Carp's Tail wrote:You have to understand the context of these two warriors.
Zhang Fei is Liu Bei's sworn brother.
Carp's Tail wrote:Zhuge Liang knew that Wei Yan's ambition would soon take over once the prime minister died
Carp's Tail wrote:and so he had to remove the threat that would manifest itself once Wei Yan rebelled.
Carp's Tail wrote:Letting down your brother is one thing. Being disloyal to your master is quite another story.
TheGreatNads wrote:One problem: Wei Yan never rebelled!
Wei Yan bio wrote:After Zhuge Liang died, Wei Yan intended to send his body home and continue the attack on Wei. However, Zhuge Liang’s last orders were to turn the vanguard into the rearguard and issue a retreat. Wei Yan refused the order and a crisis erupts in the Shu camps. Eventually, Ma Dai slays Wei Yan on account of treason
Ma Yun wrote:In the begining of the book Liu Bei leaves Zhang Fei to gurd a city while he goes to help a friend in battle, and Zhang Fei promises he will not drink while his brothers are away. he goes against what he says and drinks himself into a stuper,and then loses the city to LuBu. then Liu Bei forgives him like it wasn't a big deal.Later in a battle Wei yan is basically sent to his death at the back of the ligns by Zhuge Liang and Wei Yan sort of disobeys order because he knew they could win if they stayed in the fight Zhuge Liang puts him to death how unfair is that!!!!!!!!!!
Ender wrote:He went against the Prime Ministers orders to retreat so that could be considered rebelling. Now don't take my head off I agree he shouldn't have been killed just because he wanted to fight. If only Zhuge could have gotten along with him......think of the possability's.
Ma Yun wrote:In the begining of the book, Liu Bei leaves Zhang Fei to guard a city while he goes to help a friend in battle...
Zhou Tai wrote:Indeed, Zhuge would of probably heeded Wei Yan's advise to attack Chang An if they got on better.
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