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   Chapter 284 Real Strength

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 9210

Updated: 2019-05-18 05:12


"Icy Seal! Freeze!"

"Crackle!"

After reaching the sword tip, these snowflakes suddenly turned into ice crystals. In an instant, they covered Zen's right hand. Soon, the right half of Zen's body was frozen.

Zen frowned as these ice crystals covered his hand. He used force to break them. However, these ice crystals were not normal. Even with the enormous power running through his body, Zen couldn't do anything to them.

"Ha-ha! They are not standard ice crystals. You can't break them with brute force. So what are you going to do with them this time, little boy?" Bob smiled coldly as his Icy Seal froze Zen.

Instead of panicking, Zen looked at Bob with calm eyes. There was even some contempt in his expression. With a sly smile, Zen raised his left hand. In the next instant, the Emerald Crystal in his arm suddenly erupted in bright red energy.

"Bang!"

Zen used his left fist to pound his right arm. A blood red mark glowed on the ice crystals covering his arm. And then, the blood red mark spread like a cobweb.

Next, Zen clenched his right fist and freed himself from the ice crystals.

"Lash..."

The Icy Seal on his right arm and body was instantly broken into tiny pieces of ice crystals.

"That's impossible!" Bob couldn't believe what he had just seen.

The Icy Seal was the quintessence of his power. He had spent a lot of time and effort making it work. The Icy Seal was so challenging to master that Bob hadn't succeeded until recently.

This was the first time that he had used the Icy Seal to fight against his enemy.

Bob's father had once told him that only burning life vitality of a person at the Illuminating Soul Realm could break the Icy Seal. It couldn't be broken by other kinds of force, let alone brute force. That was why Bob thought he could defeat Zen by using the Icy Seal.

'What the hell is he?

How could he break my Icy Seal?'

Bob felt as though he was going crazy. What had happened was an unprecedented blow to a proud man like him.

Bob was sure that Zen could see through all his moves. Any counterattack by Zen could push him into the abyss of death. He didn't know what to do.

'Why can't I defeat him? I've never lost to anyone!' Bob questioned himself.

Bob was a proud man. It was his pride that made him improve in martial arts so quickly.

He never allowed himself to lag behind others in any way.

But at the moment, the fact that he had lost to Zen had destroyed his pride and self-respect, which plunged him into melancholy.

At the thought of this, his eyes turned red, and the expression on his face grew ferocious. A wild voice shouted in his heart, 'I will never allow myself to fail!'

"Go to hell!" It was a fact that Bob had lost to Zen. The only wa

s through his hard work. Therefore, his speed of improvement was not as fast. His strengths were all honed in actual combats.

Ever since Roger returned from Dragon Fort, he started his retreat.

A training tower had been dedicated to his retreat. Everything became easier in the tower. During the retreat, he had taken a variety of elixirs. The Meng Clan knew that Roger was a smart man. So they gave preference to his cultivation and growth. Hence, it was not difficult for him to make tremendous progress in a short time.

Roger shook his head and said, "I did increase in terms of grades within the nature level, but I'm far worse than you when it comes to real strength."

Grades were not equal to real strength. Every martial artist accepted this universal fact.

Numerous people had reached a high level but had no real strength.

Roger had reached the fifth-grade of the nature level, but he still couldn't compete with Bob. While Zen who had only reached the first-grade took Bob down easily. Clearly, Zen was much better than Roger.

"You're not an inner disciple?" Roger was surprised to see Zen in a white robe.

If a genius like Zen existed in other peaks, he would have been an inner disciple by now.

Zen shook his head and said, "No, I am not." Since entering Cloud Sect, Zen had spent very little time at the sect. He had used most of his time to accomplish other things and had ignored sect-related tasks completely.

Zen didn't care if he became an inner disciple. Although he was just an outer disciple at Drizzle Peak, because of Aura, his treatment was comparable to an inner disciple.

Roger didn't know why Zen was still an outer disciple. In his opinion, the mentors at Drizzle Peak were just too stupid not to promote Zen. So he said, "In that case, you might as well come to Daylily Peak."

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