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   Chapter 1461 Livingston

Apotheosis By En Ci Jie Tuo Characters: 10351

Updated: 2019-10-24 00:03

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ISBN: 978-1703525359

Compared to the previous cave, this one was clearly smaller and could be easily surveyed with a single glance.

There was nothing strange about the surroundings, and it was almost dull in appearance.

Zen noticed that Freya was carefully picking up the ancient treasures. Naturally, he didn't leave immediately, but strolled around in the cave. He was making a final check on the cave, looking for any signs that they had perhaps missed.

After circling the cave once, Zen was now even more sure that there were no other mysteries to be found in the cave.

When Zen looked back again, his eyes widened. The ancient treasures that had been piled up like a small mountain were reduced by half. Obviously, the warriors had put the other half into their space rings. The wealth had truly been pillaged now!

When seeing this scene, Zen could not help but shake his head. After the heavenly essence within these ancient treasures was lost, the value of these ancient treasures was no longer great. They had been reduced to mere trinkets now.

A faint smile flirted over his face. Just as he was about to take a step forward, he noticed a sword plunged upright in the ground nearby.

'Perhaps this sword can't even be considered an ancient treasure. I wonder who stabbed the sword into the ground, ' Zen thought. His eyes narrowed slightly as a look of bewilderment surfaced on his face.

The ancient treasures that were piled into a small mountain had been eroded by the passage of time, and the heavenly essence within them was long gone. But strictly speaking, each and every one of them had been of the highest quality.

However, the sword in front of him seemed to be of a much lower grade. Even the edge of the sword blade had been rendered dull over time. Was this really a sword?

Despite being unable to obtain what he wanted in this cave, Zen was not discouraged. When he saw the sword, his interest was piqued. It was so strange and out of place, since it was clearly of an inferior quality to the other treasures.

When he thought of this, Zen took two steps forward and extended his hand to grasp the exposed blade of the sword. It did not move at all! The sword remained plunged into the ground, as if the very ground was holding fast to it.


Zen became even more curious. Although he had only exerted a slight amount of strength, it should probably have been an easy task to pull out the sword. Was it because most of the sword was buried in the earth?

Zen stood firmly on the ground and held the sword with both his hands, resting one hand on the blade. The blade of the sword was already dull, and it did not cut his hand at all. However, even if it was not dull, with his current body strength, it should not be too much of a hindrance to him.

Grasping this sword, Zen suddenly exerted his full strength and pulled with all of his might.

A huge force was suddenly released upwards as the blade was finally freed from the earth.


At this moment, the entire cave seemed to tremble as if in fear.

The warriors who were still picking throug

ife vitality crystal from his space ring, and inserted it into the groove in the puppet's back. There was a loud clicking sound.

The moment Zen slotted the supreme life vitality crystal in, the puppet suddenly cried out in excitement, "I...I can actually..."

Immediately though, the voice weakened again, and Zen was no longer able to hear what it was saying.

Zen's eyes were clouded with confusion. But as he stared at the groove, he instantly understood that the supreme life vitality crystal had been instantly exhausted.

"That's fast!" Zen was left speechless. The life vitality contained in the supreme life vitality crystal seemed to be far from enough. The speed at which the puppet had consumed the life vitality was also astonishingly fast.

Without thinking too much, Zen once again took out a life vitality jade from his space ring and once more inserted it into the groove.

"I...I actually come back to life! I can't believe it!" the puppet called out excitedly again.

Zen stared at the puppet and asked, "Who are you?"

The puppet sized Zen up and then slowly collected its limbs and moved towards him. It took a while before it smiled and said, "I… I'm Livingston. Ha-ha!"

This puppet seemed to think that reporting its name would shock all of the warriors in the cave, and its voice also contained a trace of pride.

However, after he finished speaking, many of the warriors were still clueless and they stared at the puppet in confusion.


"I've never heard of it."

"Does this name have any background?"

Zen also asked the same question in his mind. Not only had Lavender never heard of it before, even the experienced and knowledgeable cyan dragon didn't know who Livingston was. Clearly, the puppet had faded beyond memory over the centuries in which it had been buried.

"Huh? You don't even know who Livingston is?" The puppet's voice contained grief and indignation. "I am the number one weapon refiner in the universe! Are you guys ignorant or simply massively ill-informed on such matters?"

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