Guan Di – The God of War
Guan Di, the Daoist War God was born around 162 CE and was at one point a bean curd seller. Thus he is also the patron of bean curd sellers. He changed his name to Guan and became a famous general during the Three Kingdoms period, being executed by an enemy in 220 CE. His veneration began around the 7th century CE and in 1594 he was canonized by a Ming Dynasty Emperor as the God of War and Protector of China.
It is said he guards China against all external enemies as well as internal rebels and can banish demons. Guan Di is also thought to have studied Confucianism and is revered as a god of literature. He is often portrayed as a nine-foot-tall giant with a two-foot-long beard, scarlet face, the eyes of a phoenix, eyebrows of silkworms and carrying a halberd.
You must have a Daoist Temple (not just a shrine) in your city to call a Daoist Hero
Fills with up to 32 beancurd if space is available and Mill/Warehouse is set to accept that many. If beancurds are not available in the mission then you cannot use this blessing.
Fills with 4 wood or paper as required
Fills fort with 4 weapons and wood if used.
HALVES THE BUILDING COST OF
Guan Di’s high hit points combined with strong attack points, see Hero Hit Points table, and his blessing of forts and helping Cavalry Morale mean he is often a very good choice for a hero in a combat situation, either to conquer other cities or defend your own.
Helps Cavalry Morale
No Muggers, Thieves or Bandits can appear in the city while Guan Di is there.
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