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Chapter 723 – Sudden Frenzy
Those with weak senses only saw Leon’s position changed, but those with sharper senses saw an instance where Leon’s body suddenly moved at such high speed that they only saw his blurred silhouette.
If they had to describe Leon’s movement, it was like a slingshot effect.
But to Leon, it was just a regular dash as he was the one moving through the distorted s.p.a.ce. People on the outside and inside of the distorted s.p.a.ce saw things differently.
After landing on the other side, Leon was relieved to see that his body was still in one piece.
The spatial movement was not something an amateur without any experience should pull off as it was perilous.
If his body had only entered the distorted s.p.a.ce after its contraction and not left before its expansion, his body would have been ripped apart.
This is why he had to do it first.
It was so Darlene could gain a better understanding and experience of the spatial movement and run a lower risk when performing it herself.
“Seems like we were right.” Leon glanced at the unmoving creatures and said, “The area at the end of a trial is a safe zone. In that case, I won’t have to worry about them for now and focus on…”
Leon s.h.i.+fted his gaze to the stone gate before him.
Although the large army of wood-like creatures filling the second trial ground concerned him, he can only worry about it after collecting the Demon King’s inheritance.
“Strangely, there is no holographic projection of the Demon King’s Will like the Arch Demon’s tomb…” Leon furrowed his brows with doubts.
Nevertheless, he placed both hands on the stone gates and exerted his strength.
“Whether it’ll be the third trial or the Demon King’s resting ground, all will be answered once I open these gates,” Leon muttered.
As the stone gates opened, the gloomy-green ghostfire candles revealed a dimly lit chamber with a single ice coffin at its center.
“It’s the Demon King’s resting ground, huh? That saves me the extra trouble…” Leon thought out loud. It was another two-trial tomb.
Perhaps there weren’t any third trials in any of these demon tombs.
After cautiously approaching the Abyssal Wood Demon King’s tomb without activating any potential traps that may have been installed, Leon glanced inside the transparent ice coffin.
Contrary to Leon’s expectation, the Abyssal Wood Demon King inside the ice coffin greatly resembled a human.
The only difference was Abyssal Wood Demon King’s skin color being green.
Apart from that, the Abyssal Wood Demon King looked no different to a man in his 40’s with long black hair and a rough warrior-like face and body, garbed in golden armor while holding a white sword over his chest.
The full set of golden armor especially caught Leon’s attention.
“These fine runic lines and divine glow that gives me a greater sense of awe compared to the Tier-6 dagger… These golden pieces of armor must be at least Tier-7 artifacts!” Leon determined.
Tier-6 artifacts were already something, but Tier-7 artifacts were even more incredible.
Leon did not doubt for a second that if he pitted his bone spear against the Tier-7 white sword, his bone spear would be cut in two without much effort.
It didn’t take long before Leon noticed the black ring on the Abyssal Wood Demon King’s index finger.
“An Interspatial Artifact! There must be a lot of goodies stored inside it!” His eyes sparkled immediately.
Meanwhile, Aria, Darlene, and the rest of the group continued to observe the changes in the second trial ground after Leon disappeared beyond it.
Although One-Eyed Venerable Shaman trusted Leon’s character, the same could not be said for the rest of the Crimsonfog Tribesmen.
“I don’t get it. I don’t get it all. If Young Master Leonhardt had such an ability, he could have taken us all to the other side with him. There was no need to brave the danger alone,” a High-rank Battle Master quietly expressed his doubts to his tribesmen.
Several Battle Masters immediately gave the person glances.
“What are you trying to say? Are you suspecting that Young Master Leonhardt volunteered to go alone because he wants to…” a Mid-rank Battle Master spoke but did not finish his words before falling silent.
Even if he didn’t, it was enough to convey his message.
He suspected that Young Master Leonhardt wanted to monopolize the Abyssal Wood Demon King’s inheritance.
If Young Master Leonhardt stored all of the Demon King’s inheritance into his interspatial storage, they would never know how much of the inheritance was gained before they decided to divide it.
The only way to know would be to ask Young Master Leonhardt to open up his interspatial storage for them to check.
However, such a thing was incredibly rude and disrespectful.
Several Battle Masters could not help but also start suspecting Young Master Leonhardt’s intention to hide a portion of the inheritance for greater gain after the topic was brought up.
After all, it was the Demon King’s inheritance they were talking about.
It would be strange if it did not ignite people’s greed when they imagine the potential to become a Battle G.o.d or something beyond it.
Nevertheless, their small talk did not escape One-Eyed Venerable Shaman’s ears.
One-Eyed Venerable Shaman sighed with disappointment.
With his authority and power, he could control his tribesmen’s actions but not their thoughts. Even so, it was disappointing to see them display the ugliness of the human heart when power and glory are involved.
Young Master Leonhardt’s decision to venture alone was out of his goodwill, yet that goodwill is viewed as an ulterior motive.
They did not think about the hidden danger that compelled Young Master Leonhardt to go alone.
Suddenly, the underground shook violently before large movements were detected inside the second trial ground.
“Something’s happening!” Chief Baskara frowned.
The army of wood-like creatures, which had been inactive, suddenly became active again. They all rushed towards Leon’s direction, pouring into the Demon King’s resting chamber with great frenzy.
It was also the exact moment Leon touched the Abyssal Wood Demon King’s golden armor.
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