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The Vow of Silver Dawn (《白银誓约》) is a canon Chinese web-novel written by an author under the pseudonym His Majesty the King.[1] A collaboration between the latter, China Literature, and Lucasfilm Ltd., the novel was announced on October 18, 2019.[5] The first three chapters were released online on December 17, 2020,[1] and the story takes place toward the end of the High Republic Era, around 82 BBY.[4] The final chapters were published on September 21, 2021,[3] on Mid-Autumn Festival.[6]

Released in simplified Chinese on the Shanghai-based Starting Point Chinese Web of the People's Republic of China,[1] the web-novel aims to incorporate Chinese culture to tell an authentic Star Wars story that would resonate with teenagers.[7]

The web-novel follows a teenage Jedi Padawan Sean as he journeys through the Heaven system, located far from the Jedi Temple on Coruscant he was familiar with. Adapting to the local culture, such as chopsticks and the native tongue, Sean realizes that the state-owned corporation which rules the Heaven system is corrupt to the core; separated from his Jedi Master, Mostema, by the authorities, Sean works with local businessman Li Yu and his group of mercenaries to bring freedom to those whose individual rights were oppressed by the state-supported corporate system and to find his master.

Publisher's summary[]

Translated from Chinese:

The energetic, youthful Jedi Padawan Sean meets true darkness for the first time while investigating a murder in a remote, independent star system. He is separated from his master, resisting the rising evil alone. Once his Jedi training is challenged, confronted with a religious crisis, he sets foot on a journey of self-exploration, hoping to bring peace and justice to this star system.[1]

Plot summary[]

Notes on translation[]

Matt Martin of the Lucasfilm Story Group gave the official English title of The Vow of Silver Dawn on Twitter,[8] while a promotional video for the web-novel confirms the canonical spelling of "Sean," the novel's protagonist.[7] Begamor's spelling was revealed in a promotional poster for Star Wars: Timelines.[9]

Note that the following details were translated from the original language of the web-novel, Chinese, to English, taking into account culturally- and regionally- specific terms. However, Chinese names were converted to the pinyin romanization format, albeit without accents (e.g. 安平 converted to An Ping). Additionally, anglicization (e.g. 卜哈 anglicized as "Boohar") and Star Wars terminology (e.g. Givin) were used where appropiate, with conjectural capitalization.

Chinese names feature the surname as the first syllable, so Zhuang Yuanying is sometimes referred to as "Zhuang," her surname. However, already anglicized names, such as Jamie Brasen, were treated per English language conventions, and so he is sometimes referred to as "Brasen," his surname. Chinese names with more than two syllables (e.g. Zhuang Yuanying) had had their forenames romanized into one single group of letters (Yuanying) instead of being sorted into groups per the number of syllables (Yuan Ying).

夏 is romanized as "Xia" only when forming a part of a character's name or when directly referring to the Xia family; otherwise, it is translated as "summer."

A dictator, conspiracies, and the Silver Dawn[]

At the end of the High Republic Era, around 82 BBY,[4] Jedi Padawan Sean and his teacher, Master Mostema, are sent to the planet Begamor to uncover the corrupt nature of its ruler and representative in the Galactic Republic's Senate, Jamie Brasen. After successfully infiltrating Begamor's Presidential manor and completing his mission, Sean is sent to investigate the murder of Nan Heli alongside his master by the Jedi Council.

Sean, Jedi Padawan

Nan was an executive member of the corporation that ruled the largely independent Heaven system in the Oplovis sector, and was an advocate for his star system to integrate more with the Republic despite the local populace's separatist tendencies. While Nan Heli studied the Force extensively and was cautious for his own security, the businessman was killed at his own secluded estate, which Sean and Mostema inspect. While the two Jedi were briefly detained by Xia Yan, the Heaven-earth corporation Security Bureau's leader. Xia wanted the Jedi to leave and drop their investigation, though Mostema threatens to kill herself, which would result more Jedi being sent to investigate the Heaven system. Xia is thus forced to detain the Jedi, and he chooses to detain them in Nan Heli's villa. During their stay, however, the Jedi duo are separated by a pirate raid on Nan's estate, and Sean is forced to handle the conspiracy himself. Meanwhile, weary of the Jedi Order and the Republic, the ruling corporation of the system works to frame the Jedi for Nan Heli's death in the goal of ensuring their hold to power.

Sean is rescued from the pirates by the Silver Dawn, captained by Li Yu and White, leaders of the Knights of Silver Dawn. Indebted to Li and sought by the system's authorities, Sean, concealing his identity as a Jedi, decides to work as a Knight to pay off his debts, biding his time before leaving to rejoin Master Mostema. The Knights, a group of mercenaries who mainly work to support their community back home, invite Sean to the elite red apricot squad, named after a local phrase which meant disobeying customs. Sean thus works alongside group leader An Ping, master sniper Lu Nan, the medic Xu Bo, and the expert mechanic Zhuang Yuanying. Together, aboard the ship red apricot, they pursue a lost Silver Dawn shipment of enigmatic tenebrae, a deadly biological hazard to be used as the core raw material of a new biological water-purifying equipment.

The slaves, the Dragon, and the shipment[]

After a chaotic visit to the Fire space station, red apricot squad traces the enigmatic tenebrae to the Blue Dragon, the most powerful paramilitary force in the system, which had been allowed to take the biological hazard by the station masters. While the squad realizes that they have been manipulated by the ambitious manager of the station to attempt to bring down the Blue Dragon pirates, Sean boosts red apricot squad's morale by suggesting that they place the blame of recent misfortunes on the manager after raiding the Dragon. Seeing that the Blue Dragon was affiliated with the star system's corrupt authorities through the contact Zhang Níngtao, an official of the Security Bureau, An Ping leads red apricot squad in an attempt to capture the official on the asteroid Lake 4399 and ransom him to the Dragon for the return of the enigmatic tenebrae.

Sean was sent to the investigate a murder in the Heaven system.

