At this point I’ve written a ton of chapters for this story and I know how difficult it is to keep track of every character, and there will be a couple more that I’m going to introduce in the next few weeks. So I’m updating the character sheet below, whilst trying not to give too much of the story away.
Continue reading “Chinese Novel Yu Zhu – Updated Character Sheet”
(Wallace Huo as Wei Yun) ( Liu Shi Shi as Yu Zhu)
“You’re staring out the window again”
Yu Zhu jumped and looked around, Lin Yu cradled her head in her hands looked at Yu Zhu, her eyes were golden slits. Whenever Lin Yu was at home, she preferred to have her true eyes and sometime went by her true form.
Yu Zhu turned away, “Was not.”
“Was too. You’ve been staring since that Wei Yun came yesterday. You’re a terrible liar.”
Continue reading “Chapter 24 – The Snow and the Rabbit”
(Wallace Huo as Wei Yun)
Yu Zhu didn’t know what to say as she followed Lin Yu out of the city. Lin Yu was too furious to notice that people turned their heads to follow them as they walked out of the town. Claws and fangs slide out of the human disguises as the demons sensed that something, someone human was in their midst.
Continue reading “Chapter 23 – Wei Yun”
(Liu Shi Shi as Yu Zhu)
(Yang Rong as Lin Yu)
Yu Zhu and Lin Yu knelt in the garden, holding their swords above their heads. Though their arms were sore, neither of them complained. They had held their swords since the sun was high in the sky and now the sun was sinking into the green valley. Grandfather hobbled into the dusty yard, and elder brother Tu Suo came in as well. Grandfather sat down and looked at the two girls, their faces were red with perspiration, both of them stubbornly remained silent. Lin Yu’s hand bled down her arm sluggishly, she bit her lips to stop from crying. Even though grandfather said if they apologized and promised to never go back to the forest, they could put down the swords, Lin Yu and Yu Zhu refused.
Continue reading “Chapter 22 – A Proposal”
Yu Zhu ran back to the cottage, using qi to speed along her travel. She ran into the courtyard without acknowledging Lin Yu. Yu Zhu ran into her room and grabbed her bow and arrow. She tucked three daggers into her belt and hung her quiver full of arrows around her pale purple robe.
Continue reading “Chapter 21 – Snake Bite”
(Zhu Zi Xiao as the Crow Man)
Yu Zhu couldn’t bring herself to go back to the oak tree after listening to Lin Yu’s story. For days she spoke little and ate even less. Lin Yu was worried, but Grandfather only shook his head and told her to leave Yu Zhu alone. she looked as lost as she did when she came to the cottage four years ago.
Slowly, Yu Zhu seemed to get better. Yet sometimes, Lin Yu caught Yu Zhu staring at the direction of the forrest. One day, Yu Zhu looked out the window and realized that she hadn’t been back in the forest for half a year. On some nights the acorn floated like an ethreal dragonfly around her room, trying to lead her to the forest. Yu Zhu threw it away in annoyance, determined to forget about the glowing god in the forest.
Continue reading “Chapter 20 – The Crow Man”
(Wallace Huo as Wei Yun)
Yu Zhu woke up with with the fiery light of the sun peeking over the edge of the trees. She smiled, she hadn’t slept so soundly for so long. She looked at the forest around her and realized that she couldn’t see past the vast wilderness and find the village. Just then, an acorn flew up and hovered between her eyes. It pointed to the trees and floated towards the woods again, it would lead her home She smiled and patted the tree, after all she was in the land of demons, it wasn’t so strange if a tree had a little bit of magic. With that, she rose and followed the floating acorn. The leaves behind her shook lazily.
Continue reading “Chapter 19- The God of Demons”
Yu Zhu looked up to see an angry bunch of adults charging at them. She grabbed Lin Yu’s sleeve and pointed. Ho Pa Lai’s grimy face lit up as he lifted his head, two large black eyes were starting to form. The rest of the boys lay in the alley, moaning and sniffling. Ho Pa Lai gloated, “My family servants are coming, when they catch you they’re gonna sell to the pleasure houses.”
Continue reading “Chapter 18 – The Lone Oak”
(Yang Rong as Lin Yu)
A jade green snake glid quietly along the banks of a sleepy creek, silently targeting a brown little rabbit that was too busy eating grass to notice. The little jade snake coiled and sprang only to to have the rabbit turn around and aim a kick at it. The little snake narrowly avoided the rabbit’s powerful kick, turned around and glared at it balefully before trying to slither away. The rabbit shook its head.
Continue reading “Chapter 17 – The Nowhere Town”
(Yuan Hong as Hong Yan Su)
The Princess’s Pavilion
By the time the news had gotten out of the princess’s death, the palace was covered in millions of white paper ghost money. If anyone saw it, they would think a snowstorm had only engulfed the palace in the middle of october. The plaintive wailing could be heard even in the city. The bone aching sounds piercing even the most hardened hearts. People wept for the bright little princess who had been the jewel of their beloved Emperor’s eyes.
Continue reading “Chapter 16 – Battle Brothers”