Immortals, gods, demons, princes and generals; dragon girls hold lamps, and the cups hold the sea.
Wild foxes practice Zen, and fierce tigers realize Taoism; they swim in the North Sea in the morning, and go to Cangwu in the evening.
Immortals and gods survive, and demons establish a country.
These originally had nothing to do with Qi Wuhuo.
And Qi Wuhuo, who always saw square characters in his dreams, only thought about being able to participate in the spring test in the coming year.
Until when he was making yellow rice rice, an old man gave him a jade pillow, which made him have a long dream.
Huang Liang has a dream.
Huang Liang awakened from his dream and broke his heart, and since then he has opened the door to practice.
The golden crow flies, and the jade rabbit leaves.
One grain of millet in the three realms, the dust of the mountains and rivers for several years.
Pass the sword leisurely through the downtown.
No one knows that I am a real fairy.