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"Please watch carefully here, everyone; at this point, I noticed something very important, which was Unpredictable Blue Emperor's defensive capabilities. The Scythe of Despair possesses extremely potent offensive prowess and has a high-frequency vibration function that'll allow it to slice through normal metals with ease. However, this effect was severely limited by Unpredictable Blue Emperor, and the Scythe of Despair was only able to inflict a very shallow gash. At that point, I realized that my opponent possessed extremely powerful defensive prowess.

"Hence, I dragged Unpredictable Blue Emperor toward Corkscrew of Death to try and end the match using my Corkscrew of Death. Regardless of how powerful Unpredictable Blue Emperor's defensive prowess was, it had to have an upper limit, and even a divine-grade mecha would be damaged if it were to be struck head-on by my Corkscrew of Death. However, this was when Unpredictable Blue Emperor began to display its combat prowess. Please take note here that Unpredictable Blue Emperor had thrust its spear forward at this point, choosing to retaliate rather than to try and evade or resist the dragging force of my scythe blade.

"The most important thing to take note of here is the roar unleashed by the dragon head that appeared out of its chest. Even with my mecha to shield me, my mind went completely blank for an instant, which means that this was a spiritual attack, and that Sect Master Tang's spiritual power is superior to mine. A mecha battle could often be decided in an instant, and during the split-second where my mind went blank, I reflexively tugged on the chain to throw Unpredictable Blue Emperor off its intended course to buy myself some time..."

Tang Wulin listened carefully to Huang Zhengyang's analysis, benefitting immensely in the process. It was very insightful to hear Huang Zhengyang's thoughts during the battle, and the fact that Huang Zhengyang had been forced to change his strategy so many times was a testament to how much pressure Tang Wulin had exerted upon him.

Furthermore, he also elaborated in great detail on which areas both sides had performed well in, as well as in which areas the two had been found lacking.

He really was a mad mecha scientist! Huang Zhengyang was even willing to share some of the secrets of his mecha piloting skills without making any selfish attempt to keep the information to himself. Of course, listening to him was one thing, putting his words into practice was another entirely different thing.

"This was the first clash where I came out second-best. It seems that damage was inflicted on both sides, but the impact I was struck by was more severe, and the damage dealt to my mecha was also more apparent. My entire body was jolted during the clash, and that resulted in some fallacies in my control later on in the match."

At this point, Huang Zhengyang's commentary had already reached the part where the two mechas had separated for the f

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