Upon regaining their freedom, the eight ghosts let loose low roars before disintegration into specks of black Qi.
"Rest assured, Fellow Daoist, I wouldn't have actually attacked those eight ghosts; I was merely curious and wanted to examine their power," Han Li chuckled in response.
The projection and golden vortex behind him then vanished in unison, but an inky-black ball had appeared in his hand, and he was appraising it in an intrigued manner.
This was none other than the Infernal Netherworld Wind that he had gathered with his Revolving Golden Light.
However, the wind had been compressed into this ball by his enormous magic power.
"Your powers far exceed my expectations, Brother Han. It seems that the rumors were true and I was foolish to have implemented this test," the monk said.
"Seeing as I've passed your test, can we move on to the topic of discussion?" Han Li asked.
"Of course, you have the right to hear what I have to say. I'm sure you're already aware of who I am," the monk replied.
"If the woman outside hadn't lied to me, then you should be the manager of the He Lian Trade Guild on the Blood Sky Continent, which would make you equivalent in status to Fellow Daoist Ming Zun," Han Li said.
"That's correct, but how much do you know about our He Lian Trade Guild?" the monk asked.
"I'm afraid I don't know too much; all I know is that the trade guild is extremely powerful and is one of very few super organizations that span across all three continents," Han Li replied with furrowed brows.
"In reality, our guild is quite a loose organization. Aside from the branches on each continent that were set up to facilitate easier exchange of resources and information, there are no set rules and duties. Generally speaking, whenever conflicts arise, the panel of Grand Ascension Stage elders in the guild will pass down their judgment; I was assigned the duty of temporary manager of the guild on this continent by the elders. If any Grand Ascension Stage fellow daoists wish to join our guild, they'll generally become guest elders.
"This role won't affect their daily cultivation, nor their status in their own respective races, and they'll get to enjoy many incredible benefits; their only duty will be to assist the guild in times of peril," the monk said in an unhurried manner.
"Why are you telling me this, Fellow Daoist?" Han Li asked.
"I want to formally invite you to join our trade guild; would you be interested?" the monk asked as a smile appeared on his face for the first time.
"Did you invite me here and co
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