Gan Ning
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Chinese Name 甘寧
Courtesy Name Gan Xingba
Role Support character / main character
Gender Male
Species Power-user
Aura Orange-red
Abilities Martial arts skills
Music skills
Energy manipulation
Special abilities Create musical atmospheres
Weapons N/A
Status Alive
Home World The Silver Dimension
Alternate counterpart(s) N/A
First Appearance 14th Round, K.O.3an Guo
Portrayed by Cola (可樂)

Gan Ning (甘寧), courtesy Gan Xingba (甘興霸), is a minor-turned-main character of K.O.3an Guo.

He is a student of Jiang Dong High School, now known as Dong Wu Academy; and a member of the battling music band Champion.


He seemingly becomes the voice of reason since Taishi Ci's departure.


Like many other characters, he has displayed the abilities of advanced martials arts and super-speeding, as well as sensing. He can also infuse his fists with energy in battle.

Musical skillsEdit

Gan Ning can produce musical atmospheres for multiple effects and combine his powers with his teammates to produce an attack called "Flame of Unity" (烈焰合).


  • Gan Ning was color-blind. However, his sight is cured in the 53rd Round.
  • It was mentioned in Round 1 that there is a freshman student from Dong Han Academy with the same name (Gan Ning).
  • Gan Ning's blood type is AB.


Gan Ning is based on the military general of Sun Quan during the end of the Han Dynasty of China. He was born in Linjiang in the Ba Prefecture and took the style name of Xingba. He gained the titles of General Who Oppresses the Enemy with Ferocity and Grand Administrator of Xiling during his military career.

Gan Ning was rough but forthright and head strong. He was open-minded, valorous and skilled in strategy. His lack of respect for material goods was balanced by his respect for talented men. Gan Ning was extravagant and often covered his traveling quarters in silk only to cut the cloth up when he left. He traveled surrounded by carriages and steeds or when by water, galleys or light ships. He hated wealth. Throughout his younger years, he paid no heed to chivalry and often committed murder, both in public and in secret.[1]