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   Chapter 254 The Commandment Hall (Part One)

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 7111

Updated: 2019-05-14 00:10

To be precise, the lightning horse was not just a horse, it was way beyond it as it was regarded as a kind of spiritual beast. And this unique spiritual beast was domesticated by some experienced and powerful people.

The speed at which the lightning horse started running was pretty average, but as it gained momentum, the speed would get faster and faster knowing no bounds. While carrying Zen on its back, the lighting horse was running at an extremely high speed and it appeared like a flashing light at this time.

For the several days along the way, Zen stopped occasionally to rest. After giving the lightning horse a little rest, he set off on his way without any delay.

Even so, it took Zen several days to get to the capital of Burning Sky Empire from G County.

Upon arriving at the Cloud Sect, Zen left his lighting horse in a place where spiritual beasts were raised in Cloud Sect, and then headed straight to the Drizzle Peak.

Zen was away for a long time to slay demons. Those disciples, who had taken part in the trial for slaying demons, had returned to the peak early. Zen might be the last one, so he'd better hurry up.

Just as Zen walked up to the foot of Drizzle Peak, and prepared to climb up the mountain, he spotted two people standing along the mountain road. Dressed in a distinct purple light armour, both of them were Cloud Sect inspectors.

As the two inspectors saw Zen, they walked towards him, pointed at his waist and said, "Show us your disciple card before you proceed onto this path!"

The inspectors of Cloud Sect had many permissions and rights. They mainly maintained the order for the entire Cloud Sect. But for the order at each peak, that would be something the masters should handle. So, the inspectors were in charge of all the places outside the peaks.

Upon hearing their request, Zen didn't question them and just took off his disciple card and handed it to the inspectors without even giving it a moment's thought.

One of the inspectors grabbed it and after a quick glance, he gave the other inspector who was standing right next to him an expressive l

nt Hall torturing disciples who had violated the rules and disobeyed commands to some degree. He wondered what would possibly be done on him in such a hall of shame...

After Zen entered the hall, he saw a middle-aged man dressed in purple and gold robe with flying fish on it sitting in front of the desk. He had a square face, and was black and solemn. He must be the chief judge.

The two inspectors pushed Zen to the front and stepped aside in a rather synchronized obedient manner. As it caught the middle-aged man's attention, he tapped the judicial mallet on the desk with a loud thud, alerting everyone. The man commanded, "Who is this? Kneel down!"

"Kneel down?" Zen repeated as he opened his pursed lips, "I kneel to the heaven, to the ground and even before my parents, but I never kneel before others!"

"How dare you!" shouted the middle-aged man angrily as his facial expression froze suddenly. "You know the rules. A person who doesn't know how to behave will die miserably!"

"The rules? Of all the rules, do tell me who created the rule of kneeling in the hall? The leader of Cloud Sect? Or you?" Zen inquired in a rather arrogant tone.

At the start of it all, to have a better understanding of the Hell Mountain, Zen had investigated the Commandment Mount and Commandment Hall. So he was confident of his understanding about the rules and knew right from wrong in this regard.

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