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Xiao Yu was a little confused. She had comprehended Kunlun’s Power at the Jade Pool and she could use it anywhere.
Why did Junior Brother say that?
“Senior Sister, where do you think the source of Kunlun’s Power is?” Jiang Lan asked.
Be it the enlightenment of spells, power, or Dao.
They all had a carrier.
Spell techniques came from one’s cultivation base, and they were the product of the circulation of one’s cultivation.
Cultivation base was the foundation of spell techniques.
As for Dao, it lied in one’s consciousness, one’s gestures, and in this world.
One’s consciousness and the Heavens and Earth were the foundation of the Dao.
But power was different. This was a complete object. It was engraved in a certain part of the body.
The body and the world were the source.
Before becoming a Celestial Immortal, there were pros and cons of gaining power, but after becoming a Celestial Immortal, it would all become a part of one’s body, a part of one’s mind. From that point on, one would step out to develop their own great power or great Dao.
“Where is it?” Xiao Yu rubbed her brows and asked.
“I can release it as long as I want to.”
“It’s somewhere in your body and it can be unleashed like a spell.
If it’s a bloodline attack, do you think it can defeat the power you have just gained?” Jiang Lan asked.
“No.” Xiao Yu shook her head and said softly.
“I feel that no matter how powerful one is, it won’t be easy for one to defeat the Kunlun’s Power I have just gained.”
Jiang Lan didn’t say anything. He gently tapped the space between Xiao Yu’s eyebrows, and the Dragon Saber Art surged into her mind.
At this moment, Xiao Yu felt her blood boiling, as if she was rejecting the Kunlun’s Power.
Jiang Lan retracted his hand and said softly.
“Senior Sister, did you sense it?”
He was certain that he would be able to defeat the Kunlun’s Power his Senior Sister had just gained because of his Dragon Saber Art.
Using other methods, it was indeed difficult to achieve such a feat.
But there were hidden dangers that needed to be resolved.
As for the hidden danger of his cultivation being sealed, he had actually already made preparations and was more vigilant.
At this moment, Xiao Yu looked at Jiang Lan and blinked her eyes. Her face was filled with curiosity.
“So it’s really Junior Brother.”
Although she had already gotten the answer, she was still surprised to feel it personally.
How on earth did he learn it?
She did not ask now. She decided to ask again in the future.
“Although there are very few people, we still have to guard against hidden dangers.”
Jiang Lan started sweeping the snow with a broom.
“Also, it’s best to hide things that you’ve comprehended that are unexpected and not tell others.
If you encounter an enemy, you can take them by surprise. ”
Xiao Yu also took out her broom and wooden sword. She stood in front of Jiang Lan and asked.
“Is Junior Brother an outsider?”
“Of course not.” Jiang Lan shook his head and accepted the wooden sword.
His relationship with his Senior Sister was very, very close. There was basically no one closer.
“Then isn’t it right to tell Junior Brother everything?” Xiao Yu widened her eyes and looked at Jiang Lan.
Jiang Lan looked at Xiao Yu who was shorter than him and nodded.
Xiao Yu smiled.
“I’m different from Junior Brother. Junior Brother likes to hide. He has a dark personality and lacks a sense of security.
I’m lively and cute. I’m natural and unrestrained. I’ll make you love me. ”
Jiang Lan: “…”
Was there wine mixed in the Jade Pool?
“Oh right, Junior Brother said that the Kunlun’s Power I have just gained can be easily defeated. Is there any way to deal with this?” Xiao Yu asked.
Although her Junior Brother knew the three moves of the Dragon Saber Art, the Dragon Race might not necessarily have anyone who knew about this.
At that time, she would be easily involved.
Jiang Lan also thought of this.
It was not easy to comprehend Kunlun’s Power. Once someone else used the Dragon Saber Art as a threat.
It would be a troublesome matter for Kunlun.
So he needed to make the threat disappear.
Preserving his Senior Sister’s Kunlun’s Power.
Thinking up to this point, Jiang Lan suddenly recalled his master’s words when he asked if he wanted children.
Jiang Lan looked at Xiao Yu. He had a thought in his mind. Could Kunlun’s Power be inherited by their child?
He didn’t know much about it, but it was theoretically possible.
