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Journey of the Fate Destroying Emperor

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When w.a.n.g Wei saw the appearance of the other two people, he knew that he was in for another fierce fight. As such, he took a deep breath to calm down. He a.n.a.lyzed the previous fight and summarized what he learned as quickly as possible.

“What happened to Zhou Peng?” asked the girl in the group. w.a.n.g Wei looked at her. She was also quite the beauty. However, there was nothing soft or weak about her. She looked quite heroic. w.a.n.g Wei could tell that she was the kind of girl that was not under any man when it comes to fighting.

“So, Zhou Peng was his name?” responded w.a.n.g Wei. “I shall remember him.”

” You…” responded the other guy while clenching both his hands and teeth. This guy was quite short compared to w.a.n.g Wei or Zhou Peng, however he was also more lean. His steps were quiet and did not leave any marks in the ground.

As soon as he finished his words, he pounced on w.a.n.g Wei without hesitation. His knife was fast, silent, and deadly. On his first attack, he went straight for the heart.

w.a.n.g Wei pivoted his left foot slightly to move his body, thus evading the attack. Then, his right hand moved to stab his opponent in the chest. However, as soon as he moved, he received another attack from the heroic girl.

So he had to use his dagger as a defensive move to stop her attack. As soon as he placed his attention on her, the short guy attacked again. This time the attack was directed towards w.a.n.g Wei’s head.

As he moved his neck slightly to evade this stab, the heroic girl seemed to have antic.i.p.ated this, so she immediately followed the short guy’s action and stabbed him in the heart.

w.a.n.g Wei did not have much s.p.a.ce or time to properly evade this knife. As such, he moved his body to allow the knife to penetrate the s.p.a.ce between his ribs–and avoiding a major organ. Thus, w.a.n.g Wei evaded a fatal attack, but he was still injured.

Right after the knife entered his body, w.a.n.g Wei immediately kicked the girl on her sternum and pushed her away from him. w.a.n.g Wei’s goal was to deprive her of her weapon, however, she seemed to be experienced and still held onto her knife as she flew a few meters away.

w.a.n.g Wei started bleeding. The pain was actually nothing compared to his experience in the PaG.o.da Trial. As such, he just looked at his bleeding chest and ignored it. He knew that he had no time to use proper treatment on it. Furthermore, due to the [Ten Thousand Things Adapt To One Sutra], his body will try to keep him alive on its own. This fight was far from over.

A few seconds later, the heroic girl got up from the floor. Although her sternum was injured by that kick, she was still in good shape and could fight properly.

w.a.n.g Wei’ situation had become worse. Not only was he fighting two experienced people at once with a drained stamina, he was now injured.

The heroic girl and the short guy continued to attack w.a.n.g Wei without hesitation. The guy always went for the throat, while the girl went for the legs to immobilize w.a.n.g Wei and prevent him from dodging.

w.a.n.g Wei kept using Zhou Peng’s dodging method to its full power. Only using the slightest movement to move. Tilt his head a little when facing an attack toward his skull or eyes, slightly bend his torso to dodge an attack on the upper body, lower the shoulder to evade a stab toward his arms…

w.a.n.g Wei only moved a few centimeters at times. By repeatedly dodging the attacks of these two people, he became more and more skilled in this dodging method. However, things did not go as smoothly as his fight against Zhou Peng.

There were many wounds on w.a.n.g Wei’s body; there were cuts on his face, arms, torso, and legs. Although most of them were shallow wounds, they still had blood coming out of them.

Furthermore, as w.a.n.g Wei shed more blood, his stamina began to decrease rapidly. And so, it became more difficult to dodge, thus increasing the amount of wounds on his body. This was a vicious cycle that would probably lead to his death.

Of course w.a.n.g Wei knew that he would not die. The sect has already planted secret techniques on him that would save his life when his life is truly in danger. However, w.a.n.g Wei was not reconciled to rely on them.

It had only been a few days since he entered the Spirit Road Trial, and he had only fought three times and was about to be sent out. How could he accept such failure?

This fight was nothing but child’s play compared to the Heaven Mandate Battle, yet he was already losing so badly. He would not accept such tremendous failure.

w.a.n.g Wei took a deep breath to calm his agitated mood. He concentrated and eliminated all of his thoughts that are not relevant to the fight.

He found himself entering a mysterious state in which he became extremely calm, indifferent, and focused; he had no distracting thoughts whatsoever. Then, everything around him slowed down and became extremely clear.

w.a.n.g We found himself able to predict his opponent’s every move and action. From the trembling of their muscles, he could tell which body part they would use to attack; he could predict an upcoming kick, punch, or knife stab.

From their facial expression or the direction that their eyes looked at, he could predict where they would attack him; he could tell if they would attack his eyes, throat, heart, or lungs. w.a.n.g Wei could even feel their killing intent.

With this newfound ability, w.a.n.g Wei knew that he would be the final victor in this battle. As such, he immediately attacked with the intention to end this fight as soon as possible.

w.a.n.g Wei rushed to the short guy first. When he saw the short guy stabbing him, he saw all of his action in slow motion. He could see how and when the guy lifted his hand to stab him and that the direction of his attack was toward his shoulder. He could even feel the heroic girl’s presence behind him ready to attack his spine.

w.a.n.g Wei immediately evaded the stab, then swiftly moved behind the short guy while he was still in the motion of stabbing. Then, he held the head of the short guy.

Followed by an abrupt CRACK sound, w.a.n.g Wei twisted and broke his neck. Then, he kicked him in the direction of the heroic girl. When she saw her partner flying towards her direction without stopping, she immediately stopped her attack and pushed him aside.

However, w.a.n.g Wei was ready and had already antic.i.p.ated this. The moment that she pushed her dead partner aside, he threw his dagger and plunger it straight into her throat. She did not have any time to evade.

The heroic girl fell down on her back with a dagger inserted in her throat. Blood splattered all over the ground, her eyes still opened, and a look of confusion on her face. She could not figure out how she died so quickly and suddenly. The odds were obviously in their favor.

w.a.n.g Wei did not have time to contemplate what he learned from this fight. He immediately took his dagger and the other two and rushed toward his base. He was gravely injured and he could feel that the state he was in was gradually fading.

w.a.n.g Wei could tell that he would pay a price for entering such a state while being so injured, so he needed a safe place before the repercussions arrived.

When he arrived at his base in the forest, the first thing he did was to activate all of his traps, then put on all the herbal healing cream that he had created with different kinds of herbs he found in the forest. w.a.n.g Wei had created it in case he was wounded and needed something to heal his injuries. After doing all of this, he pa.s.sed out.

All he could remember before pa.s.sing out was a very intense headache. However, w.a.n.g Wei knew that he had survived this ordeal and became more powerful because of it.

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