This is a historical martial arts legendary drama mainly tells the Honorable heroic story of Wu Song. It is adapted from one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature the Water Margin.After five years martial study in Shaolin Temple, on his way home Wu Song passes Jingyang Ridge and slayed the fierce man-eating tiger there. Wu Song makes his name for the heroic deed and he is offered the post of a chief constable in Yanggu County. By coincidence, he meets his elder brother Wu Dalang. Wu Dalang brought his brother home and introduced his wife Pan Jinlian. Pan tried to seduce the handsome Wu Song but Song did not fall for her. Later Wu Song left on official business and came back only to find his brother dead. Wu discovered that Pan Jinlian had committed adultery with Ximen Qing and they murdered his brother with poison. He confronted his sister-in-law and her lover and killed them. Then, he went to the county office to surrender himself and was exiled to Mengzhou where met Shi En. Shi treated Wu Song well and Wu Song decided to repay Shi's kindness. Wu Song confronted Jiang Meng Sen, a hooligan who took over Shi En's restaurant after beating him up. Jiang was furious after being beaten up and he ganged up with Governor Zhang to frame Wu Song. Wu Song was charged with theft and exiled again. The guards escorting him were bribed to finish him off. However, Wu Song had sensed the plot earlier and went back to Mengzhou and killed Governor Zhang and Jiang Meng Sen. Before fleeing from Mengzhou, Zhang Qing and Sun Erniang help to disguise him as a wandering Buddhist pilgrim to aid his escape. Wu Song went to Erlong Mountain to join Lu Zhishen, and later joined the heroes band after the battle of Qingzhou. He became one of the leaders of the heroes band. Wu Song followed the heroes band on their campaigns against the Imperial Army, Liao Tartars and southern rebels, making great contributions.