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Kimi to, nami ni noretara movie maker. Kimi to nami ni noretara movie times. 吼吼我又要哭了. Kimi to, nami ni noretara movie page. YouTube saberbutterfly. Kimi to, nami ni noretara movies. This article is about the Chinese official of the Eastern Han dynasty and Three Kingdoms period. For the Xin dynasty leader, see Wang Lang (Xin dynasty. For the Bangkok neighbourhood, see Wang Lang Market. Wang Lang 王朗 Minister over the Masses (司徒) In office January or February 227 – December 228 Monarch Cao Rui Preceded by Hua Xin Succeeded by Dong Zhao Minister of Works (司空) In office 11 December 220 – January or February 227 Monarch Cao Pi Succeeded by Chen Qun Grandee Secretary (御史大夫) in Cao Pi's vassal kingdom) In office 6 April 220 – 11 December 220 Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Chancellor Cao Pi Grand Judge (大理) in Cao Cao's vassal kingdom) In office? –? Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Chancellor Cao Cao Minister of Imperial Ancestral Ceremonies (奉常) in Cao Cao's vassal kingdom) In office? –? Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Chancellor Cao Cao Minister Steward (少府) in Cao Cao's vassal kingdom) In office? –? Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Chancellor Cao Cao Administrator of Kuaiji (會稽太守) In office 192 – 196 Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Succeeded by Sun Ce Personal details Born Wang Yan (王嚴) Tancheng County, Shandong Died December 228 [a] Children Wang Su two other sons and one daughter Occupation Politician, warlord Courtesy name Jingxing (景興) Posthumous name Marquis Cheng (成侯) Peerage Marquis of Lanling (蘭陵侯) Wang Lang ( pronunciation ( help info. died December 228. a] 2] courtesy name Jingxing, was a Chinese politician and minor warlord who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. He later served in the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. Through his granddaughter's Wang Yuanji married with Sima Zhao, he was the great-grandfather of Sima Yan, the founding emperor of the Jin dynasty. Early life and career [ edit] Wang Lang was from Tan County (郯縣) Donghai Commandery (東海郡) which is around present-day Tancheng County, Shandong. His original given name was "Yan" 嚴) but he changed it to "Lang" 朗) later.  He started his career as a Palace Gentleman (郎中) due to his academic proficiency, particularly with the Chinese Classics. When his teacher Yang Ci (楊賜) died, he left his post and went back to his home county to mourn him. Later, he served Tao Qian, the Governor of Xu Province. During that time, he advised Tao Qian alongside several others to pledge allegiance to Emperor Xian, citing the Spring and Autumn Annals. Tao Qian then sent an envoy to the Han central government in Chang'an to pledge allegiance to the Emperor, and in return received the appointment "General Calming the East. The Han central government also appointed Wang Lang as the Administrator of Kuaiji Commandery. As a warlord [ edit] In Kuaiji Commandery, Wang Lang banned the worship of Qin Shi Huang, a widespread custom among locals, believing that he was a ruler without virtue.  During his tenure as the Administrator of Kuaiji, Wang formed a secret alliance with the Shanyue tribes. When the warlord Sun Ce started his Jiangdong campaign, Wang Lang financed the Shanyue leader Yan Baihu to fight Sun Ce, but Yan Baihu and the other Shanyue clan leaders lost to Sun Ce. At the time, Liu Yao, another warlord in the Jiangdong region, had also lost to Sun Ce in battle. Yan Baihu had become the head of a loose confederation composed of bandits and local officials, including Wang Lang, and he again gathered soldiers numbering tens of thousands. Despite opposition from his adviser Yu Fan, Wang Lang directly joined Yan Baihu in military operations against Sun Ce's forces, but they were defeated. He then escaped to Dongye (東冶. There, he gained the support from the Chief of Houguan (侯官長) and attempted to rebuild his power.  