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I also want to be Dirk Pitt or Kurt Austin. Besides, how will we, the great unwashed, differentiate between what the au Why do I do it?
Besides, how will we, the great unwashed, differentiate between what the author knows to be true and what he is inventing for the story? As I read this book, I kept telling myself to relax and enjoy the ride—but the text was completely overburdened with details, foreign words, and descriptions of ancient objects that are probably real.
Half yes and half no. What the hell is wrong with me? This kind of thing has never bothered me before. Maybe it is because the blurb on the cover states the author is a cross between Indiana Jones and Dan Brown.
Wait a minute. Besides, Indiana Jones is fun and I have a fridge in the back yard, just in case! Dan Brown. Good idea. And just as the modern day search for ancient Legion artifacts takes off, the author stops for fifty pages of hero back story—something to do with his father getting lost in Cambodia.
Was I not paying attention? Yah, I was. I began flipping ahead, which I hate doing—I paid U. I put the book on the coffee table for a while.
Read two other books in the meantime. Then, picked it up again. I remember right where I left off.
The mind-numbing part—page The guy sells books and I want to know why. It was a dark and stormy night. The neighbors barn burned to the ground just before the flood washed the ashes into the reservoir killing the swans.
Daniel went to the emergency room with a cell phone stuck up his, and someone out there with allergies ate peanuts.
It was the best of times--yet I finished the book. Had too. View 1 comment. I liked this one the best, after the very first one cause really, after Atlantis everything would be downhill.
It had things that I disliked from the other books so I'll try not to be negative and go into them again.
And the mystery of the jewe I liked this one the best, after the very first one cause really, after Atlantis everything would be downhill.
And the mystery of the jewels never get completely solved, but I actually liked that. They aren't super clear, but I do like all the different pictures and maps that are included in even the Kindle version.
And as always I think the book does a good job of doling out the historical information in a way that doesn't bog down the story flow.
One thing I thought could have been handled better was the inclusion of Jack's daughter. He just finds out at the end of the previous book that he has a daughter and then this books starts with her seamlessly included without any explanation until a bit later on.
I had to stop reading and double check that I had started the correct book first since I had checked out both this one and the next one at the same time.
I just thought they should have explained her being there a little sooner rather than later as it threw me off a bit. The discovery at the end was a bit startling that close to the end of the book, but I guess it can be used in a later book.
Apr 29, Erika rated it liked it. I understand that this book is just trying to tell a good story, and it does present a compelling series of historical events.
But everything is stretched just a little too far to be believable, even for a work of fiction. And of course, the only loose end is so minor that the giant bow on top still appears neatly-tied.
Beyond that, the writing itself has some issues. The characters alternate between congenial banter that can be quite fun, and stilted lectures full of dense information that was difficult to keep track of and not all relevant to the plot.
Feb 18, Kirsten McKenzie rated it it was ok Shelves: dnf. I wanted to like this book but couldn't get into it. It had everything I normally love - Roman history, the culture of India, archaeologists, etc etc etc.
But it didn't grab me. The flicking backwards and forwards between past and present felt forced, and the conversations stilted. Some people may love it, but it wasn't for me, and life is too short to force yourself to finish books you don't love when there are so many good books out there waiting to be read.
This is written by an archeologist who writes books, rather than a novelist, and it shows. It's about a marine archeologist called Jack aren't all heroes nowadays?
There's a shady enemy in the background, with fairly impausible motivation, the Tiger Warrior himself, and what looks like a romance in there which doesn't come to anything.
There was lots of em This is written by an archeologist who writes books, rather than a novelist, and it shows. There was lots of emphasis on the historical detail, and the author's note specifies which parts were true, which was helpful, but there's very little development of the characters, and while the story sounded exciting, it took a while to get going and then sort of petered out.
It's the first of his I've read, and maybe you the hero's actions make more sense if you've read several books about him, but I probably wouldn't bother with any more.
Oct 23, Liz Mandeville rated it really liked it. The Tiger Warrior is one part mystery, one part historical narrative, one part buddy adventure and gives a great deal of romance to what might otherwise be the dry, meticulous life of the career archeologist.
Despite some threat of violence, menace and danger, The Tiger Warrior contains a good dose of levity between the characters and a bit of family dynasty building, as the protagonist is following in the footsteps of his great grandfather and includes his recently discovered teenage daughter o The Tiger Warrior is one part mystery, one part historical narrative, one part buddy adventure and gives a great deal of romance to what might otherwise be the dry, meticulous life of the career archeologist.
