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Gunma the Starblade was a powerful swordsman and one of the original Eight Masters.
History[edit | edit source]
Gunma hailed from the famed Silverfrost Clan that learned their legendary sword techniques by observing Jiwan the Righteous Blade herself. He was described as a master of very few words but treated his students well. He knew Jinsoyun during her days as Jiwan's pupil. Jinsoyun helped Gunma select a special charm with a red string for Gunma's father.
He joined the Eight Masters in their quest to find the last remaining of the Four Guardians. Like the other masters, he was disheartened to learn that Hong Sokyun was already dead by the time they arrived at Heaven's Reach. Just as the masters were about to disband, Madun comes forth with a vision that the last surviving Hongmoon student would be their best chance at defeating the oncoming darkness.
He joins the Eight Masters in waiting at the Cave of Mastery for the hero to arrive.
First Arc[edit | edit source]
Gunma waits with the other Eight Masters for nearly a week in the Cave of Mastery. The other masters express their annoyance that Madun's vision may be incorrect, however, just as they are about to leave, the hero comes crashing through the cave ceiling. Gunma joins the Eight Masters in using their Chi to free up the hero's corrupted Chi. He moves with the masters to the Cave of Judgement where the hero, should they be a Blade Master, will speak with Gunma about the tests they must accomplish.
== Second Arc ==
It is revealed by Ku Yang that Gunma before his time of death still believed Jinsoyun deserved a second chance even though she has committed several atrocities before her resurrection.