman after Shamoke’s death. Captured and released seven times by Kongming.
  • 05/11  57

Biographies

  • 07/04   4
King Mulu; Lived AD ?–225
A Nanman chieftan. Initially drove back Zhuge Liang’s armies with his magic.
  • 03/05  16

Biographies

  • 01/06   6
Lady Huangfu; Lived AD ?–189
A skilled student of literature and an expert calligrapher. Rejected Dong Zhuo’s marriage proposals and cursed him.
  • 07/12  10
Lady Zhurong; Lifespan Unknown
Wife of King Meng Huo. Said to be descended from the Goddess of Fire.

Biographies

  • 03/04  12
Li Ru; Lifespan Unlisted
Served Dong Zhuo as an advisor. Died with his lord’s ambitions.
  • 07/02  17

Biographies

  • 08/04   4
Liu Bang [Gaozu]; Lived AD 247–195 BC
Founder of the Han dynasty. Fought with Xiang Yu for control of China and eventually won.
  • 11/09   0
  • 11/09  60
Liu Biao (Jingsheng); Lived AD 142–208
Inspector of Jing province under the Han. Opposed the Sun family militarily.
  • 08/07  58
  • 07/07  25
  • 05/07  51
  • 04/07  60
  • 12/05  29
  • 03/03  15
  • 12/02  16
  • 12/02  23
  • 09/02  15
  • 07/02  41
Liu Yan (Junlang); Lived AD ?–194
Liu Zhang’s father. Magistrate in the Yi territory after fighting Yellow Scarves.

Biographies

  • 02/05  23
Luo Ben (Guanzhong); Lived AD C. 1300–1400
Better known as Luo Guanzhong. Credited for having authored the Sanguo yanyi.
  • 07/10  12
  • 06/07  10
  • 07/06  29
  • 10/04  12
  • 10/04  44
  • 07/02  14
Min Gong; Lifespan Unknown
Han commander in the Henan district. Killed eunuch Duan Gui. Helped Emperor Shao.

Biographies

  • 12/05   5
Nüwa (Nu Wa); Lifespan Unknown
Chinese goddess. Created mankind from the yellow earth and repaired the Wall of Heaven.
  • 04/11  30
Shen Pei (Zhengnan); Lived AD ?–204
Served Yuan Shao with loyalty. After Shao’s death, sided with his youngest son, Shang.
  • 12/03  22
Sima Guang (Junshi); Lived AD 1019–1086
Authored the Warring States to Song Dynasty historical text, Zizhi tongjian.
  • 10/04  28
Song Dian; Lived AD ?–189
Jian Shou consulted with him about He Jin. Favourite of Emperor Ling.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Tao Qian (Gongzu); Lived AD 132–194
Inspector of Xuzhou. Fought violently with Cao Cao. Died of illness.
  • 01/06  37
  • 12/05  16
Tian Feng (Yuanhao); Lived AD ?–200
Served Yuan Shao, who ignored his advice. Killed himself after being slandered by Feng Ji.
  • 12/03  22
Wang Fu [Wang Zifu] (Ziyou); Lived AD ?–200
Part of the ‘Jade Girdle’ plot to kill Cao Cao. Courtier of Dong Cheng. Executed by Cao.
  • 07/07  13
Wang Rui (Tongyao); Lived AD ?–190
Governor of Jingzhou. Tried to have Cao Yin killed, but was killed first by Sun Jian.
  • 01/07  20
Wen Chou; Lived AD ?–200
A fierce general in service under Yuan Shao. Killed in battle with Cao Cao.
  • 09/12  46
  • 03/10  21
  • 08/02  58

Biographies

  • 08/04   6
Xia Yun; Lived AD ?–189
One of the Ten Regular Attendants, greatly favoured by Dowager Dong and Emperor Ling.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15
Xu Shao (Zijiang); Lived AD 150–195
A specialist of personalities living in Runan. Praised Cao Cao. Later served Liu Yao.

Biographies

  • 03/06  12
Xun Chen (Youruo); Lived AD C. 161–?
Younger brother of Xun Yu. Advised Han Fu on administration. Later served Yuan Shao.
  • 12/06  13
Yan Liang; Lived AD ?–200
A fierce general in service under Yuan Shao. Beheaded by Guan Yu.
  • 09/13  19
  • 09/12  46
  • 03/10  21
  • 08/02  58

Biographies

  • 08/04   6
Yuan Shu (Gonglu); Lived AD ?–199
Relative of Yuan Shao. Declared himself Emperor, but soon after died.
  • 06/12  66
  • 07/08  20
  • 12/07  13
  • 08/07  19
  • 01/07  10
  • 09/04  52
  • 02/04  20
  • 01/04  13
  • 08/02  27
Zhang Jue; Lived AD 140–184
Founder of the Yellow Scarves. Self-titled ‘Lord of Heaven’.
  • 03/03  21
  • 01/03  25

Biographies

  • 04/16   0
Zhang Rang; Lived AD ?–189
Most influential of the Ten Regular Attendants. Drowned himself to avoid capture.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15

Biographies

  • 04/04   2
Zhao Yu (Triệu Ẩu); Lived AD 225–248
Trieu Au, female warrior of the Nanyue tribe. Rebelled against Wu. Defeated by Lu Yin.
  • 11/06  40
Zhao Zhong; Lived AD ?–189
Emperor Ling considered him as a mother, slandered Huangfu Song, Lu Qiang and Fu Xie.
  • 11/09  26
  • 11/02  15

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