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Zhao Yun 168? -229 [1]), the name itself (子 T), the area of ​​Changshan, is the general of the late East Han Dynasty and the Three Kingdoms period is in Chinese history. He was a great contributor to the founding of the Shu Han Dynasty.

Zhao Yun was born in Changde County (正定 县) in Changshan District (常山 郡, now in Zhengzhou County, Hebei Province, north of China). He has the appearance of heroism, charisma, good martial arts skills and strategy.

Three National name means that he is "eight-meter tall, eyes dragon, eyebrows, cheeks, wide face, hawks hawks, wolfs back, gibbons, belly belly, riding Bach Long code, charismatic." In 184, the Yellow Shirts rose up against the Han court. Zhao Yun was sent by the people in the county to join with General Cong Ton Toan to beat.

He followed up with Ton That Toan, a general in the area at the end of 191 or early 192, in the name of the leader of a small volunteer army. In the year 192, Zhao Yun was placed under the direct control of Liu Bei, who was then the general of the Public Order, holding the general admiral. Liu had several thousand cavalry, and Zhao Yun was sent in the ranks. Shortly thereafter, Zhao Yun abandoned Liu Bei and his brother-in-law to return home to mourn his brother. Zhao Yun returned with Liu Bei in 200. Since then, Zhao Yun has been closely associated with Liu Bei. Three Kingdoms said they shared a bed together during their stay in Gia Thanh. During that time, Liu Bei sent Zhao Yun secretly recruited more troops to reinforce Lius troops. From here, Zhao Yun officially left Gong Guan to follow Liu Bei.
Zhao Yun contributed greatly to save Liu Bei from the South
By this time, the Lord has saved hundreds
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