DE Book 26, Chapter 41

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Book 26, World Level, Chapter 41 – The Coming of Bertulu

After mastering the sixth stance of the [Nameless] sword-art, ‘Unicorn’s Heart’, Ji Ning spent another year before he was able to develop the third stance of his [Quintessence Sword-Intent], the ‘Astral’ stance.

Blackmist stance, Allgod stance, Astral stance. These three stances were named after three places or people that had a huge effect on him.

The Unicorn’s Heart and the Astral stance were sword-arts on the same general level of power. However, when Ning used Violetjewel to executed the Astral stance he was able to unleash several times more power.

After his sword-arts improved, Ning became capable of standing firmly within the fifth stratum. Even Kilostar was merely on par with Ning.

In truth, when Kilostar used his full power he was clearly on a higher level of power than Ning. Unfortunately, Ning had the Elementum Waterflame Gourd and six sets of Violetjewel. It was hard for the other geniuses to compete against him in terms of wealth and treasures.

“You have six damn swords, whereas I just have a pair of warblades… and you, you sly bastard, keep on releasing lightning to attack me as well!” Kilostar was frustrated by his battles against Ning as well. He had to go all-out in each fight, but he was still only able to fight to a standstill. “Screw this, I’m done! I’m not going to accept any more challenges from you. Go ahead and admit defeat! I’d rather die than admit defeat in this battle.”

Kilostar immediately transformed into a thousand clones again and entered his formation. He absolutely refused to admit defeat, and this great formation ensured that there really was no way anyone could do anything to him.

Ning was in quite a good mood, and so he voluntarily admitted defeat.

Thirty-two years after learning the Unicorn’s Heart, Ning finally managed to piece together the footwork legacy he wanted.

“I finally have it.” Ning stared at the jade tome in his hands. The footwork legacy consisted of a series of jade slips, and there were a total of eight hundred slips. After acquiring all eight hundred, they came together to form a jade tome that radiated several large characters: “Swear the oath and you can view my true teachings.” There were a few other smaller characters hovering nearby those larger characters as well.

Ning reviewed the restrictive spells pertaining to the jade tome, then immediately swore the oath. A large amount of information then began to transmit into Ning’s mind.

Moments later, a series of tightly clustered characters began to emanate out of the jade tome, bringing with them an aura of marvelous and profundity.

“Footwork technique. What does this phrase means? It simply refers to a technique meant for movement! Unless there is a tremendous gap in power, a powerful footwork technique is far more effective than offensive or defensive techniques. This is true for both mortals as well as Eternal Emperors!

“If I am always a step ahead of you, your sword shall never touch me. Even if I can only dodge it by one centimeter, I’ll have rendered your sword-arts useless against me, no matter how powerful they are.

“If my footwork techniques are powerful, I’ll be able to strike my foes without him being able to strike me. All shall be under my control.”

Ning read these words, then slowly nodded. He understood the importance of a good footwork technique. When he was young and living in Swallow Mountain, his mother Yuchi Snow had personally taught him his first footwork techniques. Ning had never abandoned his progression in this area, and had always infused his insights into the Dao into his footwork techniques. He had even purchased a pair of Thunderlight Wings! His footwork abilities were actually quite excellent compared to his World-level peers. He actually wasn’t lacking in this area.

“All good footwork techniques share certain commonalities. They allow you to instantly explode with speed, allowing you to dodge attacks as best you can. Two people might have the same level of divine power and the same insights into the Dao, but the one who has superior footwork techniques will be able to dodge faster. A good footwork technique can make a tremendous difference.

“This footwork technique of mine involves the cycling of divine power that can be divided up into three layers of expertise. The first level is most likely comparable to that of the footwork techniques most cultivators use, allowing them to dodge and move at high speed. The second allows for nearly instantaneous dodging that is at a far faster level. As for the third level…”

As Ning read on, he couldn’t help but laugh awkwardly.

The cycling of divine power?

His greatest source of power came from his azureflower mist energy. No matter how strong his divine power became, it couldn’t possibly compare to that mist energy! Although this technique’s unique methods of cycling divine power had been transmitted into Ning’s mind, it truly was of no use to him.

Still, Ning read on.

“The power you can unleash from your footwork depends on two things. The first is the way in which you cycle your divine power. The second is the skill with which you execute the techniques.

“Those who have a high level of skill are able to easily surpass those at a lower level of skill, even if they don’t use any divine abilities.

