Daddy Fantasy World Restaurant - Chapter 2488
Chapter 2488: Slay the Golden Dragon, Enter the God’s Realm!
The golden Chinese words were carved on the sacred stele. A glow from somewhere shone on the words, making them shimmer under the light.
Mag was stunned!
This is the Underground City!
This was the holy item from the skies that the Underground City deemed as the source of law and regulation!
But… Chinese words were carved on it!
On top of that, the words were not traditional Chinese words. They were simplified Chinese words!
“Heavenly Questions” was a long poem by Qu Yuan. It was carved on this sacred stele and was in the center, the most striking part of the sacred stele.
Other than the Heavenly Questions, Mag looked around and saw different famous prose, formulae, theories, music… This could be considered an artifact of civilization’s history.
Among all the words, Mag saw a poem. It encompassed a huge country with a long history, through the passage of time, rising to a blue planet and captivating the universe.
All these things were not important!
What is important is why it appeared here?
It had only been a year since he had transmigrated over here but this sacred stele had existed for at least 30,000 years!
The timeline did not make sense!
Mag was sure that this sacred stele came from Earth. The Earth he grew up in.
The system fell silent for a very long time before it let out a soft word. “F*ck!”
However, it quickly deduced for itself:
“God pulled your soul out and threw it at a particular time stamp in the course of time.
“Therefore, you may think that you’ve just transmigrated over from Earth but you might have actually transmigrated over to this era of Earth, 50,000 years later, on the Norland Continent.
“In these 20,000 years, the flower planting families’ country flourished and the blue planet rose, sweeping across the Universe. In order to display its prowess and spread its teachings, it launched several sacred steles.
Doesn’t that make sense?”
Mag remained silent for a very long time. It did seem to make sense.
When he transmigrated, the flower planting families seemed to have launched the Heavenly Questions. Great, so after conquering the Universe, it started degenerating? Or was this a form of continuation?
Separated by endless galaxies and across millions of years, when he saw this sacred stele filled with Chinese words, Mag could not help but get teary-eyed. He felt an inexplicable sense of pride.
No matter what, I was born in a flower planting family and grew under the red flag. That is pride!
As he lamented, Mag could not help but grow curious about how to comprehend the laws of this stele.
To the citizens of the Underground City, these squarish words were unintelligible.
However, he was different. Although there were some contemporary prose, poems, and theories that he could not understand, he had no problem reading them. There were even some classical poems and prose that he was familiar with.
This was not a world with high education.
However, upon closer inspection, Mag realized that surrounding the sacred stele were rotating laws and there seemed to be a certain cycle formed between the laws and the sacred stele.
Mag swept a glance at the representatives who had entered the world of the sacred stele together. They looked at the sacred stele blankly, seemingly trying very hard to understand something but their efforts were futile.
According to the rules, comprehension starts once a person enters the world of the sacred stele.
There were no other limiting rules other than not disturbing others and leaving on time.
Mag suppressed his emotions and sat crossed-legged right in front of the sacred stele as he watched the rotating laws around the sacred stele.
As a demi-god, he was no stranger to laws.
The Underground World and the Norland Continent had things in common. To break through to immortality, one has to master one law.
Upon mastering a law, a 10th-tier powerhouse would then be able to cast a law force field.
A demi-god would be able to use the law in his battles and not be restricted to a law force field. Therefore, in a battle, the demi-god would have better flexibility and be in a more advantageous situation. Thereby being able to thrash a 10th-tier powerhouse.
Meanwhile, an extraordinaire has absolute control over a law. He could be one with the law and make his body a part of the law, therefore extending his lifespan.
Therefore, from the 10th-tier onwards, the important thing was to understand the law, and this was not replaceable through training.
Mag observed the laws on the sacred stele for a very long time. The law swam around like a dragon. Mag’s vision was going blurry and yet he still had not gotten anything out of it.
An hour later, Mag’s eyes lit up suddenly as he gained an epiphany.
After several failures trying to interpret the flowery law with no pattern, Mag stared at a single law for a very long time before finding a pattern.
The laws around the sacred stele appeared to be moving without any pattern but they were all rotating around a section of words, as though the law was created by that section of words.
