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Yu Jin (in Chinese: 于禁) 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 one of the generals of Cao Cao.

He was voiced by Atsushi Miyauchi in the Japanese version, and by formerly Josh Tomar and currently by Clinton Elledge.


Born in Juping County, Yu Jin first recruited several generals to fight against the Yellow Turbans as he serving for Bao Xin in a military capacity, perhaps to joins Cao Cao after receiving another odds. During the campaign against Dong Zhuo, Yu Jin has designated him as one of the subordinates of Wei general Wang Lang, saying that they all need such cooperation. The two thought they were bold or fervent men, Cao Cao was frequently bothering them that they would gain a place even in the battle, he was so impressed by his talent that he suggested Yu Jin to his master as commander. Yu Jin played a key role in the campaigns against Tao Qian in Xuzhou, Lu Bu in Puyang and against the remaining troops of the Yellow Turbans. Later on, Yu Jin followed Cao Cao to Wan Castle and Zhang Xiu surrendered.

Immediately after Zhang Xiu's rebellion, Cao Cao's camp is attacked by the Zhang Xiu forces and it was too late to retreat. Only Yu Jin is under the restraint and fights them back, although some soldiers died in battle, Yu Jin was not allowed to be scattered. He had not returned to the Wei army base camp, Yu Jin found ten injured soldiers on the way, the Qingzhou armies were robbing the family. Qingzhou armies consisted of Yellow Turban rebels and later surrendered to Cao Cao. Cao Cao is very tolerant to them as they were often being in arrogant and presumptuous takes the opportunity to rob. Yu Jin needs to listened them, he recovered these Qingzhou soldiers who were also their own. Some Qingzhou soldiers lost, fled back to the Cao Cao's military camp to make a shortly report and told Yu Jin to rebel.

Some people advised Yu Jin to report to Cao Cao first, Yu Jin built a trench to prevent the enemy from attacking and Cao Cao was informed and explained to him, he was very satisfied with the leadership qualities of his general. For later years, Yu Jin having evict to be with opposition to Lu Bu in an inconsistent cordial as Cao Cao started to handle Lu Bu's forces in Xiapi. One of Cao Cao's generals, Xiahou Dun has been ought redress made to caught up, while he query to aiming him now deter Lu Bu's path. Directly in a sudden trips, Lu Bu is turned out deceitful to be hazardous with Cao Cao. Abruptly, Yu Jin defeated Lu Bu and took away his halberd. However, Lu Bu's forces were fatigued out in the end, Yu Jin and Cao Cao hoping Lu Bu to be executed after he being captured.

During the Battle of Guandu, Yu Jin led the army to confront Yuan Shao and Cao Cao followed his family as they are synergism to ram down the enemy forces. Thanks to Cao Cao for the assistance, Yu Jin was obvious be such never plagued by Yuan Shao and has became deputy general. At first, he defeated the rebellion of local warlord Chang Xi several years later, but allowed him to escape because of their friendship. Guan Yu besilled Cao Ren in the Fan Castle, Yu Jin should bring him replacement troops with Pang De, Guan Yu's tactic of stemming the Han River and diverting it to the castle forced them to retreat, they were overtaken by Guan Yu and Yu Jin surrendered to him, Pang De later executed, Cao Cao was unhappy with Yu Jin. Sun Quan, the emperor of Wu, retained Yu Jin when he defeated Guan Yu in the same year.

After Cao Cao dies, Yu Jin return to the Wei (under Cao Pi), Yu Jin was to travel to Ye to honor Cao Cao at his grave. There he found artists who painted scenes from the Battle of the Fan Castle on the walls, Yu Jin submits to the victorious Guan Yu, but he died of illness.





  • He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.


