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Sword Stained With Royal Blood ([[Traditional Chinese]]: 碧血劍; [[Simplified Chinese]]: 碧血剑; [[Pinyin]]: bì xuě jiàn)is a [[wuxia]] novel written by [[Louis Cha]].
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Sword Stained With Royal Blood (Traditional Chinese: 碧血劍; Simplified Chinese: 碧血剑; Pinyin: bì xuě jiàn) is a [[Wuxia]] novel written by [[Louis Cha]] or known by his pen name [[Jin Yong]] (金庸). Set in the final years of the Ming Dynasty. The story revolves around Yuan ChengZhih, the son of a Ming general who was wrongfully accused of treason by the Emperor ChongZhen. Yuan grows up to be a master martial artist, who wants nothing more than to avenge his father, and clear his name. Complications arise when Yuan ChengZhih falls for the emperor's daughter, Princess Changping.
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== Chapters ==
 
== Chapters ==
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*[[Prince Hui]]
 
*[[Prince Hui]]
 
*[[Chuang Wang]]
 
*[[Chuang Wang]]
*[[Huang Chen]]
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*[[Huang Zhen]]
*Chew ChongTang - a Brunei official and his man-servant arriving in China during the late Ming dynasty only to be robbed at knife point. In their escape, they met a group of former soldiers who were under the command of general Yuan ChongHuan. Yuan ChongHuan had been put to death by the Emperor unjustly and his men wanted to avenge his death. Li ZiCheng had sent an envoy to meet these men in hope that they will aid his rebellion against the emperor. This effectively sets the historical backdrop of the story and introduces Yuan ChengZhi, Yuan ChongHuan’s son and hero of the story, as a young teenager with basic martial arts skills but with great potential. The preamble ends with the Brunei official, realizing that China at this time was unsafe and in chaos, returning hurriedly to Brunei.
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*'''Chew ChongTang''' - a Brunei official and his man-servant arriving in China during the late Ming dynasty only to be robbed at knife point. In their escape, they met a group of former soldiers who were under the command of general Yuan ChongHuan. Yuan ChongHuan had been put to death by the Emperor unjustly and his men wanted to avenge his death. Li ZiCheng had sent an envoy to meet these men in hope that they will aid his rebellion against the emperor. This effectively sets the historical backdrop of the story and introduces Yuan ChengZhi, Yuan ChongHuan’s son and hero of the story, as a young teenager with basic martial arts skills but with great potential. The preamble ends with the Brunei official, realizing that China at this time was unsafe and in chaos, returning hurriedly to Brunei.
 
*[[Wen Shi]]
 
*[[Wen Shi]]
 
*[[YuZhen Zhi]]
 
*[[YuZhen Zhi]]
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*[[Mei ChinHo]]
 
*[[Mei ChinHo]]
 
*[[Sun MinChun]]
 
*[[Sun MinChun]]
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*[[Cao HuaChun]] - a deceitful and powerful high ranking eunuch.
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*'''Tian HongYu''' - a member of the Ming royal family who refused to lend gold to support Emperor ChongZhen's soldiers. He gave Emperor ChongZhen a concubine instead who excelled in music, chess (Go), calligraphy and painting.
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*'''Zhou Kui''' - Emperor ChongZhen's father-in-law who lend him gold for the Imperial soldiers' pay during the fight against Li ZiCheng's rebellion.
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*[[Li Yan]]
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*[[Liu FangLiang]]
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*[[An JiangQing]]
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*[[Qi YunAo]]
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*[[Chu HongLiu]]
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*'''Yi Cheng''' - the Iron Arhat
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*'''Hu Guinan''' - the Burglar Hu
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*[[Shi PingWen]]
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*[[Shi PingKuang]]
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*[[Rong Cai]]
  
 
== Locations ==
 
== Locations ==
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== Skills ==
 
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Latest revision as of 21:43, 31 October 2009

Sword Stained With Royal Blood (Traditional Chinese: 碧血劍; Simplified Chinese: 碧血剑; Pinyin: bì xuě jiàn) is a Wuxia novel written by Louis Cha or known by his pen name Jin Yong (金庸). Set in the final years of the Ming Dynasty. The story revolves around Yuan ChengZhih, the son of a Ming general who was wrongfully accused of treason by the Emperor ChongZhen. Yuan grows up to be a master martial artist, who wants nothing more than to avenge his father, and clear his name. Complications arise when Yuan ChengZhih falls for the emperor's daughter, Princess Changping.

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Sword Stained With Royal Blood
3rd Edition BXJ
3rd edition cover page
Book Information
Author Jin Yong (金庸)
Original Title Bi Xue Jian (碧血劍)
Publication Date 1956
Media Type Hardcover
Country Hong Kong
Publisher Hong Kong Commercial Daily
Chapters 20
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Chapters

Story

Characters

Locations

HuaShan

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