Brief Chronology of Zhuge Liang's Life

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Unread postby Mega Zarak » Wed Sep 25, 2002 8:18 am

Zhang Ren wrote:Why are you using Wei's years? Isn't Zhu Ger Liang suppose to be a Shu.


Han was replaced by Wei first. Shu-Han came into place later. To save space, I've taken only Wei's. Otherwise, it's a bit cramp and IMO, it doesn't really matter since we all know the Gregorian calender. :wink:
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Unread postby Russ » Sun Oct 06, 2002 12:54 am

That Timeline is great Chris, awesome job :wink:

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Unread postby The Mask » Sun Oct 26, 2003 7:48 am

It is confusing for me. At 202 AD, Liu Bei defeat Xiahou Dun you say, but at SGYY, Zhuge Liang's plan that make Xiahou Dun defeated by burning his force. And that's mean Liu Bei has visited Zhuge Liang 3 times at Long Zhong, am i correct? :wink:
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Unread postby Ma Zhi Xuan » Sun Oct 26, 2003 9:27 pm

The Mask wrote:It is confusing for me. At 202 AD, Liu Bei defeat Xiahou Dun you say, but at SGYY, Zhuge Liang's plan that make Xiahou Dun defeated by burning his force. And that's mean Liu Bei has visited Zhuge Liang 3 times at Long Zhong, am i correct?


Yup, but I think when Great Dear says Liu Bei defeated Xiahou Dun's forces, he means Liu Bei's forces as a whole, including Zhuge Liang.
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Unread postby Jimayo » Tue Nov 04, 2003 11:52 pm

Ma Zhi Xuan wrote:Yup, but I think when Great Dear says Liu Bei defeated Xiahou Dun's forces, he means Liu Bei's forces as a whole, including Zhuge Liang.


Actually, Chris is probably going by SGZ, not SGYY. SGYY is not entirely historically accurate, and it was not Zhuge Liang's plan that defeated Xiahou Dun, it was Liu Bei.
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Unread postby Elven Fury » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:42 pm

My mental timeline is probably off here so correct me too... just to be sure... it took Liu Bei 3 years to launch the attack to avenge Guan yu's death? i thought he launched the offensive right after he found out... am i wrong here b/c im pretty sure i am...
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Unread postby Lady Zhuge » Mon Jan 12, 2004 11:23 pm

Elven Fury wrote:My mental timeline is probably off here so correct me too... just to be sure... it took Liu Bei 3 years to launch the attack to avenge Guan yu's death? i thought he launched the offensive right after he found out... am i wrong here b/c im pretty sure i am...


It wasn't 3 years. According to this timeline, Guan Yu's death was in December of 219 and Liu Bei's attack was in July of 221, so if my math skills haven't failed me, it took him about one and a half years total. But yes, while the novel made it seem like Xuande attacked with his heart instead of his head, history seems to paint a different picture.
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Unread postby Elven Fury » Mon Jan 12, 2004 11:30 pm

o yea it does... but i was going by when i saw Yi Ling my math is a bit bad anyways too... so srry if it inconvienced you...
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