Liu Bei by CT-115.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Liu – 10 June also known as Liu Xuande, was a warlord, military general and later the founding emperor of the state of Shu Han duri.

Liu bei and zhuge liang

Liu bei and zhuge liang

Dynasty Warriors 7 ~ Liu Bei

A contemporary, imaginative portrait of historical figure Liu Bei, ruler of the Shu Kingdom - as depicted in the Dynasty Warriors video game.

Liu Bei, of Three Kingdoms era, visited Zhuge Liang three times in order to persuade the Daoist hermit to work for him as his top military consultant - a Chinese colour painting by Xu Cao (徐操 1899—1961)

Liu Bei, of Three Kingdoms era, visited Zhuge Liang three times in order to persuade the Daoist hermit to work for him as his top military consultant - a Chinese colour painting by Xu Cao (徐操

Guo Tu: When Yuan Shao was considering attacking Cao Cao, Guo Tu argued that they should ally with Liu Bei to attack, and that they must have good reason to attack. Later, after Guan Yu has killed Wen Chou, Guo Tu and Shen Pei advise Yuan Shao to execute Liu Bei, which Liu Bei evades. When Liu Bei persuades Yuan Shao to allow him to try to get help from Liu Biao, and Jian Yong persuades Yuan Shao to allow him to watch Liu Bei and make sure that he does what he was been ordered to, Guo Tu…

m Monk Asian Faction member Guo Tu: When Yuan Shao was considering attacking Cao Cao, Guo Tu argued that…

Anonymous painter, Qing dynasty, Famous figures from the Three Kingdoms (Sanguozhi), including Liu Bei with his sworn brothers Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, Zhuge Liang with his fan made of crane feathers and others. Hanging scroll. Ink and colour on silk.

Anonymous painter, Qing dynasty, Famous figures from the Three Kingdoms (Sanguozhi), including Liu Bei with his sworn brothers Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, Zhuge Liang with his fan made of crane feathers and others. Hanging scroll. Ink and colour on silk.

Liu Bei (Dynasty Warriors 6)  This was my favorite character to play as in Dynasty Warriors.

Liu Bei (Dynasty Warriors This was my favorite character to play as in…

(From left to right) Zhang Fei, Liu Bei, and Guan Yu are the three great warriors of the Shu Han Dynasty from the  historical Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

Zhang Fei, Liu Bei, and Guan Yu are the three great warriors of the Shu Han Dynasty from the historical Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

Guan Yu, one of the most notable figures from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms epic, the writing of which is attributed to Luo Guanzhong. He famously became brothers with Zhang Fei and Liu Bei as they swore an vow of loyalty to one another ( Oath of the Peach Garden ).

Guan Yu, one of the most notable figures from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms…

Tian Kai (???-199 AD).  Tian Kai was one of Gongsun Zan's most trusted officers and likely his fifth best leader after Zhao Yun, Liu Bei, Guan Yu, and Zhang Fei. In 191 AD, when Yuan Shao and Gongsun Zan went to blows over Ji, historical records say Tian Kai was chosen both for the planned attack on Han Fu (which never happened) and the opening battle with Yuan Shao (which most certainly did!). While the war as a whole was unsuccessful, Tian Kai was able to grab the northern part of Qing…

Tian Kai was one of Gongsun Zan's most trusted officers…

Liu Bei: China's warlord who teaches good management

The warlord who teaches good management

A story about the exploits of Liu Bei, the swashbuckling adventurer from ancient China, provide an object lesson in good management that is still relevant today says Carrie Gracie.

Liu Shan (onyomi: Ryū Zen) is Liu Bei's eldest son and successor. Even when named figurehead leader of Shu, Liu Shan isn't known to have done much to help his country prosper. He is infamously known under his childhood name in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, A Dou (阿斗), which is also an idiom for an incompetent person. His two wives are Zhang Fei's daughters. Prior to his playable Dynasty Warriors appearance, he was the infant battlefield item and became a Shu NPC in the fourth title's ...

Liu Shan

Liu Shan (onyomi: Ryū Zen) is Liu Bei's eldest son and successor.

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