Tan_Binrui wrote:It was the only way to repel Cao Cao decisively. With Liu Bei's (and Liu Qi's) support, Wu gained an extra 20,000 troops to utilize against Cao Cao. That would bring their total from 30,000 to 50,000.
Rivalries and Ambition can be forgotten for the sake of survival, it's human nature.
[/quote]Shi Tong wrote:
Was it that Sun Quan wanted Liu Bei to invade the west, forming the 3k because he knew that was the only chance of sucess?
What do you think?
Zhilong wrote:Liu Bei could offer more than just troops. Sun Quan at that point was merely a fledgling. Liu Bei, although he was a wanderer had been around and his fame far exceeded that of Sun Quan and lately he had been gathering support in Jing. Of those in Jing that did not favour the surrender, Liu Bei is their natural leader.
foif wrote:I really doubt Sun Quan had the intellectual capabilities to see that far into the future, let alone see that it would be his only way of survival. And at that time, Sun Quan also had Zhou Yu, which would help keep Liu Bei in check, but he died....Other than that i agree with the people above me.
Sun Gongli wrote:He may not have been the military prodigy that Sun Ce was
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