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|Force(s):||Liu Du's Forces|
|Weapon Type:|| Spear (4)|
Great sword (8)
|Unit Type:|| Hero (4, 6:E)|
|First Appearance:||Dynasty Warriors 4|
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邢道榮 - 邢道荣
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Xing Daorong (onyomi: Kei Dōei) is a fictional vassal who served Liu Du. Xing Daorong opposes Liu Bei and surrenders when he is unable to match Zhang Fei and Zhao Yun. Once he is released, he attacks Liu Bei again before losing to Zhao Yun.
Role in GamesEdit
At the Jing campaign in Dynasty Warriors 4, Xing Daorong begins his ambush on the Shu main camp, forcing Zhao Yun and others to defend their superiors from the general. He returns in Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires as a vassal of Liu Du in Ling Ling and again in Dynasty Warriors 8 as a recruitable officer in Ambition Mode.
Xing Daorong is a general in Romance of the Three Kingdoms who can be usually found in the southern cities of Jing Province before he serves Liu Du in Lingling. He has a high war stat in the 80's and above-averga leadership in the 60's, but especially his charisma and politics stats are among the lowest in the game.
- "Ha ha ha! I will destroy them all!"
Romance of the Three KingdomsEdit
Xing Daorong appears in chapter 52 of the novel. Liu Du's son Liu Xian recommended him to lead the defense against Liu Bei's invasion led by Zhang Fei and Zhao Yun. 10 miles away from Lingling, Liu Xian and Xing Daorong set up their camps to prepare for Liu Bei's troops with 10,000 men. After scouting Zhuge Liang's position, Xing Daorong rode out with his battle axe to oppose the enemy. After refusing Zhuge Liang's offer to surrender, Xing Daorong attacked the former, but Zhuge Liang turned his carriage and rode back, allowing Xing Daorong to pursue him. Xing Daorong did so alone and fell into an ambush by Zhang Fei. They exchanged a few bouts before Xing Daorong decided to flee, only to fall into another ambush by Zhao Yun. Xing Daorong dismounted and surrendered.
Liu Bei wanted to execute him, but Zhuge Liang allowed him to go if he captured Liu Xian for them. Xing Daorong accepted and returned to Lingling, where he told Liu Xian of the incident. They decided to prepare an ambush for Zhuge Liang, but their camp was set on fire at night. They pursued the fugitives, but they disappeared soon after. Upon their return, their camp was still burning, so Liu Xian told Xing Daorong to attack Zhuge Liang's stockade together. When they turned again, Zhao Yun approached with an army and attacked them. Xing Daorong was slain and Liu Xian captured by Zhang Fei.