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Chapter 190: Another Bright Future!

Sacred Lord Hongyi sighed. “Sigh, it’s such a pity for the Xing Hong Sect. There’s nothing I can do.”

Sacred Lord Brahma looked pained. He lowered his head and didn’t say anything.

Sacred Lord Hongyi seemed to have thought of something. He hesitated for a moment and asked,

“Lord Xinghe, is the Senior Liu You mentioned really capable of dealing with the successor of the Heavenly Demon Sect?”

“Let me put it bluntly. This matter concerns the safety of the entire Southern Territory’s cultivation world and is not a child’s play. If you misjudge, you might become the eternal sinner of the Southern Territory.”

Sacred Lord Brahma glared at Sacred Lord Hongyi and said indifferently, “With your personality, it’s useless no matter what you say. When you see that Senior Liu, you’ll understand everything.”

Sacred Lord Hongyi’s brows were tightly furrowed.

Since Sacred Lord Brahma had already said so much, it wasn’t appropriate for him to ask.

The two of them remained silent.

This matter was rather heavy, so it was best to treat their injuries as soon as possible.

Just as they were about to see Mount Taiyin, the huge bird beneath them suddenly slowed down, nearly causing the two Sacred Lords to fall off their wings.

The huge bird that was carrying them seemed to have encountered a terrifying existence. It cried out a few times aggrievedly and stopped moving forward. It even seemed like it was going to retreat.

Sacred Lord Hongyi was puzzled. “What’s going on?”

Sacred Lord Hongyi urged the huge bird many times, but the huge bird only whimpered pitifully.

“Strange. This is an ancient strange species left behind by the Ancient Immortal Bird of Hong Yi Holy Land. What kind of existence could cause it to be so frightened?”

Sacred Lord Brahma let out a long breath and stood up from the back of the big bird.

“Your injuries should have recovered a bit. Let’s fly over by ourselves. There’s no need to make things difficult for it.”

Sacred Lord Hongyi was stunned. “What?!” Then, he quickly reacted. “Does Lord Xinghe know some secret information?”

Sacred Lord Brahma looked in the direction of the Mount Taiyin and said to the puzzled Sacred Lord Hongyi, “Because there’s a phoenix resting in that Senior’s residence.”

“What did you say? A phoenix!?”

Sacred Lord Hongyi’s eyes widened and he was dumbfounded.

There was actually a phoenix resting in that Senior’s residence. Then, what a terrifying existence that Senior must be.

“Miss Yuyan, have you remembered?”

Liu Changgong gently stroked the strings of his zither. His gaze was gentle as he asked calmly.

When w.a.n.g Yuyan heard Liu Changgong’s words, she finally walked out of that state where she was still unsatisfied. She hurriedly nodded.

“This Junior will remember it. Thank you for your guidance, Senior. I’ve really gained a lot.”

Liu Changgong smiled and nodded.

w.a.n.g Yuyan’s temperament was very different from Yu Hongye’s.

Yu Hongye was the type of person who was sly and eccentric, while w.a.n.g Yuyan was the type of person who was like a little bird and a little person.

Liu Changgong felt that it was a great achievement to have a fairy like w.a.n.g Yuyan consult him like a student.

That fairy might have looked down on many talented cultivators, but she was fond of a mortal like him.

Unfortunately, the zither that Qi’er brought out for him today was very solemn. The music of the zither was like a waterfall rushing down from a mountain stream, and it was not very suitable for the music that w.a.n.g Yuyan played.

w.a.n.g Yuyan was still immersed in the huge shock of ‘Senior Liu has two immortal zithers’ and did not recover from it. In fact, she did not pay much attention to Liu Changgong’s performance at all.

She lowered her head in shame, but suddenly received a message.

w.a.n.g Yuyan was shocked when she saw it.

“Senior…”

Liu Changgong looked at w.a.n.g Yuyan’s hesitant expression and said worriedly, “Did something happen?”

w.a.n.g Yuyan nodded crazily like a chicken pecking at rice.

She had just been informed. Her Master, Sacred Lord Brahma, and Sacred Lord Hongyi had been severely injured when they were annihilating the Heavenly Demon Sect’s successor. Fortunately, they weren’t in mortal danger.

The two Sacred Lords were on their way to Mount Taiyin. She wanted to tell Senior Liu about this, but she remembered that Senior Liu had reminded them not to worry. Everything was under Senior Liu’s control.

Her Master, Sacred Lord Brahma, and Sacred Lord Hongyi had gone up against the Heavenly Demon Sect’s disciple without permission and tried to finish him off. In the end, they had suffered heavy injuries.

If she told Senior Liu about this matter, not only would Senior Liu not understand, but it would also make Senior Liu unhappy.

w.a.n.g Yuyan was conflicted.

Liu Changgong looked at w.a.n.g Yuyan’s anxious appearance and guessed in his heart.

‘This w.a.n.g Yuyan must have some private matter to deal with. She was in a hurry to leave, but she was too embarra.s.sed to say that she was leaving.’

Liu Changgong took the initiative to say, “Don’t mind it. If you have something to do now, you can just leave.”

Liu Changgong comforted her. “Don’t panic in the face of trouble. Calm down. The willows are bright again.”

When w.a.n.g Yuyan heard Liu Changgong’s words, her eyes lit up.

This was Senior Liu’s hint!

By saying this, Senior Liu was definitely hinting that she didn’t need to worry. He already knew and would handle it.

w.a.n.g Yuyan bowed and said, “Thank you for your guidance, Senior. Yuyan understands.”

Liu Changgong smiled and nodded.

It seemed that although w.a.n.g Yuyan was a cultivator, she was essentially a woman. When she encountered some difficult problems, she would panic.

Liu Changgong thought that his consolation was just right.

Although it might not have any effect, it would certainly make w.a.n.g Yuyan’s favorable impression of him rise.

After sending w.a.n.g Yuyan and the others away, Liu Changgong let go of the house. Then, he took the little white fox out to buy some necessities.

Originally, only Liu Changgong needed to eat.

The little fox in the small courtyard, Su Yue, Qi’er, Xia’er, and Yu Hongye, who often came to visit, were all cultivators. They had long reached the state of fasting. At most, they drank tea and did not need to eat the grains of the Mortal World.

However, after taking in Lou Hongzhi, Lou Hongzhi, that hothead, insisted on experiencing the life of a mortal like him, eating the grains of the mortal world.

Liu Changgong was very helpless.

‘d.a.m.n it.’

‘Am I experiencing the life of a mortal?’

‘I am a mortal. If I don’t eat, do I drink dew all day like that broken bird?’

Although Liu Changgong did not understand why Lou Hongzhi always shamelessly freeloaded at his place, and occasionally flattered him by saying that his food had ‘Dao charm’, but after all, he had paid the tuition fees, so it was not convenient to chase him away.

When Jianglu and Lou Hongzhi came back, perhaps Jianglu would also be as shameless as Lou Hongzhi to freeload.

After all, there was a precedent.

Previously, Jianglu looked quite refined, but he did not expect him to kneel down and acknowledge him as a master like Lou Hongzhi.

So, Liu Changgong had to prepare more food.

Liu Changgong took the little white fox out of the door, and then followed the road in front of his small shop to the winding path leading to the secluded place.

The deeper he went into the neighborhood, the more confused Liu Changgong became.

Before this, the lunar market was still very lively. The traffic was so noisy that even chickens and dogs could hear each other, and the gate was bustling with activity.

Why did it become so bleak now?

Most of the shops were closed, and only a small number of them were still open. There weren’t many people on the street, and occasionally, a few cultivators would appear. They also seemed to be in a hurry.

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