It has come to my attention that some readers expect a measure of historical accuracy from a parody of an anime which is loosely based on a novel believed to be around 70% fact, 30% embellishment. Therefore, this week I have actually gone back in time to the Three Kingdoms era and photographed some key events. Any resemblance to the anime is coincidental.
Never fear, Liu Bei is here!
Once again, it all comes down to trivial matters.
Complex and abstract tactics are used in an attempt to gain entrance to the city.
No one wants to experience the Prime Minister’s ‘punishment’.
Liu Bei- weak? Surely not!
Tact and diplomacy are always important.
The role of the commander is to sit safely behind the front lines whilst his generic underlings risk their lives.
“Damn you” has been reserved for Lu Bu, so everyone else must use “Darn you”.
Liu Bei gives Guan Yu some tips for successful HARD GAY.
Guan Yu advocates a direct approach when selecting a new HARD GAY partner.
Killing at will is not righteous unless Liu Bei orders it.
The complexity of Zhang Fei’s strategies is second to none.
“Mummy, he called me a coward!”
“Darn you” is now in common usage.
“Secret edict to kill you? Of course we wouldn’t do such a thing!”
Liu Bei shows his righteous and good side.
You can’t argue with that logic.
“Just you wait- I’ll get you next time!”