The last king of the Eight Kings Rebellion was the King of the East Sea, Sima Yue. It is very interesting that A Yue's father was Sima Tai, the prince who was in charge of stabilizing the world for 9 years before the civil war of the Six Kings began. If you ask Ayue for his opinion, he probably won't agree with the "Eight Kings Consolidate into One Biography". Ayue was originally Sima Tai's heir, but Uncle Tai's achievements were outstanding, and Ayue himself was also very outstanding. Later, he sealed six additional counties and named Donghai Kingdom, allowing Ayue to make his own king.
From the beginning of Yang Jun's chaos, Sima Yue was almost completely by the side of Emperor Hui of Jin, and experienced the chaos of photo retouching the Seven Kings with him. In the end, in the Yecheng battle with Sima Ying, the king of Chengdu, Emperor Hui of Jin was captured by the Hebei army, and A Yue fled in embarrassment, waiting for an opportunity to rise again in the East China Sea. Sima Ying is actually quite the style of Liu Bang, the great ancestor of the Han Dynasty. Do you think he is really good at fighting? nor. It is true that I often want to run away as soon as I hear that the army is under pressure.
However, Sima Ying's subordinates had all kinds of capable people who helped him along the way. However, Liu Bang really wanted to apply oil to the soles of his feet, but Zhang Liang couldn't stop him. Sima Ying was frightened for a while, and fled Yecheng with the Son of Heaven, and was held hostage by Zhang Fang, the king of Hejian, and the entire throne of Chengdu was deposed. Seeing that a general trend has passed, things have turned around. Originally, the King of Hejian deposed Sima Ying in the hope of quelling the public anger, so that all localities could join forces to fight the rebels, but I'm sorry, Sima Ying's popularity of Liu Bang's level is beyond imaginatio