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    http://kongming.net/11/i/p/port_sm/Created-Male-006.jpg This is Suo Yuan when he is at home.
    http://kongming.net/11/i/p/port_sm/Created-Male-011.jpg This is Suo Yuan in battle clothes.

    Name: Suo Yuan
    Age: 17
    Height: 5'11
    [B][B]Body Type: Not too muscular
    Description: He has green eyes and a clean-shaven face.
    Clothing: Above images for face. He wears a silver/black armour suit when in his battle clothes fighting for any non-blue, green, red, purple or yellow wearing army. He has long baggy trousers.
    Weapon: About six katanas attached to each limb, and four katanas attached to his back. Each katana has a shief. He also has black gloves with silver metal attached to the wrist part. On each strap of metal, about one hundred on each glove, their are grenades. Once taken off, it explodes within thirty seconds. The explosive range of the grenade was 20 metres.
    Allegiance: He serves Wu under Sun Jian, Ji under Yuan Shao, Wei under Cao Cao, back to Ji and then returning to Wei and then back to Ji, then returning to Wei, then to North Korea.
    Abilities: WAR - 99, INT - 97, POL - 95, LDR - 95, CHA - 96
    Relatives: He is distantly related to Jia Xu. They both share an ancestor called Jia Qion. Jia Xu is descended from Jia Qion's youngest son and Suo Yuan from his oldest son.
    Story: Suo Yuan was born in Jing in a town called Anle. His mother was called Lady Ang and his father was Suo Nen. Suo Nen was the second son of the Emperor of North Korea. He ordered that his wife and son were to stay in China and not move to North Korea until he decided they should. When his father died, his brother Suo Ping became Emperor. Suo Ping died in 172 of an illness. Suo Ping's son Suo Ning, abdicated to his uncle and lived a quiet peaceful life. Suo Nen travelled to Anle to return his son home. At this point, he discovered his son was in Anchang to visit his maternal cousins. Suo Nen found him in Anchang.

    On a march north via mountains, Suo Nen was attempting to reach North Korea as he was intended to rule since his brother was killed and it was his turn to rule. However, Suo Yuan was told that they were going to escape the rise of the yellow turbans. After reaching Mt. Shinrei, the 250,000 man army, led by Suo Nen was attacked by bandits.

    1. Battle of Mt. Shinrei (174)
    North Korean Army vs Mountain Bandits
    Suo Nen com Huang Yue

    V. Ensure Suo Nen's escape
    D. Suo Nen is defeated or the escape route is taken

    During the battle, Suo Nen and his men raced through the escape route and arrived at the next mountain. However as the warlord was making his getaway, Suo Yuan was trapped on Mt. Shinrei, and Suo Nen raced back in to save him. When Suo Yuan was about to be killed, Suo Nen arrived and took the blow. They took Suo Yuan captive and hid Suo Nen's body in a cave.

    Suo Yuan was released by Huang Yue due to young age and a falter of recognising that he was the emperor-to--be. They sent him to Sun Jian in Changsha. Suo Yuan was considered a peasant. After a whole year of hiding, the prefect, Sun Jian had a son. Suo Yuan went in to see the child, for peasants got in for free. However, there was a raid in the province, so Sun Jian ordered the peasants to follow Suo Yuan into battle.

    2. Battle at Changsha (175)
    Changsha Province vs Yellow Turbans
    Sun Jian com Ou Xing

    V. Defeat Ou Xing
    D. Sun Jian and his son escape, or Ou Xing defeats Luying Village.

    After the battle, Suo Yuan and his villagers capture Ou Xing and send him to Sun Jian after burning the escape route. Sun Jian at first was depressed by Suo Yuan, for ordering to burning of the escape route. But Suo Yuan told Sun Jian that the reason was that if Sun Jian fled, so would the rest and Ou Xing would've taken Changsha. Impressed with Suo Yuan's intelligence, Sun Jian brought Suo Yuan into the army.

    However, after interrogation, and a lot of interrogation, Sun Jian managed to get Ou Xing to reveal the rise of the Yellow Turbans led not by him, but by Zhang Bu, an ex-Han court official. He also told Sun Jian that Zhang Bu was targeting the local province of Wuling.

    Sun Jian sent Suo Yuan and Zu Mao as his vanguards, and ordered them to take out Wuling. Then they waited for the next battle at Wuling.

    3. Battle at Wuling (175-176)
    Changsha Province vs Yellow Turbans
    Suo Yuan/Zu Mao com Zhang Bu

    V. Defeat Zhang Bu, Zhang Yen, Zhang Mancheng, Zhang Jue, Zhang Jiao, Zhang Bao, Zhang Liang, Zhang Lu and Zhang Yan.
    D. Suo Yuan and Zu Mao are defeated or Wuling is captured.

    As soon as the white flag rose, and Wuling was in surrender, the vanguard of Changsha, waited outside the city for forty days and thirty-nine nights. On the fortieth night, the Changsha vanguard stormed into the castle. Zhang Bu and his father Zhang Yen began to hack through Changsha's troops. Zu Mao rushed up the castle walls, and entered the keep through the roof. He then put Zhang Yen to death. Then, the army defended the villagers of Wuling for nine months.

    Then, Sun Jian began to get worried and sent a general, Han Dang, with 10,000 men to aid the battle at Wuling. As soon as Han Dang arrived, all the Zhang leaders, with the exception of Zhang Yen (who died) and Zhang Lu (who escaped) were captured. Sun Jian's presents arrived, and a firework display was set off with Zhang Bu connected to one of the fire works set off. It was said that the firework that exploded with Zhang Bu on it, changed into multi-colours and silver water. It splashed on the soldiers - a sign that Zhang Bu would take his vengeance some day and some how.

