Sword technique.  Also known as Zhong Shan’s Sword of Wind and Rain.  Also noted as the Wind and Rain of Eight Directions (Movements?).

The most powerful point of this sword technique was that it could concentrate the wind and rain into one single point and attack the most fragile part of the enemy.

The technique was transcibed in the form of a Taoist debate on the fourth Yu Hua Scroll.


  • First Movement is known as Rising Flurry or Lifting Earth.
  • ??? Movement is known as Rain's Welcome.
  • Eighth Movement is known as Hug the Rains. It wis a retreating move, a defensive move. The move with most dense defense in the Wind and Rain Sword of Mountain Zhong.