After a few minutes of silence, Bi Liang disposed of the two corpses. Cheng Hao looked at the faces and the bodies of the deceased and branded themselves deep into his mind, as if, by not forgetting him, Na Lu would never fully die!
Ran Min and Ge Bin trembled and they both lifted their heads, their mouth gaping and their eyes (well, Ran Min’s eyes… ?), widened. Everyone else in the room also had the same reaction, even Bi Liang couldn’t help but be slightly startled and take a step back.
‘What did I get myself into this time?’ Cheng Hao sighed as he followed Bi Liang outside of the house. The man dashed at high speeds and the boy had problems keeping up with the man’s speed. Although the Core Elder had already restricted his speed so as not to Continue Reading →
Cheng Hao slid down a nearby wall and gritted his teeth. The pain from his wounds heightened as he bumped on the stone wall. He had gotten a new key from the mysterious Elder Lao together with his clothes back then and he had finally reached the hut the Elder Continue Reading →
“Cheng Hao, why are you complying with that old man’s foolish demands?” Goldy hovered in midair as he reprimanded the golden eyed boy “Do you have any idea how many cultivation resources you will lose access to? Just rip off the seal!”
After passing the exam, each of the people forming the All But In Blood Alliance headed their own way but promised to meet up two days from then to formally join the Outer Sect together: Fan Lai would go back to his clan to report the events and to free Continue Reading →
“Senior Cheng Hao! Brother Fu Yin! Brother Xiao Li!” Fan Lai dashed towards the group as soon as he saw them step out of the teleportation hexagram: for the past two days he had been worried sick as he had no news about the three of them.
Author’s Note: this chapter contains scenes with some blood, gore and… well… blood and gore. And chopped stuff. Please read with caution or just skip the chapter if you are not good with this stuff. It’s not too important… Just a random author venting his feelings, nothing to see here…
Two ruthless blue eyes stared in their direction, the same blue eyes that Xiao Wu had come to recognize as those of the elder brother that would kindly help her whenever she would find herself in trouble. Yet now, those eyes had such a scary expression that she couldn’t believe that they Continue Reading →
Xiao Wu dashed through the corridors of the Maze. She could hear panting and heavy breathing coming from behind her so she turned: pretty much everybody except for Fu Yin and Solomon were tired from the long journey.