Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 18

Chapter 18: Novice Mission

According to his own experience in modern society, Wu Qingsong took the two beastwomen to a place that should be a residential area.

The past experience of traveling with his family told him that places with high traffic such as attractions and stations because there was no shortage of customers, the services that could be obtained at the same price were often lacking.

A tour how-to said this: Never look for something to eat near the scenic spot. You should follow the locals to find something to eat in their usual place.

Soon, they found several restaurants on a relatively deserted street, and the people who came in and out were obviously locals.

The combination of a half-elf and two young maids clearly was a little bit eye-catching. However, as a resident of a trading town, their ability to accept strange things was obviously stronger than that of an agriculture-based town like Calagados.

The owner was a middle-aged beastwoman who still had quite a charm. She recommended their specialty to Wu Qingsong; a dish made with sea fish, shellfish and vegetables. The three people ate while nodding their heads repeatedly.

“It’s so delicious!”

Liu Li could not help picking up the dishes and licked them clean making Wu Qingsong feel a little shameful.

“Do you know if there is a house for rent nearby?” he asked the owner. “Doesn’t have to be big, just clean.”

“Guest, do you want a separate yard or just one or two rooms?” the owner looked at their combination and asked.

“How much for the separate yard?”

“One month for around twenty Renals.”

“So expensive?” Ling immediately clicked her tongue.

“This place is Umbel!”

The shop owner shook her head.

“If you’re staying at an inn, even for a single room, one month would cost at least thirty Renals.”

“What about the rooms then?” Wu Qingsong asked.

“Guest, if you’re not picky, I have two empty rooms upstairs. You can take a look first and we can discuss everything else later.”

This arrangement seemed to be no problem. The owner then handed over the shop to his husband temporarily and took them upstairs.

There was not much of a difference between this house and the surrounding residential houses. The whole wooden structure has three floors. Tightly cramped together with the houses on both sides, Wu Qingsong felt that he had returned to the ‘village in the city’ next to the school. The room where the owner took them to see was at the end of the second floor. The doors of the two rooms were facing each other. One room was facing the street downstairs and they could smell the fragrance of the food from downstairs here, while the other room was facing a small alley. Through the layers of houses, they could faintly see the dock and the sea in the distance.

The furnishings in the room were simple; bed, closet, two stools and a small table that could be …

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Monster Refining System – Chapter 30

Chapter 30 – Reliable

“Oh my god. How long has he not washed his hands for?”

Xia Fukun stared at the giant claw that was reaching out of the crack.

If Xia Fukun had to describe the claw instantly, he would say…

Braised chicken claw?

Of course, that wasn’t important.

The claw stuck to the ground tightly.

A roar could be heard, and a giant shadow shot out of the crack.

And indeed, Xia Fukun was right; this giant shadow only had one claw.

“A single-armed demon.” Xia Fukun was flabbergasted. Why does this demon feel more like Yang Guo than the previous guy called Yang Guo? He actually has a trait of the real Yang Guo after all. (Translator notes: As mentioned earlier, Yang Guo is a character in the Return of the Condor Heroes who lost his arm.)

At the same time, the shadow shook its head.

It had an exceptionally long neck, which spanned about one meter from what Xia Fukun could see. In total, it was four meters tall, which meant one fourth of its body consisted of its neck. In addition, the demon’s skin was cracked open like a volcano, and black lava-like fluid with a rotten smell ran down from the cracks.


“Who? Who is the one that got me out of the Abyss?”

The Vanguard Grade demon took a tour around the surroundings and frowned upon realizing that it was in the Nine Spiritual Mainland.

“My lord! It was me!” Yao Duwan shouted to the demon that he had summoned. Even though he did not plan to summon a Vanguard Grade demon, his preparations for a King Grade demon were destroyed by Xia Fukun, so he could only settle for a Vanguard Grade demon.

The demon seemed to only have the ability of a Supreme Realm, but it was actually comparable to a martial artist who was about to break through to the Heaven Realm.

It might have been because of a difference in taste, but the more Yao Duwan looked at the demon, the more fond of it he became.

“Human?” The demon took a glance at Yao Duwan and realized that he was indeed holding a seal.

