Cheng Kuang - in Romance of The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 5

Chapter 5

See also: Battle of Sishui Pass and Battle of Hulao Pass
  • Bao Zhong (鮑忠), Bao Xin's younger brother. He was slain by Hua Xiong in a surprise attack near Sishui Pass.
  • Yu She (俞涉), a general under Yuan Shu. He duelled with Hua Xiong outside Sishui Pass and was killed by the latter.
  • Pan Feng (潘鳳), a general under Han Fu. He engaged Hua Xiong in a duel outside Sishui Pass and was slain by the latter. Pang Feng is the subject of a Chinese internet meme involving a line from the novel, "Here's one of my best men, Pan Feng. He can destroy Hua Xiong." This meme is a cultural phenomenon and has led to a surge in Pan's popularity to rival the more well known figures of the Three Kingdoms period. This popularity has been attributed to various causes, such as desire to poke fun at traditions as a novelty, to feelings of helplessness and lack of individual recognition in Chinese society. It has spawned multiple fake biographies detailing the supposed exploits of Pan Feng that were supposedly too great to be mentioned officially.
  • Mu Shun (穆順), a general under Zhang Yang. He engaged Lü Bu in a duel outside Hulao Pass and was killed by the latter.
  • Fang Yue (方悅), a general under Wang Kuang. He duelled with Lü Bu outside Hulao Pass and was slain by the latter.
  • Wei Hong (衛弘), a financial benefactor of Cao Cao.
  • Wu Anguo (武安國), a general under Kong Rong. He fought against Lü Bu outside Hulao Pass and retreated after his wrist was cut off by Lü Bu.
  • Zhao Cen (趙岑), a minor military officer under Dong Zhuo.

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