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   Chapter 35 Setting Off On A Treacherous Adventure (Part Two)

Rebirth of Martial God By Wo Chi Mian Bao Characters: 6245

Updated: 2019-05-28 01:34

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ISBN: 978-1070602745


He had been waiting for almost an hour. But the middle-aged man kept meditating and paid no attention to Austin.

After patiently waiting for an hour, Austin decided he should greet the middle-aged man. Just as he was about to speak with the middle-aged man, Marvin Su and his team arrived.

When Lara Tang saw the humble-looking middle-aged man, she furrowed her brow and asked Marvin Su, "All we need to do is to hand the Jade Badge to this man, right? But he is not sleeping, is he?"

At those words, Marvin Su hushed her.

The outer disciples who came to practice at Beast Mountain called the middle-aged man the mountain keeper.

Lara Tang had no idea who he was. But after adventuring into Beast Mountain several times, Marvin Su knew the mountain keeper was not as simple as he looked.

Two years ago, a Diabolic Unicorn at the third level suddenly appeared in Beast Mountain and took the lives of many Sun Sect disciples.

At last, a man came forward and killed that third-level Diabolic Unicorn. That man was the seemingly inconspicuous mountain keeper.

Numerous Sun Sect disciples witnessed that brutal fight, and one of them was Marvin Su.

That third-level beast was as fierce as a man at the eighth or ninth level of the Energy Gathering Realm.

Nevertheless, when that mountain keeper dealt with the beast, it seemed as vulnerable as a child. In the blink of an eye, the mountain keeper had destroyed the creature.

That was when the outer disciples realized that the mountain keeper who sat under the huge tree day in and day out had strength that was not inferior to that of some elders in their sect.

Marvin Su carefully walked up to the mountain keeper and stated respectfully, "Senior, we're outer disciples who have ventured here for adventures."

A moment later, the middle-aged man slowly opened his eyes and glanced at Marv

his cultivation base also fell to the fourth level.

The trauma that Austin had incurred was enough to force a man give up hopes of advancing, not to mention the damage it caused to his vital energy and cultivation base.

Life was unpredictable as no one knew what would happen to them the next day. It also applied to those who were extremely gifted, given that many of them were killed in their infancy before they had the chance to grow up and become strong.

But now that Austin was here, it showed that he still wanted to fight. The mountain keeper started to wonder what kind of performance Austin would present this time.

The mountain keeper suddenly felt a rush of curiosity. He had heard of Austin before and knew that he used to be ranked the highest among all the outer disciples.

"Fine."

The mountain keeper replied, void of expression. He closed his eyes again and waved at them.

"Go ahead, all of you."

Austin turned and looked into the distance. The forest ahead of them was so thick that it blotted out the sky and covered the sun. Rolling hills lined up and stretched as far as he could see. Austin breathed deeply at the magnificent view of the Beast Mountain, and whispered, "Beast Mountain, I'm coming!"

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