Kenshin makes slow, but steady improvement in his Hiten Mitsurugi training. What happens when a new move confounds him?
Hiko decides it's time for his stupid student to have a full-sized katana.
Young Kenshin stumbles upon two deer engaged in a mysterious activity in the forest. Can Hiko help him understand the facts of life?
See what happens when 12-year-old Kenshin decides to go mountain climbing against Hiko's prohibition.
Like all swordsmen, Kenshin relies on his vision and hearing to anticipate and defend against attacks. How will he fare in a fight when he is deprived of these essential senses?
As the months pass, Kenshin slowly gains strength and skill through Hiko's gentle and patient tutelage.
Sometime's Hiko's training methods make Kenshin want to tell his master to go take a flying leap!
What's the worst that could happen to little Kenshin when he forages for food in the forest?
Hiko beats his teachings into his little pupil.
Master and pupil cross blades for the first time.
Hiko and Kenshin go fishing.
After Kenshin masters the basics of kenjutsu, Hiko begins his training in the actual Mitsurugi moves, the first of which is the So Ryu Sen. Is Kenshin strong enough to master the move?
Shortly after taking Kenshin as his student, Hiko mulls over his choice of pupils.
One month after taking Shinta as his apprentice, Hiko continues to break the little redhead in. What fun and torture awaits young Kenshin?
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