TCOSP: Book 2 Chapter 230 – Bell Noise Concubine

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“Young master doesn’t have to worry about this. Soul crystals and soul cores are energy and even humans can use them as food to allay hunger. Such a soul pet will definitely be able to use soul crystals and soul cores to train and eat. Of course, if you occasionally give it flesh to eat, it will definitely be even happier. Moreover, the more corpses are inside its marsh field, the stronger it will be.” said Old Li.

Chu Mu bitterly laughed. Although this soul pet was unique, it still gave Chu Mu the creeps and wasn’t one of his ideal soul pets so he didn’t have any intentions of capturing it.

After leaving this extremely fatal marsh, Chu Mu gradually discovered that the sunlight was able to shine into the forest and that dense gloomy air was slowly dispersing, giving one a feeling of seeing the sun and sky again.

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8 thoughts on “TCOSP: Book 2 Chapter 230 – Bell Noise Concubine” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. I just hope his next soul pet will be something rare and unique like this pet because letting this almost monarch pet escape just because he “doesn’t like it” is just stupid…

    1. Chu Mu Soul Pacts
      1st,2nd – Missing Soul Pet
      3rd – White Nightmare

      4th – Mo Xie (Damaged)
      5th – Ning
      6th – Devil Tree Battle Soldier

      7th – Night Dream Beast
      8th – Egg
      9th – Mo Xie

      10th – Ghost King

      1. 8th is Mo Ye

        I think either an egg can’t form a pact or it is not worth it to form a pact with an egg with several potential problem.
        1. An egg can’t fight or used for anything else until it hatch
        2. There is a possibility that the level of the soul pet after the egg hatch is very high and will gone missing like the first soul pet

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