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    When Yau Chui Gei showed up at the Gwok/Yeung home in Ox Village at the beginning of LOCH, the Taoist was seriously injured. Was it ordinary Jin or Sung soldiers that injured him? Unless they attack him en masse, it's difficult to see how mere soldiers could pose a threat to Yau Chui Gei. In LOCH '82 (TVB), it seemed that Yau Chui Gei encountered a few Jin mercenaries that had considerable martial arts skills, but I was told he fought no such martial artists in the novel.

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    What injury? He wasn't injured at all.
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    Originally posted by Laviathan
    What injury? He wasn't injured at all.
    In LOCH '82, Yau Chui Gei sustained an injury while fighting Jin mercenaries that made it necessary for him to recuperate at the Gwok/Yeung residence for a few hours. Guess not.

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    No he was NOT injured at all. He was just minding his own business on his way, walking VERY fast, displaying such lightness skill that awed the brothers, then Guo Xiaotian asked him in for a warm drink.

    Even later that night after playing around with Yang and his spear, a group of disguised Jin soldiers led by Wanyan Honglie did showed up, and Qiu slaughtered them with ease winth Honglie barely surviving. He didn't even need Yang or Guo's help. No one in the novel until the 7 Freaks were a threat to Qiu at that point.

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    Nope, he was fine. LOCH 94 was much more accurate.
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