Former aide of Kizui at the Fengshui temple.
(I really like him!!!)
Leader of the [Daimyou*(Tai Ming?) Fengshui] religious cult faction.
Has radical ideaologies.
(unclear about the reading, when I get to him, there will
probably be furigana for the name, ‘till then let’s pretend it says daimyou)
A young boy who carries the [Blue Raven] faction’s fengshui
board. Second in command as well as Shu Onsei’s disciple.
The imperial court’s beautiful fengshui official. Is a bit
of a nervous-wreck but specializes in romance divination.
Eishou’s diligent, loyal-seeming aide. He sometimes displays
very suspicious actions, however…
these guys were a lot easier and faster to translate…hmmm.
Fuusui Tengi: prologue & character introductions.
I tried my best to translate it, but I’m sure some parts are a little off or strange (marked by asterisks) ;;;… Anyway…….dang. Three hours for just the prologue and character descriptions, am I the slowest reader or what (even if translations do require a lot of brain power…)?
Also, sorry for grammar errors; I’m half awake right now.
I still remember the sound of rain hitting my umbrella.
The hydrangeas that day were reddish-purple and in full bloom.
Dropplets were falling onto the leaves and the snails above them
with their swirl-shaped shells were moving ever so
slowly. I was probably facinated with them.
“Hey, big brother, there is an itty-bitty snail here!” exclaims
a young boy. He had just turned five that year and was estatic
over having found a snail the size of his little finger.
Next to the little boy is his older brother. He flings his own
luxurious umbrella onto his shoulders while the little brother
points at the snail. The older brother is around ten years of
age* and posseses very intellectual-looking features.
“It’s probably this fellow’s family. Let’s take them home,”
says the brother as he tears off the leaf.
The little boy holds up a large vase from his lap and hands it
to his older brother. The vase stuffed with many leaves now
contains several snails, crawling and moving at leisure.
In the cobbled walkways of the garden, one other older brother
tears off a branch from a tree and twirls it around as he strolls along.
His skin is tanned and radiant looking. Out of the three brothers
he is the tallest but in terms of age he is actually in the middle.
“What are you doing inching and sneaking around like that for?!”
yells the middle brother.
“I’m looking for snails!” says the little boy as he smiles and rises to his feet to show off the jar to his brother.
The middle brother peeks into the pot while brandishing the stick
on his shoulders. His face warps into disgust upon the sight.
“I hate slugs, they’re similar to old geezers all the likes. How disgusting!”*
“You’re wrong brother…they’re not slugs…” In his sadness, a tiny drop of tear appears from the corner of the little
The eldest brother begins to get anrgy and shoves the middle
brother on his shoulder.
“You’re so annoying! If you’re going to be a pest, go play
“What’s wrong with you, playing with bugs is what little kids
do!” yells the eldest brother to the middle brother. The
brothers thus start to fight.
As his two older brothers roll and scuffle in the mud, the
little boy is at a loss on what to do. Clutching onto the
vase, the little boy starts to cry loudly however, from the murky skies, rain begins to pour incessantly, washing away all
his salty tears. In the downpour, the discarded and forgotten umbrellas somehow ended up pilling ontop of one another…..
Looking back, those never-ending carefree days were pure bliss. I thought they
would go on to last forever…
From the fengshui board appears a thumb-sized
self-proclaimed sennin (immortal). After chattering
about Fengshui there doesn’t seem to be anyone
better than him…!?
The neglected eighth child of the Suu family.
Has a gentle personality. His good point is playing
with insects to avoid being bullied.*
A tendency to look like he wants to run away, nobelmen
Kizui is the second oldest child. He hates being compared
to the eldest brother (Suu Eishou) the most.
The serious and diligent eldest child (Crown Prince).
His biggest problem is being too busy dealing with
government affairs on behalf of his father.
Former gatekeeper. A hot-blooded, foul mouthed man who
often gets into fights.
Lowest ranked queen. A helpful person who needs a
little more luck in love.
Kizui sounds like such a prick so far…XD;;;;;
Man, I want to cry, only able to read at this pace…what am I going to do with the remaining 200 pages…;;;;;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;; sobb…kanji everywhere…everywhere…