Xu Sheng (Chinese: 徐盛) is a character in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. He is a famous general who served Wu during the early Three Kingdoms era of China. Renowned as a loyal and courageous leader, he heavily contributed to Sun Quan's campaigns against Wei.
Xu Sheng participated in many battles for Wu. In his career, he won several times over numerically superior opponents. Xu Sheng resisted with the subordinates of less than 200 people and killed Huang She forces. When he opened the door and took the initiative to fight, so he could defeated Huang She and dare not invade again.
After Cao Pi declared himself as the emperor, he led a large force into an attack on Wu. As commander-in-chief of the Wu forces, Xu Sheng had a false wall erected on the banks of the border river, which was over 100 soldiers. When Cao Pi saw this wall, he immediately withdrew his army.
In this way, Xu Sheng has repelled the entire Wei invasion without a single casualty. However, Xu Sheng died before Sun Quan declared himself emperor, though his titles and troops were passed on to his son Xu Kai.
- He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.