Romance of the Three Kingdoms Guan Yu
Guan Yu, a legendary figure, embodied loyalty, bravery, and unwavering righteousness, earning him a place among the most celebrated heroes of the Three Kingdoms period. Born humble yet valiant, Guan Yu formed a sworn brotherhood with the warlord Liu Bei, forging a bond so strong it echoed "though born on different days, we swear to die on the same day." Through countless battles, he wielded his legendary glaive, "Crescent Moon," slaying rivals and protecting his sworn brother with unyielding loyalty.
His deeds became legend: slaying mighty warriors, crossing the mighty Yangtze River on horseback, and defying impossible odds with unwavering resolve. Even his rivals acknowledged his martial prowess and unmatched honor. But Guan Yu wasn't just a fierce warrior. He was known for his strict adherence to moral principles, valuing duty and justice above all else. His image, often depicted with a long flowing beard and piercing eyes, became a symbol of righteous leadership and unwavering loyalty.