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%% * TheGoodKingdom: Hai'an, formerly controlled by the Zhan Dao Empire.



* {{The Kingdom}}: Hai'an, formerly controlled by the Zhan Dao Empire.


** Mundane: Humans, natch.
** Stout: Juren. Four-armed giants from northern Qi Xien.
** Fairy: Kithiri. Bronze-skinned humanoids from the south who have six separate personalities.
** High Men: Ouyan. Tall, three-eyed beings from the west who can sense emotions.
** Cute: Hechi. Goat-people from an eastern desert island. They can use their horn to discern truth or lie.

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** Mundane: '''Mundane''': Humans, natch.
** Stout: '''Stout''': The Juren. Four-armed [[MultiArmedAndDangerous Four-armed]] giants from northern Qi Xien.
** Fairy: '''Fairy''': The Kithiri. Bronze-skinned humanoids from the south who have [[SplitPersonality six separate personalities.
individual personalities.]]
** High Men: '''High Men''': The Ouyan. Tall, three-eyed beings [[ThirdEye three-eyed]] humanoids from the west who western Qi Xien. Using their third eye, they can [[TheEmpath sense emotions.
emotions.]]
** Cute: '''Cute''': The Hechi. Goat-people from an eastern desert island. They can use their horn to [[LivingLieDetector discern truth or lie.falsehood.]]


* {{The Empire}}: The Zhan Dao Empire. Somewhat of a subversion in that throughout its long history [[HegemonicEmpire it had many less militaristic rulers.]]

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* {{The Empire}}: The Zhan Dao Empire. Somewhat of a subversion in that throughout its long history [[HegemonicEmpire it had many less militaristic rulers.]]rulers,]] though the current regime is as despotic as they come.



* {{Five Races}}: The corebook presents optional races that exist in distant corners of Qi Xien.
** Mundane: Humans, natch.
** Stout: Juren. Four-armed giants from northern Qi Xien.
** Fairy: Kithiri. Bronze-skinned humanoids from the south who have six separate personalities.
** High Men: Ouyan. Tall, three-eyed beings from the west who can sense emotions.
** Cute: Hechi. Goat-people from an eastern desert island. They can use their horn to discern truth or lie.



** Arguably subverted by Li Fan, which is arguably more hellish due to [[EverythingTryingToKillYou being overrun with supernatural monsters.]]

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** Arguably subverted by Li Fan, which is arguably generally more hellish due to [[EverythingTryingToKillYou being overrun with supernatural monsters.monsters]] and being close to Yao Gong Palace, the former headquarters of the Demon Emperor also known as [[TitleDrop Ogre Gate.]]


Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} [[TabletopRPG tabletop role-playing game]] by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien. It is particularly notable for having a very long list (over 180 separate entries) of [[SupernaturalMartialArts Kung Fu Techniques]] that has been released into the public domain.

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Wandering ''Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate Gate'' is a {{Wuxia}} [[TabletopRPG tabletop role-playing game]] by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien. It is particularly notable for having a very long list (over 180 separate entries) of [[SupernaturalMartialArts Kung Fu Techniques]] that has been released into the public domain.


[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ogre_gate_small.png]]Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien. It is particularly notable for having a very long list (over 180 separate entries) of [[SupernaturalMartialArts Kung Fu Techniques]] that has been released into the public domain.
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Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} [[TabletopRPG tabletop roleplaying game role-playing game]] by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien. It is particularly notable for having a very long list (over 180 separate entries) of [[SupernaturalMartialArts Kung Fu Techniques]] that has been released into the public domain.
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* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than others. They are distributed into four categories: [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Waijia]], [[KiManipulation Neigong]], [[WireFu Qinggong]], and [[PressurePoint Dianxue]].

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* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than others. They are distributed into four categories: [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Waijia]], [[KiManipulation Neigong]], [[WireFu Qinggong]], and [[PressurePoint Dianxue]].Dianxue]].

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** Arguably subverted by Li Fan, which is arguably more hellish due to [[EverythingTryingToKillYou being overrun with supernatural monsters.]]

