Alrighty, things look good. Everyone has neat, pretty hair. Clothes are not too bright to compete with Yumama’s older projects. Lol.
Chen Dao Ming.
A little bit on the plot that I found out after reading the first ten chapters: There’s time-traveling in here which I supposed will be removed. Our hero is pretty much still kid in the first few chapters. The novel started with our adult hero afflicted with an incurable disease where his muscles slowly die over time. He’s given a second chance at life and is transported back in time to the Eastern Jin Dynasty (from baidu) into the body of a baby – an illegitimate son of a noble (his mother, a princess, escaped the palace when a coup happened and *died* after giving birth). His name is now Fan Xian and he spends his baby days observing the environment and with-holding adult jokes from the maids (yunno cause he’s physically a baby, but mentally a man!) Lol. I’m at the part where he’s four years old and successfully knocks out a visitor at night, who’s sent by his father, The Count. With a bleeding man on his floor, our hero carries his tiny body to seek help from a blind man (affectionately called Uncle Five Bamboo), the same person who carried and protected his baby self to this manor four years ago. Uncle Five recognizes the visitor as Mr. Fei, Assistant Director of the Empire Bureau of Investigation Third Division and one of the top three poison masters. When Mr. Fei comes to, he turns out to be a private tutor hired by Fan Xian’s dad to teach the boy ways of the world. Errr…. the arts of using poison, identifying them, and neutralizing them. He explains that the Count’s concubine recently had a son and so she’s afraid of sharing the Count’s estate with another woman’s son so Fan Xian needs to learn ways to protect himself. Thus, he spends time learning with Mr. Fei; about human anatomy, digging graves for hands-on experience, poisons. Even the elderly teacher is surprised that a five-year old kid can be so brave, mature, and somewhat cruel when it comes to death, blood, and killing.
Later on in life, he will be involved in royal marriage, political battles, mother’s revenge, and ultimately achieves peace for the kingdom.
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