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Zu Online, which refers to lots of classical sutras, has its setting based on the supernature novel--The Life of Swordsman in a area called Zu. It is an elaborately and well-designed 3D MMORPG with a rich culture of immortals and knight-errants. Its most outstanding feature is putting emphasis on the traditional Chinese culture of monkery. The in-game quests will boost the development of storyline. Players will be able to taste flying by riding a sword, consubstantiating god and Buddha, forging mystic weapons, creating sects and other else amusing. "Zu Mountain", these two characters do not only represent a range of mountains and streams. By contrast, considerable ghosts, immortals, knight-errants and uncanny fairylands have been tightly fastened to them. "Zu Mountain" has become the pronoun of the millenarian oriental culture of immortals and monkery. Zu Online is a story about the immortals, monkery and battles against the evil.
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