Xu Huang 徐晃
Records of the Three Kingdoms biographyEdit
Xu Huang styled Gongming 公明, was a native of Yang county in Hedong commandery. As an official (lì 吏) of that commandery, he followed the General of Chariots and Cavalry (jūjì jiāngjūn 車騎將軍), Yang Feng 楊奉 (...), he was promoted to Chief Commandant of Cavalry (jí dūwèi 騎都尉).
[Emperor] Taizu 太祖 [Cao Cao] assigned Xu Huang troops and ordered him to attack the bandits at Juan 卷 and Yuanwu 原武 counties, defeated them, and was promoted to Major-General (pí jiàngjūn 裨將軍). Xu Huang followed Cao Cao into battle against Lü Bu 呂布. [Lü] Bu's generals, Zhao Shu 趙庶 and Li Zou 李鄒 surrendered.
Fact vs. FictionEdit
- …Xu Huang was not killed by Meng Da, but instead died of an illness.