Ling Wuxie’s eyes went wide when he saw that symbol. Monster Academy! They sure know how to make their students feel special.A look of envy appeared on his face. Tang Wulin will definitely be crushed if his next opponent is a student from Monster Academy.
The golden symbol had fired up the crowd. For people from the Star Luo Empire, Monster Academy had always been their holy land, and always would be.
The participants from Monster Academy didn’t have to compete in the first round of the one-on-ones; it was an age-old privilegethey had earnedby delivering excellent results in each tournament.
As Ling Wuxie was lost in thought, he suddenly spotted what he had beensearching for.
The 163rd match: Su Mu versus Tang Wulin.
And next to Su Mu’s name stood a round golden symbol with a hideous mouth.
What?!As much as Ling Wuxie hated Tang Wulin, he was thunderstruck. Talk about an unlucky streak! His first opponent was me, a one-word battle armor master, and now he has to face a student of Monster Academy!
Each and every participant from Monster Academy is the strongest at their age. And this academy once took all the top eight spots in a tournament. The students there are in a league of their own. Strong as I am, I’d stand no chance against them, not by a long shot.
A malicious satisfaction was aroused in Ling Wuxie; he almost felt sorry for Tang Wulin. Almost.
Serves you right! I bet you won’t even last five minutes.
Due to the large number of contestants, there were several waiting areas. Tang Wulin was in one of them, and he saw what Ling Wuxie had seen.
Xie Xie walked over to him and patted him on the shoulder with a sly smile. “Captain, it turns out I was wronged all along.”
Tang Wulin did not understand. “You were wronged?”
“Yes. I always thought it was my jinxing mouth that always got us in trouble, and I felt so guilty and ashamed. But just now I realized I was wrong, Captain. It’s you who is a bad luck magnet. What are the odds of running into a student of Monster Academy in the second round? One in a thousand?”
Tang Wulin bristled. “Why, thank you for pointing that out.”
“Don’t feel bad about losing to him, Captain. He’s much older,” said Xie Xie.
“You are reallylousy at cheering people up, Xie Xie,” Yue Zhengyu said, pushing him away. “Captain, I’m so sorry. We won’t think any less of you just because you lose a match or two. You can rest assured of that.”
Yuanen Yehui looked at Tang Wulin, shook her head, and didn’t say anything.
Ye Xinglan was standing with her arms crossed. “I wish I couldhave such a worthy opponent as well.”
Xu Lizhi grinned a big stupid grin and looked at his captain with compassion.
Xu Xiaoyan smiled. “Guys, have some faith in our captain.I believe hewon’t lose… too badly.”
Tang Wulin was totally speechless.
He turned to Gu Yue and smiled when she suddenly took hold of his arm. Come on, tell them I
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