|Feng Wu Qing|
|User||Feng Yang Ming|
|Original Location||Central Continent|
|Affiliation||Divine Coalition, Odd Squad, Righteous Blades, Rising Dragons, Team Rose|
|Occupation||Ambassador of Infinite City|
|Guild||Dark Phantom, Former member of Team Rose|
|Base of Operation||Single|
|Manhua Debut||Volume 1, Chapter 2 (Game 2)|
|Novel Debut|| Volume 1, Chapter 3 |
AppearanceEditFeng Wu is a human warrior with brown or black hair which he keeps in a ponytail on top of his head. He is often seen with a fan, but his weapon of choice is a sword. He typically wears Han styled clothing.
Feng Wu has a bit of an arrogant personality. He loves to look nice and attract the attention of the ladies. His favorite character is Chu Liu Xiang and so he tries to mimic his personality. He is also quite confident in his looks and fighting skills. In addition, he is known for having a loud mouth which is one of the reasons why his sister does not tell him who she is. Though he initially hated her, Feng Wu is revealed to have feelings to Lolidragon. (Who gets embarrassed about it)
Odd Squad arcEdit
Feng Wu Qing was first seen shortly after joining Team Rose. He instantly disliked Prince and silently challenged him because he thought that Prince was after "his" women (Snow White Rose and Fair Sky). Sometime after this, he quit the team because Rose would not go out with him since she said her heart belonged to Prince. He later joined up with Dark Phantom.
Feng Wu Qing and his teammates were able to fight and win their way to the finals of the Adventurers' Tournament. They decided to team up with Odd Squad for the final match to improve their chances of winning. Dark Phantom and Odd Squad under the guidance of Ugly Wolf, took on a number of large mobs to simulate the conditions of the final match. During one of these training sessions, Prince who was being used for bait, fell off a cliff. Badly injured, but not dead, he sent a message to his teammates telling them what happened. They then told Dark Phantom what had happened. Dark Phantom agreed to help them search, so they all headed out to find Prince. Shortly afterward, the two teams split so that they could each undergo their own special training.
Feng Wu was next seen at the final match of the tournament. Dark Phantom had also decided to use a strategy of escaping similar to Odd Squad's, so they split up into three teams: Wicked with Ming Huang, Feng Wu Qing with Black Lily, and Marksman with Playboy. For most of the match, Ming Huang and his teammates tried to keep a low profile and not fight when possible.
Near the end of the fight when Prince wanted to help Nan Gong Zui after "betraying" him. This caused both Odd Squad and Dark Phantom to jump into the fray and start attacking. Ming Huang unleashed his Heaven's Nine Fury spell killing or seriously injuring the remaining players. At the end of the match only Dark Phantom and Odd Squad remained. Right after Gui killed Wicked, Prince was badly wounded. Before he could be healed, Feng Wu snuck up behind him and killed him. Then Ming Huang unleashed Heaven's Nine Fury just as Yu Lian unleashed her Meteor Shower. The two spells collided killing all the remaining players but Lolidragon (who had burrowed underground) and Feng Wu Qing. Lolidragon was then able to stomp Feng Wu to death making Dark Phantom the runners up for the tournament.
Nan Gong Zui arcEdit
He along with the other members of Dark Phantom joined Odd Squad and became members of Infinite City. He was also given a position in the Foreign Affairs Department along with Lolidragon (who tricked him into it) and Doll.
Gui/Wicked Side-story arcEdit
He helped look for Prince after he fell off a cliff.
Eastern Continent arcEdit
Feng Wu managed to recruit over a hundred members for the army (his mother was a writer so she asked her fans to help out).
Feng Wu Qing wields a Chinese sword and a fold-up fan. In the novels he wields a rapier.
Powers & Abilities Edit
- Continuous Attack: Repeatedly attacking his opponent without stopping for a period of time.
- Feng Wu Qing is the first avatar to be shown switching team in the series.
- Interesting enough, Gui switched teams as well, but he left his old team before the series started.