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|“||Master Black Tortoise. Always puts the needs of others above his own. He was the most selfless of all the Four Constellations. One time he even stopped a meteor from hitting the Earth... using only his chi.||”|
|—Po, Blue Dragon Plays with Fire|
Fighting style and abilities
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- Black Tortoise is the only member of the Four Constellations to lack critical aspect from the description in the actual mythology; Black Tortoise, as a god, is associated with a snake. Occasionally, Black Tortoise has a head of a dragon, or associates with a dragon instead of a serpent.
- In Chinese mythology, Black Tortoise is regarded as the most powerful, most ancient, most spiritual, and most worshipped of the Four Constellations because of what the deity symbolizes including within Wu Xing, and was because later related to a god Xuanwu in Taoism, and the deity is the only member of the constellations being regarded as a war god (as Xuanwu). In Buddhism, a bodhisattva Myōken is in the place of Xuanwu.
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