He also received support from Zhang Ya (張雅) a rebel leader who had a rather strong army. They succeeded in killing Han Yan (韓晏) the Commandant of the Southern Region (南部都尉) appointed by Sun Ce. However, they were ultimately defeated by He Qi, a general under Sun Ce. Wang Lang tried to go further south to Jiao Province to recuperate, but was caught up and defeated by Sun Ce.  He then conducted a very humble speech to appease Sun Ce, who later accepted his surrender. Service in Wei [ edit] Despite surrendering, Wang Lang entered into a self-imposed retirement from public life, refusing Zhang Zhao 's request to serve Sun Ce. Eventually he was contacted by one of Cao Cao 's spies and was asked to join Cao Cao in the new imperial capital, Xuchang, where the Han central government was based. Although he was initially hesitant, he became convinced after reading a letter from his old friend, Kong Rong, who praised Cao Cao and urged him to go to Xuchang. Thus, he travelled north and reached Xuchang about a year later. Cao Cao highly valued Wang Lang's talent and appointed him as Critical Grandee, and Advisor to the Army of the Excellency of Works. Wang Lang later served in key appointments in Cao Cao's vassal kingdom of Wei after the latter was enfeoffed as a vassal king by Emperor Xian, the last emperor of the Han dynasty.  In 220, after Cao Cao's death, his son Cao Pi became king, promoting Wang Lang as Censorate Grandee and enfeoffed him as Marquis of Yueping Village. Later that winter, the Emperor abdicated in favor of Cao Pi, who established the state of Cao Wei to replace the Han dynasty. After becoming the emperor, Cao Pi appointed Wang Lang as the Minister of Works and enfeoffed him as the Marquis of Anling Precinct. During Cao Pi's reign, Wang Lang made several suggestions regarding both military and civilian matters, such as security and the reduction of the state's employees and expenditures. In 226, when Cao Rui came to the throne, he promoted Wang Lang from a district marquis to a county marquis under the title "Marquis of Lanling" increasing his marquisate to 1, 700 taxable households, from his previous 1, 200. Wang Lang was later sent to Ye (in present-day Handan, Hebei) to visit the tomb of Empress Wenzhao, Cao Rui's mother. She had yet to be canonized as Empress at that point, so Wang Lang was given the tally and document that permitted him to do so, as well as the proper sacrificial animals for this. A special tomb was to be built for her as well. During his visit, he saw the populace was short on material; thus, he wrote to advise Cao Rui to be frugal, and to reduce the scale of the building of his extravagant palaces and ancestral temples. Wang Lang was later promoted to the position of Minister over the Masses. Late life and death [ edit] After Wang Lang objected to Cao Rui's palace-building project, he noticed that Cao Rui had a small imperial harem and wrote to Cao Rui stating that an emperor should have more concubines in order to continue the imperial bloodline with more offspring. This time, Cao Rui wholeheartedly agreed with Wang Lang and started expanding the size of his imperial harem. Wang's advice had a profound influence: Nine years after Wang Lang's death, Cao Rui even ordered beautiful married women all be formally seized unless their husbands were able to ransom them, and that they would be married to soldiers instead – except that the most beautiful among them would become his concubines. Despite protests from some officials, this decree was apparently carried out, much to the distress of his people. citation needed] Wang Lang later focused on academic works and had published several books that were well received at the time. He died in 228 and was given the posthumous title "Marquis Cheng" 成侯) literally meaning "marquis of establishment. b] He was succeeded by his son Wang Su, who continued serving as an official in Wei. In Romance of the Three Kingdoms [ edit] In the 14th-century historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Wang Lang died at