    Soon enough, Zhang Bu's son, Zhang Jiao, continued the rebellion. But he eventually graduated through his millions. Suo Yuan felt almost as if Sun Jian was putting on a lot of pressure on him. Zhang Jiao persuaded Yu Du and Ou Xing to rebel against Sun Jian and torture the lands around Changsha as he himself marched north to Julu. Soon, he was pursued north by Sun Jian, who stopped at Hefei.

    4. Battle at Hefei (177-179)
    Changsha Campaignists vs Yellow Turbans
    Sun Jian com Zhang Mancheng

    V. Defeat Zhang Mancheng.
    D. Sun Jian is defeated or the Hefei Province villagers are devoured.

    Suo Yuan waited outside Hefei for fourty nights and days as previous like Wuling. He then fired arrows into the city and charged in, killing any yellow turban in sight. Zhang Mancheng was shot in the skull. However, he fell into a group of bodies of enemy Changsha soldiers, who were armed with amulets and orbs and potions. He was kept alive by the smell of an orb. Zhang Mancheng eventually slew the ruler of Hefei, Wang Dui. Wang Dui's cousin Wang Yun fled from the area and rested in Luoyang.

    Suo Yuan, upon seeing the people of Hefei fade into madness, encouraged them to put the city beside themselves, and become soldiers who fight for the good. They all began to fight back against Zhang Mancheng, who eventually fled. Wang Dui's son, Wang Pue, was chosen by the people to rule Hefei, and settle an invasion in Ji. Sun Jian allied with Wang Pue and aided the forces of Yuan Shao in Ji.

    5. Battle at Jizhou (180)
    Jizhou Province/Changsha Campaignists vs Yellow Turbans
    Yuan Shao/Sun Jian/Wang Pue com Zhang Jiao/Zhang Bao/Zhang Liang

    V. Defeat the brothers of the Yellow Turbans.
    D. Any of the allied commanders are defeated.

    Upon the arrival of Yuan Shao's general, Zhao Yun, Zhang Bao was defeated. Zhang Liang faded away to finish a war up north with Dong Zhuo and Ma Teng and Sun Jian defeated Zhang Jiao. Suo Yuan was forced by Sun Jian to run them through. However, Yuan Shao, the ruler of Ji, also saw in Suo Yuan's fighting skill like Sun Jian had before him, and offered him a few thousand gold coins in exchange for Suo Yuan. Sun Jian accepted without hesitation as he needed money for soldiers, food and weapons.

    Now serving Yuan Shao, Suo Yuan had to seek new friends. Yuan Shao was then invaded again by the turbans, this time in a lowly village in a valley. Zhang Jiao had sent his cousin, Zhang Lu to destruct the village, and dig for golden coins. However, the village elder wasn't willing to give up his land for villains, and sent his seven sons to dual them.

    Suo Yuan interfered in the chaos. He had personally led troops south to clash with the turbans, but the elder, Wen Yuan, refused to give in. He mistaked Suo Yuan for bandits and then too destroyed a path through Suo Yuan's stability. However, shortly before a battle could be drawn, Zhang Lu's son, Zhang Jue, accidentally brought Han rebels closer to Julu. Zhang Jiao pulled back soldiers to Julu, but Wen Yuan attacked Suo Yuan.

    6. Battle at Gauge Valley (181)
    Jizhou Campaignists vs Valley Villagers
    Suo Yuan com Wen Yuan/7 Sons

    V. Hold back the family and the villagers for at least a month.
    D. The frontline is pushed back.

    Suo Yuan destroyed the soldiers pushing forwards in their hundreds. Wen Yuan eventually gave in, and allowed Wen Chou his youngest son to bond with a villager from another valley village called Yan Liang and also a slave of the turbans called Chungyu Qiong. However, Wen Yuan invited Yuan Shao and the rest to a banquet. Chungyu Qiong was not invited, because Wen Yuan disliked him due to his turban foreincy.

    Suo Yuan, Wen Chou, Yan Liang and Chungyu Qiong were all brought to the vanguard of Yuan Shao's kingdom. They left eventually after Chungyu Qiong set a bomb that blew a bit of the village but cause no injuries. Wen Chou followed the army to Ji where they stayed for a bit. Following that, Liu Yan offered Yuan Shao a place in the conquest of Julu. Yuan Shao, who had already calved through six years of turban madness, refused. In 184, it was revealed that Zhang Jiao had been destroyed, and Zhang Liang had been punished and stripped of rank. Yuan Shao's half-brother Yuan Shu stayed with Yuan Shao.

    Three years later in 187, Ou Xing and Yu Du attacked Sun Jian, but nobody came to help. A soldier named Huang Gai offered to help and cut man by man. Ou Xing eventually fled but Sun Ce caught him and took him to his father, who had him beheaded. Yu Du escaped to the lands of Sei where he rested for a matter of time.

    A year later in 188, it was heard that Zhang Jiao's son Zhang Ji had fled after being turned down by the Han Empire. However, the Nine Eunuchs bullied the emperor into allowing Zhang Ji to become a court official, and the tenth eunuch. But, however, Zhang Ji was devastated when Zhang Jiao died. Upon that, Zhang Liang was slain by his ex-soldiers, Liao Hua, Xu Huang, Zhou Cang and Pei Yuanshao. Zhang Bao too was surrounded by the same people, led by Li Dian, and eventually he committed suicide. The Yellow Turban Rebellion was finally over.

