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   Chapter 2016 The Cruel Competition In The Schools

Rebirth of Martial God By Wo Chi Mian Bao Characters: 7722

Updated: 2020-01-31 11:09


Kimberly left the practicing cave with her four followers. On the peak of the mountain, there were huts designated for the four followers.

A separate residence was given to Kimberly. It was an elegant building with two floors and was made of rare, exquisite woods.

After everyone had settled down, Kimberly summoned her four followers and gave a speech.

"I have something very important to tell you.

Every disciple of the Blue Dragon School was assigned his or her own training place, which is a mountain.

Within ten miles around the mountain is a private territory.

Every disciple should plant their own spiritual herb fields and superior herb fields within the territory. They can also breed some special spiritual birds or spiritual beasts. All these resources are their cultivation resources.

However, the competition between the disciples is fierce.

Most often than not, many disciples will resort to all kinds of tricks and cheating to steal all the spiritual herbs, superior herbs, spiritual birds, and spiritual beasts once the other disciples are in secluded cultivation.

Therefore, every disciple has to have their own followers to protect their territory.

The same situation also applied to the other three schools.

The way for the four schools to train disciples is cruel. That is why it is not for the weak-hearted. Competition is the key to their training, and these include all kinds of competitions!

Of course, they do not allow the disciples to kill each other. The top managers of the schools seldom intervene when a disciple is being bullied by other disciples. This is a part of the training.

This is how the four schools train their disciples.

It is harsh and unpleasant. As soon as you enter the school, you will face relentless training and competition!"

Kimberly's face was expressionless as she spoke to her four followers.

"There is one more thing you have to remember.

Disciples are not allowed to kill each other, but the rule does not include the followers.

If a follower is killed, the schools will not be held responsible or investigate it,"

she added.

Except for Austin, three of the four followers including a young man and two women trembled in fear.

All the while they thought they had entered a sac

ivation resources for their disciples, let alone the training and more valuable resources the four schools could provide.

Boom!

Suddenly, a loud fighting sound was heard near the peak. Austin heard a powerful blast and could feel strong vital energy forces around him.

"How dare you! Who are you?

Who gave you the right to trespass into Princess Kimberly's private land?"

someone shouted. Austin recognized that the voice was from the male follower of Kimberly.

"Humph! It's not a big deal. Just let that foolish Martin Xiao get out and die!"

another disciple yelled at the foot of the mountain.

"Oh, they are here for me?"

Austin was stunned.

He moved quickly and arrived at the foot of the mountain in an instant.

Kimberly's three other followers, a man and two women, were obviously injured. Blood trickled from the corners of their mouths, and they looked terrified.

Across them were seven strangers. They all looked arrogant and sneered at the three followers.

"What happened?"

Austin asked the three followers who were hurt.

"It's all because of you. They were all looking for you!

Martin, I did not expect that you would cause trouble for Princess Kimberly as long as you are here,"

the tall, thin young male follower of Kimberly complained to Austin.

"You are a fucking loser, Martin!

Get back with us to our place and apologize to Miss Belinda!"

one of the men shouted at Austin arrogantly.

'It was Belinda again!'

Austin's eyes grew cold and dangerous.

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