Two monks from a remote region who set out on a journey together. Bai Hu, master of the White Tiger Fist, and Zhu Que, master of the Blood Phoenix Fist, were both born to families who have long practiced martial arts competitively. As rivals in the self-defense world, Hu and Que were chosen for their talents and pit against each other since infancy by their respective families. Although they were far too young to understand the implications, they are said to have accepted each other as rivals without hesitation.
A duo of monks who practice the White Tiger and Blood Phoenix Fists. Bai Hu and Zhu Que had been rivals since infancy until a fateful meeting changed their lives. When they were invited to a feast at the house of a certain navy admiral, they were both captivated by the lovely appearance of the admiral's son. Power, he gently told them, was something that they should use to help those who lack it. These words are said to have struck a chord with Hu and Que.
A duo of wandering monks. Having taken the admiral's son's words to heart, Bai Hu and Zhu Que left their feuding families behind and set off on a journey together. They helped many people in need during their travels, and also grew as martial artists. After reaching a certain village they learned that their hometown had been caught in a political struggle, and decided to return home fearing for the life of the young man who had changed their lives.