    In 189, Yuan Shao and Yuan Shu stormed into Luoyang to aid He Jin, the anti-rebellion leader, in defeating the Ten Eunuch's. Suo Yuan refused to go, instead Yuan Shao and Dong Zhuo worked together to defeat the men. However, He Jin and Emperor Ling were all killed by the eunuchs. Yuan Shao and Yuan Shu followed them down and killed them, including Zhang Ji. The three succesors to the Turban Empire were Zhang Lu (Zhang Jiao's cousin), Zhang Jue (Zhang Lu's son) and Zhang Yan (Zhang Jiao's son). Zhang Jiao's sons and nephews were all slaughtered after the war, except Zhang Yan, who fled to work with Qing Niujiao, an ex-bandit. Zhang Jue watched as Zhang Lu left for Han Zhong, as Zhang Jue was the next leader. So he hid. Suo Yuan then agreed with Cao Cao, a Han official, to destroy Dong Zhuo under Wang Yun's plea.

    7. Battle at Sishui Pass (190)
    Han Empire vs Han Empire
    Yuan Shao com Dong Zhuo

    V. Defeat Li Jue.
    D. Yuan Shao is defeated.

    Yuan Shao was beaten by Hua Xiong, who was eventually put down by Guan Yu and Sun Jian. Li Jue closed the gates, and slashed at the enemy, dressed as Lu Bu, Dong Zhuo's adopted son, and also a feared general. The enemy fled. Li Jue then headed back to Luoyang through Hulao Pass. Suo Yuan discovered that Yuan Shu was jealous of Sun Jian, and since Sun Jian had sold him, had allowed Sun Jian to lose morale.

    Suo Yuan soon discovered a way round through the mountains to reach Hulao Pass. In the south valley, Cao Cao had set a suprise attack on Li Ru, which was backfired by a ambush of archers. However, Suo Yuan had brought Yuan Shao to the mountains. Liu Bei and his adopted brothers also climbed by mountains. Eventually, Dong Zhuo realised that a battle proceded, and pulled up Lu Bu and Wang Yun's adoptive daughter, Wang Diaochan to guard the Hulao Pass, and Zhang Liao to defend the detour. Li Ru, Guo Si, Li Jue, Wang Fang, Hao Zhen (my created officer), Li Su and Dong Min attacked outwards. Dong Zhuo and his children and grand-children remained inside the castle. Beginning with Cao Cao's assault on Li Ru, the battle began.

    8. Battle at Rock Mountains (190-191)
    Han Empire vs Han Empire
    Yuan Shao com Dong Zhuo

    V. Defeat Li Ru.
    D. Cao Cao is defeated.

    In the battle, Liu Bei and his followers were trapped in the northern mountains. Yuan Shao sent Sun Jian and Gongsun Zan to defend against Zhang Liao's troops. Boulders fell in place off the mountain. Li Su and his soldiers gathered in the hundred thousands across the only path Sun Jian had. The last path was through Rock Mountains. Cao Cao was the only possibility. So as Suo Yuan and his men pushed the boulders down the river, Cao Cao pressed against Li Ru. Arrows flew, and Li Ru pulled back to his attack base. Cao Cao and his soldiers payed a visit to a village a few miles by. A villager called Dian Wei fired an arrow which digged in Cao Cao's shoulderplate. Cao Cao glared at Dian Wei and Dian Wei noticed the power and future in Cao Cao's eyes. So he joined.

    Cao Cao fired fire arrows into Li Ru's base, and crushed the skull of Li Ru's son Li Teng with a flaming arrow. Li Teng fell onto a oil lamp, which set the base ablaze. As the ice was in the base, and the base was on fire, the ice melted into water and the water washed the fire out and flooded the base. Cao Cao had briefly defeated Li Ru and destroyed his thousand-man army. Li Ru retreated to Luoyang alone, and abandoned his men, who reluctantly took service. Suo Yuan succesfully pushed the boulders off only losing seven men.

    Liu Bei eventually broke free from the mountain side and Gongsun Zan went round and defeated Li Su from behind. Sun Jian, Cao Cao, Gongsun Zan, Liu Bei and Suo Yuan had successfully found a route that led to Hulao Pass. Guo Si, Li Su, Li Jue, Yun Hei, Tianhou Pu and Sei Wang were all defending the area between Changan and the detour. Suo Yuan offered to be the first to attack. Yun Hei proved to be a very well experienced general but eventually, Suo Yuan reached Hulao Pass.

    9. Battle at Hulao Pass (191)
    Han Empire vs Han Empire
    Yuan Shao com Lu Bu

    V. Defeat Lu Bu or Yuan Shao reaches the escape point.
    D. Yuan Shao is defeated or all bases are taken.

    Suo Yuan managed to defeat Yun Hei and kick him back to Luoyang round the detour. Cao Cao's cousin Xiahou Dun and his brother Xiahou Yuan defeated Guo Su and Sei Wang. The Han Empire, led by Yuan Shao, managed to break three gaps through the line of soldiers, and eventually reach the pass. Zhang Liao, carelessly raced around the mountains and through Luoyang and then miles south to Hulao Pass.

    The detour was open. Suo Yuan cut through the enemy soldiers and into the hearts of the tyranny-seeking officers. The soldiers were eventually dead. They collapsed in tiny amounts. Suo Yuan later had help from Wen Chou and Yan Liang - two of his best friends. They soon destroyed a massive gap, and rode through the mountains, beating Zhang Liao to Hulao Pass. Lu Bu was already in a dual with Liu Bei and his brothers, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei. They tired Lu Bu out. When Lu Bu heard that a foreigner had broke through the detour in a distant scream, he pulled back and fled to Luoyang.

    Suo Yuan then pulled his men forwards and chased Zhang Liao. Liu Bei and Cao Cao pushed through and knocked down the walls, with man-made battering rams. Suo Yuan and Yan Liang drove into the enemy again, as Wen Chou stayed on the backlines. Suo Yuan charged his horse torwards Luoyang and slew his enemy. Sun Jian, close behind too rested until some one exploded the city and grew Yuan Shao's awareness. Cao Cao then agreed to charge again straight into Luoyang and he vowed with Wang Yun to take Dong Zhuo down with his own hands.

