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 sect 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 sect in the Jianghu they can collect information and join a fight very quickly, which is a great advantage.
Their moves inflict a great deal of damage but their defense is of less concern. They do however, on account of their knowledge in the field, have excellent control skills, such as a reactive grapple that makes opponent think twice about striking a Beggar from the air. Beggars can also chain some of their skills together, forming formidable combos.
The Short Staff is the Beggar weapon of choice, they weild it to deliver quick, decisive critical blows to their opponents. Beggars have also been known to practice in empty hand routines, proving their lack of reliance on weaponry.
Beggars' true strength lies in their drunken moves. While one would think it would be a hinderance to be tipsy in a fight, these rugged fighters can execute special skills in a drunken state to instigate high damage output.
Beggar Skill Sets
Beggars’ Sect are a Righteous sect. Only those with the Beggar Life Skill can join the Beggars' Sect. Each sect has its own rules and regulations, which lead to “Rule Points”. Reaching a certain amount of points will 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|
|Killing the same sect||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 HP will be halved, and a strength weakening BUFF will be attached to them for a stipulated time period.
Are you knowlegeable and righteous enough to become Headmaster of the Beggars' Sect?