The Relics of Gods Trivia

Guest post: Lu Delong Character Interview

I spent days making this map, but somehow it’s not in the book at the moment. I told my publisher about this and they said they would fix it….I hope they do. Anyway the map was supposed to be like this:

Tibet not really included. Those clouds were meant to reflect how the people generally thought of that place...they think it's pretty far away and removed from them indeed

Tibet not really included. Those clouds were meant to reflect how the people generally thought of that place…they think it’s pretty far away and removed from them indeed


Character Names

Anyhow…if you didn’t buy the print version you probably didn’t see how the characters’ names are supposed to be written (not to mention some accents didn’t show on the Kindle Version)

Lù​ Délóng (陸德隆)—A half-yao and former member of Cloud Fortress Sect.

Yǎ​qín (雅琴)—A fox yao who is over 400 years old and a good friend of Delong’s.

Hé Zhāoyáng (何招陽)—Yaqin’s human husband.

Cāngjí (蒼極)—Pronounced Tsang-ji. A mysterious immortal.

Zhōu Rúyān (周如煙)—Delong’s master in Cloud Fortress Sect.

Qíxiáng (祺祥)—the founder of Cloud Fortress Sect.

Wáng Wǔ (王武)—Big shot patron and enthusiastic collector with lots of money to spare.

Gāo Běnyīn (高本陰)—Weapons master for the Black Moon Sect.

Qaraaltan (ᠺᠠᠷᠠᠠᠯᠲᠠᠨ)—a powerful wolf spirit who is over a thousand years old and the current ruler of the yao kingdom.

Liáng Jǐng​wén​ (梁景文)—an information broker on good terms with Delong. Member of the Shadow Web Society.

Jīn Zhìxián (金智賢)—a spirit-hater who’s also an ex-daoshi and mercenary like Delong. Used to be from Nine Stars Sect.

Qín Xiù​tíng​ (秦秀婷)—a fiery ex-daoshi who was on the run from her sect for murder.

Gǔ Chéngxīng (古誠興)—a former master-level daoshi from Clear Jade Sect.

Xuánshé (玄蛇)—An ancient snake god who is the other half of Xuanwu.

Mengdang Nil—The ghost leader of Lingci Village

Mò’lí (墨離)—a shadow fiend Delong met on a mission.

Odgerel (ᠥᠳᠭᠡᠷᠡᠯ)—a human shaman Delong meets in the northern khanate.

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