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After The Abyss Dragon Woke Up Chapter 22.2

A Fated Person (2)

When the principal spoke, Mu Heng lowered his eyes and glanced down silently.

Suddenly, his eyes stopped.

Although separated by a heavy crowd, his vision still captured a familiar figure.

It was as if there was an inexplicable magnetic force on the other party’s body that firmly caught his gaze.

The black-haired boy lowered his head halfway as if he were dozing off just now, rubbing his eyes drowsily and secretly yawning.

From his angle, he could see a small half of the back of his neck, thin and white, looking fragile and easy to break.

For some reason, Mu Heng suddenly remembered what he saw in the cave that day.

His eyes froze, subconsciously wanting to look away.

In the next second, the young man suddenly raised his eyelashes without warning. His quiet gaze cut straight through the crowd, like a sharp, piercing arrow, looking in this direction impartially.

Mu Heng startled.

At that moment, his heart seemed to stop involuntarily.

He did not expect that this young boy would have such a keen sense of perception that he could feel the gaze of others from such a distance.

Shi An scratched his head and looked around in confusion.

Eh? Strange, was it an illusion?

Why did he feel that someone was looking at him just now?

Shi An put the strange feeling aside, yawned again, and blinked the tears away from the corners of his eyes.

At this moment, he saw the man sitting next to the old principal, who was speaking.

What! It’s him!

His own future collectible item!

Shi An’s eyes lit up, and he instantly felt awake.

The dragon’s desire to plunder and safeguard began to overcome his logical reasoning, and his eager eyes were fixed on the other party. In his heart, he had begun to fantasize about how to keep the shiny-shiny (shiny-shiny!) and make it his own.

Where should it be placed then?

Near the tip of his tail? This way he could wrap his tail around his treasure even when he slept.

On the high platform, Mu Heng lowered his eyes and tapped the table subconsciously with his fingertips.

Even if he didn’t need to look up, he could still feel Shi An’s strong presence, warm and focused, like a small fire, bringing a distinct burning sensation.

The familiar irritability rose again.

Soon, the principal’s speech ended.

He touched his white beard that grew to his chest, grabbed the cane beside him with his old wrinkled fingers, and then slowly turned around and walked back.

Mu Heng shook himself out of his absent-minded state.

He also stood up, “I’ll see you off.”

Seeing his collectible leaving with the old principal, Shi An was a little disappointed.

He knew that with his current ability, he might not be able to snatch that shiny human being into his collection, but couldn’t he just look?!

Lin Yanming next to him nudged Shi An with his elbow and lowered his voice, reminding, “Don’t get distracted.”

They watched as the person in charge of the actual combat test walked on the stage. He cleared his throat and said, “I understand that everyone has been looking forward to this classification, but the incidents that occurred during the test session this time cannot be denied. It not only affected our point compilation, but also caused a certain degree of equipment failure. After a brainstorming session with the tutors, we have decided, this time, that there will be no classes for the first years.”

There was an uproar in the audience.

Although they knew that this accident would definitely affect the third round of tests, but why did it have to go so far? There wouldn’t be different classes?

This was the first occurrence since the establishment of the Academy of Ability.

“Of course,” the person in charge raised his voice and overwhelmed the whispers below, “after the end of this school year, the final assessment will still be carried out in accordance with the usual practice, and the class distinctions and classifications will resume as usual in the second school year.”

The Ability Academy was a six-year system.

Eligible students aged sixteen and up could only enter after passing through layers of screening.

At the beginning of enrollment, students would go through three rounds of tests to decide the class placement in the first academic year, but this class placement was not fixed for all six years.

Now it seemed that just that the first academic year was no longer divided into classes. After the assessment in the second academic year, the previous system will be restored.

The freshmen breathed a sigh of relief.

Although there were changes, they were not too big and still acceptable.

On the stage, the person in charge also breathed a sigh of relief.

This problem was really a dilemma for them. Whether they added true combat results or not, it would be unfair to some students, so they could only use the method of delaying the classification to solve it.

There would be another assessment at the end of the year anyways!

——There wouldn’t be another incident next time!

Mu Heng helped the old principal outside of the auditorium and watched the other party tremblingly being helped into the car.

Suddenly, he thought of something and said, “By the way…”

Principal Pei stopped and turned his head, “Hm?”

Mu Heng asked, “Who was the student who solved your additional questions?”

“Oh, that.”

Old Principal Pei smiled and continued, “Speaking of which, you and him have some sort of fate.”

Hearing this, Mu Heng couldn’t help but be startled.

Principal Pei divulged, “The child you rescued from the contaminated area, Shi An.”


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