American Samurai, Part 2

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This story begins generations earlier, when the Great Uzaimon Katana had discovered a piece of fallen heaven. This find was metal so powerful it emitted an eerie black glow. He captured its energy by forging this ethereal metal into a special blade. After each and every pounded fold was given for strength and power, Uzaimon thrust the red-hot length of this otherworldly metal into the cold water to quench and set it. Upon cooling, carbon crust magically appeared. He then collected these particles of crust and sprinkled these bits onto his daily rice, which he ate with great gusto. He sincerely believed that in ingesting these bits he would become

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Sensei Gary Lee
Sensei Gary Lee, the American Samurai, is a 9th Dan black belt, a USA Karate Federation gold medalist, winner of five Super Grand National Titles, a featured actor in the movie Sidekicks, and is the founder of the National Sport Karate Museum.