the age of 76 in 228. Despite his age, he led a group of soldiers and set up camp to do battle with Zhuge Liang. In the novel, Cao Zhen was defeated by Zhuge Liang. Cao Zhen called for his subordinates to help, and Wang Lang decided to try and persuade him to surrender (even though Guo Huai was sceptical that it would succeed) and engaged Zhuge Liang in a debate, but was soundly defeated. Zhuge Liang among other things scolded him as a dog and a traitor, from the shock of which he fell off his horse and died on the spot. There is no record of this in history, and instead, it is said that he merely sent a letter to Zhuge Liang recommending that he surrender. The letter was ignored. Legacy [ edit] A famous story of Wang Lang was recorded in A New Account of the Tales of the World: Both Hua Xin and Wang Lang were fleeing in a boat. On person hoped to board, but Hua Xin was hesitant. Wang Lang said: Fortunately the boat is still spacious. Why not. Later, the bandits approached, and Wang wanted to abandon the person whom they took along. Hua Xin said: This is why I was originally hesitant. Now that we have accepted his entrustment of himself, can we abandon him because of emergency. Therefore they carried and saved him as before. This is how people determined who is better between Hua and Wang. — Volume 1. Virtuous Conduct, A New Account of the Tales of the World  See also [ edit] Lists of people of the Three Kingdoms Notes [ edit] a b Cao Rui's biography in the Sanguozhi recorded that Wang Lang died in the 11th month of the 2nd year of the Taihe era of Cao Rui's reign.  This month corresponds to 14 December 228 to 12 January 229 in the Gregorian calendar. ^ A person who helped to establish a regime or gave comfort to the civilians could be given the posthumous name "Cheng. Wang Lang qualified for the first provision due to his contributions to the establishment of the Cao Wei regime. The rules of assigning posthumous names are detailed in the Lost Book of Zhou.  References [ edit. 太和二年]十一月，司徒王朗薨.) Sanguozhi vol. 3. ^ de Crespigny (2007) p. 823. ^ 魏略曰：朗本名嚴，后改為朗.) Weilue annotation in Sanguozhi vol. 13. ^ 《朗家傳》曰：會稽舊祀秦始皇，刻木爲像，與夏禹同廟.朗到官，以爲無德之君不應見祀，於是除之.) Annotation in Sanguozhi vol. 13 by Pei Songzhi. ^ 時王朗奔東冶，侯官長商升為朗起兵.) Sanguozhi vol. 60... 王郎)欲走交州，為兵所逼，遂詣軍降.) Xiandi Chunqiu annotation in Sanguozhi vol. 13. ^ 魏國初建，以軍祭酒領魏郡太守，遷少府奉常大理.) Sanguozhi vol. 13. ^ 安民立政曰成.) Yizhoushu. ^ 華歆王朗俱乘船避難，有一人欲依附，歆輒難之.朗曰：「幸尚寬，何為不可？」後賊追至，王欲舍所攜人.歆曰：「本所以疑，正為此耳.既已納其自託，寧可以急相棄邪？」遂攜拯如初.世以此定華王之優劣. Chen, Shou (3rd century. Records of the Three Kingdoms ( Sanguozhi. de Crespigny, Rafe (2007. A biographical dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (23–220 AD. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-15605-0. Luo, Guanzhong (14th century. Romance of the Three Kingdoms ( Sanguo Yanyi. Pei, Songzhi (5th century. Annotations to Records of the Three Kingdoms ( Sanguozhi zhu.
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When I first watched the film, I thought the pacing was way too quick for me to actually understand what was going on. Although I will say that the fire fighter scenes were pretty intense regardless if they were only training or had to attend buildings that were on fire due to fireworks.
I understood this films backdrop involving the feeling of losing someone through drowning and honestly the ending was a near hard hitter for me. However I would have liked if the couples experience together was more in depth because as I said yet again, it was rather rushed. It didn't give much in depth either with the other guy who had a crush on her or if he was going for someone else. Since I'm not gonna say spoilers to telling you who's who, it's best to watch the film.
Animation wise, it was pretty alright. Not amazeballs but it was easy on the eyes at least.
As much as the film did offer a bit of emotion, it's not the ultimate worse or disappointment I've ever seen. However room for improvement is what it definitely definitely needs in terms of story pace development.
