It was in the ninth year of Yuankang, Emperor Hui, that he was transferred to the Great General of the North. Before that, all the supervisors of Yecheng were the King of Hejian. The Sixth King and the Seventh King had been together in Yecheng for a long time. This should also be why Sima Ying was sent to one of the three major military regions, but it was a degraded concept. Because ordinary princes of the direct line (Sima Yi-Sima Zhao-Sima Yan) guarded the military region, they were all bosses and checked and balanced with the governor of the provincial governor, but Sima Ying had an extra foreign military supervisor on his head. Yes, A Ying is the son of Sima Yan, and King Hejian is the grandson of Sima Fu.
Not only did the two live in peace with each other, but King Hejian's evaluation rose even further. Finally, in the last year of Empress Jia (9 years of Yuankang), King Hejian was transferred to Guanzhong to sit in town, and Sima Ying was promoted photo retouching to be the general of Zhenbei. At that time, Guanzhong was a place where only direct princes could serve as commanders. This side not only shows the excellence of King Hejian, but also the appreciation of the former Guanzhong commander, King Liang, but also Sima Ying's modesty. That's right, Sima Ying, who was qualified to be promoted in the Hebei theater, should be the first candidate to take over Guanzhong at that time.
For the Western Jin Dynasty, which has already eliminated Soochow, there is no place more important than the two major war zones of Guanzhong and Hebei. As for why be humble? Sima Ying may have her own ideas. From the next crusade against King Zhao, it can be seen that Sima Ying, who has been in Hebei for 10 years, has connections and mobilization skills that other princes cannot match. If Sima Ying had ambitions for the throne since she was a child, and wanted to grasp the most powerful strength among princes, then you can understand why Sima Ying did not leave Hebei. But that's impossible... From Lu Zhi's biogra