Mystical Journey - chapter-1109-dark-prologue-1
Chapter 1109: Dark Prologue 1
Translator:EndlessFantasy TranslationEditor:EndlessFantasy Translation
Emerging from the funeral, Garen was still lost in his shock over the
tremendous power controlling the star.
He believed that his Scarlet Snow Technique had already reached the very
peak, and was now even stronger than that of the First Generation
Forefather. And even if he put all his power into it, if he tried to
influence a star, unfortunately…
He could influence the Mother Planet, but that did not mean he could move
The Sun’s mass was 290,000 times that of the Mother Planet, can you
imagine the difference? It was the difference between a basketball and a
grain of rice!
Garen had thought that he was strong enough already, but once he compared
it like that…
But in this world, he could no longer grow any stronger. The only hope he
had left was on the Hellfrost Peacock Queen, he could sense that he had
already reached Army Level, and with this breakthrough, he had completely
attained the peak of Army Level. In terms of fighting power, perhaps he
was no longer at Level Nine, perhaps he had reached Level Ten, but even
he could not be sure.
Back then, the First Generation Forefather had been at the peak of Level
Nine. And now, Garen had surpassed him.
Maybe he was even Level Ten now.
Even in this whole universe, Level Ten fighters were a domineering force,
many Perpetual Motioners were called saints, but you could not tell who
was stronger because they never really fought each other.
As with the Secret Technique World back then, their reputations allowed
them to each take hold of a piece of territory. None of them dared to
haphazardly attack, or to provoke other Perpetual Motioners.
It would be fine if they could win, but it would also be troublesome if
they could not. Since they were all at the same level, the loser would
instantly be considered inferior to the winner.
Plus, Perpetual Motioners were extremely hard to kill. The words
Perpetual Motion represented a limit, their Timeless Boards could
perpetually invoke the power of antimatter, and they could directly
absorb the power of antispace. Since time flowed backward in antispace,
the Perpetual Motioners basically no longer cared about time. They were
immortal, and could influence time, forever maintaining their power at
their peak conditions.
When everyone had infinite power like this, the difference came from the
disparities in their understanding and abilities.
“I’m now also one of Planet Naga’s Perpetual Motioners, I just
don’t know whether the Energy Machinists have a plan to deal with this
Garen left Blackboard Academy, and finally flew toward the direction of
the Seventh Ruins as he remembered it.
That should be the place where Clint and the rest will arrive on the
Mother Planet. Nono’s relatives were all dead, and only Baylon was
left, so no matter what, he could not allow himself to break this promise
As for as the disciple he had meant to accept, Tesna, she seemed to have
passed out from exhaustion, but fortunately Turing managed to carry her
away and protect her in time, so she did not die. Just like that, she had
also passed Garen’s last test – luck.
Looks like she was pretty lucky, to have survived that apocalyptic
disaster despite being a normal human, that was nothing short of a
“Once I go back this time, I’ll really have to consider how to deal
with this incident. And Carthage…” A hint of coldness flashed through
Mother Planet, Seventh Ruins
It was a complete wasteland here, and a thick pillar of white light
descended onto it from the sky, turning this place into an isolated
The ruins in the middle were somehow still there, but everything around
it had been completely turned to desert, so from afar, it looked like an
island floating in the ocean of sand.
After so many years, Garen had finally returned to this place. Looking at
it from a distance, the ruins looked just like they did back then, blurry
and foggy, so that he could not quite see what was inside.
The last time he came in here, he was nearly threatened by the terrifying
“Let’s go. Let’s see that beloved little brother of mine, how long
has it been…?”
Garen wore white robes, while Turing and Tesna followed behind him, also
dressed in white robes.
“Little brother? Tutor, you have a little brother?” asked Tesna in
confusion, she knew next to nothing about Garen.
“Just do whatever Master tells you to do, why are you asking so
much?” Turing had also hidden himself in the enormous white robes, and
looked almost like a mutated radiation person.
“Okay…” Tesna was the classic airhead-type, and nodded rather
embarrassedly when she heard that.
The three of them headed toward the ruins quickly, leaving the scooter
they had arrived in not far behind them. The vehicle had been rented from
the Blackboard Region.
“Are we just going to leave the scooter there!?” Tesna turned around
and looked at it.
“It will go back on its own,” explained Turing exasperatedly.
“It’s automatic? This big thing? Not bad.” Tesna was instantly
somewhat surprised. Ever since she woke up, she seemed to have recovered
some of her girlhood innocence, and was no longer as cold or distant.
Now, she was interested in everything, and curious about everything.
“You’ve always lived in the Regions, and never ventured out into the
radiation area, so naturally you would be curious about everything
here,” explained Garen with a smile. “Now come with me and don’t
delay anymore. My brother is still waiting for us, y’know.”
“Oh…” Tesna instantly fell quiet, and obeyed obediently. This
teacher looked all mysterious, and rather than a martial artist, he felt
more like a traveller.
She could no longer stay in that family any longer anyway, so she may as
well leave the Blackboard Region with this newly-recognized master of
hers. That might bring her a new life.
It was just that she would sometimes think of her older brother, and find
him hard to forget. Once she left this time, who knew how long it would
be until they meet again.
The three of them slowly walked through the desert, toward the ruins.
Inside the ruins, it seemed as though everything unusual has vanished.
