Ye Si joined the Clear Water Pavilion at a young age and eventually, with the Pavilion Lord's help, created her own cultivation technique. She died when the Pavilion was destroyed, but was somehow reborn as a ghost spirit when the spirit ghost that had been lent to her family absorbed her spirit and became pregnant with her. She had lost all memories of her death, however, and the destruction of the Pavilion.
叶 (Yè) is a common Chinese surname, listed in the Hundred Family Surnames. Its also means leaf; page; lobe; (historical) period; classifier for small boats.
思 (Sī) means to think; to consider.
She is described as a hyacinth-like girl, with a long brown hair carefully braided into pigtails; her long bangs faintly covering her eyes, and dressing a purple skirt.
Ye Si cultivates the Crying Heavens Grimoire, which she created, along with her master, Pavilion Lord Chu. The technique has the side effect of causing practitioners to be very emotional, and to cry a lot. It also possesses the ability to force enemies to experience great sorrow and burst into tears.
Sword of the Crying Heavens
A sword technique that Ye Si practices. Appears to strike with nine blows.
She wants to be the Dao Companion of Song Shuhang because she feels calm and a pleasant sensation that comes out of the body of Song Shuhang. She has developed a love contract with him, allowing her to become his spirit ghost while his original one was gone.
Cheng Lin is Ye Si’s mother, via Way of Nurturing New Life.
Links and References
|Pavilion Lord||Chu Qiongqiong • Chu Qiongqiong Two|
|Members||Golden Boy • Jade Maiden • Ye Si|
|Cultivation Techniques||Crying Heavens Grimoire|
|Notable Locations||Clear Water Pavilion|
|Notable Events||Battle of Clear Water Pavilion|