“Do you wish to sign a deal with me? If you do, you will have to work for the Abyss from today onward.”

Yao Duwan agreed without hesitation.

“My lord vanguard, that is not a problem. Yao Duwan understands this!”

Seeing how straightforward Yao Duwan was, Xia Fukun couldn’t help but frown. I knew he was bad, but it seems like he’s an enemy of mankind. I can’t let such a person live!

“Great, hahaha. It’s been a long time since I visited the Nine Spiritual Mainland.”

The demon stuck out its long and slick tongue, licking away the foul-smelling fluid that was leaking from its cheek. It wore an excited smile on its face.

“However, my lord vanguard, before anything else, I hope you can help me settle a problem,” Yao Duwan

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Monster Refining System – Chapter 29

Chapter 29 – The Demon Comes Out

My name’s Xia Fukun, and I’m currently full of fiery fury.

Back on Earth, I always despised child traffickers. My blood boiled, and I couldn’t help but curse when I saw posts about child trafficking online. How can you harm those innocent and pure children just because of your self-interest?

However, Xia Fukun did not have the freedom to act as he wished on Earth due to the limits of his power.

But it was different now. He was now living in the Nine Spiritual Mainland.

Anger was written all over Xia Fukun’s face as he stared at Yao Duwan hard.

His expression gave Yao Duwan a huge shock. Xia Fukun’s reaction was so scary that Yao Duwan even thought that Xia Fukun’s family member was among the fallen victims.


Fires of fury were smoldering in Xia Fukun’s eyes. As soon as Yao Duwan heard Xia Fukun, he heard a roar coming from his back.

After getting rid of Yang Guo with Ye Qingwan, Xia Fukun stored the Fire Python Tiger, but he was so furious upon discovering Yao Duwan’s inhumane acts that he let it out again.

The yin energy in the air was immediately suppressed by a scorching fire.


Ignoring Xia Fukun, Yao Duwan could feel that there was a strong opponent behind him. He turned around and was welcomed by the Fire Python Tiger, which was pouncing up to him.

“An eighth-grade beast!?”

Yao Duwan held his breath and dodged the attack.

Similar to Yang Guo, Yang Duwan had the ability of a Warrior Realm. However, he was a pharmacologist as well and had picked up strange skills, thus he was able to dodge the attack of the Fire Python Tiger.

“Damn it! I didn’t expect this rascal to have such a helper!”

Obviously, Yao Duwan did not think that the Fire Python Tiger was Xia Fukun’s pet. How could a fourth-grade beast trainer summon an eighth-grade beast? Thus, he thought that the Fire Python Tiger was just Xia Fukun’s partner.

“A dead man should speak less,” Xia Fukun said coldly. In his eyes, Yao Duwan was already dead.

Yao Duwan was dying to get rid of Xia Fukun, but facing the Fire Python Tiger’s continuous attacks, he was unable to spare any effort to handle Xia Fukun.

So, when he saw Xia Fukun going up to destroy his setup for summoning the demon, Yao Duwan’s face fell immediately!

Go and die, rascal! I was planning to summon a King Grade demon to sign a deal with, but now I can only summon a Vanguard Grade demon.

Yao Duwan sighed and gave himself a strong smack on his chest.


Yao Duwan vomited blood.

Immediately, a strange rune appeared in front of him.

It grew bigger and bigger, enveloping Yao Duwan and his surroundings slowly.

Even though the Fire Python Tiger tried to attack him, all its efforts were in vain. It was now impossible to attack Yao

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 17

Chapter 17: Umbel

The two towns were totally worlds apart. Just the outer appearance had an obvious difference, showing a large disparity in their strengths.

The tall white stone walls gave you peace of mind at a glance, which was not something that Calagados’ low wooden walls could compare to. The fields outside the town were arranged orderly, with a large number of stone canals and lofty windmills, and the growth of the crops looked much better than the small town they came from.

The coachman told Wu Qingsong that this was the handiwork of an archmage invited by the three major guilds when the town was first expanded. The construction of these irrigation canals and wells were just something he had done in passing, but it became an irrigation network that all the people from Umbel was proud of.

“Under these windmills are all wells. Thanks to these things, Umbel can rely on such a little plot of fields to feed so many people.”

