However, with recent developments happening in the last few episodes of the drama, it appears that the story is leaning more toward a tragic ending—good characters are dying, while enemies are winning.
Fans have been getting so upset with characters dying off that Jiu Lu Feng Xiang had to make a statement admitting that she had to change the script to fit certain requirements. She revealed that The Legends was first written as a episode drama, expanded from her original intention of 28 episodes. After adding more filler and story content for the additional 12 episodes, she received a sudden notice that the drama had been expanded to over 50 episodes.
In addition to more limitations being set, Jiu Lu Feng Xiang had no choice but to rewrite parts of the story.
As for what the ending will be post-edit… I have no idea. Many fans are upset to know that the drama would end tragically, as the original intent of the novel was for the characters to have a happy ending. There will also be another set of weekly challenges that are the same each week but will reset at the end of the week so you can complete them multiple times in a season. Each daily challenge completed will garner stars while three weekly challenges will get stars.
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Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends (Japanese: るろうに剣心 伝説の最期編, Hepburn: Rurouni Kenshin: Densetsu no Saigo-hen) is a Japanese jidaigeki. When URF indeed. We aren't quite ready to say the exact patch, but you can expect ARURF in some form by the end of this year, with some.
The second story involves a military group on their way to invade a distant star who end up disrupting a fencing duel that the participants have agreed will result in death-without resurrection. The last story is about a woman from a post-apocalyptic time of spartan asceticism and her young years-old?
The abundance of the End Times tests their devotion to the principles of their own time. They're good stories, certainly worth reading, and I believe this is the second collection. I wouldn't reject reading the first collection but since as mentioned it's not really my interest, I probably also wouldn't hunt the other collection s down. Part of the problem with the Dancers at the End of Time trilogy is that all the interesting characters — such as Mistress Christia, the Everlasting Concubine Who lives to have sex with everyone and has a dozen breasts , Lord Mongrove A sad hulking giant that lives only to be as miserable as possible and his home is a brooding castle in a storm ravaged land , Lady Charlotina Lives under lake Billy the Kid, and has rainbow colored skin , Bishop Castle Obsessed with religion and wears a Pope-hat ten feet tall , Duke of Queens Makes the most outrageous animal creations, puts wings on everything — are relegated to the background as they watch the main character travel through time to find true love.
So we have this extraordinary world, that is set aside for the most ordinary of stories. Legends from the End of Time rights this by telling a series of short stories about the characters of this far flung future of the 43rd I think. They get a chance to strut their stuff and explore what people would do given unlimited power, unlimited decadence, and want for nothing. The twist in Werther de Goethe's story left me stunned and disturbed with its brilliant setup. Bizarre and imaginative.
A time of no limits, no crime and no hard feelings. Only those who travel there have to adapt to the society or be trapped in unwanted torture. Once I got used to the style of writing, my mind began to illustrate the scenes and it became a ride.
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Jun 22, Charles Dee Mitchell rated it really liked it Shelves: lateth-century-sf. They're back! Those wacky hedonists Moorcock first wrote about in the trilogy Dancers at the End of Time. Those novels were published between and Legends has had various incarnations The Daw paperback I read contains three stories, but later editions have additional material. Moorcock's end of time is P. Wodehouse crossed with Douglas Adams and something more sinister that he himself brings to the mix. I am not sure how much sense any of what happens in the stories would make t They're back!
I am not sure how much sense any of what happens in the stories would make to some one not familiar with the novels.
Moorcock tosses in some background material by way of explanation, but the reader is pretty much expected to already understand the situation Earth is in these millions of years in the future. The population, as far as we can tell, has been reduced to a handful of humans who can alter the landscape as easily as they can change their hair color.
They have adopted high-sounding names of dukes and lords and ladies and live a life dedicated to entertainments put on for one another. They are bored, thoughtlessly cruel, supremely self-satisfied. They have their internal disputes, some desultory love affairs, and just go on.
Even death, if dealt with quickly enough, is merely a temporary inconvenience. The planet is dead and on life support from machines that still function in the ancient cities, machines that can suck the energy from entire star systems. This leaves the night sky, when they choose to make it visible, barely dusted with stars.
Time travelers and the occasional alien provide much of their entertainment. Those who don't mix in well get put in menageries. Going home is not an option because of something called the Morphail Effect. It seems the past doesn't want you back and is likely to reject you like a transplanted organ.
In one story a squadron of soldiers fighting Earth's war against Alpha Centauri find themselves among this fun-loving batch. Their resolve to keep in training for a war that has ended, in our favor, thousands of years in the past, is slowly eroded by the pleasures on hand. In the longest story, Daphins Armatuce, from the 24th century, arrives with her son, a sixty-year-old known as Snuffles.
She comes from a time that has only recently survived a near extinction event, and she lives by a spartan, secular, puritanism. She is outraged by the self-indulgence she witnesses, but can young Snuffles resist the temptations. After all, he is nearing his manhood. These three stories are entertaining but probably for End-of-Time completists only. Mar 24, Tamcamry rated it liked it. It was ok. Most of the stories in it were a little predictable.
It was also more of a companion story to his first End of Time story. I was surprised that he brought back the Fireclown character. He also set up the character of Miss Mavis Ming to be very annoying. That was his intention with her. The problem is that he did the job a little too well.
I hated reading about her. I did think that the Elric story was fantastic and very funny. I think that the reactions Elric had to the End of Time were exactly realistic. In the general timeline of the Eternal Champion, this story really had no effect. A short, shallow story about sin. Still, they're a nice coda to the series.