Just before the raid on Lake 4399, Xu Bo tells Sean that sparing enemy lives may jeopardize the entire operation and result in their deaths. Xu Bo also speculates that the elite Security Bureau guards protecting Zhang Níngtao may all be corrupt officers, as such would be the type of people Zhang may employ for his secret dealings. While Xu Bo further adds that the enemies they are about to face may all be innocent of any crimes, and that to kill them would be to become a murderer of innocents, Xu Bo states that what matters is one's choice between the dichotomy of whether to always be a pure, good person, or to be a person who can act to achieve things. Finally, the medic Xu Bo states that the more experienced a doctor, the more errors—sometimes lethal—they would make, and that there is one type of doctor who never makes an error or accidentally kill their patients, always remaining cleared of any wrongdoing: a doctor who never acts.

After killing multiple squads of security guards and a group of high-ranking associates of Zhang Níngtao, red apricot squad captures Zhang and finds out that he was holding slaves to fulfill his and his men's sadistic pleasures. While the mission was a success, Sean's disguises were useless in every turn of his attempt to infiltrate Zhang's stronghold. Xu Bo explains that the reason for Sean's failure was that he was good-looking; by rule of thumb, corrupt evil-doers had ugly faces. An Ping then forces Zhang to contact the Blue Dragon, telling them to come to the base with the enigmatic tenebrae in hand. Thus, the dragon head, their leader, personally arrives at Lake 4399, receiving a warm welcome from their friends amongst the Security Bureau forces.

The dragon head returns the enigmatic tenebrae to red apricot squad and leaves, though not before destroying several vials of the Heaven-earth corporation's enigmatic yellow blood, an invaluable substance rumored to grant immortality. With Zhang's jurisdiction now responsible for massive losses of the corporation's assets, Zhang is left to die at the corporation's hands. Before red apricot squad could leave Zhang's base aboard their ship, however, Sean hires them to rescue the twenty-seven slaves who would be otherwise left to die at the base. To rescue the slaves, red apricot squad requires their cooperation. However, the slaves were established by the system's authorities to be dead and thus could not reclaim their old identities or rejoin their loved ones.

Freedom, letting go, and profits[]

While some slaves remained skeptical of whether the squad would truly rescue them or did not desire a new life, some other slaves were determined to live, for where there is life, there is hope. All the slaves eventually agree to be rescued from Lake 4399. To rescue the slaves, red apricot squad also requires the assistance of Zhang, who reluctantly agrees to help after Li Yu offered to smuggle him out of the Heaven system to safety afterwards.

After loading the goods stored in Zhang's vault on the asteroid onto an armored freighter containing the twenty-seven slaves, red apricot squad, with Zhang piloting the armored transport, battles an elite squadron of Blue Dragon starfighters in space aboard the red apricot. The squad and their transport destroy most of the Blue Dragon forces, though Sean discovers that Zhuang Yuanying is a non-human while treating her injuries. Red apricot returns to the home of the Knights of Silver Dawn on Wind, and Zhang circumvents Wind's satellite defense network to allow for the Heaven-earth corporation–marked armored freighter to follow suit.

The slaves are set free to find new lives for themselves in the abandoned wastelands of Wind, though Sean realizes that they have lost everything but their lives. While the Jedi Padawan was uncertain of what to say to the survivors, Li Yu arrives to reassure them that Wind's abandoned area is free of the Heaven-earth corporation's evils of violating individual rights, and offers work for the survivors so that they may build up enough capital for themselves to live in whatever way they choose, reigniting their hope. Li Yu also honors his deal with Zhang Níngtao, respecting his property rights and allowing him to take his 23.14 million credits. As part of their deal, Li also gives Zhang a ship ticket to the Republic Core Worlds.

Li ushers Zhang to a nearby hostel and detains him there before the eyes of Sean, exclaiming that the Heaven-earth corporation official was scum for enslaving other individuals, which would have granted Zhang ten death penalties and 200 years of imprisonment in courts. Sean also deduces that letting Zhang—whom he refers to as a "Heaven-earth corporation thug"—go would imperil the Knights' position in the wastelands of Wind as the local population would be displeased. Li asserts, however, that while the majority of the population may oppose letting go in a poll, if he ignores the population's expressed wishes and decides to do so, at least half of the population would back him on-site. Li explains with confidence that many people trust him more so than themselves. Li also states that while killing Zhang would fulfill a democratic, collective wish of the majority people and also give them 23 million credits, letting Zhang go would tell everyone in the Heaven system that the Knights of Silver Dawn can help those wishing to escape the system. While Sean was confused, Li stated that it was simply the truth; any corrupt, oppresive organization would inevitably hurt those within it, prompting such victims—however much corrupt themselves—to tear down the entire party.


Desperate for news of his Master, Sean snuck into Zhang Níngtao bedroom at night for news on the Heaven system (a nighttime scene pictured).

Sean realizes that letting go would cause more Heaven-earth corporation victims such as Zhang to have a change of hearts; to rebel against the authorities and lead to their demise. Li assures the teenager that he was only looking out for his own long-term profits, encouraging a change of hearts within the corporation to increase the likelihood of more business opportunites with deserters such as Zhang. Later at night, Sean secretly visits Zhang in search of answers regarding the status of the Heaven system.

Sean asks whether Xia Yan had any conflicts with the Nan family, and is told that the Xia family had always competed against the Nan family, but by a millennia-old custom, Heaven system politics forbade war between the four great families of the ruling corporation. Sean also learns that Xia Yan listened to no one but the Xia family's elder council, which elevated Xia to his current position as the Security Bureau leader in the first place. Additionally, while seeking information on Master Mostema, Sean learns that even Zhang, the Security Bureau Lake branch branch leader, had not heard of the pirate attack on the Nan Heli villa.

