Wuju style.

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Baron Bodacious

Senior Member

12-10-2012

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?


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Dracorya

Senior Member

12-10-2012

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.


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Spectral Torch

Junior Member

09-23-2013

It's also a fighting style where you use only one weapon


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C W Sherman

Recruiter

04-18-2014

So just gotta say, I'm glad I finally found an actual answer to this question, and found that someone had posted it in a manner that voiced exactly my concerns, "How are Master Yi and Wukong using anywhere near the same style?" But in the process of looking for this answer, I kind of resolved it was the same as every other fictional martial art, technically speaking if you master Wuju style, you also master Torquasm-Vo, Vaapad, and Sacred Monkey Style...


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C W Sherman

Recruiter

04-18-2014

Riot, please make Wukong use a different style or redesign to at least have something in common with Master Yi, currently the only thing they have in common is that they piss me off when I see them coming.