Maximum Comprehension: Taking Care of Swords In A Sword Pavilion

Chapter 1787

Maximum Comprehension: Taking Care of Swords In A Sword Pavilion

Han Muye, who had exceptional comprehension skills, was reborn into a cultivation world. He joined a clan which specialized in swordsmanship. He then became the keeper who looked after the swords in the Swords Pavilion. There were more than 100,000 swords stored in the pavilion. The keeper was tasked to clean all of them once a month. When Han Muge cleaned the Qinghe sword, he acquired a hint of Sword Qi. When he cleaned the Ziyan sword, he comprehended the swordsmanship, the Burning Plain, left behind by the original owner of the sword. He also acquired the Sword Qi of Burning Flame. When he cleaned the Shanyue sword, he comprehended the teachings left behind by Master Boulder and learned the Mountain Sword Technique. … Han Muye built up his Sword Qi bit by bit during the past 60 years working as a keeper in the pavilion. Throughout the 60 years, a disciple came to seek a sword in the pavilion, and he received guidance from Han Muye. The Sacred Maiden from the demonic clan attempted to steal a sword from the pavilion, but in the end, she left dejected and empty-handed. A swordsman came to challenge Han Muye, and he left with a broken sword. … 60 years later, the Celestial World invaded the mortal world. The disciple had become an exceptional Sword Deity. He wielded his sword and protected a part of the world. The Sacred Maiden had become the demonic clan leader. She sent a letter to the Swords Pavilion and led her clan to fight against the gods. The swordsman had achieved enlightenment in his swordsmanship. His Sword Qi rifled up to the sky. … The gods from the Celestial World loomed over the sky above. Han Muye slowly stood up. 100,000 swords followed him as he emerged from the pavilion. His Sword Qi could be sensed from 30,000 miles away, and his Sword Will pierced through the realms. He declared, “Today, I, Han Muye, will traverse the sky. I want to see who among the gods dares to invade this mortal world.”

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Chapter 1787: Unfair Trial, Summoning the Dean

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The power doubled.

With the contract beasts in hand, the people of Hill No. 14 were almost invincible.

This was unfair for the trial.

The trial was meant to select true elites, and it depended on the skill of these disciples.

Merely relying on tricks to persist until the end was meaningless.

In the great hall, all the trial judges looked up at the Chief Instructor, Liang Qiyuan.

Liang Qiyuan’s expression remained unchanged as he waved his hand and said, “No need for deliberate arrangements.”

Fairness?

In front of Master Han, was there such a thing as fairness?

Perhaps it wouldn’t be long before most of the people present had to follow him to Cold Moon City.

What was the point of making things difficult for Master Han now?

Liang Qiyuan’s response disappointed everyone.

There were also a few who frowned slightly, their eyes flashing with a hint of cunning.

Having interacted with Liang Qiyuan for so many years, they knew his character.

What was so special about this team?

On Hill No. 14, with the contract beasts, everyone became much bolder.

Those armor and puppet masters were even more eager to try.

With the contract beasts and battle puppets, they already had the possibility of breaking out of the fortifications and actively engaging in battle.

“Clean up the battlefield.”

Behind him, Han Muye’s voice sounded.

“Continue mining ores.”

“Reinforce the fortifications.’ Everyone looked at each other.

Got it.

Get to work.

Everyone smiled bitterly as they controlled their battle puppets and contract beasts and started to transport the limestones and refined iron ores.

Over on the distant mountains where the fighting was still ongoing, no one paid any attention.

It wasn’t until evening that all the black armored Void Leopards retreated.

By then, the intact teams numbered less than a hundred.

Many trial teams had been scattered, and casualties were not small.

The powerful teams took the opportunity to gather dozens of disciples with good strength.

This made it very clear that the strongest teams had one or two level nine experts, and there were more than a dozen level eight and level seven ones.

The strong became even stronger. This was probably the means of selection.

“I quit.”

As evening approached, a disciple from the mountains stood up and shouted.

This time, a trial judge in black robes arrived and took away the disciples who were unwilling to continue the trial.

The most who left were the refining masters; over 200 refining master disciples left the battlefield.

They were not good at fighting in the first place, and after these two waves of beast tides, they really couldn’t hold on.

In the past, whether they were in the wilderness or in other cities, they would never encounter such a large-scale siege of beasts.

Anyway, being able to hold on until the end of this beast tide and survive was already good enough.

