EEWC Glossary

Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort Glossary

Updated up to Chapter 52

Cultivation System

聚气 – quqi, Qi collection levels 1-8
武者 – wuzhe, martial warrior
武士 – wushi, martial knight
武将 – wujiang, martial general
武王 – wuwang, martial king
武皇 – wuhuang, martial emperor
武尊 – wuzun, martial honour
武帝 – wudi, martial supreme
武圣 – wusheng, martial saint
武神 – wushen, martial god

Spiritual Ocean vs Spiritual Force

This is a clarification for these two terms from Chapter 32, since they might be easily confused!

Gu Ruoyun has a vast spiritual ocean, which acts like a reservoir for her Qi energy. She has to fill up this ocean to break through to the next rank, so it takes her a longer time to rank up. This gives her extra ‘stats boosts’ so that she can fight someone from a higher rank on the same level.

To the lower ranked Xiling mainland, they think that this makes her a good-for-nothing. However, she has a strong spiritual force, which is something like her mental strength. This is what Shiyun, the eldest Miss of Lianqi Sect, consumes for her cultivation method, and it turns all the people she consumes into idiots.

Thus, considering that she is a good-for-nothing because of her spiritual ocean, Hun Fei proposes that she serve the Lianqi Sect by offering up her great spiritual force to Shiyun.

Phew, what a long explanation~ Have a cute cat~ ฅ^•ﻌ•^ฅ

Relationship Diagram by Sith Kazar

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People (in order of appearance)

Gu Ruoyun (顾若云) / Xia Ruoyun (夏若云)

The main protagonist, holder of the Ancient Divine Pagoda. She was born as Xia Ruoyun in Dongyue mainland. Killed by her father Xia Ming for the Ancient Divine Pagoda, she was reincarnated into Gu Ruoyun’s body. Gu Ruoyun was previously a good-for-nothing who was beaten to death by her own grandfather. Xia Ruoyun took over her body after she died.

Xia Ming (夏明)

Xia Ruoyun’s father.
His surname means ‘summer’.

Xia Ruoyun’s Paternal Grandfather

Gave the Ancient Divine Pagoda to Xia Ruoyun.

Yun family in Dongyue mainland (云家)

Xia Ruoyun’s mother’s family. Killed by Xia Ming.
Their surname means ‘cloud’.

Lu Chen (陆沉)

Xia Ruoyun’s ex-lover. Betrayed Xia Ruoyun for the sake of power.
His surname means ‘land’, his name means ‘heavy’.

Xia Chuxue (夏初雪)

Xia Ruoyun’s younger sister from a different mother. Prophesied as the reincarnation of the Ancient Phoenix Zixie and the real owner of the Ancient Divine Pagoda.
Her name means ‘first snow’.

Xia Lingyu (夏霖钰)

Xia Ruoyun’s younger brother from the same mother. Weak from birth, unable to cultivate. Killed by Lu Chen. Xia Ruoyun calls him ‘Yu-er’ (钰儿).


— After reincarnation —


Gu Panpan (顾盼盼)

Gu Ruoyun’s cousin, daughter of her second uncle. Younger than Gu Xianglin.

Gu Xianglin (顾向林)

Gu Ruoyun’s cousin, son of her second uncle.

Gu Shengxiao (顾笙箫)

Gu Ruoyun’s older brother. A genius, left home to be a disciple to a very strong power. Pampered Gu Ruoyun while he was around.

Old General Gu (顾老将军)

Gu Ruoyun’s paternal grandfather. Beat the original to death after listening to the accusations of an outsider. The left general. At odds with the right general, General Luo.

Ling Yi (凌毅)

The Ling family head.

Young master Ling / Ling Xi (凌小少爷 / 凌熙)

Grandson of the Ling family head. Accused Gu Ruoyun of beating him up, causing her to be beaten to death by her grandfather.

Zixie (紫邪)

The companion beast of the Ancient Divine Pagoda, called the Ancient Phoenix. An extremely handsome man wearing purple, with a purple flame burning on his forehead.
His name means ‘purple evil’.

Jin Di (金帝)

Gu Ruoyun’s friend from Dongyue. His beauty can be compared to Zixie’s.
His name means ‘golden emperor’.

Luo Yin (罗音)

Gu Ruoyun’s best friend, about fifteen or sixteen. Has a perfect figure, with a face full of freckles (considered ugly in China). Daughter of General Luo.
Her name means ‘sound’.

General Luo / Luo Hongtian (罗将军 / 罗洪天)

Luo Yin’s father. The right general. At odds with the left general, Old General Gu.

Gu Tian (顾天)

Gu Ruoyun’s father, missing, presumed dead. Previously the number one talent in Qinglong.