Mag observed very carefully again. The movement of several laws had proven his conjecture right. These laws were indeed rotating around a certain section of words.
On this sacred stele, the Heavenly Questions had the most number of laws and power.
“Reading it doesn’t solve the problem. Could it possibly be sung?” Mag thought for a while. After that, he tried reading out in Chinese, “Since the beginning of ancient times, who has been there to lead the flow of life…”
Just as he started singing, Mag was enshrouded by a cloud of white smoke immediately.
At the top of the sacred stele, countless laws started moving hysterically, as they accelerated, forming a bright light.
“What’s going on? Do I really have to use singing in Chinese to unlock it?!” Mag was shocked upon seeing the strange phenomenon. However, since something different had happened to the sacred stele, it was no time to stop. He continued chanting,
“Where did the world come into being before it took shape?
“Who knows where darkness did end, when light and shade did blend?
“When primal matter was the only form, How could it be recognized?
‘Brightness became bright and darkness became dark; What has caused them to be like this…?”
As Mag recited the Heavenly Questions, the sacred stele changed. The countless laws actually broke free from the stele and transformed into a five-clawed golden dragon in the air, dashing towards Mag who was beneath it.
A terrifying aura came crashing down. Its sharp claws twinkled coldly, as though it wanted Mag to bow down to it.
Could bowing down to it make him a god?
Mag did not stop reciting the poem. However, as he watched the five-clawed golden dragon, he squinted his eyes a little.
Other than the aura of the diving five-clawed golden dragon, there was a tempting voice in his heart that told him to bow down in order to obtain the five-clawed golden dragon’s powers.
Just as the five-clawed golden dragon closed in, its fifth claw reached toward Mag’s head. Just then, a black sword appeared in Mag’s hand. Mag turned and flipped onto the dragon’s back as he stabbed the sword right into the dragon’s body.
The five-clawed golden dragon disintegrated immediately and transformed back into the laws as they swarmed toward Mag’s body.
Mag felt his body fill up, bursting before healing. It was once again filled up and burst, and the cycle continued.
There were countless laws on the sacred stele and they all stopped rotating at this moment. Streaks of essential energy flowed out of the sacred stele and into Mag’s body.
The strange phenomenon from the sacred stele caused strange phenomena in the world of the sacred stele and the Underground World.
In the sky above the stele, a vortex suddenly formed, sucking up all the energy from the sky and earth into the stele.
Colors changed and the world became dim, as though the end of the world was impending.
“What’s going on?!”
The three Extraordinaires guarding the place entered the sacred stele almost at the same time. They watched as colors streamed out from above the sacred stele. There were even essential energies of the laws leaking out. Greed overwhelmed them.
Back then, they had only absorbed one law into their body and slowly cultivated it to become an Extraordinaire.
It was already a blessing that they could be recognized by the sacred stele and receive one law.
Right now, there were countless essential energies from the laws seeping out. It was as though anyone could take them. That was the ultimate temptation to any Extraordinaire.
Almost at the same time, all the Extraordinaires in the Underground City felt something.
Be it those who went into seclusion or those who were having a whale of a time, all of them put down whatever they had on hand and rushed towards the sacred stele.
No one knew what else was ahead after becoming an Extraordinaire.
However, all the Extraordinaires wanted to improve further and the only way was to strengthen the essential energy of the law in their bodies.
It was undoubtedly a great opportunity for any Extraordinaire now that the vital energy of the sacred stele was seeping out.
The first to arrive outside of the sacred stele world were three black-robed men with golden masks. They were enveloped in a cold, eerie aura, causing people around them to back away hundreds of meters automatically. They were looked upon with fear and respect.
They were the Immortels. This mysterious and powerful group had become known to the public since the military notice was published.
These three mysterious people with golden masks were three of the Ten Hall Masters from the Immortel group. No one knew which three of the 10 they were.
However, no matter which three they were, the status of the Hall Masters meant that they were already Extraordinaires and were the cream of the crop among the Underground City’s powerhouses.
