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Jiang Jing was a scholar who failed to become a judge because of the corrupted administration of the Bei Song Dynasty. He hated the unfair system, and was forced to make a living by becoming a fortuneteller. After he joined Liang Shan, he was given the last name of the 'Magic Predictor'.
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