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Lightning Is the Only Way – Chapter 1128: Going Back Bahasa Indonesia

Gravis thought about what he had gone through the past 15,000 years.

Orthar said that Gravis had comprehended a Law, and Gravis was sure that Orthar spoke the truth.

Yet, what Law?

Gravis simply thought about everything he had gone through.

The unending pain.

The oppressive stress.

The fear.

The uncertainty.

Everything could be put under one word.


And Gravis comprehended the Law!

“Suffering,” Gravis said in surprise.

“Exactly, suffering,” Orthar answered with a slight smile. “The level eight True Law of Suffering is related to the Law of Apathy and the Law of Suppression. It’s one of the very rare Emotional Battle-Laws.”

“Emotional Battle-Law?” Gravis asked. “Even the Emotional Laws can have Battle-Laws?”

“They can, but they are rare,” Orthar said. “The strongest Battle-Laws are level eight Laws. Only the core Laws can reach the power of level nine Laws. The True Law of Suffering is, therefore, one of the most powerful Battle-Laws in existence.”

“Level eight Laws are the most powerful Battle-Laws?” Gravis asked. “Why are there no level nine Battle-Laws?”

“Because the level nine Laws already represent perfection in their category,” Orthar answered. “Heavenly Lightning is the fastest, most powerful, most explosive, most efficient lightning. You can’t increase the aspects of Heavenly Lightning anymore. It is already perfection.”

Gravis blinked a couple of times, but then, one of his eyebrows rose in skepticism.

“What about your lightning?” Gravis asked.

“That’s different,” Orthar said. “That’s my personal weapon, and it isn’t exactly normal lightning. My lightning can’t be put into my Cosmos since it would disrupt the balance.”

Gravis knew that Orthar had a more powerful version of lightning. He had seen it when he had attacked the Opposer back then.

Heavenly Lightning couldn’t compare to that kind of lightning.

They weren’t even on the same level.

Gravis fell into thought.

Had Orthar told the truth? Would his personal lightning really disrupt the Cosmos?

Well, how powerful was Orthar’s lightning?

If it was Orthar’s personal weapon, it was probably at least on the same level as the Law of the Cosmos. If it weren’t, Orthar wouldn’t use his lightning to battle with the Opposer.

So, who would even be able to comprehend that Law?

Probably only the most powerful Heaven’s Magnates, the ones that knew the Law of the Cosmos.

If one singular Element were as powerful as the entire Law of the Cosmos…

‘Well, I can see how that could become problematic,’ Gravis thought.

Yet, after thinking about all of this, Gravis could only smile.

‘It’s finally over,’ Gravis thought. ‘My Will-Aura fell by quite-‘

However, Gravis stopped thinking at that point.

Gravis noticed his Will-Aura.

It was on the level of a level nine Star God again!

For a second, Gravis was confused, but he quickly realized what had happened.

‘Yes, my Will-Aura has fallen, but the entire situation with the Sin Monsters was still extremely dangerous. The Sin Monsters reduced my Will-Aura, but surviving their tribulation offered some tempering.’

‘Sadly, this tempering could only return my Will-Aura to my old peak,’ Gravis thought with a sigh.

‘However, everything wasn’t for nothing,’ Gravis thought.

‘I comprehended my first level eight Law. The True Law of Suffering, huh?’ Gravis thought.

Gravis looked at his hand as a blood-red aura appeared on it.

‘I can use this Law to give my Form Law an additional effect. With this Law, if my Form Law manages to hit my opponent, they will be under the same pain I have been under.’

‘And on top of that, I even have a way to repay the Myriad Sect for their help,’ Gravis thought with a smile.

‘I wonder how they will react when I bring them over 700,000 Peak Immortal Emperor recruits,’ Gravis thought with a chuckle. ‘Even more, the majority hasn’t even ascended yet.’

‘Well, I guess the Karmic Luck I have gathered will end up with the Myriad Sect, but I don’t mind. My friends helped me a lot this time, and this is the least I could do to repay them,’ Gravis thought.

“Thanks, Orth-“

Gravis wanted to thank Orthar, but Orthar had already left.

