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    Mt. Hua Sect members from the HSDS era, the SPW era, or later go to the summit of their own mountain. At the summit, they see two graves marked "North Beggar Hung 7 Gung" and "West Poison Au Yeung Fung."

    Would those names mean anything to those latter day Mt. Hua Sect members, or would they be complete mysteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cheng View Post
    Mt. Hua Sect members from the HSDS era, the SPW era, or later go to the summit of their own mountain. At the summit, they see two graves marked "North Beggar Hung 7 Gung" and "West Poison Au Yeung Fung."

    Would those names mean anything to those latter day Mt. Hua Sect members, or would they be complete mysteries?
    I'm guessing the markings on the grave would have eroded by then and maybe grass grown over the top? They might not even notice that it was a grave and 2 greats are buried underneath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cheng View Post
    Mt. Hua Sect members from the HSDS era, the SPW era, or later go to the summit of their own mountain. At the summit, they see two graves marked "North Beggar Hung 7 Gung" and "West Poison Au Yeung Fung."

    Would those names mean anything to those latter day Mt. Hua Sect members, or would they be complete mysteries?
    During HSDS, other than old man ZSF, no one mentioned about the Greats. The last "young" person who could continue to carry the tales of the Greats would be the Yellow-Robed Lady but she's a recluse so...

    Sadly, I don't think anyone would remember Hong 7 Gong or OYF by SPW era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoyatika View Post
    During HSDS, other than old man ZSF, no one mentioned about the Greats. The last "young" person who could continue to carry the tales of the Greats would be the Yellow-Robed Lady but she's a recluse so...

    Sadly, I don't think anyone would remember Hong 7 Gong or OYF by SPW era.
    What about beggar sect? 18 Dragon palm was still passed down to generation leaders and maybe they also spoke about past leaders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stance View Post
    What about beggar sect? 18 Dragon palm was still passed down to generation leaders and maybe they also spoke about past leaders?
    Yeah...I'm pretty sure the Beggar's Union kept a pretty thorough record of its history, and Hung 7 Gung was one of those milestone leaders whose name would live on for generation after generation.

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