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Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:18 pm
by Chibi Jennifer
Ohh, ahah so it is the same guy..I thought so.

I think I get it now. So was this mainly made up for the drama alone?

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:38 pm
by God
God wrote:Scenario/Character: Poison People (those zombie-like people)
Game: Demon people from Pi Li Tang
Drama: Original story

Scenario/Character: When getting the Earth Pearl
Game: Luo Ru Lie's first appearance
Drama: Luo Ru Lie appeared long before

Scenario/Character: Xu Mao Shan's exchange for food with his own flesh
Game: No such scene
Drama: Original scene

He became a half-human, half-demon creature (second appearance was when the party got the Earth Elemental Pearl).
According to your source (the Chinese wiki page), Luo Ru Lie's first appearance in the game was when the party was getting the Earth Elemental Pearl. However, in the drama, that was his second (with the first being the vampire arc, and the third being Mao Shan's exchange; both of which didn't exist in the game). So depending on what you're asking... there's the answer lol.

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:45 pm
by Chibi Jennifer
aha, answered own question ;)

So I assume the whole end part was made up too, with the Fire Demon King and the other demon (who was in Suo Yao Ta) fighting at the end.. Random question- since Jing Tian took the fire pearl, how come the Fire Demon lady still looks young? I thought she needed those special soup to keep her skin nice XD

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:09 pm
by God
Yes, much of the end was made up. Xie Jian Xian wasn't even the final boss in the game.

According to Baidu's encyclopedia (click to read about Fire Ghost King/Queen in both the game and the drama series), the Fire Ghost Queen appeared to have been destroyed after Xie Jian Xian was destroyed, so I'm assuming he gave her something to make her look young even without the Fire Pearl. Either that's what the writers wanted us to think, or they simple left it out.

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Sat Apr 10, 2010 5:03 am
by Eeteuk
What website can i download: the legend of sword and fairy full version, without paying or registering?
please help!!
send me the links at: lee_teukie@hotmail.com
please!!!
thanks!
=]

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 1:08 pm
by Chibi Jennifer
Eeteuk wrote:What website can i download: the legend of sword and fairy full version, without paying or registering?
please help!!
send me the links at: lee_teukie@hotmail.com
please!!!
thanks!
=]

Hi there :)
This isn't really the topic to place this question. All game download related questions belong in the Goodies and Download thread: viewforum.php?f=9

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:21 pm
by Karanja
If they take the game as base...why didn't they made the happy ending from the game for the drama? -.- it was so sad when I watched the end :cry:

Re: Differences between GAME and DRAMA

Posted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 3:30 pm
by Chibi Jennifer
I think sad endings are more memorable than a happy one..