Liu Bei is a Reinforcement in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. Liu Bei is a reinforcement aligned to the Wood element and boosts HP and Alliance Spirit defense. Reinforcements are characters that may accompany you during Missions. They assist you dealing with your Enemies and Bosses you encounter along the way. They also provide unique passive bonuses to the players thanks to their Warrior Effects.
- See Liu Bei (Boss) for the boss details and guide.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Liu Bei Lore Information
Liu Bei, courtesy name Xuande, is a general and politician hailing from the Zhuo County of Zhuo Commandery.
He claims to be a descendant of the king of Zhongshan State, Liu Sheng, who was the son of Emperor ling of the Former Han. His father died at a young age, leaving him to sell straw mats and sandals with his mother to get by. Lore has it that he would gaze at the mulberry tree in front of his house, dreaming of one day becoming emperor. At the age of fifteen, he was encouraged by his mother to study under the scholar Lu Zhi, where he rubbed elbows with many brave men. When the Yellow Turban Rebellion broke out, he decided to enlist in the militia with Guan Yu and Zhang Fei. The three pledged their lives to each other in the "Oath of the Peach Garden." He is a man of passion and justice who values encounters forged through bonds with others and the connections they share.
With the onset of the Yellow Turban Rebellion, he had Guan Yu and Zhang Fei join the militia. Together, they stamped out the Yellow Turbans across the land, lifting citizens from their suffering. In this period, he was once wounded in a battle with Zhang Bao's forces encamped at Guigugou Valley but was saved at a crucial moment by the protagonist. Liu Bei enlisted the help of the protagonist, Guan Yu, and Zhang Fei, and together, they managed to claim Zhang Bao's head. After seeing the protagonist and company off to Guangzong, he continued to provide succor to the destitute and fought hard until the chaos was quelled. For his military successes, he was appointed as an officer of Anxi County in Zhongshan State. However, he soon abandoned his newfound honor out of disgust toward a corrup official he answered to, and took his brothers with him on the road of exile.
Sensing an impending crisis of tyranny by Dong Zhuo, Liu Bei decided to join forces with the anti—Dong Zhuo coalition formed by Guandong lords. At the Battle of Hulaoguan Pass, he gained great reputation when he fought alongside his sworn brothers in a raging battle against Dong Zhuo's elite general, Lu Bu. When fires broke out in Luoyang, while many lords left for their own interest, Liu Bei united with the protagonist to save the people of Luoyang. Following the disbanding of the coalition, he headed for Xu Province at the behest of the governor of Xu Province, Tao Qian. There, he worked for the subjugation of bandits rampant in the region among other accomplishments, winning the trust of Tao Qian. Liu Bei would eventually inherit Xu Province after Tao Qian's passing.
Liu Bei fought to defend Xiaopei after Lu Bu seized Xu Province, but soon gave into Lu Bu's relentless assaults, with Xiaopei falling into Lu Bu's hands among other cities. Wasting no time, Liu Bei enlisted the help of Cao Cao and the protagonist for a recapture operation. Upon defeating its guardian, Zhang Liao, he participated in Cao Cao's assault on Xiapi where Lu Bu awaited in order to return the favor. After the fall of Lu Bu, an unforeseen strike from Yuan Shao brought chaos among his allies, yet Liu Bei stood alone to face the demon army to buy time for the protagonist and company to escape. He was seen valiantly charging into the mass of demons and has not been heard of since then.
Liu Bei bravely fought the demon horde at Xiapi alone but was ultimately overpowered and captured by Yuan Shao's forces. Yuan Shao pressured him to renounce his vows of brotherhood and to follow him instead, but no amount of torture would coerce him. Once the final battle between Yuan Shao and Cao Cao began, he was sent to Yanj in, a fortified camp on the Yellow River, where he was subjected to hideous acts of torture, but he held strong. Afterwards, when the protagonist arrived with his sworn brothers to rescue him, he was injected with Elixir before their eyes, forcibly transforming him into an inhuman entity. He would fall before the protagonist in battle, but he would ultimately break free of the Demonic Qi's possession and survive, with the strong memories he had of his sworn brothers and the protagonist supporting him. Together with his brothers, he saw the protagonist off as he set forth for Guandu, now a den of demons, to ensure peace for the realm.
How to Unlock Liu Bei in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
Liu Bei is a summon available from The Demon Fort of the Yellow Heaven mission
How to Summon Liu Bei
- Players have to spend x1 Tiger Seal in order to summon Liu Bei.
- Liu Bei can be summoned at any Flag while completing Missions, but note that not all Reinforcements are available for all Missions.
How to Deepen your bond with Liu Bei
Players have to spend x1 Cup of Cordiality to deepen their bond with Liu Bei. Spending a Cup of Cordiality on Liu Bei upgrades the player's Oath Level by one. It caps at level 10 in which it changes to Sworn Brother.
When players reach Oath Level 5 with Liu Bei, they will unlock his second warrior effect.
Once players reach Sworn Brother status, they receive:
- x1 Pair Swords of Aspiration
- x1 Man of Benevolence Crown
- x1 Man of Benevolence Armor
- x1 Man of Benevolence Gauntlets
- x1 Man of Benevolence Footwear
Liu Bei Related Missions in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
Liu Bei is involved in the following Missions:
- The Valorous Trio
- Centuries of Glory Burned Away
- Behold the Glaive of Righteousness
- The Crouching Dragon Roars
Liu Bei can be summoned in the following Missions:
Liu Bei Ally Warrior in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
The following are Liu Bei's ally warriors:
Liu Bei Progression & Equipment
Liu Bei has the following equipment and Warrior Effect
- HP +18
- Alliance Spirit Defense +24
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Liu Bei Notes & Tips
- Additional notes for Liu Bei go here.
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