greencactaur wrote: Even if it meant my life!
Dong Zhou wrote:greencactaur wrote: Even if it meant my life!
Why are you willing to die for him? With the exception of possibly those from Southern China and Wu, I can't see why anyone would want to throw their lives away for any of the main warlords in the civil war. This is not a situation where there is a great cause like some civil wars, this is ambitious warlord vs ambitious warlord
Dong Zhou wrote:If greencactaur is seeking immortality by death in battle and would prefer it under Liu Bei then I can see that (though life is more fun ). It is a gamble though as to what death becomes immortalized and what deaths get forgotten over time, even among the big kingdoms
greencactaur wrote:I live for loyalty and honor . I Know that in reality, the whole honor and loyalty thing is romanticized in the novel, but my heart and spirit demands to serve someone loyally. I rather die, helping a my master with a cause, then to see another person rule. I know that thought process is outdated/a romantic dream, but it's just who I am .
You need cool death phrase, Fu Rong "A true Han general would never surrender to the dogs of Wu" will always be an awesome line!
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