Yip Goo Sing wants to test out the skills of an alleged expert of a finger-based martial arts technique and master of hing gung and waits for him on a rooftop. Upon seeing his opponent, Yip Goo Sing attacks with his signature sword technique, the Teen Ngoi Fei Seen.
His opponent, however, isn't the "four-eyebrowed" Luk Siu Fung, but the Dali Kingdom's Prince Deun Yu, who isn't much of a martial artist, but can use the 6 Mak Divine Swords Technique invented by his ancestors as well as the hing gung of the Siu Yiu Sect (Ling Bor Mei Bo).
Can Yip Goo Sing slash down Deun Yu before being fatally stricken by 6 Mak Divine Swords?
In another scenario, Yip Goo Sing is in the imperial palace threatening the life of the emperor...but this is not the Ming emperor seen in THE DUEL. The emperor that Yip Goo Sing is attempting to assassinate is none other than Deun Yu's descendant, South Emperor Deun Chi Hing, and the emperor is armed with a sword as well as his signature 1 Yeung Finger Technique.
Is Yip Goo Sing in for an even better duel than Sai Mun Chui Sheut could give him?