Ravaging Times

volume 24

Back Cover Couplet
Enemy after enemy; joke after joke

Previously on Ravages
Pang Tong deploys adaptive strategem; Cao Cao suffers painful defeat at Yushui Pass

Ravages Afterword
If you ask me where in Hong Kong I like the most, I have to say it’s the gallery at Tsim Sha Tsui Cultural Center.
Ever since I don’t know when, it’s been the place for my inspirations. I like to sit on the long bench there alone, listening to the stories of the various items, looking at the works of masters, and suddenly ideas would surge through my mind. Another day well-spent. I feel insignificant, but motivated.

It must be a great place to sleep.

Next on Ravages
That day Cao Cao, without a care in the world, laughed out loud.

He glanced back and saw a wolf.
Volume 25
Wolf Glance, Wolf Tear


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