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Chapter 628: The New Humans
Translator: Henyee Translations Editor: Henyee Translations
An Lin returned to his bedroom to discover that Tina was still sleeping soundly.
He hesitated for a moment before repressing his excitement and making the decision to give Tina some rest.
After all, entering into Tina’s world didn’t require much energy expenditure on his part, but Tina had been responsible for accelerating the flow of time in her world, which had to be quite a taxing and exhausting task.
After some time, Tina slowly opened her bleary, emerald eyes.
“Huh? You’re back, Giant An Lin? Why didn’t you wake me up?” she mumbled in a slightly incoherent voice, as if she hadn’t completely woken up yet.
“You woke up just as I came back,” An Lin replied with a smile before handing the immortal pill to Tina. “This is a wood-type immortal pill imbued with spiritual power, just like you requested.”
Tina accepted the immortal pill with a grateful expression. “Then let’s start creating humans, Giant An Lin!”
An Lin nodded with excitement. He had been waiting for this moment for a long time!
Thus, An Lin entered Tina’s world with the oversized Tina in accompaniment.
At this moment, Tina wore a solemn expression on her perfect features.
The human race was a highly intelligent life form, just like the nine tribes.
However, they were actually different.
All of the nine tribes were far superior to humans when it came to lifespans, physical bodies, apt.i.tude, and bloodline powers. However, that didn’t mean that humans were weaker than them.
Humans had one advantage over all the nine tribes; the ability to create and invent.
That’s right, humans were extremely creative and were more proficient at using the world around them compared to the nine tribes.
Regardless of whether it was the fields of cultivation, devices, or technological products, humans were able to achieve what the other nine tribes couldn’t. This was something that was exemplified by the humans of Tai Chu Continent.
It wasn’t as if the other tribes didn’t strive to work on those aspects, but humans remained at the very pinnacle of tool refinement and technology. In a battle between cultivators of the same cultivation base, humans would quite often come out on top against members of the nine tribes due to their creations and inventions.
It was exactly because of this that Tina delayed the creation of humans until after the nine tribes had been established in this world. She had to wait until the world was ready before she would create humans.
In her heart, she perhaps also accepted the notion that humans were slightly more intelligent than the other nine tribes.
This might also have been her intuition as the G.o.d of Creation of this world. In any case, she felt like this was the ideal time to create humans.
They arrived at Qi Lou City beside the black tower.
Tina had already consumed that immortal pill, and although An Lin couldn’t see anything different about her, the Tina in the outside world was probably br.i.m.m.i.n.g with life-force energy.
“Similar to those nine b.a.l.l.s of light, I need the life essence of a human as a reference to create humans. That way, I can guarantee the highest possible chance of success…” Tina turned to An Lin and asked, “Can I take one drop of your blood?”
An Lin’s lips twitched with uneasiness. “Use my life essence as a reference? This isn’t going to be cloning, right? Even if it weren’t cloning, wouldn’t all the humans here possess my bloodline… In which case, I would have a world full of human descendants?!”
He shuddered as he followed that train of thought.
Tina burst into laughter upon hearing this. “It’s not what you think, Giant An Lin! I’m only using your life essence to observe human life. The humans I create will be created using the resources from this world, so they won’t be related to you!”
“Alright, then go back to our world and extract the blood from me.” An Lin finally obliged even though he was still a little unconvinced.
To his surprise, Tina remained standing on the spot as she pouted at An Lin.
“What is it?” An Lin asked.
“I already tried…” Tina pouted her little cherry lips and said, “Your skin is so thick, Giant An Lin! I bit down with all my might and still couldn’t extract any blood. So you’ll have to do it yourself…”
An Lin: “…”
He only realized then that he possessed the body of the War G.o.d, and no one could break through his defense without his permission, not unless they were significantly more powerful than him.
An Lin exited this world and extracted a drop of blood for Tina before returning to Tina’s world.
This time, Tina had everything prepared, and the great dao of heaven and earth roared as vital energy surged across the entire world. Countless living creatures looked up with anxious expressions, unsure of what was going to happen.
An Lin’s breathing accelerated as he stared at Tina’s fingertip, where two extremely pure b.a.l.l.s of light had appeared. The b.a.l.l.s of light were imbued with boundless possibilities and boundless hope, and he felt a sense of instinctual intimacy toward them.
Tina pointed her finger, and the two b.a.l.l.s of light landed on the ground, where they became two huge, white eggs.
The entire heaven and earth seemed to have transformed again with the emergence of these two eggs as an iridescent light covered the entire sky, bringing with it boundless vitality and possibilities.
However, that wasn’t what An Lin was focused on. He blinked with confusion as he looked down toward the ground. “Why are there only two eggs?”
Tina rolled her eyes at An Lin. “Without the life essence of a Return to Void Stage mighty figure as a catalyst, just two eggs is extremely exhausting for me to create.”
“Oh…” An Lin nodded before eagerly landing beside the huge eggs to stroke them.
The eggs were about half as tall as a fully-grown man, and they were warm and smooth to the touch.
Tina also landed beside him, and her eyes flashed as if she was in deep thought.
“Giant An Lin, should I make these two humans more perfect?” Tina suddenly asked.
“Perfect in what way?” An Lin’s eyebrows perked up.
“I can’t enhance their intelligence and their consciousness any further, but I can enhance their physical bodies. I can alter their genetics so that they will never be blighted with illness nor pain as well as to bring out all their latent potentials. I can also inject boundless knowledge into their minds to make them vastly knowledgeable creatures from birth…” Tina grew more and more excited as she spoke.
An Lin fell silent upon hearing this.
Was that really a good idea? Although life was a process of constant evolution, it would make the path forward a lot easier if humans were to have a higher starting point…
However, An Lin was averse to this notion for some reason.
“No illnesses or pain will make them unwilling to struggle and toil. As a result, they won’t be able to develop unyielding dao hearts.
“Being vastly knowledgeable will deprive them of their curiosity. Furthermore, if they are too knowledgeable from birth, they will only do things in the way that they believe to be the most efficient, thereby robbing them of their imagination and creativity… I think humans won’t be humans if they’re too perfect. In a way, imperfections are almost fundamental to the existence of humans,” An Lin said. Even though he offered his opinion, he didn’t force it upon Tina.
He decided to let Tina make the final decision on this matter.
Tina considered his words carefully before abandoning her plan. “So be it, let them live and grow naturally. These two humans will be first-ever humans and have been blessed by me, but that should be the extent of what I do for them. Any more intervention will only be detrimental to the development of this world.”
Thus, time began to accelerate again.
After an incubation period, two humans finally hatched from the eggs.
An Lin was greeted by the sight of two extremely adorable babies with porcelain-like features, translucent, fair skin, and black hair and eyes.
There were a boy and a girl, and they appeared to be about three or four years old. Both of them surveyed the world around them with curiosity as soon as they were born.
They were completely naked, and their bodies were like perfect artistic creations. They were immediately able to walk on their own two feet from birth, and the pure auras emanating from their bodies instilled the notion within onlookers that they were two perfect, living treasures.
An Lin was shocked. “Why are they so big already? They don’t even need milk now!”
“Giant An Lin, why are you always focused on the most bizarre things?” Tina slapped her forehead with a resigned expression.
“Let’s go cuddle them!” An Lin suggested eagerly.
Those were Tina’s exact thoughts, and she allowed time to resume at its normal rate of flow before walking toward the two humans alongside An Lin.
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