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‘Severe shock’ before the truth about Quan Vu: All my life only cut down … 2 enemy generals

To say that Quan Vu of La Quan Trung and Quan Vu is actually two completely different people in history is a bit too much. In fact, the trophy left by this general still makes the next life admire and respectful. However, Tam Quoc Dien Nghia is a work in which many details about Quan Vu have been fictitious, modified, partly causing readers to have an inaccurate view of this “martial holy”.

Today, there are still many readers who mistakenly think about Quan Vu’s achievements

The most common fictional details

Thanh Long Dao and Xich Tho horse are two real things and recorded in history books, however, it is wrong that they belong to Quan Vu. If the Thanh Long Dao did not appear until the Tang dynasty, the Xich Thot horse is only mentioned when it belonged to Cao Cao, the latter part does not mention whether Cao will give Vu back. Both of these two details have been cleverly integrated by La Quan Trung to increase the charisma of Quan Vu character.

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In Tam Quoc Dien Nghia, Quan Vu image has been fictitious a lot

“Through the years, cut six generals”, a feat that Quan Vu achieved when he fell into the hands of the Wei army is also a story that keeps readers debating. Because of his loyalty to the Shu army, even though Cao Cao recruited himself wholeheartedly, Guan Yu was determined to leave. By the time, Cao Cao was dispatching his troops to Yuan Shao, Guan Yu took his sword away. On the way, Cao Cao chased and pursued, but he was defeated. After 5 days, Quan Vu sliced ​​down 6 Wei generals, his reputation was growing far and wide, making the enemy fearful.

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This classic is also the inspiration for the movie The Lost Bladesman starred by Chung Tu Lon

This miracle is even an inspiration for the next generation to re-appear in movies, comics or even in online games. In 3Q Ba Vuong, a Tam Quoc general card gMO recently launched, Quan Vu is one of the most trusted generals. From the formations “people plows” to “giants”, Quan Vu always appears as a main attack point to take down all opponents on the opposite side. It is hard to deny that no matter what genre of game, Quan Vu is always favored for the set of stats and skills that are really “terrible”, worthy of the title “holy martial”.

 Severe shock before the truth about Quan Vu All my life only cut down 2 enemy generals | Mobile & Social

 Severe shock before the truth about Quan Vu All my life only cut down 2 enemy generals | Mobile & Social

 Severe shock before the truth about Quan Vu All my life only cut down 2 enemy generals | Mobile & Social

Quan Vu in the new game 3Q Ba Vuong

Trivia: Among the many titles that exploit the theme of Tam Quoc, 3Q Ba Vuong gMO has the most “unique” graphic background. With up to 2 styling styles for each character, this game gives a completely different look at a time of constant warfare. However, the hidden meanings behind the “unlike anyone” designs are the hidden meanings sent from the NSX team. It seems that instead of trying to orient the product to “resemble” the Tam Quoc Dien Nghia, the modern Tam Quoc game is more and more edited to portray the truth of the “bloody fire” period Wei – Thuc – Corn.

Readers can follow information about 3Q Bá Vương at: https://3qbavuong.onelink.me/impC/GameK

During the whole battle, how many enemy generals did Quan Vu really destroy?

If combined from Tam Quoc Dien Nghia, during the battle, Quan Vu cut down to 16 enemy generals. This is a very amazing number for Quan Vu’s martial arts because among those enemy generals, there are many really difficult opponents: Nhan Luong, Hoa Hung, Khong Tu, Ha Hau Ton … However, according to the research of many historians, the real number they recorded about Quan Vu’s victory was only 2 people.

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Throughout his life fighting, Quan Vu actually just cut down … 2 enemy generals

The first one was Nhan Luong, a general under Vien Thieu who was defeated by Guan Yu in the battle of Bach Ma: “In April 200, Cao Cao took Guan Yu and Truong Lieu to rescue Bach Ma; on the other hand, they divided troops into Dien Tan to distract Vien Thieu’s attention. As expected, Thieu increased his troops to Dien Tan without paying attention to Bach Ma. That Cao Cao suddenly urged his army to strike hard at Bach Ma. Quan Vu went to battle, killed Vien Thieu’s strongman Nhan Luong, and liberated Bach Ma citadel ”.

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Quan Vu slashes Nhan Luong to be real

The other one was Bang Duc in the battle of Phan Thanh. Although he tried to recruit but failed, Quan Vu ordered this general to be beheaded. Of the 16 generals mentioned by La Quan Trung, up to 10 are fictitious, 4 are not dead at the hands of Quan Vu (Hoa Hung, Xa Tru, Sai Duong, Van Xu). Later, Bang Duc’s son Bang Hoi followed Dang Ngai to fight Thuc, went straight to Chengdu and destroyed the Quan family …

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Bang Duc was also the only warrior under the Cao Wei Dynasty who could hold out a hundred rounds before Guan Yu

A “martial holy” is drawn from literature and legend

Admittedly, the Three Kingdoms Dien Nghia too highly valued the Thuc kingdom and the powerful army under Liu Bei but ignored the other two countries, Wei and Ngo. This made the victories of Quan Vu, Trieu Van or Truong Phi become more prominent, overwhelming many other generals of the same period. However, because the influence of the above novel is too broad, the image of Quan Vu in particular or many other heroes in general is overly sanctified, causing many readers to have a false view.

Source: General

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