Together, Sean and Zhang deduce that the only possible culprit behind the pirate attack on Nan Heli's villa would be a member of the Nan family. Zhang tells Sean that the culprit could have been Nan Yujin, though a guard enters Zhang's room soon after, taking him to his ship off-world. Sean was thus forced to leave to evade detection, and the Jedi Padawan returns to red apricot squad's base. There he is met by Li Yu, who reveals that he knows, though does not care for, Sean's secret of being a Jedi who antagonized a high-ranking member of the Heaven-earth corporation. Li emphasises that he rescued Sean not for his status, but for his skills and character, and further reveals that Sean's next job is to escort an anonymous individual—secretly Nan Moyou, the daughter of Nan Heli—from Wind to the planet Earth's summer capital, the capital city of the Heaven system, and that that individual is privy to information regarding the other Jedi involved in the pirate attack on the Nan family villa.

Ferrying the mysterious client, the Silver Dawn—with Li Yu, White, Sean, and the ship's crew aboard—travels from Wind to Earth with a detour through the Lake asteroid field, which was personally chosen by the client. Sean attempts to make contact with the client, though the latter remains inside her cabin. The crew thus speculates that the two were lovers, drawing connections between their mission to rescue Sean at the Nan family villa and the present situation to form a logical possibility that their client is a scion of one of the four ruling families of the Heaven-earth corporation, yet is barred from marrying Sean for his relative lowliness. While Sean has nothing to say about such speculation, he found leads in certain points raised by the crew. The Silver Dawn is ambushed in the Lake asteroid field soon afterwards, and Sean is dispatched to maintain the ship as a mechanic.



While saving the Silver Dawn by replenishing lost coolants, Sean encounters the mysterious client and, openly using the Force, saves her from wiring that had come off the walls due to the fighting. The battle is eventually won, and the client asks Sean to open a metal box that was electronically sealed. When Sean forcefully opens it though the Force, the client suddenly takes away the box and retreats to her quarters. There, she is contacted by Li Yu, who asks for her progress with Sean. Nan Moyou states that she thought Sean would not provide the answers she seeks, and tells Li that the only option going forward is to find the other Jedi. Afterwards, since the Silver Dawn was attacked on a route personally chosen by Nan, Li invites his client to join him in interrogating three captured ambushers.

After revealing that the attack was organized by He Shan of the Vermilion Birds, the captives are mercilessly executed on the spot by Li in revenge for two of his men dying during the previous battle, shocking Nan. However, Li states that each and every member of the Knights of Silver Dawn are family, and raises the point that she might do the same to the people who murdered her beloved father. Li further rationalizes that, since the laws of civilization would not protect his people, killing the captive pirates was the only option to protect his people. Sean watches on in secret as White brings out the next batch of captives.

The next three captives reveal that while the Vermilion Birds' attack was led by He Shan, their presence was orchestrated by an outsider. Li gathers that the outsider is Nan Moyou, who admits her part in hiring the pirates to ensure her safety while aboard the Silver Dawn. Nan also expresses her anger that she was betrayed by the pirates, who attacked the Knights of Silver Dawn and nearly killed her. In particular, one of the captives who were executed was Nan Zaizhou, Nan Heli's secretary who was Moyou's uncle figure. Moyou also expresses puzzlement as to why Zaizhou, who was wealthier than her, risked his own life to betray her. Li abruptly interrupts Moyou's thoughts, asking how her father died. Nan replies that she does not know, which was the reason why she hired the Knights of Silver Dawn to investigate the Nan family estate to gather evidence, and expressed her regret that the only evidence is a box that no one could open. Li awkwardly changes the subject, and announces that the interrogation is over. However, one of the captives pleads for his own survival by offering further information.

As the captive stepps forward, he recognizes Nan as the heir to the Nan family and asks if she was the one who hired the Vermilion Birds to disturb Heaven-earth security on Lake 9527—the location of the Nan family villa. While Li rants about the ruling class' incompetence, Nan reveals that she contacted the Vermilion Birds through the late, treacherous Nan Zaizhou, which would explain why all of the Vermilion Birds pirates know of her identity. After Li prompted him to continue, the captive said that the pirates only attacked the Silver Dawn in pursuit of Nan since she owed them payment for the Lake 9527 job. While Nan insists that she fulfilled the payment, Li asks White to investigate the status of the overdue money, and White reports that the money is being withheld by the Nan's bank because her processing fee had expired. Nan to fulfill her contract with the Vermilion Birds, and the situation is settled in peace.

Trust and power[]

Trust and family[]

The Silver Dawn lands on Earth, and Li Yu and Sean discuss the Nan family as Nan Moyou departs for a Heaven-earth corporation meeting about her inheritance. Li explains that the Knights and the Nan family work together for mutual benefit, which leads Li to hope that the Nan family's new leader would not be unwilling to continue working with the Knights. Should the Knights be robbed of their ally, Li plans to bring down the Heaven-earth corporation's headquarters, the skytop, with him. While Li recognizes that a peace provided by threat is a fragile peace at best, and that his plan may be opposed by some of his Knights, Li states that a good leader never surrenders to people's opinions, and that a leader should withstand people's opposition to do the right thing. Li elaborates that as an outlaw, one should never expect to be protected by the rules of civilization. Li also states that he wishes the Knights to become a legitimate organization, though he teaches Sean to be practical and focus on what is closer ahead, such as the Nan family succession and the people around him. Li Yu then tells Sean that he, having saved everyone aboard the Silver Dawn during the previous battle, has become part of the family of the Knights of Silver Dawn, and is responsible for helping to repair the embattled Silver Dawn.

After spending an entire day repairing, Sean is told by Li Yu of a new lead on the events on Lake 9527. In the summer capital, Li had talked to a survivor of the pirate raid there, and the survivor revealed that all of the colleagues he had lost contact with were located inside the Nan family villa during the raid. Li thus deduces that the Heaven-earth corporation is attempting to cover up a secret that occurred inside the villa. Li also informs Sean that he is high up on the internal, non-public wanted list of Heaven-earth security, accused of killing Nan Heli. While Sean wishes to be smuggled out of the Heaven system as Zhang Ningtao did, Li strongly warns against it, stating that the Hutt Kong Zhang, who helped Zhang escape the system, is secretly in league with the system's ruling corporation. However, as the Silver Dawn departs Earth, Li raises the possibility that the Knights may be able to help Sean escape the Heaven system.

