Dzogchen Monastery, Tibet
The world was still half wrecked after the invasion of the Kisekians, countries were destroyed, millions of lives lost and the world was about to enter a dark age, thanks to the massive ammount of damage done to the most important countries in the world. Usso Namae, a world famous japanese businessman, was already helping as much as he could, donating massive ammounts to the relief organizations and helping as much as he could with the rebuilding of the world, with his Company, Garyuu. Inc working day and night at minimum wages, trying to help as much people as they could. Usso worked even more than anyone, travelling back and forth to the most affected countries, helping them by any measn he could. Doing from big events to giving a family enough money to survive for a year, he seemed to be everywhere he was needed. The media was all over this, trying to guess why a man of his importance and wealth would spend so much time and money helping others. He already was known as the most charitative man in Japan, and now he seemed to want to extend that fame all over the world. Nobody knew that his money had an endless supply, and for each life he helped, his real Company, Mangetsu, was ending two. Usso was only the mask he used to hide his actions, a mask so perfectly crafted that nobody could see throught it. Kuro-san was smiling coldly under it, knowing that thanks to the actions of Akuma Shinma his own plans were in motion, and were getting closer and closer to his main objective. Kuro-san real plans in this world tour wasnt extending the peace and prosperity, that was only a facade for his real activity. His plans included a massive martial arts tournament in Japan, that would serve three purposes. Number 1, getting data from any possible threat to his plans, analyzing that information and creating countermeasures to it. Number 2 getting charity money from the tournament and while giving it to charity, it would be stained money, all from underworld deals. Number 3 this would allow him to get all the do-gooders in one place at the same time, giving him a lot of time, at least a week or so, of less opposition worldwide, so the next phase of his plans could start. Now he was in Tibet, searching for a martial artist only known as Fengbao, that lived in the Chetzan Dzong fortified monastery, deep in the Himalayan range, roughly 200 kms to the west of his current location. He was only guarded by one bodyguard, only a temporal replacement until the one he hired for this trip get to the rendevous point with him, on the footsteps of Dzogchen Monastery. With flawless chinese, he spoked to his bodyguard, a man named Chao Long Fan, and dismissed him after paying him his money and an extra. In matter of minutes his new bodyguard would arrive. In normal conditions Usso, would take his personal bodyguard, a woman expert with the naginata and martial arts, descendant of a Samurai familiy. She was on maternity leave, given almost like an order by Usso, since she didnt wanted to leave him alone, even more now that he was travelling all along the world.
The town around the Monastery was brimming with activty, while Usso waited sitting on the hood of the jeep he bought for this journey. It was an interesting vehichle, reinforced fro almost any climate and with some defense mechanism as bulletproof shields and some tricks to mislead pursuers. Usso hoped to find the man he was waiting soon, as he only had a week to search for Fengbao before moving to the next fighter. Up until now the 5 warriors he went to searc all accepted his invitation. Now it was only a matter of time until the bodyguard arrived. But unknown to him, Chao Long Fan was working undercover for SysCisTech, an American enterprise, that after losing the computer business to Garyuu in South America, they wanted to eliminate their problems by removing Usso. They werent aware of the famous businessman double life as the Emperor of the criminal Underworld, and they decided to sent assasains to do their dirty work. Usso knew about their intent, but Mangetsu Intelligence Network, even as efficient as it was, was unable to detect an signs of attack. Instead of worrying Kuro-san hired the best bodyguard he could afford, a newcomer with great recommendations, and was using millions of dollars in ShinkaTECH devices to protect him, he even carried a small range teleporter and a force field generator. He knew that dying wasnt an option, and if he had to abandon the bodyguard to survive he wouldnt even doubt it. His objective was in a monastery that was carved into a mountain side, and some witnesses said that he could moved faster than lighting, and hit with more power than a tank. Maybe it was exageration, but it was worth the travel to check the rumours out, and travelling was one of the only things the emotionless Kuro-san enjoyed.