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Emei character

Emei (峨眉) is one of the Eight Great Schools in Age of Wushu. With its extensive scope and power, the Emei dominate the Southwest region and are considered one of the Three Large Doors of Wushu, along with the Shaolin and Wudang. The Emei only accepts female disciples.

History Edit

The origins of Emei's Martial Arts come from its founder Guo Xiang. Guo Xiang supposedly inherited the Heaven Reliant Sword that contained sacred Martial Arts secrets. This made the Emei even more famous, equivalent even to Shaolin and Wudang. Emei's martial arts range from powerful inner energy skills to the use of bladed weapons and unarmed combat. The main weapon used by Emei disciples is the sword. They use needles and hairpins as projectile weapons to throw at enemies periodically as well. Like Wudang, Emei's skills are dual-natured, having elements of "roughness" and "softness", "long-range" and "short-range" attacks in the same style of fighting. They rotate between deceptive and direct attacks and can be used effectively by women to overcome opponents who are physically stronger than them.[1]

Playstyle Edit

Emei are highly desirable in PvE teams because of their numerous support skills, including the powerful Buddha's Golden Aura rage move that gives her entire team 70% resistance to damage. Additionally, Emei themselves are very tanky due to their Internal skills; it is difficult to hurt an Emei normally.

These ladies have healing and support skills, but they also have powerful and deadly attacks. Departing Sting focuses on close-range rushdown offense, while Golden Diamond Soft Palm has rapid ranged attacks that apply debuffs. Emei combos require no rage and are brutally effective; the Departing Sting style also has a rage move that buffs up the damage on the main combo, allowing the character to take off tons of HP with one well-placed stun.

Emei styles lack subtlety. Countering the typical depiction of women in video games, Emei warriors are direct and lack the shenanigans of other schools. An Emei can go the distance with any other school, but the straightforwardness of their styles can be a hinderance.

Internal Skills Edit

Tier Internal Skill Max Level Max Rage Type
1st Emei Stilt Walking 36 90 Soft Yin
2nd Five Talisman Manual 36 100
3rd Flying String Feather Script 36 110
4th Icy Body Skill 49 120
5th Great Nirvana Skill 49 130
6th Green Lotus Script 49 130

Martial Arts Sets Edit

Tier Martial Arts Set Weapon Scaling Type
1st Golden Diamond Soft Palm Barehanded Internal Dmg (Breath scale) Soft
2nd Departing Sting Double Stings

External Dmg (Breath scale)

Soft
3rd Rosy Cloud Stab Dagger

Internal Dmg (Breath scale)

4th Yu Nv Sword Single Sword Internal Dmg (Breath scale)
5th Qingcheng Stab Double Stings Internal Dmg (Breath scale) Yin

RulesEdit

Emei has its own rules and regulations. Breaking these rules will increase the player's Discipline Points. If a player’s Discipline Points exceed 100 and they enter the School area, a punishing cutscene will play. When the cutscene ends, the player’s health will be halved and they'll receive a weakening debuff for an hour.

Rule Discipline Value
Don't harm fellow school disciples +40 points
Don't break players out of jail +30 points
Don't steal escorted goods +20 points
Don't kill excessively (infamy > 200) +20 points
Don't kidnap players +10 points
No nudity or improper attire +10 points

Notable members Edit

  • Abbess Juechen: Leader of Emei, a master of sword. She fought against the Mongolian invasion with the Shaolin Abbot and Wudang Leader.
  • Mu Dieyin: An expert flute player. Rumor has it that she was once part of the Wudang School. She is formidable warrior and descendant of the legendary Tian Mountain School.
  • Hua Zhenxu: A loyal, kind and immensely stubborn warrior. She left her husband to join the Emei and has devoted her life to helping those in need.
  • Murong Diyun: The second daughter of the well-known Murong Family. Her sister brought shame to the family. She seeks to restore her family name to honor through the Emei.

School UniformsEdit

Picture GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Emei. Age of Wushu. Retrieved July 25, 2018.
Eight Great Schools
Good Beggar's SectEmeiShaolinWudang
Neutral ScholarsTangmen
Evil Wanderer's ValleyRoyal Guards