A member of the Hutt species; a Hutt provided smuggling routes out of the Heaven system.

Meanwhile, Nan Moyou rests in a hotel in the summer capital after a long conference on skytop regarding her inheritance. She is visited by her uncle Nan Yujin, and while she had enjoyed a happy childhood with Yujin, Moyou forces herself to assess the situation with logic instead of emotion and decides that Yujin is not to be trusted. Yujin, who had just returned from Muunilinst to hear that his brothers Nan Heli and Nan Qianyu have died and that Moyou endured a pirate attack, expressed concern for Moyou. While Moyou resists the urge to embrace her uncle's kindness, she accepts his help, determined to gain his support in reclaiming her inheritance. Probing the seemingly selfless Yujin, Moyou asks if her recollection that Yujin disliked handling family business matters was true. Yujin replies that he simply disliked working with his brother, Nan Heli.

Yujin elaborates that, during their childhood, he disliked being ordered around by Heli. And while Heli managed the family business and kept it afloat, Yujin was free to do as he liked, drawing Heli's envy that Yujin was free to have the time and effort to make Nan Moyou happy by gifting her a Mon Calamari toy. While Moyou remains suspicious of Yujin for steering her emotions, she agrees to his proposal that they travel to skytop and acquaint with the corporation's ruling board of directors in preparation of taking over as the Nan family leader.

The foundation of power[]

On skytop, Nan Moyou expresses her desire to bring justice for herself as the rightful heir of the Nan family. However, Yujin states that justice does not matter in the Heaven-earth corporation; there is no justice amongst the four great families, which has ruled the Heaven system for over two millennia. Moyou then asks what is important. Yujin replies that wisdom only makes one calculating, focusing on gains and losses and in pursuit of so-called justice—yet justice itself rocks the very heart of the foundation of the corporation's rule. Ergo, the people of skytop would value a person's subjective will more so than their wisdom.

Moyou does not comprehend Yujin's words, and so the latter further states that the core of power is the dismissal of calculating gains and losses, the disregard of of justice and axioms, and to do as one desires; what is spoken, the law follows. To take power, one must simply act. Yujin tells to Moyou remember that the four great families have a monopoly over power, and reminds her not to become a puppet of power. Yujin further reminds Moyou that Nan Heli, as a member of the corporation's board of directors, was directly involved in corruption, having pocketed public funding to build his family villa. While Moyou was reluctant to accepts Yujin's words, she follows his lead and listens to his advice as they traverse the corridors of skytop.

The two meet Nan Qiwen, an elderly member of the board of directors' secretariat. At his request, Qiwen gives Yujin a classified copy of the minutes of the previous day's board of directors' meeting. Yujin then meets with Chen Lu of the board of directors, who was also a leading member of the Chen family and the manager of the recent meeting agendas. Yujin asks Chen to grant Moyou attendance at the board's conferences and Chen agrees, arranging a nonvoting seat for Moyou. After parting with Chen, Yujin recommends that Moyou stay at the summer capital to gain influence with the four families' elders, although Moyou, choosing to rely on only her power, decides to return to Wind, the Nan family's headquarters. Before she leaves, Yujin asks how Nan Zaizhou, who he thinks would be more protective of Moyou, is faring. While still shocked by Zaizhou's betrayal, Moyou finds the question to be unavoidable as Yujin was her lone supporter.

Realizing that news of Zaizhou's betrayal would spread sooner or later, Nan Moyou tells Yujin that Zaizhou had arranged a pirate ambush to assassinate her and froze her bank account. She also tells Yujin of the recent incidents that befell herself, and both of the Nan family members find the fact that the elder council tolerated the "accidental" death of Nan Heli and the attempted assassination of Moyou suspicious. By virtue of the Silver Dawn's surprising victory over the pirate ambush in the Lake asteroid field, Moyou and Yujin decide that the Knights of Silver Dawn were their most powerful ally. While the Nan family should not put any trust in their business partners—and the Knights are no exception—Yujin says that they must allow the Knights to get near—though not enter—the family's inner ring of power to gain their trust.

A combination of work and rest[]

A combat simulation room; Sean sparred with An Ping in one such type of room.

At red apricot squad's base on Wind, Sean is given two weeks of mandatory rest—rest had become mandatory as some Knights had the tendency to overwork themselves to death. An Ping also explains that most people hate it when one amongst them excels in their work, and that doing so in a company would undermine the benefit of the collective whole of the group as its boss would demand that the whole group follow the outstanding member's lead to work harder. While Sean does not understand An Ping's logic, he is invited to spar with An Ping. An Ping dislocates his limbs to prioritize speed and extend his reach, which would surely kill even a Jedi if An Ping had a dagger in hand. Sean realizes that he underestimated An Ping's skills, and that the captain's moves are as deadly as they are unpredictable.

After Sean's cookery lesson–turned–brawl with Lu Nan in the kitchen regarding Lu's poor cooking techniques, Xu Bo argues with Lu Nan regarding her violence against Sean. When Xu Bo mentions how Little An's sense of taste was lost to food poisoning at Lu Nan's hands, Xu Bo is shot in the chest. While Little An is the subject of psychological trauma for Lu Nan, Lu had the blaster bolt on a non-lethal setting to prevent killing her team mates. Amidst the awkward silence, Sean asks who Little An was.