Further out, a crowd of tens of thousands had gathered to watch. When they saw that Extraordinaires had arrived at the scene, they were even more certain that something strange had happened to the sacred stele. That was why these three Extraordinaires came over.
“Big Brother, the essential energy for the laws is seeping out. This is indeed very strange. However, this could help us increase our powers. Even if we just absorb one of them, we might very well be able to master a second law,” the small and skinny man in a black robe on the left said telepathically.
“That’s right. Big Brother, we’d better enter before those old fogeys arrive. Otherwise, it’ll be harder when it gets crowded,” the tall and fat man in a black robe on the right said.
The man in a black robe in the middle looked up into the distance and said in a low voice, “They’re already here.”
Just as he finished his words, a stream of light shone from the horizon. Several silhouettes with strong auras appeared in front of the sacred stele in the blink of an eye.
They were the three Extraordinaires from the Dixon Family. They exchanged glances with the men in black robes and quickly looked away without any interaction.
Soon afterwards, the Extraordinaires from the Top Ten Families started arriving. They gathered outside the world of the sacred stele and did not make any rash moves.
“Such a strange phenomenon has never happened before. What has caused it?” an old man said with a frown.
“A strange phenomenon from the sacred stele. Seems like someone is about to become an Extraordinaire.”
“We all became an Extraordinaire at the sacred stele but there wasn’t any strange phenomenon at the sacred stele back then. Why is it so now?”
“Could it be that a powerful and holy being is about to be born? Such a scene is only comparable to the recorded day of the arrival of the sacred stele.”
The Extraordinaires discussed fervently and all of them agreed that this was a strange sighting.
“Why did such a strange phenomenon happen all of a sudden? Could it be linked to Mag?” Ferdinand had also arrived at the scene. He was standing in a corner and there were two Extraordinaires from the military along with him.
The military was not far from here. On top of that, he paid more attention to this place since Mag was going to comprehend the sacred stele today. He rushed over immediately when the strange phenomenon happened.
When he broke through to become an Extraordinaire back then, he also caused a little resonance with the sacred stele. However, it was just a short moment of rays shooting out from the sacred stele.
The strange phenomenon today caused the color of the skies and earth to change. It was something that was not even recorded in history.
The representatives who entered today were all very talented people. There were only three 10th-tier powerhouses.
Ferdinand thought that Mag would probably be the only one who could cause the strange phenomenon at the sacred stele.
He just did not know what Mag had done to cause such a huge commotion. There were more than 30 Extraordinaires at the scene. Even the Extraordinaires from Tucker City had arrived.
“Let’s go. We’ll make a move first.” With the command of the First Hall Master, the three Immortel hall masters entered the world of the sacred stele at the same time.
Seeing that, the other Extraordinaires also rushed into the sacred stele’s realm, afraid that they would lose the opportunity if they were even a step slower.
Upon entering the sacred stele’s realm, the Extraordinaires, who were all floating in mid-air, were all pressed down to the ground. They had never felt such a horrifying aura and it was coming from the sacred stele.
At that time, all the representatives who had entered the sacred stele’s realm earlier were all crouching on the ground motionlessly, with fear written all over their faces.
Only the three Extraordinaires who were guarding the place were sitting cross-legged 10 meters away from the sacred stele with their eyes closed in meditation. A law streamed out from the sacred stele into their glabella.
The Extraordinaires were all very familiar with this pose. They were trying to guide the law into their bodies to master their second law.
A strange phenomenon had happened at the sacred stele today and the laws were leaking out. It seemed that the laws could be absorbed rather easily, so this was a great opportunity.
After the group of Extraordinaires entered the realm, they all sat cross-legged and started trying to guide the laws into their bodies so that they could master a second law.
The First Hall Master of the Immortel Great hall glanced at the Extraordinaires who started guiding the laws into their bodies and shifted his gaze to a space somewhere else. That seemed to be the end of the vortex and the source of the strange phenomenon.
The Extraordinaires were all guiding the laws carefully into their bodies but countless sources of laws were gushing towards somewhere in the abyss.
Even an Extraordinaire like him who had existed for tens of thousands of years could still feel the fear after sensing the horrifying source of the laws.
