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Affiliation: Righteous Gender: Male & Female Weapons: Single SwordDouble Sword

History Edit

The School is located in the middle of the Wudang Mountain range atop a series of long winding stairs. The basic idea behind the Wudang School is balance. The Wudang believe that the balance of one's mind and body is essential to the mastery of the martial arts. In combat, they redirect energy used against them, throwing enemies off balance with a punch, or maneuvering thin swords through enemy defenses.

There is a saying, "The most respected in the north is Shaolin; the most respected in the south is Wudang". With focus on Internal Skills, Wudang disciples incorporate Taoist concepts within their martial arts.

Notable Members Edit

  • Zhang Sanfeng: The Founder of Wudang. He bravely fought in the Mongolian war. He is one of the oldest and most respected people in all of China.
  • Tianjizi: Called the Sword Branch Leader, he is a strict trainer.
  • Xiang Jiuchen: A famous Swordsman. Though he is a brilliant martial artist, he is less disciplined than his brothers.
  • Quyi: A mysterious girl found in the Sword Tomb, no one knows her origin. She devotes herself to the path of the sword.
  • Hong Yanxin: A famous sword master who used to be a member of the Royal Guards, she left when her brother was murdered.

RulesEdit

Each sect has its own rules and regulations, which lead to “Disciplinary Points”, which, when they reach a certain level, incur sect penalties.

Being dressed incorrectly 10 points
Killing Excessively (Infamy > 2000) 20 points
Committing Evil (Kidnap trading) 10 points
Committing Evil (Raiding Escort) 20 points
Committing Evil (Raiding Prison) 30 points
Harming the same sect (including Guild War) 40 points

When a player’s “Disciplinary Points” exceed 100, and they enter a sect’s scene, they will be teleported directly to the sect; an animated punishment will be broadcast, the player’s Life (HP) will be halved and a strength weakening BUFF will be attached to them for a stipulated time period.

Skills Edit

Martial Skills Edit

Wudang Skill Sets Overview
Breeze Sword
Master: Immortal Zi Yang (478,327) Weapon: Single Sword 1st martial skill set Attribute: Yin
Description: Long-distance capabilities, strong output
Taiji Sword
Master: Yu Xuanzi (365,252) Weapon: Single Sword 2nd martial skill set Attribute: Tai Chi
Description: Strong ability to survive, Can be learned when your internal is cultivated to 6
Yin Yang Sword
Master: Tian Jizi (593,249) Weapon: Double Sword 3rd martial skill set Attribute: Tai Chi
Description: Both offensive and defensive abilities, proficient individual
Taiji Fist
weapon: fist

Internal skills Edit

Yin Yang Heart Protection
Master: Immortal Zi Yang

(478,327)

Elder Attribute: Tai Chi 
Description: 1st internal skill
Inner Pill Skill
Master: Immortal Zi Yang

(478,327)

Finish quests Attribute: Yin and Soft
Description: 2nd internal skill
Purity-Without-Limits Technique
Master: Immortal Zi Yang

(478,327)

Attribute: Tai Chi
Description: 3rd internal skill
Pure Yang Wuji Skill
Master: Immortal Zi Yang

(478,327)

Attribute: Tai Chi
Description: 4th internal skill

School UniformsEdit

Conflicting images of uniforms. Needs confirmation.

Picture GalleryEdit

SourcesEdit

Snail Games. "Wudang: Tao Baby!" Age of Wushu. Snail Games USA, 12 Dec. 2012. Web. 12 Dec. 2012. <http://www.ageofwushu.com/news/view/51>.

Snail Game. "The Eight Schools." Age of Wushu. Snail Games US, 13 Dec. 2012. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. <http://www.ageofwushu.com/guide/view/4>.

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