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Great sword (8)
|First Appearance:||Dynasty Warriors 3|
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King Wutugu (onyomi: Gotsutotsukotsu) is a fictional officer who served under Meng Huo and was king of the land of Wu Ge (Wuguo). He is portrayed as "an extremely large man" who wore scale armor mixed with oil. This helped make the Nanman armored troops and made sure weapons could not penetrate the armor.
Before Dynasty Warriors 8, his name was spelled as "Wu Tugu".
Role in GamesEdit
Throughout the Dynasty Warriors series, Wu Tugu will torment players in the Nanman campaign with special armored troopers. Arrows will not work against them. In Dynasty Warriors 5, Zhuge Liang makes a countermeasure which involves explosives.
He is the only non-unique officer in Dynasty Warriors 8 whose size dwarfs most generic troops.
In Kessen II, Wu Tugu is officially described as a heavily muscle man who trained in the mountains and fought with gorillas. Riding at Zhu Rong's request with his elephant army, he is a rough general who doesn't like to think out his actions for battle. He speaks with monstrous sounding grunts and harsh words in his Japanese appearance. Like the rest of the other Nanzhong natives, he stays in his homeland to guard the peace in their queen's absence.
- Hirofumi Tanaka - Kessen II (Japanese)
Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit
When Meng Huo struggled against the Shu forces during Zhuge Liang's southern campaign, Wu Tugu and his men came to the rescue and overwhelmed Shu. He however pushed up too far into the Shu camp, where Zhuge Liang had laid gunpowder and preparations for a fire attack in Panshe Valley. He burnt to death when the bombs were ignited and his oil armor caught fire.
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