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Real Life / Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Guan Yu (born circa 162 - died circa 219) was a Chinese military general serving under warlord Lui Bei during the late Eastern Han dynasty, whose actions contributed to the end of the dynasty and sparked the beginning of the Three Kingdoms period. A fictionalized account of Guan Yu's achievements served as the basis of the 14th century novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
Born in the Shanxi province, Guan Yu originally served under Emperor Xian, but later defected after learning of political manipulations by Cao Cao, the Chancellor of the Eastern Han dynasty. He eventually joined forces with and served under the warlord Lui Bei to attack Cao Cao's forces and seizing control of various territories, culminating with the Battle of Fancheng in 219 where he emerged victorious; the victory was short-lived, as a retaliatory attack by Cao Cao's army forced Guan Yu to retreat. With his armies gradually deserting him, Guan Yu was ultimately captured and executed. Guan Yu's legacy led to him eventually being worshipped as a god as early as the 6th century, as well as his inclusion as a major character in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, which portrays him as a righteous and loyal warrior.
In M.U.G.E.N, Guan Yu has been made by General Chicken four times.
Guan Yu is technically 4-button character, using (X) and (Y) for punches and (A) and (B) for kicks. (C) is used for the power charge and (Z) for dodge and rolls.
In general, his A.I. is average or challenging depending on player skill. He will often execute his combos often if given the chance. His moveset consists of the use of his Guan Dao. They mostly involve circular uppercut slashes slightly done in the air. Guan Yu also punches, kicks, poke, prod, and slashes with his weapon.
Hovering the mouse cursor over the Command Input icons will display text that refers to the inputs set in M.U.G.E.N's Key Config.
Icons encased in square brackets [ ] require the respective button(s) to be held down. Hovering the mouse cursor over the icon displays the hold duration if applicable.