Chinese Paladin (TV series)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Chinese Paladin
Chinese Paladin (TV series).jpg
DVD Cover
Also known as The Sword and the Fairy
Traditional 仙劍奇俠傳
Simplified 仙剑奇侠传
Mandarin Xiān Jiàn Qí Xiá Zhuàn
Genre Wuxia
Written by Deng Liqi
Huang Haolan
Zhong Zhenglong
Directed by Wu Jinyuan
Liang Shenzhi
Mai Guanzhi
Starring Hu Ge
Liu Yifei
Ady An
Esther Liu
Eddie Peng
Opening theme Kill the Broken Wolf by JS
Ending theme Finally Understand by Power Station
Composer(s) Mak Chun Hung
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 34 (Taiwan)
38 (Mainland China)
Producer(s) Lee Kwok-lap
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Original network CTV (Taiwan)
CBG (Mainland China)
Original release 14 January 2005 (2005-01-14) (Taiwan)
31 January 2005 (2005-01-31) (China) – February 2005 (2005-02) (China)
Followed by Chinese Paladin 3 (2009)
Related shows Chinese Paladin 5 (2016)
External links
Chinese Paladin
Chinese Paladin (TV series) (intertitle).jpg
Chinese Paladin intertitle
Traditional Chinese 仙劍奇俠傳
Simplified Chinese 仙剑奇侠传

Chinese Paladin (simplified Chinese: 仙剑奇侠传; traditional Chinese: 仙劍奇俠傳; pinyin: Xiān Jiàn Qí Xiá Zhuàn) is a 2005 Chinese television series adapted from the original version of the Chinese action role-playing game The Legend of Sword and Fairy by Softstar Entertainment. The series was produced by Chinese Entertainment Shanghai and starred cast members from mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. It was first broadcast on CTV and CBG in Taiwan and mainland China respectively in January 2005. The drama was hugely popular in China and achieved high ratings of 2.7.[1]



Chinese Paladin Original Soundtrack (仙劍奇俠傳 電視原聲帶)
Soundtrack album (Digital download / Audio CD) by Various artists
Released 2005-03-22
Label HIM International Music Co., Ltd. China (HIM 華研國際音樂股份有限公司)


  1. Yongheng De Jiyi (永恆的記憶; Everlasting Memory)
  2. Zhongyu Mingbai (終於明白; Finally Understand) by Power Station
  3. Xiaoyao Tan (逍遙嘆; Sigh of Xiaoyao) by Hu Ge
  4. Shapolang (殺破狼; Kill the Broken Wolf) by JS
  5. Hua Yu Jian (花與劍; Flower and Sword) by JS
  6. Yizhi Hen Anjing (一直很安靜; Constant Silence) by A-Sun
  7. Liuyue De Yu (六月的雨; June Showers) by Hu Ge
  8. Honghua Pugongying (紅色蒲公英; Red Dandelion)
  9. Moshi Mowang (莫失莫忘; Do Not Lose, Do Not Forget)
  10. Rang Ai (讓愛; Give Up Love)
  11. Yi Mo Bei (尹莫悲; Do Not Grief)
  12. Wuhui Guangyin (無悔光陰; Life of No Regrets)
  13. Jixu Fenzhen (繼續奮戰; Fight On)

Limited edition bonus tracks[edit]

  1. Dadi Zhimu (大地之母; Mother Earth)
  2. Yao Yu (妖域; Realm of Demons)
  3. Taohua Dao (桃花島; Peach Blossom Island)
  4. Nüwa Zhihou (女媧之後; Descendant of Nüwa)
  5. Baiyue (拜月; Moon Worship)
  6. Xianjian Qiyuan (仙劍奇緣; Adventure of Fairy and Sword)
  7. Moshi Mowang (莫失莫忘; Do Not Lose, Do Not Forget)
  8. Qianli Yinyuan Yixian Qian (千里姻緣一線牽; Thousand Whispers)
  9. Kuaile Xiaoyao (快樂逍遙; Happy and Merry)
  10. Lianhua Chi (蓮花池; Lotus Pond)
  11. Renjian Jingling (人間精靈; Fairy in the Human World)
  12. Jiuzui Sanfen Xing (酒醉三分醒; Slightly Sober in a Drunken State)
  13. Mo Yu Dao (魔與道; Good and Evil)
  14. Tangxue De Xin (淌血的心; Bleeding Heart)
  15. Jiang Shi Gu'er (姜氏孤兒; Orphan of the Jiang family)
  16. Biyi Niao (比翼鳥; Birds Flying Wing to Wing)
  17. Shikong Zhilun (時空之鑰; Wheel of Time)
  18. Ai De Shijie (愛的世界; World of Love)

See also[edit]


External links[edit]