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Dynasty Warriors 5 has Lu Bu additionally defend Si Shui Gate. When Sun Quan joins forces with Liu Bei to end Cao Cao at Chi Bi, Lu Bu is . His initial failure at Xiaopei prompts the two cohorts to corner Lu Bu at Xiapi. . In Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends, Lu Bu is given an expanded relationship with both his. Should players fail to ensure her survival while fighting under Dong Zhuo's banner, However, she remains with Dong Zhuo from beginning to end if his scenario is Dynasty Warriors 5 has Diao Chan assist the front at Si Shui Gate, reluctant . In the Japanese version of Dynasty Warriors 4: Empires, Diao Chan is given. Dynasty Warriors (真・三國無双 Shin Sangoku Musou note Literally True — Three Kingdoms Unmatched in Japanese .
She also appeals to Lu Bu, using his feelings for her to antagonize Dong Zhuo. In their related Musou Modesshe joins Lu Bu's revolt. Her only appearance in Dynasty Warriors 2 is at Hu Lao Gate where she accompanies Dong Zhuo into battle, generally dying in the battle. Should players fail to ensure her survival while fighting under Dong Zhuo's banner, Lu Bu will immediately blame the tyrant for her death and turn against him.
Diao Chan's role in Dynasty Warriors 3 remains similar to the last title and she will always die at Hu Lao Gate, unless she is ignored by the player. She is also seen dancing and singing the game's image song during Shu 's ending scene and may appear in one of Wu 's versions as well.
In her story in Dynasty Warriors 3: Lu Bu corners her and refuses to let her leave. To leave the political arena for good, she defeats him to live peacefully by herself. In the other story modes, she generally has a minor role in Yuan Shao 's, only appearing at Hu Lao.
She has a similar role in Lu Bu's story, except that she lives and fights with him. In Zhu Rong 's story, she is one of the characters humiliated by the Nanman pair.
Along with her lover and the remaining couples, they stage an attack on Zhu Rong's army at He Fei Castlebut are all slain by the Nanman King and Queen. In Dynasty Warriors 4her role varies depending on which kingdom the player selects. Choosing Lu Bu's scenario causes her to convince him into revolting against his master. However, she remains with Dong Zhuo from beginning to end if his scenario is chosen instead.
It's unknown if her loyalty to him in this path is sincere or not. In Shu's story mode, she only appears at Hu Lao Gate where she will always die. Xtreme Legends details her version of Dong Zhuo's death. As the tyrant's reign of terror prolongs itself, she decides to carry out her father's will by herself and sneaks into Dong Zhuo's room within the capital.
She may choose to avoid the patrol guards so as to not fight Lu Bu.
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When she completes her mission, Dong Zhuo expresses his disbelief that she has been targeting him since the start. Diao Chan reasons that his death is needed to start a new age and leaves. She continues to fight through Dong Zhuo's remaining officers to escape from the castle. As she draws closer to Lu Bu, she becomes infatuated with him and fears for his safety at Hu Lao Gate. When she tells him that she chooses to stand by his side, she confesses Wang Yun's plot to Lu Bu and the couple kill Dong Zhuo together.
Although her role is finished, she devotes herself to her love and follows him where ever he goes. While Lu Bu's forces were able to prevail, their leader exhausts himself and dies. Diao Chan, left with no will to fight, gives no heed to the land's ensuing chaos. The trio work together to surround Puyang Castle and create a land of their own. They join forces with the Wei defector, Chen Gong. After the battle, Diao Chan laments being ostracized by the surrounding regional lords.
Even so, she pines to spend more time beside Lu Bu. Diao Chan's ending scene in Dynasty Warriors: Online shows her playing the erhu undisturbed now that the chaos has subsided. While concerned with how long the peace might last, she decides not to worry about it as long as the player is by her side. In Dynasty Warriors 6, she has already carried out her father's plot to destroy Dong Zhuo. While her father's dying wish was for her to live her own life, Diao Chan promises to keep using Lu Bu's strength to restore the Han Dynasty.
They rout the conqueror and are granted a moment's peace. Chen Gong, who isn't fooled by Diao Chan's lies, asks her real desires and what it has to do with Lu Bu's wishes, which has her ponder her feelings for him. During their following conflicts with Cao Cao, Diao Chan begins to realize Lu Bu's genuine care for her and begins to feel guilty about her scheme.
