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  • Dian Wei
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  • Dian Wei is a character in Romance of the Three Kingdoms. He is Lord Cao Cao's personal bodyguard, along with his close friend Xu Chu. He is one of Cao Cao's most trusted and beloved servants, having served by Cao Cao's side since the beginning of the story. He eventually gave his life to ensure Cao Cao's escape. He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.
  • Dian Wei (典韋) is a student of Dong Han Academy and part of Cao Cao's family army. He was chosen to participate an army to battle against Bai Po Huang Jin High School and Nan Xiong Nu High School's forces under request by Dong Zhuo. During the battle, he, along with the rest of the army, fell into the enemy's trap, nearly died defending themselves. Thankfully, the Five Tiger Generals, the Jiang Dong Army and Cao Cao's family soldiers combine forces and defeat the enemy. He was later returned to Dong Han Academy in one piece.
  • Dian Wei (onyomi: Ten I) is one of Cao Cao's many generals who was renowned for his strength and bravery. He fought in several battles in his lord's honor before he acted as the rear guard for his lord's escape at Wan Castle. Cao Cao is reputed to have grieved his passing. Romance of the Three Kingdoms has Cao Cao praise Dian Wei as a match for E Lai (悪来, onyomi: Akurai), the same name of a mighty bureaucrat who once served King Zhou. His death in the novel is largely believed to have inspired Benkei's death in fiction. In Kessen II, his character's height is 200 cm (6'7").
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Appeared
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Aura
  • N/A
Item
  • Banner of the Coming Evil
Special
  • N/A
Age
  • 27
Weapon
  • Axe
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  • Ball and chain
  • Axe and armored gauntlet
Status
  • Alive
Role
  • Minor character
Footnotes
  • His style name is allegedly Zimàn according to some sources, though this may be the result of fabricated information or a translation error.
Actor
  • Huang Tai An
Name
  • Dian Wei
Type
Caption
  • Shin Sangoku Musou 15th Anniversary artwork
First
  • 19
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Height
  • 192.0
Skill
  • Martial arts skills
Real Name
  • Diǎn Wěi
Died
  • 197
Battle
Gender
  • Male
Born
  • ?
Chinese
  • 典韋
  • 典韋 - 典韦
World
Force
  • Wei
  • Zhang Miao's Forces
WOmystic
  • Mystic Slayer
counterpart(s)
  • N/A
11weapon
WOstage
  • Yamazaki
  • Initially available
  • Changban - Redux
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  • N/A
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  • Dian Wei is a character in Romance of the Three Kingdoms. He is Lord Cao Cao's personal bodyguard, along with his close friend Xu Chu. He is one of Cao Cao's most trusted and beloved servants, having served by Cao Cao's side since the beginning of the story. He eventually gave his life to ensure Cao Cao's escape. He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.
  • Dian Wei (onyomi: Ten I) is one of Cao Cao's many generals who was renowned for his strength and bravery. He fought in several battles in his lord's honor before he acted as the rear guard for his lord's escape at Wan Castle. Cao Cao is reputed to have grieved his passing. Romance of the Three Kingdoms has Cao Cao praise Dian Wei as a match for E Lai (悪来, onyomi: Akurai), the same name of a mighty bureaucrat who once served King Zhou. His death in the novel is largely believed to have inspired Benkei's death in fiction. Dynasty Warriors fans voted him to fifty-second place in Gamecity's Dynasty Warriors 7 character popularity poll; he placed sixty-eighth in the Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends popularity poll. The latest poll for the eighth installment puts him in seventy-third. His nickname, E Lai, is often literally translated in the English script as the "Coming Evil" rather than keeping it as a person's name. In Kessen II, his character's height is 200 cm (6'7").
  • Dian Wei (典韋) is a student of Dong Han Academy and part of Cao Cao's family army. He was chosen to participate an army to battle against Bai Po Huang Jin High School and Nan Xiong Nu High School's forces under request by Dong Zhuo. During the battle, he, along with the rest of the army, fell into the enemy's trap, nearly died defending themselves. Thankfully, the Five Tiger Generals, the Jiang Dong Army and Cao Cao's family soldiers combine forces and defeat the enemy. He was later returned to Dong Han Academy in one piece.