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Gravis finally understood what Weapon Laws were and how they worked. Based on the name and what Surem had told him, Gravis had always thought that he had to understand a Law related to his weapon. He had looked at this Law like it was a normal Law, trying to understand more about his weapon.

However, there was simply nothing more to understand about his weapon. It was a saber. It could stab, and it could slash. One could learn a ton about how to use a weapon, but Gravis was so old and so experienced that there was simply nothing more to learn.

“How can I create this Focus?” Gravis asked.

“I can’t help you with that,” Arc said. “It’s your personal Law. If I were to tell you how to do it, it wouldn’t be your personal Law anymore. The only thing you need to do now is to experiment. You know the end product you want to achieve, and you need to find a way to create that product. Simply look at it like you want to create a very powerful weapon. After all, you are pretty good at forging weapons.”

Gravis nodded. “Thanks, Arc. I don’t know how long it would have taken me to finally get what Weapon Laws are without you,” Gravis said sincerely.

“No problem,” Arc said with a smirk as he waved dismissively. “As I’ve said, I don’t like talent being wasted. That you found a Sect so perfectly fitting to your mindset seems like luck, but it was actually bad luck. The Unrestrained Sect only uses the Synchronization Comprehension method. Trying to learn Weapon Laws from them made it even harder for you.”

“Luck, huh?” Gravis uttered with a sigh.

Arc nodded. “Yes, your lack of Karmic Luck is in full effect again since you are now among humans. You just have to deal with it.”

Gravis nodded.

“By the way, I think now would be a good time for you to return to your Sect,” Arc said. “You spent about 14 hours here, and your Sect is in danger due to the Punishment Cleaver Sect. You now know how to create your own Weapon Laws, but you don’t have the time right now.”

Gravis nodded again. “Yes, Arthur probably won’t stop until the Unrestrained Sect is annihilated. He is probably still fearful of Liran’s unexpected power, but that wouldn’t stop him from using other means. It’s only a matter of time before he tries something. I might not have been part of the Sect for even a single day, but I joined them. Loyalty is important to me, and I will help them to the best of my ability.”

“If you want,” Arc said, “you can return, and we can speak to each other again. The Emblem you received gives you unlimited teleportations. However, you obviously can’t use it in a crisis to flee. I wouldn’t want you to use me to flee from danger. Though, I’m sure that you also wouldn’t want to do that, right?”

“Right,” Gravis confirmed as he stood up. “Thank you again, Arc. I know that you only helped me because you want to, but it’s still something I appreciate.”

“One more thing,” Arc said. “This world holds Law Comprehension Areas and some inheritances for every existing Law that isn’t part of the Laws of Perceived Reality. This includes the Emotional Laws. When you’ve dealt with your lightning issue, you can search for them to learn about Emotional Laws.”

Gravis nodded. “Thanks.”

“Go,” Arc said with a smile. “If you ever want to talk, just come back. I’m always here.”

Gravis nodded. “Then, see you later, Arc.”

“See you later, Gravis.”


Gravis summoned the Emblem and broke it. As soon as it broke, Gravis was already gone.

Arc continued sitting in front of the lake, his feet still dangling in the water.

“I wonder how our fight will go in the future,” he mused to himself with a smile.

“Finally, something exciting happens again.”


Gravis appeared near the Unrestrained Sect again, clutching his head. ‘Fuck this spatial displacement!’ he thought as he felt nauseous.

After some seconds, Gravis recovered again and thought about the Weapon Laws. ‘I have no idea how to even start. I also don’t know how long this will take. I mean, understanding a level one Law is already pretty easy for me, and the Low-Tier Saber Intent should be able to exhibit the power of a level one Law. However, I have no idea how long even the first level would take.’

‘Additionally, what even makes a Weapon Intent stronger than another one? No idea.’

Gravis sighed.

‘Anyway, I should return to the Unrestrained Sect again. Now that I am a Late Minor Circulation Immortal, I could use some tempering again. My Will-Aura is no longer at its peak.’

With that thought, Gravis teleported a couple of times until he returned to the Unrestrained Sect again. After looking around for a little bit, Gravis noticed that nothing had changed. The atmosphere of the Sect also hadn’t changed. This meant that there was no imminent danger or anything similar.

‘Nothing unusual here,’ Gravis thought. ‘I don’t know what Arthur is planning, but his plan hasn’t revealed itself yet. I doubt that he would directly attack the Unrestrained Sect since he is still wary of Liran. This means that he will probably use some other methods.’

‘I’m in a world of humans now. An open war probably won’t appear just like this. Humans are more prone to use soft methods, slowly chipping away at the enemy until they get suppressed into such a weak state that they can kill them with just a single strike.’

Gravis looked around and tried to think what he would do.

‘I think the inside of the Unrestrained Sect is off-limits. That leaves three possible attacking points.’

‘First, resources. Resources are becoming relevant again in this world. I don’t know how the Unrestrained Sect acquires their resources, but they must acquire them in some way. Maybe Immortal Stone mines? Maybe renting Law Comprehension Areas?’

‘Destroying access to these resources would stunt the growth of the Sect and would maybe even motivate the disciples to leave. The Unrestrained Sect is especially vulnerable to these kinds of attacks due to the free policies.’

‘Second would be honor. Beasts don’t care about such stuff, but most human societies do. If the Unrestrained Sect gets suppressed by others and humiliated, the disciples might decide to leave since they wouldn’t want to be part of such a weak Sect.’

‘Third, the disciples themselves. Assassination squads outside the Unrestrained Sect could be waiting to strike the disciples. However, that’s a double-edged sword. If the assassination squad fails, the disciple’s Battle-Strength will explode due to the tempering. Additionally, if any kind of information leaks out, the Sect that sent these squads will find the alliance of Sects as their enemy.’

Gravis narrowed his eyes.

‘I think the first and second options are the most likely. Liran and the Sect Elders have lived for longer than me and have lived in human society their entire life. They definitely came to the same conclusions as me and are already looking out for these kinds of attacks.’

Then, Gravis smirked.

‘But soft human warfare is actually more helpful to me than beast warfare. Beasts attack with overwhelming power, and something that can kill Liran can kill me easily. Instead, humans have to find “reasonable” reasons to go into conflict. This means that people of higher Realms won’t attack people of lower Realms openly.’

‘This gives me the initiative. I am able to choose my opponent due to my low Realm. Additionally, no one knows that I am already a Late Minor Circulation Immortal since I keep my stronger body hidden in the Life Ring.’

‘This means that an endless number of potential enemies will come knocking at my door, and I get to choose my opponent.’

‘This is perfect!’


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