“My footwork technique has a special history to it. Long ago, when I was paying my respects to the almighty Hegemon of the Brightshore Kingdom, I saw a lightning dragon. This lightning dragon was actually a streak of lightning which the almighty Hegemon had created that was capable of gaining eternity. When I saw how this ‘Eternal Thunderdragon’ moved about, I meditated for many years before coming up with this technique, the Thunderdragon footwork technique. It can be divided up into five different levels.

“The first level is the level known as ‘control’. Anyone who studies this footwork technique of mine can master this level.

“The second level is the level known as ‘infusion’. You shall infuse all of your insights into the Dao into this footwork technique. If you are skilled in the Dao of Spacetime, you should infuse those insights into your footwork. If you are skilled in the Dao of the Saber, then you can do the same. Only once you truly and completely merge your deepest insights into the Dao into my Thunderdragon footwork technique shall you have mastered my ‘infusion’ level.

“The third level is the level known as ‘draconify’. When you use this footwork technique, an illusion of a lightning dragon shall protect your body, allowing your speed to increase dramatically. At this level, you shall have begin to grasp the true essence of this technique.

“The fourth level is the level known as ‘thunderdragon’. This footwork technique can be used to control a type of lightning which is on the same level as other types of Dao lightning. Once you reach the fourth level, the lightning you control can become one with your body. You shall be the lightning and the lightning shall be you. You’ll be able to move as fast as Dao lightning. Even I myself have only ever reached this fourth level.

“The fifth level is the level known as the ‘Eternal Thunderdragon’. After I created this technique, the almighty Hegemon looked it over and added a few improvements to two parts of it, then informed me that once this technique reached the apex one would be able to manifest a streak of Eternal lightning, then become one with it. I have spent dozens of chaos cycles painstakingly meditating on this technique as a Verge-level Daolord, but I’m still unable to make any improvements. I can’t even imagine what sort of level this ‘apex’ which the almighty Hegemon spoke of is at, but I’ve taken the liberty of describing it as the fifth level.”

Ning couldn’t help but sigh in amazement as he read this. This footwork technique was far too powerful.

The rest of the jade tome just included a few diagrams. There were a total of eighteen images of thunder dragons. As for the detailed information regarding the footwork technique as well as the divine power cycling method, all of that had been directly transmitted into Ning’s mind.

“The divine power cycling method is useless to me, but this footwork technique itself is incredibly powerful once one reaches the apex of it.” Ning knew exactly what the phrase Eternal lightning entailed.

Chaos lightning belonged to the World level of power, which was why it could easily breach the limits of the Heavenly Daos. Chaos lightning flew incredibly fast, roughly ten times faster than the speed of light. Generally speaking, even most Daolords were unable to move that fast.

Dao lightning belonged to the Samsara level of power. Some Dao lightning was born from the endless primordial chaos, but some had been created by Daolords! In the Three Realms, Zhurong had created his own Zhurong Godfire while Suiren had created his Eternal Kindlefire. Samsara Daolords were similarly capable of creating their own incredibly powerful types of Dao lightning. Dao lightning flew incredibly fast, far faster than Chaos lightning. Generally speaking, they were able to move a hundred times faster than the speed of light.

As for Eternal lightning… this level of lightning was something out of the legends. Ning had never heard of any type of Eternal lightning emerging naturally from the primordial chaos. Perhaps it existed, perhaps it did not. Only Eternal Emperors could hope to create Eternal lightning, and that only if they had reached incredibly profound levels of insight into the Dao of Lightning.

As for how fast Eternal lightning moved? Ning had no idea as he had never seen it before.

“When one reaches the apex of this footwork technique, one will be able to manifest a type of Eternal lightning, then merge with it?” Ning was speechless. How fast would such a person become?!

“Still, even the creator of this footwork technique was only able to reach the fourth level. This, despite the fact that he was so talented that he was able to develop it after merely seeing the Hegemon’s own Eternal lightning. Most likely, the only reason why this footwork has a so-called ‘fifth level’ is because of the two alterations which the almighty Hegemon made to it.” Ning instantly realized that the fifth level was most likely something illusory and untouchable, like the reflection of the moon in the waters of a lake. If even a Verge-level Daolord spent dozens of chaos cycles without being able to master it, who could?!

“My ambitions aren’t that high. I’ll be happy just reaching the third level.” Ning was still feeling quite excited.

