Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 29a (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 29awritten by kakashi & panda

Upon entering the meditation cave behind Mo Yuan, Shao Wan looked around with great curiosity. It was very austere just like she had always imagined and brimming with divine energy, so much of it she could feel it on her skin despite her sealed powers. But it was also much smaller than she had envisaged it, with only a round, plain meditation platform in it, a thin, uncomfortable cushion on top, an incense burner and two pine-tree shaped candle holders to the side.

Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 28 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 28written by kakashi, with inserts by Miniorchid

When Shao Wan woke up at Kunlun for the second time, she was less disoriented than the first time, but even more furious. She immediately remembered that Mo Yuan had brought her to this hell against her will. He had blindsided her on that mountain. She had been stupid enough to feel thrilled to fight with and not against him, but the first chance he got, he had betrayed her again.

She was incredibly weak because of his seal. At least, someone had healed her wounds. Also, the Celestial bastard had given her energy, quite a bit, but she did not owe him any debts for this, she decided, quite the opposite. She felt like she had gorged on sticky sweets and was soon going to be viciously sick. That she detected the faint smell of the fox woman in this room didn't help with her nausea.

Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 27 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 27written by Miniorchid
edited by kakashi

“How is he?” Zhi Lan asked 2nd Senior, dropping his voice down to a whisper when he entered the cave at the foot of the mountain. He eyed Fong Hung with great concern. The animal was still immobile on the stone bed they had put him on.

Rants and Weekly Raves #144 (RAWR)

JoAnne: What the hell?  How is it Sunday again already?
SakiVI: I know, right? I'm so tired! Too much to do each week. I basically kept up with my daily dramas in between work, and one kdrama.
bcook: Yes that was me last week. Glad I got in on this one this week. :) Miss you guys.
Trotwood: I don't know how that week flew by. Began with me having to be an auctioneer and ended with me being a mascot. Glad it's over. But I managed to catch up . . . with dramas that is.
kakashi: What year is it? I actually and seriously got confused this week. I had to check a calendar to see whether it was 2016 or 2017 already. 
Cookieeeeeeeeeeeeee! We miss you too! Also: I was pretty much caught up but now I'm behind again.  

Fanfic: A Cypress in Winter – Chapter 9 (Ice Fantasy - 幻城)

Chapter 9Written By UnicornSlippers
Editing By Drama Panda, Charistia, SakiVI

Song Bai pressed her back against the closed door of her room, the rattling boom from the forceful slam still reverberating in her ears. She squeezed her eyes shut and struggled to slow her breathing. There was too much happening all at once and her head was swimming, filled with images of raging fires consuming Sanctuary, Xun Ru’s hurt expression, and the Ice King’s chameleon eyes. She was shattered with worry and fatigue and yearned for her father’s warm embrace. Although it was already mid-morning, she decided to lay down and try to get some rest.

As she fought back the panic threatening to sweep over her, Song Bai removed the immoderate gown she was wearing and tossed it in a corner. She rummaged through the clothing she had been given, choosing a plain, comfortable sleeping gown instead of the diaphanous garment she had worn the night before. She crawled into the nest of white pillows and blankets p…

When a Snail Falls in Love 如果蜗牛有爱情 - FINAL Episode 21 (Recap)

kakashi: Another recapping project ends! Many people were quite dissatisfied with the final episode - or rather, the very ending of the ending. Yes, it is not perfect. But don't let this otherwise excellent drama be spoilt by it!
Eleanor: I wonder sometimes what happens with the editing process at the end of something. Do they sort of mess it up a little because they also don't really want it to end? Do they get tired? All in all though, I wasn't too bothered by the ending (and I'll just hope that at some future time there might be a second season or at least some extra scenes released)
Trotwood: I have been putting this off forever because I think I wanted to pretend that this episode didn't happen. I made up my own ending in my mind. I was more than "dissatisfied" with this ending. This ending made me screech and toss whole tables out of the window. Then it made me concerned that the original writers and director and editor had been kidnapped and some ri…

Fanfiction 2: Moyuan and Bai Qian - Chapter 2 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 2 - Sparks written by Lalaloop
Consultant: Juls
edited by kakashi

The next few days flew by peacefully. Kunlun disciples were now busy entertaining a frequent visitor: A-Li.

Discussion Thread 2: Princess Agents (特工皇妃楚乔传)

Still watching? Still enjoying? Or watching and not enjoying and feeling an urge to bitch? Or not watching and still feeling an urge to chat? All goes, below. You can even dance ballet, if you want.

Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 26 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 26written by kakashi

It was simply laughable. Mo Yuan, the most venerated Taoist Master in all the realms, sat in his meditation cave and failed spectacularly at meditating.

Unnerved, he opened his eyes. It was pointless to try and sit still if all he could do was fidget around like the most inept beginner. Would he ever be able to settle back into his old routines?

Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 25 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 25written by kakashi

Shao Wan cloud-jumped to the gates of the Obsidian Palace. She had brought no weapons, because whatever arms she had in her current possession were useless against a High Demon God like Cheng Yin. She wouldn’t even try to get her whip this time. The gates were wide open and there were no guards or soldiers anywhere. She walked in, her skin prickling. The silence and the emptiness were ominous but fitting. This was how she had always imagined her tomb: A huge, black stone building that scared every visitor.