“Divine Dragon Transformation?” The referee cracked a bitter smile. “Fine. You win.”
Tang Wulin grinned. He waved at the silent audience, who were too stunned to make a peep. Then with a smirk, he moved a finger to his lips and shushed them.
Xie Xie nudged Tang Wulin as he supported his captain, urging him to make their getaway. If not, then they would soon be drenched in a rain of spit. He paused to readjust his grip on Tang Wulin. “You really are a glutton.”
Tang Wulin looked at him, confused. “What do you mean?”
Rolling his eyes, Xie Xie said, “You’re so heavy. Isn’t it obvious?”
Silent, Tang Wulin brought a hand to his belly, patting and prodding the flesh. Xie Xie rolled his eyes again at the sight.
Finished with his inspection, Tang Wulin glanced at Gu Yue. Her eyes were closed, and she was only standing thanks to Xu Xiaoyan’s support.
He leaned toward Gu Yue, speaking softly into her ear. “Is the skill really called the Divine Dragon Transformation? Or did you just come up with that name?”
Her eyes burst open. She stared into his own, whispering, “Divine Dragon Transformation. The first transformation is Divine Dragon Awakens.”
“Is there a second transformation?” Tang Wulin asked, eyes wide.
“Yes. Divine Dragon’s Nine Transformations.” Though weak, her voice carried a forceful edge.
A shiver ran down Tang Wulin’s spine. But he was too exhausted to pursue the topic any further.
Imperial Sun Moon Academy’s staff and students alike watched as the six left the premises, faces pinched in conflict. No matter how prideful they might be, they couldn’t deny the strength of the Shrek Academy students. In a six versus six battle, despite having three Soul Ancestors and two soul fusion skills, their team still suffered a total defeat.
The words from the megaphone rang true: today they were shown the gap in strength between Shrek Academy and themselves.
Tang Wulin and his friends stumbled out of the elevator, arms flailing and elbows jutting into each other. They were in a hurry to leave the Imperial Sun Moon Academy.
The moment they crossed the gates, they were startled by an impenetrable crowd. They knew Bright City was highly populated, but this went beyond their imagination.
The match had been broadcasted to every household and public television in all of Bright City. Countless people had watched the entire match with bated breath, on the edge of their seats. Now many of them were coming to see the victors with their own eyes.
Tang Wulin stuffed a pork bun into his mouth and took a deep breath. He gritted his teeth. He couldn’t fall unconscious now. Gu Yue, on the other hand, didn’t seem to carry that same goal, eyes shut tight. Whether she was awake or not was anyone’s guess.
It’d be great if we had a car right now!Tang Wulin rubbed his forehead. Unfortunately for them, they had abandoned their car on the
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