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“…But the Happy Sheep Emperor was forever imprisoned by the Wolf Clan Emperor under the green grassland. Seeing that the Sheep Village was about to be destroyed, Lazy Sheep could no longer pretend to be an ordinary sheep. It raised its head and let out a long ‘baa’, and its supreme cultivation returned. It fought with the Wolf Clan’s supreme Grey Wolf to the end of the universe, even erasing the Great Dao.”
Sitting on the edge of the bed, Luo Wusheng looked at the little girl on the bed who was listening to his story with a serious expression. He felt a sense of satisfaction, and casually mixed together several stories from his previous life, almost without much thought.
However, the protagonist of this story, Miss sword fairy, Miss Lu Yuliu, listened with relish.
After all, the entertainment value of storybooks and the like in this world was not very developed. Even if Luo Wusheng casually mixed together storylines that left a deep impression on him from his memory, it was still much more interesting than the storybooks in this world.
It’s just that the logic of the stories couldn’t stand up to scrutiny.”
But only a childlike mind like Lu Yuliu’s would not care about those logics, and her attention was focused on some strange things.
“Why are there only demon tribes in the story? What is the realm of supreme cultivation? Can’t the land immortals of the ancient human race control their battles?”
“Um…because this is a story that happened in the land of ancient demon tribes. The supreme cultivation is similar to the realm of human cultivators becoming immortals after crossing the tribulation. As for the human race…they were probably busy building socialism at that time and had no time to meddle in the affairs of the demon tribes.” Luo Wusheng’s brain spun rapidly, making up nonsense without even blinking.
Lu Yuliu tilted her head again.
“Cough, the story ends here, and we move on to the next one.”
Luo Wusheng quickly changed the subject: “The new story also takes place in ancient times when the human race was weak and had a terrifying natural enemy – the giant race. The human race built three high walls to resist the giant race’s attacks and a group of people with cultivation potential worked hard to cultivate and fight against the giants.”
“But the giant race was too powerful, even cultivators were no match for them, and the first wall was destroyed by giants. It was at this time that a young man named Dagu suddenly awakened the bloodline of the Light Giant…”
Time passed quickly.
With his own strength at the golden core realm, Luo Wusheng could talk about stories for days without getting tired.
Luo Wusheng believed that under his strong literary influence, the girl in front of him would surely become an interesting woman who would not be stuck in low-level interests.
At least she could catch up with the jokes he made.
Just like at this moment-
“So, is the sea over there free?”
The little girl Lu Yuliu looked at Luo Wusheng with a naive gaze.
“No, on the other side of the sea are enemies and endless Tatakae…”
Luo Wusheng answered seriously.
Although Lu Yuliu couldn’t understand what Tatakae meant, after listening for so long, she could vaguely feel what Luo Wusheng was trying to express.
“You’re so amazing, you know so many ancient secrets that I’ve never heard of… Ah.”
The little girl suddenly exclaimed.
“What’s wrong?” Luo Wusheng looked at her with some confusion.
“Um, I actually forgot to tell you my name… We’ve known each other for so many days, and you’ve been so kind to me…”
Lu Yuliu lowered her pretty little face, feeling somewhat regretful.
“It’s okay, I haven’t formally introduced myself to you either, right?” Luo Wusheng smiled and rubbed her little head.
After these few hours of intimate contact, he had also established a close relationship with this little girl.
The affinity level had already gone up, plan succeeded!
“That’s different! You’re the Holy Saint of the Demon Sect, and everyone knows your name is Luo Wusheng, but you don’t know my name.”
Lu Yuliu vigorously shook her little head, her body also bringing about a huge fluctuation in people’s hearts. “And we haven’t called each other by name, how can we be considered friends?”
Luo Wusheng felt that this little girl with only childlike intelligence was making a lot of sense.
The main reasons he hadn’t asked for Lu Yuliu’s name before were two-fold.
One reason was that he had known it for a long time, and the other reason was that even if he asked, he wouldn’t get the real answer from her mouth.
After all, the little girl is still hiding her identity.
But now the little rational evaporated girl in front of him has even removed her disguise, and she probably doesn’t have the concept of hiding her identity anymore.
(Becoming the protagonist’s named friend? Well, not in the protagonist’s team, but has a certain relationship with the protagonist…)
Thinking of this, he nodded with satisfaction: “You’re right.”
After getting his reply, Lu Yuliu patted her chest happily, causing ripples in people’s hearts.
“My name is Lu Yuliu, the most powerful sword immortal in the entire immortal realm in the future. You must remember that!”
She straightened her body and said somewhat proudly.
A child’s self-introduction is always so plain and unremarkable.
But who would have thought that she would really become a legendary sword immortal with a reputation throughout the immortal realm in the future?
Luo Wusheng shook his head and laughed.
“Since that’s the case, I’ll rely on you, this sword immortal, to protect me when I encounter danger in the future.”
Yeah, especially when he faced the death crisis of the Demon Cleansing War a year later.
“Hmph, leave it to me!” Lu Yuliu said confidently.
Getting the protagonist’s verbal promise, Luo Wusheng felt that the death shadow that had been hanging over him for the past few days had faded a lot.
In that case, as long as he could hold on for a year until the protagonist came to protect him, it would be enough, right?
As long as he stayed in the Royal City, he shouldn’t die like in the original work, the first batch to be targeted. Even if the Buddhist Sect came to the Royal City to clean up the remnants of the Demon Sect, he would already be protected by the protagonist’s halo, like Bai Xiaoyao.
After that, the sea is wide and the fish leap, and the sky is high and the birds fly.
With the peerless talent of this body, he could hide and cultivate for hundreds of years. If he could become a terrestrial immortal, where would there be any commoners daring to harm him?
Who knows, he might even be able to press down the group of baldies from the Buddhist Sect and rub them on the ground.
“Since that’s the case, I’ll make a formal self-introduction too.”
Luo Wusheng smiled: “I am the Demon Sect’s Holy Saint, Luo Wusheng. From now on, we will each address each other by our names.”
The little girl was about to nod, but then hesitated for a moment.
She murmured something in her mouth, and after a while, her eyes suddenly lit up.
“Dame! Calling each other by just our names seems a bit too unfamiliar! From now on, you can call me Little Yuli, and I’ll call you… um, Luo Lang!”
Her master, who is closest to her, uses this format to address her in private, so this must be a beautiful title that can express the good relationship between the two.
The little girl praised herself for her wit.
The pronunciation of dame was taught to her by Luo Wusheng, and she quickly put it into practice.
“Quick, let’s try it once!” Lu Yuliu seemed to have found something that she was very interested in now.
Luo Wusheng always felt like there was a big lump in his throat that he couldn’t get out.
“Are you sure?”
He looked at Lu Yuliu with a strange expression on his face.
“Of course, come on and give it a try, Luo Lang!”
The little girl was completely unaware of the severity of the situation.
Luo Wusheng looked at her with a look of pity.
If the effects of the episode wore off, how would this child face the aftermath of her actions?
It would be more than just social death.
The thought of the scene that would be akin to a living hell made Luo Wusheng find it amusing.
As a former reader of the original story, he had looked forward to the scenes of the protagonist doing a mental recovery after this episode.
But now… should he really do this, wouldn’t the protagonist continue to suffer social death, and would he not be punished?
After thinking for a moment, a gentle smile appeared on Luo Wusheng’s face.
“Okay, Little Yuli.”
He only wanted to see the scene of the protagonist having a social death when her episode gone off, he is probably in danger, but the protagonist had such a broad mind that she would probably not mind.