As I was improving an answer to this question in the History SE, I discovered that the prestige Luoyang dialect of the Eastern Han and Three Kingdoms period didn't actually fall under Old Chinese but something called 'Eastern Han Chinese' which had already begun shifting consonants and vowels and dropping syllables' final consonants. As such, the Baxter-Sagart and Zhengzhang lists of reconstructed Old Chinese that you can easily find, eg, on Wiktionary don't actually describe what the language would have sounded like.
Does anyone here know a good source for trying to reconstruct what fairly accurate Three Kingdoms names and language would have sounded like? For instance, can any of y'all fill in the missing blanks here?
Cao Cao, Liu Bei, He (河), Jiang (江), Wu (吳)
_______, _______, _______, _______, ________
Zlu Sau, Məru Brugs, Gal, Krong, Nga