The Jade Dagger of Kunlun
Strictly Ye Hua and Bai Qian
50,000 years ago, a little golden lotus shriveled and died in its lotus pond, leaving its owner bereft and heart broken. Unsure of why the lotus had suddenly died or even if something else had happened to it, the owner disappeared into seclusion to seek answers.
Under disguise, Bai Qian of Qing Qiu arrives on Kunlun mountain disguised as a boy seeking tutelage under the War God Mo Yuan, the Master of Kunlun Mountain.
Also arriving seeking tutelage, is Ye Hua, a child from a humble far east clan who since the day he learned of the Great War God and his school for boys decided he wanted to be a part of it. Without informing his parents, Ye Hua sneaks away to enrol himself at the prestigious school.
What ensues is a tale of two brothers and a fox thrown together by a Jade Dagger.
Many characters and places mentioned have been borrowed from the Chinese Drama Series Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms.
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