Battle Of The Dragons

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1966
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I won't hide it.

My men should have killed him by now.

I'm going to take your life.

Fool!

I give up.

I won't put up a fight.

As evil as you are, you

are my former pupil.

I do not want to kill you.

Take your own life!

Teacher...

I won't hear of any excuses.

I have nothing to say

in my defense at this point.

Just...

What is it?

I want to return the Shoryu

scroll that I stole from you.

That is admirable of you.

Please verify it.

This is indeed the scroll!

I won't lose it again!

That's right...

No matter what happens...

Orochimaru...?

You are doomed!

Die!

You tricked me!

You are helpless, after being

bitten by a poisonous snake!

You have outlived your time!

Ikazuchimaru...

Teacher!

I ran into some trouble along the way.

I will prepare dinner right away.

Blood!

Teacher!

What happened?

Who did this?

Please bring some water.

Teacher...

I am going to die.

Please brace yourself.

I do everything I can to save you.

It's useless.

Let me certify you while I am still alive.

Sit me up.

Thank you.

Look in the right eye of the great statue.

It contains the transformation technique.

Here, take it.

Regarding your identity...

Yes?

You are the son of Ogata,

the guardian of Omi.

Your father and mother

were killed by Yuuki Daijo,

a vassal of the Ogata family.

My father and mother...?

I was planning to tell you this later,

and go with you to Omi to help you.

But this had to happen...

Teacher, why are you so kind to me?

Because my former pupil

named Orochimaru...

had lent a hand to Yuuki

Daijo's evil conspiracy.

What's frightening is...

Daijo had sent Orochimaru to kill me.

Teacher, did my senior do this to you?

Get revenge on Yuuki Daijo!

I shall get revenge for

you and kill Orochimaru!

Orochimaru is a frightening man.

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