Campaigns and Later Life
Zhu Tong becomes one of the Eight Tiger Cubs Vanguard Generals of the Liangshan cavalry. He follows the Liangshan heroes on their campaigns against the Liao invaders and rebel forces after they have been granted amnesty by the emperor. He makes great contributions and is one of the few lucky survivors from Liangshan after the campaigns. He is offered an official post in recognition of his contributions and he accepts it. He joins Liu Guangshi in the subsequent war against the Jurchen-ruled Jin Dynasty and is promoted to a higher military rank for his achievements.
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