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Literature / Mistakenly Saving the Villain

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Mistakenly Saving the Villain (论救错反派的下场, Lún Jiù Cuò Fǎn Pài De Xià Chǎng, also translated as "The Conclusion to When I Mistakenly Saved the Villain") is a danmei Web Novel by Feng Yu Nie, first published on the Chinese web novel site JJWXC.

Song Qingshi transmigrates into a web novel as a powerful cultivator. The problem is, he's never read any web novels, doesn't know which one he's ended up in, and has no idea how the story's supposed to go. Shortly after transmigrating he rescues Yue Wuhuan, unaware that Wuhuan is a minor character and supposed to be killed off quickly.

The novel is completed with 120 chapters. An English translation is in progress.


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  • Asshole Victim: Yu Qing was one of Yue Wuhuan's rapists, and he had a slow, painful death as insects ate his brain.
  • Attempted Suicide: Yue Wuhuan attempts suicide twice.
  • Blatant Lies: Song Qingshi's first spoken lines. Almost everything he says is blatantly contradicted by the narration.
  • Doorstopper: The full novel is 120 chapters long. This is actually quite short by Chinese web novel standards.
  • Media Transmigration: The story starts when Song Qingshi transmigrates into a novel.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil / Rape and Revenge: Yue Wuhuan gets Song Qingshi to teach him how to dissect corpses so he can use his new skills to torture his rapists to death.
  • So Beautiful, It's a Curse: Poor, poor Yue Wuhuan. He's kidnapped and raped and his rapists tell him it's his own fault because he's beautiful. After Song Qingshi rescues him Yue Wuhuan starts wearing masks and veils to hide his face.


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