The second is Tie Bu Tian, the princess disguised as Prince because she's the sole heir. Chu Yang helps her a lot, and as a sheltered girl who became Prince and couldn't have her secret revealed (hence no male friends) her falling in love with dashing Chu Yang is believable. It's the "sealing of their relationship" that's too forced. He's affected by an aphrodisiac that needs him to have s*x in five hours to avoid death. She saves him by sacrificing her cultivation which needs her virginity intact, and becomes pregnant. Chu Yang is still, at this point, unaware that she's a she and she's pregnant with his kid.
Is the child. Of course. It is just so WEIRD. Even Chu Yang feels it's weird. But it pushed the limits a bit far when he groped her eleven year old butt whilst asleep. Her falling in love with him as a little girl is alright. His responding affirmatively really blows my head off. Despite their history, that's a different Qing Wu from this... Child. Their interaction is cute, but still weird. Pedo.
During a chase scene with Chu Yang having to run 6500+ km to escape, he's blocked from proceeding by an enemy camp that just arrived. He has to break through them, and waits. During their lunch time, he attacks violently, catching them off guard while getting food. Clever or whatever. But the aggravating bit is, this "strategy" is explained TWICE by EACH viewpoint. Too much. The general observing it goes on a monologue worth a novel about how accurate the attack was, and the viewpoint switches to Chu Yang, who also explains how accurate his viewpoint was. Too much.
Tie Bu Tian's elder Martial sister and master find out that she became pregnant because of Chu Yang. And that he left without a care (dude had no idea, and Tie Bu Tian fooled him into thinking that she killed the woman who actually saved him. MC was heartbroken for half a chapter and even left a monument in her name). So they were pissed, and the master tells the elder Martial sister (who is Chu Yang's mom that lost Chu Yang) to beat him up, to which she readily complies because she hates him for being such a sh*t person, and it's his fault that he doesn't even know he has a kid. So she beats up his sworn brother thinking it's him and heads home, where her husband gives her several legendary items that Chu Yang gave him. She eats them all and levels up, and then learns that it was Chu Yang that gave this stuff. Ironic, don't you think? I wanted her to beat herself up for doing the very same thing as Chu Yang.
For example, when a fairly important character, Wang Xushi (?) dies, and mind you, the death is off screen, so we don't even get a peek at the death, she instantly goes berserk. And the transition is TERRIBLE. She was just kidnapped by the villain and tortured, but the tone is still humorous and quite fast paced- until she learns he's dead. BAM! EMO MODE ON! It's so instantaneous and her "sadness" at her death is in short, unbelievable.
For one, she, a thirty something year old woman, falls in love with a several thousand year old man. Yes, that's not too Creepy, but the REALLY old man, to whom Zhu Yao should be like a daughter, since their interactions are definitely like those between a father and child (he literally takes care of her as she reincarnated into a baby, for a while.) , likes her back. And then in her fourth reincarnation, she tackles him and makes out with THIS OLD MAN and he, after his initial confusion, pulls her back in, makes out with her, and this is so. So. So. Pedophilia. I wanted to retch because it was just like Usagi Down in which the daughter who was raised by this guy wants to carry his babies and he agrees. It's sickening.
He can turn into a huge silver dragon