The Hermit

Author: No Sweet Apples

149

Xue Si, the fourth son of the Xue Family, was nearly disabled in a world where people cultivated for immortality, because he did not possess Douqi (a sort of Qi, or energy, used for fighting) by the time he was 16. But Xue Si had his own thoughts about this and he not only overcame the difficulty of not having Douqi, but also cultivated himself into an immortal in the ancient world where he was living, and then started his journey to conquer the universe and the planets in another time-space.

A Perfect Martial God

Author: Lang Tao

87

Zhou Han, whose family members all died in battles, chose to join the army and try to get more resources for his martial cultivation by undertaking battle achievements. One day, when he opened a scroll put on his bed by an unknown person, he entered a special space-time of an ancient sacrificing spirit. Though he did not understand what a sacrificing spirit was, or how their system functioned, the spirit acknowledged that he had absorbed Zhou Han’s energy for half a year. That was the reason why Zhou Han had became so weak and could not fight for the past several months. But the good news was that the spirit wanted to accept Zhou Han as his master before he could absorb his energy, and so the spirit could help him cultivate. With the help of the spirit, Zhou Han became a martial god in his army, and was chosen by the martial union of the empire to be trained for the more important task of defending the country from the demons.

The Secret Cultivation Manual: Qisha

Author: Xi Lai

2

In this world, the immortals in heaven always restricted the development of technology and military powers on Earth. Despite this, the warriors were the real foundation of all civil countries. Many warriors wanted to break the top-down limits from above, but they found it necessary to train themselves to become immortals. The problem with this, however, was that if they became immortal, they’d be happy to restrict the Earth again. This strange cycle appeared broken to a person totally outside of it, a person who owned the cultivation manual of killing called Qisha. The truth of this manual came with an unspoken caveat. The strange side-effect of Qisha? During the whole process of cultivation, you might have great desire to slaughter.