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Ou Xing

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Ou Xing

Ou Xing
Traditional Chinese 區星
Simplified Chinese 区星

Ou Xing was a bandit from Changsha during the late Han Dynasty of China. During the reign of Emperor Ling, Ou proclaimed himself a general and rallied an army for a rebellion. He allied himself with other bandits, Zhou Chou and Guo Shi. However, Ou's uprising was quelled by Sun Jian, the Prefect of Changsha, on the orders of the Ten Attendants.

Ou Xing's rebellion is featured as a stage in Koei's Dynasty Warriors video game franchise, including in Dynasty Warriors 5: Xtreme Legends and Dynasty Warriors 7.

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