Lu Bu's Army (in Chinese: 呂布軍) are the antagonistic faction in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. They are refers to the generals following Lu Bu after their master's demise in the dwindling days of the Han Dynasty.
After Wang Yun and Lu Bu led Dong Zhuo to die, the remaining Dong Zhuo followers became the target of the capital empire. In the face of failure, Lu Bu was leave. He kneels on the land and first assists Yuan Shao's siege to attack Zhang Yan and help Yuan Shao win.
Lu Bu's reputation as a warrior attracted his career followers and worried about Yuan Shao. After fleeing the suspicious assassination attempt, the ruble then joined forces with Cao Cao's dissatisfied generals to fight Cao Cao for a year. They found an opening after winning in Yanzhou. He and his army retreated to Xuzhou and relied on Liu Bei.
Although he claimed that Liu Bei was "his brother", he still tried to form an alliance with Yuan Shu and betrayed Liu Bei. After a brief friendly relationship with Cao Cao and betrayed Yuan Shu, Lu Bu rebuilt the relationship with Yuan Shu and resisted Cao Cao's army. After several months of intense fighting, Hou Cheng, Song Xian, and Wei Xu chose to surrender. The ruble realized that his number exceeded him and he voluntarily surrendered. He and Chen Gong were both executed.
- The army's men usually wear white with silver clothing in earlier Dynasty Warriors titles and Dynasty Tactics, but wear black with red accents in Dynasty Warriors 6 and onwards, as well as Romance of the Three Kingdoms.