Despite some threat of violence, menace and danger, The Tiger Warrior contains a good dose of levity between the characters and a bit of family dynasty building, as the protagonist is following in the footsteps of his great grandfather and includes his recently discovered teenage daughter on his quest to locate a missing relic.
It's a clever quick read, good guys vs. Traveling along with these adventurers and reveling in their discoveries, triumphs and failures along with them adds a humanity and emotional depth one doesn't always think to associate with scientists in their work.
I enjoyed this book and these characters enough to have bought another of this series. I definitely didn't enjoy this one as much as The Last Gospel but it wasn't a bad book.
Far less action than in others and the ending was pretty crap. Felt like nothing was resolved at all.
This book was really more about the author wanting to fictionalize one his ancestors and tie his family to some great part of history.
On the positive side it fired my interest in India and has lead me to plan a trip there this year. Nov 01, Brittney Tyler rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone interested in history!!!!!!
Shelves: personal-library. Star Rating: 5 stars Note: This is the 4th book in the Jack Howard series so this will not be an in-depth review.
Due to the fact that I am riddled with anxiety so bad that I have trouble leaving my room, the Jack Howard books by David Gibbins allow me to fulfill Star Rating: 5 stars Note: This is the 4th book in the Jack Howard series so this will not be an in-depth review.
Due to the fact that I am riddled with anxiety so bad that I have trouble leaving my room, the Jack Howard books by David Gibbins allow me to fulfill my dream without being overwhelmed.
Due to my love of history, particularly ancient history, I have watched a lot of history documentaries and read a lot of history books.
I love that Gibbins bases his stories on real obscure facts of history and then goes off on adventures that while they are sometimes more fiction than fact, they always make sense due to the historical basis that he starts with.
I always learn something when I read his books, and I love learning new things, especially historical things. I also enjoyed the fact that stakes are starting to be as high in this one as they were in the 1st one.
All in all, this was a great addition to the series and made me excited for the following novels. I had a reading slump while reading this book, sooo it took me a month to finish it looking down embarassed.
However, before I even start it, I read some reviews and I have to say that I disagree. It is a big book, because it has too many information, but what did tou expect from a book about archeology which is written by an archeologist?
Also, I think that yes, this is the way archeologists talk to one another, telling stories and facts about the past.
But, the truth is that sometimes it was I had a reading slump while reading this book, sooo it took me a month to finish it looking down embarassed.
But, the truth is that sometimes it was a liiiittle bit tiring. This book is like a loop, story into another story.
My favourite parts were those with action and telling for the two stones. But I didn't like that David Gibbins put so many things in just one story it was too much.
Although, I have to admit he did a great and difficult job! And I liked very much that at the end of the book he writes which part is real and which not.
This is really professional! I haven't read any other of his books, although I have many more at home. This was my first read from him.
If you like archeology with a taste of conspiracy, supernatural and ancient chinese mafias, you should read it! The Tiger Warrior of the title ended up being a relatively minor character used more for background than to advance the narrative.
The story was centered on Jack Howard and his team of scientists, archeologists and adventurers and their search for evidence of a Roman presence in India and into China years ago.
This was presented with parts of the story set in the late 19th century and Jack Howard's great, great grandfather. In the present day, Jack was using his ancestor's notes and other a The Tiger Warrior of the title ended up being a relatively minor character used more for background than to advance the narrative.
In the present day, Jack was using his ancestor's notes and other artifacts. The historical context that the author provided was fascinating and gave the story a ring of truth.
A fairly extensive Author's Note at the end explained what parts of the story were rooted in historical evidence and which were fictional. The author noted that the fictional aspects were based on reasonable extrapolations of the archeological record.
Overall, this was a reasonable story that was enhanced by the history. I generally enjoy historical novels that are believable and fit with the history and this was partly a historical story.
The extensive historical background, including the Author's Note, added to reading experience. Feb 18, M.
Sprouse rated it really liked it Shelves: If you're thinking about reading this book and don't like history or care for archaeology and only want a implausible thrill ride, then don't read this book.
I have a feeling these are the readers who gave the poor ratings. This was my first David Gibbins book and I have to say it was fairly impressive.
That is especially true when I have to admit I've become a little burnt-out on the archaeology-thriller genre. Ten or Twenty years ago I read them by the bushel.
Now I try and read only a couple If you're thinking about reading this book and don't like history or care for archaeology and only want a implausible thrill ride, then don't read this book.
Now I try and read only a couple a year, but they suck me back in. This novel stood a good bit above the typical book for that niche.
