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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheavals in the imperial court during this period were actually (harem-wise) Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort and (court-wise) Gaozong's struggle to reclaim power from the officials thrusted upon him by his father.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheavals in the imperial court during this period were actually (harem-wise) Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort and (court-wise) Gaozong's struggle to reclaim power from the officials thrusted imposed upon him by his father.

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** Di Renjie is the Realist, as he strikes the balance between solving the cases and the welfare of the team.

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** Di Renjie is the Realist, as he strikes the balance between solving the cases and the welfare of the team.



* SinsOfOurFathers: Wanqing, TheMedic and Di's love interest, [[spoiler: is the daughter of Li Jiancheng, the former crown prince of Tang Gaozu, who was killed by Gaozong's father Taizong during the coup at Xuan Wu Gate. The first case Di handles in-series was related to a conspiracy involving the deaths of Li Jiancheng's concubines.]]

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* SinsOfOurFathers: Wanqing, TheMedic and Di's love interest, [[spoiler: is the a daughter of Li Jiancheng, the former crown prince of Tang Gaozu, who was killed by Gaozong's father Taizong during the coup at Xuan Wu Gate. The first case Di handles in-series was related to a conspiracy involving the deaths of Li Jiancheng's concubines.]]


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheavals in the imperial court during this period were actually (harem-wise) Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort and (court-wise) Gaozong's struggle to reclaim power from the officials thrusted upon him by his father.

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*AdaptedOut: Li (Shi)Ji. [[note]]He was the third official entrusted by Taizong to assist Gaozong, and it was him who provided great assistance to Wu Meiniang becoming empress consort by reminding Gaozong that making anyone empress is the emperor's "family affair" and the emperor need not listen to others before making his decision.[[/note]]
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheavals in the imperial court during this period were actually (harem-wise) (harem-wise) Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort and (court-wise) Gaozong's struggle to reclaim power from the officials thrusted upon him by his father.



* RedHerring: The series did accurately portray Zhangsun Wuji and Chu Suiliang as lording over Gaozong, but ultimately, neither posed any threat to either him or Di Renjie's team.

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* RedHerring: The series did accurately portray Zhangsun Wuji and Chu Suiliang as lording it over Gaozong, but ultimately, neither posed any threat to either him or Di Renjie's team.


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheaval in the imperial court during this period was actually Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheaval upheavals in the imperial court during this period was were actually (harem-wise) Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort.consort and (court-wise) Gaozong's struggle to reclaim power from the officials thrusted upon him by his father.


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*RedHerring: The series did accurately portray Zhangsun Wuji and Chu Suiliang as lording over Gaozong, but ultimately, neither posed any threat to either him or Di Renjie's team.

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*BittersweetEnding: The BigBad was defeated but [[spoiler: Mengyao was killed, Yuanfang went missing, while Wanqing left to live in a nunnery. The final scene of the series has Di riding out to find her.]]
*FourPhilosophyEnsemble:
**Di Renjie is the Realist, as he strikes the balance between solving the cases and the welfare of the team.
**Wang Yuanfang is the Cynic, as he has less qualms than Di when things have to be done.
**Tong Mengyao is the Optimist, as she often thinks that things will get better even in the most dire situations.
**Erbao is the Apathetic as he doesn't really care about the situation as long as he's helping his young master (Di).


* HistoricalInJoke: The ''fengshan'' ceremony failing to take place could be a subtle hint to the historical (and successful) ceremony Gaozong took part in. His particular ''fengshan'' ceremony was noteworthy as it was the only ceremony whereby two emperors took part (the other emperor being Wu Meiniang, the future Wu Zetian).

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* HistoricalInJoke: The ''fengshan'' ceremony failing to take place could be a subtle hint to the historical (and successful) ceremony Gaozong took part in. His particular ''fengshan'' ceremony was noteworthy as it was the only ceremony whereby in Chinese history where two emperors took part (the other emperor being Wu Meiniang, the future Wu Zetian).

