FYC 148: Holding Up Half the Sky

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Had the indentation been used to conceal someone, then there would be no doubt that back when everyone had been paying attention to the Longevity Palace, the Crown Prince’s carriage had been secretly tampered with. Someone with an unfathomable motive could hide within, then wait for a moment halfway through the trip to act against the Crown Prince — assassination would have been the quickest, most convenient method.

However, at the same time, if the Prince had died in the carriage, the assassin wouldn’t have been able to escape. From them, others would have easily been implicated, and the mastermind wouldn’t be getting away.


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4 thoughts on “FYC 148: Holding Up Half the Sky

  1. Count Sui, come on, spill the beans. What were you going to do in bed that you looked so indignant when an uninvited guest Wei Mao appeared out of nowhere??!!


  2. I won’t try to guess why Sui Zhou’s upset, it’s obviously a mystery for the ages. What can happen when to grown people go to bed together? Nothing! That’s what! It fades to black and then it’s the morning. Nothing happens. Nothing to see. Please move along…

    I’m horribly curious about the compartment in the Prince’s carriage. I have a few guesses but nothing completely convincing…

    Thank you for the translation!


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