However, the heated, blaster-raised response that was expected from Lu Nan by the other members of red apricot squad never surfaced. Instead, Lu Nan directed the question back at Sean, asking who he was. Sean is left speechless, and Lu Nan invites him to train handling a blaster downstairs. While the two left, An Ping and Xu Bo speculate that Lu Nan's unusual response was due to Sean's resemblance to Little An, who was Lu Nan's little brother and who left Lu in a decade-long state of madness. Xu Bo further points out that unlike An, Sean bore no blood relation to Lu Nan, suggesting a growing romantic relationship between Sean and Lu Nan. Xu Bo and An Ping thus spy on Sean and Lu Nan in the training grounds below.

Below, as An Ping poises to stamp Xu Bo in the eye with his middle finger for suggesting a romantic relationship between Sean and Lu Nan, the two spies are spotted by Lu. After exchanging unpleasantaries with the two, Lu Nan sends them away and continues training Sean. In the evening, Lu Nan tells Zhuang Yuanying that Sean was not to be let out of the base per Li Yu's orders. The squad speculates that Li did not want Sean to hear of bad news from Lake 9527, and deduces that Sean only joined the Kngihts of Silver Dawn to use its intelligence network for news of a person lost on Lake 9527 whom he cared about. The next day, as part of his martial arts course, An Ping offers to teach Sean about the inner self to balance his fighting techniques. Sean eagerly accepts, seeing that the idea resonates deeply with Jedi teachings. However, Lu Nan swears at the notion, thinking that it is idiotic and feeling gravely disappointed by Sean.

Secret of the dragons[]

Hidden lair[]

"Are there no laws in the Heaven system?"
―Sean, astounded by the fact that a mega-corporation close to the government conducted inhumane experiments on people[src]

On the third day of training, Zhuang Yuanying takes Sean to the lowest level of the base. A factory, the level contained Sky Three, a starship engine model that was designed by North River Freight 700 years ago and was the most common ship engine in the Heaven system. Zhuang teaches Sean how to modify an otherwise ruined Sky Three into a smaller yet functional engine. When Sean does the modification himself, he enters a trance-like state in the Force, although he is disturbed by the collapse of Zhuang Yuanying, who fell to the ground unconscious, breathing violently.

Zhuang reawakens and storms off to the deepest level of the base. Sean follows, although he is thwarted by the base's automatic defense system. However, the remainder of red apricot squad joins Sean and deactivates the system, leading Sean to the base's deepest level. To Sean's astonishment, he finds a medbay containing lumps of flesh as well as several individuals who share Zhuang's characteristic of possessing two horns on the forehead. Zhuang herself was inside, sleeping by one of the medpay's red-orange containers, which are filled with nutritional fluid.

An Ping explains that the medbay had served as a retreat for Zhuang Yuanying for over a decade, and that Zhuang suffered from traumas as a subject of experiments, although she had been rescued by Gu Zheng, the former leader of red apricot squad. While An Ping and the other squad members pick up Zhuang and turn to leave, Sean realizes that the equipment in the medbay bore labels of Summer Moist Pharmaceuticals, a company closely connected to the Heaven system's government. Astounded by the fact that such a mega-corporation conducted inhumane experiments on people, an angered Sean questions if there were actually any laws in the star system.

Red apricot squad find Sean's naïve question to be ludicrous, although Sean goes on to elaborate that while he understands laws may be ineffective in solving issues, issues would only increase if everyone abandoned them. While Sean concedes that acting outside of the system of law is necessary when the law is ineffectual, people must always uphold the bottom line of the law, regardless of vigilantes' benevolence. Despite Sean's speech, red apricot squad remain unconvinced, having already lost faith in the Heaven system's system of law. As they move on, An Ping tells Sean that the laws of the star system will not protect Zhuang Yuanying; by law, Zhuang could not enjoy full individual rights—the peaceful life she has now is inherently criminal, and they themselves are complicits in helping a fugitive.

Philosophy of rights[]

"She is a living person. Why can't she have individual rights?"
"Why indeed. Without a doubt, it's because the ones who make the law do not wish to see little Zhuang's people to have rights. Plus, you say little Zhuang is a living person, but precisely in Heaven system, little Zhuang does not count as a real, meaningful person."
―Sean and An Ping, regarding the restrictions on Zhuang Yuanying's very existence in the Heaven system[src]

Sean and An Ping continue to discuss the Heaven system authorities' restrictions on Zhuang Yuanying's very existence. Sean remains skeptical, and points out that while Zhuang only featured two horns, there were countless other aliens of much stranger appearances in the galaxy; the slithery Anacondans are allowed to live on Fire, which is under the Heaven-earth corporation's jurisdiction as well.

Yet An Ping refutes Sean's argument, sarcastically asking whether Sean is suggesting that a living being's rights should be decided based on the closeness of their appearance to humans, with Anacondans being used as a contradictory example. The captain further states that whether a life-form or a group deserves rights or not cannot be decided by one person. Who gave Sean such authority? An Ping argues on: Sean, in determining that Zhuang deserves rights with righteous anger, reached such rash decisions as to destroy Zhuang's medical equipment; such ways are little different to those of dictators and tyrants. Sean sees that An Ping is correct—the power to determine whether a life-form deserves rights rests, unfortunately in the case of the Heaven system, in the Heaven-earth corporation.

Sean then queries why would the corporation wish to persecute such a person as Zhuang Yuanying, and is met with a Lu Nan–esque mocking laughter from An Ping. Such an act greatly discomforts Sean, who feels as though all of his thoughts remained within another's control; as if the conversation was rehearsed, with himself playing but a complementary role. An Ping then replies that there is no need for a reason in persecuting a race. Or rather, any one reason is enough to persecute a race. While the Heaven system has a population of a hundred billion, there are very little non-human inhabitants outside of Fire. Sean and An Ping rule out the possibility that the system is far too remote, and the captain explains that the people of the star system simply do not like foreigners.

Many of the system geniunely believe in resisting foreign ideas. Despite prosperity brought by closer ties with the Republic, historical practises do not disappear, and so while species from abroad are treated as guests, the Heaven system's natives were never liberated. While Sean states that such discriminations are in breach of Republic values and suggests that Republic intervention would solve the issue, An Ping interjects, expressing disappointment in Sean's faith in the Republic to shine its light on the shadows of the Heaven system's corruption; where there is light, there is always darkness.

