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Chinese Mythology is the mythology that has been passed down in oral form or recorded in literature in China. China being one of the oldest civilizations in the world, it has produced a huge mythology that has changed over thousands of years and includes many varied myths from regional and cultural traditions.

PrinciplesEdit

Red Luxing

Luxing.

China has a four-religion system that's collectively called Chinese folk religion: Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and ancestor worship or local communal deities (depending on the region). They each cover different spheres of a person's life: nature, ancestors, government, family, society, personal conscience, etc. and are practiced as necessary according to an individual's situation.

Chinese mythology is thus influenced by these four sources, all systems interwined in a complex celestial bureaucracy reflecting the ancient Chinese government

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ChronologyEdit

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Toaru Majutsu no IndexEdit

British Royal Family ArcEdit

Main article: British Royal Family Arc

Kanzaki Kaori compares Curtana Original's All Dimensions Severing Spell to three magical swords from a Chinese fable in The Liezi, a Taoist collection of teachings.[1]

Toaru Kagaku no AcceleratorEdit

Necromancer ArcEdit

Main article: Necromancer Arc

Having lived in exile in China for generations, the Rosenthal Family incorporated elements of Chinese mythology in their magic over the centuries.

Uses of Chinese Mythology in the storyEdit

  • Emperor Shun: legendary emperor of China
  • The Four Fiends (四凶 Si-Xiong?, lit. "Four Fiends/Four Evils"): also called the Four Evils and the Four Perils, they are four monstrous beings in Chinese mythology, consisting of Qiong Qi, Hundun, Taotie, and Taowu. They were banished by the legendary Emperor Shun to the four quadrants of the land
    • The names of the Four Fiends are given to the artificial souls that are the foundation of Rosenthal-style Necromancy.
  • Jiangshi: An undead creature from Chinese folklore, with some links to Taoism.
  • Xian: A type of immortal found in Taoism and Chinese mythology.

Users of Chinese Mythology-based MagicEdit

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