At the third level, he would gain the protection of an illusory thunder dragon that would allow him to move with incredible speed.

Life for Ning in the Astral Islands was quite blissful. He had memorized two valuable sword-art legacies that he could train in, which included very detailed instructions on their use. He had also memorized an incredibly powerful footwork technique, one that was far superior to any other technique which Ning had ever seen. This, too, was available for Ning to train in as he pleased.

As for experts on his same general level? There were dozens of freakishly talented geniuses for him to duel against.

Time passed on, one day after another. The battles between the fifth stratum cultivators became rarer and rarer, as by now everyone had already fought everyone else. Some of them had battled each person multiple times by now. Even Kilostar and Waterwalker had dueled each other. But of course, the end result was that Waterwalker had been defeated. Kilostar maintained his undefeated streak within the fifth stratum.

Time flowed on, and in the blink of an eye Ning had spent a thousand years here at the Astral Islands.

The sixth stratum still had just a single astral island hovering within it. This was the residence of Bertulu, and he had issued no challenges. No one was qualified to truly challenge him.

Within this astral island there was a white-haired youth dressed in loose white robes who was seated in the lotus position on the ground. Suddenly, his eyes opened up. He had a gentle, warm gaze, but they seemed to hold the light of countless stars within them. He murmured softly to himself, “A thousand years have gone past. The new cultivators have experienced a thousand years of tempering and growth. I imagine they should have reached a bottleneck in power by now. It is time for me to challenge them a bit. Mm… I shall start with Kilostar.”

Soon, something happened that stunned all of the cultivators of the hundreds of thousands of astral islands.

Kilostar, who had never fallen from the fifth stratum after entering it, had actually fallen down to the fourth stratum. All of his legacy treasures had been seized by the sixth stratum.

Everyone knew that the sixth stratum cultivator, Bertulu, had just struck out and defeated Kilostar!


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62 thoughts on “DE Book 26, Chapter 41” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. Gotta say Compared Ji Ning and Qin something(from stellar transformations MC) that have some kind of temporal device which quickens time, Linley had it much harder than both of them since he didn’t have one(Please correct me if i’m wrong it’s been a long time since i finished CD). No ragrats if I got this info wrong, so please be kind to me 😌😌😌. For those who will say this is a different universe from Linley and Qin something, it’s the same.

    1. Agreed, the time acceleration treasures kind of make them seem slightly less impressive even compared to their peers. Like when others admire them for reaching a certain level within a short time span, while in reality they did so multiple times slower. At this pace, Ning will have spent an entire chaos cycle before reaching Vastheaven… The only point of redemption being them being able to slay people far above their level. If it weren’t for that, you’d wonder whether they are talented or just lucky. But luck brings us to karma and preordained stuff, which makes things complicated…

      1. Let’s not make a mountain out of a molehill. D:

        The definition of a chaos cycle, found in B20ch33:

        “A full chaos cycle!

        That was the amount of time needed for an ordinary chaosworld to be born and then perish. It was countless trillions of years! He had only lived for a bit more than three hundred years. He felt no pressure at all.”

        Yes, COUNTLESS trillions of years. It’s easy to say one trillion years, but applied to Ning, it’s totally nuts! Ning’s ACTUAL real-time+sped-up cultivation time is nowhere near 1 million years. Once he gets there, he has to repeat it 1000 times to reach 1 billion years. Then repeat this 1000 times just to get to 1 trillion years. When he finally gets there, he still has countless times more of that time frame just to finish a chaos cycle. It’s dizzying just THINKING about it. 😛

        Shoutout to Chaos-Immortal Su Youji, who also has only cultivated for less than 1 million years, while she was allotted countless trillions of years (1 chaos cycle) to reach WG level. 😉

        1. Thanks, I forgot about the exact length of a chaos cycle and yes I was exaggerating a bit. That does put things into a different perspective. I believe it was mentioned a few times that those that don’t become a daolord within a single chaos cycle can generally be considered to have reached the end of the line. Well no wonder I’d say if a single chaos cycle lasts that long…

          Still I’d prefer it if they had to struggle a bit more. Not enough blood, sweat and tears, I guess? They make it look almost easy from time to time, with legacies and fortunate encounters almost handed over to them when needed… Luckily Ning is developing his own sword technique otherwise he would really look spoiled. Especially if you consider how the authors tend to look down upon peers that grow up in better circumstances, whether it’s big clans or rich families. However despite our mains starting in less blessed circumstances, their ‘fateful’ encounters result in them getting their hands on superior treasures and legacies… Kind of makes you wonder whether there is any real difference to it in the end. I won’t deny that they need some fortunate encounter to set them apart from their peers, IET seems to be going over the top with DE.

