|Force(s):||Kingdom of Wei|
|Significant Battle(s):||Wen Qin & Guanqiu Jian's Rebellion, Struggle on Wu Ling, Zhong Hui's Rebellion, Tan-7, Black-5|
|Real name:||Guanqiu Dian|
Guanqiu Dian was a general from the Kingdom of Wei.
Guanqiu Dian was the son of Wei commander Guanqiu Jian and was an officer in his division. In AD 255, following the displacement of Wei Emperor Cao Fang, Guanqiu Dian advised his father to rebel. After Sima Shi's corpulent actions, Jian was moved to great anger, and Guanqiu Dian fomented his father's wrath, saying, "Father, you are chief of all this region. With this Sima Shi in such a position, the country is in danger, and you cannot sit still and look on." His father agreed to this advice and rebelled in Shouchun. Guanqiu Jian and his son were killed by Sima Shi during the rebellion, which was crushed by brutality. Guanqiu Dian (died 255), style name Zibang (子邦), was an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He was the oldest son of Guanqiu Jian. When the state power of Wei fell into the hands of the regent Sima Shi, Guanqiu Dian advised his father to start a rebellion against Sima. He ended up escaping from the capital Luoyang before forming his rebel army. Guanqiu Dian was murdered while this event was taking place.