Shi En

Shi En is a fictional character in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. He ranks 85th of the 108 Liangshan heroes and 49th of the 72 Earthly Fiends. He is nicknamed "Golden Eyed Tiger Cub".

Read more about Shi En:  Background, Meeting Wu Song, Becoming An Outlaw, Campaigns and Death

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Shi En - Campaigns and Death
... Shi En follows the outlaws back to Liangshan Marsh after the great battle at Qingzhou (in present-day Shandong) and joins the Liangshan cause of "delivering justice on Heaven's behalf" ... During the Fang La campaign, Shi En follows the Ruan brothers on a naval assault on the enemy territory of Kunshan, but falls into the river by accident and drowns ...
Wu Song - Water Margin - Becoming An Outlaw
... the Mengzhou prison, the chief warden's son Shi En helps him get an easy life and they become friends ... Shi En owns a restaurant called the "Delightful Forest" (快活林) but has been forcefully taken by a hooligan called Jiang Zhong, who is nicknamed "Jiang the Door God" for ... To repay Shi En's kindness, Wu Song defeats Jiang Zhong in a fight and helps Shi En take back the restaurant ...