This was the first time Wu Qingsong ever felt the power of magic belonging to this world with his senses. When they approached the canals, he carefully observed them and found that they were completely different from the canals of his own world. It was neither concrete nor was it a stone wall. It looked like the soil next to the ditch was directly turned into stone.

“This is the magic of turning mud into stone,” a passenger said with some pride. “That year, it was not only because of money that the archmage was successfully invited to come, it was also due to the relationship the president of the commercial guild had with him. If not, how would such a high up person come to such a place in the middle of nowhere!”

“Rumors had it that he is the illegitimate child of that archmage…,” he lowered his voice and said with the superior air of a mysterious well-informed person.

The crowds and traffic around them suddenly increased out of nowhere. It was like they were intentionally picking the time when they were not paying attention and drilled out from under the ground. However, there were not many carriages that take passengers on board, most of them were large carriages that were carrying goods. There were also many people who just carried baskets on their backs and walked in the direction of the gate.

The road was beginning to get congested.

Perhaps because the journey was about to reach the end, the passengers in the carriage began to become lively. There was a guy who looked like a fox that started telling all kinds of legends about Umbel, while another beastman who looked like some sort of rodent began to inquire about Wu Qingsong’s purpose in Umbel.

“It’s simply to broaden my horizon,” Wu Qingsong said cautiously.

In a town with almost thirty thousand people, the chances of meeting with a few strangers again were not high but getting vigilant around strangers was common …

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Monster Refining System – Chapter 28

Chapter 28 – Going Against Yao Duwan

Inside the Bu Peng family, Bu Peng anxiously stared at Yao Duwan, who was standing right in front of him. Yao Duwan was currently performing a ritual, or rather, “making” the Blood Grains for Bu Peng.

There were butterflies in Bu Peng’s stomach. The ten Blood Grains were extremely important to Bu Peng. With them, he could form a suicide squad to snatch all the gold mines in the Yaslan Empire. By then, he would no longer be the largest gold mine business in the Yaslan Empire, but… the only!

There was a difference between the “largest” and the “only.”

At that point, he would have control of the Yaslan Empire’s currency in his hands.

As for the mercenaries that followed him, Bu Peng was not worried about them at all. With Yang Guo, he was sure that the mercenaries would be taken care of. I pay him splendidly! His pay is an unimaginable number for ordinary people!

Just as Bu Peng was watching Yao Duwan carry out his ritual attentively, a voice suddenly rang through his ear.

“Bu Peng, what are you doing?”


Bu Peng was caught by surprise. This is such a familiar voice, where have I heard it?

Moreover, who in this household would address me with my name instead of Master?

Bu Peng turned around, confused, only to see Xia Fukun’s grinning face.


When someone was extremely strained, they would lose their voice.

Just like Bu Peng. Before he could let out a scream, Xia Fukun had already cupped his mouth.

“Shh, I just want to ask you; what are you doing?” Xia Fukun said with an accent. But Bu Peng should still understand me.

“Why are you guys here…? Where’s Sir Yang?”

After Xia Fukun let go of him, Bu Peng stared at him and Ye Qingwan in confusion.

“Sir Yang? Oh, you mean the one that’s great at dirty tricks?”

“Yes, Sir Yang is well-known for his swordsmanship…”

Not wanting to listen to Bu Peng boast about Yang Guo further, Xia Fukun waved his hands and took out Yang Guo’s sword from the storage ring.

“His sword is here with me. Why do you think I’m here?”

“You guys… bribed Sir Yang?” Bu Peng was gobsmacked.


Xia Fukun smacked him in the face.

“Speak human language.”

Xia Fukun glared at Bu Peng and continued.

“Are you sure that this old man is making you Blood Grains?”

Xia Fukun pointed at Yao Duwan, who was working not far away.

“Yes, Sir Yao would not lie to me,” Bu Peng said confidently.

“Can you feel it?” Ignoring Bu Peng, Xia Fukun turned to Ye Qingwan. Bu Peng might just be plain stupid.

“No, but it feels off. It’s a very uncomfortable feeling. The other party might be performing an evil ritual, or he may be trying to summon a demon to make a deal with it.”

“Demon?” Xia Fukun was slightly shocked.

