He fights with the real Sun Wukong and neither of them is able to overcome his opponent. No one is able to differentiate between the real and the fake Sun Wukong until the two appear before the Buddha, who tells them about the four spiritual primates. The Six Eared Macaque attempts to flee when he hears the Buddha speak about his true identity but the Buddha traps him under a giant golden alms bowl. The macaque is then killed by Sun Wukong. In the early chapters of the novel, he becomes sworn brothers with Sun Wukong and five other demon kings.
He appears again in a later chapter when the protagonists arrive at the Flaming Mountains along their journey. In the ensuing fight against Sun Wukong and Zhu Bajie, Bull Demon King reveals his true form, a giant white bull, and attempts to charge towards his opponents. Her true form is a vixen. She is killed by Zhu Bajie. It is taken away by Sun Wukong. Sun Wukong uncovers the truth when he and his companions arrive in Jisai. The dragon king and his family are eventually killed by Sun Wukong and Zhu Bajie.
Sun Wukong enlists the help of celestial forces to deal with the demons. The Nine Headed Bug has one of his heads bitten off by Erlang Shen 's celestial hound but manages to escape. She is slain by Zhu Bajie. Their respective forms are a sheatfish and a blackfish respectively. Sun Wukong discovers them while cleaning the pagoda and captures them. Their true forms are a pine tree, a cedar tree, a juniper tree and a bamboo tree respectively.
Tang Sanzang encounters them in the temple and discusses poetry with them.
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Sun Wukong sees through their disguise and tells Zhu Bajie when the latter asks him if he detects any demons in the vicinity. Zhu Bajie then destroys all the trees. Tang Sanzang is shocked and he scolds Zhu Bajie for killing innocents because the spirits never harmed him, but Sun Wukong explains that it is best to eliminate the spirits now in case they become evil in the future. He creates a fake Leiyin Temple and impersonates the Buddha while his minions disguise themselves as the Buddha's followers. Tang Sanzang, Zhu Bajie and Sha Wujing fall for his ruse as they mistakenly believe that they have reached their destination, and are captured by him.
Sun Wukong escapes later and brings various divine forces to help him counter the demon but Yellow Brows uses the Human Sack to trap all the reinforcements. At the critical moment, Maitreya shows up and suggests to Sun Wukong to transform into a watermelon. The unsuspecting Yellow Brows eats the watermelon and Sun Wukong causes agony to the demon inside his stomach.
Yellow Brows surrenders and is eventually taken back by Maitreya. He is armed with a pair of spears. His true form is a giant python with red scales and glowing eyes. He has eaten many people and animals living in that area.
He meets his end when Sun Wukong enters his body and breaks out of his stomach. Sun Wukong uses tricks to steal the bells from Sai Tai Sui and then uses them against the demon. The demon is eventually subdued and taken back by Guanyin. As their names suggest, their true forms are spiders. Tang Sanzang stumbles upon their thatched hut while begging for alms and tries to leave after suspecting that they are demons. However, it is too late as the demons emit spider silk from their navels and spin a web to trap Tang Sanzang. They are defeated by Sun Wukong later and have no choice but to release Tang Sanzang.
The spiders are later squashed to death by Sun Wukong. He has a thousand eyes that radiate brilliant golden light to confuse his enemies and victims. He is the seven spider demons' senior and disguises himself as a Taoist. The spiders approach him for help in taking revenge after their defeat at the hands of Sun Wukong. He offers the protagonists poisoned drinks when they stop for a rest at his temple but Sun Wukong sees through his ruse. He seizes Tang Sanzang and holds him hostage, while Sun Wukong captures the seven spiders. He refuses to exchange Tang Sanzang for his juniors and Sun Wukong kills the spiders in anger.
The three are:. He is armed with a bronze saber. He is capable of transforming himself into several times bigger or smaller than his normal size. It is said that he once showed up uninvited at a peach feast hosted by the Queen Mother of the West and wanted to fight for the rulership of Heaven.
The Jade Emperor sent , celestial troops to capture the demon, who turned into a giant monster and devoured the entire army in one gulp. The Azure Lion swallows Sun Wukong, who causes trouble inside his stomach. The Lion then pretends to agree to open his mouth and let Sun Wukong out, but intends to bite him to death when he comes out.
However, Sun Wukong sticks out his weapon instead and the demon breaks his teeth after biting on the staff. Sun Wukong later creates a long rope, ties it around the demon's heart and plays with it after leaving the demon's stomach. The Azure Lion is eventually subdued and taken back by Manjusri. He appears as a giant with an elephant-like face, and is armed with a spear. He has a long nose capable of trapping enemies and crushing them.