    10. Battle at Luoyang (191)
    Han Empire vs Han Empire
    Yuan Shao com Niu Fu/Fan Chou

    Suo Yuan passed through the gates of the city, brutally killing many hundreds of soldiers. Niu Fu drew his sword half way through the battle and slew Suo Yuan's bannerman. The banner crushed the ground and poured poison onto the floor. Suo Yuan, while running, slipped on the poison and fell face first into the pool of purple liquid. Yuan Shao sent Guo Tu to rescue him, and he was taken out of the battle.

    Sun Jian, his ex-commander, rode into the fields armed with his swords and saw Suo Yuan being carted away. Suo Yuan asked Guo Tu if he could borrow his bow and his pen quills. He dipped the pen's ink into his mouth, which still had bits of poison on it, and then took an arrow out of Guo Tu's quiver. He then drew on the tip of the arrow, and drew it on the bow. He aimed the arrow at Sun Jian and fired. However, Sun Jian hung over the edge of a well and the arrow flew over Sun Jian's back, and through a window. A man in purple (The Imperial Army) dropped out the window and landed on the floor with an arrow in his neck. Then Sun Jian stood up again with the help of his soldier, Huang Gai, and held the Imperial Seal and then the carriage left the city.

    As Suo Yuan and Guo Tu were escorted by the carriagemen out of the gates, Suo Yuan shed a tear. Guo Tu asked of his worries, and he replied he had just watched Sun Jian take hold of the Imperial Seal. Guo Tu turned around to see the city out the back of his window, and he heard a large explosion, and realised that oil had been poured onto the fire lamps in the city and knocked down. He forced the horses to run faster, and then heard battle going on. Yuan Shao's men rode to the carriage and escorted them back to Ji.

    Yuan Shao made Yan Liang, Chungyu Qiong and Wen Chou look after him. Together, the four rode out of Ji towards Wen Yuan, Wen Chou's fathers home. They celebrated Suo Yuan's recovery and invited them to the capital in Ji, He Bei. The next month, Wen Yuan and his third wife, along with his six other sons, rode to He Bei to celebrate. Yan Liang and Chungyu Qiong performed a circus for entertainment. After the circus, Suo Yuan, Chungyu Qiong, Wen Chou and Yan Liang swore an oath of brotherhood, and that they would become 'The Four Kings Men' until each's death.

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    Last edited by Zhuge Ke; 30-04-11 at 10:36 AM.

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    Name: Dong An

    Age: 17

    Height: 9 ft

    Body type: thin, tan-skinned,

    Descrition: hair color - dark chocolate, hair length - above waist, eye color - pasture green.

    Clothing: pink robe woth gold silks, red ribbon tied on the waist, rose on the upper-right corner of the hair, red boots below the knees, pearl necklace.

    Weapon: scrolls

    Alligiance: Wu, Dong Zhou's alliance

    Voice type: Relaxed

    Quote: "Allow me"

    Story: Teacher of the Two Qiaos. She was Qiao Xuan's former lover, but denied their engagement, instead gave her life to teaching and battles. She was also their fist bodyguard before Sun Ce and Zhou Yu.

    After the death of Sun Ce and the disappearance of Da Qiao, she raised their children and helped them take their place in the battlefield.

    1.Han Forces VS Yellow Turbans

    V: escort Qiao Xuan on his way to the main camp
    D: Qiao Xuan is captured

    2. The Battle of Hu Lao Gate (191 AD)

    Allied forces VS Dong Zhuo's forces

    V: Protect Xiao Qiao
    D: Sun Jian is defeated

    3. Battle of Jian Ye

    V: Find Da Qiao
    D: Sun Ce is defeated.

    4. Battle of Chi Bi:

    V: Follow Zhou Yu's instruction
    D: Sun Shao is defeated

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    Default Kai Rue, Kai Swe (both unfinished) and Dei Xing (Zhuge Ke's character --> Permission)

    Name: Kai Rue

    Age: 16

    Body Type: Muscular

    Height: 6'2

    Description: Long Perm Golden Hair, Brown eyes, Small Nose, Average Lips, Thick Eyebrows, Slight

    Weapon: Two One-Handed Broadswords

    Allegiance: Sun Jian, Cao Cao, Dong Zhuo, Lu Bu, Cao Cao, Ma Chao

    Quotes: "Blood is thicker than water..." "I'll... I'll see about that...

    Lifespan: 175-266

    Abilities: WAR - 98 POL - 90 CHA - 82 LEA - 87 INT - 85


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    Name: Dei Xing

    Age: 24

    Body Type: Not too muscular, quite slim, not bony at all

    Height: 5'9

    Description: Black hair down to his hip, with a turban in white, one silver eye and one rainbow eye, reddish-pink realistic lips, and a fork thin left fringe hanging down to his lips, black eyebrows, and a black emblem on his tongue (similar to Caim's in Drakengard) but half the size. He is also a fast runner, and can ran at a full speed of 30km per hour. He is famous for sprinting 140km non-stop, from the battle site at the North Korean capital at Oseano to the South Korean city at Liyuolong in just 2.5 days. He was awarded by the South Korean Prime Minister, Huang Yue to rule Liyuolong for this case. He was reknown for slaying generals such as Hei Bu and Yu Tangon.

    Weapon: A scroll, when opened, the handles to the scroll opens and a sword stretches out. One sword can be removed and one of them is stuck to it. So therefore the scroll cannot be lost without one of the swords being lost too.

