These dao could slay gods and destroy myriad realms. They deterred anyone from getting closer.
It became apparent for the stronger cultivators that the citadel itself has become a part of a new sword dao. Both ancestors and high elders knew that getting close would instantly turn them into targets. Their defenses weren’t enough to stop the slashes.
Sword Hero believed that his magnum opus could rival any techniques from the dao lords. Thus, he was brimming with confidence.
All eyes turned towards Lil’ Yellow - an old and feeble dog facing a citadel of swords. It seemed as if one remnant sword energy alone could decapitate it.
“Gao!” Lil’ Yellow barked and stared contemptuously at the citadel.
The spectators found this astonishing. They had no idea who the dog was but its arrogance put the ancestors to shame.
These top experts shuddered before the great citadel, not daring to get close. This dog, on the other hand, didn’t care in the slightest.
A while ago, some would attribute this to the dog being ignorant and foolish, simply courting death. Now, no one dared to say a thing after knowing Li Qiye’s identity. The pets of the Sacred Lord couldn’t be ordinary.
They actually thought that both Lil’ Yellow and Lil’ Black were divine beasts from Sacred Mountain. In other words, they were guardian deities.
Amidst everyone’s contemplation, Lil’ Yellow suddenly barked at the sky.
“Boom!” A blinding beam of light shot out of the dog’s mouth, looking as if it was trying to spew out its internal core.
Space trembled as the dog grew at a rapid rate, going from being tiny to the size of a mountain. Its fur was standing on ends. Its eyes became larger than lanterns, bright enough to illuminate the surroundings.
“Clank! Clank! Clank!” Metallic sounds similar to swords unsheathing could be heard.
However, it was just the dog scratching the ground with its sharp, black claws. They emitted tiny rays that could pierce through any defense.
It added a bit of strength and its paws dug into the ground. Cracking noises could be heard by everyone. They thought that it had more than enough power to tear Black Wood Cliff into two halves.
“It’s massive!” They had to look up to look at the dog. Its fur looked like billions of arrows aiming at the sky.
“So it’s actually a divine beast?” One spectator shuddered.
It looked gallant and intimidating without trying to do so. A Duality student dropped to the ground, looking as pale as can be: “I’ve never seen such a big dog before…”
The true form of Yellow frightened the students. It was a good thing that they didn’t sneak in to kidnap it. It wouldn’t have had any problem devouring them.
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