Quick Transmigrating Second Female Lead's Counterattack - Chapter 109
Quick Transmigrating Second Female Lead's Counterattack Chapter 109
XunMi controlled the assemblage of flower petals while holding her jade flute in the other hand. Her entire aura was austere as the wind around her became sharper.
Bang! Two strong energies slammed together. Liu HuiRan stumbled backwards as he spit out blood.
XunMi remained standing in her original place steadily.
Liu HuiRan looked shocked, as if he had only now discovered his daughter had changed. Just her aura alone could oppress him to the point of giving him internal injuries. Exactly what level of cultivation is she?
XunMi’s lips curled up. With a flash, her jade flute pierced into Liu HuiRan’s shoulder.
Another round of blood spurted out. Liu HuiRan felt like his right hand was completely broken.
XunMi glanced at him. With a twist of her jade flute, she pierced the sharp edge into Liu HuiRan’s other shoulder. Without the help of a XiSui pill, it would be hard for Liu HuiRan’s bone and tendons to be reconnected.
She won’t cripple his cultivation just yet. Giving someone hope before watching them fall apart was a more rewarding process.
“Liu HuiRan, I’ll let you off today. But there won’t be a next time. If I find out you’re still trying to cause trouble, I’ll definitely destroy you.” XunMi turned to leave without wavering.
With such a turn of events, Liu family could only decline. It would be impossible for Liu HuiRan to steadily stay in his family head position for much longer.
Ouyang HanShuang mockingly looked down at the middle aged man on the ground. Even though he had a handsome face, he was still scum.
“Humph!” She happily turned to follow her teacher out.
Xuan Guang was also dragged away by Tian Xuan. The group of people standing in the backyard also began to disperse. As for Liu HuiRan, Liu family’s members looked at each other before dragging him out.
When Fu XinZhi returned to the Liu family clan yard, she saw the disciples gathered outside discussing something. She had previously received a letter from her family and gone to see them so she didn’t know anything about what had happened at GuiYuan sect.
“Madam, you’re back.” A disciple weakly greeted before quickly summarizing what had recently happened. He had originally wanted to just give her an update but he hadn’t expected Madam to laugh with glee at the information.
“Mi’er is truly great. That kind of scum deserves to die. As Liu family’s disciples, then you have to make sure to keep your eyes open. You need to know what kind of people are worth following. When we get back, recount these events to the ancestors and the other relatives. Got it? Remember to be completely honest.” Fu XinZhi felt as if she got to release her anger. Now, Liu HuiRan was no better than if he had his meridians crippled. But this wasn’t enough.
Stroking the sword on her waist, Fu XinZhi pushed open the door and walked inside. The disciples outside were still busy digesting her words when they heard a scream coming from inside the room.
They looked at each other, not sure whether or not they should go in. Inside was the family head and the family madam. Would it be appropriate for them to go in?
Within the time they were hesitating, Fu XinZhi came back out with a newly red sword.
“Carry him back.” She glanced back before leaving.
Liu family’s disciples nervously walked forward to see a bleeding figure on the bed. A few easily frightened individuals fell with fear at the sight, holding onto the door handle and refusing to take another step further.
Finally, a brave soul stepped up. From his view, he saw that the person on the bed had had his legs cut off. The outpouring blood dyed the bed sheets red. The person’s eyes were wide open yet he couldn’t make a sound.
The disciple reached out his hand shakily. There was still breathing: very weak, but enough to show that he wasn’t dead yet.
That’s good. That’s good. He called two others to get water and medicine while he grabbed a clean quilt to wrap around and carry him.
They needed to quickly return. If they stay here any longer, they really couldn’t imagine what else would happen.
The pleasant competition concluded with many unforeseeable endings.
XunMi explained her plans to Xuan Guang, and Tian Xuan before leaving for Death’s Eye together with Ouyang HanShuang.
This was the best place for practicing cultivation. There was food, dwelling, and entertainment. XunMi herself also needed a peaceful place to breakthrough to soul senior level. Now that Liu ZhenXin and Liu HuiRan had been taken care of, she could relax a little.
XunMi was a bit distressed while carrying her a weak white fox. When she let this fellow out last night, he had acted as if he didn’t have any energy and was completely indifferent to her actions.
“Xiao Bai, are you reaching hibernation? Why do I feel like you are about to go to sleep at any moment?” XunMi caressed Xiao Bai’s soft fur while asking.
Xiao Bai glanced at his master with disdain. He turned his head, refusing to acknowledge her.
Ouyang HanShuang couldn’t hold back her laughter, causing XunMi to glare at her.
“Teacher, this fox isn’t in hibernation season yet. Perhaps Xiao Bai is feeling uncomfortable somewhere. Is he hungry?” She was just randomly guessing. She hadn’t expected to see her teacher’s face light up as if she saw the light.
Her lips twitched. “Teacher, don’t tell me that you haven’t been feeding Xiao Bai.” Wowow, she suddenly felt her teacher contract beast was so pitiful. His master didn’t even know when he was starving.
“I forgot,” XunMi awkwardly laughed.
After taking Xiao Bai from Death’s Eye, she had thrown him directly into the inventory space. BaoBao had been accompanying Xiao Bai during this time so she really wasn’t paying attention to this part.
She pulled out a piece of beef jerky she had stored in her inventory and gave it to Xiao Bai. As soon as he saw it, his eyes lit up.
XunMi felt even more sorry, “Xiao Bai, it’s my fault. I forgot. Eat slowly, I have a lot more. You can have as much as you want. When we get to Death’s Eye, I’ll catch all your favorite DuoWei beasts for you.”
The DuoWei beasts were very similar to roosters. The difference was that they were much more powerful. Their many tails had large sharp feathers.
Ouyang HanShuang really didn’t know what to say to her teacher. In major events, she wouldn’t make the slightest mistakes. But in details within her private life, she really could act like a fool at times.
╮(╯▽╰)╭ Forget it, she was used to it at this point. The two of them plus a white fox cheerfully arrived at the small village that they had first met in. If they passed through this place, they would be entering Death’s Eye’s parameters.
On their way over, they had encountered numerous robbery attempts. However, they were able to use their might to suppress all the attempts while handily stealing from those that had come to rob them. ╮(╯▽╰)╭
But seeing the woman standing before them, emitting black energy and bearing Liu ZhenXin’s face, XunMi and and Ouyang HanShuang almost fell over.