Gravis could only sigh. Gravis knew exactly how busy Orthar was.

“Thanks, Mortis,” Gravis said. “Without your help, I wouldn’t have known what to do. Also, I’m sorry for snapping at you.”

“It’s fine,” Mortis answered. “You comprehended the True Law of Suffering, which means I also know it now. Now, I understand how much pain you had to go through, and I can understand your stress.”

“Additionally, I didn’t really have a choice. If you die, I die,” Mortis said.

Mortis looked deep into Gravis’ eyes.

“Please don’t go on a mass-murder spree anymore,” Mortis said. “I don’t want to go through the same thing again.”

Gravis chuckled awkwardly and scratched the back of his head. “I won’t. I promise. I also don’t want to go through the same thing again. It was simply far too horrible.”

“Let’s go back. I want to thank everyone,” Gravis said with a smile.

“What about Eve?” Mortis asked.

Gravis’ eyes immediately narrowed as his rage returned.


“That will have to wait for now,” Gravis said. “We’re not nearly powerful enough yet.”

“I know,” Mortis answered coldly. “I was referring to the fact that she believes that we died. If we openly appear in the Myriad Sect, she might get wind of us. I’m not afraid of her since she can’t kill me, but you’re different.”

Gravis fell into thought.

“That’s a problem,” he said. “Normally, I wouldn’t be afraid. After all, the highest world is so gigantic. There would be no chance of her finding out about something like this. However…”

“Karmic Luck,” Mortis interjected. “She could find out by sheer coincidence.”

Gravis nodded.

“We have to remain hidden,” Gravis said. “We can still come into contact with our friends since they are trustworthy, but we shouldn’t appear openly. That also means that we can’t help in any eventual Sect wars.”

“As long as you’re careful, everything should be fine,” Mortis added.

Gravis also nodded. “Let’s go back.”

Gravis and Mortis teleported a couple of times until they reached a Teleportation Formation Array. After that, they teleported to the closest place to the Myriad Sect and went on their way.

Some minutes later, the two of them arrived.

Mortis was used to the new look of the Myriad Sect, but Gravis’ eyes widened when he saw it.

It was basically in ruins!

Nearly all the buildings had damage on them, and a bloody aura enveloped the Sect.

“They went through a lot for you,” Mortis said. “They’ve been at war for the entirety of the last 15,000 years.”

“Five of the surrounding Sects have already died to them.”

Gravis’ eyes widened even more.

Five of the surrounding Sect!?

These Sects were not weak!

Every single one of these Sects had more Star Gods than the Myriad Sect!

How were they even still alive!?

Gravis’ gratitude started to weigh even more on his mind.

His friends had gone through so much!

Gravis wanted to get closer, but his eyes widened in terror a second later.


A powerful Will-Aura enveloped Gravis and Mortis, and Gravis’ face whitened.


“I’m glad I’ve been careful,” Eve said with a cold glare.

“I don’t know how you’ve survived, but I won’t let you get away again!”

Gravis gritted his teeth.

This time was different from last time!

Last time, Gravis had a backup clone, but this time, he only had this one body!

Suddenly, Eve looked towards the Myriad Sect with narrowed eyes.

Another Will-Aura had appeared, and this one was starting to suppress Eve’s Will-Aura.

“Do you really think you have remained hidden for the past couple of years? I wasn’t sure why you were hiding around here, but I thought that it had something to do with those two.”

A person in black robes flew out of the Myriad Sect and stood in front of Eve.

“Do you really think if I couldn’t fight you, I would have let them come here?” he asked.

“You’re only a level five Ancestral God,” Eve said with some disdain. “I can feel that your Battle-Strength is quite impressive, but can you truly jump two levels against me? Move aside. This is between them and me, and it doesn’t involve you.”

The person chuckled.

“As the Ancestor of the Myriad Sect, it’s my job to protect the friends of my Sect,” he said with a smirk. “Additionally, I also have a certain relationship with the two of them.”

“And what is that?” Eve asked.

Gravis’ and Mortis’ eyes had widened.

They knew that person very well!

This was the Ancestor of the Myriad Sect!?

“Well, they’re my brothers.”

It was Orpheus!


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