|Force(s):|| Jin Xuan's Forces|
Liu Bei's Forces
|Weapon Type:|| Sword (4~5, 7)|
|Unit Type:|| Strategist (4, 7~8)|
|First Appearance:||Dynasty Warriors 4|
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鞏志 - 巩志
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Gong Zhi (onyomi: Kyō Shi) is a fictional officer who joins Shu after betraying Jin Xuan of the Cao Cao-ruled government.
Role in GamesEdit
In Dynasty Warriors 4, he protects his master Jin Xuan at Wuling during Liu Bei's campaign in Southern Jing. As Gong Zhi suggests surrender, his master claims he won't be afraid of Liu Bei and starts his charge.
Gong Zhi appears during Wei's story in Dynasty Warriors 7 as an enemy at the Battle of Fan Castle. In the first part of the battle, he will follow Guan Ping and Guan Suo on the attack on Fan Castle after the water attack. In the second part of the battle, he is located outside the western base south of Fan Castle and has to be defeated in order to open the gates. He also appears in Wu's version of the battle, as well as Yue Ying's second legendary stage.
In Dynasty Warriors 8, he again appears as an enemy during Wei's version of Fan Castle.
The Romance of the Three Kingdoms games have him serve under Jin Xuan and later Liu Bei. He is an average officer with 60's intelligence and politics.
- "Lord Jin Xuan, for the people's sake, we must surrender!"
- "Humph! I am not afraid of Liu Bei! Open the gate!"
- ~~ Gong Zhi and Jin Xuan; Dynasty Warriors 4
Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit
In chapter 53 of the novel, when Zhang Fei is sent by Zhuge Liang to absorb the city of Wuling from Jin Xuan, Gong Zhi advocates giving in to the invaders on the account that Liu Bei was a recognized imperial uncle, and Zhang Fei was an invincible warrior. His words are taken as traitorous by Jin Xuan and he is put to death, but other officers successfully pleaded for Gong Zhi's life. Jin Xuan marches out with his army and is defeated by Zhang Fei, then retreating back to Wuling. Jin Xuan was killed by an arrow to the head after finding out that Gong Zhi and closed the gates. Thereafter Gong Zhi was made the governor of Wuling.