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Lightning Is the Only Way – Chapter 1320: We Can Begin Bahasa Indonesia

It was difficult.

It was so difficult.

Gravis nearly broke down after he teleported away.

He didn’t want to go!

But he had to!

Gravis couldn’t bring himself to throw another look at Stella. Seeing her like this would break him.

At this moment, Gravis decided that it was the wrong time to feel emotional. He had to keep his head clear for the future.

Maybe, there was a chance to pull everything around.

Maybe, there was a chance that things wouldn’t go the way he knew they would go.

The chance was incredibly minuscule, but it was there.

Maybe, the dream was actually reality.

Maybe, he didn’t have to wake up.

So, in the end, Gravis did something he hadn’t done in a long time.

He suppressed his emotions with the Law of Apathy.

He couldn’t allow any distractions.

He had to be cruel to everyone else at this moment.

By leaving Stella like this, he had done something incredibly cruel.

And Gravis knew that he would do something even crueler soon.

As Gravis flew to the destined location, he looked at the world with emotionless eyes. Even though Gravis was doing his best to suppress his emotions with the Law of Apathy, he still couldn’t help feeling a bit emotional.

Ironically, knowing all the Emotional Laws made it harder to go to the extreme of one emotion.


Because Gravis already knew everything about them, and he knew how beautiful emotions could be.

As Gravis looked at the world, he couldn’t be sure what would survive.

Would his friends survive?

Would Opposer City survive?

Would the Peak Sects survive?

Would The Heaven Company survive?

Gravis wished that they all could.

This was his homeworld, and Gravis didn’t want it to be destroyed.

However, the choice wasn’t up to him.

If it were up to him, everything would simply go as discussed. Gravis and Mortis would keep the Opposer from killing Orthar, and Orthar would eventually let them leave with their loved ones.

It would be so great if everything would happen this way.

Yet, the choice wasn’t up to him.

After some hours, Gravis left the highest world, nothing difficult for someone that knew the Law of the Cosmos.

Gravis found himself in the void between worlds.

The void between worlds was an empty space inside Orthar’s Cosmos. Outside Orthar’s Cosmos was the Primordial Chaos, and the void between worlds was simply the space between the worlds.

There was no Primordial Chaos here.

There was no Energy here.

There was only space, time, and gravity.

Nothing else.

Gravis quickly found Mortis hovering in an isolated location in the void between worlds.

Orthar stood beside him.

Gravis went over and stopped beside them.

He didn’t say anything.

They didn’t say anything.

There was nothing to talk about.

All of them knew what would happen.

Now, three of the four people were present. Only the Opposer was missing.

Back in the highest world, the Opposer noted that everyone had gathered.

Then, the Opposer looked at his wife, who sat beside him, drinking tea.

After a bit, he stood up.

“Oh? Are you leaving?” she asked with a smile.

“Yes,” the Opposer said.

“Is it already time?” the Economistress asked.


“Yes,” the Opposer answered.

“Oh, then good luck, and have fun!” the Economistress said as she gave the Opposer a small embrace.

The Opposer reciprocated and hugged his wife.

For a while, he didn’t say anything.

“I love you,” he said with a deep voice.

“I know,” she said with a smile. “I love you too.”


“Are you fine with everything?” he asked.

“Yep,” she answered with a bright smile. “It’s been great. We’ve had a big family. Nearly all of our little darlings are no longer here, but it was still great to spend time with them and, of course, also with you.”


“Do you regret becoming my wife?” the Opposer asked after a while.

“No, silly,” the Economistress answered with a laugh. “Ever since I have decided to be with you, I knew that this day would come.”

“I know that I have been created by Heaven. I know that I am subject to Heaven’s will. It can’t control me with you present, but it can still decide my life and death.”

The Economistress took the Opposer’s head in her hands and made him look at her.

“I knew that as soon as you two would fight each other again, I would be the first one to die.”

“I’ve made my peace with it.”

“And, to be honest, it has taken far longer than I had anticipated. 50 billion years. That’s a long time, you know?” she said.

“I’ve lived for long enough, and I don’t regret the life I have lived.”

The Opposer remained silent for a while.

“If I had a choice, I wouldn’t go down this path,” the Opposer said. “In the past, I wouldn’t have hesitated, but I have changed.”

“If it were up to me, I wouldn’t want to kill the old bastard. As long as he can let you go with me, I would be fine with burying the hatchet.”

“However, the choice isn’t up to me,” the Opposer said.

When his wife heard that, her eyes began to tear a bit. However, she still kept her smile on her face.

“Funny. I thought that I would be able to let you go without crying,” she said with a bitter laugh. “However, things don’t always go as planned, do they?”

The Opposer embraced his wife again.

“I love you.”

“I don’t want to lose you.”

The Economistress only smiled while tears fell down her eyes. “I know,” she said.

After some minutes, the Opposer let this wife go.

“I’m sorry.”

“I’m sorry that you have chosen such a selfish husband.”

“I will miss you.”


The Economistress smiled brightly as tears ran down her cheeks.

“I wish you a happy life.”


And the Opposer teleported away.

A moment later, the Opposer appeared in front of Orthar, Gravis, and Mortis with a serious and cold expression.

“We can begin,” he said.


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