Excellent angsty Wei Ying edit.
Would I have watched the heck out of this show? Yes. Yes I would.
This is simply brilliant. So much fun!
The candle has burnt itself halfway by the time Song Lan stirs. Wangji has been meditating with his eyes closed and he can feel the weight of the other man’s eyes on him, senses when they slide over to Wei Ying’s sleeping form.
Slowly, gingerly, Song Lan gets to his feet, still favouring the side he had injured, probably in the fight with Wen Ning. Wangji opens his eyes a crack, just in time to see the moonlight glowing through the paper windows catch the edge of Fuxue’s blade.
The night after Xue Yang’s death, Lan Wangji and Song Lan share a moment. I never knew I needed this – it hurts, but it’s also so very beautiful, to see Wangji use his own painful experiences to reach out to a man who’s lost everything.
Intensely atmospheric and painful look at Wei Ying on his dark, lonely path.
Holy hell, this fricking BANGS, melding together the show and the animated series perfectly!
That Boy by Liang Bo is Wang Yibo’s favourite song – and he chose it to represent Xiao Zhan. They make me so happy – and so does this wonderful tribute to their friendship.
“I will never abandon Wei Ying.”
Against the whole cultivation world Wangji stood strong and righteous, and all Lan Xichen could do was cry.
A missing scene from the novel, a painful Lan Xichen POV that beautifully (and heartbreakingly) highlights everything that makes Lan Zhan special.
Lan Zhan really is the bamfest bamf to ever bamf!
It was a beautiful, sunny day. A crisp, cool breeze was blowing, offset by the warm rays of the sun. The grass was vibrantly green, sprinkled with tiny white flowers. The rabbits were out, hopping contentedly around their meadow, practically begging to be picked up and cuddled. All of it was made surreal by the fact that a six-year-old Lan WangJi sat in the middle of the clearing, silently petting a black rabbit that had made itself comfortable on his lap.
Wei WuXian sat nearer the edge of the meadow, legs crossed at the ankles, chin in hand, and his elbow resting on his knee. He stared at Lan WangJi, searching for happiness in him.
A completely enchanting de-aging story, sweet and funny and full of love.