Dynasty Warriors - Wikiquote
When Ce entered Huiji, Zhou Tai was made Major with a Separate Sun Quan liked Zhou Tai's character a lot, and requested for Tai to be When Lord Cao's army launched an assault from Ruxu, Zhou Tai went to meet the attack. . Zhou Tai You Ping Weapon: Dusk Attack: +55 Method: Defeat the 2. Still, he could see the large man's eyes staring right back at him. Zhou Tai was still tense, when Sun Quan placed his hands on his shoulder . they took tiny breaks to meet, to see each other, indulge a little. Quan He jabbed his sword into a rowdy bandit hellbent on killing a peasant, when he shivered. In his most desperate hour, Sun Quan puts his faith in Lu Xun, but will his If I ally with him now, I would be turning my back on my oath with my brothers. When we defeated Guan Yu, Lu Xun was the one who came up with all the ideas. the two generals presently in charge — Han Dang and Zhou Tai.
Sun Ce had heard of Taishi Ci before so he released Taishi Ci from his bonds and asked him for advice on his future conquests. Taishi Ci replied, "I am an officer of a defeated army. I am not qualified to speak on such matters. In the present, I seek advice from a man of righteousness. What are you talking about? The troops are scattered and low on morale. It may be difficult, but I still intend to gather and bring them together. I am afraid this is not what you wish to see. I hope you will return by midday tomorrow.
He is known for keeping his promises. I believe he will not deceive me. By midday, when the shadow was shortest, Taishi Ci returned as promised. Sun Ce was overjoyed. He often consulted Taishi Ci on military affairs later on. He suspected that there was a mistake.
Sun Ce sent Taishi Ci to persuade them to surrender. Yuan Shu had control over the thousands of troops which used to be under my father 's command. I wanted to make great achievements, so I had no choice but to submit to Yuan Shu and ask him to give me control of my father's troops. Even then, he only gave me back about 1, men. When he ordered me to attack Lujiang, the circumstances I was in were so desperate that I had no choice but to obey him. Later on, he turned evil and wanted to commit treacherous acts.
I tried to dissuade him but he wouldn't listen. That was when I decided to sever ties with him. My relationship with Yuan Shu is only up to this extent.
Now that Liu Yao is dead, there is no chance for me to explain to him anymore. However, his son still lives in Yuzhang. You are from the same commandery as Liu Yao, and you served under him before.
I hope you can visit his son and convey my wishes to his followers. If they wish to join me, I will welcome them; if they don't, do treat them kindly. At the same time, you can assess how strong Hua Ziyu's defences are, and see if the peoples of Luling and Poyang are willing to join me. You can bring along as many men as you wish. Yet, you treat me as generously as how Duke Huan of Qi and Duke Wen of Jin treated former enemies who surrendered to them.
The ancients lived by a code of loyalty until death. I don't need too many men to accompany me. Just a dozen or so will be sufficient. However, Sun Ce said, "All of you are wrong. I trust my judgment. Taishi Ci may be brave and headstrong, but he is not an impulsive person. He is a man of exemplary character and a man who keeps his word. I treat him like a close friend and will not betray him. All of you don't need to worry. He also conferred the title of Marquis of Lingyang onto Zhou Tai.
Zhou Tai died in the middle of the Huangwu year AD Thus he was promoted to the rank of major-general. He died in the second year of Huanglong AD His younger brother, Zhou Cheng, took command of the troops and inherited the marquisate.
Not bad, but it's lacking in crowd control ability. Zhou Tai's throw move. He impales the enemy with his katana sheath, and then pulls out his katana and slashes them. Slow to start, but unblockable. Zhou Tai spins around and hits the enemy up into the air. A series of repeated slashes that stun the enemy at the end.
This move is quite nice. Zhou Tai kicks the enemy into the air after spinning. Hit T again to jump up and slash them once more. Zhou Tai slides forward and delivers a powerful stab. This is good against officers, since it does a lot of damage. Don't use this in crowds though, it'll only hit one enemy. Not bad, since it does decent damage. A mid air slash.
He does a back flip, then comes crashing to the ground and impales his sheath in the ground. Zhou Tai slashes repeatedly while standing stationary, and then does a dashing attack at the end. Basically this is the same as his regular musou, only with an added fire element. Repeated slashes to the right. Weapons with more max hits yield more right side slashing. This is nice, since he doesn't hit on the left, making it easier to combo. A frontal slash that comes very close to hitting the poor horse in the head.
The Battle of Xu Chang, a dynasty warriors fanfic | FanFiction
Faster regular horse attacks until your musou gauge drains completely, followed by his horse charge attack. Defeat the 2 Guard Troop Captains of the map top castle. Meet with Sun Quan. All in under 3 minutes. No restrictions Sun Quan is trapped in He Fei castle.
He has 4 sub-generals who are fighting for their lives on their own.
You're to rescue them all and escort Sun Quan to the exit similar to Rescue the Qiaos Requirements, in order verified: Rescue his four sub-officers 3. The plan of the attack upon Yangzhou Region was the next matter for discussion. Liu Yao had long ruled in Yangzhou and headquartered in Shouchun. But Yuan Shu had forced him to flee to the southeast of the Great River.
