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Wei Fong Reed
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Fei Wong Reed from Tsubasa Chronicle
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Series: Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE
English Name: Fei Wang Reed
Gender: Male
Age: Unknown
Birthday: Unknown
Other names: None
Relations: Clow Reed (distant relative)

"Syaoran" Li (distant relative) Sakura Li (creation)

Syaoran Li (creation)

Xing Huo (creation)

Kyle Rondart (creation)

Residence: Clow Country, cut-off time
Current status: Deceased
Powers: Extraordinary magical power

Create life (clones) Travel dimensions

First Appearance: Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE - Chapter 001 (manga)

Episode 1 - Destinies Converge (anime)

Last appearance: Chapter 230 (manga)

Tsubasa Shunraiki - Episode 2 - The Latter Part (OVA)

English voice actor: Randy Tallman (1st Season)

R Bruce Elliott (2nd Season)

Japanese voice actor: Kazuhiro Nakata
Korean voice actor: {{{koreanvoice}}}


Wei Fong Reed (飛王・リード, Fei Wong Rīdo) is the primary antagonist in the manga series Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. He is also mentioned in its sister publication, xxxHolic.

BackgroundEdit

A mysterious and powerful villain who is after Sakura's feathers. He is later revealed to be a direct descendant of Clow Reed and well aware of the powers of the Dimension Witch. He was the one who imprisoned the real "Syaoran" and created the Syaoran who is the protagonist of Tsubasa. Though he already possesses the power to cross dimensions like the High Priest of Clow and Princess Tomoyo, he seeks the power of Sakura's wings to "bring back a dream that has already ended" which is foreshadowed in TRC and ×××HOLiC to involve reviving someone who has died (Yuuko, TRC chapter 220). He is ruthless in pursuing this dream and not care on how much blood has to be shed to get that power; those he has killed (or arranged to be killed) include Kurogane's mother, Xing Huo and the real Fay. His true objective is not to obtain Sakura's feathers; rather, the scattering Sakura's memories was to force her to travel between dimensions so her physical memories would contain a map of the dimensions. This is necessary, in combination with the ruins below Clow Country, to grant Fei Wang's wish. His true origins are unknown. 


Events before the main storylineEdit

Fei Wang appears in flashback in chapter 196, during Sakura's purification ceremony. Despite the best efforts of "Syaoran", Fei Wang places an 'engraved seal of death' upon Sakura, claiming that it will help grant his wish. He repels "Syaoran's" attacks effortlessly, almost killing him. He is next seen in chapter 200, as Nadeshiko stops time after the enrgaved seal of death begins to kill Sakura. Shortly after, "Syaoran" has his time reversed by Yuuko, allowing Fei Wang to abduct him and create the clone. Fei Wang also remarks that Watanuki is an 'unnatural being' created for the sake of taking "Syaoran's" place. Fei Wang states that if he can't use Syaoran or Watanuki, he will simply create another Syaoran. He also says that because Syaoran broke the taboo of turning back time, his wish of restoring life to one who has passed can be granted, despite what Clow had said.

Present DayEdit

In Chapter 122 of xxxHoLiC, Yuuko reveals in a monologue that he is responsible for the soul stealing entities featured in Volume 5. Also, in chapter 181 of Tsubasa, Yuuko also reveals that this was when she discovered his whereabouts and that he needs the souls for the sake of his dream. Following the souls leads to his location. It has also been revealed in chapter 178 of Tsubasa that the Sakura travelling with the Tsubasa group is, in fact, a clone. He has kept the real Sakura's soul alive for the sake of his dream, but the body has "disappeared" (although, in another translation it says her body was "destroyed"). Clone Sakura's soul has been killed, though he still needs her body which was taken by his assistant Kyle Rondart. In chapter 181 a revelation was made: His location. He is located in a "cut-off" time of Clow Country, from the words of Yuuko.

