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Thread: Deun and Mo Yung Imperial Bloodlines (originally posted by Laviathan)

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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock110
    i've always thought Hung 7 Gong was the creator of the dragon palm
    That was actually true in the first edition of LOCH published in MING PAO DAILY during the 1950s. It was retconned out to fit with DGSD in the second edition (1970s) and third edition (2000s), however.

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    AND another thing, is none of the stories of the Triology really mentioned about the great characters of DGSD
    The second and third editions of LOCH mention Kiu Fung as an earlier Beggar's Union Chief, and that South Emperor Deun Chi Hing/1 Deng was the grandson of Deun Yu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cheng
    That was actually true in the first edition of LOCH published in MING PAO DAILY during the 1950s. It was retconned out to fit with DGSD in the second edition (1970s) and third edition (2000s), however.



    The second and third editions of LOCH mention Kiu Fung as an earlier Beggar's Union Chief, and that South Emperor Deun Chi Hing/1 Deng was the grandson of Deun Yu.

    i never get to read the 2nd or 3rd edition , can't read chinese for shit, only read the translated version which is the 1st edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock110
    i never get to read the 2nd or 3rd edition , can't read chinese for shit, only read the translated version which is the 1st edition.
    I can't read jack either. I rely on information from our friends here at SPCNET and on the old Yushy Wuxia Forums.

    I can tell you, however, that much has changed since the first editions.

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    In light of what happened, did Deun Yin Hing have a legitimate claim to take back the Dali throne? He only wanted back what was rightfully his. Did Deun Jing Ming and Deun Jing Tsun really have a right to deny Deun Yin Hing his birthright? Did they do so because he had become "evil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cheng
    In light of what happened, did Deun Yin Hing have a legitimate claim to take back the Dali throne? He only wanted back what was rightfully his. Did Deun Jing Ming and Deun Jing Tsun really have a right to deny Deun Yin Hing his birthright? Did they do so because he had become "evil?"
    The crown was rightfully DYQ's. DZM did acknowledge that he was the rightful Crown Prince. Too bad he was the 1st Evil and DZM would not place the country into his hands for the good of the Dali people.


    In fact, if DYQ had just bidded his time and train his kung fu without creating a ruckus, he could have appeared after his injuries were healed and likely gotten the throne back. Instead he went around getting a evil reputation which does jack-all for his crown ambitions.
    Its BIxie Jianfa Gawdammit you guys!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CC
    The crown was rightfully DYQ's. DZM did acknowledge that he was the rightful Crown Prince. Too bad he was the 1st Evil and DZM would not place the country into his hands for the good of the Dali people.


    In fact, if DYQ had just bidded his time and train his kung fu without creating a ruckus, he could have appeared after his injuries were healed and likely gotten the throne back. Instead he went around getting a evil reputation which does jack-all for his crown ambitions.
    That's got to be one of the top boneheaded plays in wuxia history.

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    He was pissed (rightfully so), and couldn't wait.
    忽见柳荫下两个小孩子在哀哀痛哭,瞧模样正是武敦儒、武修文兄弟。郭芙大声叫道:「喂,你们在干甚麽?」武 修文回头见是郭芙,哭道:「我们在哭,你不见麽?」

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ
    He was pissed (rightfully so), and couldn't wait.
    Maybe the hot sex he had outside the temple fired him up?
    Its BIxie Jianfa Gawdammit you guys!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CC
    Maybe the hot sex he had outside the temple fired him up?
    For *twenty years*?

    That's great sex indeed...

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