Chao Gai

Chao Gai is a fictional character in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. He is not one of the 108 Stars of Destiny as his name does not appear in the Heavenly Tablet. However, after his death, Chao essentially serves as spiritual guardian of the outlaws and ceremonial sacrifices are made to him.

Read more about Chao Gai:  Background, Robbing The Convoy of Birthday Gifts, Joining Liangshan, Death and Legacy

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Chao Gai - Death and Legacy
... Chao Gai participates in some battles against the enemies of Liangshan but most of the time he lets Song Jiang lead the outlaws into war while he stays behind to ... was originally intended to be presented as a gift to Chao Gai ... Chao Gai is infuriated and leads his forces to attack the fortress ...
List Of Water Margin Minor Characters - Song Jiang's Story
... One night, she discovers Chao Gai's letter to Song and threatens to report Song to the magistrate for being in league with outlaws if Song does not agree to three conditions ... Third, Song must give her the gold bars from Chao Gai ... he only took one gold bar and asked Liu Tang to return the rest to Chao Gai ...
Song Wan - Chao Gai Becomes Chief
... Subsequently, Chao Gai and his six companions flee to Liangshan for refuge after robbing the convoy of birthday gifts ... Wang in anger after Wu Yong's instigation.Chao Gai takes over as the chief of Liangshan and he recruits Wang Lun's former deputies, including Song Wan ...
List Of Water Margin Minor Characters - Zeng Family Fortress
... He is responsible for killing Liangshan's chief Chao Gai with a poisoned arrow and becomes a sworn enemy of Liangshan ... "Whoever captures Shi Wengong will be the leader of Liangshan" were the dying words of Chao Gai ... and executed as a sacrifice to Chao Gai ...
Yu Baosi - Joining Liangshan
... from the north and the famous "Jade Lion" steed, intending to present it to Chao Gai, chief of the outlaw band at Liangshan Marsh ... The Zengs hurl abusive remarks at Liangshan and anger Chao Gai, who personally leads the outlaws to attack the fortress ... Song Jiang succeeds Chao Gai as chief of Liangshan and he leads the outlaws to attack the fortress again ...

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