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Han Dynasty
Historical Information
Location: Eastern China; capital at Xuchang (prior to Three Kingdoms era)
Start: 206 BC
August 5, 25 AD for Eastern Han
End: December 10, 220
Major General(s): He Jin
Zhu Jun
Huangfu Song
Major Battle(s) Yellow Turban Rebellion

The Han Dynasty (汉朝), known as the Eastern Han Dynasty (东汉) prior to the Three Kingdoms era, was the governing body of China that followed the Qin and Xin Dynasty. Ruled by the Liu bloodline, their reign lasted over four centuries and is commonly considered within China to be one of the greatest periods in the history of China. To this day, the ethnic majority of China still refer to themselves as the "Han people". A combination of corruption, pestilence, sectionalism, and rebellion caused the eventual downfall of the entire dynasty. In the games, most characters serve the Han under the control of He Jin at the very beginning in the fight against the Yellow Turbans.

RulersEdit

This list only includes the designated rulers for the Eastern Han. It doesn't list leaders from the ancestral family line, Western Han, or Shu Han.

  1. Emperor Guangwu (Liu Xiu; 25 ~ 57 AD)
  2. Emperor Ming (Liu Yang; 28 ~ 75 AD)
  3. Emperor Zhang (Liu Da; 75 ~ 88 AD)
  4. Emperor He (Liu Zhao; 88 ~ 105 AD)
  5. Emperor Shang (Liu Long; 105 ~ 106 AD)
  6. Emperor An (Liu Hu; 106 ~ 125 AD)
  7. Marquess of Beixiang (Emperor Shao; Liu Yi; ? ~ 125 AD)
  8. Emperor Shun (Liu Bao; 125 ~ 144 AD)
  9. Emperor Chong (Liu Bing; 144 ~ 145 AD)
  10. Emperor Zhi (Liu Zuan; 145 ~ 146 AD)
  11. Emperor Huan (Liu Zhi; 146 ~ 167 AD)
  12. Emperor Ling (Liu Hong; 168 ~ 189 AD)
  13. Emperor Shao (Liu Bian; 189 AD)
  14. Emperor Xian (Liu Xie; 189 ~ 220 AD) - considered 29th ruler if all predecessors are included.

LadiesEdit

Governing BodyEdit

OfficialsEdit

  • Ba Zhi
  • Bi Lan
  • Bi Yu
  • Bian Rang
  • Cai Yong
  • Cao Jie
  • Cao Quan
  • Cao Teng
  • Cao Yin
  • Cen Zhi
  • Chang Xia
  • Chen Dan
  • Chen Fan
  • Chen Gong
  • Chen Gui
  • Chen Ji
  • Chen Lin
  • Chen Wei
  • Chen Wen
  • Chong Fu
  • Chong Shao
  • Chu Gong
  • Cui Yuangping
  • Deng Pin
  • Deng Yuan
  • Ding Gong
  • Ding Guan
  • Dong Zhao
  • Dou Wu
  • Du Ji
  • Du Kui
  • Duan Xu
  • Duan Gui
  • Fa Zhen
  • Fan Ling
  • Fan Min
  • Feng Fang
  • Feng Ji
  • Feng Shi
  • Feng Xu
  • Fu De
  • Fu Wan
  • Fu Xie
  • Gao Wang
  • Geng Ji
  • Guo Sheng
  • Guo Xun
  • Han Rong
  • Handan Shang
  • Hou Lan
  • Hou Wen
  • Hu Mao
  • Hu Miao
  • Huang Wan
  • Huangfu Li
  • Humu Ban
  • Ji Ping
  • Jian Shuo
  • Jin Xuan
  • Kong Rong
  • Kong Zhou
  • Kuai Yue
  • Li Li
  • Li Min
  • Li Quan
  • Li Sheng
  • Li Ying
  • Li Zhen
  • Liang Gu
  • Liang Shao
  • Liang Yan
  • Liu Ai
  • Liu Ao
  • Liu Bao
  • Liu Biao
  • Liu He
  • Liu Hong
  • Liu Jun
  • Lu Cui
  • Lu Kui
  • Lu Qiang
  • Luo Jun
  • Ma Midi
  • Ma Yu
  • Meng Guang
  • Pei Mao
  • Peng Bo
  • Qiao Xuan
  • Qu Mu
  • Quan Rou
  • Que Jian
  • Raolong Zong
  • Rong Ge
  • She Jian
  • She Yuan
  • Sheng Xian
  • Shi Huang
  • Shisun Rui
  • Sima Fang
  • Song Dian
  • Song Nie
  • Song Yi
  • Su Gu
  • Sun Hui
  • Tang Zhou
  • Tian Fen
  • Tian Feng
  • Wang Fen
  • Wang Hong
  • Wang Ji
  • Wang Li
  • Wang Lang
  • Wang Long
  • Wang Meng
  • Wang Rui
  • Wang Xian
  • Wang Yun
  • Wang Zhi
  • Wei Duan
  • Wen Yi
  • Wu Shi
  • Wu Xiu
  • Xia Yun
  • Xiang Xu
  • Xiao Jian
  • Xu Feng
  • Xu Jing
  • Xu Qiu
  • Xu Xiang

GeneralsEdit

Fictional FollowersEdit

Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit

  • Cheng Kuang - Possibly fictional. Appeared in chapters 1 and 3. One of the Ten Eunuchs.
  • Cui Yi - Possibly fictional. Appeared in chapter 3. Housed Emperor Bian and future Emperor Xian after their flight from the massacre of the Ten Regular Attendants.
  • Fan Cheng - Possibly fictional. Appeared in chapter 14. Was appointed a position under Cao Cao's court along with Dong Zhao.
  • Gong Jing - Possibly fictional. Appeared in chapter 1. Attacked by Yellow Scarves.
  • Wei Hong - Appeared in chapter 5. Was a friend of the Cao clan and funded Cao Cao's first army.
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