Mystical Journey - chapter-1008-agreement-2
Chapter 1008: Agreement 2
Translator:EndlessFantasy TranslationEditor:EndlessFantasy Translation
The City of Nagadako.
Numerous flying ships were soaring through the sky, constantly circling
between the volcanos’ craters.
One of the silver-white flying ships had four enormous jet ports at its
bottom and was constantly emitting red flames at tremendous speed,
pushing the flying ship to fly at an inhuman speed.
A white flying dragon was carved on the surface of this particular flying
Inside the flying ship, a few young people were dressed in silver
uniforms with a flying dragon symbol printed on their cuffs. They were
seated around a large round table, playing some sort of three-dimensional
sand table game.
“Liz, aren’t you going to join us?” A baby-faced young man was
playing the table game while glancing at a beautiful girl in the corner
working on the computer.
Liz shook her head. “Remember the last time we were here, it was with
two of my friends whom I just met. I wonder how they are now.”
“Friend? I don’t recall you mentioning before, haven’t they enter
different sects already?” The young lad responded with interest.
“Yeah…they were so much stronger than me back then,” Liz said
“So which sect were they recruited in? Do share.” The young lad
“I’m sure they’ve entered a strong sect, but our Dragon Light Sect
isn’t bad either!” A young girl playing the game pouted.
Liz smiled and kept quiet.
“Why not we ask them out this time if we’re free, maybe we can meet
and get to know each other?” The young man fondled his chin and
suggested. “Just a day out to relax and make friends, what do you guys
“Forget it, our aim this time is to purchase materials, let’s just
finish the quest before even thinking about going out to play.
Furthermore, this is a great opportunity to try out for Level Four. If we
miss this chance, I’m afraid it’ll be very hard for us to get another
chance.” Liz shook her head.
“Alright then, it’s all up to you,” The young man replied amiably.
Far away in the mountains, one of the black caves suddenly exploded from
the inside, pieces of rocks and sand exploded into the air.
Tiny silver stars were shooting outwards, forming a gigantic Nebula
Vortex approximately ten meters wide in the air.
“Hahahaha!!! I’ve finally broken through!” A dark figure laughed
madly as he walked slowly out from the cave. It was Accord, who entered
the Star Cloud Sect back then.
His inborn talent was much stronger than Garen’s. Now that he had
received proper training from a big sect like Star Cloud Sect, it was
like letting a fish back into the water – he was in his own element.
“Brother Accord, you only managed to break through the Half-Moon Level
of resonance, is there the need to be this boastful?” A man with a
feminine voice could be heard far away.
“Hey, how long did it take for Senior Brother Quinton to break through
the Half-Moon level of resonance? Why not tell me that?” Accord snorted
towards the echo from the West.
“If only you weren’t that valued by the master…”
“You’ve stayed in the division for so many years yet none of the
masters is willing to regard you in a different light, who can you blame
for that?” Accord said bluntly. “Stop being enigmatic. I’ll be
leading a team to the Ninth District Star Cloud Void Battlefields soon,
you can try and make a move if you want to.”
The voice grunted coldly and died down, no longer to be heard.
Accord’s expression gradually returned to normal.
The Star Cloud sect had one of the cruelest competition systems and was
known as the toughest one yet among all the other sects. High-leveled
disciples could even bully and exploited the low-leveled disciples’
monthly income. If one was unable to seek a strong protection, one would
have no hope and may even be sent out of the sect straight away.
Under such circumstances, Accord worked very hard to climb to the top. He
practically had no time and energy to rest, all his time was spent trying
He contacted Garen occasionally…they both had each other as the few
friends back in Nagadako.
In a sect like Star Cloud, one need not hope to have true friends.
Because of that, although Garen and Liz were not as talented as him, he
did not look down on them in any sort of way. All just so that he could
maintain a form of non-beneficial friendship.
Thinking about it, he opened his Energy Machine Imprint and looked at the
contact panel. Both Garen and Liz had their avatars lighted up, which
meant that he could contact them now.
“Liz, Garen, you there?” He straight away contacted them through the
Energy Machine Imprint’s long-distance contact call.
“Accord? Are you out?” Liz answered first. “I heard that you
retreated to cultivate sometime earlier on, that’s why I didn’t dare
to disturb you. How are you now? Did you manage to break through Level
Accord hesitated — he had actually been hiding something from the both
of them. He had long gone past Level Five and was now trying to break
through the resonance stage. If he went out this time around and manage
to kill that fellow, he would acquire the Thunder Liquid and move one
step forward to finally reach Full-Moon Level!
But he was worried this would widen the status gap between him and the
other two, some things might eventually deteriorate because of it.
