Yeah, but I do think they should reassign some of the Jin officers to diff forces so that Koei can add the true Jin greats to the roster:
Xiahou Ba -> Shu
Zhuge Dan -> Wei (he was a Wei loyalist in history, that's y he rebelled against the Simas)
Guo Huai -> Wei (he served Wei his entire life)
I see one major problem with this..
Sima Yi - Died before Jin existed (Had nothing at all to do with Jin)
Sima Shi - Died before Jin existed (Had nothing at all to do with Jin)
Sima Zhao - Died before Jin existed.. I'll give Jin him though because he was at the penultimate step to succeeding the Wei Dynasty.
Deng Ai - Died before Jin existed
Zhuge Dan - Died before Jin existed.
Zhong Hui - Died before Jin existed.
Guo Huai - Died before Jin existed.
Xiahou Ba - Died before Jin existed.
The only "Officer" in Jin that actually lived to see the founding of Jin was the wife of Sima Zhao and mother of Sima Yan (Wang Yuanji).
Onto your wishlist, **** yes I agree with Wen Yang. He was a great warrior in the novel. And they make mention to him being a great warrior in dw7 during the rebellions. Anyways here are a few people I'd add to your wishlist.
Sima Zhou - 6th son of Sima Yi. Was known as the "Fire General". Participated in the conquest of Wu with Wang Jun that forced the surrender of said kingdom. Leaving Jin as the only remaining faction.
Sima Liang - 4th son of Sima Yi. Was made the Prince Wencheng. In his later years he served briefly as a regent to Sima Yan's son and successor.
Wang Jun - Led the attack on Wu and forced Emperor Sun Hao to surrender
Lady Zhuge - The daughter of Zhuge Dan and wife of Sima Zhou.
Yang Huiyu - The third wife of Sima Shi. Her grandfather was noted scholar, poet and musician Cai Yong. Her mother was the sister of Cai Wenji. She is also the sister of Yang Hu.
Sima You - Sima Zhao's second son. Was adopted by Shi to continue his line. He was considered an exceptional person and Zhao was very conflicted on whether to name him or Yan as his successor.
Sima Fu - One of Sima Yi's younger brothers. After Yi's death when wu and shu lead an attack against Wei he played an important role in stopping their attack despite his old age at the time.
NOT Sima Yan or Zhang Chunhua, add Sima Yan and Sima Yi will be the youngest grandfather ever, and Zhang Chunhua has grown up sons, Hate her custom character in DW7 Empires, she looks far too young to be a mother. Defiantly deleting her once I get my copy of the game.
Sima Yan is by far a very important character in the ending stages of the era. Not to mention he was only 16 when Sima Yi passed away. Besides Liu Bei was 62 when he died and looked a lot younger then he should have been. Not to mention that Zhang Chunhua's death was one of the reasons that Sima Yi closed himself off from public matters before his coup 2 years later.
As far as aging concerns go.. Ding Feng of Wu served for something like 80 years? Sun Quan was leading Wu for 52 years (started at 18 years old) yet they don't age at all. And if people want the inclusion of somebody like Liao Hua they would need to have some sort of aging in the game as he lived and served from before the founding of Shu all the way to the collapse of it.