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Lin Yuan knew that if he didn’t have a reasonable explanation for his ability to evolve feys, it would certainly bring in trouble.

As the saying went, “An outstanding tree will definitely be blown down by the wind. If a tree is too tall, the winds will never allow it to survive.”

It was just like how a prodigy would have a halo over their head, but jealous people would always accompany them.

In addition, he couldn’t attribute his ability to him being a prodigy. Not to mention that his strength was still budding at the surface of the ground. If he were careless and exposed himself to the fierce winds, he might wither in an instant.

The path to becoming a Creation Master was something that Lin Yuan had to take. Therefore, he was planning to purchase some books, which were related to the primary exams for the Scholar, Fey Observer, and Spiritual Ingredient Analyst, on the Star Web.

It should be enough for Genius’ capacity to memorize 100 books.


However, Lin Yuan also had things to fret about as those books weren’t cheap.

After the Spirit Qi Awakening, the internet had been crippled for over a dozen years before it had recovered. At the same time, the internet had undergone a revolution. The network was like a large-scale virtual world and was known as the Federation Star Web.


When entering the Federation Star Web, everyone would need to bind themselves with a federation citizen identity. The Star Web had entertainment, live streaming, virtual transactions, interactive and social contacting, or even ranking battles. During the last few decades, the Federation Star Web development was already able to support a second world for the Radiance Federation’s citizens.


As for the books that Lin Yuan required, they could be purchased in the Federation Star Web’s bookshop.

These books were all published by high-ranked Scholars, Fey Observers, and Spiritual Ingredient Analysts. Each of these books had an average price of around 100 Federation dollars.

For every book that the bookshop sold, the publisher would earn a profit of around 15%. That’s why the income of a lifestyle-class professional was always commendable.

A total of 100 books would cost around 10,000 Federation dollars in total, and that amount was almost Lin Yuan’s entire wealth. Moreover, a large portion of this wealth had to be reserved for his younger sister’s next year’s school fees.

Lin Yuan remembered that his young sister’s school curriculum was about to start with fey contract classes. The fey contract classes were normally leaning toward actual combat. That’s why he had to find a suitable high-grade fey for his younger sister first.

“I am still very poor!” Lin Yuan couldn’t help lamenting.


Right now, there is nothing else more important that I need to do than to earn more money. I already have a clear direction, but this direction will need Federation dollars to remove the obstacle.


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