Moreover, existing in such a toxic environment such as Star Cloud made
him appreciate this pure friendship formed by chance.
“Not yet, I failed…” Accord decided to not reveal his actual
“It’s alright, just try harder next time, we’re still young,
there’s still plenty of chances to go again!” Garen’s voice sounded
suddenly. “You’re the most talented one among us, Accord, don’t
forget us when you’re out there mixing around next time.”
“You can forget about it, I’m stuck at the moment, you guys would
probably even surpass me, I can’t say for sure,” Accord laughed
lightly. “Perhaps I’ll be the one relying on you guys when the time
“I’m going to the Central Metropolis auction to buy some stuff. I
might be trying out for Level Four this time.” Liz was moody.
“Accord, you’re currently Level Four, is there anything I have to
Accord thought about it and shared everything he learned when he was
breaking through Level Four. Garen also asked a few questions here and
there which Accord answered them clearly.
“Garen, you’re currently in Scarlet Snow Sect. If there’s anything
you need, just let me know. I can help you buy some things here and send
them over to you, it’s quite conveniently actually.” Accord reminded
“Relax, I wouldn’t be so courteous if I need your help,” Garen
replied with a smile, several years of contact helped built a strong
relationship between the three of them. They were people of Nagadako
currently in foreign lands; the sense of recognition among them
strengthened their relationship between one another.
“Oh yeah, I actually do need something at the moment. If you do see it
by chance, do let me know.” Garen suddenly thought of something he
actually needed help with.
“What is it? We are very efficient in finding various resources here.”
Accord smiled and asked.
At this moment, ten or more different sorts of flying ships appeared at
the bottom of his cave’s entrance. The surface of the flying ships was
shimmering with a layer of Level-Five Light Membrane, which showed that
the owners were Level-Five Energy Machinist powerhouses.
One by one, figures started flying out of the flying ships. They had
silver-winged boots on their feet so they were able to fly around freely.
One by one, these figures landed on the flat ground in front of the cave.
“Congratulations Brother Dark Light for exiting!!!”
Almost ten or more of them stood together and congratulated in unison.
Accord nodded in acknowledgment, these were his men. His power was
renowned in Star Cloud, passing levels and killing people were day-to-day
things. He was beyond outstanding, having risen to be the top ten
strongest in the sector within just an extremely short period of time.
The people who exploited him in the first place were now exploited by
him; some of them were old fritters who were unable to advance further
due to the shortage of resources and they were now his slaves; some of
them switched sides and turned to him; some of them were Energy
Machinists defeated by him and forcefully accepted as his men.
In the 81 section of Star Cloud, he was now ranked number five, the most
powerful disciple among the three of them. In addition to his exceedingly
unique inborn talent, he was really influential.
Gesturing his men to back down, Accord continued his conversation with
Garen and Liz.
“What I need is called the Staff of Absolute Yin, or something along
the lines of the same material will do as well.” Garen sent a picture
over and some detailed parameter index.
“This thing…” Accord furrowed his brows, he seemed to have seen
this somewhere before.
“If you can find it, that would be of great help to me!” Garen said.
“I’ll help look out for it over here too, with one more eye on the
lookout, we might just be able to find it.” Liz followed suit.
“I shall thank you all first then.”
“Don’t fret, I’ll send you news sometime later.” Accord nodded.
“Alright then, I have some matters to attend to here, I’ll end the
call now. We should all meet up one day. It’s been too long since we
“True, since we each entered our sects, we’ve never reunited even
once,” Liz responded instantly, sounding very excited.
“I still have some matters to attend to. I might be making a trip to
the Void Battlefields for probably about three years. How about I contact
you guys once I’m back and we can meet up?” Accord suggested.
“I’ll be there!”
Both of them agreed.
After agreeing to the date, time and place to meet, Accord ended the
call. The hint of warmth in his eyes instantly vanished as he raised his
head to look at the crowd before him.
With a wave of his arm, a three-dimensional screen appeared before him,
displaying the photo of a rotating Staff of Absolutely Yin and its
“Send out all departments to search for this item.”
The Energy Machinists recorded down the picture and features, then
silently dispersed to their own flying ships and departed.
Accord looked to the west and his expression turned cold.
“I will be waiting for you at the Void Battlefields!”
A dark light flashed on his wrist as he leaped away, only leaving a trace
of black vortex which disappeared into thin air.
A cave within the mountains in the west.
A middle-aged man with a ferocious expression snorted as he punched the
stone wall. With a rumble, the stones cracked and fell in huge pieces.
“I shall let you continue your act of arrogance for a while! You little