After the fear came greater greed.
In his 10,000 years of life, he had already cultivated his fourth source of law. However, there was still a large gap to that legendary realm of being immortal.
However, he saw an opportunity in this change.
If he could replace that fellow in that space and guide all the laws into his body, he would be the true body of the laws and would therefore reach the immortal realm.
A black shuttle appeared, its lights flashing at that space. Four colored laws surrounded it.
“Let me take a look at who brought about this strange phenomenon. I am fighting for this luck!”
The First Hall Master pointed with his right hand and the black shuttle shattered the space, tearing apart the fog and laws, piercing towards the abyss.
The black shuttle which pierced through the fog let out a soft thud, as though it had knocked into something hard somewhere. The laws shook a little and silence resumed quickly.
At that moment, Mag, who was enveloped in fog, opened his eyes as he looked at the black shuttle which had stopped 10 centimeters before his glabella. He heaved a sigh of relief.
If it were not for the laws’ automatic reaction to protect their owner, he definitely would not be able to block that blow from an Extraordinaire in his top form.
“Old dog, how dare you play dirty! I’ll show you who’s boss when I become a god!” Mag looked down at the men in black robes and golden masks. The Immortels had come knocking at his door.
As the source of laws flowed into his body, Mag felt as though his physical body had been reformed countless times. At this moment, it was as though every inch of his body had been reshaped to become a better vessel to contain all these laws, or rather, to become part of these laws.
This was a very painful process. However, Mag could also clearly feel himself understanding and controlling these laws at an alarming rate, including those he could not understand initially.
It was as though he was gifted with powers and no hard work was needed. All he had to do was to pull through it.
This felt… great!
The flower planting families are such a great help.
The First Hall Master felt that the shuttle hit something but the fog did not disperse. He had lost contact with the shuttle and that came as a shock to him.
This shuttle was his life treasure. It could break through any space and anything.
The First Hall Master’s expression changed. He was already running low on energy and stamina. Even if he could still pull through a 1000 years, he would still die. If he misses this opportunity, there might not be similar opportunities in the future.
After many dilemmas, he made up his mind.
His black robe fluttered and he rose slowly, against the pressure, towards the core of the vortex.
“Is that old fellow Xuanming trying to snatch my luck?!” Ferdinand was not in a rush to guide the laws into his body so he was the only Extraordinaire around that saw the First Hall Master move.
Besides, after coming in, he had taken a good look at everyone around. Only Mag was missing. It seems Mag was indeed the one who caused this.
Mag could bring about such a strange phenomenon despite it being his first time comprehending the sacred stele. That showed how talented he was. Could he be the Chosen One?
After second thoughts, Ferdinand chose not to do anything and watched Xuanming rise slowly towards the core where the laws were the most erratic.
Among the Extraordinaires of the Underground City, Xuanming was the most mysterious. No one knew how long exactly he had lived for and he was definitely the strongest of them all.
He watched Xuanming’s attack just now and could tell that the latter had already mastered four laws.
The Extraordinaires here were already ecstatic over the chance to obtain their second law.
The Immortels were Ferdinand’s biggest threat. If Xuanming could be gotten rid of with the help of the sacred stele, the pressure on the Top 10 families could be greatly reduced.
Xuanming rose to the skies and entered the area where the laws were the most violent.
Several laws passed through his black robe and surged into his body.
His gold mask exploded, revealing his ghastly wrinkled face underneath. His deep-set eyes looked like two balls of green flames, burning in a skull.
Xuanming let out a terrible cry but his body could not be filled with the laws. He transformed into a vortex and started sucking in the sources of laws from the sacred stele.
As the laws entered his body, Xuanming’s wrinkly face started becoming visibly younger. His flesh became supple and his stamina started increasing.
“This old fellow is quite something.” Mag glanced at Xuanming and then at the prose on the tip of the sacred stele. He chanted, “The Tao, which can be told, is not the true Tao; The Name, which can be named, is not the true Name…”
The moment he started chanting, the sacred stele space started shaking again. Celestial music played and golden lotuses appeared beneath Mag’s feet as he stepped up toward the top of the sacred stele.