There were only bits and pieces of the circus equipment and stage left,
whereas the strange factory parts and machines had all vanished.
The Seventh Ruins, once the most mysterious location, had now become just
another set of old, regular ruins.
They did not walk for long before catching sight of what looked like a
newly-built metallic cottage. It was made of the metal structures readily
found here, and looked very simple, but also seemed extremely sturdy.
A red-haired young man was saying something loudly to a young girl with
short white hair. The girl had her head lowered shyly, but the young man
seemed open and brash.
At the same time, another pretty girl in skin-tight clothes happened to
walk out of the house. She wore white jeans, a figure-hugging black top,
and had a wide black metallic belt tied around her waist. There were many
strange tools sticking out of the belt.
The girl who had come out had her long black hair tied into a ponytail,
and her fair skin was covered in oil stains, but her unnaturally perky
figure was enough to attract and keep the gaze of any male. It was a
completely style from the white-haired girl’s innocent purity, she was
full of vigor and strangely sexy.
If anyone looked closer, they might notice that this handsome girl’s
aura was rather similar to Garen’s.
As though hearing the footsteps from afar, the trio in front of the
metallic house glanced over, their gazes following the source of the
At first glance, all three gazes focused on Turing, who had the strongest
sense of presence. Even when shrunken down, he was still two meters tall,
and anyone’s gaze would find him first.
Next was Garen.
The instant she saw Garen, the girl with the ponytail dropped the
tweezers in her hand with a loud clang.
Her face was instantly covered with joy, and she forgot all about the oil
stains on her body, rushing toward Garen like a madwoman.
“Big Bro Nono?!” The young man, Clint, was also instantly overjoyed.
After all, he had wanted to thank Big Brother Nonosiva in person for a
long time now, if it were not for Nonosiva’s interference back then,
Clint would not even have been able to escape the Blackboard Region.
Only the white-haired girl looked completely confused.
Garen’s smile was full of relief, thank goodness Baylon was fine.
She really was the last of Nono’s family, if something had happened to
her too, then he would have nothing left but feelings of guilt toward the
owner of this body that he had possessed.
Seeing that Baylon was overcome with sincere emotions, Garen held his
arms slightly open, allowing her to pounce at him.
“Brother!! I heard that you’d gone missing, I looked for so long but
I could never find you!! Where did you go!?” Baylon cried tears of
happiness, the tears splashing down her face as she pounced straight into
“You really surprised me.” Garen shook his head slightly, feeling
Baylon’s soft body that had lost all traces of masculinity.
Instantly, Baylon stiffened up somewhat.
“Big Bro! You can’t blame her for that! There’s a reason Baylon’s
like this!” said Clint loudly, hurriedly rushing up to him.
“Of course I know that, otherwise the first thing I would do is give
this punk a good beating!” Garen put on a fierce tone. Then he started
to carefully observe this future Red King赤之王.
This was the Red King who would eventually be able to go toe to toe
against the White King, his power would be stronger than half of the
galaxy, but now he just looked like a regular wimp.
“Also, since when have I allowed you to call me Big Bro?” retorted
Garen somewhat unhappily. He used Nono’s signature haughtiness and
arrogant tone to look down at Clint from above.
“Urk!…” Clint held his forehead and smiled blankly, at a loss on
how to reply.
“Oh, yeah, Brother, this is our new friend, White Winter.” Baylon
immediately changed the subject, left Garen and ran across to drag White
White Winter lowered his head shyly, and was dragged over by Baylon,
looking bashful and intimidated.
“C’mon, call him Big Bro!” Baylon pressed his head down, saying
He felt a bit like a mob boss…
Garen’s expression was exasperated, and he waved his hand.
“Stop fooling around. How have you guys been recently? After I left the
Blackboard Region, how did you guys end up in a place like this? I heard
that these ruins are extremely dangerous inside.”
“Uh… about that.” Baylon glanced at Turing and Tesna, “It’s a
Since Red Moon had some contact with Garen, Clint and the others did not
plan to hide it from him, but they were still wary of the two behind him.
After all, these matters and incidents were extremely important, and the
results could be disastrous if the information was leaked out.
Garen understood that as well, and waved his hand, a signal telling
Turing to take Tesna out for a walk.
The two of them left accordingly, and the remaining few could speak more
Baylon immediately chattered about all their adventures and traumatic
experiences, spilling it all out for Garen.
The Four-Star Alliance? Planet Gideon?
As soon as he heard it, Garen knew that this was the family planet that
White Night had been on, that was once White Night’s Gideon family
planet, but now it was being inhabited by some guy called the Spirit King.
“So you’re saying that Red Moon has gotten part of his Mech back?”
Garen was thoughtful.
Seeing the trio’s strange expressions, Garen finally asked about Red
“In order to protect us, the Lord… was hit by the energy tide, and is
now seriously injured. He’s still recuperating…” Clint said
helplessly, his expression desolate.
“Then what do you plan to do? Wait here until he wakes up?” Garen
Clint instantly scratched his head, and did not reply.
Baylon’s gaze wandered as well, Garen had evidently hit the jackpot.
Looking at the two of them, Garen was instantly at a loss. Look at the
White King, he had been planning things for decades. On the other hand,
Clint right now was just an immature child, the difference between them
was like heaven and hell. Garen had no idea how he ended up becoming the