DE Book 9 Chapter 31

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Book 9, Ji Ning of Serpentwing Lake, Chapter 31 – Ji Ning’s Letter

However, this was the new year celebration; Ninefire and the others didn’t immediately go disturb Ning. They waited until the sixteenth day of the month before heading towards Serpentwing Lake.

Serpentwing Lake. Brightheart Island. Within a study.

Ning was standing in front of a desk, holding a writing brush and writing some characters. Autumn Leaf, by his side, was helping him grind the ink. Brush-calligraphy was something Ning had taken a liking to in recent years, and it was also one of the ways in which Ning trained his heart and also trained his sword.

With every single stroke of the brush, sword-light seemed to flash out in a dominating manner. Ji Ning’s signature…it verily emanated an almighty sword-intent.

“The sword-intent in young master’s signature has become increasingly powerful.” Autumn Leaf secretly sighed in amazement, “The young master personally instructed me in all of my sword training, and I am at the peak of the Xiantian level…but when I look at these words, I feel my heart tremble, as though I’m completely powerless. In recent years, his sword-intent has grown increasingly astonishing.”

Nobody knew exactly how powerful Ning had grown during these past nine years, but when Ning had occasionally taken on missions for the Raindragon Guard and revealed his power a few times, he had completely stunned all onlookers. His most successful battle was definitely his execution of Adept Poisondove.

It must be understood that evil cultivators whose bodies were surrounded by sin were usually far stronger in battle than similarly ranked cultivators. In turn, Daoist Poisondove was one of the most superb cultivators amongst the ranks of evil cultivators. He was capable of successfully escaping from the attacks of Primal Daoists…but he wasn’t able to escape from Ji Ning! From this, the outside world was able to guess…that Ning’s power must have truly reached a formidable level.

However, only Autumn Leaf, who had the most direct access to Ning, was able to gain a fairly accurate level of insight.

“The sword-intent in the young master’s calligraphy has only grown stronger and stronger, at an astonishing rate. Compared to three years ago…it seems to have changed in a qualitative way. There’s no point to even comparing him to where he was nine years ago.” Autumn Leaf secretly shook her head.

“I’m done.” Ning put down his brush, then said with a laugh, “Autumn Leaf, go ahead and incinerate this.”

“Yes, young master,” Autumn Leaf replied obediently. From the very beginning, Ning had always instructed her to burn his writings. At first, Autumn Leaf had been rather reluctant, and she had even said, “Young master, this is such fine calligraphy…I can even feel the sword-intent surging within the characters. If you were to leave this set of calligraphy within the clan to allow the juniors to view it, it would be wonderful.”

But Ning had explained, “I’ll be writing every day. After a few years, how many scrolls will I have written on? In addition, these examples of calligraphy are just casual writing samples; they have no keepsake value. Every year, I’ll leave behind one special set of calligraphy, to be stored within the clan. As for the others, burn them all.”

After Ning gave these instructions, Autumn Leaf no longer argued with him.

“Young master, young master.” A voice suddenly rang out from outside. Ning raised his head to look.

Autumn Leaf also walked out, then asked, “What is it?” The messenger maidservant called out hurriedly, “The Patriarch and the others came. They are waiting in the guest hall.”

“Uncle Truekeep?” Laughing, Ning instructed, “Then I’ll come right now.”

“Help me tidy these things.” Ning glanced at Autumn Leaf, who nodded. Autumn Leaf would generally be the one to personally take care of and store Ning’s personal belongings; other maids and servants were forbidden from touching them. In particular, Ning’s calligraphy with sword-intent…mere Houtian warriors might literally be frightened to death by the sword-intent emanating from them!

Even normal Xiantian lifeforms would be terrified to the point of paralysis. Autumn Leaf trained under Ning and had an exceedingly high level of expertise in swordplay, and yet…usually, even she felt her heart quiver.


In the guest hall.

Ning, dressed in furs, smiled as he walked in. Upon seeing Truekeep, Ninefire, Granny Shadow, and Ah Xing in the living room, he couldn’t help but say with an astonished laugh, “I thought it was just Uncle Truekeep. I didn’t imagine that the Elder Patriarch and the rest of you came as well. For all four of you to come…this must be about something major.”

“Is it indeed,” Truekeep nodded.

“Speak, what is it?” Ning sat down.