When Lu Bu hints that he has known the truth about her since Dong Zhuo's death, she is surprised yet touched, truly thanking him for his efforts. Diao Chan and Lu Bu detach themselves from political affairs and live their lives together in peace. In Dynasty Warriors 7 Diao Chan is hardly seen in the story modes of the three kingdoms. It is presumed that she dies alongside Lu Bu. Her three Legendary Battles roughly follow her general role in the series. Her first one has her act on her father's wishes to personally assassinate Dong Zhuo in the capital.
Cao Cao states her duty to kill Dong Zhuo has long been achieved and asks how long she intends to keep up her farce to Lu Bu. Diao Chan has no idea how long she intends to follow Lu Bu, but she implies her feelings for her lover may be genuine.
A beauty contest held between her and other maidens in the game acts as her last Legendary Battle. She defeats various beauties -including Zhang He - to prove her charms to be unmatched throughout the land. The Xtreme Legends expansion adds a Hero Scenario dedicated to her. It is a detailed version of Dong Zhuo's assassination, in which she tries to convince other generals to defect. When her plan for stealth fails, it turns into massacre in the capital. Together with Lu Bu, the couple succeed in slaying the tyrant.
She is encountered again as an enemy of Cao Cao's forces during the Battle of Xiapi. Despite her best efforts, she fails to defend the main camp from Xiahou Yuan and is forced to leave the battlefield. Following her lover throughout his scenario, Diaochan grieves over the continued conflict which motivates Lu Bu to end the fighting for her sake.
His rampaging causes more suffering across the land, forcing Wang Yun to band the other warlords against him. Out of obligation for her father, she leaves Lu Bu's side and declares her intent to have him die for the chaos to end. She surrenders to Lu Bu after her father's defeat and they both mutually confess their affections for one another.
The couple resumes their journey throughout the land in an effort to stop the scourge of war for good. Dynasty Warriors 8 has Diaochan aid the worn out Cao Cao in his plight from Dong Zhuo by leading him to an escape route outside Luoyang. She is seen later on participating in the battles at Hulao Gate and Xiapi as an enemy.
Making their way through various foes and obstacles, they reach Lu Bu in time and successfully turn him against his master. With his aid, the three of them manage to repel Zhang Liao before exterminating Dong Zhuo.
After helping Dong Zhuo's army move the Emperor to Chang'anshe persuades Lu Bu to eliminate the tyrant for her father's sake. Once the deed is done, their army is forced to leave the capital due to enemy reinforcements led by Jia Xu. With her role over, Diaochan retires from the battlefield and does not appear in the historical route. Should the player have Wang Yun hide during the revolt, Diaochan will find him alive and promise to return to Lu Bu's side.
In the hypothetical route, Diaochan actively participates in Lu Bu's campaigns while showing concern over his dissatisfaction towards the Emperor. She proves instrumental in cementing her lover's alliance with Liu Bei in time for their attack against Cao Cao at Xu Province.
She also appears in the final battle at Chang'an, and is happy to see Lu Bu's decision to become emperor without killing Emperor Xian. Cao Cao barely escapes the attack at the unfortunate cost of Dian Wei's life. Reuniting with his forces outside the castle, they lead a counteroffensive to drive Zhang Xiu into submission. While he compliments his new strategist's talents, he grimly warns Jia Xu to never double cross him.
He therefore confronts the emperor in person to learn the frightened man's intentions. Learning that the emperor is afraid of being killed by him, Cao Cao affirms his denial of the claim.
A land without an emperor would cause the people to riot and render his ambitions meaningless. With the emperor left as his puppet to power, Cao Cao leads his army to conquer his former ally, Liu Bei, establishing Xu Province as his own. He reasons that they have made their choice against his vision and are not worth of mercy.
He continues to pursue Liu Bei south and his navy suffers a deafening defeat at Chibi. Although heavily surrounded, Cao Cao escapes to safety. He inwardly feels unease by the losses he experienced and his uncertainties leak through at times, despite his will to suppress them for his ambition. After driving back Ma Chao's army, he seeks to take Hanzhong as his own and orders the majority of his army westward. Upon Xiahou Yuan's death, however, Cao Cao makes the hard choice of avoiding revenge and orders the withdraw from Mt.
He does so in order to decimate Guan Yu's position in Jing Province, a man whose prowess stayed with Cao Cao as an impressive yet dangerous threat. Six months later, an ailing Cao Cao drops the pretense of living solely for his ambition. He speaks his honest thanks to Xiahou Dun, looks forward to reuniting with Dian Wei, and apologizes to Xiahou Yuan before he dies in bed. He fights through several officers blocking his path, including Lu Bu. His story begins in the second chapter as a part of the anti-Dong Zhuo coalition, seeking to gauge the threat of his future competition.
