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11 months ago
Guan Yu
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10 months ago
"THAT'S FUCKING GUAN YU" is what I said LOL
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10 months ago
mate he looks more like a mage now. GUAN YU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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11 months ago
Epic sword
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11 months ago
Guan Yu too cool
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11 months ago
omg its Guan Yu
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11 months ago
Guan Yu from smite
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11 months ago
uh...
no?
The Warring Kingdoms line of skins is inspired by Dynasty Warriors.
Guan Yu just happens to be a god in Chinese mythology, AND a character in Dynasty Warriors.
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11 months ago
uhh more no?
The Warring Kingdoms line of skins are inspired by Romance of the Three Kingdom, also where Dynasty Warriors got their story lines from

Guan Yu is not a myth, hes a real general, leader of the Shu's Five Tiger. He is recognized and worshiped for his extremely loyalty.
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11 months ago
The character designs of the warring kingdoms skin lines are basically the same as the characters designs from the dynasty warriors game.
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10 months ago
The character designs from dynasty warriors are based on old movies which are based on old papyrus drawings or statues or something.
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10 months ago
As Jinnie says, these skins are inspired by the historical novel Romance of The Three Kingdoms. Indeed this person did once live and is one of the greatest warriors in Chinese history along with Lu Bu, Zhao Yun, Zhang Fei, Ma Chao, Huang Zhong, Xu Chu and Dian Wei.
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11 months ago
I wish I could down vote you. I agree with almost everything you said except for the last line. 1)Guan Yu is NOT a God and he is NOT from "Chinese Mythology". Guan Yu is a soldier back in the historical time of "Three Kingdoms". It is documented in Chinese History Textbooks. The reason why he is famous and "Three Kingdoms" is famous is based on the historical period of when the Three Kingdoms had war against each other. He was just a soldier belonging to one of the kingdoms that has really outstanding characteristics. 2) Because of him being quite famous throughout Chinese history texts, that is why he's included in Dynasty Warriors as well as all other games that are based off of the historical period of Three Kingdoms.
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11 months ago
You have your facts semi straight. Guan Yu was an archer under the general Liu Bei. He is "romanticized" like nearly all of the major names in the book "Romance of the Three Kingdoms". And, Guan Yu is actually worshipped in China, and also in Bhuddhism, Taoism, and Confuscianism religions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guan_Yu#Worship_of_Guan_Yu

He was revered for his bravery, skill, and above all else his Loyalty.
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11 months ago
Actually, Guan Yu was not an archer. He used a guan dao, which is a type of polearm, named Green Dragon Blade Crescent.

You're probably thinking of Huang Zhong, another of Shu's Five Tiger Generals alongside Guan Yu. He was well-known for his archery skills, which is what fueled the bitter rivalry between him and Wei's general, Xiahou Yuan, who was also known for his archery skills.

It was the exploitation of this rivalry that helped Huang Zhong slay Xiahou Yuan at the Battle of Mt. Dingjun.
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11 months ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Sishui_Pass

Guan Yu was originally a mounted archer in Liu Bei's camp. After several other characters lost their lives trying to duel Hua Xiong, Guan Yu stepped up, to the ridicule of Yuan Shao, Cao Cao backed Guan Yu, since he volunteered anyway. Guan Yu returned moments later with the enemies head.

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10 months ago
It says this was a fictional battle.
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9 months ago
It's indeed a fictional battle. The Chinese, historical account and not some RTK, Sangouzhi bullshit novel's account was that Sun Jian was the one who actually defeated Hua Xiong.
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9 months ago
Wikipedia? You gotta be kidding me, read some Chinese history you white kid or black dude
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9 months ago
Nope. Official history books (Book of the Later Han, Records of the Three Kingdoms, etc.) didn't record Guan Yu's weapon. However, in Records of the Three Kingdoms, the author did mention that Guan Yu killed Yan Liang by "poking" him, which means his weapon was actually something like a spear.

Although the book Romance of the Three Kingdoms said Guan Yu used to be a mounted archer, as you know, it is NOT history.