Elder Yu (余老)

An in-house physician in Baishen Hall.

Shopkeeper Zhao (赵掌柜)

Shopkeeper in Baishen Hall.

Ling Yu (凌玉)

Ling Xi’s younger sister. Niece of the Imperial Concubine Ling.

Dongfang Shaoze / Young Master Dongfang (东方少泽 / 东方少主)

Gu Ruoyun’s mother’s younger brother. Young master of the Dongfang family.

Dongfang Yu / Liu Yu (东方玉 / 柳玉)

Gu Ruoyun’s mother, missing, presumed dead. Hid her identity and higher status to marry into the Gu family as Liu Yu.

Crown Prince / Leng Yanfeng (太子 / 冷言风)

The crown prince of Qinglong. Disciple of Lianqi Sect. Personal disciple of Hun Fei. Thinks that Gu Ruoyun is in love with him.

Imperial Concubine Ling (凌贵妃)

Most favoured concubine of the emperor. Aunt of Ling Xi and Ling Yu. As a concubine with her family name in her title, she is just two ranks below the empress.

Shi Yun (诗云)

Daughter of the Lianqi Sect’s sect master. Practises a long-lost art that mesmerises people, but needs to absorb mental strength from people to survive.

Her name means ‘poetic clouds’.

Elder Hun Fei (魂飞长老)

Elder of Lianqi Sect. Expert of Lianqi Sect. The crown prince’s master.

Elder Tian Lin (田林长老)

Elder of Lianqi Sect. Expert of Lianqi Sect.

Lin Xi (林西)

Ling Xi’s follower. Son of the assistant minister of the department of revenue. Beaten by Gu Ruoyun within the Heavenly Spirit formation.

Although it looks similar when romanised, his name is written with entirely different characters from Ling Xi.

Qianbei Ye (千北夜)

The male lead. King of spiritual beasts. Has amnesia. Shiyun has dreams of him. Called ‘Xiao Ye’ by Gu Ruoyun.

His surname means ‘thousand north’ and his name means ‘night’.

Second Master Gu (顾二爷)

Second son of General Gu, Gu Ruoyun’s uncle.

Second Madam (二夫人)

Wife of Second Master Gu. Was in love with Gu Tian, married into the Gu family to be near him. Hated Dongfang Yu for marrying the man she loved.

Xunfeng (寻风)

A member of the Mo Sect.


Lianqi Sect (炼器宗)

A powerful sect in the Xiling mainland. Their name is literally ‘Weapon Forging Sect’.
Known members:

  • Crown Prince Leng Yanfeng
  • Shiyun
  • Elder Hun Fei
  • Elder Tian Lin

Three Great Authorities (三大裁决地)

Some powers that govern how people of stronger countries behave in weaker countries.

Ling Sect (灵宗)

A powerful sect in the Xiling mainland. Ranked above the Lianqi Sect. Their name is literally ‘Spirit Sect’.
Gu Shengxiao rejected the invitation of the Lianqi Sect to become an inner disciple of the Ling Sect.
Known members:

  • Gu Shengxiao

Mo Sect (魔宗)

A rising power on the Xiling mainland. Formed by Gu Ruoyun to be her army and power. Their name is literally ‘Demon/Devil Sect.’
Will eventually rise to become the most powerful sect on the mainland, filled with elites.
Known members:

  • Gu Ruoyun
  • Xunfeng


Dongyue mainland (东岳大陆)

Where Xia Ruoyun was born in her previous life. Much stronger than Xiling mainland.

Xiling mainland (西灵大陆)

Where Gu Ruoyun was reborn.

Qinglong country (青龙国)

A country in Xiling.

Baishen Hall (百神堂)

Qinglong’s biggest medicinal hall. Previously in the hands of young master Dongfang. Currently owned by Gu Ruoyun. Literally ‘the hall of hundred gods’.

*Author changed the name of Baishen Hall to Baicao Hall around chapter 38. Will be keeping it as Baishen Hall for consistency.

Heavenly Spirit Formation (天灵阵)

A formation from the Lianqi Sect. Found to be from ancient times. Where Gu Ruoyun found Qianbei Ye.


  • timebun

    Waah, sorry for the late reply! I didn’t see this until now. I just updated the link! Thanks for the update~ :3

    • Sith Kazar

      No problem. 🙂

  • Sith Kazar

    If you want to, you can link to the relationship diagram I made and include it with the glossary. You can save and upload it yourself and it will not change or you can post the link and it will update whenever I add something new to it. Below is the link.

    • timebun

      I’ve added it into the glossary, thanks! 🙂