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Gao Changgong
Prince of Lanling
Died573
SpouseLady Zheng
Full name
Family name: Gāo 高
Given name: Sù 肅 / Xiaoguan 孝瓘
Courtesy name: Changgong 長恭
FatherGao Cheng

Gao Changgong (541–573) (Chinese: 高长恭; pinyin: Gāo Chánggōng), formal name was Gao Su (Traditional Chinese: 高肅; Simplified Chinese: 高肃; pinyin: Gāo Sù) or Gao Xiaoguan (高孝瓘), was a high-ranking general of the Northern Qi dynasty given a fiefdom in Lanling County, so he was also known as the Prince of Lanling (蘭陵王). Gao Changgong was the grandson of Gao Huan and the fourth son of Gao Cheng. According to the Book of Northern Qi and the Record of the Court Entertainment Bureau, Gao Changgong had a beautiful face and feminine physical appearance thus he always wore a terrible mask when he fought in battles.

Biography[edit]

Gao Changgong was born the fourth son of Gao Cheng, elder brother of the first emperor of Northern Qi and therefore a prince of Northern Qi, he was given the title of Prince of Lanling. Gao Changgong was also made a general by Emperor Wucheng of Northern Qi (Gao Zhan), his uncle, and his distinction in battles as well as personal kindness and bravery led him becoming widely loved and admired. Legend has it that he looked beautiful like a woman so he wore a mask in battles to appear more fearsome to the enemy.[citation needed]

Gao Changgong repelled the First Turkic Khaganate when they attacked Jinyang (晋阳, now the city of Taiyuan). His most famous battle however was the rescue of the siege of Jinyong (金墉, near modern Luoyang) in 564 A.D. Gao Changgong led only 500 cavalrymen and fought through an army of Northern Zhou, which was attacking the city with 100,000 soldiers. He fought his way to the gates the city, surprising the defenders. The soldiers of Jinyong didn't recognize him, so he took off his helmet and mask. The soldiers in the city rejoiced at his arrival and were refilled with courage. They opened the gates and joined the battle outside the city. Soon the army of Northern Zhou was defeated.

The performance of the masked dance The Prince of Lanling (蘭陵王) in Japan.

In order to celebrate the victory, the soldiers composed the famous song and dance 'Prince Lanling in Battle” (蘭陵王入陣曲, also known as 大面, 'The great mask'). According to the Record of the Court Entertainment Bureau (教坊記) of Tang dynasty, the dance 'Great mask' was one of the court musics to be performed with the emperor's audience.[1]

The song and the dance are long lost in China, however, it was introduced into Japan during the Tang Dynasty and is still being performed in some ceremonies today.[2]

After the death of Gao Zhan, Gao Changgong's cousin Gao Wei ascended the throne. Gao Changong's reputation, competence and influence over the army upset the young emperor. Gao Wei asked Gao Changgong about the battle at Jinyong: 'You penetrated too deeply into the formation; if you had suffered a military reverse, it would be too late to regret such an action.' Gao Changgong replied: 'I am responsible for our family affairs, I did it without considering the consequences.' The emperor, hearing the reference to 'family affairs' became suspicious.[2] He was afraid that Gao Changgong might overthrow him. Many members of the Gao family had met their ends at the hands of brothers and cousins, and he became paranoid that he would have the same fate.

To avoid the emperor's suspicion and jealousy, Gao Changgong often pretended to be sick, staying away from wars and politics. No matter how low a profile he kept, the emperor still sent him a cup of poisonous wine one day in 573 A.D. Gao Changgong drank the wine and ended his life, probably in his early 30s.

Four years after Gao Changgong's death, having lost one of its greatest generals, Northern Qi was destroyed by Northern Zhou. All the members of the Gao royal family were slaughtered.

In 1999, within the cave of Longmen, a message was found carved into a statue, indicates that the Prince of Lan Ling had living descendants.

Popular culture[edit]

Gao Changgong is one of the 32 historical figures who appear as special characters in the video game Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI by Koei. His story is also dramatized in the 2013 television series Prince of Lan Ling[3] and 2016 television series Princess of Lanling King.[4]