Ninefire and Truekeep exchanged a glance, then nodded slightly. Truekeep said, “Ji Ning, you know that with your help, our Ji clan’s power has grown explosively. Naturally, we’ve begun to expand.”

Ning nodded. Any clan, upon growing powerful, would expand! He had gone to the local branch of the Raindragon Guard and traded for some techniques, which he was permitted to transfer to his clan. It must be understood that some Ki Refining techniques were possessed by virtually all large clans, and thus the Raindragon Guard would permit these techniques to be passed down to a Guard’s clan. However, the price in karmic merit points would be much higher. The reason Ning had repeatedly gone to take missions was precisely due to this.

Aside from techniques, Ning had also acquired liquefied elemental essences, spirit-pills, and various other things. With those things and his tutelage, the Ji clan’s ranks of Zifu Disciples had swollen to more than ten. Three of them had left Swallow Mountain, and had joined various sects.

“The Kou clan, the Riverbank clan, and the other clans have been friends with our Ji clan for many years,” Truekeep said with a sigh. “However, this matter involves the strength and success of our clan; our Ji clan doesn’t need to be too merciful. That’s why we asked them to voluntarily migrate out of Swallow Mountain.”

Ning nodded. He knew about these matters and wasn’t surprised by them. The Dongyan clan, for example, took up a mountain range of hundreds of thousands of square kilometers, comparable to more than a hundred Swallow Mountains! Snowdragon Mountain, in turn, had also taken up an extremely large territory as their headquarters! But of course, the Black-White College focused on a small group of elites, and so didn’t need a large territory.

However, the Black-White College was a school; it could recruit elites from the outside world. Major tribes and clans, however, felt more trust towards their own descendants. In order for the tribe to flourish, there was naturally a need for increasingly large amounts of space.

“Currently, in the Swallow Mountain region, only that branch of Snowdragon Mountain has refused to leave,” Truekeep said. “The other powers have all left. As for Snowdragon Mountain, they have the main sect behind him; clearly, they are prepared to do battle at a moment’s notice. If our Ji clan dares to invade, then they will dare to attack. Our Ji clan has accumulated quite a bit of power in recent years, but reinforcements arrive from the main Snowdragon Mountain sect in an unending stream. If we truly were to fight them…the Ji clan would find it quite difficult.”

Ning understood. Frowning, he said, “This local branch…are they truly so impertinent as to not know when their time is up?”

“They’ve correctly calculated that our Ji clan doesn’t dare fight with them head on, I imagine. They event sent me an envoy, saying that they won’t expand their territory, but that they also wouldn’t leave. Their attitude was quite resolute.” Truekeep gritted his teeth. “Hmph. Come to think of it, when our Ji clan was weak, Dong Ziqi led the Swallow Mountain branch of Snowdragon Mountain to try and force our Ji clan to leave, threatening us with annihilation. Now, however, they see that you, Ji Ning, are not an easy person to deal with…and so they say they won’t expand? It isn’t that they won’t expand, it is that they don’t have the strength to!”

For someone who was weak to say they wouldn’t expand their territory was nothing more than empty self-praise. When the Swallow Mountain branch of Snowdragon Mountain had been powerful, hadn’t they been constantly, slowly expanding their territory? They had been an outside force that had shoved their way into Swallow Mountain, becoming the most powerful local organization.

“Ji Ning, what do you think our Ji clan should do in response?” Truekeep looked towards Ning. “Our decision today will impact the entire clan. We can’t be the slightest bit negligent.”

“The Swallow Mountain branch of Snowdragon Mountain truly doesn’t know its limits. A puny little branch…dares to act like this?” Ji Ning frowned, then said, “I’ll send a letter. Uncle Truekeep, send someone to deliver it to the Snowdragon Mountain branch. However, after the letter is rolled up, it absolutely must not be opened. I’ll set a restrictive spell over it.”

“Alright.” Truekeep nodded. Ning immediately took out leather parchment and began to write a letter.

Ninefire, Granny Shadow, Truekeep, and the old servant Ah Xing watched from the side. When they saw what Ning wrote, their faces couldn’t help but change.

“Is…is this perhaps, going a bit far?” Ninefire said, worried.

“Don’t worry,” Ning said calmly. “Snowdragon Mountain does not concern me.”

