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Beggar Sect was founded in the Han Dynasty and lasted for centuries. Members of this Sect each carry a pouch-like bag. The number he/she carries indicates his/her rank in the sect. The highest rank a member can attain is the rank of an elder, which is directly below the Chief. Elders carry 9 bags each.

 

The members adhere to a strict code of conduct and maintain the utmost respect for ranks. Their ability to set a wide communication network and having excellent information-gathering skills makes them one of the largest, famous and highly recognized Sects in martial art. 

 

Beggar sect is one of the righteous Sects in Jianghu.

 

To join the Sect you need to have a begging skill that can be acquired in Beggar NPC. They will give you a broken crock and a Skill Manual called “Greasiness” when you join. Beggar Skills include Pleading and Begging.

 

 

Proficiency: Melee

Weapon: Fist and Kick / Staff

Specialty: Group Damage

 

Sect Map

 

The Sect is headed by a chief, the highest rank that can be attained in Beggar Sect. The chief carries the revered Dog Beating Staff as a symbol of leadership. Their disciples are trained here to adhered the code of conduct and maintain the utmost respect for ranks. They help those who are in need through acts of chivalry and uphold justice to those who do evil.

 

Every month the sect holds meetings to discuss their plan in Jianghu.

 

 

 

Sect Weapon

Beggars Sect is also known for their staff fighting skills. As one of the supporting pillars in the defense of ancient Han Chinese.

 

 

 

Sect Uniform

 

 

Sect Skills

 

Beggar Sect is known for their Dog Beating Staff technique and Eighteen Dragon Subduing Palms. A typical member is usually armed with at least a wooden staff. 

 

 

Beggar Internal Skills

 

 

 

Notable Members

 

Xiao Tianfang: The leader of the Beggars Sect.

Lu Shufang: One of the Nine-Pocket Elders. 

Huo Rang: A former patrolman who joined the Beggar’s Sect to be with Hong Xian. 

Zhan Huasheng: A disciple of the Beggar Sect. 

Hong Xian: An orphaned who was accepted as Beggar disciples with her sister Hong Xian by Elder Shi.

 

 

School Rules and Disciplinary Action

 

Here are the guidelines on how to avoid being punished by your school. Your discipline value will increase if you violate any of these School Rules. When your Discipline Value exceeds to 100 points and you enter your school scene, you will be teleported directly to the sect. Your HP will be halved and a strength weakening BUFF will be attached for a stipulated time period.

 

You can reduce your Discipline Value by repenting your violations. For Beggars, you can go to Matyrs’ Hall (coordinates 638,166) to repent.

Press ‘C’ to open your character’s information then click on ‘School Reputation’  button at the lower left.

Click on your ‘School Regulation’ icon  to check your school’s info.