Xuanming watched in awe, through the fog, at this miraculous sight.
He wanted to rise higher to absorb more luck but he was locked there and was unable to rise further.
Mag chanted the Tao Te Ching and continued stepping up as lotuses appeared with each step. The laws entering his body revolved around him and automatically fused into him. His body was no longer just a vessel.
After 9000 steps, Mag reached the top of the sacred stele.
At this moment, the laws had been revolving around him for 9000 rounds.
His physical body had already become transparent with countless laws moving around inside, as though he was a god.
Just then, a purple ordeal lightning struck from above, right on Mag’s head.
The thunderstrike enveloped Mag.
A moment later, the thunderstorms dispersed and the vortex in the sky disappeared.
Mag opened his eyes. He was clad in a golden dragon war armor and was standing 9000 meters above the ground.
Two golden rays cast down to the ground, as though one was looking down at them.
That day, Mag slayed the golden dragon and was blessed by the sacred stele to enter the god’s realm.
Mag also had this realization. He put on his mask.
“Congratulations on completing your God of Cookery test training to become the God of Cookery!
“Ultimate gift package obtained: Recipe for Manchu Han Imperial Feast!
“All areas of the restaurant are unlocked!”
Just then, the System’s excited voice rang in Mag’s mind together with the tacky fireworks effect.
“God of Cookery? You must have gotten it wrong.” Mag raised his eyebrow and felt that the System had gone haywire.
“A chef cannot just be a god. But you are a chef and you’ve become a god. Therefore, you are the God of Cookery. That is totally reasonable!” the System said rightfully.
Mag thought about it carefully. That kind of made sense. In any case, all he had to do was keep the gift package. Amy had been talking about eating the Manchu Han Imperial Feast for a very long time.
The fog around the sacred stele dispersed. The laws seeping out from the tip of the sacred stele immediately stopped flowing out. All the Extraordinaires who were trying to absorb the laws were interrupted.
Xuanming let out an angry howl but he could not retain the retreating laws.
The skies cleared up and everyone subconsciously looked up at the silhouette in golden armor standing 9000 meters in the air.
An ordinary person could not see anything but an Extraordinaire could clearly see.
“It’s him! That fellow from the Norland Continent!” Xuanming shouted hysterically.
The man in golden armor had a black-and-white mask on. It was difficult to see his face but he was also recognized at first glance because of his mask. It was the fellow from the Norland Continent who ruined things for the Immortel group.
“How did this fellow barge into the Underground City?”
“Why can he absorb such horrifying sources of laws?”
The Third Hall Master and Fifth Hall Master were equally enraged.
The other Extraordinaires also heard the conversation between the three Hall Masters of the Immortels.
The Norland Continent and the Underground City were just next to each other. Due to its lack of resources, the Norland Continent had always been belittled.
However, a young Almost-Extraordinaire had recently surfaced on the Norland Continent. This matter had been spreading around but the Extraordinaires were not concerned about him.
However, today, such a strange phenomenon had happened at the sacred stele, and this fellow who had absorbed so many sources of laws was actually from the Norland Continent. This caused a huge commotion among the Extraordinaires.
“Becoming an Extraordinaire in a day. It’s him indeed. I just don’t know if this is a good or bad thing for the Underground City.” Ferdinand looked at Mag with a serious expression. The way things had turned out was already beyond his control.
“He actually really became an Extraordinaire!” Xi was in disbelief as she looked at the masked man in golden armor high up in the sky through her telescope.
“Kill him while he’s just become an Extraordinaire!” Xuanming’s gaze was filled with murderous intent. After saying that, he had already lept into the air, dashing towards Mag.
Upon hearing that, the other two hall masters also had the same murderous gaze. They rose up and got ready to join hands to kill Mag, who had just become an Extraordinaire.
Mag glanced at the three men in black robes accelerating up towards him. He smiled under his mask.
After becoming a god, he would naturally need to have a weapon befitting his status.
Mag reached his hand out towards the sacred stele.
The sacred stele started rocking vigorously. A crack formed on its tip and a silver longsword flew out from within the sacred stele.
