As such, Tang Wulin didn't dare to trust the Spirit Pagoda, and he was even more reluctant to reveal his identity as it was simply far too sensitive.
He was the leader of the current generation of Shrek's Seven Monsters; if the Holy Spirit Cult were to be made aware of the fact that he was still alive, he'd definitely become one of the top targets on their hit list.
As such, if he wanted to survive, then he had to do everything in his power to protect himself.
However, the embankment was virtually completely impregnable; how were they supposed to escape from this place? This was undoubtedly going to be far more difficult than infiltrating the Northsea Legion base.
If they couldn't bypass the light barrier in the air, then perhaps they could go underground? The thought only occurred to Tang Wulin for a brief moment before he discarded it. There was no lack of soul beasts that were able to plow deep into the ground, so the Spirit Pagoda had to have defensive measures in place for that as well.
There really seemed to be no way to get out of this place.
Gu Yue was resting against Tang Wulin's body without a care in the world.
Tang Wulin asked, "Gu Yue, can you show me your storage bracelet for a moment?"
There was an intricate silver bracelet on her wrist, embedded upon which was a transparent gem. It was undoubtedly the case that a soul array of an extremely high caliber had to have been carved into the gem.
Gu Yue extended her wrist toward him as requested.
Tang Wulin's heart suddenly clenched up at the sight of her hand. Ever since they'd confirmed their relationship as lovers during the Sea God Fate Match-making Convention, he'd never even given her a present.
He pulled out a piece of metal from his own storage ring. This was a silver-white piece of metal that was gently pulsating in a rhythmic manner as if it were a living being.
Tang Wulin pinched the piece of metal with his right hand, and a startling scene unfolded; he managed to pluck off a portion of the piece as if it were soft clay.
His right golden dragon claws sprang forth, and after some careful carving, a silver ring soon appeared in his hand.
He placed the ring onto the middle finger of Gu Yue's left hand with a smile on his face. "The middle finger represents passion and love. This is the first piece of soul refined metal that I've forged, so it holds significant meaning to me. There are no arrays carved into it, but it represents my love for you. Do you like it, Gu Yue?"
There were no special patterns on the ring aside from a pair of interlocked hearts.
Tang Wulin was a brilliant blacksmith, but his carving skills were quite ordinary. The only thing of value he had in his possession was this piece of soul refined metal, but it didn't have any arrays carved
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