Dian_Wei wrote:If your talking about true history then Zhao Yuns act wasnt nearly that brave. in the book it really glorifies his act. It makes it seem like Zhao broke through tens of thousands of troops and fought for his life single handedly. The real event was a couple hundred infantry men that Zhao had to break through and Zhao also had about twenty or thirty horsemen accompanying him. Nevertheless its a brave act but nowhere near the caliber of Dian Wei or Zhou tais act of bravery. Zhao was also running from the fight while the other two were actually involved in fighting and there rescues actually helped their kingdom, Dian Wei saving Cao and Zhou savin Sun Quan, both of which truly paid off. Zhao Yun unknowingly caused the end of Shu before Shu was even an empire.
Ryan wrote:Zhou Tai.... he had the battle scar(s) that proved he went through hell to save Sun Quan and if I recal he wasn't on a horse and Zhao Yun was so he just charged and not getting hurt in order to save Liu Shan.
I like Zilong, don;t get me wrong he was a great general and one of the best fighters but a lil overrated for me.
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