Nine years. Ning knew exactly how powerful he had grown in these nine years. In just three years after joining the Black-White College, he had mastered the first two stances of the [Three-Foot Sword]. Nine more years had passed, and in the underwater estate…Ning had successfully challenged and overcome the fourth level of the Wargod Hall, acquiring yet another magic treasure. Ning’s power, compared to nine years ago, was unfathomably greater.

“Charge into Snowdragon Mountain? That’s their headquarters; I can’t imagine how many secrets and spells they have hidden in that place. Even Immortals would be wary of charging in; my power isn’t enough for now. But outside Snowdragon Mountain…without the support of the spells and formations located in the mountain, those Primal Daoists of Snowdragon Mountain are not enough to cause me concern,” Ning mused to himself.

Snowdragon Mountain had powerful backers, yes; its backer was the Northmont clan of Stillwater Commandery! Generally speaking, all of the major powers within Stillwater Commandery would ally themselves with the Northmont clan of Stillwater, or with the Raindragon Guard!

But Ning, in turn, had backers of his own! In fact, his relationship with the Northmont clan of Stillwater Commandery was even closer than Snowdragon Mountain’s…and he also had his master, Immortal Diancai!


That very night. Snowdragon City of Swallow Mountain. This was the only commandery city which the local branch now controlled. As for the other two…the Ji clan had acquired both official writs when Dong Ziqi and the others had died. Now that the Ji clan was so strong, they were easily able to take over those two cities.

Snowdragon City, however, was like a nail, sticking up in the wilderness, firmly fixed into the Swallow Mountain region.

“A messenger from the Ji clan?”

“Hmph, this puny Ji clan…they only relied on that Ji Ning in order to grow strong. How old is Ji Ning? Although his potential is astonishing, it’s quite possible that he might die on his Immortal path one day. I don’t even know how many so-called ‘geniuses’ died in such a manner,” a silver-haired elder said, an ugly look on his face.

His name was ‘Xu Fang’; he was the custodian of Snowdragon City. The Swallow Mountain branch of Snowdragon Mountain, in turn, was under the control of Xu Ke. The ‘Xu’ clan was a fairly powerful clan which belonged to Snowdragon Mountain; it had quite a few Wanxiang Adepts. However, Adept Xu Li had died in that battle. This had enraged the Xu clan, and when Snowdragon Mountain’s main sect had begun to make preparations for sending reinforcements to Snowdragon Mountain, the Xu clan had volunteered its services bravely.

However, Ji Ning’s rate of improvement had been simply too shocking. The true leader of the Xu clan, Adept Xu Ke, had been so terrified that he had fled back to the main sect, leaving behind the Zifu Disciple, ‘Xu Fang’, to control matters here.

After all, for Ji Ning, killing a Wanxiang Adept was as easy as killing a chicken. Naturally, Adept Xu Ke didn’t dare take the risk of being present. Xu Fang would only send a message to the main sect and Adept Xu for major matters.

“Xu Fang, this is the letter my young master has written to you.” A tall, muscular old man spoke out in a cold voice.

They were in the main hall. Xu Fang was seated on his throne, while next to him was three Zifu Disciples.

“Your young master?” Xu Fang couldn’t be bothered to rebuke this man for his lack of courtesy; he was badly frightened by the two words, ‘young master’. The ‘young master’ who was writing to him…was the legendary Ji Ning of Serpentwing Lake!

The three Zifu Disciples within the hall were all petrified as well. They could be disdainful in front of Ji Truekeep and the others, but as for the legendary Ji Ning of Serpentwing Lake…they felt terror from the bottom of their hearts.

“Catch.” The elder of the Ji clan tossed the scroll over towards them. Xu Fang caught it, and the three Zifu Disciples next to him moved towards him as well.

He unfurled the scroll. As he did, the first thing they noticed was the sword-intent which flooded towards them from the characters atop it. It caused their hearts to tremble and their legs to turn weak.

“Xu clan, of the Swallow Mountain branch of Snowdragon Mountain. I give you ten days to get the f*ck out of Swallow Mountain. If after ten days you have yet to move, then don’t blame me for showing no mercy with my sword.” It was quite a casual letter, but it was filled with an absolutely dominating aura! Normally, the Ji clan and the Snowdragon Mountain branch would tussle back and forth, but they would never get into a real fight. Ji Ning’s letter, however, showed no sign of compromise at all.

