Mu Ye had tailored Tang Wulin’s trial using his deep understanding of the world’s numerous soul beasts and heavenly treasures. The blood he had poured onto Tang Wulin came from the veins of an abyssal demon whale, another lord of the oceans and an age-old enemy of the great white demon sharks.
Abyssal demon whales moved in larger pods, but their overall population was far lower than that of great white demon sharks. Their blood had a particular quality that made it exceedingly difficult to wash off, and when interacting with powerful blood essence, its scent would grow even stronger.
As expected, the shiver of great white demon sharks recognized their natural enemy and would not relent until they were totally annihilated.
Tang Wulin skipped along the surface of the water, occasionally sparing a backwards glance. When he saw the sharks in hot pursuit, the distance between them shrinking, his face contorted in premonition of what they would do to him. He didn’t expect the scent of the blood to linger on him after he had carefully washed it off!
For the sake of survival, Tang Wulin was forced to make a difficult choice: flight or fight.
It was clear that running away would only delay the inevitable. Empty ocean surrounded him as far as the eye could see. Caught in the middle of the large expanse of water, there was no way he could outrun sharks. There was no escape.
His only chance at survival was to fight! As long as he killed all the sharks, he would be able to survive! Tang Wulin resolved himself to make his stand. His eyes flashed purple and he immediately had a count of how many sharks there were. Of how many he had to slaughter. Forty-seven in total, excluding one he ripped apart earlier. The shark at the head of the shiver was over ten meters long, body glistening with silver. It was likely a ten-thousand-year great white demon shark and his greatest threat.
If he were on land, Tang Wulin wouldn’t fear facing tens of thousand-year soul beasts alone. But it was a different story in the ocean, especially since this was a ten-thousand-year soul beast.
I have to go all in!Tang Wulin’s eyes shone. He sucked in a deep breath then threw out his right arm. A mass of yellow shot out from his storage ring to form his yellow-grade mecha.
Tang Wulin spared a glance at the impassive Mu Ye watching from high in the sky before he whipped his bluesilver grass into the water, propelling himself into his mecha. The lights on the mecha instantly lit up and the jets on its back spewed out flames, blasting it in flight.
The sharks lost Tang Wulin’s scent as he climbed the sky and their pursuit slowed. However, Mu Ye appeared in front of Tang Wulin’s mecha in a flicker while in his own. “Come out. Or do you want me to destroy your mecha and throw you back down?” He did not take kindly to Tang Wulin’s tendency to bend the rules and exploit loopholes.
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