Appearance & PersonalityEdit
In his old age Dokgo had a slightly unkempt look about him. He had long wild grey hair, a grey flowing beard with Fu Manchu moustache and long grey eyebrows. His nails were long and uncut and he had a generally absent-minded expression on his face. He wore simple garbs and covered himself with a brown cloak. In his prime, he had an imposing appearance with long flowing grey hair, a thick grey well-kept Hollywoodian beard and moustache and a generally dominating expression on his face. At this time, he wore traditional dress with a primarily blue colouration.
Dokgo had seemingly gone senile in his old age and the only thing he could focus on was training his disciple to be able to exact revenge on the ones who betrayed him. He often forgot things and would constantly re-tell his story to Gang Ryong. Gang Ryong also implied that he made an agreement with his master not to use his martial arts to kill.
Dokgo Ryong was once the supreme overlord of the chaotic murim. He and his followers, the Heavenly Destruction Sect, terrorised the entire murim and once ruled much of the land. But, he suddenly disappeared without a trace and the Heavenly Destruction Sect disbanded as a result. What actually happened was that the Four Heavenly Kings betrayed him and attempted to assassinate him. However he survived and found another disciple to inherit his supreme martial arts.
At some point during his reign as the Supreme Overlord, Dogko Ryong sought out and found Sa Paecheon, the Devil of the Venom Hands. Fighting the legendary gosu, Dogko Ryong ceased the fight once he realised that Sa Paecheon was nursing an injury. Mentioning that they should fight once he had recovered, Sa Paecheon attacked Dogko Ryong from behind, inciting the Heavenly Destroyer to subdue him.
He was introduced telling the story of his history and how he was betrayed by four of his followers to Gang Ryong. Gang feigned interest, having heard the story countless times before. Dokgo then asked Gang what he'd do once he'd killed them and, after saying the 'wrong' answer, Gang said he'd rebuild the Heavenly Destruction Sect.
At some point afterwards, Dokgo finally passed away.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
He was once known as the supreme overlord and was referred to as the Heavenly Destroyer, a title which boasted fearsome power. Having created and mastered the twelve Divine Heavenly Destruction Techniques, he was unmatched and it took the efforts of four of his own disciples, the Four Heavenly Kings, trying to assassinate him to take him down. He was also able to take on and overwhelm Sa Paecheon, a man renowned for being the strongest of the old murim.
Notes & TriviaEdit
- Sa Paecheon heavily implied that Dogko Ryong transferred all of the inner ki he had accumulated in life over to his disciple, which ultimately shortened his life.
- He trained the Four Heavenly Kings in the Divine Heavenly Destruction Techniques martial arts, creating four gosu that were considered monsters. All four were considered possible successors as a result. Mak Sapyeong has wondered whether Dogko Ryong's fifth "monster" would be as good as or better than the original four.
- Doko Yong (LINE)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Prologue
- ↑ Chapter 73 — Gang Ryong apologising, saying that he would have to kill Sa Paecheon because the man was too strong.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Chapter 76
- ↑ Chapter 77
|Baekma Valley||Dang Gan • Gha Woobok • Hwang Gyu • Jin Garyeong • Soh Jinhong • Yang Jeonghak|
|Heavenly Destruction Sect||Dokgo Ryong • Gwi Yeong • Mak Sapyeong|
|Naeseonhyang||Gwi Yeong • Wang Eungi|
|Paelim Hall||Sa Paecheon|
|Pungjin Sect||Doh Gyeol • Doh Gyeom • Doh Gyeom's uncle|
|White Skulls||Wang Ahk|
|Unaffiliated||Gang Ryong • Goo Hwi • Myo Cheong • Sa Jun|
|Humans||Heuk Lan • Myeongjeong • Song Chohyang • Song Yerin|