He has Jia Xu soften the enemy assault before personally joining the front lines at Guandu. His general activities from the previous title are repeated up to Chibi.
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His fate is decided by the scenario the player has chosen. Shu's final chapter has him mortally wounded by Liu Bei's army at Xuchang. Sun Quan spares him for his irreplaceable intelligence in Wu's scenario, and he swallows his pride to accept the offer. He and Liu Bei survive under Sun Quan's leadership.
Lu Bu's chapter has him unite with the other warlords to eliminate Lu Bu and fail, perishing during his second attempt. He claims Chengdu as his own and personally defeats Sun Quan in honor of those who died for his cause. Despite achieving his unification, he ponders a future beyond his conquests.
His soliloquy expresses his belief for every person to use their talents to find their purpose in life. In the eighth installmentCao Cao is first seen after his failed attempt to assassinate Dong Zhuo. Despite this setback, he manages to escape from Lu Bu and Dong Zhuo's generals with help from his cousins, Xiahou Dun and Xiahou Yuan with a mysterious dancer 's help.
He soon joins Yuan Shao's coalition to claim victory over Dong Zhuo. Cao Cao quickly abandons the alliance in search of talented followers and opportunities for conquest, first pacifying the remnants of the Yellow Turbans. Within a few months time, he protects the emperor's carriage and his forces provide him shelter. Cao Cao becomes the emperor's protector through his act, well aware of his lord's disdain for him.
His major conquests from the seventh title occur again for the historical narrative, except Cao Cao leads a secondary campaign to dispatch the remaining members of Yuan family and he personally captures Xu Shu at Xinye.
Cao Cao passes away off screen shortly after Fan Castle. Shortly after his victory, he continues his march through Wu and obliterates the Sun Family.
While Cao Cao was preoccupied by Sun Quan, Liu Bei conquers the western side of the country, and the two compete for supremacy.
Their struggle ends at Baidi Castle. Cao Cao retires and lets his son lead in government affairs, leaving Xuchang with his cousins for other horizons. In Dynasty Warriors 8: He appears again later on at Puyang, surprised by the assault and is forced to retreat.
After regrouping his men, Cao Cao follows Guo Jia's advice and attacks the undermanned garrison of Dingtao. In the historical route, he wins the previous conflict and regains control of Yan Province.Dynasty Warriors 5 Empires: Failed Ending
In a short amount of time, his men corner the "beast" at Xiapi. With a combination of fire and water attacks on the castle, he captures Lu Bu along with Chen Gong and Zhang Liao while deciding to ignore Lu Bu's daughter and lets her escape. Cao Cao decides to ask them their thoughts on strength to determine their fate and executes his former officer, hire Zhang Liao, and cuts down Lu Bu himself.
Noting his wildness to the end he says farewell to "the beast of the chaos". After losing once more, he is forced to work together with the other warlords by sending reinforcements to his old friend at Guandu, and gather whats left of his army to defend Chang'an with Yuan Shao, Sun CeLiu Bei, and the remnants of Dong Zhuo's army.
As Lu Bu and his men approach the north-east corner, the Hero of Chaos will try to stop him, only to fall in battle with the other defenders. Cao Cao is playable in two of Wei's Xtreme Legend stages. After the battle, the Shu and Wu get seriously weakened; allowing Cao Cao to end the chaos and celebrates with his men. Noticing Yu Jin by himself, he goes over to tell him that its okay to relax every now or then. Cao Cao praises the veteran for being at his side for so long.
During the battle, he will abandon his castle to charge at the allied main camp. He later appears at Runan opposing Yuan Shu's advance. At Lujiang, he is victorious at Chibi, and attempts to pursue the scattered Sun forces.
He also appears to reinforce Liu Cong at Xiangyang. Sensing further chaos from the fighting, Cao Cao witnesses the dilapidation of the imperial court at Dong Zhuo's hands and attempts to assassinate him. When the attempt fails, he simply joins Yuan Shao's call-to-arms against Dong Zhuo. Though they are victorious, Luoyang was in flames, the emperor was in Chang'an, the imperial seal lost, and Dong Zhuo already dead at Lu Bu's hands.
With nothing left to do, Cao Cao and the rest of the warlords left for their respective domains. Though he slays the governor, Lu Bu's attack on Yan Province spells the end for the campaign, and Cao Cao returns to retake his lost cities.
Beginning his claim for the central plains, Cao Cao decides to rescue Emperor Xian from the remnants of Dong Zhuo's forces and would-be caretakers. When the emperor declares Xuchang as the new capital, Cao Cao allies himself with other warlords to eliminate Lu Bu and Yuan Shu to prepare for the upcoming showdown against Yuan Shao.
