The Servant Boy And The Disciple (3)
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Qianshi still felt embarrassed. “I understand,” he firmly said.
“I only need a servant boy.”
“I can be your servant boy. Both of the boys chosen by the Emperor Immortal are not even half as smart as I am. Moreover, I have traveled enough to know better than them.” Qianshi added while pointing at the boys.
Timidly, both of them said nothing. They were too scared to talk back. Eventually, the Emperor Immortal assigned two children to be Gu Xijiu’s servants. There was a boy and a girl. Qianshi was the boy.
The girl was a match for Qianshi, whose name was Wu Qianyan.
At this point, the Tracing Spell had begun to burden Di Hao. His forehead was completely drenched in sweat as he buried his head in Gu Xijiu arms while pondering over his problems.
He never knew that his mother was somewhat related to Fan Qianshi in such unexpected ways. Also, the girl named Wu Qianyan caught his attention, too. He needed to figure out if she had anything to do with Wu Wuyan, the woman by Fan Qianshi’s side.
At that point in the dream, Fan Qianshi seemed very desperate to become Gu Xijiu’s disciple. Di Hao could not help but wonder if he had made it. After giving it some thought, Di Hao had a feeling that Fan Qianshi made it in the end. First of all, Fan Qianshi was indeed a rare talent. If he ended up becoming a disciple of some wicked man, he would grow up becoming a threat. As the creator of the universe, Gu Xijiu would definitely not hold any persistent feeling of annoyance against the young boy and would also not want him to fall into the wrong hands. Based on the reasoning, Di Hao believed that Fan Qianshi had eventually become her disciple.
The rejection must have been a test. She needed to observe if the boy really had the desire to be trained.
Di Hao was small in size but was no longer a child. He had lived through enough experiences to know the purpose behind Gu Xijiu’s every decision.He recalled all that he knew about the creator of the universe. Her character and appearance somewhat resembled his mother, but the creator had a mighty aura that clearly surpassed his mother’s.
Di Hao took a look at his mother again and cuddled up to her. He liked how his mother was at this moment.In her previous life, all she cared about was the world’s peace. Obviously, there were many responsibilities that she had to bear. She was more of a divine being who genuinely cared about her people and was not a person with feelings and emotions.
Therefore, Di Hao was desperate to find out what happened to the creator of the universe.He took a short rest for about two hours before continuing his search into Gu Xijiu’s past.
The return of the creator of the universe was a big deal to all six worlds. The creator of the universe was the one who made life possible in the very beginning. All human beings, animals, and even monsters were her creation. She was undoubtedly the sole ancestor and God that they all shared.
Before she became dormant, all beings lived together in harmony. But things took a bad turn in her absence. Without her, there were no rules and no restrictions. The complications then began, which led to a violent struggle for thousands of years.
The grudge and death over the numerous wars gave birth to ghosts and demons all around. The world had undoubtedly become a bad place. Therefore, the news of her return was widespread in every corner of the six realms. The kings and leaders of the Celestial Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Monster Kingdom, and the Devil Kingdom were eager to see her, each with different purposes, for they were all worried that she might show a discernible bias towards their enemy. Reasons were made up just so that they could meet her.
However, all of them were denied entry since none of them could make it through the wizardry barrier. Although her Kung Fu was badly depleted, the wizardry barrier remained unaffected. It was built with the very foundation of her divine power, so no one was able to break it unless they knew the same Kung Fu as her.
The Emperor Immortal was the only one who knew her as he was once placed under her service, so he had the chance of learning some bits of her Kung Fu.