So I'm a little confused about it. Master Yi uses Wuju style, so I'm assuming it about going really fast, dashing about and slashing your opponents to ribbons (or spiritual awareness.. whatever).
But then WuKong comes into the picture. Master Yi teaches him the ways of Wuju to master and pass on the legendary form of martial arts.
But nothing WuKong does seems do be like the Wuju Master Yi uses. He uses a lot fo illusions and spins and invisibility and hitting real hard with a stick. What's up with that?
Wuju style is not a fixed way of fighting, as the lore goes:
"A martial art founded with the principles of absolute spiritual awareness of one's self and one's enemy."
It doesn't say it has a particular style of fighting, I think its more of a state of mind.
It's also a fighting style where you use only one weapon
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