Oh my giraffes, what are we to do with this guy? Throws table :/
Tonight’s chapter: Chapter 34: A New Life: My Son, Your Name is An Yang!
Once Master An exacted his revenge against the Ran family, he was conflicted, should or shouldn’t he bring Ran Feng Ge back to be nurtured under his wings? Ran Feng Ge is after all, his own flesh and blood – a tiger, though cruel, will not devour its own cubs! What Master An had wanted to do was to get back at Ran Chen; not only did he get his wish, he managed to implicate Ran Chen’s two sons in it as well. Therefore, Master An decided to bring Ran Feng Ge to America, get him as far away from the Ran family as possible, who knows, perhaps with time, he would be able to accept things as is and assimilate into the An family.
However, after returning to China, Master An had been unable to locate Ran Feng Ge. He received information that Ran Chen had been admitted into the hospital, which prompted Master An to make a trip down to the hospital in an attempt to locate his son. Alas, not only was he unable to find Ran Feng Ge, he found out that his “wife” Ran Wen Lu had gone crazy.
Even after going back into the Ran family compound and waiting for a whole day and night, Ran Feng Ge was still nowhere to be found. It was only then that Master An started panicking – using all the An resources to search for his son.
Because Ran Feng Ge was under the Su family’s protection at that time and the Su family’s security was airtight the An family was unable to locate Ran Feng Ge at that time.
At least, that was the case until the day Su Yi Mo decided to take the both of them out for a drive. That was the day the An family finally got a lead on the whereabouts of Ran Feng Ge.
The only problem was that it was too late, by the time the An family could make a move, Ran Feng Ge had already been hurt in the accident.
The men who had hurried to retrieve the unconscious and injured Ran Feng Ge from the carnage met up with Master An as soon as they could to admit Ran Feng Ge into a hospital.
Once the preliminary treatments had been performed and Ran Feng Ge was pulled back from hell’s gates, the words the attending doctor said next were that Ran Feng Ge is suffering from a severe traumatic brain injury and that complications could arise.
Master An was beside himself waiting anxiously for Ran Feng Ge to regain consciousness. With regards to this son of his, he was full of contradictions – at one end, he felt immense guilt towards the suffering this young son of his had been through, but on the other end, this was what everyone from the Ran family deserved.
It was only after 5 days that Ran Feng Ge finally regained consciousness.
His head was aching tremendously, his vision unfocused and blurry. He was unsure of where he was or why he was there; the only thing Ran Feng Ge was sure of was that something was not right at all. Ran Feng Ge was unsure why everything around him was so foreign and unfamiliar.
“You’re finally awake. Do you feel any discomforts anywhere?” Master An asked gently as he rushed forwards towards his son.
Ran Feng Ge could not help the suspicion from flooding his eyes as he eyed the stranger before him: “Who are you?”
“…” Master An was taken aback for a moment before quickly replying, “I am your papa.”
“Papa?” Ran Feng Ge repeated the strange word on his tongue, his little face full of suspicion. The word papa was very foreign to him, and from the little memories he still retained, it was a very unfamiliar word.
Master An misunderstood Ran Feng Ge’s tone and assumed that his son had been calling out to him – his heart wrenching a little, wondering to himself Ran Feng Ge must hate me, doesn’t he?
“My son, are you hurting anywhere?” Master An asked tentatively.
When Ran Feng Ge tried to recall any memories his head would throb and ache horrendously. Therefore, Ran Feng Ge decided to accept this whole papa business and see where it takes him.
After all, why would a stranger who had nothing to do with him send him to the hospital and take care of him?
“My head hurts… There are a lot of things I can’t remember…” Ran Feng Ge said as his small hand rose up to massage his temples. Raising his head, Ran Feng Ge looked towards Master An, “Papa, what is my name?”
With just one papa, Master An could not help but feel elated and comforted, his lips pulled into a gentle smile, his eyes turning into crescents – Ran Feng Ge losing his memory was a good thing – before replying: “Son, your name is An Yang!”
Even though Ran Feng Ge had no memories at the moment, he instinctively knew that this name was not right, thereby prompting him to ask: “Really?”
Master An knew how to play the game and allowed his expression to crumble almost immediately: “Yangyang, are you suspicious of papa? Why would papa lie to you?”
Feeling guilty, Ran Feng Ge stammered: “I’m sorry…”
An Yang? An Yang… … Whatever, so be it. I can be you’re An Yang for now – at least until I get my memories back.
