Talents of the three kingdoms

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Re: Talents of the three kingdoms

Unread postby danuracula » Wed Jan 04, 2017 4:02 pm

Dong Zhou wrote:The problem for that that Zhou Yu had plenty of battles in which to show a flair for tactics, he never did. He was very good at listening to advice and using it but not creating his own. That ability to listen helped make him a very good commander so I'm not dismissing him but we can't call him a tactician.

Whereas we can certainly call the novel Zhou Yu a tactician which is my wider point.

Yeah you're right. He is a tactician in the novel but strategist in reality.
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Re: Talents of the three kingdoms

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Wed Jan 04, 2017 4:10 pm

I would more go history Zhou Yu was a commander, musician and strategist+nice guy. Novel Zhou Yu was a commander, strategist, tactician and musician (as well as narrative device :wink: )
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