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Feng Xi

Feng Xi
Traditional Chinese 馮習
Simplified Chinese 冯习

Feng Xi (died 222), courtesy name Xiuyuan (休元), was a military general of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period.

In 221, Liu Bei launched a campaign against Sun Quan's forces, starting the Battle of Xiaoting. Feng participated in the initial stages of the battle, joining Wu Ban in defeating Sun's generals Li Yi (李异) and Liu E (刘阿) at Wu (巫). Feng was killed in action in 222 when Sun Quan's forces, under Lu Xun's command, launched a counterattack using fire.

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