Sir Rumplestiltskin is a knight, a legend from Arendelle to Camelot. He’s the Light One, the Ogre Slayer, the hero amongst heroes. In a battle against the sorceresses Cora and Maleficent, a magic bean transports him in the world without magic, a world of nightmare where he recognizes no one and nothing. He meets a shocking woman named Lacey, who has no manners he expects from a lady.
Can Sir Rumplestiltskin and Lacey get to know each other, and maybe more ?
You can read the whole story in chronological order here.
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She froze, staring over his shoulder. He saw her right hand scrabble frantically among the cutlery and grab a knife.
‘That bastard has just walked into the place! she hissed. 'Reacher Gilt! I’ll just kill him and join you for the pudding…’
'You can’t do that!’ hissed Moist.
'Oh? Why not?’
'You’re using the wrong knife! That’s for the fish! You’ll get into trouble.’
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Jackie’s done it, Jet Li’s done it but did you know that Donnie Yen’s done it? Drunken Boxing, that is. In a little known film called “Hero Amongst Heroes”, Donnie busts out a kind of updated, modern version of the drunken style complete with sped up moves and wire assistance. It’s still dope though, especially for those looking for an overlooked gem in Donnie’s filmography.
The film was released in the US under the title “Fist of the Red Dragon” (not to be confused with the Jet Li film, “Legend of the Red Dragon’) and you can get it, used, on Amazon for $0.01.