The Otherworldly Adventures Of A Super Naive Girl

Mu Ling Bin - 慕凌彬

Chapter 17

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Chapter 17: Arriving at Zhongyong

While Luo Ge tried to figure out Jier’s ident.i.ty, Alan Duo’s two suitors rushed to her aid.

“Let Alan Duo go! To lay your hands on a woman. What kind of shameful man are you!?” one shouted.

“Put Alan Duo down! Or don’t blame us for being rude!” said the other as he brought out a wand.

It would have sounded more persuasive if they didn’t look so intimidated by Jier.

Meanwhile little bun kept his eyes wide open trying not to miss a single thing. What were these people doing? It looked really fun!!

An attendant suddenly appeared in the hallway. He didn’t know how powerful Jier was, but the entire person seemed to be on the verge of igniting as the air around him was abnormally high. He decided to turn a blind eye to the fact that he was holding a girl up by her neck, and instead spoke in slow measured tones.

“Honored guests please stop. Fighting is prohibited on the flying beast. We ask that you observe the rules of carriage.”

Feng Wu didn’t notice he was there until he spoke. In addition there were many others observing at the end of the hallway. They had detected a strong magical fluctuation in the area and had come to find out what was going on.

“I’m sorry. It’s because we were rude. I’ll restrain my people better,” Lou Ge spoke politely. He was conveying his apologies and declaring that he could only control his people and did not have the ability to command anyone not related to him.

Jier frowned, trying to decide whether or not he should give the other party any face. Well I am trying to stay incognito. With that in mind he tossed Alan Duo against the wall, releasing her. So noisy! It made his tooth ache.

Alan Duo, already weak from her fight with Feng Wu vomited a few more mouthfuls of blood before losing consciousness entirely.

“Alan Duo!” the two infatuated boys yelled. They glared at Jier and ran to Alan Duo to check on her injuries.

Mi Li and Yali had also collapsed to the floor but no one had the time or inclination to see to them.

“Sorry.” Jier shrugged. “My hand slipped.” After giving a blatantly insincere apology he still didn’t explain himself.

The attendant instinctively knew that the young man in front of him was not a simple character. As long as he didn’t fall, he would definitely rise up to become someone of renown and of an extraordinary status in the Holy City. Obviously he wasn’t going to hara.s.s someone like that, opting instead to let the matter slide instead.

“If you have personal grudges to resolve, please do so outside of the carriage. The flying beast carriage does not allow the use of force while in the air. Please refrain from doing so again in the future.” After saying so the attendant turned around and left, refusing to investigate the matter any further.

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Jier shrugged and held little bun out to Feng Wu. Tian Ke grinned and gave him a big thumbs up, but Jier didn’t take much notice of it.

Feng Wu and her party returned to the common room and without Alan Duo and her posse bothering them had a very pleasant time for the rest of the trip. In just ten short days they reached Zhongyong- the legendary blessed city.

Zhongyong was full of interesting and important places. For example many guilds were headquartered there: the Adventure Guild, the Magician Guild, the Pharmacist Guild, the Mercenary Guild, and even the head Guild itself.

These guilds were very powerful and had a strong influence in the world. It would upset the power balance of the world if they were to show support for a particular country. So in order to remain neutral they chose to base their headquarters in Zhongyong. Other a.s.sociations and organizations would normally base their headquarters in their home countries.

Once the flying beast carriage landed and they were allowed to disembark, Feng Wu and Tian Ke bade farewell to the group of mercenaries and adventurers they roomed with.

Tian Ke told Feng Wu that his aunt’s name was Tian Yue and that both she and her husband worked at Xingguang Holy Academy. She was an employee at the canteen while he was the head chef in the kitchen. Apparently his cooking skills were pretty good and he was of some renown there.

Xingguang Academy was set to open enrollment in three days. However few people ever pa.s.sed the incredibly difficult entrance exams. Because it was the best dual discipline school on the continent and it was backed by the temple, the enrollment criteria was quite strict.

You needed more than just talent to pa.s.s the a.s.sessment - you needed to have luck and the right character. These last two parts were very mysterious. The only ones who knew anything about it were the residents of Zhongyong and those who had already taken the test. The ones who failed the examination didn’t blab about it and flat out refused to answer any questions when asked. Thus there was a great deal of mystery surrounding the a.s.sessment on character and luck.

The school itself was very easy to find being the biggest and tallest structure around. Architecturally it was also the second most beautiful in the city. Its iconic bell tower was majestic and stunning, pulling the eye irresistibly towards it.

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