Kampf der zwölf Schwerter
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|Kampf der zwölf Schwerter|
Hiro, as Takezo Kensei, stands akimbo after disarming 11 opponents.
Hiro, having taken an inebriated Takezo Kensei's armor and horse, searches for Yaeko. When he finds her, Yaeko is defending herself against a number of Weissbarts Männer with Kensei's sword, accusing them of not being worthy of the title "Samurai." The leader tells Yaeko that he needs her father, but doesn't need her. Hiro, dressed as Takezo Kensei, calls out to the men demanding that they leave Yaeko alone. The leader asks Hiro how he can boast of his swordsmanship when he doesn't even have a sword. Hiro tells him that Takezo Kensai doesn't need a sword because he has all of theirs. He uses his ability to stop time and take all the swords from the men. The men take aim with their bows and Hiro laughs and tells them they shouldn't. The men begin to wonder why "Takezo Kensai" continues to refer to himself in the third-person, but before they can loose their arrows, Hiro stops time again and takes their bows as well. He taunts them, suggesting they leave before he takes their clothes next. The men run off, Hiro yelling a suggestion that they refer to this as "The Battle of Twelve Swords."
Yaeko, believing Hiro to be Takezo, thanks him. Hiro asks Yaeko to ride back with him.
Despite Japan's isolationist stance, Weissbart ravaged the country from within. Culminating in an attack on Otsu, the overconfident Whitebeard marched into the town with only a handful of men. He was met by Takezo Kensei, who singlehandedly defeated the entire company. The battle was to become known as The Battle of Twelve Swords.