Sean admits that the Republic is imperfect, and knows in his heart that the Republic must have knowledge of the racial persecution occurring in its allied system—and yet does nothing about it. Without his master, Sean realizes that he must solve the situation by himself. An Ping hammers in his point: as beings of similar status as monkey-lizards, the Dragon people, even if set free by Republic legal mandate, will remain precious testing material for Summer Moist Pharmaceuticals, and as a mega-corporation, they will not let go; measures, such as seemingly innocuous contracts signed at birth and laws that allow the reclamation of anyone attempting to breach said contracts, are in place to ensure continual control over those people's lives as medical supply. Ultimately, the Heaven system's laws are in place to restrict individual freedoms and rights. The Padawan, having naïvely believed in the system of law, is left torn and undecided.

New revelations, thickening plot[]

"Dragon people. Half-native life-forms of the Heaven system. Innate force of evil. Encounters not known."
―A centuries-old folk culture entry for the Dragon people[src]

Feeling that the secrets of Zhuang Yuanying and her people are tied to his investigation of the Heaven system, Sean delves into the underground base's database for information on the dragon people. Data show that the people were active long before colonists first arrived, and reliable records of them gradually decreased to zero three centuries past. With horns on the head and supernatural physical prowess, the Dragon people once served as religious leaders in the early phases of colonization, telling fortunes, making offerings, and praying for rainfall, leaving a legacy of legends and folklore amongst the colonists, such as the dragon people summoning winds and rains and controlling the weathers of entire worlds.

The records also reveal that as the colonists' civilization evolved, the dragon people were ostracized from society and blamed for misfortunes. The people were gradually persecuted by the colonists, long before the time of the Heaven-earth corporation. Sean thus determined that as long as the wheels of history continue to repeat itself, even the dismantling of the corporation would not stop the persecution of the dragon people. Sean thus travels to the nearby Omnivore tavern in search of more information about the dragon people.

Meanwhile, Li Yu gathers in a summer capital tavern that just over a month ago, a man with the blessing of the Xia family walked into the bar and hired the Vermilion Birds to assassinate Nan Moyou. The man provided detailed plans, and claimed that he worked for the Ma family—one of the Four great families—and the plot had received clearance from the company board of directors beforehand.

