Na Zhou, Leader of ImmortalsNa Zhou is known for his mischief and ability to make things happen one way or another. He makes sure you gain results, leadership abilities and the talent needed for progress. The myth of Na Zhou is very interesting because he is portrayed as a young boy getting into a lot of trouble but always doing the right thing in the end. Ultimately, through his actions and ability to get the job done, he was honored the titles of: First Leader of the 36 Immortals and the Guardian of the Gates of Heaven.
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