Liu Yunfei lived at one point
in 800 A.D. with his wife. Desiring to gain more power, he made a deal
with a being calling himself "The Dark Emperor" and apparently becomes
immortal due to an evil entity. However, he went insane and berserk until
he was sealed in a boulder by his students, Enja
A millennium later, he is freed due to the entity leaving him to possess
someone else. Wanting to redeem himself, he tracks down the entity's source
with intents to exorcise it. In his ending, the entity is found in Gaoh
and it begins to overwhelm its host. In order to help Gaoh, Yunfei takes
possession of the monster's body and urges the free Gaoh to slay the demon.
He is struck down and is reunited with his wife (presumably in heaven).
Yunfei takes most of his mannerisms
from typical wuxia traits. Parallel to other wuxia borrowing some
elements from real-life martial arts, his fighting style is a rough deviation
of the Wing Chun martial arts. He also possesses the ability to fly.
Shodown 5 Special, Samurai Shodown 6, Card Fighters Clash
He looks like a character
right out of a classic Chinese kung fu flick... and he's even got all the "high
flying" moves to back it up. He's a unique type of character to the Samurai Shodown
series and represents the Chinese broadsword rather well, but in my opinion
his animations and overall move-set could've been done better. He's slightly
uninspiring as a design, considering the original cast of the series.