Zhang Yi (Boqi)

Zhang Yi (Boqi)

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Zhang Yi (Boqi)

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Zhang Yi (died 254), style name Boqi, was a military general of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms era of China. He was instrumental in pacifying the barbarian peoples who rebelled against Shu. He was slain by Xu Zhi during one of Jiang Wei's Northern Expeditions while distracting the enemy from pursuing Jiang Wei. Zhang Yi is sometimes romanticized as Zhang Ni.

In fiction

In the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong, Zhang Yi was a late Shu Han general. He participated in many of Zhuge Liang's campaigns and displayed a fiery passion for Zhuge's endeavors. Due to this, he sometimes found himself over his head and in dangerous situations, nearly being killed by Wang Shuang at Chencang before being rescued by Liao Hua and Wang Ping and being led into a trap and captured by Lady Zhurong during the Southern Campaign. Right before Zhuge Liang passed away, he named Zhang Yi, along with Liao Hua, Ma Dai, Wang Ping and Zhang Yi , as the loyal generals of Shu who should be retained.

During Jiang Wei's Northern Expeditions, Zhang Yi often urged Jiang to concentrate on internal affairs rather than attacking Cao Wei. He forfeited his life in chapter 111, while saving Jiang Wei from Chen Tai.

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