|Reputation Factions in World of Warcraft|
|Darnassus · Exodar · Gilneas · Gnomeregan
Ironforge · Stormwind · Tushui Pandaren
|Bilgewater Cartel · Darkspear Trolls · Huojin Pandaren · Orgrimmar
Silvermoon City · Thunder Bluff · Undercity
|Main leader||Aysa Cloudsinger|
|Base of operations||West of Eastern Earthshrine, Stormwind City|
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As their name suggests, these pandaren follow the path of the Tushui, which is one of the two primary philosophies among the pandaren of the Wandering Isle, and encourages living a venerable life through meditation, rigorous training, and moral conviction. Those pandaren who uphold the tenets of Tushui are drawn to the Alliance due to their similar philosophies, and are represented and led by the stalwart .
The Tushui pandaren are contemplative, focused on abstract ideals of justice and morality, and believe and that a principled life is the only one worth living.
Aysa Cloudsinger is a follower of the path of Tushui who believes in living a venerable life through meditation, rigorous training, and moral conviction. Graceful and poised, Aysa has attained impeccable form and a refined intellect through diligent practice. To Aysa, to follow the way of Tushui is to defend what is right above all else. She believes that success in any endeavor never justifies dishonorable deeds. While the Alliance contains a diverse mix of cultures, Aysa is attracted to the high ideals and values that cement the Alliance together.
After the defeat of Garrosh Hellscream, Aysa continues to serve as the leader of the Tushui Pandaren, and serves as the Alliance Liaison during the trial of Garrosh Hellscream.
The Tushui philosophy
"Discipline is not a war that is won. It is a battle, constantly fought." - Master Feng
The way of the Tushui is one of a principled life. Followers of this discipline believe there is a moral certainty to the world: one correct path of right and wrong. These Values are immutable, and must be preserved no matter what the cost. Even if it means self sacrifice, or painful losses in the pursuit of a higher ideal.
Tushui (土水, Tǔshuǐ) is Chinese for "earth and water."