Upon hearing Han Li's words, Mu Peiling faltered slightly before she opened her mouth to say something again.
However, Han Li raised her hand to cut her off as he said, "That's enough. I'm not asking you to make a decision immediately; you can mull this over for a few years. I also have to go into seclusion now and during this time, I'll give you some pills for you to attempt a breakthrough to the late-Core Formation Stage. Also, I'll have to trouble you to guide Qin'er in her cultivation in my stead."
"Yes, my Lord!" Mu Peiling was unwilling to settle for this result, but she could only accept this arrangement in a resigned manner at the sight of Han Li's stern expression.
Han Li nodded and gave her a few pills, then spoke with Tian Qin'er for a while before also sending the two of them on their way.
Thus, Han Li was the only one left within the cave abode, and he slowly closed his eyes as he heaved a long sigh. It seemed that there was more turmoil in his heart than he had let on.
He sat in silence for a full 15 minutes, and when he opened his eyes again, an expression of tranquility had reappeared on his face. It appeared that he had been able to settle his internal conflict.
He suddenly patted the storage pouch hanging from his waist, and a flash of silver light immediately appeared before him. The humanoid puppet emerged, and stood in front of him in a completely stationary manner.
Han Li examined the humanoid puppet for a while, and a layer of silver light suddenly surfaced over the humanoid puppet's face at his behest. Its middle-aged features blurred and when they regained clarity again, those facial features had become completely identical to Han Li's, making it appear as if the puppet were none other than Han Li himself.
Almost at the exact same moment, the humanoid puppet's body tremored, and it suddenly grew a few inches, making it identical to Han Li in height as well.
Han Li examined the puppet again before nodding with a content expression, and waving a hand toward it.
The humanoid puppet's expressionless figure swayed, and it immediately disappeared amid a flash of silver light.
Han Li lowered his head in contemplation for a while before exiting the hall of the cave abode, heading directly for the secret chamber.
Along the way, he suddenly said without any warning, "My second Nascent Soul hasn't been causing any trouble for you in the cauldron, has it, Fellow Daoist?"
The voice of a small child replied from within the Heavenvoid Cauldron in Han Li's sleeve, "Hehe, it's just a mid-Nascent Soul without a body; how will it pose any trouble to me? It's just that with this guy in here, the cauldron is feeling a little cramped."
"Please bear with it for a while longer, Fellow D
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