Character listed in their appearance order:
Ye Ling Yue (Red Thirteen) – main female lead of the story. Retard girl regained her sanity after smashing her head into the black cauldron
Wang Gui – servant of Ye Qing that likes to bully the female lead.
Wang Qiang – Wang Gui’s father and a steward of the Ye family.
Ye Qing – main female lead’s cousin, also her bully.
Granny Liu – the old granny caretaker of the main female lead and her mother.
Ye Huang Yu (Gu Huang) – female lead’s mortal mother. She was abandoned by her husband and critically injured at the same time, hindering her recovery for years until Ye Ling Yue healed her.
Ye Huang Cheng – uncle of the female lead and the first enemy they encounter.
Ye Gu – the Ye family head and female lead’s grandfather.
Mr. Red Mist – the immortal alchemist and previous owner of the black cauldron in Ling Yue’s hand.
Venerable Poison Hand Jade – Red Mist’s lover and the founder of the ghost needles.
Little Squeak – Ling Yue’s fox pet.
Ye Yin Shuang – female lead’s older sister cousin. Daughter of the second uncle and older than Ling Yue by one year.
Ye Ning = a girl from the branch family who challenged Ling Yue at the family competition.
Ye Liu One – Ye Qing’s sister and the current most talented child of this generation.
Ye Huang Shu – second uncle and father to Yin Shaung. In charge of guarding the martial shrine.
Ye Saint – eldest grandson in the family and Ye Huang Yun’s son.
Ye Huang Yun – the eldest son of the the Ye family and the one to suggest Ling Yue taking part in the family business.
Master Lian – the evil Quasi Achemist who tried to kill Ye Gu at his birthday party. He’s part of the Immortal Alchemist Cult from the central plains sent to spy on the Da Xia kingdom.
Song Mo Shi – the house master of the song house.
Big Yellow – the vicious dog adopted by Ling Yue
Song Han – the second son of Song Mo Shi
Song Guang Zhi – the strongest of the young generation in the Song family.
Wu Chong – golden masked man that first appeared inside the volcano.
Mr Mu (yellow clothed elder) – the caretaker for the Phoenix manor.
Feng Shen – the drowning boy saved by Ling Yue, lord of the Phoenix Manor located at Zi Zhu street.
Ye Huang Xuan – fifth uncle in the Ye family and the one staying at Glass City year round.
Master Huang – the alchemist who got poisoned by the Ice Freezing liquid at the restaurant by Ling Yue.
Master Song – the alchemist who got poisoned a the restaurant by Ling Yue and eventually lost his lower half.
President Liao (Mr. Mo Chen) – the president of the alchemist branch inside Glass City.
Chen Hong Ru – the number one senior alchemist in North Qing
Master Chang – the fatty alchemist who came to receive Ling Yue when she first entered pagoda in Glass City.
Lan Caier – the woman in red and god sister to Ling Yue
Tyrant Three Fist – the hitman encountered by Ling Yue after the auction in the alleyway.
Lan Ying Wu – Lan Caier’s father.
Ye Xuan (Second Rank Court Madam) – Lan Caier’s mother name.
Wen Ce – the steward to Lan Ying Wu
Sha Zhan – the young gang boss in the Mountain Sea Gang
Sha Kaung – the real boss of the Mountain Sea Gang and father to Sha Zhan
Hong Fang = Ling Yue’s mortal father and a very bad one at that.
Zhu Ge Rou – Hong Fang’s current wife and the one that caused Ye Huang Yu to be divorced.
Hong Yu Ying – the eldest daughter of Zhu Ge Rou, she has a twin brother.
Hong Ming Yue – the youngest daughter of Zhu Ge Rou and Hong Fang.
Hong Yu Long – the son of Zhu Ge Rou and Hong Fang, and first member of the Hong House to encounter Ling Yue.
An Ming Xia – the girl that own a share in Drunken Immortal and didn’t want Ling Yue to sell her monkey wine int he restaurant.
Fang Hao – the evil alchemist hiding inside Governor Lan.
Marquise Wu (Gu Cangtian) – the leader of the civilian faction in Da Xia and tutor of Lan Ying Wu.
