“Are you guys even human?” Yue Zhengyu exclaimed, his arrogance shrinking down into a inkling of fear. No matter how conceited he was, he knew that he stood no match against twelve other people.
The Star Luo students walked toward Yue Zhengyu with sinister expressions on their faces.
“P-please wait a minute.” Yue Zhengyu thrust out his hands to act as a barrier. “Hold up! I’ll leave and we can let bygones be bygones, okay?” Before the Star Luo students could stop him, he turned tail and jumped off the deck. At over seventy meters above sea level, an ordinary person might as well have jumped to their death!!
The Star Luo students rushed to where Yue Zhengyu once stood, peeking over the railings. Yue Zhengyu seemed to have completely surrendered himself to free-fall. But before he crashed into the deep, cold sea, they witnessed a magnificent sight. Pure white wings spouted from his back, spreading like snowy fans upon the blue waters. It took a few seconds for the Star Luo students to process what was happening, but by then it was too late to catch Yue Zhengyu. He could fly, and quite fast at that. Coupled with the sight of his four purple soul rings, they knew they had lost their chance to beat him up.
Yue Zhengyu stomped through the long corridor in which Shrek Academy’s group was assigned, the floorboards bending and creaking with his fury. “Damn it! These guys have no loyalty! None at all I swear!” he said, banging on the cabin doors as he passed by them.
Suddenly, one of the doors swung open. Out walked Wu Zhangkong, his expression twisted into a frigid frown. “Who are you talking about?”
“Uh… I was talking about myself!” Without turning back, Yue Zhengyu ran away.
At that moment, Tang Wulin opened his door and stuck his head out just to see Yue Zhengyu’s hurriedly retreating figure. He couldn’t help but chuckle at the sight.What’s with this guy? He’s normally so uptight on campus, but the moment we leave he’s become all crazy. He can’t go a single day without causing trouble!
The cabins that the Star Luo delegation had arranged for them were quite nice. Each was about forty square meters in area, complete with a personal bathroom and a balcony that looked out onto the sea. Basking in the sea breeze and watching the churning of the waves was quite an enjoyable experience.
Tang Wulin had been reluctant to go on this exchange, but now that he was on the ship, he was excited for what was to come. His tense mood loosened as he thought about the marvels he would see.
At noon, the horns were blown three times and the two ships departed from the dock. The ships quickly picked up speed, setting off toward to brave the vast sea.
As the massive ship cut through the water, not swaying in the slightest, Tang Wulin leaned against the railing of his cabin’s balcony and peered out toward the horizon. He took in a deep breath of the aromatic sea air and enjoyed warmth
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