Mo Dao Zu Shi Q


The Founder of Diabolism Q

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Alternative Titles

English: The Founder of Diabolism Q
Japanese: 魔道祖师Q

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 30
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 31, 2020 to Jan 29, 2021
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: B.CMAY PICTURES
Source: Novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, HistoricalHistorical, SupernaturalSupernatural, MagicMagic
Duration: 5 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 8.161 (scored by 25932,593 users)
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Ranked: #3522
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Popularity: #4794
Members: 11,216
Favorites: 148
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Synopsis

The cultivation classes in the Cloud Recesses have started, and Wei Wuxian is as mischievous as ever. From getting in trouble for cheating to tempting the ever-so-cold and stoic Lan Wangji into breaking one of the three thousand strict rules of the Gusu Lan Clan—he's done it all. Although almost everything Wei Wuxian does is against Lan Wangji's principles, an unbreakable bond forms between the two.

This chibi spin-off is a refreshing compilation of the hilarious and adorable moments of Mo Dao Zu Shi that shows not only how impish Wei Wuxian can be, but also the bashful side of the icy Lan Wangji.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Wei, Wuxian

Main
Zhang, Jie
Japanese

Lan, Wangji

Main
Bian, Jiang
Japanese

Jiang, Wanyin

Supporting

Wen, Ning

Supporting

Lan, Sizhui

Supporting

Nie, Huaisang

Supporting
Liu, Sanmu
Japanese

Lan, Xichen

Supporting

Jiang, Yanli

Supporting

Jin, Ling

Supporting

Jiang, Fengmian

Supporting

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Mo Xiang Tong Xiu
Original Creator


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Feb 20, 2021
melodicrain (All reviews)
Mo Dao Zu Shi Q is funny, cute, and wholesome, pretty much exactly what’d you’d expect from a comedic chibi series based on a popular franchise. Each episode lasts about 5 minutes including the OP and ED, so the actual content of each episode is much shorter. It cuts out the angst of the series, leaving only relaxing moments and no actual plot. However, we do get to see new sides of the characters that are less pronounced in the main show.

At the end of the day, I know why I’m here, and you probably do too. It’s a fun watch, but don’t expect read more
Feb 25, 2021
Wi11ow13 (All reviews)
This is a recommendation to watch as well as a comment that the guiding voice of this series isn't a voice I think is funny though because the characters of MDZS are SO amazingly hilarious this series is funny. During the first episodes I was overwhelmed by how adorable the chibi characters are and how much fun this anime is. This changed when a couple of stale episodes focused on things I didn't want and in ways I didn't want them to and I started watching these overjoyed by the art and kind of content with the structure/content of the show. I was read more
Oct 25, 2020
Cindy-Uchiha (All reviews)
Preliminary
9/10 because, although it's nothing special, it lives up to its marketing. I personally hate cute chibi stuff, but I guess there's nothing else to do when you're obsessed with MDZS.

I really like the length of the episodes. It's quick, light and heartwarming. The sentence "This series hopes to heal the audience who loves the main story of Mo Dao Zu Shi, but were “injured” by the melancholy plot of the drama." is true. It heals with cuteness and gayness.

This chibi series is really like f*ck the censorship. I'm not even going to say anything else, just... is nobody going to mention the advertisement read more
Sep 23, 2020
susurro_void (All reviews)
Preliminary
This might seem contradictory considering my scores of the normal donghua, but this "chibi" version is light hearted and cute to the point where I have nothing bad to say about it. The episodes are short with "snapshots" of Wei Wuxian's adolescence.

My skin becomes hydrated every time I see an update for a new episode. The intro with the chibi dancing characters are so adorable I just want to pinch their cheeks.

I especially like how they're using quite a few details from the book's "extra chapters" (the fluffy ones, not the 18+ ones for obvious reasons lol) such as Wangji trying out fried read more

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