JoAnne: I don't buy it.
Well will you look at tat.
But why? Basically they're saying without the Yang amulet Fuling dies, but with the Yang amulet Fuling dies, too, so basically, Fuling just dies.
I recall there was something about the Yang amulet that would have this make sense, but I don't remember clearly.
I'm laughing but it's because of the way you wrote that. 'Here, stab me. No? okay, bye. (jump)"
Hey, but she was right! Red dust appears after her death and gathers in Tingjun's hand as the Yang Amulet. What a horrible fate. But at least, a meaningful death!
Did anyone else think 'Blood, he's got bloooooooooood on his hands!'
Aren't they supposed to be a couple now anyway? So maybe it's okay for her to be in his room.
What the hell is her skirt made out of?
The feathers of his enemies.
That is brutal.
Oh, who cares? No one! Go away!
Or if you insist that they belong to you when they clearly don't like you.
Have faith. Have faith.
If these two get back together after what he did to her son and after what she's done to just about everyone else...no. No, no, no.
I'm so thirsty now.
Haha, well, this enrages Xue Lin, which I love to see - but the Regent calms him in their secret room, by saying that he will get rid of Feng Tianyi once and for all at his wedding. Super-hearing girl hears it all, of course.
It's her fault. She broke his heart. Sure, she did it to help him but why can't they just tell each other what they're doing?
Huanzheng finds Jishu gone, but a riddle on the table. What could it be?
Don't know, don't care. Sorry, Huanzheng. I told you what would happen if you kept on hanging around Jishu.
CommentsWingkind Emperor is crazy!!! Why would he want to marry that witch?! Just to spite Fuling? Let's hope he'll come to his senses in time!
I'm practicing deep breathing and hopefulness.
Oh for sure, this guy is off-the-charts!