Sure it still had the corny buddy dialogue maybe that's inescapable? The strength to me was background, the history and synchronization of the two with a fair amount of action.
The pages where he goes back to the Romans and then his ancestor were the best parts of the book. Unlike others I wouldn't call this a quick read, but it was to me, a fun read.
Jun 06, Janice rated it liked it Shelves: not-kept-library , action-thriller. If I remember correctly, this is the first book in this series that I actually picked up.
Then I had to go find the first three and read them to get back to this point. Was it worth the effort? I think I enjoyed the previous books a little more, but this one wasn't bad.
The only real issue is one I've had with the series as a whole and it's endemic to the genre , and that's the leaps of logic that are required to get from point A to point B.
Suspension of disbelief required, If I remember correctly, this is the first book in this series that I actually picked up. Suspension of disbelief required, but not to the point of the range of the Gatling gun in The Magnificent Seven the new one.
I enjoyed it more than the first Jack Howard I read and I think I figured out why: The main character s are actually wrong for once in this book - even if it truly is only once - when their theory is not the exact, word-for-word scenario that actually happened.
And it was such a relief. The flashback chapter set in India also had some really nice atmospheric writing. It's still not entirely my cup of tea, but if you're any good at suspending disbelief, you stand a good chance of enjoying it more I enjoyed it more than the first Jack Howard I read and I think I figured out why: The main character s are actually wrong for once in this book - even if it truly is only once - when their theory is not the exact, word-for-word scenario that actually happened.
It's still not entirely my cup of tea, but if you're any good at suspending disbelief, you stand a good chance of enjoying it more than I did. Jun 25, Breena rated it really liked it Shelves: audio , I'm really enjoying this whole series.
This book bounced between telling, briefly, the story from the ancient perspective to current day. There was a lot of geography and references to historical places, people, and cultures.
I always read the added chapters at the end were Gibbons explains what was historical and what he chose to vary from.
Its a different style than I've read from Gibbins. I enjoyed it. Oct 12, Coleen Cooney deon rated it it was ok.
Well, I was excited to read a book by an archaeologist about an archaeologist. I put it down halfway through because it was just plain boring.
Wasn't a fan of putting photos in the book, because I'd rather my imagination do the work. I would recommend this book to people who like to read non-fiction history books.
It was way too dry and dull for me. Oct 22, Martin Alan rated it liked it. Probably my least favourite of the Jack Howard series, this book spends far too much time jumping backwards and forwards in time.
This is a regular technique for Gibbins and I'm a big fan of the way he weaves this into the story, but in this book the back story element is just too complicated.
However, I'm still a huge fan of Gibbins and I'll definitely be reading more of his books. Jul 22, Rosalyn rated it it was amazing. These books just get better and better.
This one with the back story of the uprisings in India really gripped me. I love the attention to detail with the facts and then how skillfully the fiction of the story is interwound around.
Oct 15, Angela Wilson rated it it was amazing. This book had me gripped from the first page. Although set in two time zones it was well melded together furthering the story without giving too much away.
What an adventure both lots of characters had leading to a satisfactory conclusion. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. What a letdown. Two lost empires. To see the bigger picture. And to find things. He shut his eyes, flicked off his headlamp then opened his eyes again.
It was as if he were in a different universe. The profusion of color had been replaced by a monotone blue, shades of dark where there had been vivid purples and reds.
It was like looking at an artist's charcoal sketch, all the finish and color stripped away, the eye drawn not to the detail but to the form, to the overall shape.
To the bigger picture. And then he saw it. There was no mistaking it. Not one, but two, sticking out of the sand, curving upward on either side of the coral head, symmetrical, gleaming white from centuries of burial in the sediment.
He remembered where they were. The Red Sea. The eastern extremity of Egypt, the edge of the ancient Graeco-Roman world. Beyond here lay fabled lands, lands of terror and allure, of untold treasure and danger, of races of giants and pygmies and great, lumbering beasts, beasts of the hunt and of war that only the bravest could harness, beasts that could make a man a king.
They were tusks. Explain your way out of this one. His heart was pounding with excitement. He spoke quietly, trying to keep his voice under control.
An elephant. A statue of an elephant. An elephantegos. What's the difference? I asked him for anything in the papyrus records that might refer to a shipwreck.
It's almost as if he had an instinct we'd find something like this. He reached out and touched the tip of the nearest tusk.
It was silky-smooth, but powdery, like chalk. It's one of very few ancient documents to mention a shipwreck in the Red Sea.
