"There is no general in Shu, and Liao turns into a pioneer." This proverb puts Liao Hua's historical status into the bottom. In fact, the incompetent "incompetence" was given by Luo Guanzhong. In fact, Liao Hua was very powerful!
"Three Kingdoms" records that Liao Hua is a rare Confucian general. He first served as master book under Guan Yu, a clerk. However, don't underestimate this position. The people who serve as masters are almost all intellectually superior.
Liao Hua is not only literary, but also has high force. At the end of the Three Kingdoms, Liao Hua had always been the backbone of the Shu Kingdom. When he joined Zhuge Liang, he served as an army officer, equivalent to the current staff. Being able to be a staff officer under Zhuge Liang's powers is certainly not bad.
Later, Liao Hua was appointed as a general for riding a car. At this time, Liao Hua's work was not just a matter of planning, but it was necessary to fight the enemy. According to the official records of the generals of the Han Dynasty, General Che Qi was second only to General General and Qian Qi General, and his status was even higher than that of Generals before and after.