or Fu Hsi (Chinese: 伏羲; pinyin: fúxī; aka Paoxi (庖牺; 庖犧; páoxī)) The first of the Three Sovereigns (三皇 sānhuáng) of ancient China, and a great Master reputed to have emerged from a virgin birth.
"Once a giant footprint appeared by Thunder Marsh. A girl named Hua Xu stepped in it and later gave birth to Fu Xi." - Taiping Yulan
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