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Wednesday, 30 July 2008 16:48

Chapter 32 - Little Li Flying Dagger


 
Ruined flowers had all fallen down, a few petals landed on Big Xue's body.

Lu XiaoJia was still sitting there, he hadn't yet gone over to look at his friend's corpse. As he looked at the sabre in Fu HongXue's hands, his cold and distant eyes suddenly started to glow.

"An incredibly fast blade!"

There was no response.

Lu XiaoJia smiled as his voice deepened, "It's a pity that it's not a hundred percent swift."
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Tuesday, 22 July 2008 20:37

Chapter 31 - Engraved In The Heart


 
The blade had returned to its sheathe.

But the blood on the blade would never dry.

Fu HongXue slowly turned around. His left foot took a step forward, then his right leg dragged along from behind. His entire body was still shivering, he was using all his strength to control himself.

"You're lying! Every single word you've said is a lie."

He slowly walked through the crowd, his eyes focused only on the ground in front of him. He didn't have the courage to look at the bodies anymore, nor did he have the courage to look at anyone else in the hall.

The sound of sobbing came from behind him. The sound of Ma FangLing's tears.
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Tuesday, 22 July 2008 20:35

Chapter 30 - The Flower Guarding Swordsman


 

Lu XiaoJia and Hero Xue had already left. Cui Nong was still crawled up underneath the carriage, completely motionless.

The youngster who was steering their carriage had already been scared out of his wits by what had just transpired. After a long while, he finally crouched down and pulled Cui Nong from underneath the carriage.

He thought that Cui Nong would definitely be incensed and miserable.

Who would have guessed that she would be smiling. Her face was battered and her lips were bloodied, but her eyes were filled with eager excitement.

A broken person like her could still bear to smile. The youngster was startled.

"Do you know why he hit me?" Cui Nong asked.
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Tuesday, 22 July 2008 20:34

Chapter 29 - A Venomous Beauty


 
Bright afternoon sun. Warm sunshine floods the land.

It was the fifteenth day of the ninth month.

The land was fresh and the rays of the sun were blinding. The road was full of youngsters steering their horse-drawn carriages towards 'White Cloud Manor'.

The horse wasn't very swift, it had already exhausted all its strength. Fu HongXue had already returned the horsewhip to the driver and was sitting in the back of the carriage with his hands firmly clenched on his sabre. This pair of hands was not suited for horse steering.

"Why don't you save your strength for dealing with Ma KongQun?"
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Tuesday, 22 July 2008 20:30

Chapter 28 - In A Lady's Company


 
Fourteenth day of the ninth month.

Nightfall.

On the side of the main road was a small tea stand. Most tea stands didn't just serve tea but of course wine as well. The tea was free of charge, but wine will cost you money. This particular stand had a selection of four types of wine. They were all cheap and inferior in quality and also strong and harsh. Besides wine, they also served side dishes such as string beans, salted poached eggs, steamed buns, and peanuts.

Wooden stools were set up underneath the shade of the surrounding trees around the tea stand. Customers filled those stools, sitting with their legs sprawled, enjoying wine and peeling peanuts.

Fu HongXue stared at them as if he was staring at supernatural deities. Some were having peanuts and string beans along with their wine while others were having it with their steamed buns. Peanuts and string beans were always meant to be eaten together, it seemed as if separating the two would render both tasteless.
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