The Medical Saint or Yun Gu is a character of the second life of Yun Che in the Continent Azure Cloud. He picked up an abandoned baby whom he later named Yun Che. He raised and taught Yun Che how to be a nice and humble person. He also passed on his knowledge of medicine and, when he died, gave him the Sky Poison Pearl.
Second life Edit
The master of Yun Che during his life on the Azure Cloud Continent. When Yun Che was a baby he found him abandoned and welcomed him and taught him everything he knows about medicine. He has saved countless people who seek neither profit nor fame. He was the original owner of pearl venom from heaven, but he never used poison, he only used alchemy to extract, melt, and ultimately produce holy medicines to save millions of lives.
When being forced to die by pursuit of the pearl venom of the sky he gave it to Yun Che and it asked to him to not look for revenge for those that killed him.
Actual life Edit
Yun Gu was cornered by the three largest sects of the Azure Cloud Continent due to possessing the poison pearl of the sky, as in the other timeline. However, this time the sect pursuing it was the leaders of the entire continent, as opposed to the first-class sects of the other timeline and also wanted the poisonous power of the Poison Pearl Heaven, as opposed to the purifying powers of the other timeline Yun Che paralyzed the sect master of the three main sects and captured the elites present there, who were then let go by Yun Gu.
Later, Yun Che and Su Ling'er asked him to come to the Illusory Demon Realm with them as it was too dangerous for him to remain on the Azure Cloud Continent. There, Yun Che organized a playground for him in the Yun family house. Yun Gu later verified Little Demon Empress's condition and agreed to treat her. He then took Su Ling'er as his disciple to convey the work of his life and treat the Little Demon Empress because the doctor needs to be a woman with an abundance of Yin Qi. The process of treatment involves * *cough * * cough* * "touching together their sacred gardens".