Guan Yu

In the Romance of Three Kingdoms, Guan Yu or Guan Gong was probably one of the most respected men in the ancient Three Kingdoms of China. He was affiliated with the Shu Han[?] kingdom.

He was sworn blood brothers with Zhang Fei and Lord Liu Bei. Guan Yu was reffered to as "beautiful beard" because of his long, flowing beard and it was said that he was a match for 10,000 men.

Guan was given Lu Bu's horse "Red Hare" by Lord Cao Cao of the Wei Kingdom as a prize for his amazing fighting skills.

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