Wow, there are demons

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 16

Chapter 16: Horseman Never Talks In A Roundabout Way

What kind of identities should they use to enter the town was the first problem they faced. Fortunately, there was no such thing as a travel permit in this world, and also no limit or prohibit on commercial circulation. On the contrary, the pursuit of wealth by the elves had even greatly stimulated the development of commerce, allowing many large and small merchants to be active throughout the empire.

Liu Li’s understanding of this world was not much higher than Wu Qingsong’s. After consulting with Ling, Wu Qingsong decided to assign his identity as a member of a certain chamber of commerce. Such people were more common and would not attract other people’s attention. It was certainly strange to take action with two maids by his side, but some wealthy half-elf merchants often took vassal beastman subordinates and bodyguards with them around. So, their actions were not too glaring and abrupt, it could only be considered eccentric.

He took the decision to distribute the money evenly and hid them on each of them so that they could avoid putting all the money on one person. If the target was too big and was being targeted, then reduce the risk of being stolen or robbed. At least before he had sufficient ability to protect all of them, it should be like this. But what he did not think of, was that such an arrangement evidently surprised and delighted Ling and Liu Li, especially Liu Li. Wu Qingsong reckoned that she had never had so much money before. After getting excited for a long time, she suddenly began to worry, worry that she would somehow lose this money. Wu Qingsong and Ling appeased her for a while before she became cheerful again.

When entering the town, Wu Qingsong had no choice but to accept the fact that he was being treated as a half-elf. Such a misunderstanding seemed to have morphed into his label in the world. But due to this, the guards were not as hard on him as they were to everyone else, so much so that not even a question was thrown at them. After collecting the entry fees of twenty coppers from each of them, the three of them were allowed to pass through the city gate.

Thus, Wu Qingsong got his first chance to truly take a look at the towns of this world.

According to Nina’s introduction, this town called Caragados was the fourth largest town in the Illiar barony. Because it was surrounded by plains, it was one of the main grain-producing areas in the region. Yet, according to Wu Qingsong’s standard, it could only be regarded as a slightly larger village. The walls were similar to Leimu Town in that they used logs. There were watchtowers at regular intervals, as well as walkways for the soldiers to patrol.

Perhaps it was because the news that the Leimu Town was burned down by the fire had …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 15

Chapter 15: Newbie Village Online

Soon, Liu Li hid away because of shyness and timidity. Wu Qingsong had to spend a lot of time to calm her down, and in the process, he finally heard some new information.

Leimu Town practically got half-ruined.

This might not be entirely due to Nina and the gang. They just set fire in several places, such as military camps and warehouses. But when they launched the attack, the higher-ups of Leimu Town were drinking at the banquet to celebrate their expedition. It was almost impossible to organize an effective disaster relief operation. The top commander of the Leimu Town garrison, Wals, was inexplicably beheaded by Nina shortly after the start of the fire, which sunk the Leimu Town completely into chaos. It also made them lose the chance to keep the fire under control.

The fire not only burned down the warehouses and military camps of the Leimu Town garrison but also burned away a large number of workshops and slum areas. It was said that nearly 200 people died because of the fire, countless were wounded and nearly 2,000 people became homeless. Even several of the most valued warwolves by the garrison troops in the southern part of the town were burned to death in their cages, while the rest either escaped to the forest around the Leimu Town, or they went crazy because of their burns and started attacking people in the fire scene. Only less than half of them were caught after the fire.

The fact that the fire caused such huge losses, the warwolves could be counted as one of the most important reasons.

“Meow~ We met two of them in the forest when we came over, it was awful…” Liu Li told Wu Qingsong with a very soft voice. Her speech rate was very fast. Without paying attention, he would not understand what she was saying. Wu Qingsong had to put his ear close to her in order to catch her words, which made the two look very close, and Ling seemed to be somewhat at a loss due to this.

“What about Klein? Any news about him?” Wu Qingsong especially asked Nina about this.

“My subordinates did not catch his name in the list of people that died in battle,” Nina replied. “But there was no sight of him among the officials dealing with the aftermath, so his injury should not be light.”

