Tension rises as more information comes to light about the Akechi army and the possible whereabouts of the main castle keep. In the wake of the new enemy a new territory has been reopened, one that has been long forgotten due to the lack of it.
With the princess still captured, the Azuma ninja and their allies can only proceed with caution as they continue to look for clues.
“A place to give out special assignments, such like assassinations?”
“Yes.” Continue reading Tenchu: Shadows of Azuma
Day after day, thousands of people believe that they have some kind of master, foolproof plan that can help them get rich with little to no effort. Very few actually put their plan into action and even then, many of them get caught and suffer the repercussions. For these two, they’re one of those people turned their plan into reality.
“I’m suppose to be a blind dude, idiot. I can’t see the door.”
Marcus gives me a light shove, “You’re not blind until we walk through that door.”
A lone high school student is the last remaining of his kind. After a certain event years ago, he was destined to live up to a certain requirement. With an upcoming event, his decisions will have to come rushed and decisive.
“This may not be a simple decision, but it will be one that affects not only you, but somebody else. You understand?”
The green scenery of a forest is always a beautiful sight to one’s eye. However, just because something is appealing, it doesn’t mean it isn’t deadly; dangerous creatures live in the forest, and one in particular likes to hunt.
Seeing the well developed deer brings a small grin to the woman’s face. Beginning the hunt, the woman quickly latches to a nearby tree and ascends high into the leaves.
Everybody has their own away of trying to pass the time or kill boredom. Some draw, while some sleep. As for Sam, she does something different on some occasions, something that only a person who really has too much time on their hands would do.
“You suck. Why did I even decide to ask you?”
“Because you know I’m not going to lie.”