Maurice knew we were planning to dive here, on our way up to his excavation at Berenike. The letter was meant to reach a place called Ptolemais Theron, Ptolemais of the Hunts.
That was an outpost somewhere to the south of here on the coast of Eritrea. It was where the Egyptians procured their wild animals.
Because of the shipwreck, the men in the outpost hadn't received their grain. The letter assures them that another elephantegos was under construction at Berenike, and would soon be on its way with all the supplies they needed.
The one I always get when I dive with you. It's called disbelief. There are two more coral heads.
Exactly the same size. Three of them, in a row. Just the number you'd expect. Chained and roped down just as they would have been in a hull.
A real elephant. Not a statue. We've found tusks and hippo teeth in the Mediterranean. And the coral around here grows pretty fast, quicker than it would take for an elephant skeleton to crumble.
There may be no bones left inside there now, but the coral preserves the shape. Remember, I'm just an engineer. I need to stare this thing in the face.
This could be the one archaeological discovery that finally does it for me, Jack. I think I might cry. He switched on his headlamp again.
We need to get them reburied. But before that we need a film team down here, pronto. This is headline stuff. I've got a channel open to Seaquest II.
I want to have a look at those amphoras in the sand. I'll be within visual range. It had picked up slightly during their dive, raising a pall of fine silt that hung a meter or so over the seabed, briefly obscuring the amphoras from view.
Ahead of him a school of glassfish hung in the water like a diaphanous veil, parting to reveal a reef shark swimming languidly along the slope.
He heard the muffled roar of the Zodiac boat on the surface gunning its outboards, circling to keep position. A banging from the boat marked their five minute warning.
He glanced back at Costas, now some twenty meters away, then dropped down into the suspended sediment. Costas might not be able to see him, but Jack's exhaust bubbles would be clearly visible.
He stared ahead, concentrating on his objective, his arms held out in front of him with his hands together, his legs slowly kicking a frog stroke.
He was in perfect control of his buoyancy. Suddenly he saw them, a row of four amphoras, intact and leaning in the sand, another row poking up beyond.
He exhaled hard, emptying his lungs, knowing his life depended on his equipment delivering that next breath, the edge of danger that made diving his passion.
He dropped down, then inhaled just above the seafloor, regaining neutral buoyancy. The amphoras were covered with fine sediment, sparkling with the sunlight that streamed through the water from the surface forty-five meters overhead.
He saw more rows of amphoras, then a scour channel with darkened timbers protruding below. He drew in his breath. I've seen you empty the gold inside to get at the pot.
Typical archaeologist. Personally, I'll take a sack of doubloons over a pot any day. So what have you got? These date from the time of Augustus, the first Roman emperor.
They come all the way from Italy. His excitement mounted. They've still got the mortar seals over the lids, with the stamp of the Italian estates that made them.
This is Falernian wine, vintage stuff. Costas, I think we've just hit pay dirt. Costas had swum up from the coral head and was hanging in the water at the halfway point, already rising a few meters above the seafloor.
Two minutes to our no-stop limit. There are hundreds of them. This was a high value cargo. A Roman East Indiaman. He felt the thrill that coursed through him every time he touched an artifact that had lain beyond human hands since ancient times.
And shipwrecks were the most exciting finds of all. Not the accumulated garbage of a civilization, castoffs and rubbish, but living organisms, lost in a moment of catastrophe, on the cusp of great adventure.
Adventure that always came with risk, and this time the dice had fallen the wrong way. This had been a ship heading out into a perilous monsoon, for a voyage of thousands of miles across the Indian Ocean.
Jack knew the draw of the east from his own ancestors who had sailed there in the time of the East India Company. They had called it The Enterprise of the Indies, the greatest adventure of all.
Untold treasure. Untold danger. And for the ancients, the stakes were even higher. Somewhere out there lay the fiery edge of the world.
Yet along its rim, as far as you could go, were to be found riches that would humble even a mighty emperor, and bring him face-to-face with the greatest secrets imaginable, with sacred elixirs, with alchemy, with immortality.
The alarm sounded, a harsh, insistent clanging that seemed to come from everywhere. Jack took a deep breath and rose a few meters above the amphoras, then began to fin toward Costas.
They would excavate. So much of archaeology was below the radar of recorded history, about the mundane residue of day-to-day life, but here perhaps they had found something momentous.
It was a shipwreck that might have been a turning point in history, that might have determined whether Rome would ever rule beyond the Indian Ocean.
He looked at Costas, who was staring down into the pool of color in his headlight, reflecting off the sand. Jack checked his dive computer, then saw Costas still staring, transfixed.
