Qiao Rui

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Qiao Rui
Simplified Chinese 桥蕤
Traditional Chinese 橋蕤

Qiao Rui (died 197) was an official serving under the warlord Yuan Shu during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. Qiao was commander of Yuan's second army during his campaign against Lü Bu, but lost when Han Xian and Yang Feng deserted to Lü's army. When Cao Cao attacked Yuan Shu, Qiao led a frontal assault force against Cao's army. He fought Cao's forces on the border of Shouchun and was killed by Xiahou Dun. Historically, Qiao was made a marshal by Yuan Shu and killed by Li Ma. Along with his comrades, Qiao deeply respected Sun Ce.

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