She had already learned from Bernard about Wu Qingsong’s advice on the way they deal with wounds. This made her more curious about this mysterious half-elf. However, she had no intention of inviting Wu Qingsong to join them. In this rebel army led by her, the main members were either the survivors of the Silvermoon wolves or the descendants of the vassals of the Silvermoon wolf royalty. There were almost no outsiders. Although her instincts told her that Wu Qingsong was unlikely to be a spy appointed by the government, it still would not necessarily …

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Monster Refining System – Chapter 27

Chapter 27 – Touched

“Eighth… eighth-grade beast?” Ye Qingwan was clearly taken aback by the Fire Python Tiger too. Only now did she realize it was Xia Fukun who summoned it.

This guy… this can’t be real, right? How could a fourth-grade beast trainer summon an eighth-grade beast?!

Ye Qingwan couldn’t help but be reminded of what Xia Fukun said to her earlier.

“Erm, I can trust you, right?”

If Xia Fukun’s ability to summon an eighth-grade beast as a fourth-grade beast trainer was spread out… Ye Qingwan believed that it would make not only the Yaslan Empire or the Scarlet Water province crazy, but the entire Nine Spiritual Mainland!

Fourth-grade beast trainer, eighth-grade beast.

Which means that…

He would be able to summon an Assimilation Realm beast when he reaches seventh grade!?

All of a sudden, Ye Qingwan’s breathing became rapid.

At the same time, Xia Fukun appeared next to her. She took a glance at him and asked, “So the giant flying snake at the Misty Swamp was summoned by you, right?”

Xia Fukun smiled, not answering her question.

Looking at Xia Fukun, a weird feeling arose in Ye Qingwan.

She turned to Xia Fukun again subconsciously.

“Aren’t you worried that I’ll spread your secret?”

Hearing her words, Xia Fukun took a deep breath and looked at Ye Qingwan seriously.

“There are only two types of people in my world: friend or foe. My friends are living, and my foes are dead or soon to be.”

Ye Qingwan jumped up in fear and stared at Xia Fukun.

“So which am I?”

Ye Qingwan had seen many guest masters in this world, as she was part of the Ye family, and most were absolutely cruel. They would do anything for themselves and their benefits.

But for a reason she didn’t know, she secretly hoped that Xia Fukun wasn’t such a person.

Xia Fukun smiled at Ye Qingwan’s question.

“You’re the third type.”

“Third type?” Ye Qingwan was slightly taken aback.

“Mm, you’re my woman.”

“Get lost!” Ye Qingwan furrowed her eyebrows and sulked.

“Haha!” Xia Fukun laughed out loud before turning to Yang Guo, who was in despair.

He had vowed to Bu Peng that, with him here, the young mercenaries would surely be taken down. However, he never would’ve thought that…

Both of them are beast trainers! What’s even worse is that the guy can summon a beast that’s way beyond his grade!

I could understand if a fourth-grade beast trainer summoned a fifth-grade beast, but this is an eighth-grade beast!

Even if you want to cheat, isn’t that too much?

I’m Yang Guo, a Warrior Realm martial artist who uses dirty tricks – no, I mean, a sword as my weapon, and it’s impossible for me to defeat an eighth-grade beast.

Very soon, Yang Guo was defeated by the Fire Python Tiger that Xia Fukun summoned.

“I’ll give you another chance, do you have anything valuable on you?” Looking at Yang Guo, who was on his deathbed,

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Ten Thousand Paths to Becoming a God – Chapter 82

Chapter 82: Duel

“After a long period of time, treasures may naturally occur in the uninhabited space but so will the demons, so there may be risks and rewards. If you choose to go in, you must be very careful.” Qing Ji stood up and looked in the direction of the loft where Sikong Chuyu was cultivating.

Ye Shang was stunned. “What happened?”

“Sikong successfully advanced, I can’t imagine that she can actually reach such a high cultivation base at such a young age.” Qing Ji emotionally.

“Martial Sister, I know cultivators barely age after reaching the fourth-order stage, so how old is Sikong exactly?” asked Ye Shang.

“23 or 24!” Qing Ji said.

“She’s only a little older than me, but her cultivation base is way higher than mine.” Ye Shang scratched his head and said.

