Chapter 813 – Sand Drawing

Ming Xieran lifted a brow when he sees that Le Guo’er was really angry, he appeared in front of the latter and allowed her to attack him. As he was getting beaten up, he shouted, “Aiya, wife killing husband…”

Le Guo’er nervously covered Ming Xieran’s mouth and looked at her surroundings in alarm.

That was when Le Guo’er saw Huan Qing Yan looking at her with smiles, Le Guo’er’s face immediately flushed red and only after a long while did Le Guo’er managed to calm herself enough to greet Huan Qing Yan, “Huan Qing Yan, about that, you saw nothing, right?”

Huan Qing Yan stifled a laugh while nodding.

Ming Xieran used the time that Le Guo’er was feeling flustered to sneakily hug her waist, carefully enjoying the touch of his actions.

When Le Guo’er regained her bearings, she immediately sent a fist at him before she turned and gave Huan Qing Yan an unnatural smile, “I am going to settle a personal grievance, please go ahead!”

After speaking, she dragged Ming Xieran behind a sand wall, and then the dull sounds of fist attacking flesh were heard. After that, there was a soft moan and after that, there nothing else after…

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It was because Huan Qing Yan was dragged away by a black face Ji Mo Ya.

She walked a few more rounds with Ji Mo Ya, whenever the pair walk past a sand drawing, they would try sensing it but left quickly once they did not feel anything.

The pair circled around another sand wall before they saw the city walls in front of them, there was a row of sand drawings on the city walls as well.

Huan Qing Yan’s gaze landed on one of the sand drawings and her vision blurred.

That sand drawing was a series of unknown lines that no one could have understood, but the moment she saw it, she was able to understand it.

The lines transformed continuously, eventually turning into words.

Huan Qing Yan took a quick glance and instantly knew that it was a cultivation insight.

A certain powerful person had left behind insights they had while cultivating, some problems that might appear during cultivating and how to fix it.

There were also some tricks that could assist with spirit energy; such as how to conserve spirit energy, how to circulate spirit energy faster when fighting in a battle.

The insights also include information on critical issues when you become a Mystic Spirit Master as well.

Huan Qing Yan felt joyful, the information was truly practical and very useful to her right now. She has been accepted by Elder Snow and has been learning in Surging Wave Academia but because she was a soul from another world, she found it hard to understand some of the matters she experienced during cultivating.

This book of insights will help fill her with some of the common knowledge that she lacked, it would be as though she was learning everything from the start, like a child being guided step by step and have its problem solved while she slowly grows up…

After she finished watching, Huan Qing Yan felt her foundations have gradually become as firm as a boulder and she was no longer worried.

When the last of the sand drawing disappeared, Huan Qing Yan saw a flash and the sand drawing disappeared.

She checked beside her and saw that Ji Mo Ya had his eyes closed, the latter was also under enlightenment; the sand drawing in front of him was also ninety percent dissolved.

After a moment Ji Mo Ya opened his eyes so Huan Qing Yan described what she learned to him and she also asked what did he learned.

Ji Mo Ya nodded, the lass was a soul from another world and lacked a proper foundation, the insights will help her reduce many possible problems from occurring in the future.

As for himself, he had learned techniques regarding writing, the writing technique would imbue the words he wrote with power and killing intent. He had only managed to understand a small part of it, the rest still required him to enter closed-door cultivation and to study.

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