Nothing Felt Right For Him
Translator:EndlessFantasy TranslationEditor:EndlessFantasy Translation
The little fatty was drenched in sweat, too. “The sun never sets. It has been, and will always be, right up there.”
Di Hao could feel his head spinning already.
To make matters worse, he was there as a spirit.
Under his current ‘soulful’ circumstances, he preferred the shade to the light. An average human’s soul would not even make it in the light. It would perish as soon as it touched a glimpse of sunlight.
But Di Hao was the master of heavenly law, which granted his soul an immense power to stay alive even under the sun. He could even make himself a physical body solely by solidifying elements from the air. No one could possibly tell the difference.
For the past five days, Di Hao was stranded in the desert. Nothing felt right for him.
He became even more frustrated when he saw the little fatty next to him.
If it had not intercepted him, he would have long discovered where Fan Qianshi was hiding. All of his problems would have been solved right there.
When he noticed that something was not quite right, he decided to use the Tracing Spell to check it out. Coincidentally, his spell collided with the Dream Entering Spell from the candle dragon.
Di Hao had a general idea of how the spell of a candle dragon worked, so he immediately realized that Fan Qianshi must be behind it.
He had quite a hard time trying to find out Fan Qianshi’s location, so the interruption was an opportunity he could use. The boy acted as if he was struggling just to cause a scene.
However, seeing his struggles prompted the candle dragon to comfort him. It promised that no harm would be done. Its master was only asking him to go as a guest.
Di Hao did not trust its words, of course. So, in order to make his struggle look more convincing, he continued to act like he was trying to break free throughout the journey, only on a milder scale.
They were passing by the desert just when he thought that he had put up enough of a show and was ready to fight for real. But it was then that the pink candle dragon suddenly jumped in. It decided to help.
The pink candle dragon’s Kung Fu was not very strong, so it could not be considered as an opponent at all. Nevertheless, the black candle dragon that belonged to Fan Qianshi was obviously awestruck at the sight of the pink candle dragon. In an unexpected twist, the black one decided to back off like a gentleman with its eyes glistening with love.
Therefore, Di Hao was left stranded here in the desert, along with the pink candle dragon.
The candle dragon was only trying to be helpful, though it was not what Di Hao wanted. Nonetheless, he never complained about it and thanked the candle dragon for its interception.
It did not take long before he realized the severity of his situation. He was told that the sun never sets in the desert and that he would never be able to leave.
The place was so strange, and so was the fatty.
When Di Hao first arrived, the fatty thought it was invisible to him.
It squatted right in front of him and carefully studied his body from head to toe with both eyes locked on him in close proximity like it was studying a very rare specimen.
Di Hao did not find it comfortable, so he politely asked what it was up to.
At the time, the fatty seemed rather shocked by the question. “Wait, you can see me?”
Di Hao was, in turn, surprised by its lack of observation. How could he not see its big body lying around in front of him? Its body was so huge that it covered half of his sight.
He assured the candle dragon that he could see it, entirely, even the lantern that was hanging on top of its head.
He was pretty sure that his answer was ordinary and straightforward, which was nothing to be excited about, but the fatty reacted very differently. Enthusiastically, it rose into the sky and made a swift circle in the air. It leaped into action with so much energy that the nearest sandy hill to them had collapsed. Even the ground was still a little shaky.