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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby Perhong_Angtong » Fri Nov 02, 2012 2:10 pm

Man, has it been 4 years since the last update of this already? Time sure flies... I just finished re-reading everything here.

Such funny stuff, too bad it seems like this will be discontinued after all of that D:
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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby Taishi Ci 2.0 » Wed Dec 26, 2012 7:24 pm

You guys are still carrying the flame after all these years? Keep living the dream. :huohu:

I wrote myself into a corner with this one and just lost interest in trying to make it work. But maybe someday I'll revisit it again.
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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby James » Wed Dec 26, 2012 8:58 pm

Taishi Ci 2.0 wrote:But maybe someday I'll revisit it again.

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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby Prana » Thu Oct 09, 2014 8:19 am

Just want to share. Try read this comic http://san.paulguo.com/ very funny and amusing :)
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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby DragonAtma » Mon Nov 03, 2014 2:00 am

Taishi Ci 2.0, you should really should restart work on Fate of a Rebel. I have it on very good authority that James will pay you between $25-30 million* in cold, hard cash when it's finished!


* May possibly be 25-30 million Zimbabwean dollars instead of US dollars.
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Re: Fate of a Rebel/Parody of the Three Kingdoms

Unread postby bro3rd » Sun Jul 30, 2017 7:51 am

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Is this the way how people out of China call this kind of "brothers"?

The relationship of this kind of "brothers", we call it "Jie Yi Xiong Di". "Xiong Di" means brothers that have same parents.
Jie Yi is a kind of ceremony. When men set up "Jie Yi", they usually hold sacrificial rites to heaven and ancestors.
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