Even though that was what Ran Feng Ge had decided, the awkwardness between father and son was very pronounced. Ran Feng Ge didn’t talk much with his father. It wasn’t long before he was thinking about his mother. Being only 8 years old, Ran Feng Ge could not help but ask outright: “Where’s mama? Why doesn’t she come to see me?” Ran Feng Ge hesitated for a moment before asking again: “Why am I in the hospital? Why can’t I remember anything?”
Master An had been expecting this, therefore he was unfazed by the questioning. Instead, he leaned forward over Ran Feng Ge and gently smoothed out his hair, ensuring his voice was as genteel as he could manage before saying: “Mama didn’t come back to China. Only you and I came into the country for a holiday. You were accidentally hurt at the playground. This is why you are unable to remember a lot of things. Once you feel better, papa will get the good doctors here to give you a thorough check-up to make sure you are all healthy. So you have to be good and listen to papa okay?”
Ran Feng Ge felt that the man before him was just a stranger and everything he said was just words, however, Ran Feng Ge also knew that he was not at the stage where he could refute anything therefore, all he could do for now was nod his head obediently without saying anything in reply.
Master An released the breath he had been holding before he stood up and turned to call for the doctor.
The doctor gave Ran Feng Ge a full check-up and agreed that the temporary amnesia was most likely caused by the head trauma. With adequate rest, the missing memories might come back in time.
Once all of his external wounds were mostly healed, Master An had Ran Feng Ge discharged immediately, quickly making their way to the airport.
Even though Ran Feng Ge accepted Master An’s aid on the surface, he allowed himself to be called “Yangyang”; Ran Feng Ge always knew something was amiss.
Master An was a powerful man, he was a man’s man and didn’t pay much attention to details. Seeing that Ran Feng Ge was quiet with his head down, he had assumed that his son was just tired and thus scooped him up into his arms and asked: “Yangyang, are you tired out? You’ll be able to rest very well once we get home. Seeing a familiar environment might bring your memories back.”
“En…” Ran Feng Ge muttered a reply before struggling, “Please put me down, I’m not tired, I want to walk.” It was too awkward, it felt as though he was missing something.
“Call me papa and I’ll let you down.” Master An recognized the conflict in his son’s features and knew that he was still suspicious. Looks like getting Ran Feng Ge to call him papa wouldn’t be as easy as he thought it would be – therefore Master An decided to tease him a little.
Ran Feng Ge couldn’t help but pout as he unwillingly muttered: “Papa…”
“Aw how good!” Master An cried out as he smooshed Ran Feng Ge’s cheeks gently before carrying him onto the plane.
Once they found their seats, Master An personally helped Ran Feng Ge with his seat belt and called one of the air stewardess to bring a blanket over. Gently tucking his son in, Master An said: “Let’s get some sleep, when we wake up we’ll be home!”
Ran Feng Ge couldn’t help but feel excitement building up within him. He couldn’t remember ever flying on a plane, even if he had memories of it he couldn’t remember them now so for him it was his very first time in an airplane. All the exhaustion that he had been feeling before the flight, magically disappeared as he stretched his neck as far as he could to take in all the sights within the airplane compartment. His eyes the size of saucers as he looked around him with untainted innocence.
Looking at Ran Feng Ge’s naivety, all Master An wanted to do at that point in time was to pull his cute adorable little son into his embrace; had he known that this son of his was so utterly adorable, he would have flown back into the country a lot sooner to take him back to where he belonged! However, with things the way they are now, it was also not too bad to take advantage of the situation to keep his son by his side now. Master An was now very sure that his decision to take this son of his in was ultimately the right decision.
Ran Feng Ge could not help but stare at all the other passengers in awe, after that, he turned his sights to the window next to him. Just then, the in-flight announcement sounded to inform all passenger that the plane was about to take off – Ran Feng Ge could not help but feel a little apprehensive as he grabbed onto the seat handles.
A loud hollow noise sounded from the engines outside the window and rang loudly through the entire cabin, it was so loud that Ran Feng Ge felt his ears were ringing, but this was all part of the excitement! Looking outside, Ran Feng Ge was elated to see the ground and all its buildings slowly becoming smaller, slowly disappearing under the clouds as they flew higher and higher up towards the clear blue sky. It was a very funny feeling, but it was not bad.
The little rascal could not stop his mouth from falling open in awe, as his eyes shone with unbridled excitement.