They had to leave in ten days. Otherwise…he would attack!

“This…this…” Xu Fang stared, then said with fury, “This shows no respect for our Snowdragon Mountain at all. Quick, report this to the main sect! Report this to the main sect!!!”

As soon as his words came out…

Whoosh. The restrictive spells on the parchment, summoning natural fire, instantly caused the parchment to begin to blaze, transforming it into gray ash.

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90 thoughts on “DE Book 9 Chapter 31” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

        1. I don’t enjoy arcs in which the MC is dragged around by the aspirations of other people, instead of directing his own story with his own aspirations.
          This clan of his is just holding him back from doing anything by himself. They’re a bunch leeches to this story, baggages that require careful handling otherwise they break.

          1. I think this is basically the same as the part in CD where Linley conquered those wastelands to create his own empire just to be worthy enough for Delia.

            I like these parts better than the stupidity Chu Feng and Yun Che do where they just invariably just simply flex their muscles in front of the female. At least here he is just not just selfishly doing it for himself.

          2. The main issue here, is that Ning sits in his room, and waits for the plot to come to him. I want Ning to take the reins in his hands and direct the plot by himself.
            Thus, the entire scenario with “Conquering the wastelands for Delia” was Linley’s own way to pave his own road, for his own profit.

            Ning, on the other hand? He’s already a retired senior, waiting for other people to beg him to solve stuff for them, even though it has nothing to do with him.
            The issue here is how detached Ning is from the plot, to the point the author has to drag him with somebody else’s problems.
            I preferred the story better when it was about Ning’s story, rather “Ning’s clan’s story”, if you can catch my drift.

          3. The MC being influenced by something to make an action, in this case the Ji clan expansion, is important. It sets the world. THE WORLD DOES NOT REVOLVE AROUND Ji Ning. Ji Ning is simply part of the world. It gives the story more realism and is a nice change of pace from random battles, more breakthroughs, more battles, etc.

            The fact that most people, myself included, want every chapter to be full of action is because the story is released chapter by chapter. I just started rereading DE and it gets quite boring and repetitive with all the battles and the MIRACULOUS breakthrough at the last second. I mean, every xiantia out there has these.

            It you wait for each book to be fully translated before starting reading, you will find the whole book interesting, not just some chapter. It is nice that author is still keeping the bigger picture in mind and not just mindlessly publish chapters.

          4. Well, yeah. Binge reading solves most problems, which is why I’m holding off on ISSTH until book 4 is complete. <:

            Regarding the "world building" stuff…As I ranted on the previous chapters, I don't think this "clan expansion" makes any logical sense. Tersely put, resources for immortal cultivators are insanely expansive, and expanding their turf will not gain them more resources for liquid-ki and such. In fact, I’m willing to argue that the true reason the Ji clan expands, is because they want to expand their mortal wealth and territory. It has absolutely nothing to do with “Immortal Cultivation”, and for me — that means it has absolutely nothing to do with the story. Thus, I’m being butthurt over it.

            Other than that, well, yeah. If you want more of Ning's clan, knock yourself out. I personally disdain most of Ning's clan affairs, seeing how passive his role is within the story whenever they emerge.

            P.S: I take this "clan matters" as yet another form of battles and c0ck-fencing. I don't quite see the difference here…?

          5. That’s not what the 4DB do when Linley arrived to the clan? I mean every expansion come with a plot and I can sense in the futuru the Ji Clan is gonna be another Marquisate…

          6. The question is: Does Ning want to form a marquisate, or does his clan wants to push Ning to form one?
            This is the core of the issue of this arc for me.

            If the expansion was actively based on Ning’s desire to nurture his clan, I wouldn’t have much of an issue with it. But currently, this entire arc is basically due to the aspirations that have absolutely nothing to do with the MC.

          7. As you said, Ji Ning is not particularly active in the clan expansion, but at the same time he did not say he is against it and if some problem arises, then he takes action. Ning, although is not the patriarch, is kinda like an ancestor. He does not go out for each battle, only when necessary. Does a king participate in a battle when the kingdom is expanding its borders?

            Also, bigger terrain, more resources and riches. Yea, this expansion does not have a direct impact on Ji Ning, but with the expansion of the clan maybe there will be a genius for him to take under his wing. All big clans have more than just one pillar, because if that pillar, god forbid collapses, then the clan will be done for.