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Es hermoso voy a chillar con esta película. Kimi to nami ni noretara movie lyrics. Kimi to nami ni noretara movie free. Zhang Cheng 張承 Army Adviser (參軍) under Cao Cao) In office? – c. 215 Administrator of Zhao Commandery (趙郡太守) In office 213 – c. 215 Army Adviser and Libationer (參軍祭酒) under Cao Cao) In office 213 – c. 215 Counsellor Remonstrant (諫議大夫) In office 208 – 213 Monarch Emperor Xian of Han Chancellor Cao Cao Commandant of Yique (伊闕都尉) In office? – 190 Monarch Emperor Ling of Han / Emperor Xian of Han Consultant (議郎) In office? –? Monarch Emperor Ling of Han Personal details Born Unknown Huojia County, Henan Died c. 215  Xi'an, Shaanxi Relations Zhang Xin (grandfather) Zhang Fan (brother) Zhang Zhao (brother) Children Zhang Jian Father Zhang Yan Occupation Official Courtesy name Gongxian (公先) Zhang Cheng (died c. 215) courtesy name Gongxian, was an official serving under the warlord Cao Cao during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China.  Life [ edit] Zhang Cheng was born in the Eastern Han dynasty in Xiuwu County (脩武縣) Henei Commandery (河內郡) which is present-day Huojia County, Henan. His grandfather, Zhang Xin (張歆) served as Minister over the Masses (司徒) in the Han imperial court, while his father, Zhang Yan (張延) served as Grand Commandant (太尉. 2] He had an elder brother, Zhang Fan, who was as equally well-known as him. Unlike Zhang Fan, who turned down invitations to serve in the Han government, 3] Zhang Cheng accepted an offer to become a government official after he was nominated on grounds of virtuous conduct. He started out as a Consultant (議郎) and was later promoted to Commandant of Yique (伊闕都尉. 4] In 189, 5] after the warlord Dong Zhuo seized control of the Han central government and held the figurehead Emperor Xian hostage, Zhang Cheng wanted to gather like-minded people to rise up against Dong Zhuo's tyranny and overthrow him. At the time, Zhang Zhao (張昭. a] another younger brother of Zhang Fan and Zhang Cheng, was also serving as a Consultant (議郎) under the Han government. Zhang Zhao came from Chang'an to meet Zhang Cheng and tell him, We can't defeat Dong Zhuo now because we aren't as powerful as him. Besides, it'll take time for us to set your plan into motion. We'll need to draft civilians into military service, train them to be soldiers, gain support from the political elites, and so on. It's impossible to achieve all these at the moment. Dong Zhuo won't last long because he lacks legitimacy and relies solely on military power. Why don't we find someone to take shelter under, pledge allegiance to him, and wait for an opportunity to take action, and fulfil our ambitions. 7] Zhang Cheng agreed with his brother. He then resigned from government service, returned home, gathered his family members and moved to Yang Province.  In the 190s, 9] the warlord Yuan Shu controlled the lands around the Huai River in Yang Province. He had heard of Zhang Cheng's elder brother, Zhang Fan, and wanted to recruit him as an adviser. However, Zhang Fan claimed that he was ill and sent Zhang Cheng to meet Yuan Shu instead. Yuan Shu asked Zhang Cheng, In the past, when the kings of the Zhou dynasty were weak, warlords such as Duke Huan of Qi and Duke Wen of Jin rose up and became the dominant powers; when the Qin dynasty was collapsing, the Han dynasty rose up and replaced it. Now, as I rule over many territories and its people, I hope to enjoy the same glory as Duke Huan of Qi and Duke Wen of Jin did, and follow in the footsteps of Emperor Gaozu of Han. What do you think. 10] Zhang Cheng replied, It depends on virtue rather than power. If a man can embody everyone's hopes for a benevolent and virtuous ruler, even if he has nothing to his name, it won't be hard for him to achieve what you described. However, if a man doesn't know his place and decides to do something against the people's will, everyone will abandon him instead of helping him. 11] Yuan Shu was displeased by what Zhang Cheng said.  