He followed his gaze, and looked down again. Then he saw it. Yellow, glinting. Sand, but not just sand. A fantastic mirage. He blinked hard, then exhaled and sank down again until his knees were resting on the seabed.
He could scarcely believe what he was seeing. Then he remembered. A Roman emperor's lament, two thousand years ago. All our money drained off to the east, for the sake of spice and baubles.
He looked up at Costas. He looked down again. The seabed was carpeted with gold. He picked up a glittering piece, held it close. It was a gold coin, an aureus, mint, uncirculated.
The head of a young man, strong, confident, a man who believed that Rome could rule the world. The emperor Augustus.
We don't want anyone else picking up what we say. There's enough gold here to fund a small jihad. He savored the moment, holding the gold coin, looking at the glittering spectacle in front of him, the rows of amphoras in the background.
Costas was right. Jack was an archaeologist, not a treasure hunter, but in truth he had scoured the world for a discovery like this, good, old fashioned treasure, an emperor's ransom in gold.
And it was Roman. He looked up, saw the Zodiac far above, sensed the darker shadow of Seaquest II a few hundred meters offshore.
He flashed an okay signal to Costas, and jerked his thumb upward. The two men began to ascend, side by side. Jack glanced back at the receding seafloor, the details now lost in the sand, the amphoras indistinguishable from rock and coral.
He had dreamed of this for years, of finding a wreck that would take him back to the greatest adventure the ancient world had ever known, a quest for treasures of unimaginable value, treasures that were still beckoning explorers to this day.
His whole spirit was suffused with excitement. This had been the dive of his life. They had found the first ever treasure wreck dating from ancient Roman times.
He saw Costas looking at him through his face mask, his eyes creased in a smile. He whispered the words again. Don't have a Kindle? Beyond your wildest dreams.
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This wasn't as good as I expected because there was a great deal of back historical reminiscing that dragged the story along.
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There we entered the kitchen and I saw the rest of the Furious Five and Po. It was awkward in two ways, one for Po since he's supposed to be the Dragon Warrior and for me since I'm a human and they all don't know me.
After standing there being uncomfortable, I see Viper gesturing to me to sit next to her, so I did and darted my eyes at everyone as I'm not used to being around people of different drastic sizes.
With Po at the end of the table at my right. Next to my left is Viper, opposite Po is Monkey and opposite Viper is Crane and Tigress is opposite me which is just perfect for me.
Mantis is on the table because of his size. How he's able to be like this after what happened, I have no idea. My name is Luke.
This made an awkward aura present in the room. Crane cleared his throat to kill the quiet. Tigress made a low growl at this and I'm getting more scared just being near her.
I choked on and spat rice all over at what he just said and Viper swiped her tail and smacked Mantis.
After dinner was finished, I decided to clean the dishes, partly because I wanted some time to myself and calm down. By the time I finished, I walked my way to the barracks to see Po standing there in front of me and then I heard the Five ahead talking.
She sounded concerned for Po. The Dragon Warrior fell out of the sky in a ball of fire. That's a bit harsh isn't it? Okay, now this is nothing but bullying, I'm disgusted, these guys seem to be the worst kind of kung fu master.
Now I'm actually worried what they'll say about me. We should give him a chance. I heard that and a little smile crept on my face to know that she is concerned for me and is willing to take a chance on me.
Then I looked back at Po and saw that he was trying to touch his toes and fall on his back. When we entered the hallway to the rooms, Po went first and I followed, it was tense as the creaks would be loud enough to wake up the Five then right as Po was about to enter his room, Tigress opened her door.
You're a disgrace to kung fu and if you have any respect for who we are, and what we do, you will be gone by morning.
Po stood there flabbergasted and Tigress turned her head to see me with that dark look still on her face.
I did just that instantly in fear of Tigress hitting me. The room was empty except for a bed. So be prepared to go back to your pathetic parents or be strong, freak.
All of the fear that I had in me was extinguished the moment Tigress called my parents pathetic and me a freak. Hearing that made me boil with anger and frustration partly due to me remembering something from his past.
So I bolt up and walk right to her face, barely touching each other. They aren't pathetic. I heard some of the Five wake and I even stormed past Po as I exited the barracks and saw a tree with pink petals which eased me down a bit and so I walked to it and rested up on it to look at the view.
I turn my head to the master and look up at the tree. Something's bothering you. How he knew what's wrong, I have no freaking idea. In my case, my parents.
