Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 15: Entering Secluded Meditation

“Goldy, could you repeat what did it take to reach Copper Stage Fleshly Body? I would like to know exactly what kind of cultivation this thug had…” Cheng hao asked. The hovering dragon ignored Cheng Hao and was still coiling around in the air. It took a few moments for Continue Reading →

Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 14: Blame The Heavens, To Have Weaved Such A Terrible Destiny For You

“Brother, where are we going?” Xiao Wu and Cheng Hao were currently walking down a paved road. Cheng Hao had suddenly woken her up at half past four in the morning and thad old her that she had to quietly follow him. It had been two days ever since they Continue Reading →

Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 13: Dao Enlightenment!

“There are many possible ways a Martial Way can be used in battle. One example is the Martial Avatar that you saw before, a supporting ability that weakens your enemies and enhances your strength. Some Martial Ways though, can be used in accordance with some secret skills and cultivation techniques Continue Reading →

Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 11: Truly, Sowing Bad Karma

Goldy stared wide-eyed at the youth making the victory sign in front of him. His clothes were now no different than burnt rags and the floor below him was now the same consistency of carbon. What was more astonishing though, was neither the charred clothing or the burnt floor, but Continue Reading →

Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 10: (Title At The End)

Yeah… There’s gonna be a few of those “title at the end” chaps. Sorry-not-so-sorry. ~ Cookie As the gates opened, the darkness inside the first floor dwindled a bit. Light slowly creeped in, thus allowing Cheng Hao to finally gaze at the figure’s outlines.

Immortal Ascension Tower – Chapter 8: Pseudo-Advanced Stage

“Uh?” Xiao Wu was bewildered. A Martial Way was something as rare as Qilin horns and Phoenix feathers, something that shouldn’t exist in the mortal world. The reason was simple: they were as rare as it was difficult to make them. A Reverend stage cultivator had nearly zero chances of Continue Reading →