so he pardoned the Liu Kun family. But Sima Liang's regime was even shorter than Sima Lun's. This time, Liu Kun learned to be obedient, knew that he would stay away from the political phone database storm circle, and went to King Fan Yang. Although this King Fan Yang did not become the regent, his luck was always not bad. At least, he bought Donghai right. And Liu Kun, by the side of King Fan Yang, learned to fight. With the death of Emperor Hui of Jin and the end of the eighth king's doodle, Liu Kun received a special mission of historical significance. The governor of Bingzhou, the general of the Xiongnu.
The Xiongnu Liu Yuan has long raised the banner of anti-Jin... The barbarians in Bingzhou have also exploded. In the face of this peerless shortage of shit, Liu Kun did not escape. He put forward a strategy very seriously: "Defend Jinyang, and prevent the thieves from advancing to Jizhou." The whole Bingzhou is so big, you can't do anything, just plan to defend Jinyang, which is still Isn't it escaping? The more important thing here is that Jizhou was originally taken over by King Fan Yang. But King Fan Yang died suddenly, and Donghai's younger brother Sima Teng took over
"Fat Que" and threw Shi Que Bingzhou to King Fan Yang's subordinate Liu Kun. And how difficult was Liu Kun's situation at that time? The original text is brilliant enough: At that time, Duke Ying of the East moved from Jinyang to Zhen Ye, and there was a famine in the land. The people followed Teng to the south, and the remaining town was less than 20,000. Bandits and thieves followed, and the roads were blocked. Kun raised more than a thousand people and transferred to Jinyang. The temples were burnt down, the zombies covered the ground, and the survivors were starving and devoid of human appearance,