I have a fear of big cats and I haven't even done anything special to warrant me being this mighty warrior. All I can say is that like the Yin and Yang, one has a part of the other, you being in this world is you being a part of your world, you're meant to be here and bring some balance.
That actually made me feel better. After a while, I walked back to the barracks and into Tigress's room.
I quietly open the door to enter and then close it. Then I looked at my sword and noticed a vest folded next to the sword.
I picked it up and noticed that it's orange with black shoulders, which must be a uniform. I decide to use it as a pillow and then I drift off to sleep.
Tai Lung, Shifu's former student, has just decided to break out, and he did with a duck's feather of all things. He just defeated all the guards and he exits the prison and sees the outside world.
He then sees this hooded figure standing in front of him holding Zeng, a servant of the Jade Palace. The hooded figure took down his hood and revealed a man with a buzzcut and a scar across his face.
Tai Lung was surprised to see this human. And I believe we can help each other. You see, I know you want the title of Dragon Warrior, I want to get a crystal, the Heart of the Tiger and someone I know might have it.
We both know where they are, so let's help one another. Zeng in turn flew away instantly and didn't stop. I opened my eyes suddenly for no reason other than that I always wake up very early in the morning every day, due to my training over the years.
I got up and put on the vest I used as a pillow and it didn't look half bad. But just as I'm about to open the door, a gong rang, must be a form of alarm.
I took it that the Five wake up to this. And I'm right as Tigress got up from her bed and opened the door. I didn't say it though because this is all new to me.
This doesn't go unnoticed as Shifu made his way to me, next to Tigress and hit one of my feet with a stick. It was such a sharp pain.
He stood there with a smile as though he was being a joking little devil. And for hiding in the corner of the training hall yesterday.
Tigress told me. I glared at Tigress for what she did and she just stared back with no emotion. Then I turned my head forward to see Shifu say that Po quit as he's not in his room.
We all followed Shifu to the courtyard outside the training hall to start some training. I let everyone walk in front of me as I stayed back a few feet all because of Tigress and also because I don't feel that welcomed.
This isn't unnoticed as Crane looks behind and sees me apart from the Five. I didn't want to talk about all of that stuff. Thankfully he didn't push me any further, probably because of the tone of my voice.
Okay, what does that mean? Did he want the panda to step down? Well, that is squandered the moment he pushes the doors open and sees that Po is seemingly trying to do the splits, he seemed very frustrated.
I had to try and contain the laugh that was close to being audible. Crane had to come over to Po and pull him off the set up he used to try and do the splits.
It takes years to develop one's flexibility, and years longer, to apply it in combat" Shifu explained to Po as he threw these two discs in the air and then Tigress jumped up to demonstrate the splits by destroying the discs.
What Shifu said is largely true though, and I say largely because I was able to properly do the splits after one month's training. Then Tigress lands on all fours and scowls at Po, and thens walks back as the pieces of the discs fall.
One of the pieces hit my foot and I winced at the pain. Then Po for some reason picks up a piece. The only souvenirs we collect here are bloody knuckles and broken bones.
It must be to try and intimidate Po into fear. I just sat on the stairs leading to the Training Hall. Po didn't even have a chance, he needed to work on unexpected attacks, next was Monkey and Po needed to work on rapid fire attacks, Crane, well since they were on this jade tortoise, he needed to work on balance.
And then there's Mantis, with this one, size and speed. Shifu had a look on his face of supposed victory, just disgraceful.
Po, however was still pumped for more, what is up with this panda? This must've been the last straw for Shifu since he decided to face against Po, he didn't even face Tigress yet, and judging by the looks the Five gave to each other, Shifu must be brilliant.
Yep, he threw Po around in a blur and beat him up a lot. All the while telling him stuff about finding an opponent's weakness, and using their strength against them till they quit.
Po was so oblivious to what Shifu was trying to do that he flat out said he'll never quit. Shifu looked mad, and he kicked Po through the door and he bounced off the stairs.
Okay, now this guy doesn't deserve to be a Master, I know that the Masters I knew would say the same thing. Will they just stop with the bullying.
Thankfully, Viper hissed at him to stop, why is Viper the only one excluding me that is willing to give Po a chance. I wouldn't mind a little spar for the day.
Then she struck at me but I managed to miss her tail and kicked her to keep some distance between us. She then came me again slithering on the floor and wrapped herself around my ankles and then swiped my face with her tail.
It stung but then out of nowhere I had some strength in me which allowed me to perform the Spinning Wheel and then hit her with my feet and hands.