He retired to Que and now was battling with Wu Jing in Linyang. Hearing of the meditated attack on him, Liu Yao summoned his generals to take counsel. No army can get past that, whatever its strength. Rather stay by my side and await my orders. Soon Zhang Ying led his army to Niuzhu, where the stores of grain located. Zhang Ying roundly abused his opponent, and Huang Gai rode out to attack him.
Zhang Ying turned back, and then Sun Ce advanced in full force, compelling the enemy to abandon their possession. The defeated general fled to the hills. Now the incendiaries who had brought about this result were two, named Jiang Qin from Shouchun and Zhou Tai from Jiujiang, who in these turbulent times had got together a band of kindred spirits and lived by plundering the country along the Great River. They knew Sun Ce by reputation as a man who treated able people very liberally and wished to join him.
So they came with their band, three hundred strong, and helped him in this way as an introduction. Sun Ce welcomed them and gave the leaders rank. After taking possession of the stores of all kinds abandoned by the runaways, and enlisting four thousand of those who surrendered into his own ranks, Sun Ce moved forward to attack Shenting.
After his defeat Zhang Ying returned to his master and told his misfortune.
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Liu Yao was going to punish his failure by death, but listened to his advisers, who asked for mercy for the unfortunate man, and sent him to command the garrison in Lingling. Liu Yao himself set out to meet the invaders. He camped south of the Sacred Hills. Sun Ce camped on the opposite side of the hills. What need I fear? They rode up the hills, dismounted, burned incense, and they all bowed in the shrine. But do not go out. The others only laughed at the pair. Now having seen all he wished, Sun Ce thought it time to return and wheeled round his horse.
Two horsemen were coming at full speed down the next hill. Sun Ce halted and drew up his little escort right and left, he himself with his spear ready. I am not afraid of you. If I were, I should not be Sun Ce! Sun Ce braced himself for the shock, and the battle began. Fifty bouts were fought and still neither combatant had the advantage. Taishi Ci saw that the spearmanship of his opponent showed no weak point whereby he could gain the advantage, so he decided to resort to guile.
Feigning defeat he would lead Sun Ce to pursue. Taishi Ci however did not retire along the road by which he had come, but took a path leading around the hill instead of over it. If I capture him, the others will retake him. I will inveigle him into some secret spot and then try. Here Taishi Ci suddenly wheeled about and attacked. Again they exchanged half a hundred bouts, without result. Neither was wounded but each exerting his utmost strength to pull the other out of the saddle, and they both came to the ground.
Their steeds galloped off they knew not whither, while the two men, each dropping his spear, began a hand to hand struggle.
Soon their fighting robes were in tatters. Sun Ce tried to stab with the short lance but Taishi Ci fended off the blow with the helmet as a shield. Then arose a great shouting. Liu Yao had come up with a thousand soldiers.
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Sun Ce seemed now in sore straits. His twelve followers came up, and each combatant let go his hold. Taishi Ci quickly found another steed, seized a spear, and mounted. Sun Ce, whose horse had been caught by Cheng Pu, also mounted, and a confused battle began between the handful of men on one side and a whole thousand troops on the other.
It swayed and drifted down the hill side. However, soon Zhou Yu leading his troops came to the rescue, and as evening drew on a tempest put an end to the fight. Both sides drew off and returned to camp.
The armies were drawn up. I will take him. The duel was stopped by the gongs of Liu Yao. Zhou Yu led a surprise force thither, and Chen Wu was in league with him to betray the city. We have no home now. A night raid on their camp would finish them.
Their opponents scattered in all directions. Taishi Ci alone made a determined stand, and as he could not withstand a whole army, he fled with ten horsemen to Jingxian. Now Sun Ce acquired a new adherent in the person of Chen Wu. He was a fighter of seven-span height, sallow of complexion and red eye, an odd looking man. But Sun Ce held him in high esteem, appointed him Commander, and put him in the van of the attack on Xue Li.
So Xue Li would not fight but remained within his defenses. His two opponents were ready for battle. It was Yu Mi. But in the third bout Sun Ce made him prisoner and carried him off to the other side.
Seeing his colleague thus captured, Fan Neng rode out to the rescue and got quite close. He split his skull and died. When Sun Ce reached his standard, he threw his prisoner to the ground.
And Yu Mi was also dead, crushed to death between the arm and the body of his captor. So in a few moments Sun Ce had disposed of two enemies, one crushed to death and one frightened to death.
Thereafter Sun Ce was called the Young Overlord. Liu Yao had a defeat. The greater portion of his force surrendered, and the number of those slain exceeded ten thousand. An attack on Moling was the next move. Someone let fly a furtive arrow from the wall which wounded Sun Ce in the left thigh so severely that he fell from his steed.
Hastily his officers picked up their wounded chief and returned to the camp where the arrow was pulled out and the wound dressed with the medicines suitable for injuries by metals. The camp was broken up.
Presently Sun Ce himself appeared on horseback, shouting: Sun Ce gave orders not to kill them. But their leaders fell: Thus Sun Ce got possession of Moling. Having calmed the people, he sent his soldiers away to Jingxian, where Taishi Ci was in command.