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Beggar's Sect character

Beggar's Sect is one of the Eight Great Schools in Age of Wushu. It upholds justice and helps those in need. To join the Beggar's Sect, the player must first learn the Beggar Life Skill.


The Beggar's Sect is one of the supporting pillars in defending the country from foreign invasions. Their leader carries the revered “Dog Beating Staff” as a symbol of his authority and position. The most notable technique of the Beggar's Sect is the Eighteen Dragon Subduing Palms. Anyone may join the Sect, making the martial arts of the school diverse. Due to the large size of the school they have a wide network of communication and members have a reputation as excellent information-gatherers.[1]


Beggars fill the role of DPS in a PvE team and are not particularly essential. However, their damage is incredibly high, and they contribute a lot via area crowd controls and high damage in all situations.

Beggars are hard to counter simply because they have too many options with their Lotus Palm set. They can battle at close or long range but prefer close range for combos. A single ground slam from a Beggar can result in a combo dealing well over 70% of an opponent's health. These combos are cool to watch, too; the opponent goes flying into the air, is then knocked away and tackled out of the air into a devastating ground slam that is followed up with rapid palm strikes.

Beggars don't have many weaknesses; Lotus Palm really covers all the bases. The main weakness of a Beggar is that over-aggression can be dangerous. A blocked groundslam or airgrab is guaranteed damage from the enemy.

Internal Skills[]

Tier Internal Skill Max Level Max Rage Type
1st Mental Skill of Leisure 36 90 Yang Hard
2nd Divine Skill of the Yuyang 36 100
3rd Dragon-Subduing Inner Skill 36 110
4th Raining Wine Godly Inner Skill 49 120
5th Pinch the Dragon 49 130
6th Tianyuan Mental Skill 49 130

Martial Arts Sets[]

Tier Martial Arts Set Weapon Scaling Type
1st Crying Stick Quarterstaff Melee Dmg Hard
2nd Lotus Palm Barehanded Melee Dmg

Internal Dmg

3rd Spirit Snake Stick Quarterstaff Melee Dmg Hard
4th Dog Beating Staff Technique Quarterstaff Melee Dmg
5th Dragon-Subduing Palm Barehanded Melee Dmg


Beggar's Sect 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

Notable Members[]

  • Xiao Tianfang: The leader of the Beggars. He has travelled with other elders of the sect since he was young.
  • Lu Shufang: One of the Nine-Pocket Elders. He is an illiterate from the streets, yet he loves to listen to book-readings and watch street performances.
  • Huo Rang: A former patrolman. He joined the Beggar’s Sect to be with Hong Xian.
  • Zhan Huasheng: A disciple of the Beggar Sect. He is optimistic, witty, and the mastermind of the school.
  • Hong Xian: Orphaned when a pestilence broke out, Hong Xian and her sister were accepted as Beggars by Elder Shi.


  • The Begger's Sect is a recurring martial art sect used in several novels by classic Wuxia writers; several aspects of the Age of Wushu version reference this, such as the focus on quarterstaff techniques and Dog Beating Staff Technique in particular.


  1. Beggar's Sect. Age of Wushu. Retrieved July 26, 2018.
Eight Great Schools
Good Beggar's SectEmeiShaolinWudang
Neutral ScholarsTangmen
Evil Wanderer's ValleyRoyal Guards