|Kana Name||張遼 文遠|
|Romaji Name||Chōryō Bun'en|
|Seiyu|| Takahiro Mizushima (Japanese)|
Wayne Grayson (English)
|Anime Debut||Episode 18|
Bunen has been with Kyosho for some time, and is believed to be one of its strongest fighters, as seen when he was invited to fight at the battle of Red cliffs.
Bunen is a brown skinned man, with yellow hair, and is usually seen wearing a black and white track suit.
Bunen seems to be a calmed individual, and is seen to be very kind and caring as he takes care of Ten'i, who had no one, and takes her in.
Story (Anime) Edit
Bunen is first seen at the hospital watching over Ten'i, stating that Shibai did not care about him or Ten'i and that she only thought of them as pawns, for her own gain.
He is next seen telling Kaku that she was no longer Kyosho's strategist nor a part of Kyosho itself, stating that they had gotten a better strategist, Shibai.
Bunen is next seen with the other Kyosho fighters, at the battle of Red cliffs, wanting to get the Dragon Jade, for Sousou sake.
Bunen goes against Saji. Bunen seems to be familiar with Saji, as he knows that Saji's true name is Shishi ouin, the man who caused both Toutaku's and Ryofu's death. Bunen then states that he will finish out Saji's fate and kill him. Bunen and Saji are next seen on the floor bleeding from their foreheads, with Bunen being unconscious, and Saji barely conscious.
Bunen is last seen with Ten'i on a ranch taking, happily taking care of a horse. Ten'i asks Bunen what its name was, as she feeds the horse some grass.
- Although the original Zhang Liao was known as the strongest member of the Five Elite Generals of Wei, Choryo wasn't a member of the Generals' successor, the Three Pillar Gods.
- Unlike his predecessor, Choryo doesn't seem to play a major role in the plot.
|Female Fighters||Chuukou Kyocho • Bunwa Kaku • Bunken Gakushin • Myosai Kakouen • Shikou Soujin|
|Male Fighters||Genjou Kakouton • Hokou Kakuka • Bonsoku Ukin • Bunen Choryo • Koumei Jokou • Ritsu Buntatsu • Shungai Chouko|
|Other||Chutatsu Shibai • Teni|