- Wen Yang (Three Kingdoms)
Wen Yang (238 - 291) was an officer during the
Three Kingdoms Periodof China. Wen Yang was the son of Wen Qin. It is said that Wen Yang's real name is When Shu, but carried "Yang" as his childhood name up into adulthood. Wen Yang wielded his famous steel whip and was compared to Zhao Yunwith his uncomparable skill in battle. Wen Yang alone faced off against many troops that were under Sima Shiduring Wen Yang's assistance of the rebel leader Guanqiu Jian. After Wen Qin ended up being killed, Yang then went on to join Wei.
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