Qin Shi Ming Yue: Bai Bu Fei Jian

Qin's Moon: Hundred Steps Flying Sword

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English: Qin's Moon: Hundred Steps Flying Sword
Synonyms: Qín Shí Míng Yuè, The Legend of Swordsman, Qin's Moon, Qin Shi Ming Yue
Japanese: 秦时明月


Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 14, 2007 to Feb 23, 2007
Premiered: Winter 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Novel
Genres: ActionAction, FantasyFantasy
Themes: HistoricalHistorical, Martial ArtsMartial Arts
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.321 (scored by 462462 users)
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Ranked: #70472
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Popularity: #8266
Members: 3,060
Favorites: 14

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Set during the Qin Dynasty in ancient China, a brave assassin attempts to kill the Emperor to save his homeland. However, the assassin fails and in retaliation, the Emperor sends his troops to kill his eight year old son. A highly skilled swordsman intervenes and rescues the boy. After their escape from the forces of the Emperor, they embark on a journey to change the destiny of the empire while encountering several friends and foes along the way.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Ying, Zheng




Li, Si


Gao, Yue


Xiang, ShaoYu



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Opening Theme

"Moonlight" by Anson Hu

Ending Theme

"Feelings Moved 情动" by Crystal Butterfly 水晶蝴蝶乐队

Apr 21, 2011
sapphiresky (All reviews)
"Massacre is never the reason to become strong. This word 侠 reads "chivalrous hero". If a person must defeat another in order to prove themselves, they've already lost. The right part of this word reads "human". It represents the actions and behaviours of a person. And on the right, the word reads "double-layered". It is made up of a big "human" with two little "humans". What it means is that a strong person should help those who are small and frail."

Firstly - Season 3 is absolutely the best season so far. I would want it to be its own series almost, because the quality improved read more
Feb 11, 2013
PandaLovingTaco (All reviews)
"All of you evil bastards who only know how to sneak attack. I'm not going to be defeated by all of you! Uncle once said, a strong person must make their friends and kin feel safe and free of worry..."
-Season 4, Episode 33

The Legend of Qin tells the story of the fall and rise of the Qin dynasty, and during this time, Jing Tianming, along with his uncle and friends, struggle to find peace in this dangerous time in the world.

In the Legend of Qin, anybody will be amazed by the read more
Dec 22, 2012
jeswingodwin (All reviews)
Qin's Moon is a historical, super action(swords, martial arts, spears and many others), adventure and comedy anime. One of the most exciting thin in the anime is the characters (lot of awesome characters).

Epic story (with best action I have ever seen !! Believe it or not I have seen most of the good action anime's)
The Idea of the story on chivalry are very good. It has good bit of romance. There are few girls in the anime who are very attractive beyond my imagination(exception art).

About the protagonist Tianming, he is a small kid who is mischievous, not read more

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