|Real name:||Fei Yi|
Fei Yi was a Shu minister.
Fei Yi was a resident of Jiangxia, and was orphaned at a young age, so lived in Yi Province with an elder of his clan. He remained in Yi Province when Liu Bei invaded, and joined his army. He befriended the Prime Minister of Shu, Zhuge Liang, and opinions of him changed when he rode in the same carriage as him. Fei Yi was sent as the envoy to Wu several times, and Sun Quan sent him the finest wine so that Fei Yi, intoxicated, would be forced to retire from meetings because of his drunkeness. In AD 230 he was made Central Army Commissioner and was the mediator between Yang Yi and Wei Yan, who hated each other. In AD 244, when Cao Shuang and his Wei army reached Xingshi, Fei Yi was given full authority over the defense army and rode out on his horse to meet him. Once Fei Yi arrived at Hanzhong, the Wei army retreated from the battle. The next year, following the death of the Shu Regent-Marshal Jiang Wan, Fei Yi became the regent to Liu Shan and took over most of the culture affairs. In AD 253, Guo Xun, a general who had defected from Wei, stabbed Fei Yi to death when he was drunken.