    Allegiance: South Korea (174-196) ---> Nui Clan South Korea (196-214) ---> Xu Clan South Korea (214-219)

    Quotes:
    It takes three unexperienced men to surpass one Zhuge Liang. (204).

    Lifespan: (169-220) Born in Oseano. Died in Liyuolong.

    Abilities: WAR - 92 POL - 89 CHA - 85 LEA - 94 INT - 88


    STORY: (For Dei Xing):

    Dei Xing was born in Oseano to a North Korean couple. Before his first birthday he was trained to use a spear, and became well enough experienced when he was three that he was allowed to have an audience with the North Korean Emperor Suo Peng, and a dual was fought. Three-year-old Dei Xing outmatched Suo Peng and so they agreed to call it a tie. His father, Dei Beng, scolded his son for daring to challenge the Emperor behind his back. Dei Beng hired an assassin to kill his son, but the assassin missed Dei Xing with a fire arrow. The arrow landed on the hay outside the royal palace and set the palace ablaze. Dei Beng was later execuuted.

    Dei Xing then fell out with his mother, and she was exiled to Vietnam, whilst being pregnant with the Emperor's oldest son, Suo Ling's child. She was later hunted down by North Korean. Believing he was next, four-year-old Dei Xing fled, and escaped to South Korea. He defeated all the guards and was asked to visit the Emperor Xu Pei.

    In 173, Xu Pei and Suo Peng had a war. Suo Peng was outmatched and he was slain outroutingly. Suo Ling, after his son's birth, and death of his dearest consort, he decided to refuse the throne. He decided the throne shouold be given to his uncle, Suo Peng's brother, Suo Nen. Suo Nen took a ride to the state and crossed through the mountains by 174. Xu Pei sent his Prime Minister, Huang Yue and Dei Xing to defeat Suo Nen along with Bo Pei, Du Ying, Du Li, Yu Tangon, Lü Sha, Lü Du and Cang Ting.

    1. Battle of Mt. Shinrei (174)
    Mountain Bandits vs North Korean Army
    Huang Yue com Suo Nen

    Huang Yue, Bo Pei, Lü Sha, Yu Tangon, Du Ying, Du Li, Lü Du, Dei Xing, Cang Ting
    Suo Nen, Suo Lang, Suo Yuan, Yue Bi, Bing Cao, Lang Yu, Yue Tun

    V. Defeat Suo Nen
    D. Suo Nen escapes or Huang Yue is defeated

    During the battle Suo Nen and his men raced through the battle, and over the bridge that Bing Cao guarded. Suo Nen's son Suo Yuan, took a wrong turn and rushed down the route where his general Lang Yu was fighting. Lang Yu fled south and lured Yu Tangon and Lü Sha into a trap and also made Dei Xing attack the front area. Yue Tun, a general under Lang Yu fled west and thus Suo Nen's reinforcement line was routed. Suo Nen's other brother Suo Lang and another general, Yue Bi, rushed over Bing Cao's escape route bridge, but Suo Yuan was surrounded by Bo Pei and Huang Yue. Suo Nen went back for Suo Yuan, and when Huang Yue almost struck down Suo Yuan, Suo Nen took his blow.

    Dei Xing arrived just in time for them to release Suo Yuan. Suo Lang and Yue Bi fled, and Yue Tun, Lang Yu and Bing Cao were captured. They were all forced to surrender. On the journey by boat back to South Korea, Dei Xing realised that he had put too little effort. So he asked Huang Yue to order the army to raid Liangdong and slay Suo Lang.

    Battle of Liangdong (175-177)
    South Korean Army vs North Korean Army
    Huang Yue com Suo Lang

    Huang Yue, Bo Pei, Lü Sha, Yu Tangon, Du Ying, Du Li, Lü Du, Dei Xing, Cang Ting, Bing Cao, Lang Yu, Yue Tun
    Suo Lang, Yue Bi, Gongsun Shang, Gongsun Jin, Gongsun Zan, Hu Zhun, Yî Zhen

    V. Defeat Suo Lang and Gongsun Shang
    D. Huang Yue is defeated or the merchants leave Liaodong

    The battle log was confusing. Suo Lang raced into Liaodong. Gongsun Shang raced out and ordered archers to fire arrows outside the city onto the boats, whilst Hu Zhun and Yî Zhen raced outside and set their own boats asail. Gongsun Jin and Gongsun Zan also ran out and stood at the beach with hundreds of men, waiting for them to arrive. Yue Bi stood with a fire arrow unit from atop the castle with at least athousand archers on the rooftops of houses and castle walls. Watch towers were also ready to attack. Strangely, Dei Xing had an idea. He ordered twenty boats, fulled with fifty people each, to jump in the water and commit suicide. Huang Yue also asked his soldiers to commit suicide, and eventually the fleet was gone. The flying arrows slowed under the water and made the water look black, so when Hu Zhun and Yî Zhen and their unit looked over, the enemy couldn't be seen.

    Dei Xing ordered his people to ram their boats into the ground at a cliff near Liaodong. The merchants from Mongolia who travel in their thousands were walking to Liaodong to do business. Dei Xing and his men dug up into a meadow, and they all rushed out. This took them two years to dig, and was supplied. When they reached the ground level, The water tide rose and the water broke in through the tunnel. They sat on their boats, and then a flood rose. The merchants also climbed onto the boats. The water reached the castle walls, and they climbed up there.

    The archers were killed and the castle became a lake. Gongsun Jin was killed in the flood, and the Gongsun's managed to gain control of some of Huang Yue's boats. Suo Lang and Yue Bi over the Russian border, and fled up north. Dei Xing was rewarded with a trophy and was escorted to the city in South Korea called Luibie. He asked the Emperor Xu Pei if he could stay at residence at a palace at Luibie, and so he was aloud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okunikki08 View Post
    Name: Dong An

    Age: 17

    Height: 9 ft


    Body type: thin, tan-skinned,

    Descrition: hair color - dark chocolate, hair length - above waist, eye color - pasture green.

