“Heh, son, you dashed her hopes, so there’s no need to hold grudges. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. The heavens have already punished her,” lamented Emperor Taiyuan.
“She’s already a thing of the past. Father, you’re the one I’m worried about. You’ve suffered for far too long.” Jiang Chen couldn’t help but sigh.
“Heh. In fact, you did as well. You just don’t remember it. Think about it. You’ve been trekking for hundreds of millennia on the road of reincarnation until you descended on Divine Abyss. How much pain and anguish do you think you’ve endured along the way?”
“But since I can’t remember, I’m not particularly distressed,” the young man responded...