The sword was a meter long. Its tip glistened under the light. Laws revolved around it and there were the words “Heavenly Questions” inscribed at the hilt.
“Thank you for the gift.”
Mag gave his thanks silently.
With the sword in his hand and the laws linked with it, it was as though the sword was a part of him.
At the same time, the three silhouettes from below had already arrived before him.
Xuanming looked at the sword in Mag’s hand greedily. This weapon would make him invincible if he could get his hands on it.
A dark shuttle broke through the space and appeared behind Mag’s head. Black laws revolved around it and its dark and corrosive aura was so strong that the space could also be corroded by it.
Mag did not look back. However, when the shuttle was 10 centimeters from Mag’s head, it stopped abruptly and was unable to advance further.
“How is this possible?!”
Xuanming was stunned. The sources of laws that he had absorbed helped him increase greatly in power. He had already surpassed the Extraordinaire level.
However, his laws were suppressed completely at this moment.
The other two men in black took action at the same time. A black spatial hole disappeared beneath Mag’s feet without a sound. Shooting stars exploded into vibrant fireworks above Mag’s head. But nothing could get close to him.
“We are reasonable people. You can learn what is given to you but you cannot force it upon yourself. More importantly, you should not be hitting your ancestors with your ancestors’ things.” Mag raised the sword in his hand slowly and pointed it at Xuanming as he said in a bright voice, “Immortel, you have caused trouble in the Norland Continent and killed the Elf queen. I will kill you today so that it can be a lesson learned for all.”
Mag’s voice echoed around the sacred stele realm so all the Extraordinaires present could hear.
Even when the three Extraordinaires joined hands, they could not hurt Mag at all. The Extraordinaires were all stunned. When they heard Mag’s words, they were even more shocked.
Xuanming’s expression changed. With a command, he split into three, and then into nine, before escaping in all directions.
The other two hall masters turned as pale as a sheet when they saw that Xuanming had abandoned them, they all executed their escape tactics. One of them disappeared into the space while the other teleported.
The Heavenly Questions sword in Mag’s hand disappeared and transformed into a ray of light, piercing through nine shadows in the space, and stabbing right through Xuanming, who was invisible, pinning him to the sacred stele.
Following that, Mag punched the space and the third hall master who disappeared into the space was squashed and turned to mush as he fell to the ground.
The Heavenly Questions Sword disappeared once again. On the rooftop of the Twin Towers miles away, a silhouette stepped out from a teleportation portal and was immediately impaled. He fell to the ground with his eyes wide open.
The Heavenly Questions Sword returned back into Mag’s hand. It gleamed under the light and there was not a trace of blood.
Mag took a step out and disappeared from Tucker City.
That day, the 10th Hall Master of the Immortels died on the streets. All the secret hideouts were raided. The Immortel group ceased to exist in the Underground City from then on.
At the foot of the sacred stele, the Extrodinaires looked at the two bodies lying on the ground speechlessly.
A fellow who had just become an Extraordinaire could actually kill three experienced Extraordinaire powerhouses as easily as killing ants. His powers and skills would send shivers down the spine of all the Extraordinaires.
Without a doubt, if they were the ones who went forward, they would not be able to escape the sword.
On top of that, the warning of that man was still ringing in their ears. He declared that he would kill the Immortels because they caused trouble in the Norland Continent. It was a brazen speech but also a frightening speech.
The Extraordinaires escaped in a frenzy, all returning to their homes to guard their family.
“I’m afraid this man will be the greatest downfall of the Underground City. I was too rash.” Ferdinand sat in his military vehicle with a serious expression as he returned to the military.
“What will he do after killing the Immortels?” Xi also had a serious expression. Mag, who had become a god, seemed so far away and strange to her all of a sudden. No one dared to go near him and no one dared to size him up.
Very quickly, the news of the Immortels’ deaths spread to the Plutocrats.
The large organization with tens of thousands of years of accumulated power, with the top 10 Extraordinaires, countless Almost-Extraordinaires, and 10th-tier powerhouses, was completely annihilated just like that, leaving nothing behind.
The Plutocrats were all worried about their safety. They activated their defenses and all the powerhouses returned to guard their family.