More unlucky than them were the trial disciples who were directly torn apart by the beasts in this wave.

But not all scattered people left.

Some were gathered in other mountains, looking for someone to rely on.

Some returned to the place where they were previously stationed and began to build fortifications like Hill No. 14.

The fact that Hill No. 14 could hold on with fortifications gave many people hope.

On the sixth day, the trial disciples on all the mountain ridges were doing their best to practice or build fortifications.

However, there was not much movement on Hill No. 14.

This was because the tall fortifications had already blocked the prying eyes of outsiders.

No one knew what the city wall that was made of refined iron and limestone looked like after that.

One could only deduce from the rising smoke and flames that these guys seemed to be playing a big game.

Indeed, within Hill No. 14 at this time, there were a total of 31 refining masters gathered, with piles of refined iron placed in front of them.

“We all have spiritual materials brought from outside, but we can’t use them.

Using them would violate the rules of the trial.”

Han Muye, wearing the ninth-level refining master badge on his chest, looked at everyone with a calm expression.

Most of these refining masters had plenty of good materials, but they had to abide by the rules here and couldn’t use them. “Well, that’s all we can use right now.”

Han Muye pointed around.

“All the ingredients for the refined iron, limestone, black-armored void leopards, and all the materials from the previous beasts.”

Han Muye’s words made everyone nod again.

These were all the materials they had seen.

Looking at everyone’s expressions, Han Muye shook his head.

“In fact, you’re mistaken.

“”We have a lot of materials we can use.

A lot?

All the refining masters looked up in confusion.

The armor and puppet masters around all turned to look at Han Muye curiously.

Senior Brother Han Mu, a level-nine refiner, had absolute authority here.

But they didn’t know where Han Muye found the materials.

Did he discover new spirit materials on the mountain?

“We need to be flexible.

Han Muye looked at everyone, his eyes gleaming with a hint of gold.

“As long as we hold out for 10 days of beast tide, we’ve completed the trial,

right?

“So, what we forge only needs to last until the end of the ninth day, or even until the end of the next major battle, right?” Until the end of the next major battle?

Many people looked up, lost in thought.

Han Muye raised his hand, and pieces of limestone flew around him. Then, strands of spiritual light intertwined into spiritual patterns.

As the spiritual patterns intertwined, they formed the arms, torso, and head of a battle puppet.

In just a moment, a stone-carved battle puppet had been assembled.

A stone-carved battle puppet!

Everyone’s eyes widened.

They weren’t incapable of such methods.

It’s just that such battle puppets seemed to be of little use, right?

This battle puppet could only unleash the attack of a level five battle puppet before crumbling to pieces..

Maximum Comprehension: Taking Care of Swords In A Sword Pavilion

Han Muye, who had exceptional comprehension skills, was reborn into a cultivation world. He joined a clan which specialized in swordsmanship. He then became the keeper who looked after the swords in the Swords Pavilion. There were more than 100,000 swords stored in the pavilion. The keeper was tasked to clean all of them once a month. When Han Muge cleaned the Qinghe sword, he acquired a hint of Sword Qi. When he cleaned the Ziyan sword, he comprehended the swordsmanship, the Burning Plain, left behind by the original owner of the sword. He also acquired the Sword Qi of Burning Flame. When he cleaned the Shanyue sword, he comprehended the teachings left behind by Master Boulder and learned the Mountain Sword Technique. … Han Muye built up his Sword Qi bit by bit during the past 60 years working as a keeper in the pavilion. Throughout the 60 years, a disciple came to seek a sword in the pavilion, and he received guidance from Han Muye. The Sacred Maiden from the demonic clan attempted to steal a sword from the pavilion, but in the end, she left dejected and empty-handed. A swordsman came to challenge Han Muye, and he left with a broken sword. … 60 years later, the Celestial World invaded the mortal world. The disciple had become an exceptional Sword Deity. He wielded his sword and protected a part of the world. The Sacred Maiden had become the demonic clan leader. She sent a letter to the Swords Pavilion and led her clan to fight against the gods. The swordsman had achieved enlightenment in his swordsmanship. His Sword Qi rifled up to the sky. … The gods from the Celestial World loomed over the sky above. Han Muye slowly stood up. 100,000 swords followed him as he emerged from the pavilion. His Sword Qi could be sensed from 30,000 miles away, and his Sword Will pierced through the realms. He declared, “Today, I, Han Muye, will traverse the sky. I want to see who among the gods dares to invade this mortal world.”

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