Author’s Note: Apparently, I can’t count so I scheduled two chapters on Patreon instead of one. Since its online anyway … just have the second one here too 😉
Yun Bei Fen forced himself to calm down and listen to Sect Master Zhang when he got the confirmation of his Master. He had to make sure he understood everything clearly. He definitely couldn’t leave senior martial brother Mei with a bad impression!
The mission turned out to be quite simple to understand anyway. Basically, they would just travel to the border region and set up camp there. After that, it would be their responsibility to patrol the area daily and eliminate every heretic practitioner they happened upon. If they managed to extract information regarding the demonic sects’ plans from them, it would be even better. Continue reading
Nie Chang raised his brows? “Experience tasks?”
“Yes, yes! Don’t you remember? When I leveled up earlier, the system said I would get some experience statistics so everything we do together will give me experience points! Ah, how could I forget about this?!” Su Yan who had almost been crying right now started laughing.
Getting back home would be so easy! There had been a lot of things they hadn’t experienced yet. They would just need to go through the list and then he would reach the next level and they could go home. And the system had even promised that he would get more experience points the more important the milestone was for their relationship so there should be some that would get him a lot of experience. Maybe doing two or three of those would be enough to advance. Continue reading
Qiu Ling ran out of the door and toward where he felt his beloved’s presence. He finally saw Jing Yi at the edge of a bamboo grove. The sleeves of his white robe were fluttering in the wind and his black hair swaying in the breeze behind his back. With the desolate air about him, he looked surprisingly much like Jing He.
Qiu Ling accelerated his steps and just like Jinde had said he wrapped Jing Yi into his arms. Ah, it seemed he had forgotten to call out to him before! Well, it should still be effective to do it now. Continue reading
Back in the Yun Zou Sect, Leng Jin Yu took a deep breath. He wouldn’t respond to that. He would just ignore it and get back to the point. “Longjun.”
“Don’t Longjun me! Isn’t it true?!”
“You’re not even listening to me!”
Qiu Ling wanted to interrupt again when he noticed that Jing Yi had stopped struggling in his arms and had instead turned especially still. He looked down only to find his beloved stare at his lapel with a contemplative gaze. Qiu Ling drew his brows together and tried looking at his robe. Uh … It seemed normal? Continue reading
Yun Bei Fen looked at his Master for help who rolled his eyes in return.
This was what happened if you only ever paid attention to one person in the sect! You can’t even remember the head disciples of the other Elders. If this was the disciple of somebody else, I would look down on them!
Well, since this was his cute little disciple he naturally couldn’t stand back and watch him humiliate himself. He stepped forward to remind the brat in front of them that he was still there too. “Yang Wu Huang, how nice of you to come over and offer Fen’er some advice.”
“Ah, Elder Baili.” Yang Wu Huang hurriedly cupped his fists. “This one came over to greet you and your disciple. I heard that junior martial brother Yun was in closed-door cultivation for a long time. He has probably attained the next level. If there is anything I can help with, please let me know.” Continue reading
Su Yan’s expression fell. So they might be trapped here for several days? This wasn’t good! He wanted to go home! He wanted to eat Nie Chang’s food and sleep in his own bed and call his mother and continue writing his story … He didn’t want to be trapped here for who-knew-how-long!
He looked at his boyfriend pitifully, asking to be consoled.
Nie Chang’s bad conscience stirred. Maybe he shouldn’t have been so harsh? He could just have pretended that Su Yan would reach the next level soon and that they would be able to return at the drop of a hat. That way Su Yan probably wouldn’t have thought about it. Now he was going to be depressed because he knew. Well, as long as he didn’t find a way to console him, that was. Continue reading
While the men inside the house were still confronting each other, another person outside leaned against the trunk of a tree not far from it and took out something that looked like a black mirror. He imbued some spiritual energy and a handsome face appeared on the black surface.
“What is it?”
“Something happened and I thought you’d like to know about it.”
“Oh? I thought that Zhong Jing Yi and his lover had left?”
“Mn, I thought so too but the two of them returned just now. Other than that, two other people came to the sect. They were looking quite strange. One of them had light-colored hair while the other’s was red. They were standing in front of the door to senior martial brother Yu’s house.” Continue reading
The two people leaning over the rim of the tub froze with their lips just a hair’s breadth apart. They looked at each other and turned to the door in unison only to see Qiu Ling with Jing Yi on his arms staring unabashedly at them, taking in the whole scene.
Qiu Ling blinked when he felt that he had seen enough. “Is this some kind of weird foreplay? Have you started yet? If not, then wait for a while and help me first. Jing He’s soul is cracked. I need a way to repair it. It shouldn’t be painful though. Oh, and I want one that will really heal everything. You should know one, shouldn’t you?”
Leng Jin Yu’s lips twitched. Suddenly, he seemed to understand what Jinde had meant when he called Longjun a bear child. This guy had no decency at all! Couldn’t he see that Jinde was still naked?! Continue reading
Yun Bei Fen was reassured now that the prophetic owl had spoken. It seemed nothing had happened to his senior martial brother Mei. In that case … he should go and ask his first senior martial brother what that ‘unromantic’ meant.
The little bunny skipped over the meadow and to a third house. On the free plain behind it, a person could be seen whirling about with a sword in hand. Yun Bei Fen ran over on his short legs and stared at the person unblinking.
Finally, the man stopped. He continued to hold his sword in front of him before slowly standing up and lowering it. He turned to Yun Bei Fen and looked at him wordlessly.
Yun Bei Fen rushed over and looked at his big senior martial brother with bright eyes. “First senior martial brother, I have a question!” Continue reading
The system didn’t react to Su Yan’s accusation, making a certain someone even angrier in return. Nie Chang hurriedly grabbed him by the wrist and pulled him into his arms before he could do something that might strand them in the novel forever.
“Alright, alright. The system didn’t treat you nicely. But let’s not forget why we’re here, yes?”
“We’re here because the dumb thing didn’t warn us and just threw us into my novel!” Su Yan pouted. He really wanted to scratch that stupid mirror!
“That’s true. You’re naturally right, darling. But we still need the system to get back, right? So wait with your revenge until we’re on earth again, alright?”
Su Yan took back the hands that had tried to grab onto the mirror. Alright. He could accept that reason. He wasn’t happy with it but he could wait at least that long. “Then you talk to it. I don’t want to speak with the stupid thing. Hmph.” Continue reading