Pang Tong (in Chinese: 龐統), nicknamed The Fledgling Phoenix (in Chinese: 鳳雛), is a minor protagonist in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. He is an adviser who is served the warlord Liu Bei.
Pang Tong arrived at Xiangyang in the later kingdom of Wu, where he initially served Sun Quan. Pang Tong was said to be very clumsy, though he is a ordinary intuition for being selfless and lazy. At the Battle of Chibi, Shu and Wu forces defeated Cao Cao's hundreds of thousands of troops and Cao Cao was withdraw in the war, Wu supreme commander Zhou Yu repelled Cao Ren and Cao Cao in order to create a contradiction between Shu and Wu alliances. When Zhou Yu has already to enter the decisive battle, his disease recurred and later died of illness. After Zhou Yu dies, succeeded by Lu Su, Pang Tong as senior adviser to Sun Quan.
However, this rejected him because of his ugly appearance, what Pang Tong aroused. Zhang Fei was listening slowly, Pang Tong was excited to go with Sun Quan to finds him, Zhang Fei perceive that he was seek to hacking him, a descriptions that was not so grave. Like so, his skills are very fine and even the influence well as right. Pang Tong agrees to joined Liu Bei's service, planning to conquer Ba Shu (today's Sichuan). This area, then under Governor Liu Zhang, was later to be the centerpiece of Liu Bei's realm of Shu. Pang Tong's proposal to capture Liu Zhang at a meeting, however, Liu Bei refused, so as not to lose the sympathy of the population.
The story of the Three Kingdoms adorns this story in such a way that Wei Yan should murder Liu Zhang at an alleged sword dance. When Liu Bei saw a relative in Liu Zhang, he later assist Liu Zhang even against an attack by the Han warlord Zhang Lu. However, when Liu Zhang did not send reinforcements to Liu Bei, Liu Bei decided to drop his attention and launched the attack on Liu Zhang through the strategically important Fu Pass. Liu Zhang's generals Yang Huai and Gao Pei lurked there. When the enemy forces time to outfall force charge on Liu Bei in afterwards, but were discovered and executed by Pang Tong.
When Pang Tong himself was ambushed in the Valley of the Fallen Phoenix and fall. After Liu Bei had left his horse as a substitute for his own collapsed, Pang Tong rode into the valley. When he heard the name of the place, he ordered to withdraw then already too late. Liu Zhang was sent the archers to kill Liu Bei. Since they did not know him, Pang Tong wish to have Liu Bei carefully hesitate to insist on peace, but unfortunately shot dead by several arrows from Zhang Ren while crossing the road, so that Zhuge Liang had to leave the Jing province to shock him. Guan Yu held the Jing Province alone until he was defeated by the combined forces of Cao Cao and Sun Quan.
Pang Tong is someone who while spares sweet talk and stays focused on the heart of the matter. It was here that he quite seeks practical solutions that grants the best results, his blunt statements may sometimes make him unpopular with others. Even so, his heart was in the right place and he is a bit playful; with each little insult that he may let slip, that Pang Tong has mends it with well-meaning advice as well as being more openly casual with others. While he may not always show it, he is just as loyal to his liege as any other member within Liu Bei's army.
- He is a playable character in both the Dynasty Warriors and Knights of Valour series.