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   Chapter 535 An Invitation From Jasper

The Legend of Innate Mage By Hua Luo Wei Yao Characters: 10952

Updated: 2019-11-18 00:12

The young man who found his own way into the cave looked both dashing and handsome. He had a slim yet masculine body with a demeanor that reeked of confidence and majesty. He was none other than the first inner disciple of the Oriental College—Jasper.

"I don't think it was polite to just break into other people's cave like this. Wouldn't you agree, Jasper?" Ricky asked slowly. He was clearly a bit annoyed when he saw that Jasper just came in without his permission.

"Ha-ha, you need to relax, dude. I've long gotten used to entering places of people whose levels are lower than mine like this. I think a simple greeting should be more than enough. It's like what they always say, old habits die hard," Jasper answered. He had of course noticed that he had annoyed Ricky with what he did, but he just pretended that he hadn't and talked back with a cheeky grin on his face.

"Oh, I see. But what if, in return, someone who is stronger than you breaks into your place? What will your old habit say to that?" Ricky asked again, this time with a tone that dripped with more sarcasm.

"You can be sure that I will be pissed off as well. But that would not change anything because I will continue to work hard, level myself up, and soon leave him in the dust. Whoever's stronger than me that comes to shove it on my face will be beaten up sooner or later, I promise you that," Jasper replied with a big bright smile on his face as if what he had just said was a bunch of kind words.

"Wow, that's a great idea. I never really thought of that. Thank you for bringing up," Ricky said as he nodded after hearing his words. He might still have a relatively bad impression about Jasper, but he relented a bit.

When the tension was released from the atmosphere, Soar and the others took the chance to size Jasper up. They too had heard about Jasper's name quite often, and it had made them quite curious what this peerless genius was actually like.

"So tell me, what brings you here today? If you're looking for some target practice, I'm afraid that I'm not qualified to sustain even a single round of your attacks right now," Ricky told him without hesitation.

He and Jasper had met only for a limited number of times, so he didn't think that they were familiar enough for him to drop by and just say hello. Something was definitely waiting for him after these formalities, and he would prefer if they just went straight to the point.

"No. No. No. You don't have to worry about that. I didn't come here to fight. I just wanted to ask if you would like to join my group in our daily training." Jasper gave a straightforward answer as he smiled.

"Your group? In your daily training?" Ricky repeated with a bit of confusion in his voice. Why would Jasper suddenly make such an offer?

If he wasn't mistaken, Jasper was one of the best among all the upper spiritual kings, while he himself was barely a middle spiritual king, which meant that there was still a huge gap between them. What role would an ant play in a game full of elephants? Ricky just couldn't figure out why Jasper would choose him.

"In fact, I was only planning on making a team of two for this training. But as soon as I came back, I heard news about an ace genius who had defeated Ray. It i


Specifically, each Glazed Fruit had its own level, from the first to the ninth with its power growing with the levels. The fourth-level Glazed Fruit was the kind of Treasure from Heaven and Earth that suited a spiritual king.

"It looks to me that those two kinds of fruits have really intrigued you," Jasper said with a knowing smile after seeing Ricky's brightened face.

"You've seen right through me. Honestly, even if I'm not a greedy man in nature, I won't be able to resist the temptation of these valuable Treasures from Heaven and Earth," Ricky came back to earth and said. "Besides, I don't think you can, can you? You won't mention them with sparkling eyes otherwise."

"Ha-ha! You got me. Of course I do, and I might even be more desperate to find them than you," Jasper admitted without hesitation. "In any case, if the Enlightening Fruit could really help a spiritual king get a large amount of enlightening power in a short time, how could anyone ever resist the temptation? It's just plain impossible.

Similarly, if a fourth-level Glazed Fruit could boost a spiritual king's cultivation and help him make breakthroughs without taking any risks, how could anyone ever refuse the opportunity?"

"Thank you for giving me this chance, Jasper. We would be happy to join your training group," Ricky then said as he bowed slightly.

"Not at all. In fact, you will know about them soon enough even if I didn't come and tell you today. News like this travels fast and eventually, all the creatures in the Eastern Realm of Wildness will begin to talk about them," Jasper said as he shook his head.

"So, my real purpose of asking you to join me is that I want to dig out another thing in the Lands of Legacy there, and I want to do it with you," Jasper said as he lowered his voice once again.

"Oh? What would that be?" Ricky inquired immediately.

Amazement and anticipation were written on his and Soar's faces as the second secret was about to be revealed. From the wickedness in Jasper's eyes, they could tell that the thing he was about to introduce was something more precious than the Enlightening Fruit or the fourth-level Glazed Fruit.

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