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Land Tong-Nou
Location Tong-nou (Central Mountain)
Ming-ken (via emblem)
Shi-chieng (via emblem)
Yui-wang (via emblem)
Ping-chao (via emblem)
Role King, Advisor

Tou-gyou is the king of Tong-nou. He was sealed by the other four kings so his power could be harnessed. Tou-gyou's image is engraved in each of the five lands, conversing with these engravings will deliver hints about the area. After unsealing the Central Mountain, Rin must talk to each engraving to recieve the Katana Gems. When all Katana Gems have been acquired, Rin can acquire the Katana of Five Forces and use it to release Tou-gyou.

Engraving locations

Central Mountain

On the stairs after unsealing the gate. This is where he gives Rin the Katana of Five Forces.

Land of Desire

On the wall behind King-gyou.

Land of Dreaming

On the wall inside Ping-chao, directly greets the player at the entrance.

Land of Life

On the ground after taking the left path, then the right, then going forward.

Land of Time

On the ground, below the side of the Fire Tower where the player is facing when they come in.



  • Tou-gyou can be contacted through the Computer.
  • Clicking above an engraving's eyes will cause it to say "My name is Tou-gyou. I am held in captivity here. When your mission has been accomplished, I will be released."
    • Oddly, this does not work in the Palace of Dreaming, because the hitbox is a layer below the regular hitbox where he says a hint.
Eastern Mind Characters
Reincarnations RinByouTouShaKaiJinRetsuZenGyou
Land of Life Moku-gyou & Moku-gyou's partnerZoh-gaeru FamilyTabelinai
Land of Desire King-gyouChi-fangPu-ryaoShow-miNai-naiTake-yaccoTwei-tweiLong-ri & Long-yuiRotating Boulder
Land of Time Ka-gyouYing & YangGa-showT.B.C.
Land of Dreaming Sui-gyouAh & UngMong-iMong-aruZuo-mongPang-xie
Central Mountain Tou-gyouTwins from Tong-Nou (Bibo & PipoBabebu & BabeboJido & JizoDadezu & Zazezu)
Phantom Marketplace Mai-chiu
Every Land A-mong Family (Ichi-a-mongNi-a-mongSan-a-mongYo-a-mongGoh-a-mong) • Fang-shing