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   Chapter 390 Unrestrained Gambling

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 11101

Updated: 2019-06-04 02:48

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ISBN: 978-1072104735

Ever since seeing Zen on the field, the disciples at the Cloud Sect had paid close attention to him.

However, at first they were interested in Zen because his refinement level was extremely low.

Jacques was in grade two at the nature level when he participated in the competition last time, but what made him stand out? As a personal disciple, Jacques was hand picked, implying there was something extraordinary about him.

On the other hand, Zen was from the least powerful peak, Drizzle Peak. No one thought there was anything special about Zen, instead they felt pity that there weren't stronger disciples at Drizzle Peak to join the All Peaks Competition. A lot of disciples from other peaks felt defeated because many of the more powerful members who were in the consummation level in their peaks weren't permitted to compete in the All Peaks Competition, but a little guy in grade two at the nature level from Drizzle Peak was eligible to join. This peak was unreal.

As the matches continued, the innate superhuman strength Zen possessed attracted attention from some members, while others thought Zen wouldn't go much farther. What use did his innate superhuman strength have? Warriors didn't rely on physical strength so much as the life vitality housed within a warrior's core being.

Zen might have defeated all the opponents in his battles so far, but, most of the disciples were either perplexed, not knowing how Zen was winning, or thought it was luck. Very few accepted that Zen had a true power, except the disciples from Drizzle Peak.

Still, Zen had taken down Cecil during this match.

Zen seemed to be like Rocher, with the ability to defeat someone of the Illuminating Soul Realm even though they only possessed the strength of a nature creature.

Most of the onlookers were unwilling to believe Zen was on the same level as Rocher though.

It was bad enough having one disciple at the Cloud Sect, whose performance bedeviled them, and destroyed their confidence, like Rocher did. Why'd Zen have to be like him?

After mulling it all over, the thought dawned on them that by defeating Cecil, Zen's achievement was far more terrifying than what Rocher accomplished.

Considering that Rocher was in the consummation level, his strength was closer to Kim's who was in the Illuminating Soul Realm.

It left them wondering just what the hell Zen's strength was. He was merely at grade two in the nature level! A disciple's strength at grade two in the nature level was so far below that of a disciple in the Illuminating Soul Realm.

Three years ago, Jacques, a personal disciple, hadn't performed so well, but, Zen did, and even beat Cecil, who was ranked eighty-third of the top one hundred disciples.

None of that mattered. Regardless of how well Zen fought against Cecil, most people still thought Zen was inferior to Rocher.

Because Rocher had made a name for himself at the Cloud Sect, able to defeat a warrior of the Illuminating Soul Realm prior to the All Peaks Competition. Most people recognized that Rocher was a virtuoso and naturally, someone as gifted as that would be more powerful.

That was part of human nature. Two people at the same level, would try to outperform each other, but, when one was more powerful than the other, giving credit whe

alm, so, it was a great possibility any one of them might defeat Rocher.

Certainly there wasn't a madman who would risk betting all the savings on him. It was no big deal to Rocher if he lost in one round, as he could still join in the other group matches. But, if he lost a single time, anyone who was betting the savings on him would be... in serious trouble.

Still, Zachary was a madman, and risked everything on Zen winning.

His plan was so crazy, and it was ingenious! He would bet it all on Zen every round.

If he guessed right and Zen won every round, he would double his savings, and bring his total into the thousands!

Why was Zachary willing to risk so much?

Others said Zachary was crazy, but he was quite clear that he wasn't insane. On the contrary, he trusted his gut and Zen's strength.

Since he was the only one who'd felt Zen's abnormal, intense strength and knew how powerful Zen's sword intent was.

Zen could manipulate sword intent when he'd practiced with a sword for the first time and resisted a hundred waves of Magnetic Aurora on the Seven Star Sword Light Platform on the difficulty of level eight. A guy such as Zen couldn't be called a genius though, since he fit the description of a monster much better.

When they looked through the Picture Slab earlier, they saw Zen had started the Sword Step. Everyone laughed, mocking Zen because his Sword Step was a crude imitation, but Zachary didn't care. He watched carefully all the while with shock in his heart. He saw how immature Zen's Sword Step was and realized that Zen had barely learned the Sword Step from Rocher, unexpectedly.

After watching the Sword Step performed one time, Zen was able to initiate the steps and from there, practice it too. It was unbelievable. It was absurd, still, Zachary knew Zen could do it. Given how abnormal Zen's talent was, this method was nothing to him.

Because Zachary had seen a more abnormal aspect of Zen.

The confident Zachary watched the Picture Slab, a playful smile growing, and making his face light up.

"Come on, Zen. I'm addicted to gambling, but, these years, I rarely win. Just this once, let me bet, unrestrained, and win big!"

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