          Sometimes the world of cultivation feels more like a world of acquire-fortunate-encounter-and-cast-aside-the-rest. Just think about it, since they are without peer, they develop and grow stronger at a much quicker pace. As a result their friends, followers, families, and even legacies & weapons can’t keep up. Everything seems to have a date of expiry. It’s only a matter of time before Su Youji is unable to provide any assistance to Ning after which she’ll basically be cast aside. This makes the Vastheaven even funnier, by the time he reaches it, he’ll probably be more powerful than Solesky…

          1. Just to clarify things, It was said to be the end of the line if one had not reached the World level before a Chaos Cycle passes, not the Daolord level.

          2. i feel like all of these novels are this way tho, the main character struggles in the beginning but then they get really strong and some kind of op lucky chance and everything has a different tone. even when they run into situations with people stronger than them again its never really shown the same way.

          3. Yeah, I get what you’re pointing at. Wuxia/Xianxia has its own tropes, some or better at keeping things interesting. The main problem with DE is how short the recent arcs have been. Ning is cultivating a bit too fast, as a result were cycling through new areas and scenes a bit too quickly to attach any importance to them. Sure he spends a few hundred years at every spot, but for us it’s just a few dozen chapters… The story loses a lot of depth that way. I prefer the longer, more fleshed out arcs in ISSTH for example.

    2. This is something that has always made me wonder. If it was a chaos cycle for his body or a chaos cycle for vast heaven palace? If it’s only for vast heaven palace things are all good. But if it’s for himself then he is pretty much screwing himself…

      1. I’m guessing it’s a chaos cycle for VP (i.e. real-time). Even if it’s meant for his body’s actual age, it’s still moot bc a chaos cycle is a reaaaaaaaally long time.

        The definition of a chaos cycle, found in B20ch33:

        “A full chaos cycle!

        That was the amount of time needed for an ordinary chaosworld to be born and then perish. It was countless trillions of years! He had only lived for a bit more than three hundred years. He felt no pressure at all.”

        … Ning has a few more years. 😉

      2. 1,000,000,000,000 a trillion. Time speed up 100 aka add two zeros at the end. 500 years 50,000 years. All of existence as we know it has only​ existed forless than 15,000,000,000 years. Trust me he has plenty of time. Especially since he left when he was barely 1000 years old. Also he knows that’s about the travel time to vastheaven palace. So he just needs 1k to spare.

    3. Linleys world did not have time or space laws so he did not have any devices he relied on his own luck and abilities to reach top in only 10000 years

      1. Yes and Ji Ning’s world has time and space laws and he’s got a device to speed up time = he is still relying on his own luck and abilities to reach the top.
        Honestly, I don’t see why people react to the sped up time.
        They are not working in the same system.
        If time and space laws are a cheat then the nameless sword art, Grandpa Doehring’s teachings and anything else they’ve got are cheats as well.
        Heck even having abilities are purely determined by luck and therefore cheats.
        Good luck finding a good-for-nothing guy in a world without any magical laws or structures whom has managed to reach the top, ever.

        1. Point is Leylin has more talent than Ning and Qin combined. And Qin was a million(billion?) year old virgin, which honestly has nothing to do with my point 😂. You can’t even begin to compare Grandpa to a time accelerating device and i also seem to recall that some random expert with control of timespace or temporal laws or soemthing can destroy Linleys cosmo, and this was mentioned by Linleys elder brother in the grandmist. So even if Ning at his current level who can PROBABLY, i’m not saying for sure since it wasn’t mentioned at what level you needed to be, be able to destroy Linleys home cosmo can’t even still compare to his raw talent to be able to breakthrough into the grandmist stage in some tens of thousand of years(?).

          1. Do you mean Linley, because Leylin was that teacher/paragon of fire guy that became the 2nd in the tri-soverign pact of Yulan. If so you might actually be right after all he did become a paragon.

            But if you do mean Linley, i don’t think he had more talent, at least from his own view point, since he told Qin himself that he’s more talented for reaching his stage on his own, while it took him longer and he had help.

