The objective of this episode was to introduce to us a new secondary character. I’m not sure why, in the general scheme of things, although this character is very strong and interesting, he is relatively pointless to the overall story. The character is called Qiu Fei and he’s played excellently by Di Zilu
Chen Guo needed to learn how to communicate with Ye Xiu now that she knows his identity. There were some painful reminiscences of the relationship between his old friends that started Jiashi and a resulting confrontation.
The production was marvelous but I’m not sure the viewing audience were that bothered about how Tiny Herb were nurturing their next Team Captain. It had great game graphics as usual, but was a little lacking in gripping story-line
Episode 5 Review: This episode helped us better understand the characters that are portrayed in the show and we didn’t get the same feeling that Ye Xiu was such a smug git in this one. In fact, he was much more laid back.
There is a lot of excitement about the amazing animated tv show called: The King’s Avatar (Chinese: 全职高手; pinyin: Quánzhí Gāoshǒu) aka Quan Zhi Gao Shou. This provides background info and news in preparation for the release of Season 2 and the Live-Action series