Gao Changgong (known as Lan Ling Wang in the game) is also a Saber-class Servant in the mobile game Fate/Grand Order voiced by Mori Nanako.[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^Bai, Haiyan, ed. (2018). 中西音乐史简编. Chengdu: 西南財經大學出版社. p. 18. ISBN9787550429659.
  2. ^ abLaurence Picken, ed. (1985). Music from the Tang Court: Volume 5. Cambridge University Press. pp. 1–12. ISBN978-0521347761.
  3. ^林淑娟 (2013-09-04). '《蘭陵王》收視火 燒給楊登魁知'. 中國時報.
  4. ^'Princess of Lanling King (2016)'. rielbox.com. 2016-05-01.
  5. ^'『FGO』新サーヴァント「★4 蘭陵王(セイバー)」「★4 秦良玉(ランサー)」「★5 項羽(バーサーカー)」実装決定!【UPDATE】'. Retrieved 2018-11-28.
  6. ^'【FGO】蘭陵王(らんりょうおう)の霊基再臨&スキルLv上げ素材、ステータスまとめ'. Appbank. Retrieved 2018-11-29.
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This post relates to the game Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI (ROTK XI) playable on PC, that is published by KOEI.
Basically, for PC, there is the Japanese version of ROTK XI, and the Chinese version of ROTK XI. In addition, ROTK XI game has the original version as well as the PUK version. The PUK version is actually a Power Up Kit for the original version of ROTK XI. And you can only play the PUK version after you installed the original version.
Aside from the PC version of ROTK XI, you also have the PS2 version of ROTK XI that is released in North America.
Since KOEI does not release the English translation of ROTK XI that is playable on PC, there are basically two ways to play ROTK XI on PC.
First, you can try to download the PS2 version of ROTK XI files, and then use a PS2 emulation to play the game. Or you can download the Japanese/Chinese version of ROTK XI, and then patch with the English translation patch/es in order to play the game. Either way, you end up playing ROTK XI in PC, in English language.
I won't tell you where to get the files here, but I'll tell the names of the files, and some other things, such as where to get the Japanese-English patch, and the Chinese-English patch. There are also other things involved with ROTK XI, such as the updates, editors, and such. Anyway, I hope that this little bits of information would be useful for die-hard ROTK/KOEI fans that happened to visit my blog here.
Note that I don't condone you downloading the pirated version of KOEI's games. If you are a fan, and a supporter, please buy the original version. You can then install the English patch to the original version in order to play the original ROTK XI game in English..
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  • In order to play the ROTK XI PUK version, you must have the original ROTK XI already installed inside your system.
  • There is the ROTK XI original version in Traditional Chinese language for PC.
  • There is the ROTK XI original version in Japanese language for PC
  • There is the ROTK XI PUK version in Traditional Chinese language for PC
  • There is the ROTK XI PUK version in Japanese language for PC
  • There is the ROTK XI in English language for PS2
  • You can install the Chinese-English patch on the Japanese ROTK XI, and the game will still work ok. Additionally, you can install the Japanese-English patch on the Chinese RTOK XI and the game still also work ok.
All the five ROTK XI games out in the market are playable in PC, in English language, provided you know how to play around with a few things.
The English patch for the PC is available in the following sites:
  • Cao Shang San11PK
At Kongming.net, there are five patch files available, namely:
  • JPN-ENG Patch ver. 1.0 (4/12/06; by Huang Ding) for PC ROTK XI original
  • JPN-ENG Patch ver. 1.1 (4/22/06; by Huang Ding) for PC ROTK XI original
  • JPN-ENG Patch PUK ver. 1.0 (2/1/07; by EzyStyles) for PC ROTK XI PUK
  • JPN-ENG Patch PUK ver. 1.0 (1/25/07; by therebex) for PC ROTK XI PUK
  • CHN-ENG Patch PUK ver. 1.0 (1/24/07; Sun Gongli)

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The better patch out of the five files available at Kongming.net, in my opinion is authored by EzyStyles. However, you must combine EzyStyles patch with the Cao Shan San 11 PK patch.
Note though that EzyStyles English patch is for the PUK version.
Aside from these patches, of course you need to have the original ROTK XI files as well as the ROTK XI PUk version in order to play the game.
There are some variations related to the original version of ROTK XI that can be downloaded from the Internet. I don't really recommend downloading through BitTorrent, because it will take forever. If you got a fast download speed, I recommend direct download instead.
The variations on the file size of the original ROTK XI depends on who is the person or persons that made the file available for downloaded (I guess). There is one that is approximately 348 MB, and it is missing some files. It is missing dialogue, missing movies, as well as some missing scenarios. However, I managed to get the missing files from elsewhere.
The PUK version of ROTK XI is approximately 586 MB
The file size of the original version of ROTK XI is approximately 348 MB, however, there are afew missing files from this corrupted version. There are missing movies, missing scenarios, as wella s missing dialogues. In addition, the ROTK XI PUK version is approximately 582 MB in size. As far as I am concerned, there are no missing files in the PUK version that can be downloaded somewhere through the internet. I found some missing files from the original version that is available in the PUK version, such as the movies, scenarios, and dialogue.
The 348 MB size of ROTK XI is playable on PC, but it is in Traditional Chinese language. This is most notable once you install the game into your system, and there is sub-folder named San11 TC. TC, of course, stands for Traditional Chinese.
The 582 MB ROTK XI that is also playable on PC, is in Japanese language. Again, in order to play the PUK version, all you need to do is just install/replace the files in the San 11 TC with the files and folders in the PUK version.
Well, that's all for now. I hope I give enough information, without giving too much. And in reverse, I hope I give as little information, without giving way too little information.