"Argh!" A loud cry rang out as Tang Wulin sat bolt upright, giving Gu Yue a massive fright in the process.
"Father! Father!" Gu Yue hurriedly grabbed onto his hand.
Tang Wulin panted heavily as he quickly inspected his surroundings.
They were still in the same forest, but the Demonic Infernal Dragon Monarch had already disappeared.
After taking a few deep breaths to calm himself down, he gradually regained his composure, and he was able to immediately deduce that he and Gu Yue were most likely only still alive due to the rainbow light that his bracelet had released.
It seemed that the Demonic Infernal Dragon Monarch had been scared off by that rainbow light.
With that in mind, Tang Wulin hurriedly looked down at his wrist to find that the bracelet was still there, and it seemed to have completely returned to normal.
However, for some reason, Tang Wulin felt as if he had forged a special connection with it. He couldn't quite put his finger on what this connection was, but he was definitely getting a different feeling from it than he had in the past.
"Thank you, thank you for saving me and Gu Yue," Tang Wulin said in a heartfelt manner. He knew that this was the reciprocation from all of the dragon skeletons in the dragon tomb.
During his 1,000-day dragon burial endeavor, he never had the intention of receiving any type of reward, but the dragon clan had given him such a precious gift. Even now, he still didn't know what this gem represented.
Without the pressure from the Great Beast, the rest of their journey should be quite smooth. Tang Wulin turned to the concerned Gu Yue and squeezed her hand in reassurance. "I'm fine; don't worry about me. Let's keep going."
Gu Yue nodded in response. "I was so scared! A few more people just came, and they left after saying some strange things that I don't understand."
A few more people? Tang Wulin was the one to be given a huge fright this time. A few more people had appeared here? Were they all Great Beasts?
Those Great Beasts couldn't all be dragons, and his bracelet's intimidation most likely didn't have much of an effect on any beings other than dragons. As such it was nothing short of a miracle that they'd survived that ordeal.
"We have to get out of this forest as quickly as possible; it's too dangerous here." Tang Wulin allowed Gu Yue to climb onto his back as he spoke, and after ascertaining the correct direction they should be going in, he charged onward full speed ahead.
With the guidance of his Bluesilver Emperor vines, he was able to traverse through the complex terrain of the forest extremely quickly.
Much to his surprise, they didn't encounter any other soul beasts along the way. No soul beasts appeared to attack them during the span of two days, making it seem as if this were an ord
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