The Tales of Zhang Guo Xin
Chen Kai Tai paced around the room. He looked at his armor, Ji(Chinese weapon kind of a mix of an Ax, spear, Kris, and harrier hooks), sword, helmet, mail, and cloak. Zhang Guo Xin burst into the room.
“Your Majesty, the battle has started.” Chen Kai Tai put on his gear and walked outside the palace. He mounted his dragon and so did all the other dragon-keepers. There was a new ally on their side, the Akanto, a tribe that had been thriving since the Stone Age, 6,000 B.C. The dragons flew up into the air and the land soldiers charged. They were fighting the Yuan in the Green Mountain. The Akanto would ride to meet the Wai and defeat the Wai emperor once and for all. In the Green Mountain, a Yuan lieutenant shouted “Golden armor! The emperor of Chen has arrived! We do not stand a chance! Retreat!” and the Yuan army retreated. The reason the enemy was so frightened of the Chen emperor was because he alone had plumbed the deepest secrets of the martial arts. He had unlocked the secret of magic, spells and dragonballs(fireballs) of flame. He had taught Zhang Guo Xin some of these secrets but still became stronger as the years went by. The only other who used magic was the Wai emperor, who used Dark Magic, and was the great Mage of the Dark Arts, almost defeated by Chen Kai Tai, Acid and Elemental Sage. The Chen persued the Yuan and followed them back all the way to their city when an Akanto messenger appeared. He told Chen Kai Tai and Zhang Guo Xin that the Akanto army needed help. They set off at once for Guangzhong, the Wai capital. They found the Mage of the Dark Arts, Wai Emperor Jin Kai Lang, shooting spells in every direction. The Acid and Elemental Sage, Chen Emperor Chen Kai Tai ran forward to duel him. The land soldiers and dragon-keepers followed. Since Chen Kai Tai was on a dragon, he had an advantage over Jin Kai Lang.
They dueled silently, shooting spells and dragonballs at each other. Finally, while Jin Kai Lang blocked a spell from Chen Kai Tai, the dragon breathed fire and burned the Wai emperor. He screamed and fell back, burning. They had won at a bitter cost.
At camp, the Akanto and the Chen celebrated together. The territory was given to the Akanto so they could live in Askima. They Yuan were very scared. They united with the last Wai so as to win the war. The Akanto were very pleased about the victory. The country would be quiet, for a year and two months.