Zhang Qing (Featherless Arrow)

Zhang Qing (Featherless Arrow)

Zhang Qing (Featherless Arrow)

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For the other Water Margin character of the same name, see Zhang Qing .
Zhang Qing is a fictional character in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. He ranks 16th of the 36 Heavenly Spirits of the 108 Liangshan heroes and is nicknamed "Featherless Arrow".


The Water Margin describes Zhang Qing as having a waist like a wolf's, arms like those of an ape's and a body like a tiger's. He has a handsome and energetic appearance and is very agile in battle. He is a native of Zhangde (present-day Anyang, Henan), and is first introduced in the novel as a military general from Dongchang. Zhang Qing's famous "flying stones" technique earns him the nickname "Featherless Arrow".

When the Liangshan outlaws attack Dongchang, the prefect sends Zhang Qing to lead Dongchang's army to counter the attack. Zhang Qing wins the first battle by injuring Hao Siwen with his flying stones. Song Jiang leads the other outlaws to reinforce Lu Junyi. In the subsequent battles, Zhang Qing injures Liangshan's Xu Ning, Yan Shun, Han Tao, Peng Qi, Xuan Zan, Huyan Zhuo, Liu Tang, Yang Zhi, Zhu Tong, Lei Heng and Suo Chao with his flying stones. Liu Tang is captured after his defeat. The only two Liangshan heroes who manage to put up a fight against Zhang Qing's flying stones are Guan Sheng and Dong Ping, due to their quick reflexes. Guan Sheng succeeds in defending himself from the stones with his weapon but is unable to...
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