1:6th Scale BJD Dolls of Ruyang Academy-Beihuan Guo
Beihuan Guo is the son of Wenxia Guo, a general of Chu who was known for his martial arts skills. Unlike his father, Beihuan was more interested in academic pursuits, especially in the study of literature and history. Despite this, he was also trained in the art of The Sacred Snake Fist by his father, who wanted to ensure that his son could defend himself if necessary.
One day, while Beihuan was studying at the Ruyang Academy, a group of bandits attacked the school in an attempt to kidnap some of the wealthy students for ransom. Beihuan and his classmates were caught off guard, but he quickly remembered his father’s teachings and sprang into action. With his quick reflexes and mastery of The Sacred Snake Fist , he fought off the bandits and helped to save his fellow students.
News of Beihuan’s bravery quickly spread throughout the academy, and he became somewhat of a hero among his peers. However, he remained humble and continued to focus on his studies, determined to become a scholar and make his mark in the world through his intellectual achievements rather than his physical prowess.
Over time, Beihuan became a well-respected scholar, admired for his intelligence and wisdom. He went on to serve his country as an advisor to the king, using his knowledge and analytical skills to help guide Chu through turbulent times. Despite his achievements, Beihuan never forgot the lessons he learned from his father and continued to practice The Sacred Snake Fist as a way to stay physically fit and disciplined.
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.