ZHANG-FEIAlso known as CHANG-FEI
God of Butchers. And he's very butch, being eight-foot tall with a pantherish face, a roaring voice and mad staring eyes.
The three of them were a sort of Dynamic Duo plus one, or less than half of a Magnificent Seven. Pledging to save the Empire from rebels and war, they plunged into the fray and performed many mighty deeds.
ZHANG-FEI himself was a meat distributor by trade. He started out with animals and ended up with humans, but the principle is the same.
A large, bellowing butcher of a general, he charged in regardless of danger, lost his temper every sixteen minutes and was liable to explode with fury whenever an underling dared to speak. Little wonder that ZHANG-FEI was eventually killed by his own men. Steer well clear of sausages from now on.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Jharng Fay
Alternative names : CHANG-FEI
Popularity index : 399
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