When the warlord Cao Cao, who controlled the Han central government and the figurehead Emperor Xian from 196 onwards, wanted to launch a military campaign in Ji Province, Yuan Shu summoned Zhang Cheng and asked him, Lord Cao, with his few thousand weary and tired soldiers, wants to fight an army of 100, 000. He doesn't know where he stands! What do you think. 13] Zhang Cheng replied, The Han Empire may have declined in virtue, but its legitimacy still stands. Now, as Lord Cao has the Emperor on his side, he will still be able to prevail against an enemy with a 100, 000 strong army. 14] Yuan Shu was extremely unhappy but did not say anything. Zhang Cheng then left.  Around 207, 16] after Cao Cao had defeated his rivals in northern China and unified the region under his control, he sent a messenger to invite Zhang Cheng's elder brother, Zhang Fan, to serve in the government. However, Zhang Fan claimed that he was ill and remained behind in Pengcheng (彭城; around present-day Xuzhou, Jiangsu. He sent Zhang Cheng to meet Cao Cao instead. Cao Cao appointed Zhang Cheng as a Counsellor Remonstrant (諫議大夫. 17] On one occasion, Zhang Cheng's son Zhang Jian (張戩) and nephew Zhang Ling (張陵; Zhang Fan's son) were kidnapped by bandits in Shandong. When Zhang Fan asked them to release the boys, they freed only Zhang Ling. Zhang Fan then asked them if he could trade his son for his nephew instead because his nephew was younger. The bandits were so impressed by his act of sacrifice that they released both Zhang Ling and Zhang Jian.  In 213, 19] after Emperor Xian enfeoffed Cao Cao as the Duke of Wei (魏公) Zhang Cheng was appointed as an Army Adviser and Libationer (參軍祭酒) under Cao Cao and concurrently as the Administrator (太守) of Zhao Commandery (趙郡; around present-day Neiqiu County, Hebei. He governed Zhao Commandery well during his tenure. Around 215, 20] when Cao Cao was on a campaign in western China, he summoned Zhang Cheng to accompany him as an adviser in his army. Zhang Cheng died of illness in Chang'an along the way.  Family [ edit] Apart from Zhang Jian (張戩. 18] Zhang Cheng probably had at least one other child. Zhang Shao (張邵) a grandson of Zhang Cheng, b] served as a military officer under the Jin dynasty (265–420. He was executed along with his maternal uncle, Yang Jun, in 291.  23] See also [ edit] Lists of people of the Three Kingdoms Notes [ edit] This Zhang Zhao (張昭) was not the same person as the similarly named but better known Zhang Zhao (張昭. 6] It is not known whether or not Zhang Shao's father was Zhang Jian (張戩. References [ edit] a b de Crespigny (2007) p. 1037. ^ 張範，字公儀，河內脩武人也.祖父歆，為漢司徒.父延，為太尉.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 性恬靜樂道，忽於榮利，徵命無所就.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 弟承，字公先，亦知名，以方正徵，拜議郎，遷伊闕都尉.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ Sima (1084) vol. 59. ^ de Crespigny (2007) p. 1090. ^ 董卓作亂，承欲合徒衆與天下共誅卓.承弟昭時為議郎，適從長安來，謂承曰：「今欲誅卓，衆寡不敵，且起一朝之謀，戰阡陌之民，士不素撫，兵不練習，難以成功.卓阻兵而無義，固不能乆；不若擇所歸附，待時而動，然後可以如志.」) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 承然之，乃解印綬間行歸家，與範避地揚州.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ Sima (1084) vols. 59-63. ^ 袁術備禮招請，範稱疾不往，術不彊屈也.遣承與相見，術問曰：「昔周室陵遲，則有桓文之霸；秦失其政，漢接而用之.今孤以土地之廣，士民之衆，欲徼福齊桓，擬迹高祖，何如？」) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 承對曰：「在德不在彊.夫能用德以同天下之欲，雖由匹夫之資，而興霸王之功，不足為難.若苟僭擬，干時而動，衆之所棄，誰能興之？」) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 術不恱.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 是時，太祖將征兾州，術復問曰：「今曹公欲以弊兵數千，敵十萬之衆，可謂不量力矣！子以為何如？」) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 承乃曰：「漢德雖衰，天命未改，今曹公挾天子以令天下，雖敵百萬之衆可也.」) