14 Facts About Nezha


Nezha is a protection deity in Chinese folk religion.

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Nezha'sfather was military commander Li Jing, who later became the "Pagoda-wielding Heavenly King".

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Nezha then fought him and injured him severely, causing him to return to the King and beg for someone else to take care of Nezha.

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However, Li Jing soon found out about this temple and burned it down because he was still angry at Nezha and felt that he had already caused too much trouble for their family.

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Nezha was later brought back to life by his teacher, Taiyi Zhenren, who used lotus roots to construct a human body for his soul and gave him two new weapons: the Wind Fire Wheels and the Fire-tipped Spear .

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Nezha has frequently appeared in Chinese mythology and ancient Chinese literature such as Fengshen Yanyi, although the story of Nezha Conquering the Sea is the most well known among Chinese households.

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In Journey to the West, Nezha was a general under his father, "Pagoda-wielding Heavenly King" Li Jing.

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Nezha made some appearances in the novel to help the four protagonists defeat powerful demons including his adoptive sister, Lady Earth Flow.

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Nezha is featured as a character in the 2020 TV series Lego Monkie Kid.

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Nezha is a playable character in Koei Tecmo's crossover series Warriors Orochi.

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Nezha is a collectible character in Netmarble's mobile RPG Seven Knights where the character, while depicted as female, retains much of Nezha's mythos and characteristics.

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Nezha is a summonable Astromon in the Korean creature capture game Monster Super League developed by 4:33 and Creative Labs.

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Nezha is a summonable character in the Japanese LGBT+ Mobile Game Tokyo Afterschool Summoners developed by Lifewonders.

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Nezha is often regarded as the patron god of children and filial piety.

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