The bastard tells Su that he's disappointed in the leader of the Heavenly Demon sect, who he thinks is the most shameless among his peers. Su tells him that she wants to know what's going on. She asks the elder of the sect to find out where her master is. The elder tells her that the sect leader is overwhelmed by emotion and can't answer their questions quickly enough. He suggests that they settle the guests down first, so that they don't cause any more trouble. Su says that they should find out who the guests are and arrange for them to be settled down first. She tells the elder that she's called the she-devil, and the elder says that she is now a distinguished guest. Su explains that she was referring to the disappearance of her master, and that she has been coming to the sect every year since then. She also says that the two big demon sects have visited the sect each year. Su doesn't think that it's a big deal if they only send a few members, but if they send all the leaders and elders, then it'll be a big problem. Su thanks the bastard for helping him find the sky and the truth of deity era.