By shifting the power onto the child, this child who would only have half of the True Dragon bloodline should not be affected by the three saber moves.
Therefore, his master and the rest already knew that Xiao Yu had comprehended Kunlun’s Power?
He had to be more careful in the future.
His master had leaked to him that the other summit leaders knew about this matter too.
“Indeed.” Jiang Lan nodded slightly.
“What should we do?” Xiao Yu asked.
“Let’s find another place to store your Kunlun’s Power,” Jiang Lan said.
“Another place?” Xiao Yu was confused.
“Where should I put it?”
Jiang Lan pointed at Xiao Yu’s ordinary heart and said.
Xiao Yu blinked, as if confused.
Jiang Lan: “…”
“Junior Brother, could it be that you… Aiya!”
Before Xiao Yu could finish her sentence, Jiang Lan knocked her forehead with his wooden sword.
“It’s in my heart,” Jiang Lan answered directly.
Xiao Yu covered her head and glared at Jiang Lan.
“Remember Kunlun’s Power in your heart, or rather, use yourself as the foundation to comprehend Kunlun’s Power and completely turn it into your own, becoming a part of yourself.
From then on, regardless of whether it is your will or your spirit, every move you make, your body, or even your bloodline, would have Kunlun’s Power embedded in them.
Whether it is here or not, it is up to a single thought of yours.” Jiang Lan spoke.
“Can I do it?” Xiao Yu covered her head in shock.
Her instincts told her that this matter was definitely not that simple.
“Normally speaking, only a Celestial Immortal can do such a thing. Only a Celestial Immortal can return everything to its source and take a step forward into the Dao that is recognized by Heaven and Earth which belongs solely to them.
It’s the same for Kunlun’s Power,” Jiang Lan explained.
“Then can it still be considered Kunlun’s Power?” Xiao Yu asked.
“It can still be considered so.” Jiang Lan didn’t say it clearly.
However, Xiao Yu understood. It would become her power. At the same time, she could also turn it into Kunlun’s power.
Her Junior Brother’s thoughts were good, but there was a fatal problem.
“Junior Brother is now at the mid-stage Human Immortal realm. I’m only at the perfected Human Immortal realm. I am only two more realms higher than your surface cultivation.
I can’t do this,” Xiao Yu said.
The difference in their cultivation realms was too great.
Jiang Lan kept the wooden sword and started sweeping the snow.
“After we take care of the Ninth Summit, we will head to the Jade Pool. I have an idea.”
Yes, he had a way. It stemmed from a previous thought.
It should work.
“Then, will there be a situation where it can’t fit into my heart?” Xiao Yu asked Jiang Lan.
She didn’t question Jiang Lan’s method.
Neither did she ask for the details.
“Why can’t it fit?” Jiang Lan was curious.
To be able to comprehend the power of Kunlun, logically speaking, one’s mind should be able to contain its power.
“Because my heart is filled up by Junior Brother.” Xiao Yu looked at Jiang Lan as she spoke.
Jiang Lan was surprised when he heard this. Xiao Yu jumped to the side and said excitedly.
“Alright, I’ll sweep the snow.”
Three days later.
It was snowing heavily and the cold wind was blowing.
A sword beam rushed out of the Ninth Summit and headed towards the Jade Pool.
It was Xiao Yu who was flying on the sword.
Jiang Lan stood at the back.
Every time they were flying on their sword, his Senior Sister would be the one bringing him along.
She said that she wanted to teach her the technique at the start.
But after all these years, he had never gotten the chance to see if he had learned it.
Jiang Lan had never tried it before.
It was not good to ride a sword too fast in the sect. However, his Senior Sister did not have such worries.
After confirming that there was no one else around, he began to consider the impact of this trip.
If he used his method, it would definitely bring about a phenomenon.
The “Celestial Immortal Realm” book had recorded that stepping onto one’s own dao would trigger a phenomenon.
He might not be able to take the first step, but he needed to pay attention.
He checked the relevant information several times. After confirming that it was just a phenomenon which would appear and it would not reveal the specific location of one, he felt much more relieved.
There were such records in his master’s insight.
He had also asked indirectly.
Only then did he follow his Senior Sister to the Jade Pool in peace.