Hmmm, Lu Xun is no doubt talented, but his political abilities are overestimated as are his military command compared to people like Zhuge Liang and Lu Meng. Lu Xun involved himself in the petty war for succession between two princes and paid the price with lifetime exile. He was not a subtle man.
Lu Meng is one of the greatest strategists of the time. He was a leader and a warrior as well as a clever man. He captured Jing without a fight almost and he supplied Zhou Yu with a great many plans for battle.
Zhou Yu is a highly skilled admiral, if you could call it that for the time, and a very brave, loyal man.He mentored Lu Su and allegedly Lu Meng as well and took advice from his men very well, unlike some generals who just execute them. Like Lu Xun and Fa Jun.
Jia Xu is in my opinion, THE greatest strategist of the era. He never gave bad advice and his strategies brought great success to all who followed them. He was not a battle field commander but rather an adviser. Either way, he had a way of maintaining his calm during tense situations and had a shrewd, able mind.
Sima Yi is highly skilled defensively. A very able politician who was able to steal power from the most powerful of kingdoms and leave his legacy in control of it.
Zhuge Liang, despite the hype and criticisms of him, is a very talented man. A talented strategist and a great governor, who did most of Liu Shan's work for him, Kongming was and is, in my opinion very deserving of his reputation.
Cao Cao was the most talented overall, with superb political skills, charisma, cunning, military skill and a pretty decent judge of character.
I've a brave warrior in my army. Shen Ai is his name, and he can slay this Hua Xiong.
Wei has no more famous commanders, Shen Ai takes lead of the vanguard!
Even a commoner on the street knows what Shen Ai is thinking!