Cao Chun
Cao Chun
Character information
Force(s): Wei
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Historical information
Real name: Cao Chun
Chinese name: 曹純
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Born: 170
Died: 210

Cao Chun was a general of Cao Cao.

Biography Edit

Cao Chun was the younger brother of Cao Ren, and was the cousin of Cao Cao. He was a veteran general of his early campaigns such as the Guandu Campaign, where he led a part of the Wei army. In 205, when Yuan Tan attacked Cao Cao, he attacked him at Nanpi and slew him. In 207, he continued the campaign against the Yuan family children and captured Tadun, the chieftain of the Wuhuan tribe of northeastern China. The following year, he served in the campaign against Liu Bei at Changban Po, where he was infamous for killing Lady Mi, the wife of Liu. In 210, he defended the Nan Territory from Zhou Yu, but was defeated and died of illness later that year.

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