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The KJin Mission: A Power Colors Tale

Talee

Published August 28th 2013
ISBN : 9781492214168
Paperback
256 pages
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KJin had been a disappointment to his parents. Both parents were Kre Masters of the Miir order, and moderately talented with the power colors. They had dreamed of having a child who would reach the upper echelons of the mastery wielding greatMoreKJin had been a disappointment to his parents. Both parents were Kre Masters of the Miir order, and moderately talented with the power colors. They had dreamed of having a child who would reach the upper echelons of the mastery wielding great control over the power colors. Instead they got a child who, while exceptionally talented in the martial arts and a borderline genius, had no ability at all with the power colors. The only real evidence that he was not just another villager was that he had been able to teleport from birth and he was exceptionally skilled at precognition. Neither talent, however, had anything to do with the power colors, they were simply extrasensory skills. Being the child of two masters, KJin lived among apprentices and masters with full access to all the training made available to them. In an attempt to fit in among them, he apprenticed himself to one of the senior masters security guards and declared for the Laar order. Rather than bringing him closer to his parents, this move created an even wider gap between them as his chosen order was the complete opposite of theirs. When the Srin Masters testing cycle came to his home planet, KJin was encouraged to test for the Mir mastery even though he believed he was not yet ready. He nearly made it through the testing though failing on the final match of the martial arts sparing. During the testing, however, he was noticed by the Srin Masters head of security and was asked to demonstrate his skills with teleportation for the Srin Masters wife. This started a chain of events that whisked him out of his safe, if uncomfortable life in the training centers. He soon found himself receiving a different type of training, learning to maintain a cover under duress, and to hide his extrasensory skills. After he mastered these skills, he was smuggled into the Witch Hunters realm where he was to make his way to Educator, now known as Shame, and contact the underground cell of masters that was supposed to be there.