Wan Jie Xian Zong S4 review
In Season 4, a young mysterious half-immortal Ah Yun* chases Ye Xingyun for the portrait treasure inside of him that belongs to her sect.
Ning City is under attack from mysterious demons rumored to be from Tiangtan Tomb, King Qi makes his departure for Ning City.
Ye Xingyun's status as the 10th Qi Prince is revealed and stirs controversy between the Qinyu family and 9th Qi prince.
At the same time, Ye Yanran, Ah Yun, and Ye Xueyun prepare to battle against infamous assassin Bai Zhe - the young prince of King Wu who is
refining the dragon god.
The story has taken a nosedive in terms of progression. At this point, the story is just babble about some uncontrollable force
taking away the vitality of Ning City and gaining evil powers from the devil to get more power
at Tongtian Tomb to kill Ye Xingyun's prince friend. This cultivation series is on an endless cycle of problem, planning, resolution
which is a bit lackluster. It's also hard to find online especially in large 4hour segments (who wants to click next episode every 5 minutes 40 times...)
Art & Sound: 6/10
The art and sound have definitely improved this season at least. The infamous Ye Yanran screaming "Ye Xingyun... you-" is an iconic representation
of Wan Jie Xian Zong and very sacred. CGI quality wise, there is more texture and movement in the hair and clothing which is surprising they haven't
compromised on graphic quality. You can also visually see Ye Yanran's dissapointing frown in higher quality... /s
Apart from the introduction of Dragon god's spirit, there aren't many new character establishments this season. Furthermore, this season has more
focused on female lead characters Ye Yanran and Ah Yun so other characters haven't had the spotlight. Ye Xingyun's cultivation has finally progressed
but it'll stop in a few episodes after he learns the Qi family secret art that opens up the 8th meridian.
Not bad, not good. still worth watching if you enjoy Ye Xingyun playing impostors with everyone.