Tangmen is one of the Eight Great Schools in Age of Wushu. The Tangmen are run by the Tang family, who are famous for their poisons and hidden weapons. They prefer darts and daggers. Thus they pair well with the Life Skills of Blacksmith, Poison Maker and Herbalist. They tend to be an aggro target with bosses making them less ideal as Weiqi player.
The Tangmen is a family sect that has been part of the Jianghu for several hundred years, but is still shrouded in mystery. They prefer to stay in the family castle located in Chongqing, Sichuan. The castle is heavily fortified; surrounded by traps and is very difficult to infiltrate.
Even though the Tangmen are famous, very few people truly know them. When they do appear, it’s hard to track them, so people often think they are an evil sect. The rumor is that the Tangmen have seven different types of hidden weapons including poisonous needles and blinding sands. The most famous hidden weapon is the “Storm Pear Flower Needle”. A highly skilled martial artist can hit enemies at 64 different points simultaneously, making the technique impossible to defend against...
In PvE, Tangmen are extremely useful for their Stalk in Stealth smoke grenade, which buffs ally dodge rate and external damage by a massive amount. Tangmen are also the kings of ranged damage and output more consistent DPS than any other school.
The Golden Snake Sting is one of the most flexible sets in the game, with an unconditional ranged stun and a feint that leads into powerful combos. Because their Vertigo Dart spam attacks are so annoying, many people feel the need to close the gap with them only to deal with an equally deadly close-range game
Internal Skills Edit
|Tier||Internal Skill||Max Level||Max Rage||Type|
|1st||Seven Limitations Manual||36||90|
|2nd||Six Directions Canon||36||100|
|3rd||Five Poison Script||36||110|
|4th||Extreme Yin Magical Skill||49||120|
|5th||Subtlety of Yin||49||130|
Martial Arts Sets Edit
|Tier||Martial Arts Set||Weapon||Scaling||Type|
|1st||Golden Snake Sting||Dagger, Darts||Melee Dmg|
|2nd||Vertigo Dart||Darts||Ranged Dmg|
|3rd||Shadow Chasing Sting||Dagger, Bullet||Melee Dmg|
|4th||King of Hell's Invitation||Dagger, Darts||Ranged Dmg|
|5th||Hidden Heaven Blade||Dagger||Melee Dmg|
Tangmen 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.
|Don't harm fellow school disciples||+40 points|
|Don't kill excessively (infamy > 200)||+20 points|
|No improper attire||+10 points|
Notable members Edit
- Grandmother Tang: The Elder of the Tang family. A spirited old woman who works behind the scenes.
- Tang Tianxing: The Leader of the Tangmen. A highly skilled martial artist who always acts with caution.
- Tang Sigong: The Poison Branch Leader and one of the former four Elders of the Tangmen. He is responsible for researching poisons, traps, and secret devices.
- Tang Fan: A mysterious man who wears an eye-patch, he was bullied by other disciples and only Tang Yingxuan helped him.
- Tang Jieyu: A coldhearted beauty. She escaped to the Tangmen 3 years ago, but completely lost her memory. Even though she is not a Tangmen family member, she is trusted by Grandmother and is in charge of the Hidden Weapons Branch.
The following are Meridians which Tangmen should focus on.
Greater Yin Spleen Foot Meridian (Tangmen)
- Native Tang meridian, plus it gives increased critical damage
Lesser Yin Kidney Foot Meridian (Wudang)
- Increases Critical Rate
Lesser Yang Gallbladder Foot Meridian (Royal Guards)
- Increases Critical & Hit Rate
Yang Brightness Stomach Foot Meridian (Shaolin)
- Gives a ton of HP
Greater Yin Lung Hand Meridian (Emei)
- Gives dodge if you don't want the HP from Shaolin
|Eight Great Schools|
|Good||Beggar's Sect • Emei • Shaolin • Wudang|
|Neutral||Scholars • Tangmen|
|Evil||Wanderer's Valley • Royal Guards|