At a time when he was still a low-level demonic being, he met a person who he would never forget in this lifetime.
That man sat up top, and casually smiled, “Quite interesting, make it him then.”
From the battlefield, he underwent a sudden transformation, and became the Demon Lord’s slave. After arriving at the Demon Palace, it was unlike how he imagined it to be- the inside was a bit quiet, with not much life to it.
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A body of demon blood was an effective tool at temptation. A low-level demonic being from somewhere slobbered over his blood, in hopes to be able to help rise its own power through the consumption.
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Behind Chang Ge’s back, he secretly learned the demon realm’s techniques. He didn’t know whether or not he was being affected by the techniques, but he found that he could not control himself more and more, and began to find wreaking havoc as a form of enjoyment. At the start, it was with the flowers and grass, then demons and spirits in the later stages, and finally, even people.
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Chu Ze Yao felt he was going to go crazy.
On one side, he hoped that Chang Ge would not perceive that he went to demon realm to cultivate, yet on the other hand, he also hoped that the other person would be able to pay attention to him.
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He didn’t know if it was his own wrong impression, but Chu Ze Yao felt that ever since he came out of the blood pool, the entire being had become taller, his pair of normal eyes had a slight hint of bloodiness, and that it became a bit more easier to break into a rage.
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Chang Ge taught him many, many skills and principles, yet never taught him his most pleasing craft. Every time this person carved a wooden figure, he would have the extremest of patience. Once he sat down, he would be able to sit for an entire day, and finely polish his own most pleasing work.
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This is the last story of the novel! As the author has also commented, this is more like an extra, considering that the previous/main stories have been about the love triangle between Shen Qing Yi/Jiang Zi Yu/Chang Ge.
The young child’s face was all dirty. Behind him, the wave of heat scorched his back, and he raised his head to look at the bright and clear youth in front of him. On the waist of the other person hung a folding fan, the clean and good-looking hand lowered down and was placed in front of him, and they softly asked, “If you are willing to come with me, I will protect you without any worries.”
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During the long period of time, Chang Ge tried out methods of pulling out the soul. He wanted the part of the soul interlaced with Wang Rui stripped, and after that, be able to possess his teacher in his entirety.
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While hiding from Heaven’s eyes, the days of waiting for reincarnation were bound to be solitary. He always maintained a habit of travelling all around, and then sitting by himself in Shen Qing Yi’s palace, not knowing who he was talking to about all that he saw and heard either.
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Everyone said that the god was fickle and apathetic. In the beginning, Chang Ge did not think that was true, but today, when he took a look after knowing the truth, it was most certainly like that.
Long since his state of mind was unstable and after he was injured, he didn’t know if it was because the person who invoked the spell disappeared, or if Heaven was to bring retribution to him, but the originally alternated life destiny gradually changed back. Don’t mention the Teacher who often paid attention to him, even he himself could foretell his constellation was obscure, that the day was gradually coming down [for him].
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