“Li Yun” is a fictional character in the classic Chinese novel “The Water Margin.” He is one of the 108 outlaws who gather at Liangshan Marsh, and is known for his bravery and fighting skills.
In the novel, Li Yun is described as a tall and sturdy man with a long beard. He is one of the first members to join the outlaw band and quickly becomes one of their most trusted leaders. Li Yun is skilled in both martial arts and strategy, and is often called upon to lead the Liangshan forces in battles against the enemy.
Despite his tough exterior, Li Yun is also known for his compassion and sense of justice. He is one of the most respected members of the Liangshan community, and is admired by both his fellow outlaws and the people of the surrounding villages.
In the course of the novel, Li Yun takes part in many of the major battles and adventures that the Liangshan outlaws undertake, including the campaigns against the powerful and corrupt government officials, the rescue of the captive Song Jiang, and the eventual incorporation of the Liangshan outlaws into the imperial army to serve the Song dynasty.
Throughout “The Water Margin,” Li Yun is depicted as a loyal and honorable warrior who fights for justice and the well-being of his fellow outlaws and the common people. He is a beloved character in the novel and is remembered for his courage and dedication to his cause.