Once the plane reached flying altitudes and the seat belt signs went off, people started standing up and moving around – some of them headed into the dining cabin, others to the toilets. Ran Feng Ge could not contain himself and wanted to quickly explore the entirety of the plane. Focusing all his attention to Master An, Ran Feng Ge tugged on the little corner of Master’s An sleeve: “Papa! Can I leave the seat to go explore?”
Master An could not take the large innocent eyes that were focused on him, and the way Ran Feng Ge called him papa pushed him over the edge. Squeezing the little boy’s nose lightly, Master An reached over to help Ran Feng Ge unbuckle his seat belt as he said: “Go on and have fun!”
Ran Feng Ge hopped off his eat and cautiously made his way down the aisle, airplanes were a new and foreign concept for him to explore; even though they were so high up in the sky, walking up and down the aisle still felt as though he were walking on the ground thousands of miles beneath him. It was all so new and fascinating to him that even in an enclosed space up in the sky, there were still things to eat and toilets to be used!
After roaming about for a while, Ran Feng Ge made his way back to his seats just as the food trolley started to make its way down towards them. Ran Feng Ge spotted the many different snacks stacked onto the trolley and wondered what they would taste like and so he pulled at his father’s sleeve again, asking hesitantly: “Papa, I want to eat that.”
Ran Feng Ge was unsure if Master An would be willing to purchase it for him. From what he could remember, it seemed that whenever he asked for something to eat, the people around him would fight to buy it for him, but who were those people? Ran Feng Ge could no longer remember them.
Master An was more than happy to accommodate Ran Feng Ge’s request, he reached over and pulled a large variety of the different snacks and piled it onto Ran Feng Ge’s table, at the same time Master An reached for a packet of milk and placed it in front of his son as he ruffled his little head of hair: “Go on and enjoy!”
Ran Feng Ge felt that this unfamiliar papa was not a bad person, he was willing to accommodate his request and spoil him whenever he could. It wasn’t too bad a feeling. Picking up one of the kid snacks that had just been gifted to him, Ran Feng Ge held it in front of Master An and said: “You can eat it too!”
Master An could not help but let out the loud happy laughter erupting from within as he took the little packet from tiny hands: “Let’s eat this together!”
The plane journey was fun and relaxed, both father and son were happy.
It was two in the afternoon when the plane finally landed in Los Angeles. There was already a car waiting when Master An exited the airport hand in hand with Ran Feng Ge, while a team of bodyguards followed up behind them. Ran Feng Ge turned his head to look at the suited men behind him from time to time, unable to shake off the feeling that this was a very familiar sight.
Actually, when he had been living with Su Yi Mo, this was a very common occurrence. Wherever they went, a team of highly trained bodyguards would always be following up behind them – the only problem was that Ran Feng Ge didn’t remember this at all.
The car drove along unfamiliar streets and strange foreign sights were visible outside the window, this made Ran Feng Ge apprehensive for unknown reasons. His little hands balled up into tiny fists as he desperately asked himself what mama was like, and would she be angry that he was unable to remember her at all? Or… would she be worried?
Master An had long prepared in advance a team to return first and update the entire family that he would be bringing home his illegitimate son and of the circumstance surrounding his new found son. They were alerted as to what they could and couldn’t say in front of him and the consequences that would follow should they fail him.
His wife was naturally upset at the notion that her husband was bringing a brat that he had with another woman into their home, but she knew better than to let her real emotions surface. She played the model wife and had the servants clean out the extra guest room for the child to stay in.
The wife had already made calculations of her own with regards to the whole situation, her own son An Mu was already 13 years old, he was the rightful heir to the An family and its inheritance. Her husband’s kid with the other woman was only ever going to enjoy the notion of having a complete family, but he will never have the chance or the opportunity to fight with An Mu for the inheritance.
Seeing as how the child was still young, letting him into the family was only going to make her seem magnanimous and might even make her husband think more highly of her, this way it would make An Mu’s future path even smoother than it already was.
The car came to stop in front of a European style mansion; Ran Feng Ge could not help but feel extremely nervous in the car as he looked outside the window.
It’s so big and huge! This.. This is my home? Why is it that I don’t remember it at all? I know I’ve forgotten a lot of my memories but… shouldn’t there be a sense of familiarity?
While Ran Feng Ge was stuck in his own thoughts, a tiny head popped out from behind the European doors, once he recognized the car that was parked at the front of the gates, the little boy ran out quickly and raced towards Master An crying out: “Daddy!”
