Chapter 349: Meeting Gary
He knew about Lugh’s situation. The young body of Big Mouth was not suitable as a source beast to ride on.
Thus, the careless Carter summoned the Savage Fang Hound and asked it to temporarily be Lugh’s mount to send him back.
Firstly, it was for Lugh’s mount, and secondly, it was to protect Lugh’s safety.
Savage Fang Hound was a Silver-grade source beast. It was a huge two-meter-long canine-type source beast. With its strong muscles and body size, it was more than enough to carry a hundred-pound Lugh. It could be considered a good transportation tool.
“Thank you, Uncle Carter.” After Lugh thanked Carter, he immediately turned around and sat on the Savage Fang Hound.
Lugh patted the Savage Fang Hound’s neck and said softly, “Let’s set off quickly. I’ll leave it to you.”
It was not the first time the Savage Fang Hound had seen Lugh. Usually, when Lugh came to study, he often threw food at it. The relationship between the Savage Fang Hound and Lugh could naturally be considered close.
“Woof, woof, woof!” The Savage Fang Hound replied meekly. Then, it took vigorous steps and ran in the direction of Lugh’s house.
“Lugh doesn’t know that his talent is outstanding. He is even more of a rare genius,” Village Chief Eddie said with a sigh as he watched Lugh leave.
A clear sound of the door opening was heard.
The house servant in the village chief’s house opened the main door. Lugh rode on the Savage Fang Hound and appeared at the main door.
“He’s out! The champion has appeared!” some villagers at the door said in surprise.
Lugh, who had previously proven himself with his strength, immediately attracted the attention of countless villagers.
Therefore, the villagers outside the door looked at Lugh curiously.
“I’m sorry, I have to send someone.” However, Lugh’s heart was eager to rush home at this moment, so he directly let the Savage Fang Hound pass through the crowd. He let the Savage Fang Hound quicken its pace and quickly flew in the direction of his own home.
The good friends of the village leaders who had been thinking of exchanging greetings outside the village chief’s house saw that Lugh did not say a word after leaving and hurriedly rode the Savage Fang Hound and left.
A villager who was almost hit by the Savage Fang Hound asked in puzzlement, “That was close. What happened to the champion? Why is he so anxious?”
Among the crowd, a person who lived near Lugh’s home said, “Don’t you know? Because Lugh went missing previously, someone went to the Forest of Despair to look for him. In the end, they found an outsider who claimed to be a friend of Lugh.”
“I see. It seems that this person is really very important to Lugh.” After the others found out the reason, they immediately sighed.
At this time, not far from the Village Chief’s house, a handsome man wearing a dark blue embroidered robe slowly walked over after planting ginkgo trees.
The pitch-black source energy unconsciously looked and spread out.
Lugh rode the Savage Fang Hound on the road in the village. With the familiar reading of the Savage Fang Hound, the efficiency of Lugh’s journey had increased by more than twice.
The cold wind blowing against his face blew up Lugh’s hair. For Lugh, the feeling of riding on a source beast for the first time was very novel.
However, at this time, Lugh was not in the mood to experience it. He was burning with anxiety and only wanted to hurry home to visit his friends.
After crossing countless familiar streets and residential areas, Lugh finally arrived at his home in half an hour.
A relatively large independent village house was located in the shade of green trees. The courtyard and interior were complete. It was a plain and exquisite courtyard house design compared to the other villagers.
Obviously, among the commoners in the village, Lugh’s home was not too bad. It could even be considered above average.
After settling the Savage Fang Hound, Lugh quickly pushed open the door and entered.
The moment he entered the room, he smelled the pungent smell of medicine.
His expression changed, and Lugh slowly walked towards the bedroom.
He silently walked to the door and saw a man of the same age with a fierce expression sitting in the bedroom.
This person was his adjutant, Gary.
Having noticed the movement, Gary turned around and saw Lugh at the door. He shouted in surprise, “Captain… Lugh! I’ve finally met you.”
At this moment, Lugh noticed the injuries on his body.
“Anything else, we’ll talk about it later. Now, lie down and recover from your injuries.” Seeing this, Lugh hurriedly ran to the bed and stopped him.
He was afraid that his wounds would worsen after they opened.