While fighting with Zhu Bajie, he uses his nose to wrap around him and capture him. He is eventually subdued and taken back by Samantabhadra. After a while, the victim trapped inside the flask will be reduced to a bloody mash. He uses the flask to trap Sun Wukong but the latter breaks out and the flask is rendered useless because its essence has been spilt.
The demon is later revealed to be actually a brother of the peacock Mahamayuri the Buddha 's godmother , as both of them were born to the Fenghuang. The Buddha shows up to subdue the demon and take him back to Vulture Peak. He stole his master's staff and escaped into the human world. The king gradually falls sick under the demons' influence, and the white deer lies that the hearts of 1, children are required to make a cure. The king then issues an order to capture 1, children and imprison them in cages.
When the protagonists arrive in Biqiu, the white deer tells the king that Tang Sanzang's heart is the best cure so the king orders Tang Sanzang to be arrested. Sun Wukong saves the children and exposes the demons' true forms. She was captured by Li Jing and Nezha , and was supposed to be killed, but the Buddha told them to spare her life, and she was so grateful that she acknowledged Li Jing as her godfather and Nezha as her godbrother.
She is armed with a pair of swords. Tang Sanzang takes pity on her and lets her accompany them to a nearby temple, but Sun Wukong sees through her cover. She ate six monks in the temple and captures Tang Sanzang when Sun Wukong and the others are distracted. Sun Wukong finds out her true identity later and brings Li Jing and Nezha to subdue her and take her back to Heaven.
He has already killed 9, monks when the protagonists arrive in Miefa. To evade trouble, the protagonists disguise themselves as horse traders and hide in a big cupboard in an inn. However, that night, the cupboard is stolen by thieves but is recovered by the authorities and brought to the court. Sun Wukong cast sleeping spells on the royal household and officials and shaved their heads. The next morning, the king wakes up and is shocked to see that he, his family members, and his subjects are bald, just like Buddhist monks.
He is less powerful than other demons in the novel, but is considered one of the wittiest. Sun Wukong infiltrates his lair and casts a sleeping spell on the demon and his minions and saves Tang Sanzang.
The demon is slain by Zhu Bajie just as he awakes, and his true form is revealed to be a leopard with mugwort-shaped patterns on its body. The boy in charge of looking after the lion once secretly drank a special potion and fell asleep for three days in Heaven equivalent to three years in the human world.
The lion seizes the opportunity to escape. The lion demons living around that area revere him as their grand ancestor. The Nine Headed Lion is different from most other demons in the novel in a sense that it neither harms humans nor seeks to taste Tang Sanzang's flesh. He is angered when he learns that his god-grandson, the Tawny Lion Demon, has been killed by Sun Wukong, and wants to take revenge.
He is eventually subdued by Taiyi Jiuku Tianzun and taken back to Heaven. He is a god-grandson of the Nine Headed Lion. Although he does not harm humans and shows no interest in tasting Tang Sanzang's flesh, his avarice ultimately leads to disaster for him. Sun Wukong and his companions attack his cave and slaughter him and his minions to take back their weapons. His death is the catalyst for the conflict between the protagonists and the Nine Headed Lion. They honour the Nine Headed Lion as their grand ancestor. They are captured by Sun Wukong and his companions and executed.
They are armed with a battleaxe, a broadsword, and a rattan staff respectively. Their true forms are rhinoceroses.
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They disguise themselves as buddhas and steal aromatic oil from lamps on a bridge, tricking worshippers into believing that the "buddhas" have accepted the oil offered to them. When Tang Sanzang goes to pay respects to the "buddhas", the demons capture him and flee. Sun Wukong and company try to save their master but are outnumbered by the demons and their minions, so they seek help from celestial forces. The rabbit escapes into the human world to take revenge against Su'e. She kidnaps the princess of India and impersonates her. She meets Tang Sanzang when he passes by India on his journey, and wants to marry him so that she can absorb his yang essence and increase her powers.
Sun Wukong sees through her disguise and fights with her.
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Just as Sun Wukong is about to defeat the Jade Rabbit, Chang'e shows up, stops him and takes the rabbit back to the Moon. He was forced out of his underwater residence by the King of Spiritual Touch.
Sun Wukong brings Guanyin to subdue and take away the demon. He feels so grateful to the protagonists for helping him take back his home that he ferries them across the li river on his back. Before moving on, Tang Sanzang promises to help the turtle ask the Buddha when he will be able to transform into a human. The Stiehl Assassin.
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