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Okami Vegeta Act2: part 16
Wind and Fire
Issun: Now thats one big windmill! I saw it from down in the village, but I had no idea it was this big! Hey, whats that?
They all looked over beyond the platform and at the wind.
Issun: Its swirling round in front of the big windmill. It almost looks like wind, but its black and foreboding. Its as if the wind were being forced in the opposite direction. I wonder if that swirling evil air is what stopped the windmill? Maybe thats why the Divine Wind stopped blowing? If so, it must be the work of that Crimson Helm! Wonder how we could get rid of that evil air...
Vegeta just stared at the wind. There were three air currents and they were all flowing in the wrong direction. The fi
Okami Vegeta Act2: part 15 Inside The Shrine
Vegeta, Trunks and Issun headed back to the Gale Shrine and Princess Fuse. When they arrived, they found the other 5 Satomi Canine Warriors laying on the floor in two rows leading up to Princess Fuse in the back.
Princess Fuse: Why, its my favorite two men and bug.
Issun: Enough with the bug thing already!
Trunks couldnt help but snicker while his father was keeping Trunks and Issuns fighting under control.
Princess Fuse: I must speak to you about the 3 remaining Canine Warriors. I am sensing something different about them. Do you bring no word of their condition or whereabouts?
Issun: ... ... Well, um... about that... We did find the other 3, but... Uh...
Princess Fuse: You found them!?
Issun: Well, yeah...
Vegeta: Go on Issun. Tell her.
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