This was what stopped her and I saw the looks everyone gave, they were surprised to say the least. I landed on all fours and sat on the ground with sweat pouring down on my face.
Viper then slithered her way towards me and bowed. She's reminding me of a friend I once knew. Then I got up on my feet and tried to walk to the barracks but Shifu stopped me,.
Nearly everyone there jumped at my outburst and strength. Shifu looked angry at me and pointed his staff at me. Now I've just had enough of this bullshit.
He just lit a fire in me. I swatted the staff away and pointed my finger right at him. And you don't deserve to be called Master after your disgusting behavior towards the panda!
And you should keep your little kitty cat on a leash! Then right when I finished that I heard a roar to my right and felt claws strike my cheek which made me lose balance and then Tigress pounced on me with my chest on the ground.
She then dug her claws in my arms. Not again. Again, she called me a freak. I may have been told to train here, but it doesn't technically make me a student.
Now get off me! She thankfully did that by backflipping off me and landed next to Shifu. I sat up and saw that she didn't draw blood and then I wiped my fingers on my cheek and felt pain and saw blood on my fingers.
Then I got up and walked. Now was the time to tell them something I've thought about for some time. Everyone there, even Shifu and Tigress looked at me as though they were saying 'What?
Then I just ran away to try and clear myself, as I did this I heard Viper calling out for me. I ran as fast as I could to the Peach Tree since it helped me last time.
When I reached the tree, I collapsed on my knees from being exhausted and I was thinking about my past for the first time now. I was remembering all of the screams, buildings on fire, roars and fighting.
It all is too much for me that I cried under the pressure. How can I move on and let the past go as it defined me for who I am. You also have to understand and overcome fear and worry, they'll hold you back.
How the hell does he read my mind? If you saw my past, you'd see that it's impossible to do that. This place can help you with that and even give a family to support you.
You might as well give it a chance. It made me feel better and looking back, I should try harder than I usually did before. I realised it was nighttime so I walked to the barracks to try and sleep.
Then as I walk down the hallway, I heard some talking and it's coming from Po's room. I walked quietly so that I could hear what's going on.
The door was open and Tigress was standing in front of Po. Or since. From what this suggests, it seems that this Tai Lung did something bad and it affected Shifu so much that he thinks he can make up for a mistake by training the Dragon Warrior, apparently believing Tigress is the Dragon Warrior.
That's it! She even raised her arm up to strike Po but then Mantis stops her saying that he's tweaked his facial nerve.
Then Po fell forward and holy shit, the amount of acupuncture needles seem overkill. This woke everyone up from their trance at Po and looked right at me standing in the corner with my arms crossed.
This surprised me since when I last saw her, she looked as if she wanted to kill me. You seemed distraught and upset when you ran from the courtyard.
I was remembering what Oogway told me and I think it's now time to tell them and maybe start the process to let the past go. The Five positioned themselves to listen and Mantis is still dealing with Po.
Each style is taught by 3 masters. I was taught in the Tiger style by Master Yen, he was the greatest teacher at the academy. He had a bond with a warrior who was taught the Tiger style as well, Moon Sang.
Yen found Moon abandoned in a ruined house when he was a baby and raised him as though he were a son. Moon took to kung fu like a fish to water, he would always try and perfect himself and even partake in tournaments held at the academy.
This wasn't enough for him though. All of it corrupted him to the point that he wanted more than to be a master. He wanted the crystal. Anyway, Moon craved so much power because he learned of why he was abandoned when he was a baby and wanted revenge.
When he was found guilty of these actions, he was expelled from the academy, feeling he was denied his revenge and power, he formed a gang and tried to take revenge on the academy.
All of the masters and students including myself fought for the whole night. The zoo in the academy was in havoc as members of the gang tried to use the big cats to their advantage.
I was running after Moon as he was trying to get the crystal back but then the tiger pounced on me and the leopard joined in as well, I was practically staring at the eyes and jaws of death.
I was about to be eaten when Master Yeoh saved me and we continued the fight. Yen had to fight the very person he treated as family, Moon nearly won but Yen took him down.
I was physically shaking telling this story but it was cathartic to let it all out and I even shedded tears remembering those that I lost, great friends in students and masters.
Yen decided to destroy the Heart of the Tiger and ever since then, Yen stopped being caring and kind and became strict and distant. I finished my training 3 years after that, and I was gifted with a sword called the Tiger's Tooth.
Viper had her tail over her mouth and Tigress and Crane had their heads hanging down. Everyone agreed and left the room. I was about to as well until Tigress grabbed my hand.
