He stared at the pure spiritual power in his hand and muttered, “Following the strengthening of my Nascent Soul, my magic power has grown proportionally.”
Soon after, he shook his hand and the ball of light scattered.
He then slapped the top of his head and a beam of azure Qi flew out from it. It circled above his head to reveal an infant with his exact face.
His Nascent Soul was originally only two inches tall, but now it had grown another half-inch. Its body was also far more solid and distinct.
The Nascent Soul was holding a small azure cauldron with an emerald talisman and tens of flying pins circling above its head. The pins glowed a golden azure and appeared extremely gaudy.
The soul appeared excited to have emerged and joyfully flew around the room for nearly two hours. Then, it flew back into its original body as if it were tired.
Han Li reopened his eyes wearing a satisfied expression.
Before he took the Nascent Cultivating Pill, he was only able to move outside of his body for an hour. Any further than that would drain his Nascent Soul’s vitality.
It was rumored that when one’s cultivation reached late-Deity Transformation stage, their Nascent Soul would become truly solid, allowing them to live bodiless with no fear of celestial winds.
This was also the most reliable method for a cultivator to ascend to the spirit realm.
But despite his increase in magic power, he was still far from reaching the peak of mid-Nascent Soul stage. Oddly enough, after he refined the pill, he felt completely assured that he would reach that point after a hundred years of secluded cultivation without any problems or bottlenecks.
This strange feeling delighted Han Li.
Once his Nascent Soul returned into his body and settled down, he opened its mouth and spat out two golden streaks.
They fluttered around him and turned into two dim golden swords. They were the Bamboo Cloudswarm Swords that the Elder Devil had captured at Devilfall Valley.
Although their spiritual nature had yet to be entirely eradicated and could still be somewhat controlled, they were still incapable of being used to create the Aureate Sword Formation.
As such, Han Li specifically allocated some time to restoring the two.
Under his mental command, the swords flew a meter in front of him and remained still.
He spat out two clouds of his nascent flame and instantly enveloped thems within it.
When he saw crackling azure flame dancing on the blades, Han Li waved his sleeve, summoning several small bottles he prepared beforehand. They all opened of their own volition and their contents poured into the azure flames, staining them with various colors.
Han Li then stared at the two weapons with complete focus and cast spell seals with flicks of his fingers, putting him in control
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