Yanche – the big hunk Ling Yue picked up in the slave market.
Longyu – the old alchemist in Da Xia’s alchemist association headquarter. The one Ling Yue scammed with a page from the Red Mist codex.
Dao Nu – the reincarnation master by Feng Shen’s side.
Nangong Qinglin – the daughter of General Gold Sword. She’s the one that lent Ling Yue the wolf outside the alchemist building.
Nangong Liang – General Gold Sword, the guy that took Lan Ying Wu’s post in the court after his departure.
Liu Cheng – the boy Ling Yue saved from being schemed against on the first day she visited the Grand Martial Hall.
Feng Xue – the daughter of a military commander and the girl Ling Yue befriended in the Grand Martial Hall.
Yu Zhao – the boy making trouble for Liu Cheng when Ling Yue first arrived at the Grand Martial Hall. Son of the Minister of Rite.
Sir Qing – the eldest son of Marquise Qing, a founding official of the Da Xia kingdom.
Granny Zhang – the granny who caused Ling Yue to become a mentally challenged girl by tossing the baby her to the ground.
Imperial Consort Luo (Luo Wan Wan) – she’s the mother of the evil crown prince of Da Xia and connives to take over the court through treacherous means.
Deputy Commander Chiyan – the royal guard captain protecting Da Xia’s queen and the sixth prince. He’s a high tempered warrior.
Xia Hou Qi – the sixth prince of Da Xia.
Liu Yun Xiu (Queen) – the name of Da Xia’s queen.
Xia Hou Hong – the fourth prince’s name.
Cui Shi – the mother of An Ming Xia and owner of the Fairy Square.
Master Boundless Ocean – the very good drinker at the contest and will eventually work for Ling Yue as her wine maker.
Master Jia Hou – the only senior alchemist of Da Xia whose always out traveling.
Xia Hou Yuan (king) – King of Da Xia.
Yao Yao (Court Lady Yao) – the beautiful woman offered up by Consort Luo to the king. She’s a disciple of the man in the mirror.
Yang Qing – the leader of the Sha Sect, second largest underground power in the capital.
He Lao San – the hump back old man Ling Yue met in the Treasure Cave auction.
He Lao Er – the second brother who specializes in the spirit force.
Madam Lai – the seller of poison ingredients in the Treasure Cave and has a lot of toad warts on her face.
Sir Gu – the one making trouble for Madam Lai and wanted to kill his own father in-law.
The four big Marquise of Da Xia that sides with the noble faction
Marquise Zhen Yuan (Hong family) – the marquise of the Hong family and Ling Yue’s grandfather. This family leads the noble faction in Da Xia. (Zhen Yuan means suppress far away)
Marquise An Gou – The An family which An Ming Xia hailed from.(An Gou means calming the state)
Marquise Wei Meng – the third biggest among the four
Marquise Chang Ping –
Names of places and organizations in their order:
Country of Da Xia – the country female lead lives in.
Autumn Maple Town – the town female lead grew up in.
Seven Star Mountain – a mountain outside of Autumn Maple Town where female lead finds the ape wine.
Grand Mist Sky / Red Mist Sky – Ling Yue’s dimensional space inside the couldron.
Qiaochu quarter – the quarter in which Ling Yue and her mother is staying in inside the eastern manor of the Ye house after being recognized by the family.
Northern Seven Slope Mine – the best mine on seven star mountain.
Treasure Assembly Hall – the fifth floor of the Profit House where people can consign items for sale.
Sophora quarter – the quarter Ling Yue is staying in at Glass City.
North Qing – the kingdom where Feng Shen hailed from
Dream Cloud Marsh – the marsh where Ling Yue will find the cauldron piece.
Drunken Immortal – the restaurant owned by Ling Yue and Lan Caier.
Fairy Square – the restaurant owned by An Ming Xia’s mother in the royal capital.
Hong Qing Yun – the current head of the Hong House and the bad grandfather to Ling Yue.
Grand Martial Hall of Da Xia – the martial school for noble kids in the capital.
Court of Justice – the place where a sixth rank or higher government official can seek justice if they are wronged by a person in higher authority.
Hundred Phoenix Wing – the location where Ling Yue attended the Ghost Festival banquet.