Just when everyone was guessing who Mag would be targeting next, he returned to Tucker City and called representatives from the Plutocrats to go to the Twin Towers for a negotiation.
Akali had just finished getting people to move the corpses away when she saw a golden silhouette descend from the sky, landing on the balcony.
“He… he … he…”
Akali opened her eyes and mouth wide, fully displaying how shocked she was.
The elders in the Family had previously warned everyone in the family to avoid this extremely dangerous man in golden armor and called all the core members of the Family back immediately.
She stayed here because she was trying her luck and was also trying to be rebellious. If that terrifying powerhouse from the Norland Continent really wanted to exterminate the Dixon Family, she would be safe here instead.
Only, she would never expect that instead of going to Dixon Manor, this man went to the Twin Towers, where she was at.
Mag looked at the woman before him. Her hair was still damp and she was in a bathrobe. She looked as though she had just come out from the shower. Her cheeks were slightly blush red and the loose-fitting bathrobe was unable to hide her voluptuous figure. However, Mag found that her shocked expression and the look in her beautiful eyes, rather funny.
Back then on WeTwit, she would always call him Big brother very fondly. Sometimes, she would tease him and even thought of keeping him as her gigolo. Why did she feel scared now that she finally saw him in real life?
After killing so many people, Mag could not help but feel a little tired.
Mag sat down on the lounge chair at the side. He looked at Akali and said, “Dance for me.”
Akali froze. She swallowed back her pleas to be let off that she was about to blurt out. At the same time, she suppressed the thoughts of using her looks and exchanging her 20-year virginity for her life.
This god who casually exterminated the Immortels and killed several Extraordinaires actually wanted to watch her dance?
She didn’t know how to…
No, at this time, she had to fake it till she made it.
Behind Akali, the maids and bodyguards all had varying shocked expressions. They wanted to step forward but the terrifying aura Mag released had rendered them immobile.
“All of you, leave. Leave this floor.” Akali ordered them.
The strongest guard present was just an Almost-Extraordinaire. He would probably die from just one stare.
Although the bodyguards appeared to hesitate, they still abided by her orders and left the top floor.
Akali calmed herself down and smiled. She looked at Mag and said, “I can’t really dance. Why don’t I do a striptease for you.”
Now it was Mag’s turn to be stunned.
He just wanted to cleanse his eyes with some pure beauty after seeing so much blood to calm himself down, before meeting the Plutocrats for a negotiation.
He did not expect Akali to suggest a striptease.
Mag remained calm.
Akali bit her lower lip. She blushed. She thought that Mag would reject her suggestion and tell her to do something else. She did not expect him to be so direct.
However, she cannot take back her words and she really did not know how to dance. In order to keep her life. Isn’t it just a striptease? Although she had never done it before, she had seen others do it quite a lot before.
A pole rose from the ground. Akali looked at Mag woefully. She started twirling around the pole and posing seductively.
The buttons on the loose-fitting bathrobe were slowly unbuttoned. After that, the bathrobe slid down Akali’s shoulder. There was a nude-colored thin nightgown underneath the bathrobe. Her long and smooth legs swayed gently from side to side…
Mag sat upright, seriously appreciating the performance.
Half an hour passed by in a blink of an eye. Akali picked up her clothes shyly and left after getting Mag’s permission.
Mag adjusted his armor as he stood by the balcony, looking down at Tucker City.
The city was majestic. It was a sight grander than any other city he had seen before.
Beneath the Twin Towers, the representatives from the Plutocrats had arrived, including Ferdinand, who came personally, representing the military.
There were more than enough meeting rooms in the towers.
Mag sat on one side alone, facing the representatives from the Plutocrat, Ferdinand from the military, and the president of the Underground City.
“I’ve already exterminated the Immortels. You already know the reason for that and the outcome of that.” Mag told the people sitting opposite him calmly, “I want to sign a Twin Tower treaty with you. The content is very simple. There are only two clauses:
“1. Ensure that the Underground City will not invade the Norland Continent in any way.
“2. Use your lives and assets to guarantee the first clause.”
Mag sounded very overbearing but the clauses were unexpected to them.