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ 術作色不懌，承去之.) Sanguozhi vol. 65. ^ 太祖平兾州，遣使迎範.範以疾留彭城，遣承詣太祖，太祖表以為諫議大夫.) Sanguozhi vol. 11. ^ a b (範子陵及承子戩為山東賊所得，範直詣賊請二子，賊以陵還範.範謝曰：「諸君相還兒厚矣.夫人情雖愛其子，然吾憐戩之小，請以陵易之.」賊義其言，悉以還範.) Sanguozhi vol. 66. ^ Sima (1084) vol. 67. ^ 魏國初建，承以丞相參軍祭酒領趙郡太守，政化大行.太祖將西征，徵承參軍事，至長安，病卒.) Sanguozhi vol. 82. ^ 承孫邵，晉中護軍，與舅楊駿俱被誅.) Wei Shu annotation in Sanguozhi vol. 11. Chen, Shou (3rd century. Records of the Three Kingdoms ( Sanguozhi. de Crespigny, Rafe (2007. A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms 23-220 AD. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 9789004156050. Pei, Songzhi (5th century. Annotations to Records of the Three Kingdoms ( Sanguozhi zhu. Sima, Guang (1084. Zizhi Tongjian.
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Spoiler - Spoil Me: Chen Yue Zhi Yao, Page 3, Novel Updates Forum Page 3 of 7 < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next > Haigi Skimming Binge Reader Joined: Feb 11, 2016 Messages: 225 Likes Received: 388 Reading List: Link Guess I can't get it off the chinese well, will have to make do with the smaller resolutions. TaffyGirl13 Well-Known Member Jan 6, 2016 61 82 Fan Tong was actually a grey tassel because Luo Shi didn't want him to draw attention with a black tassel, and yes, Fan Tong became a Shi in replacement of Hui Shi. alexfilia Bromance & Fluff <3 Jan 8, 2016 5, 241 15, 445 what happened to the queen? Also Yui went back on being the king even though he hates happened to naerxi then? Also how did Fang tong gave the guy who was inside him another body? The queen was killed by Yue Tui in the war. I'm not quite sure about Naerxi, I know that Yue Tui took the position of Emperor from him when he came back, and I know that at some point, Naerxi was nearly killed and Yue Tui saved him, thus making them close. Luo Shi and the others used a purification charm to separate them, and then Puhahaha got Chen Yue to give him a New Resident body. patcan3609 Apr 8, 2016 522 211 From the wiki, this novel doesnt seem to have romance as of yet. Its also ongoing so I might read the raws... kiara8 Lurking Oct 3, 2016 4, 774 6, 248 Does Ling Shi hates Yue Tui for killing his mother? Ling Shi isn't the Queen's son. He's in love with the Queen, but he always believed she liked Yin Shi. When Yue Tui killed Xi Ying, Ling Shi was actually greatly injured too (because he's her armor, i think) but Yue Tui saved him against his will. Omg, all this Shi s are very confusing. I meant Luo Shi. Luo Shi isn't actually the Queen's real son either; he's an illegitimate child between one of the Queen's servants and someone from Western City (so he's actually half Western blood and has their powers. He becomes the ruler of Eastern City after Xi Ying's death. I don't think he particularly hates Yue Tui after he kills the Queen, because the person he cares about the most is Hui Shi, who was killed by Yin Shi (probably under the Queen's orders) and Yue Tui and Hui Shi have some relationship I'm not sure of (cousins. Last edited: Apr 16, 2017 The Queen has concubines. Omg Who was the one that killed Yue Tui? Naerxi. He was Yue Tui's aide/squire during the time he was Emperor. Which was why he felt so betrayed by the closest and only person by his side. Adding on to what happened when Yue Tui went to reclaim his throne, they both fought in his old room at the castle. Nostalgia and memories and all that. After a scuffle, its found that actually Naerxi isn't as strong as he looks. He's not actually a real three lines (equivalent to a black tassel) warrior. So he gets his rug pulled out from under him when the Emperor's weapon turned on him and stabbed him. He almost died due to the soul eating properties but before the second slash went down, Yue Tui being the soft-hearted guy deep down, stopped