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  • Beggars’ Guild

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    Updated 12:50 am

    Beggars’ Guild Beggars’ Guild (丐帮; Gàibāng) was a fraternity organisation for beggars. The Guild was the largest organisation in the lands with over ten million of members. Its membership extended across both banks of the Yangtze River, within and beyond the Shanhai Pass to the east and Jiayu Pass to the west. With its massive […]

  • Duan Yu and Wang Yuyan

    I’ve updated the Duan Yu article Duan Yu in our Wuxia Manual, also known as our wuxia wiki for those of you who are new. There’s a lot of changes made, mostly additions. Let me know who I should write about next. Changes: Completed the Biography section covering all major events throughout the novel. I […]

  • Sword of the Yue Maiden: Part 3

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    Updated 5:16 pm
    Sword of the Yue Maiden

    This is an old fan translation of the Sword of the Yue Maiden originally published on another site and reposted here. A newer translation of by WuxiaSociety is available here. Both translations use the Third Edition of the novel. A’qing shook her head, “I don’t know.” Fan Li became scared in secret, “If A’qing didn’t stop it, that […]

  • Sword of the Yue Maiden: Part 2

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    Updated 5:19 pm
    Sword of the Yue Maiden

    This is an old fan translation of the Sword of the Yue Maiden originally published on another site and reposted here. A newer translation of by WuxiaSociety is available here. Both translations use the Third Edition of the novel. Xue Zhu said, “Feng Huzi finally said to Wu Zhixu that he had little skill except […]

  • Sword of the Yue Maiden: Part 1

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    Updated 5:06 pm
    Sword of the Yue Maiden

    This is an old fan translation of the Sword of the Yue Maiden originally published on another site and reposted here. A newer translation of by WuxiaSociety is available here. Both translations use the Third Edition of the novel. “After you.” “After you.” The two swordsmen turned the point of their blades downward. Their right […]

  • It is easy to differentiate wuxia, xianxia, and xuanhuan once you know what to look out for. They are all categorised under the Chinese fantasy genre qihuan.

  • Third edition Afterword in The Legend of the Condor Heroes

  • Second edition Afterword in The Legend of the Condor Heroes

  • Revised Demi-Gods & Semi-Devils Chapter 1

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    Updated 4:20 pm

    I have made revisions to Chapter 1 of Demi-Gods and Semi Devils. This is a complete re-translation of the chapter using the Third Edition source.

  • Optimised typography

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    Updated 4:20 pm

    Move to a serif font that is more readable both on desktop and mobile.