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   Chapter 291 More Heavenly Essence

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 10679

Updated: 2019-05-20 00:10

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ISBN: 978-1070444000

In fact, there were points of the mountain wall that remained strong.

The disciples from Drizzle Peak climbed the mountain wall continuously. Wherever other disciples tramped, there were marks left behind.

As time went on, tiny hollows were etched into the mountain wall.

As some disciples practiced more, they discovered these hollows, and using them, they could climb higher.

Some hollows were used frequently, and they gradually sunk.

Viewed from below, the wall appeared smooth and flat, but in reality, it had many recesses.

After climbing its face hundreds of times, some disciples could remember each hollow. They needed to pay attention to where it was safe to tread the first few steps after they made the leap.

So, the experience in climbing this mountain wall was very important. Zen didn't have the experience and climbed it with just his strength. It was believed he would surely suffer losses.

Wyatt was able to reach a height of 47 meters because he was nimble and made good use of the recesses. From ancient to modern times, the people who could reach the summit was far less than those who initially set out climbing, so the higher one went, the fewer recesses in the face of the wall. They were also more indistinct and difficult to find, the higher one scaled.

Zen lacked the experience to find the niches in the mountain wall, but, he had an advantage, speed.

The Phoenix Crystal's energy played an important role. He slapped the mountain wall with both hands continuously while at the same time he tramped his feet into the surface quickly.

Zen was well aware that with the strength he currently possessed, he could slice into the hard mountain wall easily and catapult himself up to the top. But if he did that, it would be considered cheating, so he decided against it.

Zen could control his strength in a manner that it was imperceptible to see and as he slapped and tramped nonstop, his speed was once more quickened, unexpectedly.

"Wow, look at Zen's speed increase again unexpectedly. My Gosh!" shouted one of the outer disciples.

"Seriously? How'd that happen? It's beyond reason!" commented some of the outer disciples in confusion.

Normally, when disciples climbed the mountain wall, the higher they went, the slower they became.

At the bottom, the disciples would be at their strongest and speediest, and then because there was no place they could apply their force to at the midway, speed decreased, making the climb upward grow slower and slower.

Nobody could change the rules of relativity.

However, halfway up the wall, Zen's speed suddenly increased...

What did that mean? It meant Zen didn't need to store his force when he was at the bottom. He was even able to skip the dashing to accelerate. He could climb the mountain wall with the same stamina, whether he went 30 meters, 100 meters or even 1000 meters. It didn't seem to make a difference to him whether he climbed the mountain wall or ran on flat ground.

Given the information, this test to climb the mountain wall had no real impact on Zen.

First Zen passed the 30 meters mark, then 40, and accelerating as he went, he reach

lightly. He opened it, and pulled a small cup from it.

Nobody was near them at the pavilion, and even if someone were to see it, it was highly unlikely any of the outer disciples from Drizzle Peak possessed the knowledge to recognize the substance that was in the cup. However, Zen still covered it covertly with his hand before handing it over to Wurth.

As Wurth stared at what was in the cup, his eyes widened, and in a hushed tone with a hint of surprise, he whispered, "Heavenly essence?!"

When Zen had the crystal core at auction, someone was selling some heavenly essence.

Wurth still recalled at the time, that the heavenly essence netted 120 thousand cubic crystals.

If one of the bidders hadn't given up and stopped bidding, the price of the heavenly essence would probably have kept rising in cost, to what could only be imagined.

"It appears that you have at least as much heavenly essence as what sold at the Blessed Auction House last time we were there. How many drops do you have here?" asked Wurth, his voice trembling in excitement as he wondered where Zen could have gotten any heavenly essence.

"I have 55 droplets of essence in this cup," replied Zen.

Taking a deep, calming breath, Wurth said, "Well, that explains why you were so hesitant. In your shoes, I would be even more cautious."

Zen chuckled and told him, "Well, I wouldn't if I only had the one cup of heavenly essence. I can offer you this much heavenly essence spread out over intervals of time. Please, Wurth, help me sell it at auction."

"Wait, what are you saying? Spread out over intervals! You mean, you have more than this?" asked Wurth. He was shocked, and took a sharp breath of air, the chilliness hurting his nose.

Heavenly essence was such a very mysterious substance that even now, nobody could figure out how it was produced. Even what they had sold at auction was unintentionally obtained by some warriors.

What Zen was implying though was that he had more heavenly essence, and because it was such a large quantity, it needed to be sold over time...

What did it all mean though?

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