Tang Wulin sighed as he packed what he needed for the next month’s stay at the workshop.
“Wulin,” a familiar voice called out.
Wu Zhangkong stood in the hallway, patiently waiting for Tang Wulin.
“What plans do you have for your vacation?” Wu Zhangkong stoically asked.
Somewhat at a loss, Tang Wulin shook his head. “I don’t really have any plans yet. I figured I’d just focus on forging and cultivating.”
Thinking it over, Wu Zhangkong set out a proposal. “Since you don’t have any plans, how about you come with me? I’m visiting another city in order to take care of some business. If you come along, you’ll be able to learn more about the world outside of school and relax at the same time.”
“Huh?” Tang Wulin stared at Wu Zhangkong in astonishment.
Wu Zhangkong considerately asked, “Do you want some time to think it over?”
Tang Wulin quickly shook his head. “No, I’ll go with you.” In that split-second, his mood brightened up from his previous lonely depression. I wonder where Teacher Wu will be taking me?
Since Wu Zhangkong didn’t say, Tang Wulin didn’t bother to ask.
A short hour later, they were waiting for the train at Eastsea City’s soul train station.
As usual, Wu Zhangkong was clothed in his white garbs and carried no luggage. Clearly, he possessed a soul storage device similar to Tang Wulin’s. As for Tang Wulin, he had packed lightly, only bringing along a few sets of clothes and his two forging hammers.
The white-clad Wu Zhangkong caught the attention of many women in the train station. Regardless of their age, their eyes would naturally drift to Wu Zhangkong. Surprisingly enough, there were quite a few younger girls who chose to eye Tang Wulin instead.
Tang Wulin’s appeal was different from that of the mature and handsome Wu Zhangkong’s. His large, limpid eyes as well as the calm aura that was beyond his years easily drew the gazes of girls around his age.
Today, Tang Wulin wore white sportswear that he had purchased himself. They were the cheapest of the cheapest clothes he could find. Though he was in no way hurting for money right now, his frugal nature wasn’t something he could easily change. He couldn’t even imagine what kind of high-quality materials Wu Zhangkong’s white robe was made of.
After spending a semester together, it was clear to Tang Wulin that Wu Zhangkong liked silence, so as long as Wu Zhangkong didn’t say anything to him, he didn’t try to engage him in conversation either. He was resolved to be a quiet and well-behaved child.
The train’s arrival was preceded by a low, rumbling noise. At the sight of the train they were to take, Tang Wulin finally realized their destination.
They were headed toward Heaven Dou City.
Heaven Dou City? Didn’t that use to be the capital of the Heaven Dou Empire? It was a large metropolis that could still be considered one of the greates
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