her from doing it. He didn't want Naerxi to die, yet hates him enough to kill him. So he compromised by saying he'll continue hating him until he forgives him one day eventually. No matter how long it takes. Said Naerxi continues to recover in the castle while ending up handling government affairs and paperwork because Yue Tui doesn't know anything and messes up the document handlings. To add to that, he runs out of the western area to sneak to the eastern area where Fan Tong is. Much to the anguish of all the people in the castle. Naerxi laments that he has to act as a 'shadow' emperor even after getting displaced, as much as he doesn't want to be emperor now, he gets to continue because Yue Tui is a lazy ass. Naerxi ordered his people to gather chicken feathers I think back in volume 2, why did he do that? And why did he betrayed Yue Tui? He felt like saying it. Also it was partially to drive away the particularly annoying super loyal Spade? Guard who's technically like a dog that goes 'Oh tell me to do something I'll do it for you. Funny thing is, the guard got stopped in the middle of his 'mission' due to Fan Tong and the others trying to catch chickens too. So he decided to sneak into the eastern city to steal pillows. Why did Naerxi 's lots of reasons. 1. He's the son of the previous Emperor. Technically, his birthright. 2. He's been by the side of the young Yue Tui who was brought into the castle for a long time. He probably didn't want the naive little boy to suffer anymore. 3. His older brother Hui Shi was killed while undercover. Which meant the only other thing dearest to him to hold him down was gone. 4. Therefore he decided not to hold it in and kill Yue Tui and snatch the throne for himself to get authority as the 'weak-willed' child wouldn't proactively do so. 5. He was also angry at Yue Tui for having so much power (a three lined warrior) but yet not fighting back at the elders that control him like a puppet. Bonus: Yue Tui was blinded by the elders when they brought him in as a child(5 yrs old) which added on to his pitiful plight. Not being able to see was why his thoughts were so pure but due to the betrayal by Naerxi, the trauma inflicted turned into deep darkness. (if you think it was exaggerated) You, kiara8 and alexfilia like this. while i knew yui tui was wearing a blindfold, i thought it was because he wasnt allowed to see rather than him being physically blind orz *hugs Yui and doesnt let go T. T. the pond weapon brought him back did she also heal his eyes? killed all the elders right? btw since fang tong didnt die in his originall he went back at some point? So Hui Shi is his older brother, I thought they were cousins of smthing. What exactly is the relationship between Yue Tui and the royal family? Was he some random kids that the elders picked to be their puppet? No i think he was naerxi's distant cousin? I rmb there was this chapter where Yue Tui died and the pond made his body look older. The body resemble Naerxi's look and Yue Tui freaks out. I guess they are related then Luen One Who Silences The TMI Onigiri Kitty Dec 15, 2015 971 1, 947 Yeah Chen yue fixed yue tui's eyes n naerxi killed all the elders after the first conference between the eat n west cities. Fan tong goes back to his world with hui shi n they go to a student reunion. By that time the two of them had spent 2 yrs in fan Tong's world n then more time passed before the same "auntie" that cursed fan tong's with the speech problem in the first place killed him n he was sent back to huan shi where only four months had passed. He mentioned that it was because if the eastern city's mark on his forehead that allowed him to come back to huan shi, kinda like a homing device? alexfilia and kiara8 like this. Next >
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