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After The Abyss Dragon Woke Up Chapter 35.1

However, before Shi An could find the place, he was the first to be found.

“Shi An?” Wen Yao was startled and looked at the young man in front of her, “I just sent someone to look for you, but I didn’t expect to bump into you directly.”

Shi An tilted his head in confusion. “Looking for me? Why?”

“That’s right, we wanted to wait until tomorrow morning, but the chief seems to have changed his mind and wants to leave right now.”

Wen Yao looked at Shi An apologetically, “We will leave some people to escort you out of the mountain. You can still use the tents and food in this camp. Chief Mu asked me to come and let you know that if you need anything when you’re off the mountain, you can contact Zhuo Fu.”

She handed over a piece of paper.

“This is Zhuo Fu’s contact information.”

After seeing that Shi An took the piece of paper, Wen Yao bid him goodbye and turned around and left in a hurry.

The camp, which had been quiet and peaceful just now, was now being deconstructed.

Most of the people who were going were the juniors that Mu Heng had brought from the Administration, while most of the members from the Aiwen District were staying behind.

Shi An stood there, watching Wen Yao’s figure disappear.

After a long time, he nodded firmly.

“It must be related to dragons!”

When it was confirmed that Mu Heng and his party had left, Shi An sneaked out of the camp while the others were not paying attention.

He returned to the place where he was now intercepted by the undead, took a deep breath, and shouted, “Hey—”

“Are you still there—”

There was silence all around.

“I’m going to set you on fire if you don’t come out!”


The snow slowly swelled again, the piled up snow fell, and the tall skeleton horse appeared in the snowy night. The faint blue light in the eye sockets was burning, and it looked majestic and terrifying— if you could ignore the mottled scorch spots.

Shi An patted its head with satisfaction.


After thinking for a while, he took out the fire gem from his pocket and put it in front of the other person’s nose: “This scent? Can you trace it?”

Skeleton Horse: “…”

Devil: “…”

After a long silence, it couldn’t help but speak, breaking the awkward situation in front of it, “Er, my lord, that is not a dog…”

Shi An sighed, put the gem back in his pocket, and muttered unhappily

“I just wanted to try…”

Demon Insect: “The ability of undead species tracking living creatures by scent is very strong, so why don’t you try to let it follow instinct?”

It had now given up on persuading Shi An to go down the mountain.

Once this dragon had made up his mind, he would never be able to turn his back. Instead of resisting, it might as well help finish things ahead of time… so that it could leave this hellish place where the weather was cold and the ground was frozen!

Shi An’s eyes lit up, “You’re right!”

He dragged the skeleton horse and said matter of factly, “Let me climb onto you, I don’t want to walk.”

The dignified undead monster, in the face of absolutely overwhelming power, could only lower its body in humiliation and let the human in front of it climb onto its back.

Shi An found a comfortable spot and sighed, “I shouldn’t have burnt it so cleanly before…”

It was a bit bony.

Demon insect: “…”

Save some face for others, please.

The snowy night was dark, and the surroundings were chaotic. Looking out from afar, there was no color at all except for the whiteness of the snow, and there was no trace of any living creatures.

Shi An became sleepy on the back of the skeleton horse.

He already slept a lot more than average humans and didn’t like to go outside, plus it was so cold there, it just doubled his desire to hibernate.

His vision was swaying, as if everything were moving on horseback, and the world became pale and distant.

Time seemed to have lost its meaning.

Shi An’s eyelids drooped down a little bit, and his vision gradually became blurred.

He felt as if he had returned to the place where he felt safest.

Dark, dry caves, mountains of treasure.

Hmm…seems like there was still something missing.

That’s right, there was still a glittering human being missing, tightly sealed in amber and placed securely in his left paw.

Ahhh… So good…

A sudden shaking woke Shi An from his half-lucid state, and he realized that the skeleton horse under him had stopped at some point.

Had they arrived?

He blinked dazedly, raised his eyes and looked into the distance.

Sure enough, on the snow not far away, a team of humans appeared very abruptly against the white backdrop.

The silver-haired man clad in black stood at the front of the team, and even though they were far away, he could still clearly identify the other party.

Shi An felt refreshed.

They were really here!

He patted the skeleton horse under him, “Well done!”

Mu Heng looked at the magnificent mountain in front of him.

The huge pale stones looked extraordinarily huge, and they were firmly piled up at the bottom of the canyon, blocking the road in front of them, making it impossible to move forward at all.

He turned his head to look beside him, “Is it here?”

A mercenary with a scar on his face was tightly handcuffed, and there were still traces of half-dried blood on his face. “Yes, yes, it is here! You need to infuse fire magic to open the door.”

Mu Heng gave him a fixed look.

He slowly took off his gloves and pressed his slender, pale hand against the cold stone wall.

The stone wall turned crimson under the his palm, and scorching flames burst out.

The people at the front of the party were forced to take a few steps back.

The surrounding snowdrifts melted rapidly at a speed visible to the naked eye, and the surrounding air fluctuated under the high temperature.


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