Liu Menglong

Liu Menglong

Liu Menglong(刘梦龙) is a character in the epic Chinese tale, the "Water Margin".

Liu Menglong got his name when his mother dreamt of a dragon in her sleep while she was pregnant and gave birth to him shortly afterwards. She named him 'Menglong', as 'Menglong' is literally translated as 'Dream Dragon' in Chinese.

Liu featured in various parts of the novel, but rose to prominence in chapters 78-80 in the 5th imperial assault on Liangshan, serving as the chief naval commander for Gao Qiu's forces, of which a massive fleet had been commissioned to defeat the Liangshan rebels once and for all. The assault failed and all of Liu's troops died or captured; Liu was captured and released, but eventually executed by Gao for his failure and also due to him being obsolete as he had no more troops to command.


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