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   Chapter 290 Zen’s Incredible Jump

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 10346

Updated: 2019-05-19 22:04

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ISBN: 978-1070444000

"Wurth!" Zen called from a distance.

"Zen, what are you doing here?" Wurth asked, wiping the sweat from his face. He didn't know why Zen decided to suddenly visit the Kite Skydeck.

Although Zen had just joined the Drizzle Peak a few months ago, he had already upgraded from marrow refining level to nature level. He became more powerful than any of those outer disciples from Drizzle Peak, and with this, he could be an inner disciple soon.

With Zen's current level in the Drizzle Peak, it wasn't necessary for him to go to Kite Skydeck for cultivation.

The other outer disciples of Drizzle Peak immediately cast their eyes to Zen when they heard Wurth call his name.

Zen had become famous in Drizzle Peak with the improvement of his cultivation and his name would make heads turn.

The outer disciple named Wyatt was distracted upon hearing the name Zen and his eyes suddenly went ablaze.

Wyatt was a gifted and persistent practitioner. But because he had been born in an ordinary family, he had gone through trials and tribulations in the cultivation process in Cloud Sect. Being discriminated because of his family roots, he always wanted to prove himself by defeating others.

But he had no interest in challenging a practitioner like Wurth.

The person he wanted to challenge the most was Zen, and defeating him was the only significant victory for Wyatt.

Unfortunately, it was impossible for him to defeat Zen now. He had just reached the half-step into the nature level, while Zen was already a nature creature.

Wyatt had been cultivating on Kite Skydeck for a long time, so he thought that Zen would be no match for him if he challenged the latter to a climbing competition

When Zen was talking to Wurth, Wyatt came up to him in a suit weighing a thousand pounds. Then he gestured at Zen for a challenge before turning around and rushing to the cliff wall.

Wyatt gave his all and climbed like a monkey. Swiftly, he ascended from the ground. After a short time, he had ascended from 10 meters to 47 meters.

Wyatt didn't look down and continued to ascend without slipping.

Reaching 47 meters was his best record by far.

After reaching that height, he carefully slid down from the cliff, looking down at Zen with defiant eyes. As soon as he reached the ground, he came over to Zen and asked, "Do you want to try your luck? Look! There's a handprint on the wall of the cliff. It's said that the handprint was left by the most powerful inner disciple of our Drizzle Peak."

Wyatt knew that Zen had just upgraded from a half-step into the nature level practitioner to a nature creature.

Furthermore, the biggest difference between a nature creature and a half-step into the nature level practitioner was the life energy, not the corporeal body.

So Wyatt thought that Zen could neither surpass the height of the handprint left by that inner disciple nor reach the height that he just climbed.

Climbing the cliff didn't only require strength, but also the flexibility of one's body. The timing was also another significant factor.

of the running disciple.

Zen hadn't used his full strength. If he did, the other disciples wouldn't see him with their naked eyes.

This wasn't only to test his speed and strength, but also his control ability on timing. If he went on full speed, he could hit the wall. He had to adjust his speed and motion so he could leap up the wall swiftly.

Since it was his first attempt on this, he was just relying on his instincts.

As he approached the foot of the cliff, he pressed his feet hard on the ground, bent his knees, and pushed himself upward.

He zoomed upward at an incredibly high speed.

He just bounced off the ground, and his feet hadn't even touched the cliff wall.

Wurth was so surprised that his jaw almost dropped to the ground. He couldn't blink and talk because of the intensity of the challenge. 'He is not stepping on the cliff wall! How could he even keep that momentum from bouncing off the ground?' he wondered.

Technically, in order to climb higher, the disciples would have to push on the cliff wall with their hands and feet so that the rebound force could be produced.

But to everyone's surprise, Zen had reached the 20 meters mark with just the momentum from his initial jump.

"He is such a freak! How could he climb dozens of meters only relying on his bounce?"

"I don't know what to say. God is so unfair! I don't even want to live after I found the gap between him and me!"

Wyatt was looking on in the crowd. He said coldly, "One can't climb the cliff wall merely by bouncing off the ground. Let's say he could reach the first 20 meters by his initial jump, but he would certainly fall off later when his momentum reduces! Look, he is finally slowing down!"

With one bounce, Zen had reached the height of 27 meters. Now that his upward momentum started to fade away, he began to climb the cliff wall with the use of his hands and feet.

After his hands landed on the wall, Zen was surprised to realize that the wall was so smooth that he couldn't even find a place to apply force.

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