            As for you saying the clan is holding him back, I do not see such thing. The clan rarely disturbs him (sending some students for him or asking him about things than can threaten the clan).
            I guess everyone has different preferences. I do not want Ning to end up without emotion and detach himself completely from the ‘mortal world’

          8. Ji Ning isn’t active = You’ve taken it in the wrong way. It’s not that Ning needs to lead every single operation, it’s that I expect the protagonist to at least manage the clan’s direction, according to his vision. That’s what a king does.
            But, as you said yourself, Ning is nothing more than a Forefather. A pillar for emergencies, he’s not even a king. He’s completely inactive and utterly passive, detached. He doesn’t seem to me to be very interested in whatever the clan is doing, so why should we, the audience? This is what baffles me so much.

            More territory, bigger resources = for whom? Mortal money won’t get them any cultivation techniques or liquid-ki. The narrative was quite clear about the fact that Ning had to secure these things from his Raindragon Guard duties. To me it seems like the clan’s expansion is meaningless.
            More people = more resources that needs to be expended. Do notice that, right now, the entire clan is supported by 3 people.
            Ning, Uncle White, and Qingqing. Clearly a large clan only needs, at most, 3 people to flourish. Why do they need so much people?

            Clan holding him back = …Okay, so let’s change how we term this — the clan is holding back “the story”. They take the MC’s place and put their own plot within the story, which otherwise should be Ning’s story.
            Again — I wouldn’t have much problems with these clan arcs, if it were more than “I have to react to some danger my stupid clan members put themselves in” or “I have to react to this new demand they sprung up on me”.

            If Ning is not active in his own clan’s affairs, why should we, the audience, be attentive to whatever the clan is doing?

          9. So he should forsake his clan and not help them grow?
            I believe he actually has a a clear goal in mind and strengthen the Ji clan is a major step. Also in his travels I believe he saw just how small and frail his clan actually is compared to others so it has to expand and grow stronger and if he can help then I think he wants to.

  1. Thanks, Ren.

    The restrictive spells on the parchment, summoning natural fire, instantly caused the parchment to begin to blaze, transforming *nit* into gray ash.

  2. Hah!
    I really thought ji ning was gonna write a letter to ninelotus when i saw the title.

    Calligraphy and snowdragon branch new ruler’s backgrounds mentioned but not even one sentence about ninelotus?


    1. Yea i’m thinking the same, while the author may not cover Ninelotus and her time in the cave i was at least expecting a scene here or there with Ning thinking about her while floating on the island. Seems like it just was a bout of young love and they are already over it.

      Either that or the author is going for the route where they bottle their feelings up and focus on progressing then see each other again and WHAM! it all comes rushing back, they fall deeper in love etc etc.

  3. Thanks for the chapter.

    Ning more years had passed, and in the underwater estate…Ning had successfully challenged and overcome the fourth level of the Wargod Hall, acquiring yet another magic treasure.
    -Nine more years

    How old is Jij Ning?

    The restrictive spells on the parchment, summoning natural fire, instantly caused the parchment to begin to blaze, transforming nit into gray ash.
    -transforming it into

    1. Last time Ji Ning was 18-19 years old so now he must be 27-28 years old but he’ll eventually become an immortal so there’s no point in counting his years.

      1. The only thing I wonder (since pretty much the beginning) is how he looks like. He became he Xiantia at 9 years old, Zifu at 15, and Wangxia at 18. So with the retarded aging how does he look like? Every time he does something badass, I still ask “does he still look like at 10 or 11 years old child, does a 10 or 11 years old child make elder shit themselves?”.
        Or when he was close to Ninelotus, is she in touch with pedobear? Does she look like a little child too? Or did Ji Ning changed his appearance to look like a young man?

        1. In the chapters around the time he became a xiantian, it was described that he looks exactly the same as in his former live so around 18 years old i think. And it was mentioned more than than once, that the younger an immortal practioner looks the more of a monster he/she is.

        2. He looks the same as when his fiendgod body formed. around 11 years old. that 11 year old version of him looks like the 18 year old version of him back on earth, just more full of life.

