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E Huan
E Huan - RTKXII
Character Information
Force(s): Nanman
Shu
Weapon Type: Polearm (4: XL)
Club (7)
Great sword (8)
Unit Type: Nanman officer (4: XL)
Warrior (7~8)
Significant Battle(s):
First Appearance: Dynasty Warriors 4: Xtreme Legends
Historical Information
Real name:
È Huàn
Chinese name:
鄂煥 - 鄂焕
Style name:
unknown
Chinese name:
n/a
Born:
?
Died:
?
Fictional character.

E Huan (onyomi: Gaku Kan) is a fictional officer of the Nanman army in Romance of the Three Kingdoms. He served under Gao Ding who held the post of prefect in Yuejun.

Role in GamesEdit

In Dynasty Warriors 4: Xtreme Legends, E Huan appears in Meng Huo's Legend Mode. While Meng Huo charges out alone to defeat Sima Zhao, E Huan arrives with Yang Feng as reinforcements to aid him in fighting Xiahou Wei and Xiahou Hui.

In Dynasty Warriors 7, E Huan appears in Guan Suo's legendary stage against the Nanman and the Sanjiang DLC battle. In Dynasty Warriors 8, he guards Meng Huo's main base in Shu's hypothetical path at Nanzhong.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms gives E Huan a very high war stat, but his other stats bar his leadership fall fairly low in comparison. He is best suited with pike units and usually serves under Meng Huo in the "Nanman Rebellion" scenario.

QuotesEdit

  • "This is our land!"
  • "I shall become one... with the earth!"

Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit

A subordinate of the tribal leader Gao Ding, E Huan was feared for his tall height (which measured up to nine feet tall) and savagery in battle. His proficiency with the crescent halberd made him a force to be reckoned with among those within the Nanman army. However, he fell prey to a trap laid by Zhuge Liang after crossing blades with Wei Yan. Upon his release, he convinced his lord to surrender and swear fealty to Shu.

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