Shi Long Pang

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Volume 1
Chapter 1: The Wandering Monk [synopsis]
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Eight Herbs Mountain
In his search for his lost brothers, Pang comes upon a bustling city and meets a hospitable innkeeper and his niece Yang Yang, whom Pang--much to his chagrin--finds very charming. Up in his room, Yang Yang discovers Pang is a Shaolin monk, and for the first time since it happened, Pang begins to recount the tragedy at his temple. Meanwhile, a group of undercover Manju soldiers is on a search of their own to find a certain monk with an important book.

Chapter 2: Battle for Eight Herbs Mountain [synopsis]
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Death of an Artist, Age 8
Pang continues his story. His master Bo has returned unexpectedly from his diplomatic duties with the Qing military bearing terrible news: the government has destroyed the founding Shaolin temple in Henan for harboring Ming rebels, and they're set to destroy all the rest of Shaolin throughout the Middle Kingdom. The monks at Eight Herbs Mountain decide that they will defend their temple and devise a plan to ambush the impending army. And secretly, Head Abbot includes Pang in a plan to save the temple's sacred books in the event that defeat is imminent.

Chapter 3: Refuge of the Heart [synopsis]
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Cloaca Maxima
Pang falls asleep while on perimeter patrol and misses the signal to gear up for battle. In trying to escape some Qing soldiers, he finds a secret, elaborate series of ladders and bridges leading down the mountains to the monks' trenches, which they'd dug for ambush. But perched in the trees above are Qing soldiers with matchlock guns (Pang pieces together that they must have sent spies to the temple). But Pang is too late; most of the monks in the trenches are massacred and battle ensues. After a valiant effort, the monks just can't withstand the imperial firepower without their plan in effect, and Pang flees with Jian to meet Head Abbot and save the books. Unfortunately, they are pursued and Pang is knocked unconscious, while Jian and Master Bo continue their escape. Pang wakes up with the temple ablaze, and manages to save a book from the flames. After fleeing, he discovers another book deep in the mountains suggesting that his brothers made it that far; but due to his wounds, he fails to muster the strength to find them.

Chapter 4: Moon-gazer [synopsis]
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Yang Yang decides that Pang needs to forget about his problems and join her the next day to experience the Mid-Autumn moon festival. Indeed, the two have fun together, Pang becoming even more smitten, but things take a turn for the worse when Pang can't help but put a local bully in his place. The bully, who turns out to be the magistrate's son, takes thing too far--injuring Yang Yang--and Pang follows suit, nearly killing the man. Pang and Yang Yang flee only to find a short time later that the town police are looking for them. Making it back to the inn, the captain of the guard is waiting for them, and unlike the rest of the townsfolk, he has no love for Shaolin...

Volume 2
Chapter 1: Winter Worm, Summer Grass [synopsis]
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After fleeing the city, Pang sets out to find the nearby mountain temple where two Shaolin monks are rumored to be staying. Lost and caught in the rain, Pang desperately follows a stray pig out in the middle of nowhere, until he's waylaid by a hungry tigress. Barely escaping with his life (and his Buddhist integrity), he eventually finds the temple with the help of the pig. But instead of finding his brothers, he is met by an angry kung fu drunk who refuses to believe Pang is a Shaolin monk.

Chapter 2 [synopsis]
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