Wudang is one of the Eight Great Schools in Age of Wushu. The basic idea behind the Wudang 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.
The Wudang school was created during the Ming Dynasty. The famous Taoist Zhang Sanfeng established the school on Wudang Mountain near the city of Jun, located in Hubei province.
Wudang is renowned for its mountain range: Mount Canshang and Mount Taihe are two of the most well-known and their soaring peaks and deep valleys have inspired generations.In fact, in ancient times it was thought that the main peak, Tianzhu Peak, propped up the sky. In addition, Wudang Mountain is known as "nature’s pharmacy" for there are over 400 different kinds of herbs that grow there.
Wudang disciples are noteworthy for their incredible inability to die. Taiji Sword's ability to swap health and energy, the ability to rapidly recover energy in either Taiji Sword or Yin Yang Sword, and the natural durability of Wudang Internal skills make it very hard to end a fight against a Wudang. If battles go the distance, Wudang swordsmen will be the last ones standing.
Wudang have problems with dealing damage as they lack the overwhelming damage of many other schools. Breeze Sword and Yin Yang Sword have options for fighting at long range, and Taiji Sword is excellent in close. Overall, Wudang is the most well-rounded school.
Internal Skills Edit
|Tier||Internal Skill||Max Level||Max Rage||Type|
|1st||Yin Yang Heart Protecting Skill||36||90|
|2nd||Inner Pill Skill||36||100|
|4th||Pure Yang Wuji Skill||49||120|
|6th||Taichi Divine Skill||49||130|
Martial Arts Sets Edit
|Tier||Martial Arts Set||Weapon||Scaling||Type|
|1st||Yin Yang Sword||Twin Swords||Melee Dmg|
|2nd||Breeze Sword||Single Sword||Internal Dmg|
|3rd||Taiji Sword||Single Sword||Melee Dmg
|5th||Pliant Sword||Single Sword||Internal Dmg|
Wudang 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 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|
|No nudity or improper attire||+10 points|
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.
|Eight Great Schools|
|Good||Beggar's Sect • Emei • Shaolin • Wudang|
|Neutral||Scholars • Tangmen|
|Evil||Wanderer's Valley • Royal Guards|