This little boy was An Mu. He knew that his daddy was going to return home today and with him was going to be a new little brother. His bodyguards had told him beforehand that his new little brother was a very cute and adorable little thing, therefore An Mu could not help himself all afternoon from pacing around and hyping himself up for their eventual meeting. He would prop himself up against the windows to watch the cars go by, hoping that every car that slowed down outside was going to be his daddy’s car! When the sound of familiar wheels rolling to a stop on the ground beyond the gate sounded, An Mu had stuck his face against the window pane to see that it was in fact his daddy’s car that was now outside!
It was also at this time where Ran Feng Ge popped his head out the back-car door to peek at what was going on. A cute little face revealed itself to An Mu. An Mu felt his eyes light up as soon as he laid his sights on his new little brother. He rushed up and pulled the door fully open, reached in wanting to help the younger boy climb out of the car.
Ran Feng Ge looked at the older boy with apprehension, who was this? However, Ran Feng Ge was faced with a smile that was so welcoming and bright that Ran Feng Ge realized he had reached for the helping hand before he even registered it.
An Mu looked at Ran Feng Ge with nothing but gentleness as he smiled and said: “Yangyang, you are finally back!”
Today we have a new chapter of Ti Shen for you.
When the car exploded, Su Yi Mo was shocked right to his very core, both his eyes burned with tears as he leapt up and off the back seat of the car!
All the bodyguards that had been part of the chase slammed onto their brakes almost instantaneously as they all stared at the explosion before them, all of their hearts jarring at the thought of what had just happened.
Su Yi Mo’s mind went completely blank, and then one single thought raced through his entire system, and that was to run straight to Little Liar’s side!
With a single swift motion, Su Yi Mo unbuckled himself and leapt out of the car running straight for the burning wreckage.
Master Su had very quick reflexes, and within a second, had his arm on Su Yi Mo, pulling him back into the safety of his arms: “Ah Mo! What are you trying to do!”
“Little Liar! I need to go save Little Liar! Let me go!” Su Yi Mo screamed as he struggled with all his might, two streaks of tears pouring steadily from his eyes as he cried: “Little Liar…”
Master Su grappled with his son, pinning him against his own chest as he solemnly said: “You cannot go there now! It is too dangerous!”
“Daddy!” Su Yi Mo cried as he struggled against his father’s strength, “Daddy! Let me go quickly! If I go save him now, there might still be a chanc–”
Before Yi Mo could even finish his sentence, two more explosions erupted from the burning wreckage, engulfing the entire body of the car sending bits of metal shrapnel flying in all directions.
If Ran Feng Ge was still in the car, then, there was no way they would even be able to recover the bits of his body…
“It’s too late!” Master Su said as he pulled his son tighter into his embrace. If they were able to let the assailants believe that the one that died in the car was Ah Mo, then Ah Mo wouldn’t be in danger anymore; and with Ah Mo out of the picture as a potential target from all his enemies in the business world, the Su Family would soon be untouchable.
“Daddy!” Su Yi Mo cried out painfully, “Please! I’m begging you, please send someone to go and save him! Please!”
“Ah Mo! You need to calm down!” Master Su said as he grabbed onto Su Yi Mo’s small shoulders, forcing him to look right up at him, “He did this for you. If you were to rush in there now and expose yourself as the real Su Yi Mo, then you will have wasted all his hard work…”
“I don’t care! I don’t care!! I want my Little Liar! I want him back! I don’t want him to die…” Su Yi Mo cried out hysterically at his father, his little face pained and completely covered in tears.
“Ah Mo…” Master Su sighed deeply as he pulled his son back into his embrace, rubbing his hand on Su Yi Mo’s back trying his best to comfort his heartbroken son, “Daddy didn’t want any of this to happen to him either… But now that it has come to this, we have no other choice, and all we can do now is to take care of his family properly.”
“Daddy…” Su Yi Mo gripped onto his father’s clothes tightly as he buried his face deep into his father’s chest, his pained voice constantly crying out “Little Liar”, “Little Liar”.
You really are a Little Liar. You stole my feelings and left me with such a cruel ending!
You said you wanted to become my wife and yet you still pushed me away that firmly! You abandoned me!
Despicable… Little Liar…!
After that incident, Su Yi Mo became ill for a time. He had a raging fever and was unconscious most days and clung to the children’s football that Ran Feng Ge had left behind, no one was able to pry it away from him.
