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   Chapter 266 The Verdict And The Princess (Part One)

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 6099

Updated: 2019-05-15 02:55

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ISBN: 978-1099091582

Appearing at the entrance of the Commandment Hall was a graceful lady who proceeded to stroll in their direction. The lady was Zen's tutor, Aura.

There was more color in her face, and Aura seemed more energetic than she had been several days ago, and there was a unique air surrounding her.

Although Aura's strength was far inferior to the real power of the saints she faced, there was an intimidating deportment about her.

Standing tall and straight, Aura gave the impression of being on a high horse, cutting an imposing figure. Her presence was of a leader who possessed the tools not just to unify the entire country but to rule over it afterward.

Only direct descendants to the royal king had a natural authoritative bearing like Aura displayed.

After the humiliation Aura endured recently from Saint Viana, she spent two days in seclusion, pondering about many things. It wasn't until her last-minute decision to join the Commandment Mount today that Aura recognized her obligations, and inability to continue avoiding formal functions.

It also dawned on Aura that she should pick up her mantle and shoulder the duties she had previously shirked.

The thoughts Aura had left her wondering if they'd all forgotten her true identity, and name.

After all, Aura was the emperor's eldest daughter! At one time, Aura was once known as the Sky Princess and experienced loving adoration from thousands of citizens, as well as being respected, even worshiped in multiple countries.

In the wake of Aura's regal yet high-handed mannerisms, the saints present paled.

"Well, answer my question, why did the court trial start before my arrival? Who decided to proceed? I expect an explanation, immediately, Zara!" Cocking her eyebrow, Aura gave Saint Zara a stern look while calling him by his first

appropriate for someone to pay for murder with their life. However, in this case, if Zen had killed Fren in self-defense, would he still be expected to pay with his life?"

"No, of course not!" huffed Saint Zara indignantly as he took a deep breath before explaining, "We got to the bottom of things during the trial, and learned on that day of the incident, Zen made rude comments and created a scene at the Commandment Hall. Those events forced Fren to have to come to Murry's aid to apprehend Zen. Sadly, Fren had no way of knowing that…"

Saint Zara's explanation was interrupted by Aura, who announced, "I want to know whether or not Zen admitted his guilt to such an allegation. Or, are you saying that Zen confessed this himself?"

"No, this was what Murry told us. As for Zen, he told us a completely different story," replied Saint Zara.

"Okay, then my next question would be why did you take Murry's side and reject what Zen said?" asked Aura. Her tone had changed from a carefree manner to a stern one as she looked down on Saint Zara fiercely. Between the fire in her eyes, and the inflection of her voice, everyone present, especially Saint Zara, knew there was no room for negotiation.

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