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..And I'm a fujoshi. /cough cough/
((Just for fun purposes of this RP account, though. I love both straight and slash couples.. And my OTP is GanLing reminds you about fantasy DLC eh?
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♔ Historical Information ♔
Lady Sun was the only daughter of Sun Jian and Lady Wu. She had four brothers who were also born to Lady Wu — Sun Ce, Sun Quan, Sun Yi and Sun Kuang. Her personal name was not recorded in history.
Sometime in 209, Lady Sun married the warlord Liu Bei to strengthen an alliance between Liu Bei and Sun Quan. The marriage probably took place at Gong'an (公安; present-day Gong'an County, Hubei), and Lady Sun was sent there to marry Liu Bei because Liu was serving as the Governor (牧) of Jing Province then and his provincial capital was at Gong'an. Lady Sun was known to be wise and shrewd, and tough and fierce in character, very much like her brother Sun Quan. She had more than a hundred female servants, all of whom carried swords and stood guard outside her room. Whenever Liu Bei entered her room, he felt a chill in his heart. Liu Bei was also suspicious and fearful of Lady Sun. Liu Bei's strategist Zhuge Liang once said, "When our lord (Liu Bei) was in Gong'an, he was wary of Cao Cao's influence in the north, feared Sun Quan's presence in the east, even in home territory he was afraid that Lady Sun might stir up trouble."
Around 211, when Liu Bei left Jing Province on a campaign to attack the warlord Liu Zhang in Yi Province (covering present-day Sichuan and Chongqing) while Lady Sun remained in Jing Province. Lady Sun was arrogant and she used her brother's influence to allow her followers to behave lawlessly. Liu Bei knew that his general Zhao Yun was a serious and orderly person, so he specially put Zhao in charge of internal affairs (in Jing Province). When Sun Quan heard that Liu Bei had travelled to Yi Province, he sent a ship to fetch his sister back to his domain. Lady Sun attempted to bring Liu Bei's son Liu Shan (born to Liu Bei's first wife Lady Gan) with her back to Sun Quan's territory, but Zhao Yun and Zhang Fei led their men to block her from crossing the river and retrieved Liu Shan. Nothing was recorded in history about what happened to Lady Sun after she returned home.