When he recovered from his illness, Su Yi Mo would sit alone in the yard hugging onto the football in a daze; sometimes he would cry secretly, his entire being still painfully attached to his Little Liar. And then, there were the nightmares. The nightmares that would force him awake in the middle of the night in tears.
In his heart, Su Yi Mo was convinced that everything was his fault. The only reason why Little Liar was dead was because of him!
Had he not selfishly decided to drag Little Liar out that day to go take the photos, they would not have met with that situation! Had he been able to guess what Little Liar had in mind in the car that day, then he would never have allowed Little Liar’s plan to work out! Had he been able to run just that little bit faster, then he would have been able to tell all the bad guys that, he was the real Su family’s one and only heir, and that the person they were chasing was not the Young Master Su!
He was just a Little Liar… He was mine… My Little Liar…
It took a long while, but Su Yi Mo who became withdrawn and depressed eventually started to accept the fact. However, it was not without any repercussions, it was as though Su Yi Mo became an entirely different person. Before Su Yi Mo was like small adult; a matured and intelligent young child, but still a child, then after Ran Feng Ge “died”, Su Yi Mo evolved into the iceberg he eventually became known for almost immediately. It was as though he never knew how to smile or to laugh, just one look from him was enough to make people turn away from him.
Within the heart of the young Su Yi Mo, was a deep scar that refused to heal. In his short life of experiences, having given out his feelings without reserve only to have them shattered cruelly, was too utterly painful! Really too painful! Therefore, he vowed that he would rather not allow himself to get close to anybody else lest he had to go through the same pain all over again!
Master Su was not a cold-hearted man. He did send his men out to survey the wreckage site after, where they only managed to find the fatally injured Ah Huo. Ah Huo only managed to mutter: Little Liar… He.. He is not dead… He jumped from the car… However, due to his injuries he died before he was able to complete his sentence. Sadly, Master Su could only settle all the funeral proceedings and ensure that Ah Huo’s family would be well-taken care of in the future.
Later, Master Su did try and find out more information on Ran Feng Ge’s whereabouts, witnesses of the crash revealed that several well-dressed men in high end western suits were spotted carrying a little boy who had been involved in a road traffic accident away – but whoever those men in the suits were, Master Su was unable to figure out no matter how much he tried. However, Master Su was convinced of one thing: that child did not die in the explosion.
However, seeing as how Su Yi Mo had changed, Master Su was slightly reluctant to inform him of Ran Feng Ge’s situation. He felt that the person his son had evolved into – the stoic iceberg like persona was exactly what Su Yi Mo needed to be to inherit the Su Family’s business in the future. The young gullible boy from before would never have been able to carry the burden of becoming the head of the Su Family nor would he have been able to stand his ground against all the old fogies within the company! Truth be told, the Su Yi Mo of present was the best kind of candidate to be moulded into the king of kings!
Therefore, the period where Ran Feng Ge lived with the Su Family was slowly forgotten with the passage of time and slowly buried within the deepest crevices of both Master Su and Su Yi Mo’s hearts.
The only difference was: one buried the feelings due to the heartache it brought with them; the other hid them due to an ulterior motive.
From beginning to end, Su Yi Mo never found out what Ran Feng Ge’s real name was, but he felt sad whenever he touched the word ‘liar’.
Ran Feng Ge on the other hand, had suffered a traumatic brain injury from the car accident, there was a long period of time where he was unable to remember anything. It was a long, long time before his childhood memories came back. But he never found out what that young master’s name was, he only ever knew to called him “Ah Mo” – he did not even know which Mo it was.
Many years later, Ran Feng Ge returned to G city from America and had decided to go back to the manor where he had one of the happiest days of his life. Once there, Ran Feng Ge found out that the manor had changed hands several times while he was gone, the entire yard had been renovated. Nothing from the past had been saved leaving Ran Feng Ge with only his memories.
Having learnt to be able to let thing be as they are, Ran Feng Ge only shrugged his shoulders before turning to leave.
Forget it, I’ll just treat all of that as a dream I once had!
At that time, Ran Feng Ge’s grandfather had already passed away, his mother’s illness had worsened to the point of not being able to even recognise him. Ran Feng Ge was going through a very difficult time in his life as he could not help feeling that in his world, there was now no one who cared about him. Life was now meaningless and without joy, and all Ran Feng Ge could do was live each day as it came without any motivation or goals to work toward in life.
While he had been in America, Ran Feng Ge had the opportunity to study a highly sought-after profession – the ability to change one’s appearance at will and many other skills that worked in unison: the skill to become a ‘Body Double’. It was through this that Ran Feng Ge became acquainted with Chen Xi Ran and Mi Le.
