A soldier fainted from the cup of water. Two soldiers came to the tribe and got injured and told the prince they couldn’t find water. Tin Wah told the prince that he did a fortune telling that tomorrow there will be rain. The general is impatient to wait for the rain. The prince is willing to surrender his throne. It is raining. Tin Wah gave the prince a good luck charm. Tin Wah gave a good luck charm for the maid to give to Princess Chiu Yung. Chiu Yung told the maid that he is not the person she loves so it doesn’t matter if he gives her the most valuable gift. The general would like Tin Wah to know the fate of his dynasty. Tin Wah said this dynasty won’t be fallen.
The mongolian troops surrounded Princess Chiu Fung. During the battle, Tin Wah hit the Yin and Yang drum and it fires the troops. Bo Yee flew and fought with a Mongolian guy. Assassins fought with Tin Wah and the guards on the boat. Bo Yee threw the fortune paper and uses his power to make the statue horse live. The white horse came in the sea. Tin Wah rode on the horse and picked up the prince in the water. The horse vanishes in the mud. Princess Ngan Fung and the Mongolian King told the captain that it is not a good moment to battle since the prince is becoming the king. The prince becomes the king and promoted Tin Wah. An official told the other official that Tin Wah isn’t the person who saves the world.
Tin Wah drinks with the officials. The official’s wife woke up and told the official that she has a nightmare that the Mongolians will attack them. The official believes that the Mongolians will lose. She told him to not cut ties with the Mongolians in case they will lose. Princess Chiu Yung told Tin Wah that she remembers Bo Yee also used the Fengshui to save her. Chiu Yung told Tin Wah she is interested to learn about Fengshui; she asked him to teach her. Bo Yee went home carrying the tree. Tin Wah prayed in front of his mother that he has disappointed her. Bo Yee told Tin Wah he doesn’t want to return with him to the palace since he doesn’t want to be an official. Bo Yee hopes Tin Wah to work for the majesty and he warned him to be careful of the general.
Ching Mui and Bo Yee looked at the paper boats on the river. Ching Mui got angry and left. Bo Yee followed her and gave her a piece of jade. Ching Mui sewed a pair of shoes for Bo Yee. Bo Yee’s mother teased her. During the night, a servant carried his light and saw a woman crying. Bo Yee’s mother showed Bo Yee some dates to marry. Bo Yee refuses to marry Ching Mui. Ching Mui dropped the jade and left. Bo Yee told the people to untie the girl. The girl hugged him and called him her husband.