Overcoming his friend's overwhelming numbers with the sheer talent of his officers, Cao Cao rules the north and turns his attention south towards Liu Bei and Sun Quan of Wu. With his southern campaign failing at Chibi, Cao Cao chooses to take the title Duke of Wei in order to bring out many of his enemies. Moving west to defeat the remaining resistance under Ma Chao, Cao Cao secures Liang Province before taking Hanzhong, thereby shaking the balance between the land that was now divided into three.
With Guan Yu's head delivered to him, Cao Cao falls deeper into illness. Preparing orders that the men are not to mobilize in the case Liu Bei would attack Wu in revenge, Cao Cao agrees to Xiahou Dun's request to rest, though he only promises to do so after writing one more set of orders. Shortly after, Cao Cao quietly passes away, but his final orders are issued: That the men and officials not leave their posts and that he not be mourned traditionally and publicly.
Warriors Orochi Edit In Orochi's scenarioCao Cao leads one of the main forces who initially opposed the snake demon. At Yi Linghis army does well until they're bombarded by cannon fire, something that the men of Wei have never seen before.
Quick to overcome the shock, he counters with a fire attack. Despite his efforts, he is defeated and wounded to the point of a coma. Dian Wei carries him off to safety and hides from the public eye.
Since many reports said that he died, Cao Pi becomes Wei's ruler in his absence. In Warriors Orochihe triumphantly returns to reinforce his son's army at Yamazaki in Wei's story mode.
Though he is reinstated as Wei's ruler, he lets Cao Pi be the commander in their final attack against Orochi. The latter decides to test Cao Cao's might and keeps quiet about the otherworldly events, including the Sun Wukong -led enemy army at Si Province. As the war progresses, Nu Wa finds herself surprised how Cao Cao is able to turn any against-the-odds battle into a gain and opportunity.
She fears if ever he would stray from the correct path, furthered by the straightforward words of Da Ji, who herself was scared that Nu Wa would not be able to stop Cao Cao.
He also appears in another dream stage alongside Guan Yu and Mitsuhide to test their respective offsprings in battle. After Orochi's second defeat, Cao Cao wanted to unify the land under his country's name in Warriors Orochi 3 's original timeline.
He once fought against Nobunaga for control but, during their power struggle, their forces were scattered and obliterated by Hydra and the serpent army. Cao Cao and company oppose them on the assumption that they are obediently following Da Ji. Although Ma Chao desires to avenge his slain clan when Cao Cao is defeated, the general spares him for the sake of saving the dimensional world's future. Convinced by the act of mercy, Cao Cao repays them by joining their cause.
He later leads their army to reinforce Liu Bei and Ieyasu at Chengdu. Still a major warlord after the Hydra's defeat in Warriors Orochi 3 UltimateCao Cao personally leads Wei in order to continue furthering the pressure against former Orochi associates. He fends off against Ma Chao at Tetorigawawhile the latter is being mislead by an unexplained duplicate of Nagamasa. To his surprise, the Oda army had supposedly sided with Da Ji, while chaos ensued between members of the Coalition.
Eventually it's revealed that the confusion had been caused by an artifact called the Divine Mirrorwhich could replicate soldiers and generals. He is last seen alongside both Guo Jia and Cao Pi, having returned to their world.
Not long after their arrival do they find themselves wedged inside a battle between Ares 's army and Lu Bu's. Fortunately, reinforcements from Liu Bei arrive, and two are able to repel both armies. As a result, Cao Cao takes his forces to join the Coalition. Hoping to figure out his son's reasoning's for aiding Ares, Cao Cao attacks his son at his castle. Breaking the defenders by his sudden arrival, Cao Cao receives his son's hidden letter, revealing the key to destroying the barriers protecting Zeus.
He also leaves on a journey with Xun Yu to investigate the appearance of a large man with white hair, and a handsome, gentle man. At one point, he may subjugate Lu Bu into servitude under a warning. Even if he wins that war, Cao Cao will eventually die of illness, leaving his son Cao Pi to succeed where he failed.
He is amused by her abilities and desires to have her in his army. During a later stand off with Liu Beishe proudly stands by her husband and declares her loyalty to him. Cao Cao is startled to learn of her relation with his rival but continues his conquest to end Shu. If he wins, he spares the fleeing Liu Bei and Sun Shang Xiang, stating that he's content with being the land's ruler. He is a feared conqueror who wants to conquer the land and eventually travel west to Rome.
He is chosen by heaven to rule and befriends Liu Bei in an attempt to one day overthrow him.