    Clothing: pink robe woth gold silks, red ribbon tied on the waist, rose on the upper-right corner of the hair, red boots below the knees, pearl necklace.

    Weapon: scrolls

    Alligiance: Wu, Dong Zhou's alliance

    Voice type: Relaxed

    Quote: "Allow me"

    Story: Teacher of the Two Qiaos. She was Qiao Xuan's former lover, but denied their engagement, instead gave her life to teaching and battles. She was also their fist bodyguard before Sun Ce and Zhou Yu.

    After the death of Sun Ce and the disappearance of Da Qiao, she raised their children and helped them take their place in the battlefield.

    1.Han Forces VS Yellow Turbans

    V: escort Qiao Xuan on his way to the main camp
    D: Qiao Xuan is captured

    2. The Battle of Hu Lao Gate (191 AD)

    Allied forces VS Dong Zhuo's forces

    V: Protect Xiao Qiao
    D: Sun Jian is defeated

    3. Battle of Jian Ye

    V: Find Da Qiao
    D: Sun Ce is defeated.

    4. Battle of Chi Bi:

    V: Follow Zhou Yu's instruction
    D: Sun Shao is defeated
    The part I highlighted makes her sound so old, no offence. Her age 17: makes me call her 17. But 9 ft is just inhuman and about 70 yrs old. But her story is still good.

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    Name: Cao Ring
    Height: 4.7
    Age: Unknown
    Weapon: Sword
    Armor: A Sliver Armor With Dragon Spike On The Shoulder And A Big Dragon Face On The Stomach
    Descripson:Red, Black And White Dragon Mask
    Abililties
    WAR:35
    INT:24
    LEA:62
    CHA:14
    POL:75

    Story- Cao Ring used to be Dong Zhuo General But His Betrayal to Dong Zhuo. In Chang Ban Cao ring was in the shu but when Cao cao met Cao Ring, Cao cao was luring out Cao ring to defect to thier side, Then after the battle was finish Cao cao Recruited Cao ring to join them. At his battle in Hu Lao Gate Again, Cao ring want to defeat Dong Zhuo Again the second time, But dong zhuo have Recruited Lu bu, Diao Chan And Zhang Liao. Can Cao Ring Defeat Dong Zhuo Again?

    Battle of the Yellows Turban

    Allies Forces

    V- Defeat Zhang Jiao
    D- If He Jin Is Defeated

    Targets:
    Stop the wind in 10 MINS!
    Defeat Zhang Bao And Zhang Liang
    Defeat Pei Yuan Shao And ZhangMengChang

    Battle of Hu lao gate

    Allies Forces

    V-Defeat Dong Zhuo
    D- Yuan shao is Defeated

    Battle of Tong Gate

    Cao cao forces

    V- Ma chao is defeated
    D- Cao cao is defeated

    Battle of He fei

    Wei's forces

    V- Sun Quan is defeated
    D- Cao cao or sima yi is defeated

    Battle of Hu lao gate (Diff Ver.)

    Wei's Forces

    V- Dong Zhuo, Lu Bu, And Diao Chan is defeated
    D- Cao cao or sima yi is defeated or Dong Zhuo, Lu Bu, And Diao Chan retreat from Battle
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    Name: Zhi Kan

    Age: Died at 44

    Height: 5 ft 8

    Body type: Medium Lean

    Description: Black Medium length hair, Blue Eyes.

    Clothing: Silver Dragon shaped Armour, Very Long Black Cape

    Quotes: "They say the tongue is mans greatest weapon... I say a sword"

    Lifespan: 175 A.D-219 A.D

    Weapons: 1st: Spear
    2nd: Long Spear
    3rd: True Fire
    4th: Deadly Flame
    5th: Lethal Dragon

    Force/Allegience: Wu/Sun Ce, then, Shu/Liu Bei

    Voice: Calm/Fiery

    Story: Zhi Kan, born in Jiang Dong, he made good friends with many people, including Sun Ce, who would become ruler of the Wu Kingdom. Zhi Kan fought in numerous battles with Sun Ce, including "The Yellow Turban Rebellion", "Hu Lao Gate", and went on to help Sun Ce conquer Wu territory. He denied promotion to General many times, so that he could stay as an officer of Sun Ce. However, when Sun Ce fell ill and died, Zhi Kan no longer felt welcome in Wu, fleeing, he found Shu, and was taken in by Liu Bei, he went on to participate in "The Battle of Chi Bi", and "The Battle of Cheng Du." He died while defending his lord Liu Bei, shortly after "The Battle of Mt. Ding Jun" in 219 A.D. He was posthumously given the title of Grand General.

    Battles:

    Yellow Turban Rebellion

    V=Defeat Zhang Jiao
    D=He Jin is Defeated

    Serving under Sun Jian, Zhi Kan attacked the Altar, and Zhang Bao, however during this attack Zhang Bao caused Han Dang; a fellow Wu officer to defect, Zhi Kan fought off Han Dang but resisted slaying him, instead he went for Zhang Bao, he leaped onto him using his spear to knock his sword away, and impale him against a wall, now that Han Dang had returnd to Wu, Zhi Kan charged straight towards Zhang Jiao, Sun Ce beside him, he along with help from other soldiers, slayed Zhang Jiao.