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1 Welcome to Begamor December 17, 2020[1]
2 A simple plan December 17, 2020[1]
3 The dawn before action December 17, 2020[1]
4 With heart, everyone is a master chef December 18, 2020[1]
5 A unique recipe December 18, 2020[1]
6 Contact December 19, 2020[1]
7 Food allergy December 19, 2020[1]
8 A change of plans December 21, 2020[1]
9 Confusion December 21, 2020[1]
10 Legends not forgotten December 22, 2020[1]
11 New mission, new system December 22, 2020[1]
12 On the passenger ship December 23, 2020[1]
13 I have a bad feeling about this December 23, 2020[1]
14 Informant December 24, 2020[1]
15 The right method of threat December 24, 2020[1]
16 Pampered cleansers December 25, 2020[1]
17 A visitor from beyond the skies December 25, 2020[1]
18 Bravery for a just cause comes with a price December 26, 2020[1]
19 The door to the new world is already open December 28, 2020[1]
20 Please pay December 28, 2020[1]
21 The heating stick of a Jedi Knight December 29, 2020[1]
22 Sean one million December 29, 2020[1]
23 Going with the flow to the next stop December 30, 2020[1]
24 Returning home? December 30, 2020[1]
25 The first round of testing December 31, 2020[1]
26 Dinner December 31, 2020[1]
27 Introduction January 1, 2021[1]
28 Can't ask for it January 1, 2021[1]
29 Hunter and prey January 2, 2021[1]
30 Medical care January 4, 2021[1]
31 Good news January 4, 2021[1]
32 Inhuman January 5, 2021[1]
33 A team's warmth January 5, 2021[1]
34 A middle-aged man disabled by stroking cats January 6, 2021[1]
35 Efficient negotiation January 6, 2021[1]
36 To kill without blinking January 7, 2021[1]
37 Windstorm January 7, 2021[1]
38 To kill with a borrowed blade January 8, 2021[1]
39 To strike a dog, one must first strike the owner January 8, 2021[1]
40 Killing license January 9, 2021[1]
41 Test fire January 11, 2021[1]
42 Solo January 11, 2021[1]
43 Infiltration January 12, 2021[1]
44 Disguise failure January 12, 2021[1]
45 There are more important things than killing January 13, 2021[1]
46 True colours exposed January 13, 2021[1]
47 Galactically famous painting January 14, 2021[1]
48 Dragon head January 14, 2021[1]
49 Doing good is never simple January 15, 2021[1]
50 Doing evil is like a shortcut January 15, 2021[1]
51 Precious gratitude January 16, 2021[1]
52 Difficulty is always relative January 18, 2021[1]
53 Ace pilot January 18, 2021[1]
54 Shell shedding January 19, 2021[1]
55 Secret revealed January 19, 2021[1]
56 Reborn? January 20, 2021[1]
57 Reborn?? January 20, 2021[1]
58 A chat at night January 21, 2021[1]
59 All evil people seem forced to act evil January 21, 2021[1]
60 Actual good news January 22, 2021[1]
61 A new job January 22, 2021[1]
62 Imagination January 23, 2021[1]
63 Without a feasible plan January 25, 2021[1]
64 Saving a life January 25, 2021[1]
65 Metal box January 26, 2021[1]
66 Living towards death January 26, 2021[1]
67 Tacit understanding January 27, 2021[1]
68 Nan Zaizhou January 27, 2021[1]
69 Arrears January 28, 2021[1]
70 Family January 28, 2021[1]
71 To steal from oneself January 29, 2021[1]
72 Smuggling January 29, 2021[1]
73 Nan Yujin January 30, 2021[1]
74 Trust February 1, 2021[1]
75 Skytop February 1, 2021[1]
76 An idol's fall February 2, 2021[1]
77 Distinguishing the public from the private February 2, 2021[1]
78 An unavoidable problem February 3, 2021[1]
79 Accumulation of trust February 3, 2021[1]
80 Combining work and rest February 4, 2021[1]
81 Improvements February 4, 2021[1]
82 Running out of fuel February 5, 2021[1]
83 Rapid fire February 5, 2021[1]
84 Déjà Vu February 6, 2021[1]
85 Don't let him get out February 8, 2021[1]
86 Eager to learn February 8, 2021[1]
87 Reuse and recycle February 9, 2021[1]
88 A new course February 9, 2021[1]
89 Sky Three February 10, 2021[1]
90 Resonance February 10, 2021[1]
91 Strict precautions February 11, 2021[1]
92 Medbay February 11, 2021[1]
93 Law February 12, 2021[1]
94 In the spirit of contracts February 12, 2021[1]
95 Necessity of distance February 13, 2021[1]
96 Yet more mysteries February 15, 2021[1]
97 Negligence of duty February 15, 2021[1]
98 Thriller February 16, 2021[1]
99 Who is Responsible? February 16, 2021[1]
100 Trading Intelligence February 17, 2021[1]
101 News Interview February 17, 2021[1]
102 Disappeared? February 18, 2021[1]
103 Only on the Way February 18, 2021[1]
104 To handle one as one would handle others February 19, 2021[1]
105 In the dark February 19, 2021[1]
106 Reapplying past skills February 20, 2021[1]
107 Off-board Tricks February 22, 2021[1]
108 The Price of Naivety February 22, 2021[1]
109 Brothers February 23, 2021[1]
110 Grassroots staff February 23, 2021[1]
111 Anti-customer February 24, 2021[1]
112 Hidden February 24, 2021[1]
113 Distinguish between ourselves and the enemy February 25, 2021[1]
114 Ask heart February 25, 2021[1]
115 Indirect February 26, 2021[1]
116 Come down February 26, 2021[1]
117 Return to Space City February 27, 2021[1]
118 Warning March 1, 2021[1]
119 Escape route March 1, 2021[1]
120 Missed March 2, 2021[1]
121 Eye-opener March 2, 2021[1]
122 Poor Kou Mo Chai March 3, 2021[1]
123 Convenient to kill March 3, 2021[1]
124 Impeccable March 4, 2021[1]
125 Handover March 4, 2021[1]
126 Tianxuan Nine District March 5, 2021[1]
127 In the ruins March 5, 2021[1]
128 Dream March 6, 2021[1]
129 Vocation March 8, 2021[1]
130 Restoring March 8, 2021[1]
131 Wonderful person March 9, 2021[1]
132 Eat for the sky March 9, 2021[1]
133 Miscellaneous March 10, 2021[1]
134 Daughter March 10, 2021[1]
135 Two five years March 11, 2021[1]
136 Never hesitate March 11, 2021[1]
137 Lei Yongxun March 12, 2021[1]
138 Touching March 12, 2021[1]
139 Threat March 13, 2021[1]
140 Give up resistance March 15, 2021[1]
141 Third District March 15, 2021[1]
142 Irretrievable March 16, 2021[1]
143 A difference March 16, 2021[1]
144 Damn March 17, 2021[1]
145 Dead March 17, 2021[1]
146 Ambush March 18, 2021[1]
147 Not revenge March 18, 2021[1]
148 Into the play March 19, 2021[1]
149 Opportunity March 19, 2021[1]
150 Whimsical March 20, 2021[1]
151 Risk March 22, 2021[1]
152 Veteran March 23, 2021[1]
153 Good will March 24, 2021[1]
154 Anti-customer March 25, 2021[1]
155 Zhang Jincheng March 26, 2021[1]
156 A story that is hard to tell from the truth March 27, 2021[1]
