LIU-BEIAlso known as LIU-PEI, LIU-XUAN-DE, XUANDE
God of Shoes and Heroics.
As all hell broke out across the country, with rebels and war all over the place, LIU-BEI swore a mighty oath to defend his Emperor. As told in Romance Of The Three Kingdoms, he joined forces with ZHANG-FEI and GUAN-YU and became an one of the Three Peach Orchard Brothers — and an instant hero.
LIU-BEI was tall, extremely good-looking, and, thanks to the fortuitous positioning of his eyeballs, blessed with amazing eyesight. (Not only X-ray vision, but Y and Z-vision too.)
But for such a mighty warrior, he was modest and kindly, which made him all the more popular.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Lee-yoo Bay
Alternative names : LIU-PEI, LIU-XUAN-DE, XUANDE
Popularity index : 443
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