Who Sows Wind, Reaps a Storm (Italian: Chi semina vento raccoglie tempesta) is the eighth episode of the first season of the animated series, Angel's Friends. It was originally broadcasted in Italia 1 on October 21, 2009.
Edward is robbed by a thief who lost his father’s money and escape scarf in an illegal card game. When Sweet find out what has happened, she sees an opportunity to turn the situation around for them. Kabale challenges her to a BMX biking competition as bikers for the right to approach her Earthly One first, and Sweet wins the BMX challenge.
In an effort to persuade Edward to do the "right thing" and talk to Charles about losing his father’s money, she shows him that he won the money through a game that was against the law. He sees the errors of his ways, and straightens out his relationship with Charles, who apologizes for being so desperate. Kabale tries to convince Sweet that fear is better than courage. But, of course, she remains strong and wins out in the end for her earthly one.
Meanwhile, Arkhan researches the solution to the possibility that he and Temptel have a young devil and angel who may be in love, but this is supposed to be impossible. Maliki, disguised as a librarian gives them an ancient book, which is told the story of the love between Tyco and Sai, destroyed the entire Aztec Civilization.
A second plot line is revealed when Reina appears to control Raf and Sulfus' fate. If she can get them to kiss, she will be freed from the Limbo that she was banished to in the past. Of course, Arkhan and Temptel didn't want this to happen, because it will destroy Raf and Sulfus for the guardian world.
- Teaching to maintain your own courage to have integrity.
- Teaching that there is nothing to fear but fear itself.
- Teaching that desperation is a sign of weakness.
- Bully Boyz
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