Dynasty Warriors (真・三國無双 Shin Sangokumusō?, Shin Sangokumusou in Japan, literally translated as “True – Unrivaled in the Three Kingdoms”) is a series of tactical action video games created by Omega Force and Koei. The award-winning series is a spin-off of Koei’s turn-based strategy Romance of the Three Kingdoms series, based loosely around the Chinese classical novel of the same name.
The Dynasty Warriors game series is known for changing the traditional ways of how some of the historical characters were depicted in Romance of the Three Kingdoms or in historical records. For example, Zhang He appears to be more feminine while Wei Yan becomes a bestial tribal warrior. Some of them also wield weapons that are anachronistic, such as Ling Tong’s Nunchaku and Sun Ce’s Tonfas. A touch of mysticism is also added, as some characters such as Zhuge Liang, Sima Yi and Zuo Ci have the ability to use magic in their attacks. Female characters (except Sun Shang Xiang, Zhu Rong and Wang Yi) who did not participate in any battles in the novel or in history are depicted as fearsome female warriors with exceptional fighting skills and weapons. Here you can see some Character Galleries Read more…
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I found this from Mr.Gooooogle. So i try to edit da picture from Photo to Painting Style in Photoshop. This is Dermaga 16 Ilir Palembang City, South Sumatra Province Indonesia.
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This is Photo Turning to Painting Style. I take this Photo from 3rd floor UNIKOM at Bandung.
Sword of Attila – The sword of Attila the Hun, said to have been sent by the gods. This is the sword used by Attila the Hun, Leader of the Huns from 434 to 453 AD. He ruled the Hun Empire which stretched from Germany to the Ural River and from the Danube River to the Baltic Sea. According to reports from the Roman historian, Priscus, the sword came to Attila by miraculous means. Read more…