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   Chapter 177 Level One Sword Intent (Part One)

Rebirth of Martial God By Wo Chi Mian Bao Characters: 6656

Updated: 2019-06-18 00:04


Austin was stunned by how rapidly he had progressed in Illusory Swordsmanship. He paused for a while, looking confused.

'What is going on? I'm only a beginner here. Yet it feels like I've been practicing swordsmanship for years and like I've mastered the essence of it! Is it only an illusion that I can use it the way I want it to work, like it is a part of my body?

Or am I a genius? No! That cannot be! The word 'genius' doesn't do justice to what is going on. Incredible! I must be a monster!'

The more he thought about this, the more he was confused. He couldn't justify what was happening with a valid explanation.

Slightly lost in thought about this matter, he waved the Violet Royal Sword around. Glimmers of ethereal sword-light appeared, transporting Austin to what felt like dreamland with just a glimpse. Everything seemed unreal, unfathomable, unsubstantial, like a shadow. It was hard for him to tell the difference between the real and the unreal.

Now, there was absolutely no doubt that Austin had gained mastery over Illusory Swordsmanship. And once he had proven his skill, the sword displayed a great attacking power that was awe-inspiring.

But Austin had only spent one day practicing this Illusory Swordsmanship!

Swordsmanship was the most difficult skill of all martial arts. It required the practitioner to have good insight. For a grade four swordsmanship, it usually took even the most talented cultivator about half a month to grasp its essence.

In many cases, warriors who practiced any form of martial arts usually took top-grade pills to enhance their talents. These pills helped them develop their potential and gain more insights about swordsmanship, thus accelerating the process of cultivation.

However, Austin hadn't taken any pills to accomplish what he just had.

He racked his brains to find an explanation, and finally attributed his success to the fact that he was a time traveler, and that his spirit might somehow be e

wordsmanship was like split Mercury; it penetrated everywhere it could reach. And right now, it laid siege on every corner of Austin's soul. They were seared into his very core.

And as Austin practiced, he was gradually able to comprehend the subtle and deep philosophy, the quintessence and ingenuity of the Illusory Swordsmanship through his every movement.

In the yard, numerous sword-lights shot into the sky, making the place look as if shrouded in roiling clouds and mists. The scene resembled a fairyland made for immortals, looking as ethereal as a dream.

Austin had always been an avid cultivator. Once something had his full attention, he would completely lose track of time.

Austin practiced the Illusory Swordsmanship for two days and three nights in a row, without a break for food or sleep.

Warriors at the ninth level of the Energy Gathering Realm were ideally able to sustain themselves without eating and drinking anything for five, six, or even ten days.

This was because when warriors practiced martial arts, they had the ability to absorb the aura of heaven and earth from the surroundings to fuel themselves with energy.

The vital energy within Austin's body was sufficient for him to sustain himself without food or water for several days, without losing any of his vigor.

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