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* {{Brainwashed and Crazy}}: Often the case with the Yao, martial heroes who've [[AndShowItToYou had their hearts ripped out]] and replaced with a stone.


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* {{Evil Chancellor}}: A textbook double-subversion in Cai Yuanyu, the Emperor's "right-hand man."

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* {{Cycle of Revenge}}: Quite literally a game mechanic in the "Grudge" subsystem.


* {{Master Swordsman}}: Many, many, ''many'' characters, including player characters.

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* {{Master Swordsman}}: Many, many, ''many'' characters, characters -- including player characters.players, if they so choose.


* {{Big Bad}}: Emperor Zhan, the Glorious Emperor.
* {{Bigger Bad}}: Yao-Feng, the Demon Emperor.
* {{The Empire}}: The Zhan Dao Empire. Somewhat of a subversion, in that throughout its long history it had rulers both good and bad.
* {{Evil Overlord}}: Two examples. The first is Yao-Feng, an ancient sorcerer and once-ruler of Yao Gong Palace (also known as [[TitleDrop Ogre Gate]]). The other is the Glorious Emperor, who worships Yao-Feng as the Bold King

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* {{Big Bad}}: Emperor Zhan, the Glorious Emperor.
* {{Bigger Bad}}: Yao-Feng, the Demon Emperor.
Emperor, can be seen as this.
* {{The Empire}}: The Zhan Dao Empire. Somewhat of a subversion, subversion in that throughout its long history [[HegemonicEmpire it had rulers both good and bad.
many less militaristic rulers.]]
* {{Evil Overlord}}: Two examples. The first is Yao-Feng, an ancient sorcerer and once-ruler of Yao Gong Palace (also known as [[TitleDrop Ogre Gate]]). The other is the Glorious Emperor, who worships promotes worship of Yao-Feng as the "the Bold KingKing" throughout the Zhan Dao Empire.
* {{Greater Scope Villain}}: Yao-Feng, the Demon Emperor.



* {{Master Swordsman}}: Many, many, ''many'' characters.

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* {{Master Swordsman}}: Many, many, ''many'' characters, including player characters.

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* {{Master Swordsman}}: Many, many, ''many'' characters.


[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ogre_gate_small.png]]Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ogre_gate_small.png]]Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien. It is particularly notable for having a very long list (over 180 separate entries) of [[SupernaturalMartialArts Kung Fu Techniques]] that has been released into the public domain.


* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than others.

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* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than others. They are distributed into four categories: [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Waijia]], [[KiManipulation Neigong]], [[WireFu Qinggong]], and [[PressurePoint Dianxue]].


Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien.

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Wandering [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ogre_gate_small.png]]Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien.



* {{Battle Couple}}: Bao and Sunan, lovers from ancient history and the creators of Kung Fu. They are pictured on the cover.

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* {{Battle Couple}}: Bao and Sunan, Sunan (pictured on the cover), lovers from ancient history and the creators of Kung Fu. They are pictured on the cover.Fu.


Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} called Qi Xien.

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Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate is a {{Wuxia}} tabletop roleplaying game by Bedrock Games, released as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF in 2016. It is a spinoff of a previous game, ''Sertorius'', set in a fantasy world strongly resembling {{Imperial China}} (specifically, the Southern Song Dynasty) called Qi Xien.



* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than others

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* {{Battle Couple}}: Bao and Sunan, lovers from ancient history and the creators of Kung Fu. They are pictured on the cover.
* {{Big Bad}}: Emperor Zhan, the Glorious Emperor.
* {{Bigger Bad}}: Yao-Feng, the Demon Emperor.
* {{The Empire}}: The Zhan Dao Empire. Somewhat of a subversion, in that throughout its long history it had rulers both good and bad.
* {{Evil Overlord}}: Two examples. The first is Yao-Feng, an ancient sorcerer and once-ruler of Yao Gong Palace (also known as [[TitleDrop Ogre Gate]]). The other is the Glorious Emperor, who worships Yao-Feng as the Bold King
* {{The Kingdom}}: Hai'an, formerly controlled by the Zhan Dao Empire.
* {{Supernatural Martial Arts}}: A primary focus of the game, though some Techniques are more subtle than othersothers.

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