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*HistoricalInJoke: The ''fengshan'' ceremony failing to take place could be a subtle hint to the historical (and successful) ceremony Gaozong took part in. His particular ''fengshan'' ceremony was noteworthy as it was the only ceremony whereby two emperors took part (the other emperor being Wu Meiniang, the future Wu Zetian).


* YoungFutureFamousPeople: Di Renjie and Wu Meiniang. Di would serve under Wu in his latter years as chancellor and confidante. Wu, of course, would be known as the only female emperor in Chinese history.

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* YoungFutureFamousPeople: Di Renjie and Wu Meiniang. Di would serve under Wu in his latter years as chancellor and confidante. Wu, of course, [[UsefulNotes/WuZetian would be known as the only female emperor in Chinese history.history]].


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Historically, by the start of the series, Li Zhi already had an empress (surnamed Wang), and it was Empress Wang who thought that it was a good idea to bring Wu Meiniang back from Ganye Temple, as Li Zhi was infatuated with Lady Xiao (holding the title of ''shufei''). Historically, Wu was also never made "guifei"; her highest rank before becoming empress consort was "zhao yi".
** The masked head of the secret society and BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's second son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers. His title was also the Prince of Anlu.]]

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Historically, The cases in the series were fictional; the biggest historical upheaval in the imperial court during this period was actually Wu Meiniang's quest to become empress consort.
**Historically,
by the start of the series, Li Zhi already had an empress (surnamed Wang), and it was Empress Wang who thought that it was a good idea to bring Wu Meiniang back from Ganye Temple, as Li Zhi was infatuated with Lady Xiao (holding the title of ''shufei''). Historically, Wu was also never made "guifei"; her highest rank before becoming empress consort was "zhao yi".
** The masked head of the secret society and BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's second son, son and heir, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.younger brothers (His older brother Li Chengzong had died before the Xuan Wu Gate incident). His title was also the Prince of Anlu.]]]]
*RomanAClef: The names and titles of the two major concubines and Wang Youren had been changed. [[note]]Historically, the names of Empress Wang and Lady Xiao were not recorded, while Empress Wang's father was named Renyou.[[/note]]


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Historically, by the start of the series, Li Zhi already had an empress (surnamed Wang), and it was Empress Wang who thought that it was a good idea to bring Wu Meiniang back from Ganye Temple, as Li Zhi was infatuated with Lady Xiao (holding the title of ''shufei'').

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Historically, by the start of the series, Li Zhi already had an empress (surnamed Wang), and it was Empress Wang who thought that it was a good idea to bring Wu Meiniang back from Ganye Temple, as Li Zhi was infatuated with Lady Xiao (holding the title of ''shufei''). Historically, Wu was also never made "guifei"; her highest rank before becoming empress consort was "zhao yi".



** Two cases involve [[spoiler:Li Chengdao's subordinates who were tasked to transport/gather funds for his rebellion. The perpetrators in both cases seek revenge for the wrongs said subordinantes did almost two decade ago.]]

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** Two cases involve [[spoiler:Li Chengdao's subordinates who were tasked to transport/gather funds for his rebellion. The perpetrators in both cases seek revenge for the wrongs said subordinantes did almost two decade decades ago.]]

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**Two cases involve [[spoiler:Li Chengdao's subordinates who were tasked to transport/gather funds for his rebellion. The perpetrators in both cases seek revenge for the wrongs said subordinantes did almost two decade ago.]]


** The masked head of the secret society and BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's eldest son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.]]

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** The masked head of the secret society and BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's eldest second son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.brothers. His title was also the Prince of Anlu.]]


** The BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.]]

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** The masked head of the secret society and BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's eldest son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.]]

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**The BigBad of the series [[spoiler: is Li Chengdao, Li Jiancheng's son, who historically died at the Xuan Wu Gate incident along with his father and brothers.]]

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