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Cao CaoEdit

Cáo Cāo 曹操
孟德 Mèngdé
Cao Cao face
Cao Cao Artwork
Gender Male
Relatives

Great Grandfather: Cao Jie
Grandfather: Cao Teng
Father:Cao Song
Brother: Cao De
Uncle: Lü Boshe ƒ

Wives: Empress Bian, Lady Liu, Lady Ding
Sons with Empress Bian: Cao Pi, Cao Zhang, Cao Zhi, Cao Xiong
Sons with Lady Liu: Cao Ang, Cao Shuo
Sons with Lady Huan: Cao Chong, Cao Ju, Cao Yu
Sons with Lady Du: Cao Lin, Cao Gun
Sons with Lady Qin: Cao Xuan, Cao Jun
Sons from Lady Yin: Cao Ju
Sons with Other Consorts: Cao Gan, Cao Shan, Cao Biao, Cao Qin, Cao Cheng, Cao Zheng, Cao Jing, Cao Jun, Cao Ji, Cao Hui, Cao Mao

>Younger Cousins: Cao Ren, Cao Chun, Cao Hong
Nephew: Cao Anmin
Distant Nephew: Cao Xiu, Cao Zhen
Horse: Shadow Runner

Information .


  • Abilities:Sword Puppetry
  • Height:5'9"
  • Age:22
  • Born: 155 AD
  • Died: 220 AD

Posthumously known as Emperor Wu (武皇帝).

  • Titles and Rank:
  • Northern Commandant of Luoyang
  • Prefect of Dunqiu
  • Gentleman- consultant of the Imperial Court
  • Chief Commandant of Cavalry
  • Chancellor of Jinan
  • Grand Administrator of Dongjun
  • Colonel in Charge of the Army
  • Colonel of the Resolute Cavalry
  • General Who Displays Firmness
  • Grand Administrator of Dongjun
  • Governor of Yanzhou
  • General Who Establishes Virtue
  • General Who Guards the East
  • Marquis of Feiting
  • Intendant of the Affairs of the Masters of Writing
  • Colonel Director of Retainers
  • General-in-chief
  • Marquis of Wuping
  • Minister of Works
  • General of Chariots and Cavalry
  • Lieutenant-Chancellor
  • Duke of Wei
  • King of Wei
  • The Man

Romance of the Three Kingdoms Chapters Appear: 1–6, 10–77, 78, 79–82, 85, 88, 91, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99, 106, 109, 111, 114, 119, 120

Kingdom Wei
Battle .
  • Yellow Turban Rebellion
  • Hulao Gate
  • Yan Province
  • Xu Province
  • Xiaopei
  • Guandu
  • Chibi
  • Tong Gate
  • Hanzhong

InformationEdit

[1] The founder of Wei Kingdom .

Cao Cao's ArmyEdit

[2]

Popular QuotationEdit

  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Chapter 4 Cao Cao said, “Better that I betray the world than let the world betray me.” [操曰:宁教我负天下人,休教天下人 负我。]

  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Chapter 59 Fighting Ma Chao, Cao Cao said, “You despised me because I had no wall to my camp, but lo! in one single night, God has made me a wall. Do you not think it time to give in?” [操曰:“汝欺我營寨不成,今一夜天使 築就,汝何不早降!”]

  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Chapter 72 Cao Cao said, “I like to kill people in my dreams, so when I fall asleep be sure not to come too close.”

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