Not only had Tang Wulin won... it had been a stomp.
“Was he waiting for this the entire time?”
Even though Xie Xie muttered this under his breath, Shen Yi heard him clearly.
He’s just a thirteen-year-old kid! How could he be so patient? This is just…
Unknown to Shen Yi, Tang Wulin’s second profession was that of a lonesome blacksmith. Since the day he met Mang Tian, his temperament had been taken to the grindstone and continuously sharpened to this very day. He had been forging since he was six years old. Seven years was more than enough to forever alter the life of a person without talent, let alone the peerless blacksmithing prodigy that was Tang Wulin.
Student number ten soon woke up, her eyes instantly moving to stare at Tang Wulin in disbelief. She reflected on the match and how she lost, but no matter how she looked at it, she couldn’t understand how he had snatched victory with his soul power depleted.
What is up with his body? And just what was that purple light in his eyes?
She had fainted in the final moments of the battle, and the snow had obscured everyone else’s line of sight, so no one had clearly seen what happened.
“Next,” Shen Yi said.
Xie Xie and student number two, the slender one, entered the arena at the same time.
Tang Wulin returned to his companions. Not a single word was exchanged as he immediately sat down cross-legged and began meditating using the Mysterious Heaven Method. His opponent had been powerful and had pressured him immensely, draining all of his soul power.
There were two mysterious trials remaining, and although he already had the sixty points required to pass the exam, he still needed enough strength to help his teammates pass them. His number one priority was to have the entire team enter Shrek Academy.
For his sake, his teammates had nearly lost their chance to enter this sacred academy. Although he didn’t say anything about it, such deep loyalty had been engraved upon his heart.
The two combatants burst into action.
Xie Xie charged straight at his opponent. As an agility-type soul master through and through, close-quarters-combat was his only option.
Student number two rushed at Xie Xie as well, his eyes possessing an eerie calm beyond his years.
The gap between the two rapidly closed. In terms of speed, Xie Xie was definitely the victor.
Neither had released their martial soul yet. They were both waiting for an opening.
Their soul rings only appeared when the distance between them had shrunk to a mere ten meters.
Their soul ring configurations were identical: two yellow and one purple. However, the way in which they manifested was completely different.
While Xie Xie now wielded the Light Dragon Dagger, his opponent underwent a monstrous transformation.
The instant their soul rings had appeared, student number two’s slender body swelled with s
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