Ching Ching, Suyet Yee, and Wan Sin got tired up in the pole. Tit Sau saw Sing Chi took care of Ah Kau and criticize them of making love while Ching Ching is in danger. If Ching Ching dies then he doesn’t need to choose. Sing Chi asked Tit Sau how’s Ching Ching. Tit Sau said Ching Ching, Suyet Yee, and Wan Sin got kidnapped. Ching Ching told Sing Chi that there’s a bomb. The sect leader said the’s a bomb and if he doesn’t give the treasure then his friends with die. Sing Chi said he doesn’t have the treasure but give him ten days for him to find it. The sect leader told Sing Chi if he doesn’t give it now, he will fire the bomb. Ching Ching told Sing Chi that even if he stay with Ah Kau she won’t blame him but he must stay alive. Tit Sau and Sing Chi fought with the sects. Ching Ching told Sing Chi to save her father first. A sect member fired the bomb. Sing Chi grabbed Ching Ching and flew. Tit Sau threw the poison and left with Sing Chi and his friends.
Sing Chi transfer energy for Ching Ching. Ching Ching told Sing Chi to forget about finding the treasure and let the sect have it. Sing Chi told Ching Ching she misunderstood, Ah Kau didn’t take the treasure. Ah Kau said she will leave. She and Sing Chi are meant to be enemies. They collaborated because they didn’t want the treasure to be in Manchu’s hands. Ching Ching asked about the Manchu stealing the treasure. Suyet Yee told Ching Ching she has blamed Ching Ching. The person who took the treasure is the prince. Wan Sin told them they have to find the treasure to prove Sing Chi is innocent. Tit Sau wondered if there’s a secret underground to take the treasure. Suyet Yee asked Sing Chi if the prince knows he is with him. Ah Kau wants to take care of Ching Ching. Tit Sau told Ah Kau she doesn’t trust her since she works for the government and she and Ching Ching. Suyet Yee told Ah Kau that Tit Sau meant that she worries she still fall for Sing Chi. Ching Ching said that back then Ah Kau hid her identity but now they know who she is so she doesn’t need to kill her.
Ching Ching returns home. Her grandmother told her that her five grandpas have left home for months. Ah Kau sit and asked Ching Ching if she worries for Sing Chi. Ching Ching said there’s the priest by the prince and many powerful martial artists. Ah Kau said Sing Chi has Tit Sau. Ching Ching told Ah Kau that she has more confident on Sing Chi than her. Ah Kau told Ching Ching she cares about Sing Chi too much so she is concerned about him. Ching Ching asked Ah Kau if she doesn’t worry about Sing Chi at all. Ah Kau said she and Sing Chi go on their separate path and havve ended their relationship while it was tough for her and Sing Chi to be together and don’t disappoint Sing Chi’s love for her. Ching Ching told Ah Kau she thought she was a bad girl but now she realizes she is a good girl. Ah Kau said sometimes it’s hard to know if someone’s a good or a bad person since they have no choice. Ching Ching said she knows that Ah Kau works for the government. Ah Kau bids farewell to Ching Ching.
On the way, the prince and the priest saw Suyet Yee in the middle of the road. Suyet Yee told the priest if he wants to carry the treasure, he must pass by him. Tit Sau and Wan Sin came. The priest asked if he wants to hand over his ladies. Sing Chi told the prince he used to follow this underground to steal the treasure and got caught by Suyet Yee and now he’s doing the same trick. The prince asked the priest how come Sing Chi isn’t dead. Wan Sin and Sing Chi fought with the tibetan monks. The prince ordered them to fight with Suyet Yee while he’s playing the flute. Tit Sau threw poison at them. Tit Sau kicked the prince out of the horse. The priest asked Tit Sau who she is. The prince told the priest to not fight back. The priest flew with the prince.
The general thanked Sing Chi for giving him the treasures. Sing Chi gave the sect member a bottle of wine to drink if they want to repent their mistakes. The general drinks with the sect members. Suyet Yee asked Wan Sin how did Wan Yee died and where was she burried. Flash backs of Wan Yee’s father argued with Wan Yee and she fell in to the well. Wan Sin told Suyet Yee that though the five grandpas killed Wan Yee but they raised Ching Ching so she doesn’t dare to see them die. Wan Sin and Ching Ching beg Suyet Yee to not kill the five grandpas. Sing Chi came and told Suyet Yee to not use revenge with revenge. Suyet Yee said he promised Wan Yee to not kill her family. Ching Ching’s mother looked at Wan Yee’s ashes and cry and now believes that Suyet Yee truly loves Wan Yee. Suyet Yee held Wan Yee’s ashes and said he haven’t accomplish his mission but he will carry her ash from now on and won’t leave her. Suyet Yee hugs the ashes and plans to live with it after he finishes his work. Sing Chi told Suyet Yee to return to the palace to help the general.
The five grandpas greets the prince of Ming. The eunuch discuss with the five grandpas to overthrow Chongzhen. Their obstacles is Chang Ping Princess. Ah Kau wonders why the eunuch greets the prince. The post sect leader doesn’t know what is their plan but he knows they have a motive. The post sect leader told Ah Kau that Sing Chi is fighting on the way to the palace. Ah Kau and the post sect leader wonder if the Ming will fall down. Ah Kau told the post sect leader to send a message to Sing Chi. The post leader told Ah Kau he can’t do it and she should do it herself. The post sect leader told Ah Kau to think for her and choose her path. Ah Kau said ever since she was born, goD has chosen a path for her. She was born in a royal family and will fall with the Ming. Ah Kau told the post sect leader to leave. The post sect leader told Ah Kau he can die with the Ming. He’s worried that before the fall of Ming, the eunuch already did it. Ah Kau wants to visit her father. The soldiers bowed in front of Ah Kau and said they are guarding her under the eunuch’s order. The eunuch brought an edict to move the eunuch to fight against the rebels. The eunuch gave Ah Kau an advice not to visit the emperor because he’s busy. The eunuch told Ah Kau that there are rebels so there will be guards here to protect her.
Before he leaves for the war, the post sect leader told Ah Kau to take care. The post sect leader told Ah Kau he is loyal to the Ming and now has a chance to contribute. Chang Ping bowed in front of the post sect leader and gave him a jade.The post sect leader told Sing Chi that the palace is surrounded by the eunuch’s guards. The post sect leader showed Ah Kau’s jade to Sing Chi and hopes he finds a way to save the Ming from the eunuch.
Sing Chi told the doctor if he lets the Ming fall into the Manchu than he has disapointed his ancestor. Ching Ching pleads Sing Chi to let her grandpas live.