  4. Thanks for the chapt~ ( *• ̀ω•́ )b

    Oh, God. This culture.
    One moment, they’re belittling the other party. The next, they’re panicking calling for help. I could only give up and accept this culture. I can’t even remember an antagonist (from any of the novels I read) who stayed dignified from the start to the end, samurai-style.

      1. Yes but Ji Lee wasn’t really an antagonist. He did all his schemes for the clan. He didn’t like the current clan leader because he truly thought he would have been a better clan leader (since he was stronger and more talented). And was totally opposed to Ji Ning because he couldn’t train (wrecked meridians at birth).
        But if Ji Ning’s father didn’t loose his cultivation, he would have been happy to follow him (because he would have been the best leader for the clan). And he was dignified in the end because he understood that Ji Ning was even more talented than his father, and would shortly become stronger than him, making him a good choice for the clan.

    1. Ummm, uhhhh, ehhhh, ummmm, maybe – no wait they ended up as friends, that won’t work. Umm, I can’t really think of one either. Unless you count my lil’ bro Linmeng, but he is kiiiinda the main protagonist of Coiling Dragon sooo…..

  5. Whoa, just thru writing sword aura spilling out like crazy, and restrictive spells that activate in timely fashion and without being notice that it was there at the first place kinda indicated Ji Ning’s power and knowledge is on frightening level.

  6. Reading this chapter makes u almost feel sorry for snowdragon mountain, then u remember that they were the cause of all this. They are the reason Ning’s parents are dead plus they destroys his mom’s clan to try and rape her. Also 12 years ago when Nings was weaker they themselves threatened and put into motion trying to destroy the Ji clan. I feel no pity but Nings still needs to be careful who he Pisses off, let’s not forget that old man he killed.

    1. It wasn’t said that Snowdragon Mountain destroyed the Yuichi Clan, only that Dong Seven & Co attacked Ning’s parents, uncle and Uncle White…
      Still, they’re despicable and deserve to die!

      1. Everyone in this setting are despicable and deserve to die.
        Did you not see how the Ji clan started to force people out of their homes? How they crushed their livelihood and ways of life, just so they can selfishly expand their own business? (For reasons that do not even make sense, might I add? Immortal cultivators do not need numbers, they need good foundations, which grow thinner with the more people you have.)

        Everyone are evil pieces of sh*t. The more you think about it, the less likely you are to care about the MC and his family.

        1. More tribes means more possible talented people so, to a certain point is helpfull to have more people, also if u have a clan-scale formation, the more people the better, so that they can fight even inmortals as it’s said with the snowdragon mountain formation’s

  7. Timeskip +powerup = new stepping stone for target practise and glory!
    Have faith in Lord Ren, gain eternal translation. When Lord Ren translates, who dares to read raws!

  8. Can we please, maybe just maybe, not discuss Alice any more?

    We get it, you guys think Ninelotus might be a new Alice, but they’re two different characters from two different universes, somehow I doubt IET would reuse an old character exactly.

    Either way we don’t need a dozen or several dozen, conversations on the topic like we’ve had for the last 5 or 6 chapters. Come on people.

    1. It’s astonishing how you are not able to ignore comments that you don’t like. (clearly not the first time you do that)
      Comments are people’s thoughts. They are in no way a form of entertainment.
      They are not here to entertain you.

      If people are talking about Ninelotus, well, maybe it’s because they want to express some feelings they are having about this relationship.
      “Either way we don’t need a dozen or several dozen”
      So, your thoughts and your wishes apaprently prevails on “dozen” of people thoughts on one subject ?
      People aren’t gonna change what their thoughts are to please you.
      (Well, you could say the same to what I’m doing here with you)

      1. After reading a chapter I like coming to the comments to see people’s varied thoughts and insights into the latest chapter. When half the comments are “Thanks for the chapter!” and the other half are “I bet Ninelotus is Alice v2”, what’s the point any more? Why even keep repeating it after the first few times?

        I’m not asking them to change their thoughts, I’m asking them to stop repeating the same one mindlessly when everyone else has already said it first. At least keep it all to one comment train or something.

    1. Haha when a mere signature can kill… how op is that?
      can imagine some little kid running up to him asking for an autograph
      Ji Ning : sure there you go
      Overly exited little kid who take a look at his autograph: *guhak* *heart attack*
      Ji Ning : o.o Ouups! oh well whatever >.> (only collateral damage… ain’t responsible for that)

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