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One Day, Three Autumns

An Alarming Series of Apparently Unrelated Events

Things begin to happen...

A demon fights its way out of hell to end up in modern Hong Kong…

A professor, Alister Chen, is asked for help by one of hist students, her sister having been kidnapped by a mysterious sorcerer in traditional robes.

A retired martial artist, Hu Bao Feng, working in a noodle shop, stops a group of ruffians from wrecking the noodle shop, but is saddened to find that his former student,Shan Dien, is behind them.

In the distance past, a healer and magical creature in human form, Li Song, is sent to examine a magical shrine by a mystical warning, and is catapulted into modern day Hong Kong to hunt an Evil Sorcerer. She soon ends up working at Hu Bao Feng’s noodle shop.

Upon investigation, Alister Chen, finds he must seek out a particular sorcerer and ask his help. The sorcerer will soon by at low-class unlimited fighting tournament. Alister prepares to attend.

Upon investigation, Hu Bao Feng finds that his former student will be participating in a low-class unlimited fighting tournament. Hu Bao Feng decides to compete as well.

On the day of the tournament, Li Song decides to accompany Hu Bao Feng to the tournament. It must be destiny!

At the tournament, a sorcerer is met, a costume is hastily donned, some healing is done. But when the hands of the master were about to teach the student the errors of his ways, the demon (we all remember the demon, do we not?) bursts through the wall, intending vast mayhem on the body of the student!

Battle and property damage ensues! Alister Chen, Hu Bao Feng and Li Song banish the demon, but not before Hu Bao Feng is wounded. All others, including Shan Dien and the sorcerer, flee.

Hu Bao Feng is given medical treatment (both modern and traditional), and the three agree to meet the next day to resolve their (obviously) now-tangled stories.

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