            Btw why do you think Qin’s a virgin, he had atleast 2 children through the story line itself…the monster which took waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too long in utero and the other normal one that ended up going to Earth.

          2. A Godking fron Qin’s Cosmos could destroy Linley’s cosmos, so it was much weaker.

          3. Something to note is that the chaos energy aka the grandmist energy is like acid against even the strongest sovereigns. They just die. The Heavenly Deities and Godkings on the other-hand create treasures with it inside.

            I’m not sure if a Godking could survive in the Primordial Chaos aka the Grandmist Space after destroying their cosmos. Who knows, maybe they might be able to cultivate with it, and create their own cosmos.

      2. Ya, that’s the point, really. Even without powers to speed up time he still escaped the boundaries of his cosmo, even considering his cosmo is just a supporting cosmo of Ning’s. So compared to Qin and Ning, Linleys talent far surpassed them both. And as for the old grandpa he wasn’t even a demigod just a normal saint. So if you eve try to compare Grandpa to a time accelerating device then meh.

        1. Qin Yu started without a standard cultivation method, having to become xiantian through external methods, and Ji Ning started off as a human, relying on Nuwa painting to start off. Its hard to compare the three when they had different issues starting off. Also, Linley got the ability to access grandmist by accident because of a spul mutation. He probably wouldve taken alot longer to reach grandmist space without the mutation.

          1. Actually without the soul mutation it would have been impossible, he was told after breaking through to the grand mist region was only possible because he happened to have all 4 elements and then went through a soul mutation. If he didn’t he probably not only would have not broken through he probably would have died long before becoming a sovereign (but thats mute because he was the MC and as such can’t die!).

          2. Even if it isn’t possible, it’s still possible. It’s not like Hongmeng is omniscient, there are probably methods he isn’t aware of, especially since the grandmist energy is extremely sparse, so they would have a hard time meditating on it to create cultivation techniques in the first place.

            The Stellar Transformations technique for one was something Hongmeng was never able to come up with. That technique basically means that anyone could become like Linley. The Primordial Chaos aka the Grandmist Region is probably going to have an infinite number of cosmos’

            If it wasn’t for the fact that Earth is in Ning’s Chaosworld, you could even say that it’s set in the same universe with chaosworlds being naturally formed worlds, and WG / CI being an alternate cultivation path.

            That would put Hongmeng, Linley, etc. at the level of a World God with Ji Ning being far, far more powerful.

    4. You can’t really compare Linley with Qin Yu, since Qin Yu was from the major cosmos with all kind of laws while Linley was from a minor side cosmos with fewer laws which only contained mastery of the 5 elements. It’s quite given that becoming Godking is much harder in comprehension wise than becoming a Paragon in Linleys world. And being Sovereign is all up to luck, while you can become an exalted celestial with pure training only that in the end of stellar transformation, only one was able to reach that level through pure comprehension which that person was destined to be as.
      Also by the end of Stellar Transformation Qin Yu was already much stronger than Linley was at the end of Coiling Dragon. Cause Coiling Dragon only ended up with Linley gaining grandmist body and not becoming a Universe Creator like Qin Yu, who even gained Indestructible Dark Yellow Body on his own. Both Linley and Hongmeng admired this point of Qin Yu very much.

      So basically it’s quite given that Qin Yu was even more than a monster than Linley cause he found his own cultivation path which walked the path of Universe Creator where the end level of it being a Universe Creator. While Linleys end level of cultivation path was Grandmist body he only managed to reach Universe Creator level thanks to Hongmeng helping him out. So of course Qin Yu spent more time in his training than Linley, after all one reached a level above than the other, it’s not weird at all why Qin Yu needed so much time in training.

      With Ji Ning however as I see it his cultivation path is even harder than Qin Yu’s cause this universe is even bigger than grandmist duo-logy, but this can’t be compared cause they’re two separate universe.

      1. Linley and qin yu have the same power level the reason why linley only had grandmist body at the end of cd is because he had yet to create a universe of his own in St qin yu is from linleys universe the reason why they admire him is cause he made his own techinque to reach that level as hong ming was the first creature ever to exist and linley became the second grandmist controller by luck as he had his soul mutated that why he says that he really admires qin yu

        1. That’s what I’m getting at. But people keep saying that Linley is a bigger genius than Qin Yu which is enteirly false cause Linley in the end must also spend all that time to create his universe, by the time he has the amount of time he has spent in training is equal if not even much more than Qin Yu has.

