Duan Gui was one of the 10 Eunuchs .
|Significant Battle(s):||Struggle on Wu Ling|
|Real name:||Duan Gui|
Duan Gui was a minister of the later Han Dynasty who joined Zhang Rang's administration, along with eight others. They were collectively known as the "Ten Eunuchs", influential politicians within the Imperial Court. When the Ten Eunuchs rebelled against Emperor Shao, he was killed by Min Gong, one of the loyalists.
Duan Gui (simplified Chinese: 段圭; traditional Chinese: 段珪, Pinyin Duàn Guī) was a eunuch of the late Han Dynasty, who servedEmperor Ling of Han; he was also one of the Ten regular attendants (Also known as the Ten Eunuchs), a group of court eunuchs who held great influence in the Han imperial court. After Emperor Ling died and was succeeded by his son Liu Bian in 189, He Jin, Yuan Shao and Cao Cao invaded the capital for the purpose of defeating the Ten Attendants, leading to He Jin's beheading in the palace courtyard by the Ten Attendants.