    Hu Lao Gate

    V=Dong Zhuo is Defeated
    D=Yuan Shao is Defeated

    Zhi Kan joined the battle before Sun Jian and Sun Ce did, alone, he started clearing the way to Hu Lao Gate, but when he got there, he found Lu Bu, killing many men. Zhi Kan attacked, managing to knock Lu Bu off his prize Red Hare. He was then forced by Lu Bu to pull away from the gate, and met up with Sun Ce, together with Gongsun Zan, and Cao Cao's force, they forced their way through Lu Bu, and charged Dong Zhuo's main camp.

    Wu Territory

    V=Liu Yong, Wang Lang, and Yan Bi Hu are Defeated (Changed to Taishi Ci instead of Liu Yong near the end)
    D=Sun Ce is Defeated

    Zhi Kan arrived to the battle, with Zhou Yu, and soon started to cause havoc for the enemy, first he toppled Yan Bi Hu's unit, forcing him to surrender, then while the others where dealing with Wang Lang, charged Liu Yong, in complete cowardess, Liu Yong fled, leaving the army to Taishi Ci, their battle went on for an hour before the Wu Army arrived, that caused a slip is Taishi Ci's concentration, giving Zhi Kan a chance to knock him down, and recruit him to Wu.

    Chi Bi

    V=Cao Cao is Defeated
    D=Sun Quan is Defeated

    Zhi Kan joined this battle to ambush Cao Cao after the Fire Attack, he attacked Wei's main camp from behind, making them focus their atttention on him rather than the main army, It was said he killed over 200 men to keep their attention on him, but when the Shu/Wu army charged Wei, Cao Cao was forced to flee.

    Cheng Du

    V=Liu Zhang is Defeated
    D=Liu Bei is Defeated

    Zhi Kan did not like this battle any more than Liu Bei, did, although he saw the reason behind Zhuge Liang's suggestion, he decided to wait in the forest and ambush any of Liu Zhang's soldiers, but, when he heard of Pang Tong's death, he charged into Zhang Ren's unit, killing many men, and wounding Zhang Ren, but was forced to retreat due to an arrow shot into his leg. When Liu Bei obtained Shu, he stood up to greet his lord, despite the arrow still being there.

    Mt. Ding Jun

    V=Cao Cao is Defeated
    D=Liu Bei is Defeated

    Aided Zhao Yun and Huang Zhong in the charge at Cao Cao, supposedly, all 3 where surrounded by men, fought their way out to victory.

    After this battle Liu Bei's forces where riding back from Mt. Ding Jun, a large bandit group attacked, trying to kill Liu Bei, Zhi Kan pushed back the Bandits, giving Liu Bei time to escape, but wave after wave of them, Zhi Kan soon purposely dropped his spear and was slain.
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    Name: Shi Xian

    Age: Died at 54

    Height:5 ft 5

    Body type: Fairly strong, but not muscular

    Description: Blonde/Dark Brown colour hair, Brown Eyes

    Clothing: Cao Cao's DW3 outfit in a sort of Dark Silvery colour

    Quotes: Officer Defeated:"My father's Sword shall give you no warning!"
    1,000 K.O's:"All that oppose me shal suffer this fate!!!!"
    Help needed:"Grr.. these guys are pretty good."
    Defeated: "Fall Back!... You can't win every time..."
    Slain: "I'm gonna go...lie down...for a while...."
    Victorious: "Victory is the only way for Progress"
    Defeat: "I guess I'm in over my head..."

    Lifespan: 197-251 A.D

    Weapons: 1st Weapon: Iron Sword
    2nd Weapon: Steel Rain
    3rd Weapon: Clearing Mist
    4th Weapon: Divine Thunder

    Allegience: Wei-Cao Cao/Cao Pi/Cao Rui/Sima Yi

    Voice: Chilled

    Story:
    Early Life
    Shi Xian, born 21st Janurary 197, in Jie Ting. His childhood was not an easy one, his father had been killed when bandits attacked his village when he was only 2, and 3 years later, his Mother fled from the village, leaving Shi Xian behind. He was adopted by a family who lived near him, who brought him up. But at the age of 18, his father, and his brother, and himself, where all taken, and forced to fight a battle against Wu, in He Fei. Shi Xian and his family where all put under Zhang Liao's command, and after much fighting, the battle had nearly been won, unfortunately, due to a large ambush, both Shi Xian's father and brother where killed. That day, Shi Xian vowed that he would avenge his father and brother, by fighting In the Wei Army, and defeating Wu. He also took his fathers sword, so he would be with him in every battle.
    Service under Wei
    Shi Xian spent 4 years of his life training to fight, he was desperate to make himself known in the Wei Army, he was promoted to Officer in 216, and again to General in 218. His first battle since He Fei was to be at Mt. Ding Jun, they would be fighting Shu, an army led by the virtuous Liu Bei. Shi Xian had helped bring victory to Wei at Mt. Ding Jun, but it was not long before another battle with Shu reared It's head. Unwillingly Shi Xian was marched to Fan Castle, to an alliance with Wu, against Guan Yu, Liu Bei's sworn brother.
    15 years on....
    Both Cao Cao and his son Cao Pi where dead, and now, Shi Xian would fight under the command of Sima Yi. Wei would be fighting Wu at He Fei Castle, and soon, would fight Shu, under the command of Zhuge Liang, at The Wu Zhang Plains. Wei forces where victorious in both battles, thus bringing an end to Wu and Shu.
    Death
    Shi Xian died of Illness in 251 A.D, he died exactly 1 week after Sima Yi died, his sword was buried with him.

