Depending on the different volumes of Water Margin (i.e. 100, 70, or 120-volume publications), the characters in the work are described differently as heroes or villains by the storyteller, except for Song Jiang. Unlike other characters, Song Kang’’s personality is clearly set with the word, righteousness, in the Personalities of the Story of Water Margin. This is because of the ‘Personalities’ of the game in the Personalities of the Story of Water Margin. Through Ju Tong, Hua Rong, and Li Kui, the description of the game in the work reflects the value and ethics of the times. Also, Shi Jin, Li jun, and Guan Sheng reveal the originality of Chen Hongshou in the text of Water Margin, and Gao Dasao, Wan Xiaoqi, and Lei heng have readers understand making a relationship and communication. And via the performance of the game, the characters around Song Jiang in the work imprint different individualities from the storyteller’s viewpoint in readers’ minds. Interestingly, the figures of the ten characters in the Personalities of the Story of Water Margin look at different places. Not only the lines of sight, but also the ways they are facing at are not fixed or clear. The captions of the character drawings also have various perspectives, meaning that it is not a coincidence that the relationships, for example between one character and the society, the character and another character, the character and the drawer, and the character and readers, are linked to each other. The numerous viewpoints of the Personalities of the Story of Water Margin, which are not fixed on just one person, can be regarded as an effort to make the readers figure out a situation from various angles and positions. Through the captions of the character drawings in the work, Chen Hongshou is linked with the characters and the game performers, and shows his way of understanding towards Water Margin’s characters.