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Im in trouble thought Kenji but that wasnt anything new - you get used to trouble when youre the Japanese Mafias most notorious hired killer Kenji retreated back into the shadows and unsheathed his katana the katana that has earned him the respected name Shadowblade among his peers The reason for this was twofold before a kill he would blacken his blade with the smoke from a candle to prevent the brightness of the steel alerting his victim The other reason was the dexterity with which he wielded it - none had gone against him and lived to tell about it He voided his mind and calmed his thoughts preparing for the onslaught that was to come Which he knew would come because Kenji had taken the wrong assignment killed the wrong person He had been commissioned a job to kill a powerful enemy of the Yakuza but this powerful enemy had had powerful friends and now they demanded payback - in blood There was now a 2000000 reward for anyone who brought these powerful friends his head and a family that been holding a grudge against him for far too long now had decided to cash in on the reward money He sensed a sound up ahead and he crouched down into the shadows of an alley to wait mind calm and katana bared and ready The attack came fast Kenji counted 5 of them at least all armed with night vision goggles and glimmering swords - swords he guessed that had been treated with poison to make sure he wouldnt even survive a flesh wound As the first of them attacked he leapt backwards and kicked out at the wall behind him performing a flip that sent him over the heads of his enemies As he spun in the air he turned to face them bringing his katana down into the back of the first of his still-confused enemies The man
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