    Battles:

    Battle at He Fei

    V=Sun Quan is Defeated
    D=Cao Cao is Defeated

    Battle of Mt. Ding Jun

    V=Liu Bei is Defeated
    D=Cao Cao is Defeated

    Battle at Fan Castle

    V=Guan Yu is Defeated
    D=Cao Ren or Lu Meng are Defeated

    Battle of He Fei Castle

    V=Sun Quan is Defeated
    D=Sima Yi is Defeated

    Battle at Wu Zhang Plains

    V=Zhuge Liang is Defeated
    D=Sima Yi is Defeated

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonZhangLiao View Post
    Name: Zhi Kan

    Age: Died at 44

    Height: 5 ft 8

    Body type: Medium Lean

    Description: Black Medium length hair, Blue Eyes.

    Clothing: Silver Dragon shaped Armour, Very Long Black Cape

    Quotes: "They say the tongue is mans greatest weapon... I say a sword"

    Lifespan: 175 A.D-219 A.D

    Weapons: 1st: Spear
    2nd: Long Spear
    3rd: True Fire
    4th: Deadly Flame
    5th: Lethal Dragon

    Force/Allegience: Wu/Sun Ce, then, Shu/Liu Bei

    Voice: Calm/Fiery

    Story: Zhi Kan, born in Jiang Dong, he made good friends with many people, including Sun Ce, who would become ruler of the Wu Kingdom. Zhi Kan fought in numerous battles with Sun Ce, including "The Yellow Turban Rebellion", "Hu Lao Gate", and went on to help Sun Ce conquer Wu territory. He denied promotion to General many times, so that he could stay as an officer of Sun Ce. However, when Sun Ce fell ill and died, Zhi Kan no longer felt welcome in Wu, fleeing, he found Shu, and was taken in by Liu Bei, he went on to participate in "The Battle of Chi Bi", and "The Battle of Cheng Du." He died while defending his lord Liu Bei, shortly after "The Battle of Mt. Ding Jun" in 219 A.D. He was posthumously given the title of Grand General.

    Battles:

    Yellow Turban Rebellion

    V=Defeat Zhang Jiao
    D=He Jin is Defeated

    Serving under Sun Jian, Zhi Kan attacked the Altar, and Zhang Bao, however during this attack Zhang Bao caused Han Dang; a fellow Wu officer to defect, Zhi Kan fought off Han Dang but resisted slaying him, instead he went for Zhang Bao, he leaped onto him using his spear to knock his sword away, and impale him against a wall, now that Han Dang had returnd to Wu, Zhi Kan charged straight towards Zhang Jiao, Sun Ce beside him, he along with help from other soldiers, slayed Zhang Jiao.

    Hu Lao Gate

    V=Dong Zhuo is Defeated
    D=Yuan Shao is Defeated

    Zhi Kan joined the battle before Sun Jian and Sun Ce did, alone, he started clearing the way to Hu Lao Gate, but when he got there, he found Lu Bu, killing many men. Zhi Kan attacked, managing to knock Lu Bu off his prize Red Hare. He was then forced by Lu Bu to pull away from the gate, and met up with Sun Ce, together with Gongsun Zan, and Cao Cao's force, they forced their way through Lu Bu, and charged Dong Zhuo's main camp.

    Wu Territory

    V=Liu Yong, Wang Lang, and Yan Bi Hu are Defeated (Changed to Taishi Ci instead of Liu Yong near the end)
    D=Sun Ce is Defeated

    Zhi Kan arrived to the battle, with Zhou Yu, and soon started to cause havoc for the enemy, first he toppled Yan Bi Hu's unit, forcing him to surrender, then while the others where dealing with Wang Lang, charged Liu Yong, in complete cowardess, Liu Yong fled, leaving the army to Taishi Ci, their battle went on for an hour before the Wu Army arrived, that caused a slip is Taishi Ci's concentration, giving Zhi Kan a chance to knock him down, and recruit him to Wu.

    Chi Bi

    V=Cao Cao is Defeated
    D=Sun Quan is Defeated

    Zhi Kan joined this battle to ambush Cao Cao after the Fire Attack, he attacked Wei's main camp from behind, making them focus their atttention on him rather than the main army, It was said he killed over 200 men to keep their attention on him, but when the Shu/Wu army charged Wei, Cao Cao was forced to flee.

    Cheng Du

    V=Liu Zhang is Defeated
    D=Liu Bei is Defeated

    Zhi Kan did not like this battle any more than Liu Bei, did, although he saw the reason behind Zhuge Liang's suggestion, he decided to wait in the forest and ambush any of Liu Zhang's soldiers, but, when he heard of Pang Tong's death, he charged into Zhang Ren's unit, killing many men, and wounding Zhang Ren, but was forced to retreat due to an arrow shot into his leg. When Liu Bei obtained Shu, he stood up to greet his lord, despite the arrow still being there.

    Mt. Ding Jun

    V=Cao Cao is Defeated
    D=Liu Bei is Defeated

    Aided Zhao Yun and Huang Zhong in the charge at Cao Cao, supposedly, all 3 where surrounded by men, fought their way out to victory.

    After this battle Liu Bei's forces where riding back from Mt. Ding Jun, a large bandit group attacked, trying to kill Liu Bei, Zhi Kan pushed back the Bandits, giving Liu Bei time to escape, but wave after wave of them, Zhi Kan soon purposely dropped his spear and was slain.
    I think that the way you did this was beautifully set up and presented. I think you may have got the presentation idea off of me. If you got it off Dgx200 then he got it off me. Nice presentation style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhuge Ke View Post
    I think that the way you did this was beautifully set up and presented. I think you may have got the presentation idea off of me. If you got it off Dgx200 then he got it off me. Nice presentation style.
    Thanks, I think I did get the same sort of style off someone, so It was probably you
    P.s Your Characters are very good aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonZhangLiao View Post
    Thanks, I think I did get the same sort of style off someone, so It was probably you
    P.s Your Characters are very good aswell
    Thanks DragonZhangLiao. Are you in my friends list because if not I need to add you quickly.

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