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Cao Wei
Xiahou Dun | Xiahou Yuan | Lady Zhen | Cao Pi | Pang De | Cai Wenji | Guo Jia | Li Dian | Yue Jin | Yu Jin | Xun Yu | Xun You | Man Chong | Cao Xiu | Cao Zhi | Cao Zhang | Cao Zhen | Cao Ang | Cao Anmin | Ren Jun | Cao Jie | Cao Hong | Cao Rui | Cao Chun | Cao Fang | Han Hao | Meng Da | Tian Yu | Wen Ping | Xin Pi | Xu Zhi | Xiahou Mao | Xiahou Shang | Xiahou Hui | Chen Tai | Zhuge Xu | Empress Guo | Empress Dowager Bian | Cheng Yin | Chen Lin | Wang Su | Wang Ling | Zang Ba | Yue Lin

Eastern Wu
Zhou Yu | Lu Xun | Taishi Ci | Lady Sun | Sun Jian | Sun Quan | Lu Meng | Gan Ning | Sun Ce | Huang Gai | Two Qiaos | Zhou Tai | Ling Tong | Ding Feng | Bu Lianshi | Han Dang | Lu Su | Zhu Ran | Cheng Pu | Xu Sheng | Dong Xi | Sun Yi | Su Fei | Sun Kuang | Sun Luban | Sun Luyu | Zhu Huan | Pan Zhang | Jiang Qin | Hu Zong | Kan Ze | Chen Wu | Zhuge Ke | Zhuge Jin | Pan Jun | Lu Mao | Sun Liang | Sun Xiu | Sun Hao | Zhou Fang | Lu Dai | Lu Fan | Lu Jun | Lu Kang | Lu Yi | Lou Xuan | Bu Zhi | Bu Xie | Lady Wu | Wu Guotai | Empress Zhu | Taishi Xiang | Yan Jun | Zhu Yi | Quan Cong | Zhu Zhi

Shu Han
Zhao Yun | Guan Yu | Zhang Fei | Zhuge Liang | Liu Bei | Ma Chao | Huang Zhong | Jiang Wei | Wei Yan | Pang Tong | Lady Huang | Guan Ping | Empress Zhang | Guan Suo | Liu Shan | Ma Dai | Bao Sanniang | Xu Shu | Lady Guan | Guan Xing | Zhang Bao | Fa Zheng | Lady Xiahou | Zhou Cang | Deng Zhi | Wang Ping | Zhuge Zhan | Feng Xi | Huo Jun | Huo Yi | Liu Ba | Jian Yong | Fei Yi | Liao Hua | Jiang Wan | Ma Su | Ma Liang | Fan Qiang | Zhang Da | Liu Du | Liu Feng | Lady Fan | Shamoke | Zhao Fan | Mi Zhu | Mi Fang | Yang Xi | Zhang Nan | Zhao Lei | Zhao Tong | Zhao Guang | Dong Yun | Huang Quan | Li Feng | Li Yan | Liu Yan | Lady Gan | Lady Mi | Sun Qian | Zhang Da | Jiang Shu | Xu Jing | Fu Shiren

Jin Dynasty
Sima Shi | Sima Zhao | Wang Yuanji | Deng Ai | Xiahou Ba | Guo Huai | Zhuge Dan | Zhong Hui | Wen Yang | Xin Xianying | Chen Shou | Sima Yan | Sima You | Cao Huan | Wen Qin

Han Dynasty
Diao Chan | Zuo Ci | Lady Lu | Hua Xiong | He Jin | Gongsun Zan | Gongsun Fan | Gongsun Yue | Huangfu Song | Chen Gui | Tian Kai | Guan Jing | Kong Rong | Liu Biao | Liu Qi | Cao Bao | Lady Yan | Bao Long | Chen Ying | Zhao Hong | Xu Rong | Ze Rong | Ou Xing | Wang Yun | Lady Cai | Gongsun Du | Cai Mao | Cai Yong | Ma Tie | Ma Xiu | Han Fu | Han Sui | Han De | Emperor Xian | Emperor Ling | Yuan Yao | Huang Shao | Huang Chengyan | Jiao Chu | Fu Shou | Ma Teng | Consort Tang | Zhang Lu | Liu Zhang | Liu Yao | Tao Qian | Guan Ding | Zhang Song | Lady Yang | Ma Yunlu | Liu Cong | Qiao Xuan | Yan Baihu

Exclusive Characters
Lei Bin | Lixia | Luo Pingan | Jingshu | Gongsun Baoyue | Li Feiyan | Xiahou Qingyi | Sun Ruan'er | Liu Qing'er

Good Organizations
Five Bushel Sect | Five Tiger Generals | Forces in Xiliang | Gongsun Zan's Army | Liu Biao's Army | Liu Zhang's Army | Tao Qian's Army