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By Alex Archer, Joseph Nassise

Archaeologist Annja Creed and her sword have by no means been outmatched--until now. An murderer often called the Dragon wields a bloodthirsty sword that are meant to be feared. ultimately the 2 swords needs to meet, and just one shall triumph.

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The group surged ahead, peasant and soldier, and snatched the shards from the trampled dust. The commander tossed the hilt deep into the gang. Smoke nearly obscured Joan, yet she endured praying until eventually the tip, until eventually ultimately the flames climbed her physique and he or she sagged opposed to the restraints. Joan of Arc died that fateful day in France, yet her legend and sword are reborn… Contents bankruptcy 1 bankruptcy 2 bankruptcy three bankruptcy four bankruptcy five bankruptcy 6 bankruptcy 7 bankruptcy eight bankruptcy nine bankruptcy 10 bankruptcy eleven bankruptcy 12 bankruptcy thirteen bankruptcy 14 bankruptcy 15 bankruptcy sixteen bankruptcy 17 bankruptcy 18 bankruptcy 19 bankruptcy 20 bankruptcy 21 bankruptcy 22 bankruptcy 23 bankruptcy 24 bankruptcy 25 bankruptcy 26 bankruptcy 27 bankruptcy 28 bankruptcy 29 bankruptcy 30 Epilogue 1 Ise Province, Japan 1603 Sengo Muramasa stormed concerning the room in a healthy of rage. The furniture round him bore silent witness to the energy of his anger; the black lacquer tea desk have been smashed again and again opposed to the ground till it shattered into items. The tatami mats were ripped to shreds together with his naked fingers. The work at the partitions have been torn down and stomped upon till the pictures they bore have been unrecognizable. whilst one in all his servants unwittingly entered the room, Muramasa had beat him to inside an inch of his lifestyles and left him mendacity subconscious in a single nook of the room. The previous swordsmith slightly spotted the injured boy as his recommendations have been at the edict that had arrived prior that morning and the calls for it had contained. He nonetheless couldn’t think it. That bastard Tokugawa Ieyasu had truly passed through with it! He’d heard rumors concerning the shogun’s proposed stance for months, yet had by no means really believed he may placed it into impression. The phrases of the edict echoed round and round in his head. All guns crafted by means of the swordsmith Muramasa were deemed unlawful and banned from use by means of direct order of the shogun. wearing any such weapon is now thought of against the law and is punishable through loss of life. a person stuck owning, hoarding, or transporting a weapon shaped by way of Muramasa faces an identical penalty. He couldn't allow this ensue. Deny his paintings? Banish his paintings? by no means! Already the germ of a plan was once commencing to shape at the back of his brain and he gave it loose reign to develop and extend. He had without doubt the shogun’s males will be coming for him, to take his stock and wreck his forge, to avoid him from growing any new blades. yet with iciness quickly forthcoming, the mountain passes may quickly be blocked and it'll take months for them to thaw adequate to be satisfactory back. Months he may perhaps placed to sturdy use. He had simply enough time to supply one ultimate sword—the fruits of his occupation. He might create a sword to be feared and held in awe in equivalent degree, a blade to grasp all different blades, person who could strike terror within the hearts of these opposed to whom it was once drawn. He may name it Juuchi Yosamu—Ten Thousand chilly Nights. Ignoring the destruction in the back of him, Muramasa stalked out of the home and around the courtyard to his workshop.

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