“Thank you, Captain Lugh. The injuries on my body haven’t healed yet. They’ll be fine in a few days,” Gary said slowly.
“Hmm, where’s Lucy? What happened to you guys?”
Hearing Lugh’s question, Gary revealed a bitter smile.
“Captain, we encountered a source beast horde. We had no strength and could only hide. In the end, I got separated from Lucy. Then, I fainted. I found that she left with a few people.”
Hearing the other party’s words, Lugh fell into deep thought
Logically speaking, Lucy was not an impulsive person. Instead, she was very calm. Why would she leave with others?
Without waiting for Lugh to ask, Gary said, “Those people should be people from the city. Lucy leaving with them should have something to do with it.”
Lugh nodded. Under the circumstances where the situation was unclear, he could only silently accept this.
After thinking for a while, Lugh said gently, “How about this? You first recuperate and then make plans. I will go prepare for the next operation.”
“Okay.” Gary nodded.
After that, Lugh went to do his own things.
He came to another room.
He took out the things he had obtained in a short period of time and carefully estimated them.
There were some source crystals and some spoils of war.
Source crystals were formed from source energy after all. If left outside for a long time, they would dissipate into the air.
Spirit Gathering Grass had the effect of surrounding and preserving source energy. When used to heal and preserve source crystals, it had a magical effect.
As for the Shadow Wolf’s teeth and claws, it washed them with clean water and then tied together with a string.
This source beast’s external body materials didn’t need special treatment.
The Poison Back Toad’s four poison sacs were wrapped in poison-resistant mud and grass leaves to form a small straw bag.
After tidying up these materials, Lugh put the materials and 1,000 gold coins into the space on his waist.
Although it was a ninth grade space pouch, it could store many things.
With just this little thing, storing it in the pouch was more than enough.
After he was done with the poison pouch, Lugh went to wash his hands to prevent his body from being accidentally poisoned.
“As expected, it’s a book that records the origin energy cultivation technique. There’s no rush when you’ve cultivated to the crocodile level. Let’s talk about it after you want to buy something in town,” Lugh said as he opened a small notebook and put it away after taking a glance at it.
This cultivation technique was called origin energy cultivation technique. Apart from relying on the strengthening of their origin beasts to improve their origin energy, the cultivation of their origin energy was also an important method to improve the quality of their origin energy. This cultivation technique was a basic cultivation technique for cultivating origin energy.
In the end, Lugh’s gaze fell on the secret insect cultivation technique, his eyes revealing a hint of anticipation.
Although Berkeley was only a wealthy merchant family, it had been established in the Iron Cloud Village for decades. Lugh had great expectations for Berkeley’s secret knowledge technique.
After roughly flipping through the book, Lugh roughly understood what was recorded in the book.
The book was divided into three large chapters: the cultivation chapter, the material chapter, and the miscellaneous chapter.
The cultivation chapter was very easy to understand. It was how to train the experience and skills of source beasts.
As the name implied, the material chapter recorded a large number of source beast materials. The final miscellaneous chapter recorded the types of source beasts, their habits, and a wide range of knowledge about various medicinal herbs
This knowledge was very difficult to obtain in the outside world. This was the secret knowledge that their family was not well known to the world.
Lugh was very satisfied with the secret knowledge in this book. Although most of the records were knowledge that he could not use, it also recorded a lot of very useful information.
For example, the miscellaneous section recorded.
How to develop a unique pill with insect attributes.
On the other hand, after reading the page marked in the catalog, Lugh carefully read through it. The content was about the same, it was about one page. Lugh quickly finished reading it.
Other than the crocodile medicinal ingredients and source beast ingredients that he needed, there were more things that he needed to pay attention to when developing a medicinal pill.
After scanning through the catalog once again and finding that there was nothing that he needed to look through, Lugh placed the secret technique book back into the space.
There was a lot of knowledge in this book that was very useful. In the future, Lugh would slowly learn and absorb it, studying the knowledge inside thoroughly.
It was already afternoon. Lugh was preparing to make a trip to the city before dark, so after he had prepared his things, he set off.
When he reached the courtyard, he put big mouth back into his subdued beast space, and Lugh walked towards the village courier station.