Chapter 103

The People Who’re Suppose to Kill Me All Fell for Me Instead
vivi
145 Chapters

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5.1 Chapter 5.2 Chapter 6.1 Chapter 6.2 Chapter 7.1 Chapter 7.2 Chapter 8 - A Light Kiss Chapter 9 - Not Allowed Chapter 10 - An upright writer Chapter 11 - Rubbing a soft belly Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16.1 - Welcome Chapter 16.2 - Welcome Chapter 17 - Moved Chapter 18 - Okay, here we go Chapter 19.1 - Fierce Chapter 19.2 - Fierce Chapter 20 - I'm back Chapter 21 Chapter 22.1 - Earth Chapter 22.2 - Earth Chapter 22.3 - Earth Chapter 23.1 - Teasing the cat Chapter 23.2 Chapter 23.3 - Teasing the cat Chapter 24 - Mine Chapter 25 - Ring Finger Chapter 26 - Proposal Chapter 27 - Getting closer Chapter 28 - He is very good Chapter 29 - Consequences Chapter 30 - Open your eyes Chapter 31 - Little dark room Chapter 32 - Second day of being an untouchable flower Chapter 33 Chapter 34 Chapter 35 Chapter 36 Chapter 37 Chapter 38 Chapter 39.1 Chapter 39.2 Chapter 40 Chapter 41 Chapter 42.1 Chapter 42.2 Chapter 43 Chapter 44.1 Chapter 44.2 Chapter 45 Chapter 46 Chapter 47 Chapter 48.1 Chapter 48.2 Chapter 49 Chapter 50 Chapter 51 Chapter 52 Chapter 53 Chapter 54 Chapter 55 Chapter 56 Chapter 57.1 Chapter 57.2 Chapter 58 Chapter 59.1 Chapter 59.2 Chapter 60.1 Chapter 60.2 Chapter 61.1 Chapter 61.2 Chapter 62.1 Chapter 62.2 Chapter 63.1 Chapter 63.2 Chapter 64.1 Chapter 64.2 Chapter 65.1 Chapter 65.2 Chapter 66.1 Chapter 66.2 Chapter 67.1 Chapter 67.2 Chapter 68.1 Chapter 68.2 Chapter 69.1 Chapter 69.2 Chapter 70.1 Chapter 70.2 Chapter 71.1 Chapter 71.2 Chapter 72.1 Chapter 72.2 Chapter 73 Chapter 74.1 Chapter 74.2 Chapter 75 Chapter 76 Chapter 77 Chapter 78 Chapter 79 Chapter 80 Chapter 81 Chapter 82 Chapter 83 Chapter 84 Chapter 85 Chapter 86 Chapter 87 Chapter 88 Chapter 89 Chapter 90 Chapter 91 Chapter 92 Chapter 93 Chapter 94 Chapter 95 Chapter 96 Chapter 97 Chapter 98 Chapter 99 Chapter 100 Chapter 101 Chapter 102 Chapter 103 Chapter 104 Chapter 105 Chapter 106 Chapter 107 Chapter 108 Chapter 109 Chapter 110 Chapter 111 Chapter 112 Chapter 113 Chapter 114 Chapter 115 Chapter 116

Translator: Vivi

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Ghosts didn’t need food; theoretically, they weren’t supposed to feel something like hunger.

None of them had ever seen or heard of a ghost eating human food. But now, the divination masters sitting at their table personally witnessed the silver-haired officer by the youth’s side slowly pick up his chopsticks. His eyes lowered as he began to eat his food, his movements carrying an inexplicable aura of elegance.

He was born as the heir to the throne, a legitimate successor. Afterwards, he became the Imperial Monarch for over 200 years. This noble aura was inherent in the Heidis’ bones.

It was true that a ghost didn’t need to eat as this action was meaningless for someone who was already dead. They could neither smell nor taste the food and couldn’t obtain any nutrients from it. Thus, this was why consuming food was considered extremely meaningless.

If one were to find a far-fetched reason, it would probably be that eating was a way to kill time.

However, the food in his bowl was placed by the youth beside him, so the reason couldn’t be something like simply killing time. He also wasn’t picky and ate everything the youth gave him. The Heidis was like an obedient cat being fed by its master, eating everything without any refusal.

In reality, he had already eaten the most exquisite delicacy earlier. For this Heidis, there was nothing more delicious and tempting than ‘that’.

The emperor, who had a distinct military aura, allowed his thoughts to run wild and immersed himself within. Just now, he had meticulously tasted every inch of the delicious delicacy in the room and had even left his mark.

Thinking of this, the silver-haired officer turned to look at the youth with slightly narrowed eyes. He leaned closer to the youth’s neck and sniffed inconspicuously before settling back in his original position.

