Chapter 1227: Unbelievable Dream
Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio
Thunder Hell Emperor’s lightning lashed towards Han Sen, who was in the shape of a raven. He wanted to incinerate Han Sen with his electricity and burn him to ash.
Han Sen knew there was no going back after coming so far. He ignored the bloodthirsty Thunder Hell Emperor and focused on grabbing his spirit stone.
The capabilities of his phoenix techniques were being pushed to the max as Han Sen fired on all cylinders. He sped up time and teleported, wanting to close the gap and obtain the stone.
The fires of the raven’s wake and the lightning that webbed and weaved a trail behind Han Sen illuminated the sky in a dazzling display. The lightning was gaining on him, despite the blistering speed he traveled at, and it was about to come into contact with him.
They both reached the speed of light, and not even a machine could tell which of the two were faster.
Thunder Hell Emperor’s face changed, though. The consequence of his decision to commit suicide had now become clear to him, as he noticed he was still in recovery. He needed to be strong, but he couldn’t summon the full extent of his power, and it made him falter.
The black lightning hit Han Sen’s back, incinerating the wings that carried him and searing the skin of his back.
But at the same time, his talons pierced through the spirit stone that was lodged inside the forehead of the statue. If he slowed down the slightest amount, the lightning that was about to devour him would ravage his entire body and turn him into charcoal.
When the talons struck the spirit stone, it shattered. And as this occurred, Thunder Hell Emperor and the lightning vanished.
Han Sen fell down to the ground like a fallen bird, hitting the tiles of the hall as a human with a smoldering, smoky back. The king spirits and super creatures looked at him, frozen in shock.
Then they all abandoned their combat and scrambled, running away in fear.
“Don’t let them escape!” Han Sen commanded his companions to chase after them and capture or kill them.
Han Sen did not expect the emperor to commit suicide and return so quickly, but with the situation being thrown on its head like that, he had no choice but to gun it and destroy the stone as soon as he could. And as for the super creatures that had been in the emperor’s employ, he wasn’t going to let them escape.
Purple Emperor managed to kill an airborne super creature with a clean swipe that beheaded it.
Little Angel soared over and killed another.
Thorn Queen was able to ensnare two more airborne super creatures.
Snowball, who now rode upon the Blue Dinosaur, hunted down a king spirit.
Old Huang, Little Zhao, and the other humans, meanwhile, had left the shelter. They did not know what to expect, but all of a sudden, they felt their contracts break.
Old Huang was shocked after this happened, and he exclaimed, “How is this possible?! The contract is gone!”
“Mine as well.” They all noticed the same thing, and everyone began to shout and chant in glee.
“Han Sen attacked the shelter and slew Thunder Hell Emperor!” Little Zhao called out.
“But it was an emperor; that is impossible!” Old Huang still could not believe it to be true.
Little Zhao found his disbelief annoying at this point, so he pointed at the shelter and said, “Look, the creatures and spirits are escaping. Who else but Han Sen could have done it?”
Everyone looked at the shelter in shock.
Those that fled were racing out as fast as they could, each one clearly in a panic. They most likely wished they had more legs. The higher tier creatures only cared for themselves, and they simply stepped on the lower tier beings if they happened to be in their way.
They looked so powerful, and yet there they were, running for their lives.
A dragon soared through the skies above them, but a purple light chased after it, severing the head from its scaled neck.
The body fell atop a building, which buckled and collapsed under the sudden weight.
The vines had taken hold of two flying birds, and try as they might, they could not escape the snare. An angel flew towards them swiftly after, beheading the two creatures and causing blood to flow and rain over the area below.
“That’s right, peel their lids! Before me and this posse, you ain’t nothin’. Go to hell, you snakes!” A man, wearing sunglasses and shorts, chased after a bunch of spirits with fists that gleamed like silver suns. He grabbed ahold of one king spirit and punched it to death with surprising brutality.
The humans who watched this were shocked. The creatures and spirits that had made them miserable and bullied them for years were now being pummeled to death, slaughtered as if they were little more than livestock.
“I don’t think they are human,” Old Huang said.
Little Zhao was shocked, too. The gang that had seemingly attacked the shelter really didn’t look human, at all. The entire shelter had been emptied of hostile creatures and spirits. The shelter had been rendered a city of the dead.
They saw a skeleton monster approach them, and fear took hold of them. They had previously seen it approach a group of creatures, and it had knocked a bone heart and watched them all writhe on the ground and submit to the cold grasp of death.
The skeleton looked as if it was going to strike the bone again, but before it could, another voice sounded. A person spoke, and the voice carried with a calm and clear tone.
“Dry Bone, they are with us.”
Old Huang heard these words, and then watched as the skeleton immediately turned back and followed the command. A gold beast rode out of the shelter and approached the group of humans, and atop it stood Han Sen.
The forces they had watched conquer the shelter now rallied around Han Sen, falling behind him as if they were royal soldiers. The people