Sword Stained With Royal Blood


Section:Chinese TV Series

Genre:Martial Arts

Number of Episodes:30

Average Rating:       (out of 6 ratings)


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Sword Stained With Royal Blood

Reviewed by: queenie_kitten February 03, 2009

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

Since there's a great synopsis below, I will omit the plot and character summaries and comment on the general adaptation and performances by the actors. ------------------------------------------ Overall, this series was quite entertaining and I rated it 3.5 out of 5. I thought using Bobbie Dou as play Yuan Cheng Zhi was a very good choice, he managed to portray the chivalry, courage and heroic aura of a martial arts hero and descendant of a patriotic general, very very well. It's difficult to...

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Sword Stained With Royal Blood

Reviewed by: tibbs101 November 19, 2008

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Overall This was a really great series. All the kung fu was really good, and the moves were well choreographed. Characters Yuan Cheng Zhi 5/5. Ching Ching 3/5 She was really annoying and looked really ugly when she cried. Ah Jiu 4.5/5 Some of her costumes were really bad, but her acting was great! He Tie Shou 5/5 She protrayed the evil character really well. Criticisms (spoiler alert!) The story was pretty smooth except for at the end when Ah Jiu left....

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Sword Stained With Royal Blood

Reviewed by: Komillia August 11, 2007

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Story The story is about Yuan Chengzhi, whose father was a commander in the Ming dynasty. After his father was unjustly executed by the emperor Chongzhen, Chengzhi is forced to flee. He ends up in Huashan where he learns martial arts under the tutelage of Mu Ren Qing. When Chengzhi is grown up, he leaves Huashan. Shortly afterwards he becomes involved in factions that rebel against Chongzhen. In his adventures he finds the grave of the Golden...

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Member Ratings


01-22-2014 03:44 PM


Nice drama..very good fighting

Apop Harris

03-11-2013 03:57 AM


The pros: Fighting scenes. Fast and believable swordplay choreography, not too many CGIs. Even though the main guy Yuan Chengzhi is never an interesting character to me, but the plots about Golden Snake Swordsman and An Jianqing are very engaging and well-acted. Very captivating at the first part. The cons: The well-developed and fast-paced beginning became draggy in the middle, to the point it was so unbearable to watch. The love story was lack of chemistry. Fortunately at the end it went back interesting again and that was enough to make this to be the best adaptation of Bi Xue Jian, so far.


01-06-2013 04:19 AM


I love this tv series with Vincent Jiao in it.This tv series is really good and awesome.I want to watch this tv series again.It was so cool.


05-07-2009 09:18 PM


I can only say that the half part of this series is quite interesting. However, the last half is dragging!! All actors play very well in the first half, but as storyline starts to get bored, all the actors' acting add to the boredom! Well, i was extremely entertained in the beginning, but half-way i almost fast-forward a lot of unimportant scenes with too much talking. Too bad it happens to classic series like this. Even the average reviews on this site give it 4/5, i can only give it 3/5 and i have been super generous already!!


03-21-2009 07:56 PM


no offense but I hate princess character, but I don't know who he love more JingJing or princess

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