157 Necessary sacrifice March 29, 2021[1]
158 The story of the year March 30, 2021[1]
159 Cut off March 31, 2021[1]
160 Exchange terms April 1, 2021[1]
161 Disappear forever April 2, 2021[1]
162 Bodyguard April 3, 2021[1]
163 Murderer April 4, 2021[1]
164 Authentic April 6, 2021[1]
165 Unintentional work April 7, 2021[1]
166 Bomb in the restaurant April 8, 2021[1]
167 Special person April 9, 2021[1]
168 Have enough April 10, 2021[1]
169 Foolish intimidation is meaningless April 12, 2021[1]
170 Black history April 13, 2021[1]
171 Open the door first April 14, 2021[1]
172 Eighteenth April 15, 2021[1]
173 Focus April 16, 2021[1]
174 Afterword April 17, 2021[1]
175 Recycle April 19, 2021[1]
176 Duty April 20, 2021[1]
177 Staff April 21, 2021[1]
178 Unknown information April 22, 2021[1]
179 Go further April 23, 2021[1]
180 Calm down April 24, 2021[1]
181 Courage April 26, 2021[1]
182 Allegations April 27, 2021[1]
183 Years of layout April 28, 2021[1]
184 No leeway April 29, 2021[1]
185 Invalid hostage April 30, 2021[1]
186 Strong in the outside world May 1, 2021[1]
187 Vicious May 3, 2021[1]
188 Life's ups and downs May 4, 2021[1]
189 Over the line May 5, 2021[1]
190 Matter within May 6, 2021[1]
191 Hurt May 7, 2021[1]
192 For what May 8, 2021[1]
193 Brainstorm May 10, 2021[1]
194 No choice May 11, 2021[1]
195 Don't be a conspirator May 12, 2021[1]
196 Always win undefeated May 13, 2021[1]
197 Awakening May 14, 2021[1]
198 An unrecognizable old friend May 15, 2021[1]
199 The landlord May 17, 2021[1]
200 Optimism May 18, 2021[1]
201 Time issue May 19, 2021[1]
202 Approaching May 20, 2021[1]
203 Heroes May 21, 2021[1]
204 Troublesome May 22, 2021[1]
205 Lead the way May 24, 2021[1]
206 Expectation of friends May 25, 2021[1]
207 Die again May 26, 2021[1]
208 Lower body May 27, 2021[1]
209 To idle about May 28, 2021[1]
210 Newcomer May 29, 2021[1]
211 Investors May 31, 2021[1]
212 Come again when you have time June 1, 2021[1]
213 Media person June 2, 2021[1]
214 The role of the media June 3, 2021[1]
215 Supernatural powers June 4, 2021[1]
216 The last level June 5, 2021[1]
217 Professional ethics June 7, 2021[1]
218 Meticulous June 8, 2021[1]
219 Tracking all the way June 9, 2021[1]
220 The Plan Has Changed June 10, 2021[1]
221 Anonymous account June 11, 2021[1]
222 Good alive June 12, 2021[1]
223 I'm fine June 14, 2021[1]
224 See once June 15, 2021[1]
225 Again June 16, 2021[1]
226 Of course June 17, 2021[1]
227 Silent June 18, 2021[1]
228 Who is the wicked June 19, 2021[1]
229 Family gathering June 21, 2021[1]
230 Upright June 22, 2021[1]
231 Veteran June 23, 2021[1]
232 Nervous preparation June 24, 2021[1]
233 The Jedi Is By My Side June 25, 2021[1]
234 Coexistence June 26, 2021[1]
235 Tit for tat June 28, 2021[1]
236 Preemptive June 29, 2021[1]
237 Unimpeded June 30, 2021[1]
238 Move forward July 1, 2021[1]
239 Aftermath July 2, 2021[1]
240 Passing by July 3, 2021[1]
241 Strong aid debut July 5, 2021[1]
242 This Is Not An Accident July 6, 2021[1]
243 Shock July 7, 2021[1]
244 The only way July 8, 2021[1]
245 Calm July 9, 2021[1]
246 Fully armed July 10, 2021[1]
247 Stray dogs July 12, 2021[1]
248 Advantage July 13, 2021[1]
249 Pick a side July 14, 2021[1]
250 Dead end July 15, 2021[1]
251 Liwei July 16, 2021[1]
252 Get one's wish July 17, 2021[1]
253 Stabbing July 19, 2021[1]
254 Rules July 20, 2021[1]
255 Two Choices July 21, 2021[1]
256 Relic July 22, 2021[1]
257 Delivery July 23, 2021[1]
258 The Truth July 24, 2021[1]
259 Dragon people July 26, 2021[1]
260 Ambition July 27, 2021[1]
261 The Meaning of Legacy July 28, 2021[1]
262 The Value of Hostages July 29, 2021[1]
263 Nan Yujin, You Speak July 30, 2021[1]
264 After the Carnival July 31, 2021[1]
265 Unexpected Reinforcement August 2, 2021[1]
266 Cornerstone August 3, 2021[1]
267 Lose it all August 4, 2021[1]
268 A Dead End August 5, 2021[1]
269 A way out August 6, 2021[1]
270 Long-term Investment August 7, 2021[1]
271 Emergency August 9, 2021[1]
272 Why crazy August 10, 2021[1]
273 New Conditions August 11, 2021[1]
274 Express one's own opinion August 12, 2021[1]
275 Fame and fortune August 13, 2021[1]
276 This Is Silver August 14, 2021[1]
277 This Is The Jedi August 16, 2021[1]
278 This Is The Cornerstone Number August 17, 2021[1]
279 Put away your sympathy August 18, 2021[1]
280 The Sad and Unbreakable Truth August 19, 2021[1]
281 Slave Ship August 20, 2021[1]
282 Bottom deck August 21, 2021[1]
283 Neighbors August 23, 2021[1]
284 Prophet August 24, 2021[1]
285 Loyalty August 25, 2021[1]
286 Do evil August 26, 2021[1]
287 Absurdity and Inevitability August 27, 2021[1]
288 Wave by wave August 30, 2021[1]
289 Behind the scenes August 31, 2021[1]
290 Go to Zhubo September 1, 2021[1]
291 Take a vacation September 2, 2021[1]
292 Betrayal September 6, 2021[1]
293 Blue Justice September 11, 2021[1]
294 One hundred secrets and one sparse September 17, 2021[1]
295 Take advantage of the chaos September 19, 2021[1]
296 Overlook September 20, 2021[1]
297 Friends hard to find September 21, 2021[1]
298 Irreplaceable September 21, 2021[1]
299 Complain September 21, 2021[1]
300 What people want, the undercurrent is raging September 21, 2021[1]
301 Export September 21, 2021[1]
302 Goodbye September 21, 2021[1]
303 Smooth sailing September 21, 2021[1]
304 Close to the door September 21, 2021[1]
305 Secret passages September 21, 2021[1]
306 The Unremembered History September 21, 2021[1]
307 On the Train to the End September 21, 2021[1]
308 Disaster Prophecy September 21, 2021[1]
309 Disaster September 21, 2021[1]
310 Fighting Opportunity September 21, 2021[1]
311 Domination of the Battlefield September 21, 2021[1]
312 Fall short September 21, 2021[1]
313 It's time to get to the front of the stage September 21, 2021[1]
314 Don't be arrogant September 21, 2021[1]
315 Do not ask September 21, 2021[1]
316 Sudden Elders September 21, 2021[1]
317 Aftermath September 21, 2021[1]
318 I can't change my words September 21, 2021[1]
319 Negotiations September 21, 2021[1]
320 The End of the Long Journey September 21, 2021[1]
321 Powerless September 21, 2021[1]
322 Unbearable Justice September 21, 2021[1]
323 The Vow of Silver Dawn September 21, 2021[1]
324 The Force Is With You September 21, 2021[1]


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