During the Chen dynasty, Consort Jing gave birth to a pair of fraternal twins under the rays of sunlight. The prince was born with a cinnabar mole between his eyebrows, while the princess was born with six fingers. Fortune and misfortune appeared at the same time, causing the twins to experience entirely different fates as they were forced to leave their family. The heavenly tribulation is approaching, will the two twins who were separated from birth ever get to be reunited? What methods would they use to fight against their destinies?
Source: Bilibili Comics
(No spoilers)The art is a masterpiece, it feels like im watching a painting, i havent seen anything so good in mangas/manhuas/manwas before. The story is good as well, it's original and exciting to read through. Story 8/10It has a good begining, and keeps getting better and better, the only problem is that it can be a bit confusing to keep up with some of the world building ideas. And i wished that the chapters were longer. Art 11/10Woaw, just wow. The definition of eye candy.Characters 10/10They keep the characters simple and not overexagerated like some other stories likes to do. It's original and we have 2 main characters in this story so its fun to watch both of them grow. The supporting characters have so much feelings towards them as wellOverall 10/10Its original, amazing art, the story is interesting, the characters are developed. (Keep in mind this might change due to the manga not being done yet)
I really love this story. The art is vivid and amazing, the story and the dialogues are well agenced and the plot is interesting. You can feel the author craftmanship behind every drawing. The depiction of various emotions coupled with the traditional Chinese painting style makes it all the more appealing.
There are no custom lists yet for this series.