Qing Ji stretched out her hand and gave Ye Shang a pat. “Take it easy, your starting points are different. I will tell you more about the extradimensional space.”

Then Qing Ji told Ye Shang about the situation of the extradimensional spaces discovered in the past.

“What are you talking about?” When Ye Shang and Qing Ji were chatting, Sikong Chuyu, who took a shower and changed to a light blue skirt, came to the hall.

“I’m telling him more about the sect. Congratulations.” Qing Ji said with a smile.

“Ye Shang reached the Soul-condensation stage, very good. Your cultivation speed is really amazing, but the most important thing is your strong foundation.” Sikong Chuyu sat down and said.

“It’s incomparable to yours.” Ye Shang laughed at himself.

“I have cultivated way longer than you. The main achievement of cultivation still depends on potential and opportunities. I believe in you. Didn’t you tell me that you would protect me?” Sikong Chuyu said with a smile.

Ye Shang didn’t answer, but bowed his head and drank tea.

After a while, the servant came in and called them to have breakfast.

After breakfast, Ye Shang began to practice the Wind Chasing Spear.

With the bursting of the qi from his Dantian, Ye Shang found that he now had the ability to create 33 shock waves and the speed of the shock waves was also a lot faster, which made him very delighted.

Normally, the number of his shock waves was estimated to be 30 when he reached the Soul-condensation stage, now it was not only beyond the estimation, but also circulated faster.

After practicing for a while, he began to practice the Heaven Obscuring Palm, and the diameter of the cyan cyclone reached more than one foot along with the qi circulation in his Dantian.

Ye Shang reached out his hand and gave a blow to the rockery on the side of the yard.


A piece of bluestone on the rockery was knocked away.

After that, Ye Shang circulated the qi and striked again, and the result was the same.

Feeling the qi in his Dantian, Ye Shang laughed since there was barely any …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 14

Chapter 14: Breaking Out

Excruciating pain was felt from his face, hands, and body. Klein could not help screaming out. He immediately stepped back a few times and peeled off the ignited clothes on his body while desperately beating out the flames on his body.

However, the flames seemed to stick to him, until that layer of skin sprouted boils, split open, and flowed out blood, did the flame finally die out.

On the other hand, those mastiffmen soldiers with thick hair on their bodies were even more miserable. The kerosene was poured on them as the bottles were broken, and were then immediately ignited. Their bodies quickly became lumps of fire. Not even rolling on the ground could extinguish those flames.

More fireballs flew over from the warehouse to the place where the soldiers were concentrated. This caused the soldiers who had just been recruited by Klein and had not trained much to immediately screamed and dispersed. Some even threw away the weapons in their hands and ran away to the distance.

“Follow me and charge!” Nina shouted promptly.

She definitely would not miss out on this opportunity!

Sword flash! A team leader that was still not aware of what had happened hurriedly brought his subordinates through the back door to act as reinforcement and got cut into two. The soldiers cried out in alarm. They stopped and hurriedly lifted their crossbows to shoot at the silver-haired swordswoman. But when the distance was this close, they realized they had no chance to launch an attack. The giant sword in Nina’s hands slammed into the crowd. Flesh and blood flew everywhere, causing these recruits to completely lose their will to fight.

Klein roared with despair and resentment, but his hands were already burned until they were dripping blood. In this kind of situation, he could never be the opponent of that Moon Lady.

“Stop them!” he commanded loudly while his figure rapidly retreated into the dark.

The wolfmen madly chased after the soldiers who were running away. This kind of fight that allowed them to use the few to beat the many was a first for them, not to mention the opponents were from the regular army.

“Don’t get tangled with them!” Nina ordered loudly.

There were nearly a thousand soldiers in the entire Leimu Town. If it was not for the chaos created by the fire and accidentally killing Wals, the garrison troops’ highest person in charge, even if it was just facing a complete squadron or even ten war wolves, they would absolutely have no chance to win.

“Let’s go!” she commanded her subordinates loudly.

The wolfmen reluctantly withdrew from their pursuit, took up their injured companions, and quickly followed her towards the town wall.

Wu Qingsong was not good with this kind of rapid movement where they climbed up and down in the dark and gradually fell behind, while Ling was weak because of malnutrition all year round and was no better than him. Nina looked back …

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