1:6 BJD Dolls of Ruyang Academy-Wuyi Tong
There was once a man named Wuyi Tong, who hailed from the Chu nation and was a student at the Ruyang Academy. He was a bright and ambitious young man who had many talents, but his greatest strengths were his skills with archery and horse riding.
At the academy, Wuyi formed a close bond with another student named Kong Yuwen, who was also a skilled rider and shooter. The two became the best of friends, spending countless hours together on the training grounds and competing with each other in various contests.
After leaving the academy, Wuyi and Kong Yuwen went their separate ways but remained close friends. Wuyi became a respected warrior in the Chu army, known for his bravery and skill with a bow and arrow. He fought in many battles and achieved many great feats.
Throughout his life, Wuyi never forgot the importance of friendship. He and Kong Yuwen exchanged letters and kept in touch, even as they pursued their own paths. In his old age, Wuyi would sit by the fire and tell stories of his adventures, often recounting his time at the academy and his battles in the army.
But the stories that Wuyi enjoyed telling the most were the ones about his friendship with Kong Yuwen. To him, their bond was the greatest achievement of his life. He would often speak of the importance of true friendship, and how it could endure even when faced with distance and time.
In the end, Wuyi’s legacy was not just the battles he had won or the feats he had accomplished, but the enduring friendship he had shared with Kong Yuwen.
About Ruyang Academy
Once upon a time in a chaotic world, there was a mysterious Eastern continent called “Gushenzhou”. Many countries existed on this continent, among which the Ming and Chu nations were known as twin heroes, with the saying “North Ming and South Chu”. To the north of the Chu capital, Anjing, there was a royal school located at the southern foot of the Rujia Mountains. Therefore, the Chu King gave it the name “Ruyang Academy”. The students in the academy were mostly princes, nobles, and children of officials and aristocrats. Some of them were also diligent scholars selected from local areas, with good character and appearance. They not only studied various schools of thought, but also practiced the “Six Arts” and “The Art Of War ” and other skills. They were all imposing and eloquent speakers.