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Dragon Ball God Mu

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Chapter 123

Before leaving, Muyang also bought some basic technology books in the Reid Trading Company, which he prepared for April.

Since that little one was determined to become a scientist, he, as a brother, would try his best to help her out and expose her to some advanced technology.

It was like the rippling gra.s.slands; seven s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps were arranged in a neat and orderly manner.

On each side were three small ten-meter long s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps on display. With silvery-white paint, they looked tiny.

A black, s.h.i.+ny, polished, spherical s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p was particularly noticeable in the middle. Its fifty-meter-plus size was as oppressive as a behemoth.

This gravity s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p and the six small s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps on either side were what Muyang had purchased from the Dominian.

Including the crustacean s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps in the Acceleration s.p.a.ce, there were a total of eight s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps in Muyang’s hands.

Now there was no need to worry about damage to the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps.

Putting the gravity s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps and the six small s.p.a.ces.h.i.+ps all into the Acceleration s.p.a.ce, Muyang went along.

As he looked up, Muyang stood only in front of the gravity s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p. His lips moved, and gave the order to the gravity s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p, “Open the hatch!”

A pallet descended from the bottom of the s.h.i.+p.

Muyang stepped onto the tray and slowly entered the interior of the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p. He then came directly to the outside of the second level of the gravity chamber.

The sound of an electronic door opening with a “click” and Muyang walked through the metal door.

“System, activate 2x gravity!”

Muyang looked around and gave orders to the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p’s central system. The 2x gravity was set according to the gravity of the earth.

“2X gravity, on!”

A substantial downward force was exerted as the electronically unique synth sounded. For a moment, the gravity chamber buzzed with ma.s.sive downward pressure.

“Mmm!” Muyang’s body sank, feeling quite stiff.

The uncomfortable feeling only gradually disappeared as he raised the qi in his body.

Because whether it was the previous Red Planet or the current Domini Planet, the gravity conditions were similar to earth.

Which caused Muyang, who had never experienced a gravity environment before, need some time to adapt to even the small 2x gravity conditions.

The effect of gravity was all-encompa.s.sing, unlike weight-bearing, which only acted on bones and some muscles.

Now Muyang felt that every organ and cell in his body was under double the pressure.

However, Muyang’s physical limits hadn’t been broken for nothing.

In addition to his lifespan somehow increasing, his physical qualities had also surpa.s.sed those of ordinary people.

Moreover, in the Acceleration s.p.a.ce, the dense ki around him was always replenis.h.i.+ng his body’s consumption.

After a few minutes, Muyang adapted to 2x the earth’s gravity and gradually adjusted the gravity.

When he reached 6x gravity, Muyang found that he was already struggling to walk. It was very difficult for him to move around in such a gravity environment, let alone practice.

Helplessly he adjusted the gravity back to 5 times, and the pressure on his body was suddenly lighter.

Although he was still carrying weight as heavy as a thousand pounds, he could still overcome it by gritting his teeth.

By the time he walked out of the gravity room, Muyang was sweating profusely, and every muscle on his body was sore.

Still, his heart was filled with unprecedented excitement. Just a moment ago, he felt that his fighting strength had increased a little.

Although it was only a few points in the single digits, no matter how small a mosquito was, it was still meat.

Acc.u.mulating a few points was also a considerable number.


Muyang had stayed in Planet Domini for a total of four months. He left Planet Domini on a sunny morning in a rather pocket-sized s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p.

The silvery-white s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p penetrated the atmosphere. It turned into a white light and flew towards the universe.

The s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p looked small. It was actually not much smaller than the Namekian’s Sh.e.l.l s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p at over ten meters in length.

s.p.a.ce inside was very tightly arranged, making effective use of all the s.p.a.ce.

After setting up the next destination for the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p, Muyang entered a small room alone to practice his spiritual aspect.

The spiritual aspect was one of the foundations of the Lookout. However, the Lookout’s training of spirituality was more directed towards the mind, and what evolved from this was consciousness fighting.

After the experiments’ failure against animals on Planet Domini, Muyang had ruled out the Acceleration of s.p.a.ce’s effect on lifespan.

So his situation was most likely because of breaking the limit.

He remembered that when he broke through the first limit on top of Korin Tower. The moment the barrier that represented the limit was breached, countless stardust-like fragments of matter entered his body.

He hadn’t felt anything at that time, but now he thought about it. The problem might have been caused by that.

It was also straightforward to verify this speculation; just one more breakthrough of the limit would be enough.

However, this was not easy. As Muyang’s strength continued to grow, thick clouds were once again dense over the Acceleration s.p.a.ce.

Compared to the first time, he felt that the barrier that had been re-acc.u.mulated this time would be even more substantial. Which would be even more challenging to breakthrough.

By the time the limit was reached, the power would reach a constant value and never grow again.

At that time, if he wanted to blast through it, he would have to use that limited power to its maximum effect.

The spirit and the realm, and even the skill of luck, were all things he had to fathom carefully.


The s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p sailed through s.p.a.ce, just as Muyang was deep into spiritual practice.

Outside, a radar built on top of a deserted planet detects the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p’s signal and sent that signal to a command center far away.


Ninth Star Territory, Headquarters.

This was the Frieza Force’s Ninth Territory under the Frieza Forces’ control and housed the Ninth Army of the Frieza Legion.

At this time, in the Headquarters’ port station, the Avidoians were monitoring the course of all the nearby planets.

Suddenly, an alarm sounded violent, signaling that a small s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p was skimming the Ninth Star Territory’s outer star system.

“There’s an unknown s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p flying close to the command.”

The Avidoians were a little surprised.

“What an ignorant fellow, he surely doesn’t know that this is a territory under the jurisdiction of Sir Sorbet. Sir Sorbet is a senior officer of the great Emperor Frieza.”

Speaking of Emperor Frieza, all of the Avidoians showed reverence. There was still a trace of fear in their pupils.

“Do we need to inform Sorbet Commander?”

“Sir Sorbet is now accompanying Sir Dodoria to the Headquarters…if you’re interrupting…” the Avidoian next to him was trying to stop it.

A senior leader glanced at him and smirked, “Just report it. The s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p is flying close to Ninth Headquarters; this is already a provocation. I think Sir Sorbet would be more than happy to deal with such a matter, especially in front of Sir Dodoria.”

A few of the subordinates listened and nodded in sudden realization.

Yes, Sir Dodoria was a famous person besides Emperor Frieza. If he could behave properly in front of him, it was likely that Sir Sorbet would be very happy to do so.

With that in mind, a few Avidoians made a sudden decision and reported the s.p.a.ces.h.i.+p’s discovery to Sir Sorbet. 

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