Na'er smiled as she held onto Tang Wulin's hand before flapping her wings, and she rose up into the air with him.
A ball of gentle soul power enveloped both of their bodies, and Tang Wulin could sense that Na'er's soul power was extremely dense, far more than his soul power was. After just a few flashes, they'd already arrived in the air above the Sea God's Island. The silver dragon wings folded themselves away again, and the two of them descended as the suit of battle armor fused back into Na'er's body as specks of light.
"Na'er, you're already a two-word battle armor master. Come to think of it, you're only 16 years old at the moment. My God! You must be the youngest two-word battle armor master in the history of the entire continent!" Tang Wulin stared at Na'er with an astonished look on his face.
He and his companions already possessed great aptitude, and all of them worked extremely hard, but he could say with certainty that there was definitely no way that they could've become two-word battle armor masters in such a short time.
Na'er aptitude simply defied the natural order! Even that Long Yue was almost 20 years old when he became a two-word battle armor master. Judging from the soul power fluctuations emanating from her body, even if she weren't a six-ring Battle Emperor yet, her powers were already on par with those of that level. Had his own little sister already become this powerful?
Such a revelation wasn't enough to strike him with self-pity, but he was well and truly shocked.
Na'er chuckled, "That's not important; what's important is that you're back!"
She dragged him deeper into the Sea God's Island as she spoke.
Na'er was extremely familiar with this place, and she quickly led Tang Wulin to a small wooden cabin that had been constructed halfway up a mountain.
The cabin wasn't very large, and it only had two rooms, but it was very clean, and the air here was very refreshing. The air on the Sea God's Island was the freshest among all of the places that Tang Wulin had been to. Even the air in a lush forest couldn't compare.
Inside the wooden cabin were a table, a chair, a bench, a wardrobe, and a hammock. There was a layer of dark green leaves from an indeterminate tree draped over the hammock.
"Do you normally live here, Na'er?" Tang Wulin asked.
Na'er nodded in response. "I do! I live here, and I really like it here."
She laid her hands onto Tang Wulin's shoulders and sat him down on the bench, then poured a glass of water for him. As she thrust the glass of water into his hand, tears began to well up in her eyes again.
"Big Brother, do you know how much I've missed you these past three years? Did you miss me? Why did you come back so late?"
Tang Wulin's heart throbbed with pain at the sight of Na'er's tearful display, and he sighed, "I
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