Translator:EndlessFantasy TranslationEditor:EndlessFantasy Translation
. When Di Fuyi and Di Hao were born, they were already immortals, and their spiritual power was above level ten. They could talk, run, jump, and even use their spiritual power to cast spells right after they were born. Meanwhile, Di Xuyue was an unusually small baby and had a lower spiritual power compared to her family members.
On a spectrum, Di Xuyue’s growth was more similar to that of a normal child. The only difference was that her progress was slightly faster. During her infancy, she was still weak and always needed people to carry her. But when she was three-months-old, she could sit on her own. When she was five-months-old, she could run. And, when she was six-months-old, she started to talk. After she turned one, Di Fuyi began to teach her some skills and spells.
Unlike with Di Hao, Di Fuyi and Gu Xijiu got to experience the entire process of raising a child.There were hardships and feelings of lethargy, but there was also a kind of warmth that could not be described. It was very fulfilling for Gu Xijiu to watch the little baby grow up and learn new skills.
As for Di Hao, he liked Di Xuyue very much. When Di Xuyue was still learning how to run, he often carried her around with him. After she could run, he often played together with her. Therefore, Di Xuyue always stayed around him like a mini shadow and loved addressing him as her ‘brother.’
Needless to say, Di Hao enjoyed her presence and appreciated having a younger sister. At this moment, he was older than her. As for the future… that was still a mystery.Di Hao had tried to recall anything he could remember about his family, but strangely, he could not recall any recent memory about his family before he crossed over to the past.
Perhaps the fate of his parents and sisters was unknown now, and they would have to re-walk this path that was recreated after so many things had changed. The future could be bright for them or dark. No one knew.He could no longer be the prophet now, so all he could do was to observe and take action step by step.
Of course, he also felt that this kind of life was delightful. He could stay with his parents and enjoy their care. He could also be there to watch his cute sister, who should be older than him, grow up and refer to him as her big brother!
Everything was good! Perhaps, the only thing that made Di Hao somewhat dumbstruck was the fact that he had turned into an adult when he was just three years old. However, after he traveled back to the past, it had been nearly six years, and he was still a child. He seemed to have only grown a little taller and looked like a seven or eight years old. It was no different from the growing speed of ordinary children.
Was it because something had happened when he crossed over? Or was it because he was always envious of other children who could be spoiled by their parents, so God granted him the chance to spend more time with his parents?
In fact, he should not complain about his physique. It did not matter to him that he was a child; what was more important was the spiritual power that he had accumulated over the years.He was now only at the level of a Golden Immortal. Hence, if he really encountered Fan Qianshi, his only strategy was to run away.
As for Di Fuyi, he was swamped rebuilding the Starry Crescent Land. The destruction of the wizardry barrier protecting the land required effort from him and the four messengers to restore. Furthermore, the people needed someone they could turn to in times of trouble. Hence, Di Fuyi had to appear to them as the Lord on several occasions to assure them that the future was bound to be bright.
After all, Gu Xijiu was focused on her two children. Since there was a perfect Lord available to help her, she was naturally happy to accept the assistance. In fact, she tried to return the position of the Lord to Di Fuyi several times, but Di Fuyi firmly rejected it. Therefore, Gu Xijiu had to maintain her status as the Lord of the Starry Crescent Land.
However, Di Fuyi also told her that they would not stay there for too long. Once their children grew up and the situation in the Starry Crescent Land became more stable, he would take them back to the Upper Bound.