|The Lord of Death and Leader of the 5th Court of Feng-Du, the Chinese Hell|
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Yen Lo Wang Chinese MythologyThe Chinese model of Yama, having been at first King of the 1st Court of Hell, but Heaven charged him of excessive leniency.
Too many souls were traversing the Golden Bridge to Heaven and it was becoming crowded.
To stop spiritual over population, the Jade-Emperor set Qin-Guang-Wang accountable for Judgment and designated Yen-Lo-Wang to the 5th Hell of Wailing, Gouging and Boiling.
When there he designed something to make souls especially miserable, so everybody was happy once again. Except for the souls, of course.
Like a God of some significance,Â Yen Lo Wang is greater than just a trader of cooking oil. He rules across the whole ofÂ Feng-Du and has a crew of deadly colleagues.
His filing system contains the records of each and every soul, including their designated death date. Monkey once paid him a visit and wreaked chaos, but we imagine security and safety has been tightened up since that time ...]