He appears to the Tsubasa group directly in chapter 205, apparently still in control of the Clone. He unleashes his 'failed creations' to battle Fay and Kurogane whilst the Clone battles Syaoran. When the Clone seemingly kills Syaoran, and drags his body to Fei Wang, Fei Wang remarks that he can use Syaoran's body to host the Clone's soul, but his speech is cut short when Syaoran, who had faked his death, stabs Fei Wang with the Clone's Hien. Fei Wang attempts to retaliate, but the Clone blocks Fei Wang with his own body. The Clone then casts magic to dismantle the cave, much to everyone's shock (including Fei Wang's). After the Clone drags Fei Wang's viewing portal out, Fei Wang removes his blade in a fit of rage and attempts to strike both Syaorans down with magic, but the original Syaoran blocks the magic.

"Fei Wang" is revealed to be Kyle after being attacked by the group, and the real Fei Wang appears with the Clone Sakura, unharmed. He reveals that Clow Country is actually the future of Tokyo, and that the feather Sakura left willingly behind is the power he seeks. He starts time again, and returns the feather to Sakura, but Syaoran manages to free the younger Sakura from the seal. Fei Wang remarks that the hand Syaoran took had severed the final chain, calling one, who had suffered the same fate as Sakura, to Clow Country. This person is revealed to be none other than Yuuko herself, who states that her time had started moving again, and that she would release Sakura and Syaoran from the tube (seen in the first chapter). Sakura and Syaoran attempt to use their magic to "clean" Princess Sakura's feathers of the various dimensions that had been travelled. Fei Wang, furious, attacks the pair, vowing that his wish would not be undone. After realising the pair are in fact the reincarnated clones, and that Yuko has died, Fei Wang seals Syaoran and Sakura into the tube, but "Syaoran" and "Sakura" are also pulled in. Fei Wang vows to kill them all once he finds a way to bring Yuko back, but is distracted when both Sakuras use their power to break free of the tube. Kurogane siezes this distraction and kills Fei Wang, however, Fei Wang breaks apart, much like Clone Syaoran had.

All distortions caused by Fei Wang are undone with his death, however, the clones also disappear as their creator no longer exists in the timeline.

It is hinted that Fei Wang Reed was created as the counterpoint to Clow Reed's unspoken wish.

Tokyo ArcEdit

It's revealed at the Lecourt Arc that he killed Kurogane's mother. He also kills his partner, Xing Huo with the very same sword. Since she helped real Syaoran escape, Fei thinks she deserved it.

At the end of the Tokyo arc, it was revealed that Fei Wang created a clone from Clow Reed's original descendent that he kidnapped. (Ch. 119) But things didn't go as planned and Syaoran let a piece of his heart inside the clone, hoping he'd grow one of his own. Anyway, he sent the Clone to Clow (altered timeline) and meet Princess Sakura, and chase after the feathers, so he'd achieve the power beneath the Clow Ruins. Until then, he confined real Syaoran until he awoke and he chased after his right eye (heart). After he's killed Xing Huo, he can't trust anything else than the Clone, hoping he will (now that he's lost his heart) do his duty and kill anyone who interferes in his way.

After Sakura retrieves the egg as a payment to save Fai, Yûko tells them the truth about the journey: the reason why Fei Wang Reed stole the princess' memories was just to scatter them through different worlds, as it did happen. Fei Wang's true goal will be fulfilled when the princess of Clow had traveled through different worlds, crossing time and space, and most important, creating new "body memories" (the same concept that Mokona introduced in Shura).

This is exactly what Fei Wang needs, with the power in Clow, to achieve his wish... and Yûko won't say anymore to not interfere (she has a limit of interference).

In order to achieve it, he alrered the past of the members of the party (Syaoran, Kurogane and Fai) and guided them until the fated meeting of them in Yuko's house. For him they are merely puppets whose destinies are intertwined cruelly to ensure his wish, "a dream that can be seen, but never come true," Yuuko's words.

The only exception was Mokona, created by Clow Reed and Yuuko, to try and nullify the plans of Fei Wang and "for the sake of two futures" (Watanuki and Syaoran).

Despite all this, the party decide to continue the journey out of their free will, still knowing that they're carrying out Fei's plans.

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