Qin Dynasty Epic 大秦赋 Episode 14 Recap
Wang Wan had heard of Li Si’s name for a long time and admired Li Si very much. He wanted to recommend Li Si to Lu Buwei, but Li Si refused. Early in the morning, Zheng Huo discovered that there was a writing written by Li Si on the wall outside the door of Xiangfu. He was about to erase it, but Lu Buwei saw it. Lu Buwei learned that Zheng Huo had driven Li Si away, and ordered Zheng Huo to invite Li Si back immediately. Zhao Ji called Lu Buwei into the palace and wanted to win Lu Buwei. Lu Buwei felt extremely uncomfortable.
Zheng Huo invited Li Si into the prime minister’s house, but Li Si wanted to live in the lower house. Zheng Huo was afraid that Lu Buwei would blame him, so he finally sold one thousand gold, and Li Si agreed to move to the upper house. Lu Buwei entertained Li Si with the standard of the guest. Gan Luo was jealous, and repeatedly asked questions to make things difficult for Li Si. Li Si’s answer was appreciated by Lu Buwei. Ying Zheng put the six kingdoms into the hall, saying that if which country is destroyed, which country will be taken off.
The Queen Mother Huayang and Yangquan Jun Mi conspired to establish Cheng Yu as the prince. It turned out that the content written in the silk book was Chu State’s support for Cheng Yu as the king, which also became the wish of Hua Yang Queen Mother. With the backing of Chu, the Empress Dowager Huayang felt that she was bound to win. Cheng Yu was the blood of South Korea and the royal family of Qin. She would never allow Qin, who had worked so hard to manage and prosper by the Queen Mother, to be taken away.
Ying Zi Chu, who made the decision, called Ying Zheng to his side. He was increasingly dealing with government affairs, but he didn’t realize that his child had grown up. Ying Zi Chu Yu earnestly warned Ying Zheng, I hope he can let Da Qin take a different path. .
Ying Zheng rushed all the way, even if he knocked down his attendants, it was hard to hide his excitement. He couldn’t wait to inform Zhao Ji about the victory of Chu Yuli, the prince, and Zhao Ji cried with joy. The mother and son hugged each other, and the days of being under the fence for many years were about to endure.
Outside Hangu Pass, Li Si enters Qin to prepare for his grand aspirations. Lu Buwei prepared for the military parade and handed the tiger charms to the general Mengwu himself. The military parade even required 10,000 elite armors. Lu Buwei was worried that the family banquet would change, and even more so that Meng Tian and Meng Yi stayed in step to ensure the safety of Ying Zheng. Chunshen Jun kept seeing the Queen Mother secretly and kept Lu Buwei in his heart. He was worried that Qin State would change and had to beware.
The royal family banquet arrived as scheduled, and the guests gathered. The Queen Mother Huayang arranged for an actress to insult Zhao Ji, and Ying Zheng was angry and killed him. In front of the Great King’s Frame, Qin Law was not allowed to kill people in public, and Ying Zi Chu ordered Ying Zheng and Zhao Ji to be imprisoned temporarily in the Xue Palace, and he also vomited blood into a coma. Winning Zichu knew that he was dead soon and wanted to pass Lu Buwei, but the queen mother ordered to surround the king’s palace and not let anyone go out to pass the pass.
The Empress Dowager Huayang took the opportunity to take control of the royal city to launch a coup, and ordered Yang Quanjun to spread a rumor that Ying Zheng was not the birthplace of the winning son, Chu, and inserted Mi Qi and Mi Dian into Lu Buwei’s forces to stay behind. This failed Mi’s family still has a silver lining.
Tai Hua Yang went to Ying Zi Chu’s bedroom, let Ying Zi Chu Licheng become the prince, and exiled Ying Zheng. Ying Zichu became more ill by the empress dowager Huayang, vomiting blood in a trance.
Ying Xi threatened Xue Gong’s guards to meet Zhao Ji, and asked Zhao Ji Yingzheng personally if he was the king’s own flesh and blood. Zhao Ji was angry and slapped several slaps in the victory and threatened to hit anyone who dares to tarnish the reputation of the king.