Birth of the Demonic Sword


Chapter 869 869. Suggestion

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Noah didn't forget about the Odrea nation and its Mausoleum. Actually, he was interested in the nature of that place.

At first, he had learnt to accept it as a training area that the Empire used to skim its army. The official story was that a rival of the G.o.d of the Empire had lost the race to the divine ranks. That made the entire nation suffer from that.

Yet, that was just the knowledge pa.s.sed down by human cultivators. The records retrieved in the Mortal Palace had shown some discrepancies in that story.

The Odrea nation would have been in that state for more than thirty thousand years if both stories were true, which was something than Noah found it hard to believe. An organization made only of a few thousand human cultivators couldn't have lasted so much.

There was some secret there. Still, the presence of the G.o.d of the Empire had forced the few curious experts to give up on its exploration.

However, the G.o.d had disappeared for more than ten years, and the rumors had started to spread again.

It wasn't a case that Faith had thought about the Odrea nation when she understood the struggles that Noah was facing during his experiments. There weren't many cultivators aware of the existence of the Mausoleum, but most of them could link that country with the G.o.d of the Empire.

Anything related to a divine ent.i.ty would be priceless for heroic cultivators, and entire organizations would be willing to fight wars for them. Nevertheless, Faith knew about that training area because June told her almost everything about her time with Noah.

That gave her the idea that the solution to Noah's issue could be inside one of the training areas meant for heroic cultivators. After all, it was more than evident that he needed all the help that he could get in that project.

Even June had admitted that she had required Noah's help to succeed in that secret project. That alone was the proof that he would have a hard time too.

Truth to be told, Noah didn't want to return to the Mausoleum just yet. Its last layer was an area meant for rank 6 cultivators according to Lisa's story, which said that he couldn't explore the entire structure at his current level.

Also, he had just come out of a long series of improvements since the war had allowed him to express his individuality a lot. Once he completed the matter with the higher energy, he would have to dive into other projects that concerned his power as a whole.

However, four years of testing didn't lead him anywhere, and he could only find the reasons behind his failures even if he used the Divine Deduction technique. The actual procedure was still vague in his mind, and he could only test more approaches to find it in his current situation.

'The end of the fifth layer should feature laws since they are a core part of that rank,' Noah thought as he evaluated Faith's suggestion. 'Understanding more about that world can only benefit all my projects and my individuality.'

The idea that he had suppressed in his mind for so long began to take form.

Just a few minutes ago, there were only thoughts concerning the higher energy there. Still, Noah began to believe that the Mausoleum could improve the state of his experiments as he weighed all the pros and cons.

Also, the only other choice was to keep testing blindly, hoping that he would find a direction to pursue soon.

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June showed an ugly expression at Faith's words.

The Hive, the Elbas family, and the Council were at peace. None of them would dare to betray one of its allies because the weaker side could pair up with the Empire if the situation were too dire.

That would balance the forces of those Mortal Lands again and waste the a.s.sets sacrificed during the war.

Yet, a sudden lack of manpower would inevitably affect their growth. If Noah were to leave, the Hive would gain far less from the neutral city, and it would see its other projects slowing down to make up for the loss of one of its most powerful a.s.sets.

There wasn't a real solution to that problem either since the Hive didn't have as many rank 5 cultivators as the other forces.

Noah picked his inscribed notebook and began to send a series of mental messages to the other Elders at that point.

He had never cared about politics, nor bothered to learn how to run an organization. So, he had to rely on the Elders' judgment to see if that was the best moment when starting another mission.

Also, he didn't mind spending other years in Divine Market city. He was improving anyway. The Mausoleum was just an idea that was worth testing, but it wasn't an essential part of his training.

Elder Julia answered after a few minutes, and her words resounded in Noah's mind. "It's not an issue to replace you and Daniel in a few years. The Hive has obtained only barren territories, and the other rank 4 Elders are enough to handle them. Though, you might want to make it an official mission. It's better to involve the other nations in this particular period."

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