Chapter 325: Collision: Part 2
Lin Sheng checked all the instruments one by one to make sure they operated normally. Most of these instruments were what the research institute used. He had just remade them according to what he knew in the memories. But some were upgraded versions. There were also materials for the experiment’s needs in Blackfeather City.
“This could be my base in Miga.” Lin Sheng could not have more been satisfied with the result.
“I have digested the two Hearts of the Damned that I got during the mission. My physique has got some enhancement.” He was curious about the Hearts of the Damned. Bearing in mind that his initial physical strength had reached an unbelievably strong level. Although he had not tested it, it should above suppressor-class. Yet, the Hearts of the Damned had further enhanced it on this basis. That only showed that this thing had versatile applicability.
“About the dark spirits…” Lin Sheng was considering building a dark-spirit channel. Blackfeather City’s historical record had mention of this spell, which the magicians called it the Otherworld Gate. A powerful spell, it could connect with the otherworld and bring the otherworldlings into this world. But this spell required the use of a sufficiently powerful energy core.
“If it’s in the sanctum, I can use the holy power font as the energy core. Too bad, this is Miga.” Lin Sheng pondered the plan. He could use dark spirits as a long-term source of soul power. If he wanted a long-term supply, it was best to build the Otherworld Gate. Otherwise, he would have to use living flesh and blood as a sacrifice each time he conducted a summoning ritual. Eventually, the other Darksiders would find out.
“Still, there are the shades.” Lin Sheng was deep in thought. “The study of the shades requires a lot of soul power.” If he could mass-produce the shades, then he could solve the supply of soul power.
Suddenly his phone beeped. He received a text message on his phone. Lin Sheng seldom gave out his number. Those who had his contact number were mostly people important to him. So even if it was a text message, it was unlikely to be spam. He picked up his phone and glanced at it. A surprised look spread across his face.
Mylissa tried to pull off a surprise attack, but a red thread wrapped around her arm, flinging her away into the distance. She crash-landed on the pasture and could no longer get up.
When the high-energy power on the red thread and the high-density dark energy collided with her dark energy, she collapsed in an instant. Mylissa had never expected that human’s dark energy could be this dense and strong. The dark energy of the maid in the red dress, when compared with that of them, was like the difference between steel and tofu.
On the grass in front of the fortress lay many bodies on the ground. A few cowards were spared the same fate because they just stood by and watched.
Meanwhile, core figures, like Margaret, kneeled on one knee on the ground as dark-energy green light burst out on her body, trying to resist the overpowering red light. But her resistance was futile. She sweat profusely while the maid in the red dress remained cool. It just showed how big the gap in strength between them.
On the other hand, the professor’s granddaughter, Milla, was the strongest at the scene. She was the only one who could resist the attack of over a dozen red threads. Just looking at the dozens of red thread fluttering behind the maid in the red skirt, she knew that there was no hope for her to win the battle.
Milla was desperate to get away, but a slight carelessness had her chest whipped by a red thread, tearing open her outer garment to expose her brassiere inside. Milla was wearing a slim-fit thin outfit. Although unharmed, the tearing of her outfit made her blush in humiliation. She was furious.
“Miss. Milla, now that you have started a fight, you should be prepared for the immediate consequences.” Shamika laughed.
“Unauthorized use of the mysterious realm’s array and blocking us from leaving. You’re the one who first violated the code of conduct.” Shamika kept looking at Milla’s breasts.
“Enough! Shamika!” Margaret yelled. “This is Miga, not your family fiefdom in Olro! Put your disgusting face away!”
“Oh, you still have the strength to cry?” sneered the maid in the red skirt. Her face was dead cold with more than a dozen red threads shooting out from behind her.
Margaret dropped to the ground, hit by the red threads.
Some conscious students tried to climb to their feet in anger. But they had lost their strength after getting whipped by the red threads. They could barely move their muscles.
Suddenly, Margaret and Mila finally fell to the ground and could not fight back.
“That’s all you got?” Shamika glanced around. “It’s over?”
“They’re all sh*t fighters,” said the maid in the red skirt with a look of disdain on her face. “It’s time to leave, Young Master.”
Shamika shook her head in disappointment and looked at Margaret on the ground.
“This is what you have learned after four years in Miga?”
Margaret gritted her teeth, her body shivering. She struggled to hold herself up. But no matter how hard she tried, she could not break away from the red threads.
There was an absolute qualitative gap between their dark energies. Not a little but a huge distance. She burst into tears. For the past four years, she worked so hard and practiced day and night. Not a single moment she forgot the helplessness and pain when she was in Olro. She worked hard for four years and sacrificed for four years. Yet what did she get?
“Margaret, you are not cut out for this. Shamika shook his head. “Just stay at the bottom.” He reached out, removed the gloves, and threw them on the ground. “You look like a dog now.” After he said that, he turned, brought the maid along, and left.
Margaret’s pretty face turned pale in an instant, tears blurring her eyes. She did not know what to say nor how to react. She just wanted to cry. Crying her heart out.
Coming back to the exit, Shamika looked back at Milla. “Shouldn’t you open it now?”
Milla lowered her head, extending her hand in pain to gesture her fingers in the void.
The dark air dispersed and Shamila strode out through the entrance.
Suddenly, a ring of dark green ripples exploded at the entrance with a loud boom. Dark energy expanded like a horrifying vortex of seawater. It oscillated and spread into what looked like a dark-green flower of over ten meters in diameter.
Before the young master and maid could react, the violent shock wave from the explosion blew them out like artillery shells. At last, they crash-landed in the field in the far distance, leaving behind a several-meter-wide, half-meter-deep mud pit.
Lin Sheng emerged from the dark-energy ripples at the entrance, his hair cascading down his shoulders.
“I think I’ve hit something.” Puzzled, he raised his hand, the sea of dark energy around him disappearing into his hand like a whale sucked in seawater.
All the students were in awe.