Chapter 11

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Written by kakashi

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Edits: JoAnne

After leaving the orchard drunk and furious, Shao Wan went on a rampage. Frankly, she did not remember much about it later, but there were many tales told in all the realms about an unsettling storm without rain that night, of lightning without thunder, of bone-chilling howling - and some said cursing - in the skies.

Her fury-filled journey took her to the Ghost Realm (some of the generals there thought Qing Can had returned, and swore the sky had been lit up by crimson hellfire,) to the foot of Kunlun Mountain (she vaguely remembered kicking the pillars of the open gate, screaming, but she did not venture in -the divine energy made her teeth hurt,) and finally to the mortal realm, where she terrorized town upon town. It ended when she happened upon a wine festival and jumped off her cloud, creating an eardrum-shattering noise. All the mortals ran away screaming (if they didn't faint) and she drank wine until she saw double.

When morning came, Shao Wan felt somewhat calmer and zapped herself back to the cave at the foot of Jingmei Mountain. The worshipers had left offerings and had gone back to their dwellings. Only Fong Hung was there to welcome her. He was standing at the cave entrance where she had left him and gasped: "Ancestor, your clothes ...?"

Ah, yes.

"Bring me new ones! I will skin you alive if they look anything like what Celestials wear!" she screamed, her voice now gone a bit hoarse.

Sniffling indignantly, she went into the cave and sat down on the slab of stone she'd woken up on. It also happened to be the only place to sit in this damn hole.

Hot rage engulfed her again. To send his Fox bitch to her like that! How dare he!

The Fox woman had been very beautiful, she had immediately noticed, and was a High Goddess of considerable power. As soon as Shao Wan started thinking about the encounter, she realized the following: First, she did not know this Fox High Goddess, so it was likely she had been born after Shao Wan's death. Second, being so powerful and self-assured, she had to be of the Bai Family ... which made her, third and without much doubt, a daughter of Fox King Bai Zhi.

Well, that changed things. Not only was Bai Zhi extremely powerful, he had also always been civil to Shao Wan back at school, unlike the other bastards. Offending his daughter was bad form in addition to being stupid. Had she called the Fox Daughter names? Shao Wan tried to remember, but she had been so furious in that orchard she had basically blacked out.

Shao Wan sniffled again. She would wait for an opportune moment to see how much offense she had given and would then apologize to Bai Zhi's daughter in an appropriate manner. She hated apologizing almost as much as she hated Celestials, but angering Qing Qiu was decidedly not something she wanted.

So that interesting and very powerful artifact in the Fox's hand, that was probably one of Mo Yuan's famous weapons, she concluded. Even at school, he had constantly crafted things to impress his father, but she had only ever heard tales of his later, truly impressive creations. She wondered how her own powerful weapon, the Demon Tongue Whip, would fare against the Fox's fan or other artifacts of Mo Yuan's.

Thinking about her whip and its possible whereabouts (might it have burned with her?) naturally led to her thinking about chaining up and then whipping Mo Yuan until he bled out. That image made her body tingle in the most delightful ways. Was it because Zhe Yan's spiked wine was still in her system? Here she sat, alone and full of lust, while the Celestial bastard must be enjoying himself with his Fox, laughing at her. He had made her beg. He! Her!

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