"Those puppets were a gift to you in the first place, so it doesn't matter even if all of them were destroyed," Han Li chuckled in a nonchalant manner. Mo Jianli naturally offered his gratitude in response.
After a while, the four mature Asura Spiders also arrived from the distance as gusts of fierce wind.
However, two of them had been forced to reveal their giant spider forms, while the other two were still in their human forms, but their clothes were in tatters, and they were looking very disheveled.
It was clear that even though they had broken out of the formation set up by Mo Jianli, they hadn't done so without a struggle.
As soon as they landed in the stone city, Han Li said, "Fellow Daoist Ying, everyone's here, so we can set off now; where are the cores that you promised us?"
"Rest assured, Fellow Daoist Han, I'm carrying the cores right now; here are the first six," Ying'er replied with a smile, then flipped a hand over to produce a white jade box that she tossed toward Han Li.
Xue Ran and Hei Lin's expressions changed slightly upon seeing this, but neither of them reached out to grab the box.
As for Han Li, his expression remained unchanged as he swept a sleeve through the air to draw the jade box into his grasp.
As soon as the lid was opened, several bursts of spiritual sense swept through the contents of the box, and elated looks appeared on everyone's faces.
Sure enough, there were six thumb-sized crystalline cores that were as fair as snow in the box, and they were giving off a mysterious aura.
After a brief moment of contemplation, Han Li swept a hand toward the box, and three of the cores were sent flying toward Xue Ran and Heilin, while two were directed toward Mo Jianli.
After that, Han Li stowed away the final core along with the box into his own storage bracelet.
"Thank you, Fellow Daoist Han!" Xue Ran and Hei Lin were ecstatic, and the former made a grabbing motion to draw two of the oncoming cores into his grasp, while Hei Lin reached out to grab the other one.
In contrast, Mo Jianli was rather hesitant as he caught the two cores flying toward him. "Fellow Daoist Han, surely it's not right that you're only getting one of the cores."
"Rest assured, Brother Mo, we'll be getting the rest of the cores sooner or later, so it makes no difference," Han Li replied in a nonchalant manner.
Mo Jianli was still rather hesitant, but in the end, he gritted his teeth and carefully stowed the cores away. "In that case, I'll keep these cores in my possession for now."
"I've already issued the cores; should we set off now?" Ying'er asked in an unhurried manner.
"Sure, please lead the way," Han Li immediately replied.
Ying'er gave an affirmative reply before descending into the stone city.
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