Good and Evil tells the love story of demon king Chun Yao (Guo Jun Chen) and princess Han Sheng of the Northern Lu Kingdom (Kang Ning). When Han Sheng enters Chun Yao’s realm, she accidentally comes to know that she has an old book with her that only demons are supposed to have. Therefore, she decides to follow Chun Yao in order to solve the mystery about the book.
One day, God of War Jiu Chen (Chang Chen), who fell deeply asleep after sealing the demon lord ten thousand years ago, is suddenly awakened by a young girl (Ni Ni)’s mistake. Jiu Chen and the girl, whose name is Ling Xi, develop feelings for each other over time. But soon it is discovered that Ling Xi’s existence can break the seal and free the demon lord, and Jiu Chen is thus urged to kill her.
In a hilarious and sweet xianxia romance set in Ancient China, Lu Zhao Yao (Bai Lu) went through life living ostentatiously in every way possible. She lived her entire demon life in a loud and brazen manner, reigning over legions of demons, and yet, just before she was about to retrieve the sword of the ancient demon king and rightfully claim her spot on the throne, she died. In the most quiet and unobtrusive manner possible. How? By accident. Mo Qing (Xu Kai), one of her lowest ranking lackeys at that point in time, had killed her after he retrieved the demon sword and unintentionally unleashed the sword’s demonic aura onto the heavily injured Lu Zhao Yao. Her quiet and untimely death, coupled with her firm belief that Mo Qing had sneakily betrayed her by lying in the shadows and waiting to strike the final blow and reap all the rewards, nurtured a heavy grievance within her. Lu Zhao Yao refused to head to the underworld and reincarnate, hanging around in the human world in her spirit form. Lady Luck, however, had not completely abandoned her. One fine day, Qin Zhi Yan (Xiao Yan), a female disciple of the Immortal Sect fought with her childhood friend and banged her head onto Lu Zhao Yao’s grave. To Lu Zhao Yao’s utmost delight, she was able to possess Zhi Yan’s body for short periods of time after this. Thus began her journey to avenge her very own death by destroying Mo Qing and, in the process, resume her rightful place as the Queen over all demon sects!
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Di Ji (Zhao Lu Si) is a princess from a vanquished nation. After her country is annihilated by the glass fire, she takes on the name Tang Chuan and hides in Xiang Qu Mountain, a place for cultivation, where she works as a servant. There she meets the outstanding Fu Jiu Yun (Zheng Ye Cheng) who continuously teases her. But when Tang Chuan goes down the wrong path, Jiu Yun will even risk his life to help her. Unbeknown to Tang Chuan, he has been looking after her for ten lifetimes.
Game designer Zhu Yao (Fu Mei) accidentally gets drawn into a new xianxia VR game that is currently in development. There she becomes the disciple of the most beautiful male immortal Yu Yan (Zhang Bo Han) who had to wait 16 thousand years before finally getting a disciple of his own. Yu Yan carefully teaches Zhu Yao and cherishes her a lot. But when Zhu Yao finally begins to understand some of his teachings, she suddenly dies. Yu Yan then gets a new discipline, the reborn Zhu Yao, and she dies again. He then gets another disciple, and she dies once again…
Three Lives, Three Worlds, The Pillow Book, another novel by Tang Qi Gong Zi, is set in the same universe as “Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms”. The drama depicts the love story of Bai Feng Jiu (Dilraba Dilmurat) and Dong Hua Dijun (Vengo Gao), that spans 2000 years. Feng Jiu, the queen of Qing Qiu, is the only nine-tailed fox in Qing Qiu and thus being pampered by everyone. She loves to cry and to throw tantrums, but is also persistent and brave. One day, when Feng Jiu is in the mountains for cultivation, a beast attacks her. Luckily, the former Emperor of Heaven Dong Hua passes by at this moment and saves her. To pay the debt of gratitude, Feng Jiu follows Dong Hua who goes to fight the rebelling Demon Lord. Feng Jiu soon realizes that gratitude has turned into love, however, Dong Hua already forgot what love is. In order to keep her save, Dong Hua sends Feng Jiu to the mortal realm, but the guardian he sends together with her unexpectedly dies. While trying to find the immortal fruit that can let her be reborn, Feng Jiu enters the temple of the ghost princess.
A story revolving around the God of Fire (Chen Bo Lin), the God of Wind (Jing Tian) and the ensuing romance between them as they risk their lives for the sake of their homeland. Thousands of years ago, there was a beautiful planet amongst the stars where the deities lived. Among them, there were six powerful gods who maintained the peace in the realms. During a dangerous battle with dark forces, the deities suffer a huge blow. The God of Wind is nowhere to be found after rescuing the God of Fire. In order to find an alternate energy source to save their home, Fire travels to the glorious age of Tang dynasty where he meets a person who looks exactly like his long-lost love, the God of Wind, and ignites a complicated romance between them.
Ashes of Love follows Jin Mi (Yang Zi), daughter of the Flower Goddess and Water Deity, who’s fed an unfeeling pill while two sons of the Heavenly King fall head-over-heels in love with her. Her mother, the Flower Goddess, doesn’t want her daughter to be like her – afflicted and tormented by love, hence she feeds her little daughter the unfeeling pill before she dies. Family history of both sides doesn’t help; with the Heavenly Empress full of jealousy and considers the Flower Goddess her love rival. Xu Feng (Deng Lun) is the second son of the Heavenly King, known as the most beautiful of the six realms. His brother, described as calming, actually has an underbelly of schemes and uses Jin Mi to his advantage, successfully making her believe Xu Feng killed her dad. With vengence in mind, she drives the knife into Xu Feng’s heart, killing him on the spot. As she watches him fade away, he asks whether she has ever loved him, and she gives him a heartbreaking no. He vanishes into thin air and it’s that moment when she throws up the unfeeling pill, all bottled-up emotions flow through, opening her heart and eyes to the feelings of love. Thus begins her journey to revive him but he’s become the high and mighty Demon Lord.
In twilight years of the Duan Dynasty, Sixth Prince Muyun Sheng (Huang Xuan) was born. Because his mother is a spirit, he is not loved by the Emperor, and lives in seclusion and loneliness. He happens to obtain an antique painting of a spirit demon and befriends the being trapped inside (Panxi). Both promise to escape to the world’s most beautiful place. Muru Hanjiang (Shawn Dou), son of a general, was elected to be the prince’s friend since he was young. Their peaceful days end when the eight tribes rebel. The Muru army fails to protect the royal family and is then exiled, breaking the friendship formed between the two families – Muyun and Muru. A few years later, a new rebellion threatens the royal family and this time, adult Muru Hanjiang is the only one capable of protecting them. Pain and sorrows of past wounds now manifest in the new generation.