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Xiao Sect is one of the Four Major Sects in the Blue Wind Empire. It is one of the strongest entities in the empire.

HistoryEdit

The Xiao Sect is one of the first major enemies of Yun Che. It started out when Xiao Kuangyun went to the Xiao Clan to take a talented disciple back to the Xiao Sect. He was a degenerate womanizer and tried to get with Xia Qingyue and Xiao Lingxi. His lecherous scheme and machinations caused Yun Che to be expelled form the Xiao Clan and Xiao Lingxi and Xiao Lie to be locked up for 15 years by the Xiao Clan.

The Xiao Sect branch sect in New Moon City wanted to kill Yun Che after he crippled Xiao Luocheng during a match. Xiao Luocheng was branch sect's young master and also the most talented youth in New Moon City but he had a sinister and jealous personality and sought to destroy Yun Che who was also a rising talent.[1] The branch sect lost their entire treasury to Yun Che's swindling.[2]

Members of the Main Sect Edit

Grand Sect Master Edit

Grand Elder Edit

Sect Master Edit

Elders Edit

  • Xiao Boyun - Sword Sect's Chief Elder
  • Xiao Zheng - (deceased) Previous law enforce elder. His son is responsible for the Xiao Clan
  • Xiao Moshan - Watches over Xiao Kuangyun; vice leader of the Discipline Hall
  • Xiao Wuji - Medicinal Sect Great Elder

Disciples Edit

Servants Edit

Others Edit

  • Xiao Bieli - Abandoned by the Xiao Sect for poor aptitude; formed the Xiao Clan; father is Xiao Zheng

Branch Sect Edit

The Xiao branch sect is one of seven major sects in New Moon City. The actual location of the sect is at South Moon Mountain. The entire mountain belonged to the sect. It has its own management and leadership.

Branch Sect Members Edit

Profound Arts and Skills Edit

  • Extreme Wind Slash - Creates a wind storm with the silhouette of several swords that slices towards the opponent.[7]
  • Heavenly Eagle Art - User gains a large boost in speed
  • Heavenly Eagle Limitless Strike - Aerial attack with the silhouette of an eagle.
  • Fleeting Strike - Strongest move

References