|“||Heroes who rampaged across China alongside Qin's Six Generals and Zhao's Three Great Heavens.||”|
— Go Hou Mei, about Seven Fire Dragons
|Seven Fire Dragons|
|Name||Seven Fire Dragons|
|General|| Go Kei †|
Tai Roji †
Earl Shi †
Rei Ou †
Shou Sen †
Ba Tou †
During King Anri's reign, seven of Wei's strongest great generals took up arms in Wei's service. However shortly after the forming, Tai Roji, one of the Fire Dragons murdered Shi Kika, Earl Shi's younger sister. Her death caused a huge incident where the Fire Dragons, save for Go Kei, split into two sides and fought harshly to the point even the king was unable to stop them. This resulted in the deaths of Tai Roji, Ba Tou and Shou Sen by the hands of Earl Shi.
The king furious at their actions ordered for their execution, however Go Kei prevented this from happening through unknown means. Ultimately the three surviving Fire Dragons were imprisoned for 14 years underground. The king then decided to cover this up with a story where one Fire Dragon was slain by Ren Pa whereas the rest died of illness. As a result of this incident, none of the Fire Dragons aside from Go Kei have ever got as famous as the Qin's Six Generals.
There didn't seem to be a "loyalty of iron" between these men, like it was for the Six Great Generals of Qin, as they were divided into two different factions, who eventually confronted and eliminated each other.