Becoming An Outlaw
Later, Lu Zhishen passes by Cross Slope and became fast friends with Sun Erniang and Zhang Qing. He goes to Mount Twin Dragons to seek refuge under Deng Long but is refused. Lu Zhishen, Yang Zhi and Cao Zheng kill Deng Long and seize control of the stronghold and become outlaws. Lu Zhishen joins Liangshan after the battle of Qingzhou (in present-day Shandong).
Lu Zhishen goes to Huazhou to invite Shi Jin to join Liangshan but is arrested together with him and they are held captive in Prefect He's residence. The Liangshan outlaws trick Prefect He and manage to rescue them. Lu Zhishen becomes one of the leaders of the Liangshan infantry after the Grand Assembly in chapter 71. He follows the Liangshan heroes on their campaigns against the invading Liao army and rebel forces after they are granted amnesty by the emperor. He captures Fang La, who was on the run after his army had been completely eradicated by the Liangshan forces.
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