Beggars' Sect

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Story[edit | edit source]

In every dynasty there were beggars. They often went out in groups and always punished villains; they are somewhat similar to the legend of ‘Robin Hood’ in the West; the Beggars’ Sect became the largest school in the Jianghu and their ‘Dog Beating Staff Technique’ and ‘Eighteen Dragon-subduing Palms’ are widely renowned.
The Beggars’ Sect has branches spreading across all provinces, although it could be considered that their headquarters are in the capital of China, Beijing. As the largest school in the Jianghu they can collect information and join a fight very quickly, which is a great advantage.

Weapons[edit | edit source]

Palms are the weapon of choice for their strong and direct power, although a staff or stick is also known to be used. Their two ultimate skills are the famous ‘Dog Beating Staff Technique and Eighteen Dragon-subduing Palms’.
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Sect Position[edit | edit source]

There have been beggars in every dynasty that have formed alliances to defend against injustices and fight for righteousness.
By the end of the Song dynasty the Beggars’ Sect had become one of the foremost righteous sects in the Jianghu.
Although beggars occupy the lowest position in society, many of them are of noble character, remaining steadfast, unyielding, and maintaining impeccable moral standards.
They would not hesitate to give up their lives in the name of righteousness and comradeship.
Beggars’ Sect is a Righteous Sect.

Fighting Style[edit | edit source]

Combat Routines[edit | edit source]

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Internal Skills[edit | edit source]

1st Internal:

2nd Internal:

3rd Internal:

Sect Rules[edit | edit source]

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

Killing Excessively (Evil point > 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 “Rule 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.

Rank[edit | edit source]

You gain school reputation through your assignments and your training.
You will be able to challenge NPCs from your school which hold a higher rank. If you win the fight you will gain their title and obtain the outfit which is paired with your new rank.

Sect Outfits[edit | edit source]

As they grow in strength and rank, players will be rewarded with sect outfits which are only available to Beggars' Sect members.

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Sects
Good Beggars' SectEmeiShaolinWudang

Neutral Scholar's AcademyTang Clan

Evil Blissful ValleyRoyal Guards