      2. “this can’t be compared cause they’re two separate universe”
        Well, it’s not impossible for Linley to show up as an Eternal Emperor or something at some point.

        1. I can’t see that happening cause Hongmeng, Linmeng and Qinmeng recide in the grandmist region and not some kind of chaos region which this whole world is about. Secondly as I see it they’re much more resilient than eternal emperor cause they can’t be killed unless they both get personally destroyed and their cosmos they have created get destroyed.

          Secondly this is just a theory but the world’s that the Linley, qin yu and hongmeng creates is much larger/stable due to they have to create a main cosmos then 4 smaller side cosmos. While in this world it’s only needed create 1 chaosworld and it’s enough. This just proves my point further that the chances that the grandmist duo-logy is not linked with Ji Ning univserse

    5. Linley did have the ring that could take a cheap amethyst and grind it into pure power that only he could use. It sped up his growth by tons. It only helped him keep his life a few times before the deity level, though. so it’s not as severe of a tool.

      1. Well to be fair that azuremist is almost just as much a cheat as 1000 bodies. Ning is basically winning because he has better weapons. He has more eternal weapons and also the gourd that shoots dao lightning is giving him big advantage. He is a rich cultivator that is winning because he has better weapons. Glad that though Ning improved in the dao and at least is now as strong in dao as Arroyo. I guess if he mastered the 7th stance he would be as powerful as a transcendent WG with just Dao weapons.

        1. Hehe, I’m just poking fun at Kilostar. He seems like a straightforward guy, wearing his heart on his sleeves. He’s only venting on Ning’s swords bc he can’t overwhelm him. So he says whatever he feels. It’s why I’m a fan.

          Ning’s logic is stronger though, Ning: “If the dao fails me, beat them with my wallet!” XD jkjk

          Kilostar’s 1000-body tech is super powerful though, so much for MC getting all the plot armor huh? Ning with his OP azureflower power AND a dao-lightning treasure is still only on par with Kilostar, with both having similar insights into the dao of their weapons. I think Ning and Kilostar will be good friends/rivals, if Kilostar doesn’t outright become Ning’s retainer. Make it happen Ning! 😀

          1. kilostar and ning seems to be the only 2 cultivators on the 5th stratum? iirc even bertulu is a special form:)

          2. Yup, us cultivators gotta stick together. 😀
            There may be 1 or 2 other cultivators on the 5th stratum. I don’t think they’ve all been mentioned?

            Correct, Mr. Bertulu is a special lifeform.

          3. I can see them being friends, but as far as making him a retainer, for that to happen Ning is gonna have to make a major breakthrough that puts him a head above Bertulu, let alone the 5th stratum people. Otherwise how would they be able to lose that much face to be a retainer of some guy who’s just a bit more powerful then them.

            That being said, its definitely possible for Ning to have a major breakthrough soon, just because they keep mentioning how lacking his sword-arts are, when we know that Ning is the monster of monsters when it comes to the Sword, in my opinion it’ll happen soon, since our MC here is celebrated as “the”, yes “the” youngster with the most talent for the sword…before anyone says thats only in the 3 realms, please remember that everytime he meats someone who has better understanding in the Dao they are much older than him and then he almost immediately makes a breakthrough.

            So all in all its possible…long rant for a yes, but there you have it. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the chapter!

    I doubt that Ning will be able to defeat him now, so I really hope that Bertulu is going to stick around after this for long enough that Ning can improve and finally beat him.

    1. Nah, Bertulu will beat Ning and say: “better leave while ahead, see-ya!” Like Kilostar, Ning will force Bertulu to treat him to wine in the outside world for winning and running. 😀

      1. I think that would actually be amazing. I’d even add to it. Just keep his power level ambiguous but at roughly the same power level as Ji Ning and never have Ji Ning fight him so we’d always wonder how powerful he really was at the end of the novel. Lol!

  3. Thanks for the chapters.

    Is no one else confused on how he challenged him?!?!?! It previously stated that he is NOT QUALIFIED to challenge anyone!!!!!!! No matter what! So what’s up with this?!?!

  4. Haha the annoyingly smug Kilostar got knocked down XD
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    /▌*˛˚ღ •˚ ˚…thank you for the chapter. ~♥~˚ ✰* ★
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