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Setsudankanja Gaiden: Siamese suits 3Setsudankanja Gaiden: Siamese suits 3 by ~yomerome
In the next days, Kei Tai and Akiha trained instructed by Saicho and Oto. The first part of the training comprehended teaching the merged setsu dan kanjas to move as one. Establishing who will lead their movements wasn’t easy. Both wanted to be the leader, but after examine the women, was clear the Chinese fighter was the best choice.
“The agility and the quick strategic mind of Kei Tai, makes her the best option for being the head of both of you.” Saicho expressed.
“Don’t forget Akihara…” Oto added. “Her fast reflexes make her good movement anticipator and perfect for following Kei Tai’s lead.
During afternoons, Oto gave the merged women meditation lessons and synchronization exercises. At the end of the first week, the women were able not only to walk normally, but to run. They had developed a technique to run as a four legged animal making them faster than normal humans.
On the second month of their training, the disciple
Xifeng's origin part 1Xifeng's origin part 1 by ~yomerome
MY NEW SISTER
During the early XIX century in southern China, people at a small village prepared for work. That summer morning, the sun rose above the distant hills presaging another beautiful summer morning. Not far from the village, a man in his late thirties walked toward the forest accompanied by two young girls.
The older of the girls was nine. She had shoulder long dark straight hair. She was wearing her training red uniform and had a long stick in her hand.
Aside of her and running around the man, was the younger of the two. She was a seven year old peppy girl. She had short red hair and a uniform similar to the older girl, but blue color.
Calm down, Xifeng. The man told the younger girl. Please walk aside of your sister.
Yes dad! Xifeng replied happy.
She is not my sister. The older girl interrupted while waving her stick.
The man remained quiet for a while. As they reached the top of the hill, the man t
Division (Part 7)PART 7Division (Part 7) by ~blackspeedk
The man was called Max Bates. He lost his left leg above the knee in a motorbiking accident in his late 20s, while working as an engineer for a national corporation. It wasn’t until a few years later that he decided to quit his job and form his own company to create a full range of prosthetics, wheelchairs, and assistive devices specially for amputees. That was ten years ago. His company, Channel, was now one of the leading companies in their field, and certainly the best. Max’s team had just finished James’ wheelchair, and he was going to introduce it to him today.
A month and a half earlier, precise measurements had been taken of James’ body and extensive discussions had taken place over what James wanted and what they could offer. The wheelchair was battery-powered, with a charge lasting well over a day’s consistent, hard use, so he wouldn’t have to worry about them dying during a day. The wheelchair could drive forwards, in reverse, a