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While walking down the mountain peak Kagemasa felt different from his last trek up the mountain, he did not feel the frigid wind which had brushed past his shoulders and feeling quite the opposite  his body relaxed more than usual as he now knew where he could find an ally. From what he had read in the book he stumbled upon by coincidence at Fortuna Castle he know knew that he had clan members in Hyougakure or more commonly know as the "Hidden Glacier Village". Although it is still but a small piece of information since he would still have to check around the large country in order to find this new "ally" he decided it would be worth it and that he could narrow  down the list of people in Hyougakure he would have to search for by calmly asking around the area, however if they refused to answer or simply did not know who he was looking for at all (which would most likely be the case)  he would treat them as obstacles and well......remove them, "as simple as that, nothing to it" he thought.  
  Now that Kagemasa figured out a way to find his soon-to-be ally, he began to contemplate on what he would do when he would actually find him which led on to him thinking about how his "ally" might react to seeing him. Would he attack Kagemasa out of amusement and enjoyment? Or, would he hold the mindset of someone who is rational and follow Kagemasa, his fellow clan member? These thoughts bounced in and out of his head as though made of rubber but fortunately Kagemasa realizing that these necessary but troubling questions would only complicate how he might choose to do things later on he decided it would be best to leave them in fates's hands for now and carry on what he was doing so that he could worry then rather than now. "Either way" he thought, "if my future ally chooses not to partner with me he will still run the risk of death,  and even after, if he manages to be of good use to me I will still kill him, but ultimately depending on how well I may feel he suits my needs I might allow him some time to stay alive before I do".
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