After displaying his unbelievable combat capabilities when killing the Immortels, the Plutocrats were already ready to submit to him.
In the end, that’s all?
To the Underground City, the Norland Continent was just barren land. After tens of thousands of years, the Underground City had an absolute advantage over the Norland Continent. However, they had never launched any large-scale invasions toward the Norland Continent.
To the Plutocrats, the two clauses that Mag raised were not disadvantageous to them at all.
Ferdinand was equally shocked. Mag was cruel in killing the Immortels and that was enough to evoke fear in the Plutocrats.
At a time like this, even if Mag demanded to be president, the Plutocrats would also consider making the president step down.
However, Mag did not want anything. He just requested for the Underground City to not invade Norland Continent.
He wanted to guard a world with a sword alone.
At this moment, Ferdinand grew to respect Mag even more.
This young man had foresight greater than everyone and absolute disregard towards power.
The Twin Tower treaty was signed very successfully. Neither party had any objections. They signed the contract very quickly and also made a blood pledge.
This was a very strong binding contract. Everyone there could confirm that.
“I am still very young and can live for a very long time. I will be able to see all of you live till the end of your time.” Mag put away the contract and gave everyone his blessings.
Everyone smiled but inside, they were shivering.
Mag got up and left.
Around 10 minutes later, in an abandoned building.
Ferdinand looked at Mag, who had changed into his regular clothes, with a complicated expression. “I don’t know if the decision I made back then was correct.”
“If you did not have the intention to invade the Norland Continent right from the start, I suppose you’ve made the right decision. At least I’ve helped you exterminate the Immortels directly. All that’s left are the Plutocrats who aren’t on the same team. It’s easy to settle them,” Mag said with a smile.
Ferdinand nodded. If he thought from that perspective, it was just like what Mag had said.
“I intend to return to the Norland Continent today. From now on, the Observer should be called the Ambassador to the Norland Continent and I only recognize Xi as the ambassador,” Mag continued speaking.
“Alright.” Ferdinand nodded. He did not have any objections to that.
According to the treaty they signed, Ferdinand did not intend to send any Observers to the Norland Continent again.
“I’ll get Xi to send you back,” Ferdinand said. After that, he sent a message to Xi.
Mag was okay with that. He wasn’t sure how to go back. He could not possibly poke a hole in the sky to go back.
Ferdinand left. Not long after, a familiar flying car parked outside the building.
Mag got in and looked at Xi, who had an aloof expression. He said with a smile, “Why? It has only been half a day and you can’t recognize me anymore?”
Xi relaxed her expression. it was as though a heavy burden was lifted off her mind. She looked at Mag. He did not seem different from when she saw him yesterday.
The man before her became a god through the sacred stele just now. He killed 10 Extraordinaires, exterminated the Immortel, and signed the Twin Tower treaty. He was akin to a murderer.
“Are you returning to the Norland Continent now?” Xi asked.
“No. I want to bring some souvenirs back for them,” Mag said with a smile.
This time, Xi did not reject him. She brought Mag to a trading building immediately.
Mag took the money he had gotten from the Immortel’s treasury and bought whatever he wanted, filling up three space magic rings before leaving.
The flying car was now a battleship. They passed through the space nodes and entered into the Norland Continent.
Mag felt a sense of familiarity when he saw the barren yet familiar scenery.
He did not expect that his six-day trip to the Underground World would become like this. He only wanted to take a look at that new world but he accidentally wreaked havoc there.
However, to him and the Norland Continent, it removed a giant threat.
Next, he’ll exact all his revenge. He was going to get rid of the Great Old Ones so that he could spend his remaining life in bliss with his wife and daughters.
The battleship stopped, suspended over Chaos City. Mag took a step out and suddenly, he appeared at the door of the Mamy Restaurant.
“Aye… when will Boss Mag be back? I’m about to starve to death!” Harrison grumbled as he bit into the pastry in his hand and looked towards the restaurant.
“Ahahah… This is so embarrassing… I can’t live anymore…”
At the top floor of the Twin Towers, Akali buried her head under her blankets in embarrassment and anger.