He didn't have anything important to do at the moment, and as such, he followed his normal schedule and went to visit Zhang Tie, who was training at the Crimson Water Peak. There, he knew Zhang Tie would be grimacing in pain while allowing the impact of the waterfall to temper his body, as he cultivated the Way of the Armored Elephant.
Not everyone could withstand the torturous pain from cultivating this particular martial art. Even the first layer already required one to suffer excruciating pain. To reach the ninth layer, wouldn’t it require one to cultivate to the point of insanity, losing their skin in the process?
“Hmm, I wonder if Zhang Tie already regrets his decision. The excruciating torture one has to endure to practice the Way of the Armored Elephant is impossible to imagine,” Han Li thought as he walked, carelessly kicking the fallen leaves and branches that were blocking his way.
“Maybe after a few more days, the two of us will go and beg Doctor Mo for another martial arts skill for Zhang Tie so that he won’t need to suffer from such excruciating pain each time he practices.” Having absorbed himself in thought trying to think of methods to allow Zhang Tie to escape from this torturous path of practice, Han Li slowly roused himself to look at his surroundings.
Han Li tilted his head as he gazed at the line of trees by his side. Currently, the year was approaching the late stages of autumn. The trees' branches were all naked and devoid of leaves. Piles of sticks and dead leaves layered the small paths. Walking on them felt like walking on cotton, which Han Li found to be extremely comfortable.
In that moment, the sounds of weapons clashing drifted over from a nearby mountain peak, as well as the many loud cheers.
After hearing the noises, Han Li glanced in the direction of the mountain peak, annoyed that his good mood had been disturbed.
The noise came from disciples of the Hundred Forge Division. They were training the disciples selected to join their division in the various arts of weaponry.
Every time Han Li saw other sect members gathering and undergoing their training sessions, slight hints of jealousy surfaced in his heart. He wanted to wield a real weapon and demonstrate his skills as well. What a waste! After he officially became a disciple under Doctor Mo, he had been strongly forbidden from practicing such things. Doctor Mo strongly emphasized that Han Li was to devote all of his time to the nameless oracular chant.
Therefore, Han Li could only stare with wide and envious eyes. Occasionally, to scratch his itch, he would borrow a few weapons from some of the other sect members he was on good terms with and practice with them.
How truly useful was it tocultivate the mysterious chant? Up until now, Han Li had not seen any positive effects of
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