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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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Kingdom of Shu

(Search results for officers in the Kingdom of Shu.)

Cao Bao; Lived AD ?–196
Beaten and later slain by Zhang Fei. He caused Lü Bu’s attack on Xuzhou.
  • 08/04 150
Chen Deng (Yuanlong); Lifespan Unknown
Spied on Lü Bu with his father, Gui, for Cao Cao. Joined Liu Bei, then surrendered to Cao.
  • 04/04  21
  • 06/03  22
Chen Qun (Changwen); Lived AD ?–238
Served Wei. Imperial Censor under Cao Cao. Supreme Commander under Cao Pi.

Biographies

  • 04/13  10
Chen Shou (Chengzuo); Lived AD 233–297
Served Shu and later Jin. Author of the highly-respected Three Kingdoms history, Sanguozhi.
  • 01/12  28
  • 04/08  23

Biographies

  • 03/17   4
Fa Zheng (Xiaozhi); Lived AD 174–219
Served Liu Zhang then Liu Bei. Was integral to the foundation of Shu.
  • 02/10  14
  • 05/07  13
  • 07/04  20
  • 08/02  28
Fei Yi (Wenwei); Lived AD ?–253
Shu official. Took over affairs of state after Jiang Wan’s death.
  • 08/07  13
Gao Xiang; Lived AD C. 194–?
Officer of Shu. Participated in many of Zhuge Liang’s northern campaigns.

Biographies

  • 12/05   9
Guan Ping; Lived AD 178–219
Served Shu. Guan Yu’s son (adopted in novel). Executed with Guan Yu by Sun Quan.
  • 11/13  12
  • 03/08  44
  • 06/05  12

Biographies

  • 07/05  13
Guan Suo; Lifespan Unknown
Fictional son of Guan Yu. Greatly involved in Shu’s Southern Campaigns in the novel.
  • 12/12  20
  • 05/11  57
  • 11/02  36
  • 08/02  14
Guan Xing (Anguo); Lived AD 193–2?
Son of Guan Yu. Served in Zhuge Liang’s northern campaigns.
  • 07/07  15
Guan Yu (Yunchang); Lived AD 160–219
Sworn brother of Liu Bei and Zhang Fei. First of the Five Tiger Generals.
  • 08/15  10
  • 12/14  21
  • 09/13  19
  • 11/11  12
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  • 06/02  25

Biographies

  • 05/08  20
Huang Yueying; Lived AD ?–C. 234
Zhuge Liang’s wife. Huang Chengyan’s daughter. Was very smart, but not beautiful.
  • 01/06  10
Huang Zhong (Hansheng); Lived AD ?–220
Joined Liu Bei after Han Xuan’s defeat. One of the Five Tiger Generals.
  • 10/07  25
  • 05/04  11
  • 04/04  11
Jiang Wan (Gongyan); Lived AD ?–245
Served Shu starting with the Yi invasion. Trusted and influential. Died as Regent.
  • 10/03  10

Biographies

  • 03/15   4
King Shamoke; Lived AD ?–222
Originally a tribal leader, he helped Liu Bei at Yiling but died fighting Wu.

Biographies

  • 04/04   7
Lady Sun [Sun Shangxiang]; Lived AD C. 189–?
Sun Quan’s sister. Married to Liu Bei by Sun Quan, but later returned to Wu.
  • 08/11  13
  • 06/04 121
  • 04/04  22
  • 01/04  11
  • 07/03  36

Biographies

  • 12/06   1
Li Yan (Zhengfang); Lived AD ?–234
A talented officer, exiled after he forged a decree to cover up failure of supplies.
  • 12/03  58
Liu Bei (Xuande); Lived AD 161–223
First Emperor of Shu and sworn brother of Guan Yu and Zhang Fei.
  • 03/16  10
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  • 10/12  13
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Biographies

  • 07/05  21
  • 11/03  22
Liu Feng; Lived AD 192–220
Liu Bei’s adopted son. Executed after the death of Guan Yu at Zhuge Liang’s suggestion.
  • 11/06  26
  • 01/04  55
Liu Qi; Lived AD ?–209
Eldest son of Liu Biao and legitimate heir of Jing. Became close friends with Liu Bei.
  • 01/03  22

Biographies

  • 07/05   0
Liu Zhang (Jiyu); Lived AD ?–219
Son of Liu Yan. Governed Ba-shu before Liu Bei took his kingdom out from under his feet.
  • 02/12  32
  • 07/07  25
  • 09/06 109
  • 09/06  23
  • 10/04  22
Ma Liang (Jichang); Lived AD 186–222
Administered Jing after Liu Bei took Shu. Nicknamed ‘White Eyebrows’.

