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   Chapter 15 Thank You, Brother!

Immortal Ascension Tower By Theonionjunktion Characters: 11686

Updated: 2018-03-19 18:32

"Uh?" Xiao Wu was bewildered: not only had she been surprised at Cheng Hao's claim that he would help her step into the inferior stage that same night, she was also completely and utterly shocked at the identity of the small golden tower only a few inches tall...

Cheng Hao had a Martial Way! This notion surpassed almost any other that she had learned that night: a Martial Way was something extremely, impossibly rare! Even comparing to Qilin horns and Phoenix feathers would be somewhat downgrading, because unlike the former two it was simply something that shouldn't exist at all in the mortal world! The reason for that was simple: they were as rare as it was difficult to make them, and a Reverend stage cultivator had zero chances of creating one! A Mortal Realm cultivator creating a Martial Way was impossible by definition, as what a Martial Way was required one to have reached the very peak of the Supreme stage, the second stage of the Immortal Realm, just two stages away from complete and utter... Immortality! Although Immortal Realm cultivators weren't too rare even within fallen Clans such as the present Xiao Clan, a Supreme stage cultivator was even rarer! An expert at the peak of that stage would only be found amongst Heavenly Beasts, and the Eternal stage that came after that was almost as much of a legend as the Immortal stage. That was just how rare of an existence were Immortal Realm cultivators as well as the powerhouses amongst said Realm, that were peak stage Supreme cultivators! And even then, it would require incredible effort and decades, centuries of meditation just to make one, years that could easily be spent in cultivation!

And yet, that child in front of her, a boy her same age, had just achieved what was impossible! At the age of eight, without a single ounce of Spiritual Energy or Qi in his body, he had condensed a Martial Way all by himself!

And it was such a mysterious and deep Martial Way, she had never seen anything like it before! Even the ancient Xiao Clan barely had a few dozen Martial Ways after thousands of years of legacies, and yet that Immortal Ascension Tower was the likes of which not a single one of those mediocre Martial Ways would be able to hold a candle to! Maybe... just maybe, there was one person in her entire clan who would be able to create such a marvel, but that person, her ancestor and world-renowned genius, was a monster that had been alive for centuries, and even fought alongside Xu Ling as an equal! Xiao Lan, the greatest weapon of the Xiao Clan, was the only one that would barely be able to accomplish such a feat! And yet, the child in front of her had accomplished what one of the True Earth's strongest Masters would take years, in only a few months! And it was still incomplete? What kind of Martial Way was that! Wouldn't it be more accurate to call it a Martial Cheat?

But if they so rare, why? Why would people still create Martial Ways? It was because it had so many uses one wouldn't be able to recite them all at once, because at least one more would always be discovered with time!

A Martial Way was essentially an item that could increase one's cultivation speed exponentially! If one had even the lowest grade of Martial Way, it would make his or her cultivation skyrocket almost overnight! One must know that, unless one has a Martial Way to aid breakthrough, another one of its wondrous uses, such breakthrough could easily take weeks if not months, years, even decades! After al

ebody' and he easily pulled through once again!

In the girl's sea of consciousness, he once again gazed upon the scene that had bewildered him a while ago: a gorgeous white tree as tall as the heavens stood proud, in the meantime, a black dragon thousands of feet long entwined around the tree's branches. Up in a nonexistent sky, a purple moon shone down eerily...

The whole scene looked like something straight out of a fairy tale and it was just as scary and shocking as it was enticing and stunning. The scene was encased into what looked like a crystal ball, and it was so powerful that had it been left free, it would have created enough pressure on what was located outside that Xiao Wu's mind could have as well shattered! Fortunately though, the glass sphere blocked that pressure, allowing Cheng Hao's consciousness to approach.

With the wave of the consciousness' hands, the glass ball and thus the scene as well shrank and fit into the small palm... With a smile, Cheng Hao removed the finger from Xiao Wu's forehead and, when he opened his palm, a glass ball was there.

"Shatter" He blew upon the crystalline surface and the glass ball indeed... Shattered! As soon as it did, the tree, the dragon and the moon appeared above his hand. The child let go and the whole thing began hovering in midair. Cheng Hao sat back on the chair and made a sign towards Xiao Wu to take the Martial Way in front of her. The boy's face was pale, while the girl's was so red from excitement that even an apple would be jealous.

She poked the tree with her finger and, sure enough, she felt a familiar pressure: the pressure of a Martial Way! It was extremely weak when compared to Cheng Hao's golden tower, but it was there anyway! Without thinking, Xiao Wu flew at Cheng Hao and embraced him as tightly as he could. Tears poured out like water during a flood as the girl spoke, "Thank you brother, thank you!!! I will be your sister from now on, so don't worry about anything! I'll stop the arrows aimed against you with my body, sacrifice my life to save yours and step over seas of flames to get to you! Just... Thank you so much!"

Cheng Hao smiled weakly. "That was the wrong order, sis! When I said that it actually was-"

Xiao Wu embraced him even tighter "I don't care! Brother, thank you!"

Cheng Hao laughed.

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