Arriving at the small house, Tang Wulin and Wu Zhangkong saw that the lights were on. They entered the living room, but no one was there to receive them.
“Wait here,” Wu Zhangkong pointed to a chair, then headed for the stairs. “I’m going to find Teacher.”
Despite Wu Zhangkong’s directions, Tang Wulin chose to remain standing. After a short period of waiting, Wu Zhangkong returned with Zhuo Shi. Seeing Tang Wulin, Zhuo Shi’s eyes lit up and he rushed over to his granddisciple. Only, something seemed different. His eyes narrowed as he stared at the boy intently.
“Grandteacher!” Tang Wulin said respectfully.
Zhuo Shi raised a hand, silencing him.
A moment later, his stern expression changed into surprise. “Your blood essence improved so much in just a week? What happened? You had a breakthrough, right?”
“Yes, that’s right,” said Tang Wulin. “The food here is very nourishing. After eating a lot, I discovered that it improves my blood essence. Eating is basically a way for me to cultivate my blood essence.”
Silence descended as Zhuo Shi stood there in shock. He eats to cultivate? I know we’re famous for raising monsters here at Shrek, but I’ve never heard of anything like this before! Food-type soul masters can cultivate by eating, but it’s their soul power that improves, not their blood essence!
Generally, richer blood essence strengthened the body so that it was more suitable for cultivation. However, Tang Wulin’s ridiculously vigorous blood essence had reached the level of becoming a part of his strength.
His miraculous eating cultivation method was definitely one of the strangest cultivation methods at Shrek Academy.
Tang Wulin continued to recount his experiences in the past week. When he reached the part about accepting Feng Wuyu as his teacher, Zhuo Shi’s eyebrows twitched in alarm.
However, immersed in his own story, Tang Wulin did not notice.
It took him a full half-hour to summarize his entire week.
“Not bad. You’ve broken through very quickly, so you can try spirit refining now and truly become a fifth-rank blacksmith. Keep up the good work.” After saying this, Zhuo Shi turned around and went back upstairs.
Tang Wulin stood there with a blank expression. He had expected advice from his grandteacher, but his expectations shattered in the face of reality. To the side, Wu Zhangkong frowned.
“Teacher Wu, Grandteacher, he…” Tang Wulin cast doubtful eyes at Wu Zhangkong.
Wu Zhangkong only shook his head and said, “Follow me. I’ll help you catch up on what you missed in class so you can resume class without any issues tomorrow.”
Tang Wulin followed Wu Zhangkong to his room. Shrek Academy’s teachers covered material at a punishing pace. Missing even a single class would put someone far behind their peers. One of Tang Wulin’s goals today conveniently happened to be catching up on the lectures.
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