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|Weapon Type:|| Iron fan (7)|
Throwing knives (8)
|Unit Type:||Strategist (7~8)|
|First Appearance:||Dynasty Warriors 7|
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孫德 - 孙徳
Li Fu (onyomi: Ri Fuku) is a minister of the Kingdom of Shu.
Role in GamesEdit
In Dynasty Warriors 7, Li Fu appears only at the Battle of Luo Castle. He defends the final base on Huang Zhong's path, where the latter will wait to conduct the ambush on Luo Castle. In Dynasty Warriors 8, he appears at Shu's Chengdu stage on the easternmost path that is taken by Pang Tong.
Li Fu was the son of Li Quan and born in Fu of Zitong prefecture, Yi Province. His father was a local leader in Yi Province and executed by Liu Yan. Eventually, Yi Province was conquered by Liu Bei and Li Fu joined him, becoming the Magistrate of Chengdu. He received numerous promotions in subsequent years. During Liu Shan's reign, he became Governor of Jiangzhou and "General Who Manifests Majesty". He was later appointed to "Supervisor of Masters of Writing" and made Marquis of Pingyang. He was also sent by Liu Shan to check on Zhuge Liang's condition during the latter's northern campaign and ask who should succeed him. In 238, Li Fu was appointed "Supervisor of the Front Army" by Jiang Wan and sent to prepare the army at Hanzhong against Wei. However, Li Fu died the same year. He had a son named Li Xiang, who served under the Jin Dynasty and a grandson named Li Shou.
Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit
In chapter 104, when Zhuge Liang's health continued to deteriorate, Li Fu was sent by Liu Shan to check up on the strategist's condition as well as to inquire who his successor would be. Upon being given this question, Zhuge Liang's answer was Jiang Wan followed by Fei Yi. In chapter 105, he returned to Liu Shan and reported Zhuge Liang's death and last words.