Hot Spring Palace – the hot spring location where Ling Yue became cornered by Hong Feng and had to rely on Feng Shen to help.
Morning Flower Wing – the residence of the queen in the palace. Also the place where Ling Yue gets ambushed in the corridor.
Life Taking Hall – the number one organization of Da Xia’s capital.
Sky Armor Sect – the sect Zhu Ge Rou hailed from.
Sha Sect – second largest underground power in the capital city.
Star Astro Tower – the alchemist tower in North Qing.
Names of families in their order:
Ye Household – the female lead’s mortal family
Song household – the opposing family in Autumn Maple Town
Hong household – Ling Yue’s EX-family from the father’s side, very evil.
Skills and materials in their appearance order:
Black cauldron – a magical cauldron that went into the main female leads hand.
Lightning Burst Fist – the basic fundamental martial art skill used by the Ye family, also a ninth grade martial technique.
Vitality Condensing Grass – the herb brought back by Ling Yue’s mother, also the first herb to be planted in the Grand Misty Sky.
Qingmu fruit – the fruit used for making liniment, a bruise rubbing alcohol
Hundred Fruit Monkey Wine / Hundred year monkey wine – the wine Ling Yue found in the deep tree hole and once refined, it will improve in quality.
Xuan Yuan Jade – the green jade piece dropped by Ye Qing and later snatched up by Ling Yue.
Heaven Sundering Strike – the technique used by Ye Gu to stop the fight between Ling Yue’s mom and Ye Qing’s dad.
Bone Splitting Claw Strike – another ninth grade martial technique, first used in the family competition by Ye Ning.
Xuan Yuan Jade – a low class spirit jade capable of gathering the Yuan energy in the air for the user when worn.
Xuan Yin Jade – a mid class spirit jade capable of gathering the Dark Yin energy in the air for the user.
Jade Flower Hand – Ling Yue’s first technique she chose from the martial hall
Sky clearing footwork – another basic martial technique inside the martial hall.
Red Yang Ginseng – the plant found in the volcano.
Ice Freezing Grass – the grass used to cause rust in the mine and eventually refined into poison by Ling Yue
Fire Viper Egg – the first poisonous item Ling Yue buys at the Profit House
Blue Patterned Xuan Yin Dan Pills – made by using the Xuan Yin Jade ores
Dragon Saliva Metal – the mysterious ore Ling Yue got from the Ye family treasury.
Hundred year old Aloeswood (incense wood) – the incense wood that appeared during Ling Yue’s first auction house visit.
Withered Wood Vine – the special herb needed when processing the Dragon Saliva Metal.
Five Treasure wine – concocted by using five different poisonous herbs and bugs together.
Moon Iron – also known as perfect Yuan Iron. This is the result of refining a yuan iron ore to its limit and creating a super Yuan iron.
Demonic Ghost Miasma – the green smoke technique Ling Yue got from the evil alchemist she killed in the alleyway.
Blood daggers – the red daggers Ling Yue picked up after finishing off Master Lian in the alleyway.
Nine Dragons Howl – the sword from Ye Nameless. The materials required are as follow: Ancient dragon’s blood, phoenix tail feather, nine leaf pearl clover, meteor iron, inner core earth fire, and a five element cauldron as the instrument.
Farsight Eye – the skill Ling Yue got from her ancestor through the jade carving. Ability to perceive the elements of living creatures and objects.
Emperor class technique, Nine Heaven’s first move: Dispersing Rain Cloud – Golden masked man (Wu Chong) first attack.
Emperor class technique, Nine Heaven’s second move: Twin Dragons Attack- Golden masked man (Wu Chong) second attack.
Blink Shield – the defense technique Ling Yue got from president LIao.
Thunder Seed – the deadly bomb grenades Ling Yue got from Sha Kaung back in Glass City. Capable of making a giant explosion.
Ghost Tongue – the second skill in the thirteen needle technique. This one makes the victim go into a confused state and start telling the truth.
Tablet Breaking Hand – the Lan family’s signature technique which Lan Caier demonstrated on Yanche when they met.
Scarlet Yang Dan pills – helps a upper celestial martialist in growing into the Dan Realm.
