Chapter 50
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In this chapter, we learn that the taoist leader treats the young man as a brother. The young man says that he's afraid that his master will treat him as a friend for life, and that's why he needs to take the medicine and take the pill for two months to get well. He also says that it's a good thing that he is from a sect like the shuahua, because his master was already at the peak of his powers when he founded the sword sect. He left nothing but "ingenuity" and "vast territories" , and his disciples were "good for nothing" . He says that if he had risked his life to save the sect, they would have been killed by a soul cultivator. They were incompetent, he says, and yet they owned the best sword sect in the 9 states and 10 regions with an "enormous fortune." The other taoists took the money and sold the sect out, but they stood up again because they had the right to ask why the sect couldn't be revived. The sect was dying, and the leader killed all of his juniors and half of his disciples. The leader should just leave if he is outmatched. He should focus on cultivating instead of trying to manipulate the kingdom. He'll keep in mind that perhaps in a hundred years, he'll have the chance to join a righteous alliance with the shuhua.
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Chapter 50
This is a locked chapterChapter 50
About This Chapter
In this chapter, we learn that the taoist leader treats the young man as a brother. The young man says that he's afraid that his master will treat him as a friend for life, and that's why he needs to take the medicine and take the pill for two months to get well. He also says that it's a good thing that he is from a sect like the shuahua, because his master was already at the peak of his powers when he founded the sword sect. He left nothing but "ingenuity" and "vast territories" , and his disciples were "good for nothing" . He says that if he had risked his life to save the sect, they would have been killed by a soul cultivator. They were incompetent, he says, and yet they owned the best sword sect in the 9 states and 10 regions with an "enormous fortune." The other taoists took the money and sold the sect out, but they stood up again because they had the right to ask why the sect couldn't be revived. The sect was dying, and the leader killed all of his juniors and half of his disciples. The leader should just leave if he is outmatched. He should focus on cultivating instead of trying to manipulate the kingdom. He'll keep in mind that perhaps in a hundred years, he'll have the chance to join a righteous alliance with the shuhua.
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