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Lightning Is the Only Way – Chapter 841: Battle Laws Done Bahasa Indonesia

The disciple was shocked when the infamous ogre talked to him directly, but he quickly complied and called his Sect Master.

The Sect Master arrived after just a couple of minutes. “Hello, Gravis. You wanted to talk to me?” she said. She was a white-haired woman who obviously had an affinity towards the Brilliance Element.

“Yes, I called you to inform you that I’m done with my Laws,” he said.

The woman’s eyes widened in surprise. “You’re done?” she asked.

Gravis nodded. “Yes, I have comprehended all the Laws which require me to enter Law Comprehension Areas. I can comprehend the remaining Laws that I need on my own. I will still be somewhere in your territory for the next ten thousand years or so, but you won’t see me. I will be somewhere deep in seclusion, where no disciple passes.”

“After that, I will leave for the Core Regions. After today, your Sect Alliance and I will no longer come into contact,” Gravis said.

The Sect Master became happy when she heard that. This meant that they no longer needed to keep watch over the infamous ogre. Everything would return to normal again. However, she still had a question.

“Why don’t you join one of our Sects?” she asked.

“Why would I?” Gravis answered directly. “This Sect Alliance is a dead end.”

The Sect Master furrowed her brows. “What do you mean?”

Gravis looked at her evenly. “There is a limited amount of tempering here for everyone. Additionally, all the fights are only one versus one battles. You might become amazing in one versus one battles, but as soon as you fight multiple opponents, you will be out of your comfort zone.”

“Additionally, the disciples mostly have the initiative in choosing their opponents, and they won’t fight against someone that has a very high chance of killing them. Even more, a lot of the fights don’t result in death. After all, killing another Sect’s disciples, even if it is according to the rules, is frowned upon. You are all one Sect Alliance, right? No one would want to see the Sect Alliance’s strength weaken due to a death.”

“So, in short, even though you have a ton of Law Comprehension Areas, your tempering opportunities are horrible.,” Gravis said.

The woman didn’t like what she was hearing, but she also acknowledged that Gravis had a point.

The Sect Master sighed. “What are we supposed to do?” she asked. “The Cultivators in the Core Regions know so many Laws. If we don’t also know so many Laws, we don’t have a chance against them.”

Gravis looked back at her. “That’s true and all, but what about your Will-Aura? How powerful is the Will-Aura of someone that leaves from this territory after they became a Late Minor Circulation Immortal King? The same level? One level below their Cultivation Realm?”

“Will-Aura first, Laws second. Go fight some beasts. Go leave the Sect Alliance’s Territory and fight some wild bandits or something. Only when your Will-Aura is powerful enough can you concentrate on Laws,” Gravis said.

The Sect Master still looked with skepticism at Gravis. All of this sounded nice and all but tempering one’s Will-Aura was always incredibly dangerous. It was far more efficient to temper oneself against opponents that were just powerful enough. Leaving this territory for outside tempering would result in unnecessary death.

Gravis noticed the expression of the Sect Master and shook his head. ‘There’s truly no helping them.’

“Anyway, I’m leaving now. Bye,” Gravis said as he teleported away.

The Sect Master looked in the direction Gravis left towards for a while with furrowed brows. However, after some seconds, she simply shrugged. Gravis hadn’t nearly lived as long as her, which meant that he didn’t have as much experience as her. She was older, and she had led her Sect for over 80,000 years. Such a young Cultivator had no idea what he was talking about.

The Sect Master informed the Sect Alliance, and everyone felt relieved. Finally, the ogre was gone! Now, they no longer needed to pay attention to him!

The Sect Masters held a little party for this occasion. This was worthy of a celebration! Everything would return to normal!

Nothing had changed about the Sect Alliance.

Nothing will change.

However, this was of no concern to Gravis. It was their decision to listen to him or not. He had only spoken these words out of kindness anyway since he had taken advantage of them for such a long time.

This was the last time the Sect Alliance and Gravis would come into contact.

As soon as Gravis was alone, he broke Arc’s emblem and teleported away.

Gravis would take one last break before he went on to comprehend his Primary Laws.

“Finally done, huh?” Arc said with a smile while he drew lines in the dirt.

“Yep, finally done!” Gravis said with a smirk.

“So, what’s your next goal?” Arc asked.

Gravis sat down on another tree stump and sighed. “More Laws, obviously,” Gravis said. “There are still so incredibly many Laws left. I obviously can’t understand all of them in just 12,000 years, but I’ll see how far I will get.”

“I need to comprehend the Medium Pure, Soft Pure, Plant Growth, Major Body Growth, Major Body Composition, Major Heat, Major Cold, and all the different Major Mixed Element Laws. There are so incredibly many left that 12,000 years won’t be enough. Just the Mixed Element Laws are like ten or so, depending on if there are more than before due to the higher tier,” Gravis said with a sigh.

“Ah, youth,” Arc said with a chuckle. “So many new things to see.”

“So, what’s your plan after that?” Arc asked.

“Tempering,” Gravis said. “As you know, I will take over Siral’s tribulation. However, this will draw over someone very powerful from the Core Regions. This means that I have to be fully ready for such a battle. The opponent will be someone in the Mid Major Circulation Immortal King Realm, and my current Will-Aura is barely a bit stronger than that.”

“This means that I need to increase my Will-Aura before that. I’ll probably go to the beasts’ territory for that. Fighting a beast five levels above myself is basically impossible due to their insanely powerful defense and speed. I wouldn’t even be able to hit or scratch them.”

“Fighting five levels above myself against humans is possible, but not against beasts. I will probably fight some beasts four levels above myself to increase the power of my Will-Aura. After that, I will fight my eventual opponent. This will be the first time I fight someone five levels above myself.”

Arc nodded. “That’s a good plan. However, you need to remember that Immortal Kings on that level also know many level four Laws. There are even several that know level five Laws.”

Gravis sighed. “Level five Laws, huh? I presume those would even be their Avatars, right?”

Arc nodded.

“That would be the power of a level six Law, something I can’t defend myself against,” Gravis said.

Gravis became nervous, but he calmed himself with a sigh. “It’s truly difficult. It feels similar to the time I fought against the middle Heaven. This is basically a power I can’t compete against.”

Gravis’ eyes narrowed. “However, I must try. No matter what I do, my first fight against someone five levels above me will always be a fight with a 90% chance of death! If I don’t do this now, how will I ever win against you?” Gravis said as he turned to Arc.

Arc nodded with a smile. “That’s the correct mindset,” he said. “I’ll be honest. The chances of your death are overwhelming, but it’s not impossible. The power difference isn’t as great as between the middle Heaven and you back then. You can still put up a fight, but it will be one of the most dangerous fights you have ever fought.”

Gravis nodded. “I know,” he said. “It’s almost insane of me to attempt something like that, but I need to do something insane. After all, fighting you in the future is far more insane than that.”

“Thanks,” Arc said with a grin. “So, you ready for your new class?”

Gravis laughed a bit. “I’ve always been read-“


Gravis had just blinked, and during that moment, he had been teleported to his class. A green monkey had just raised its hand to greet Gravis.

“Hi!” Gravis answered with a wave of his hand.

‘Must you always do this to me?’


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