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The "Intentions of Two Yuans" (October 191) depicts how the ambition of warlords clashes after the Anti-Dong Zhuo Coalition collapses. The "Battle of Chibi" (October 208) is the biggest turning point for Romance of the Three Kingdoms. In the "Anti-Guan Yu Coalition" (July 219), Wei and Wu join forces to prevent Guan Yu from advancing north. And "The Conquest of Liaodong" (January 238) portrays the subjugation of Gongsun Yuan, the King of Yan, by Sima Yi.

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Oct.191The Intentions of Two Yuans
When the ”Anti-Dong Zhuo Coalition” dissolved after failing to achieve its goal, many of its warlords make moves to achieve their own ambitions. Yuan Shao, leader of the coalition, seizes Ji from Han Fu and clashes with Gongsun Zan. Meanwhile, Yuan Shu, who opposed Yuan Shao, approaches Sun Jian with a plan to invade Jing and defeat Liu Biao.
Oct.208The Battle of Chibi
Unable to face Cao Cao's large army, Jing Province surrenders without a fight. Liu Bei refuses to stop resisting Cao Cao, dispatching Zhuge Liang to Jiangdong in order to form an alliance with Sun Quan. Determined to commence fighting, Sun Quan grants Zhou Yu full authority, and the Sun-Liu allied army clashes with Cao Cao's army at Chibi.
Jul.219Anti-Guan Yu Coalition
After defeating Cao Cao at Hanzhong, Liu Bei had become King of Hanzhong, and was finally poised to face Cao Cao, King of Wei. Then, when he orders Guan Yu of Jing Province to march north, Cao Cao, who had feared such a move, secretly plots to join with Sun Quan. By now, the Sun-Liu alliance was a facade, with Sun Quan aiming to recapture Jing.
Jan.238The Conquest of Liaodong
Zhuge Liang, who had carried on Liu Bei's ambitions, falls in Wuzhangyuan, and the battle of the three kingdoms of Wei, Wu, and Shu advances to a new stage. Meanwhile, Gongsun Yuan, who was occupying Liaodong and had taken the name King of Yan, raises his banner against Wei. Concerned over the matter, Cao Rui orders Sima Yi to conquer Liaodong.
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Jun.196The Rise of Cao Cao
Cao Cao and Lu Bu battled at Zhongyuan, and the defeated Lu Bu was forced to fall back and seek the aid of Liu Bei in Xu. At Jiangdong, Sun Ce expanded his forces with an all-out attack. Meanwhile, as Li Jue, Guo Si, and other remnants of Dong Zhuo's force were disputing one another, Emperor Xian fled from Chang'an and returned to Luoyang.
Jan.235Enduring the Autumn Winds
In Wuzhangyuan, Zhuge Liang manages to prolong his life, surviving long enough to drive out Sima Yi and conquer Chang'an. Wei's Cao Rui, who had remained cautious of the Shu Army's strength, moves the capital from Luoyang to Ye, and gathers his men for the final showdown. Zhuge Liang's days of fighting were not over just yet.
May.201Yuan Shao: Ruler of the North Lands
The Battle of Guandu ends with a major victory for Yuan Shao. The defeated Cao Cao attempts to rise again, but he loses Xuchang and Emperor Xian after a raid by Liu Bei, who had been in cohorts with Yuan Shao. Blocked by the peasants in Xu Province in the east and having had Chang'an seized by Ma Teng in the west, Cao Cao is forced to enter Wan.
June.209An Old Warhorse's Ambition
Having proven victorious over Sun Quan and Liu Bei's coalition at Chibi, Cao Cao gains control of most of Jiangnan. Sun Quan and Liu Bei consolidate their defeated armies and flee to the south to continue their resistance, but Cao Cao's plans of unification draw ever closer to completion.
June.188The Wavering Han Dynasty
With the fall of Zhang Jiao, the Yellow Turban Rebellion ended, but revolts occurred against the Han across the land. With Han Sui in Xiliang, Zhang Chun in You, and Ou Xing in Changsha raising armies, warlords were in a rush to suppress them. However, at the palace, He Jin and the Ten Eunuchs spent all of their time on political infighting.
May.263The Fall of Shu Han
After the Incident at the Gaoping Tombs, the Sima clan rose to power in Wei, with Sima Shi's successor, Sima Zhao, taking control. In Shu, Jiang Wei continued his northern expeditions, expending the country's resources, and causing political strife. Seeing an opportunity, Sima Zhao orders Zhong Hui and Deng Ai to conquer Shu.