Protective Jiāng Chéng
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06 Jun 2019
What if the dream that we saw with the Incense Burner wasn’t a dream…? What if this really happened, and everyone now has to live with the consequences?
... As he made his way towards the Library Pavilion he listened carefully for any sign of ruckus, but it was surprisingly quiet.
There wasn’t even the sound of Wei Wuxian’s sputtering laughter.
It wasn’t entirely silent though… Jiang Cheng came even closer, trying to discern what exactly he was hearing...
On a drunken dare, Jiang Cheng drinks a potion that allows him to hear other people’s lustful thoughts. It’s just his luck that he’s stuck in close vicinity with the guy who is completely and utterly besotted with his idiot brother.
One thing's for certain - there is no way he's leaving this with his sanity intact.
(Or, where Jiang Cheng has a lot of regrets, Lan Wangji is having an ongoing sexuality crisis, and Wei Wuxian is as oblivious as ever).
24 Jan 2020
Из-за пьяного спора Цзян Чэн выпивает зелье, позволяющее слышать пошлые мысли окружающих. И ему повезло застрять рядом с парнем, который окончательно и бесповоротно влюблён в его придурочного брата.
(Или Цзян Чэн много о чём жалеет, у Лань Ванцзи начинается кризис сексуальности, а Вэй Усянь как всегда ничего не замечает).
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03 Jan 2020
At the behest of Wei Wuxian, Jiang Cheng steps in and takes in the Wen Remnants after they’re rescued from Qiongqi Path and an investigation is declared into the Lanling Jin Sect.
Jiang Cheng never expected to fall in love with not just one, but two Wens.
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21 Jan 2020
Starts around episode 44 when the puppets besiege the Burial Mounds in order to kill the cultivators that assambled there. Wei Ying finds an alternative way to fight the puppets and a very dark secret is revealed.
Also note, I'm European, and although I tried researching the art of calling a person by its correct name, be it birth name, courtesy name or title escapes me. So feel free to skip this story and find a (probably Chinese) writer who does understand all these customs!
When I wrote this story, I hadn't read the novel yet. I was merely thinking of an alternative way for Wei Ying to rescue the cultivators. I liked this particular idea, as that one sentence - I died once - we came from hell, turned out to be one hell of an inspiration.
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16 Jan 2020