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Chapter 1740

Xijiu, Is That You?

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Translator:EndlessFantasy TranslationEditor:EndlessFantasy Translation

The Firmament Stone was very arrogant lately. Since Gu Xijiu passed away, it was no longer willing to stay on that body. Thus, it was quietly glowing on the table now following the beat of Di Fuyi’s flute.

Gu Xijiu flew toward it and tried to communicate with it. Unfortunately, this fella did not respond to her at all. She tried more than ten times but nothing happened. She wanted to kick the table to release her frustration!

The Firmament Stone once told her it could always communicate with her without any barriers. However, it could not even sense her during this critical moment! Useless!

Sigh, she would have kicked its *ass if she could actually use her legs. It was strange that she could use her mouth though she could not feel her legs! She managed to pick up the prawn with her mouth earlier, right?

Usually, Gu Xijiu would never have any intimate action with the Firmament Stone. However, she could not be bothered anymore today! She lowered her body and tried very hard to pick up Firmament Stone…

The process was truly an indescribable experience. She had consumed almost all of her strength to pick the prawn earlier and now she was going to pick up the Firmament Stone which was ten times heavier and bigger in size than the prawn. It felt like an ant that was trying to move an elephant! She was not sure if she could even nudge it.

Initially, the Firmament Stone was blinking as it was counting the beats. Suddenly, it sensed something and immediately stopped blinking! Instantly, it stood vertically on the table and checked its surrounding!

‘Who is blowing at me?!”

‘Damn! Who is that?!’

‘Gosh! A ghost!!!!’

The Firmament Stone quickly rushed toward Di Fuyi and coiled around his wrist.

In fact, it was not afraid of ghosts because it could always see them. However, it did not see anything earlier but it could feel something was blowing at it. It even felt as though something was biting it.

The scariest thing is always something we cannot see. The Firmament Stone felt all the jades and gems on its body were standing up; hence, it quickly ran away.

Gu Xijiu was speechless.

Damn it, Little Cang!

Di Fuyi was interrupted by the Firmament Stone and played the wrong key. “What’s wrong?” asked Di Fuyi with a frown.

The Firmament Stone was trembling on his wrist. “There… There’s a ghost! Something is blowing at me, and… wants to bite me!”

Di Fuyi remained silent.

He also felt something was strange tonight. Instantly, he looked around and asked, “Xijiu, is that you?”

“It’s me! It’s me!” Gu Xijiu answered. However, no one could hear her.

Di Fuyi tried to use a few spells; however, nothing was found.

Gu Xijiu was sad and helpless. She fixed her eyes on the Firmament Stone and felt like tearing it into pieces! This fella was completely useless!

The Firmament Stone felt cold; hence, it coiled even tighter on Di Fuyi’s wrist. “I just feel something is glaring at me and wants to eat me…” mumbled the Firmament Stone.

Di Fuyi fixed his eyes on the plate as he sat there. The big prawn was still on the plate but it was already cold.

He asked with a dull tone, “Xijiu, was that you? If it’s you, can you push the prawn again? Just move it again if you’re here.” He lifted his hand and tore a small piece of prawn meat and placed it at the top of the dish. He even warmed the prawn.

Gu Xijiu had the urge to do it because she could bite the prawn earlier!

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