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Which fairy spells in Journey to the West are better than Sun Wukong? Who is the "strongest"?

Today, the interesting history editor will bring to you what fairy tales in Journey to the West are better than Sun Wukong ? I hope it can be helpful to everyone.

In "Journey to the West", whoever of the four monks and masters of Tang Dynasty is the strongest, everyone will blurt out Sun Wukong. Indeed, as Tang Seng's chief disciple, Sun Wukong's strength really deserves the word "the strongest". But, we do n’t talk about Sun Wukong today, let ’s talk about the monster in “Journey to the West” who is the best!

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Ox devil

At first, it was suggested that it was the ox demon king. In the whole book, the ox demon king can be regarded as being able to compete with Sun Wukong without relying on those magical magic weapons, and he has some fate with Sun Wukong. When the four monks and apprentices crossed the Flame Mountain, he had a fight with Sun Wukong. The two played for one day and one night, and they were evenly matched. No one took any advantage. From this perspective, the Demon King seems to be the strongest, but one thing is that the Devil King's guts are not good. After encountering Nezha 's diamond circle, the Demon King immediately persuaded. If it is said to be strong, the Devil King is definitely strong. If it is said to be "the strongest", the Devil King is really not up to the mark.

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Qing Niu Jing

Others have suggested that the strongest should be Qingniu Jing, but we have to consider one issue. Qing Niu Jing is not strong in himself, but in his King Kong Zhuo. It was this Vajrayana who took Sun Wukong's weapons, and even the Tota King and his sons who came to help him and the weapons of the gods were not spared. But, if he does n’t have that weapon, then Sun Wukong will clean up him. Therefore, he cannot be regarded as the strongest monster.

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Golden-winged Roc

Then someone will say here, who is the strongest monster in Journey to the West? The answer is the Golden-winged Roc. First of all, the background of the roc bird is much stronger than other monsters in Journey to the West. In the past, when Buddha Buddha practiced in the past, he was swallowed into the stomach by a peacock born by the phoenix, or it was only when Rilai broke through the peacock's back to escape the birth. Under the persuasion of the Buddhas, not only did he not kill it, Think of it as your own mother.

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to sum up

The Roc bird and the peacock are both born of the Phoenix, and their status is naturally self-evident. Moreover, the magic power of Dapeng Bird itself is very high, and Sun Wukong fought him for hundreds of round trips and could not beat him. Sun Wukong's somersault cloud is eighteen thousand miles , and the flight of the Dapeng bird's wings is nine thousand miles, and Sun Wukong cannot escape. He even went to Xitian to ask other Buddhas for help. In the end, Buddha came to the horse to surrender it. It can be seen that Dapeng Bird is the strongest monster in Journey to the West. So why didn't Dapeng Bird dare to eat Tang Seng's meat? At that time, Dapeng Bird said to Bai Xiangjing at the time: "Tang Seng must take it out on a cloudy day, and eat it carefully." Peng was able to describe Tang Seng's meat in such detail that it shows that he has some experience. The reason why he didn't dare to eat Tang monks, because he knew that if Tang monks were eaten now, then the plan would be lost if he learned the lessons, and his position of protecting the golden body would be endangered!

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