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The Legend of Fa Kai 2-8At the river, Hilary’s horse sniffed around, having caught a scent. Suddenly a hand reached out and grabbed the reins. The horse pulled back and dragged someone from the water. It was Hilary! She coughed and spluttered, lying back on the river bank. “Good horse...” she croaked, smiling as she patted her horse.
Meanwhile, Kai had arrived at the palace of the Emperor of Qui Gong and he was telling about the accident with the carriage. “What do you mean; they’re gone?” Emperor Lee demanded.
“There was an accident, my lord. The carri
The Legend of Fa Kai 2-7The next day, there was a quiet mood amongst the group. Brooklyn woke up and stretched. “I think this is gonna be a good day!” he grinned. Kai and Hilary rode alongside each other and then stopped. They looked at each other and then rode either side of the rock. “Miss Tough Cookie isn’t talking to you, and you’re not talking to her!” Brooklyn smiled. Kai looked at him sadly. “Well, you can always talk to me.” he suggested. Kai then turned away. “I’ll just wait until he realises what I’ve done for him.” Brooklyn decided. Cri-Kee chirped at him angrily. “Fo
The Legend of Fa Kai 2-6Kai stormed into his tent. “How could she not believe me?!” he exclaimed furiously.
Brooklyn slightly sweated as Cri-Kee hopped up and down, pointing at him. “I dunno.” he shrugged, flicking Cri-Kee out of the tent. “But if there’s no trust, there can’t be a relationship.” he added, roasting a nut.
“Maybe she was just confused?” Kai suggested as he hung up his sash.
“Please! First, the fuss about the arranged marriage, then you fought about which way to go; now you’re feuding over nothing! Seems pretty clear to me.” Brooklyn scoffed.
The Legend of Fa Kai 2-5Later, Brooklyn limped back under the carriage, feeling sorry that Operation Hilary had failed miserably. He was wrapped head to toe in bandages and was using a crutch. “I tried and tried. I put every bit of me into it, and look what I got to show for it?” he sighed. Cri-Kee laughed at him. “A cricket laughing at me! I can’t do it!” he wailed, banging his head against the carriage wheel. Cri-Kee started to worry. “Ancestors, I throw myself at you!” Brooklyn cried, waving his arms around, the crutch he was using suddenly launching itself. “My pedestal is nothing but a memory!” he s
The Legend of Fa Kai 2-4The sun rose the next morning. Hilary looked at Kai and saw a solemn expression on his face. “What’s with the face?” she asked.
“There’s no face...This is my face, that’s all.” Kai replied.
“You know I know you better than that, Kai, what’s wrong?” Hilary asked.
Kai sighed. “I know we have a duty to the mission...” he began.
“But?” she began.
“But I also have a duty to my heart.” Kai replied.
“Oh Kai, your only duty is to the Emperor.” Hilary sighed.
“But Hilary, an arranged marriage?” Kai asked.
“I know, bu
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