Beauty Cosmetic Dan pills – helps a women improve their beauty.
Seventh rank Soul Renewal Dan Pill – the pill Feng Shen brought out for Ye Huang Yu when she’s injured. A pill capable of solving all sorts of injury.
Nine Phoenix Change – the martial art given to Ling Yue by Marquis Wu. Meant to train the body starting from the lower celestial realm.
Fire Wind Palm Strike – the skill used by Chiyan when he attempts to rescue the queen from the sixth prince that night.
Coagulating Roselle – the flower used to poison the sixth prince. When mixed with deer meat, the fragrance will cause hallucinations.
Seven Heart Dan Pill – the pill Ling Yue was tasked to make during the alchemist competition with Lady Yao.
Hundred Fragrance Dan pill – the pill Lady Yao brought out to test Ling Yue int he third round.
Lovesickness Grass – the herb added into the Yao Yao’s pill to seduce the king.
Brilliant Star Astrolabe – the future seeing disk item given to Yao Yao by the man int he mirror.
King’s Aura – the soul scripture training method created specifically for Feng Shen by the king of North Qing.
Organ Ruining Dan pills – the pills made by Madam Lai for Sir Gu to poison his father in-law.
Sunlight Palm Hand – the skill used by He Lao San to stop Sir Gu in the Treasure Cave.
Monster names in the order of their appearance:
Metal Armed Ape – the big gorilla monkey that attacked Ling Yue during her mountain training.
Black Forest Panther – the first wild beast Ling Yue encountered during the mountain hunt contest.
Silver Claw Eagles – the overlords of the cliffs in the sever star mountain.
Golden Snake Earthworm – the blind snake monster Ling Yue met in the volcano cave. A fourth rank spirit beast.
Xuan Yin Jade Scorpion – the scorpion she encountered inside the well.
Female Ghost Spider – the spider in the marshes that gives the key ingredient for the Five Treasure wine.
Golden Horn Python – the snake encountered by Ling Yue when she went to steal the phoenix egg
Winged Iron Claw Wolf – the pet Ling Yue killed outside the alchemist association build in the capital. It tried to toss her off when the owner whistled.
Flaming Cloud Panther – the spirit beast hatched from the egg Ling Yue picked for Feng Xiu.
Moon Falcon – the spirit beast hatched from the egg Ling Yue picked for Liu Cheng.
Yin-Yang Carp – the carps Ling Yue got from the pet shop.
Strongest four powers in Glass City
Governor manor – the home of the governor in the prefecture and is backed by the military.
Alchemist Association – the branch inside the glass city and controls most of the dan pill selling in glass city.
Profit House – the biggest merchandise shop in Glass City and acts as the auction house.
Gang of Mountain Sea – the biggest gang in glass city and enemy.
Yuan energy – the energy used by cultivators.
Dark Yin energy – the opposite energy of Yuan energy, the evil and dark type like Yin and Yang.
Spirit force – the power used by alchemists to control their cauldron and stuff.
quasi alchemist – lowest/
Alchemist – middle ground and is divided into 1 cauldron to nine cauldron.
Senior Alchemist – the highest rank. (Soul cauldron -> real cauldron)
Earth (second highest)
Black (third highest)
Yellow (fourth highest
Dan pill grading system
Blue – lowest
Yellow – second lowest
Red – the third lowest, also known as the gateway grade.
Different Manual names
(Five Poison Manual)
(Red Mist Codex)
Cultivation levels by their order:
constitutional cultivator domain – There are nine ranks in this level and this focuses on cultivating the physical body.
lower celestial (Houtian) – the first step into cultivating the inner energy of a martialist. There are three stages: beginning, intermediate, and peak.
upper celestial (Xiantian) – the advance stage in cultivating one’s inner energy. There are three stages: beginning, intermediate, and peak.
Dan Realm – the stage after the celestial realm
Small Dan (Dark Dan) and Big Dan (Light Dan)
Reincarnation Realm – the stage after the Dan Realm
Avatar Realm – the stage after the Reincarnation Realm
Void Realm – the stage after the Avatar Realm
ghosts and gods – the stage after the Void Realm