I turned around to see her face and it wasn't even cold and emotionless, there was guilt in her eyes. It worked thankfully as she smiled at what I said.
Here, I realised that I don't fear Tigress and actually enjoy her company, I now think that I've fully overcome my past.
We both managed to get to the kitchen and we both sat next to each other and this was around when Po was explaining a story involving a customer at his dad's noodle shop while making noodle soup.
Tigress just simply some tofu cubes. I wouldn't mind trying the soup. Hope you like it. Mantis took the first sip. You should try my dad's Secret Ingredient Soup, he actually knows the secret ingredient.
Why, you having a smaller mouth means you can eat more than normal. I was so wide eyed. Then he took a huge sip of his soup and he didn't notice that a noodle was stuck above his mouth making him look like he had a moustache akin to Shifu's.
Mantis chuckled at this. Everyone noticed and they too chuckled at this. Well, except for me and Tigress. Everyone except for me and Tigress didn't laugh because it wasn't even funny.
I never heard of it, work hard panda, and someday, you'll have ears like mine. Everyone laughed harder and I just pinched my nose at how unfunny it was.
But then everyone stopped laughing, and when I looked up and turned towards Po, I could see why. Shifu was standing there with a stern look on his face and he was holding Oogway's staff, why was he holding it?
Wait, no, he can't be gone, he just can't. He turned around and saw Shifu and dropped the bowls which landed perfectly and he slurped the noodle into his mouth.
Just great, this Tai Lung is now out and now it seems Shifu is now accepting of Po. Po himself looked scared out of his mind.
So he is gone, and everyone in the room gasped at this news. There's no way, that bastard's supposed to rot in prison.
I stood up so quick that the chair slammed up on the shelf behind me and I slammed my fist on the table. Everyone looked at me.
This makes sense but how is it possible for people from my world to come into this one? I looked up at Shifu and noticed that Po is gone.
Then I looked at everyone and I knew that they were going to try to take down Tai Lung themselves. I know that they believe that they can do it so I can't try and stop them.
At least buy us time. I may have trained in kung fu, but I'm a bit rusty and I need to perfect my form and technique in order to beat Moon since he was considered the best student in the Tiger style.
I walk to Tigress's room and pick up my sword. I put it over my shoulder as the scabbard has a strap and walk through the Jade Palace to try and calm myself to try and think about how to fight against Moon.
My walk led me to this grand hall full of all these artefacts with all these jade pillars, it all looks beautiful and peaceful.
I even rested there for 3 hours. Then I woke up and looked at a pool that is surrounded by stacks of scrolls, and I decided to comb through them to see if there's anything about the whole deal with the Tiger Warrior, and then I finally found the scroll that explains it all.
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Publisher: NetDragon Websoft Inc. Share Embed. Free To Play. Play Game. Add all DLC to Cart. Featuring meticulously researched battle equipment and weaponry, music from renowned Final Fantasy Composer Hitoshi Sakimoto, and delivering high-octane strategic combat - Tiger Knight: Empire War delivers a thrilling gameplay experience that will keep you coming back for more!
In the Early Access phase of the game, players can take control of three of the most powerful armies in Chinese history - the Three Kingdoms.
Each army boasts its own strengths and weaknesses, allowing players to choose the forces that best represent their battle strategies.
Tiger Knight brings the archers, infantry, cavalry and generals of the Wei, Shu and Wu armies to life using an optimized Unreal3 engine, as well as the PhysX physical engine, Hair Works and advanced action motion capturing.
The developers at NetDragon have spared nothing in their attention to historical accuracy, researching existing ancient artifacts to design each weapon and piece of armor available in the game, while using real-life battle equipment to record in-game sound effects.
The game features three distinct modes of play, and will soon expand the selection of armies to include the Romans, as well as many of histories other greatest forces!
Join the battlefield today to see why so many players have already fallen in love with Tiger Knight: Empire War! Game Modes Command Mode: PVP Mode with soldiers players from all camps can respectively command 1 adjutant and up to 40 soldiers.
Command Mode consists of battles comprising hundreds of units and includes two sub-modes: Conquest and Siege. Duel Mode: PK between generals without soldiers This mode features battle without soldiers.
It supports a 16V16 battle and contains six sub-modes. Players can fight individually or in teams. Each bout lasts for about 15 minutes.
This mode features three difficulty levels: easy, normal and hard. Players have access to a vast amount of combo attacks, charge attacks, and charge and penetration techniques to defeat opposing forces in battle.
Restraint on Weapons and Armors Tiger Knight employs a unique method for calculating damage and defense.