Biographies

  • 08/04   4
Ma Su (Youchang); Lived AD 190–228
Ma Liang’s younger brother. Executed by Zhuge Liang after his failure at Jie Ting.
  • 01/07  28
  • 12/03 209
  • 07/03  64
  • 06/02  36
Ma Yunlu; Lived AD 183–225
Fictional character from Fan Sanguo Yanyi. Ma Teng’s daughter. Married to Zhao Yun.
  • 02/07  25
Pang Tong (Shiyuan); Lived AD 179–213
Friend of Sima Hui’s and Shu’s “Fledgling Phoenix.” Killed by an arrow at Luocheng.
  • 04/12  33
  • 07/11  13
  • 07/09  24
  • 12/07  26
  • 09/07  11
  • 07/07  19
  • 04/06  15
  • 12/05  10
  • 01/04  33
  • 08/03  20
  • 02/03  30
  • 01/03 104
  • 08/02  22

Biographies

  • 01/06   6
Red Hare [Chituma]; Lived AD ?–C. 220
Lü Bu’s famed horse. “Among men, Lü Bu; among horses, Red Hare.” Novel: Later given to Guan Yu by Cao Cao.
  • 03/03  26
  • 02/03  16
Wang Fu (Guoshan); Lived AD ?–222
Warned Guan Yu about Lü Meng, Pang Jun and an ambush but was ignored.
  • 11/09  26
  • 07/07  13
  • 11/02  15
Wang Ping (Zijun); Lived AD ?–248
Served Wei but later surrendered to Shu. Served in the northern campaigns.
  • 01/07  12
  • 02/04  39

Biographies

  • 07/03   5
Wei Yan (Wenchang); Lived AD ?–234
Talented commander. Killed Han Xuan and surrendered his territory to Liu Bei.
  • 09/15  26
  • 05/11  25
  • 10/07  16
  • 01/07  19
  • 03/05  58
  • 07/04  73
  • 08/03  40
  • 06/03  69
  • 04/03  22
  • 02/03  24
  • 02/03  26
  • 07/02 376

Biographies

  • 02/04   3
Wu Ban (Yuanxiong); Lived AD 171–234
Vanguard at Yiling, led naval forces. Later senior general, helps defeat Sima Yi.

Biographies

  • 05/13  28
  • 12/04   6
Xiahou Ba (Zhongquan); Lived AD C. 185–C. 258
Xiahou Yuan’s son. Originally served Wei, betrayed to Shu. Attacked Didao with Jiang Wei.
  • 11/04 110
  • 09/04  13
  • 12/03  45
Xu Shu (Yuanzhi); Lived AD C. 170–C. 232-4
One of Sima Hui’s students. Served Liu Bei, then later, through trickery, Cao Cao.
  • 09/10  31
  • 08/10  13
  • 11/09   1
  • 07/07  49
  • 02/07  32
  • 11/03  34
  • 01/03  40
  • 12/02  11

Biographies

  • 12/05  21
Yan Yan; Lifespan Unknown
Served Liu Zhang, but surrendered to Zhang Fei after being defeated by him.
  • 10/07  25
  • 05/05  14
Zhang Bao; Lifespan Unlisted
Fought against Wei and Wu, killing many generals. Died in the Northern Campaigns.
  • 07/07  15
Zhang Fei (Yide); Lived AD C. 167–221
Sworn brother of Liu Bei and Guan Yu. Second of the Five Tiger Generals.
  • 09/09  55
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  • 10/02 104
Zhang Ni (Boqi); Lived AD 175–254
Wounded by Wang Shuang. Died rescuing Jiang Wei, suffered from arthritis.
  • 01/06  18
  • 02/04  39

Biographies

  • 08/05   8
Zhuge Liang (Kongming); Lived AD 181–234
Mastermind of Shu’s rise as a great power. Also known as ‘Sleeping Dragon’.
  • 05/14  11
  • 05/12  27
  • 01/12  50
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