Historical Records has it that Huo Wujiu, the War God of Great Liang, was captured by the enemy, had his meridians damaged, his legs crippled, and was imprisoned. In order to humiliate him further, the fatuous and self-indulgent ruler even gifted him to his homosexual royal brother as his concubine.
General Huo suffered all kinds of humiliation, nursed his vengeance for three years, and then escaped back to Great Liang using his cunningness.
After curing his leg, he led his army for three months and invaded enemy lands, killing its ruler and burning its capital. Finally, he beheaded that good-for-nothing homosexual and hung his head on the city wall for three full years.
Since then, the world has been unified.
A university history department instructor, Jiang Suizhou, received a graduation thesis that was written based on Huo Wujiu’s unofficial records, and criticized the student.
When he opened his eyes again, he was dressed as the homosexual prince in the unofficial records.
There were lanterns and decorations hung up everywhere, and his servants reported that the disabled General of the enemy had been carried into the King’s Palace in a bridal sedan chair.
Faced with General Huo, who was tortured to death, wearing a bright red wedding dress and with a gloomy gaze, Jiang Suizhou realized that the unofficial records had come true.
He would also be condemned in public, and his head would be hung on the city wall for three years.
Without a better option, Jiang Suizhou had to put General Huo in good hands.
In the middle of the court, be it an open attack or a stab in the back, or all sorts of humiliation from that fatuous King, he gritted his teeth to defend General Huo in hopes that he could keep his head after three years.
He did not dare to let this nine-foot-long “Concubine” serve him.
But before the three years were up, General Huo’s leg healed on its own.
Not only did he kill the fatuous king and unify the world, but he also forcibly trapped him in his room and insisted on performing his duty as a “Concubine.”