The only reason he returned to G City in the middle of a mission was because Ran Feng Ge had sustained a head injury which caused him to recover his missing childhood memories. Because of this, he decided to come back home for a visit in an attempt to find his beloved playmate from before. Alas, time waits for no one; being unable to find the person he had been looking for, Ran Feng Ge felt even more detached from his past self now.
Ran Feng Ge paid for his mother’s medical bills and even left a large sum of money for any further treatments, on top of that, he tracked down both his uncles who had been released from prison and helped them find proper jobs without them ever finding out. All Ran Feng Ge wanted to do now was to ensure that his remaining family members would be well-taken care of.
After ensuring that his family was alright, Ran Feng Ge threw away all his attachments to this city and went back to America to take on new and exciting ‘Body Double’ missions; he was not only able to earn big bucks, he would also be able to live a life full of thrills and excitement. There was not going to be a dull moment in his life from now on.
He was a single man with no emotional attachments, whatever he wanted to do, he could do them with no regrets.
To be honest, Ran Feng Ge did not really want to go the America; that was because that place held a nightmare he never wished to remember – the An Family.
However, because he had his mentor and his two buddies, he was a little reluctant to part ways with them. After hesitating for a long while, Ran Feng Ge still decided to take the leap of faith and go back to America.
The only thing Ran Feng Ge never could have expected was that on his return to America, he would meet with an even worse nightmare – Lan Kuang.
To get a clear picture, one has to go back all the way to the day of the car explosion where Ran Feng Ge took on his very first mission of being a body double to protect Su Yi Mo.
After pushing Su Yi Mo out of the car and successfully diverting the assailant’s attention onto them, Ah Huo was only able to release the breath he had been holding. He could not help himself from thinking – Little Liar is really very intelligent!
Once he had that short breather, Ah Huo started ruminating about the situation he and Ran Feng Ge were now in.
It must be because the assailants were now getting very desperate, one of the cars that had been chasing them sped up until they were in front of their car before turning the car around 360 degrees, driving straight towards them at full speed!
Ah Huo’s driving skills were better than the average man, and he knew that at times like this, guts were all that mattered. Therefore, without batting even an eyelid or letting off the accelerator even a little bit, Ah Huo sped up head-on towards the incoming vehicle hoping that the driver of the other car would chicken out before they crashed.
The two cars kept getting closer and closer, and even Ah huo started getting anxious.
“Shieekkkk–” the sound of metal against metal screamed in his ears as the car Ah Huo was navigating swept right past the incoming vehicle causing the entire car to jar leaving only two wheels in contact with the road for a moment before the remaining two wheels returned to the asphalt. The oncoming assailant car smashed directly into one of their accomplice’s cars causing a large amount of fuel and motor oil to start leaking from the undercarriage of both damaged cars. Desperate times call for desperate measures, both damaged cars refused to slow down and returned back to the chase.
Ah Huo knew immediately that this was a very bad situation to get caught up in because those two cars were now explosions on wheels waiting to happen. Therefore, Ah Huo ordered Ran Feng Ge to find an opportune time to jump from the car. Ran Feng Ge knew from Ah Huo’s tone that the situation had now turned very dire, even though he had put on a brave front ever since before he pushed Su Yi Mo out of the car that didn’t mean that Ran Feng Ge was not afraid of dying. Nodding his head in response to Ah Huo’s suggestion, once the car slowed down, Ran Feng Ge flung his small body out from the car door.
Two boys, two different times of jumping from a moving car. Ran Feng Ge did not have the luck of Su Yi Mo in that, he did not have a lush green field by the side of the car to land on, there were only guard rails. Ran Feng Ge smashed into the guard rails and because of his small stature, he slipped right in between the rails and tumbled mercilessly down the gravel slope that was on the other side.
After tumbling down the roughed surface of the slope, Ran Feng Ge had only just managed to slow down when the explosion rang through the air. The heat wave and energy erupting from the explosion flung his small body even further down the slope, the tumbling only stopped after his head slammed against a large rock near the bottom of the slope. The pain that had enveloped his entire being then and there forced Ran Feng Ge into a state of unconsciousness…
And the people who rescued Ran Feng Ge at the end of the day… Ran Feng Ge’s biological father, Master An.
Oops! Looks like I’m a little liar too, we’re not done with volume 2. A great big thank you to Jypoonie for this translation.