“Qiuqiu?” What was he sniffing? Gu Yan couldn’t understand.

The silver-haired officer heard these words and blinked, but after expressing a light pout, didn’t say a thing. Those words weren’t appropriate to be spoken aloud in such a place. A human’s sense of shame…

In a split second, Gu Yan seemed to have thought of many things. With a low cough, Gu Yan shifted his gaze away which had been fixed on his lover.

With his understanding of the Heidis’ thought process, Gu Yan found that he was easily able to find the answer.

Scent – Heidis could mark their partners with their scents through body contact like a touch or a light kiss. This degree of contact would only leave a temporary mark that would disappear in a couple of days. However, a more thorough marking would leave a longer scent.

Hearing the sound of his throat clearing, the silver-haired officer knew that the youth must have realised it already. The Heidis’ hand hidden under the table smoothly caught the youth’s hand and carefully played with it.

This human was now full of his scent. Although his mark didn’t carry any threat for the inhabitants of this planet, the Heidis was already content in being able to leave such a lasting mark.

“Xiao Gu, you don’t need to feel too pressured. Just try your best tomorrow, isn’t that right?” The one who spoke was Grandmaster Wen, a spirit tamer in the same division as him. He had an appearance that would make one think of him as a strict senior. When he spoke the latter half of his sentence, his expression grew tense, causing those who saw it to be afraid of refuting him.

How rare it was, for China’s spirit taming division to have any new person, was something anyone with eyes could know. It had been many years since there came a new person able to learn spirit taming techniques. If this situation continued, China’s spirit taming division would truly go extinct.

Now that they finally had a new member, no matter who his master was and how his ability was, Grandmaster Wen would treat him as a precious treasure.

In China’s specialised division, he was someone carrying a considerable amount of authority. Now that he’d spoken, no one else would let their tongues wag, not even if Gu Yan was unable to achieve a satisfactory result.

“If Xiao Gu didn’t come, we would have automatically forfeited this segment. How can we blame him?” The middle-aged man sitting beside Grandmaster Wen laughed and stubbed the cigarettes between his fingers. He joked, “We all understand Old Wen’s manner of protecting new and young members. It’s a fact that the spirit taming division truly hasn’t had new blood for a long time.”

The other people at the table also chimed in with sounds of agreement and the overall mood could be considered to be within his expectation. Grandmaster Wen turned towards his old friend and snorted, “At least you know this.”

Although it was a miracle for them to finally have a member to represent them in the competition, these divination masters didn’t hold much hope for the spirit taming division. After being at the very bottom for many years, it was difficult for the division from China to immediately come to terms with this new situation.

None of them were familiar with this junior of theirs who had abruptly appeared out of nowhere. This made it evident that he couldn’t be from a renowned sect. Moreover, this person also hadn’t made a name for himself in the spiritual world; his ability was clearly limited.

The expressions of the only people who knew the truth of the matter – Zhao Xu and his group – grew subtle. However, they weren’t able to speak of it. These few people continued to silently move their chopsticks but none of them could properly taste the food they were eating. They could no longer pay attention.

God knew how much Zhao Xu wanted to look up at the sky and heave a long sigh when he heard the crowd telling the dark-haired youth that his results didn’t matter.

The one sitting by Gu Yan’s side was their true ancestor. If he wasn’t happy, a simple wave of his hand could cause a bloodbath in the Human Realm.

Now, that ancestor was acting like an obedient darling in front of the dark-haired youth; his docile persona was as if he would absolutely comply with whatever the youth requested. When the youth was by his side, the Ghost King didn’t carry any threatening aura. As for his icy or oppressive aura, that had also been reduced to the minimum.

When tomorrow arrived, amongst the ghosts who would have to face the Ghost King, those who didn’t immediately drop to their knees could be considered amazing .

“Qiuqiu will bring victory to Ah Yan,” At an angle that others could not see, Xie Lan played with the youth’s warm-blooded fingers and quietly declared. With lowered eyes, his vertical pupils seemed to carry a dimmed light. In the end, it only brightened when he was looking at the other person.

It wasn’t appropriate to pat his head or kiss him in front of a crowd. The problem was that the seniors present were all on the older side and Gu Yan was afraid of giving them a heart attack. If their emotions were to fluctuate too wildly, it wouldn’t be good if a problem occurred.

Thus, Gu Yan could only move the fingers that were being toyed with and hooked the silver-haired officer’s pinky.

This reward was pretty good. The officer’s icy expression melted like warm snow. For the Heidis, having his finger hooked by the youth was akin to having his back stroked – he grew exceptionally docile.

The banquet continued for some time while the representatives of various countries engaged in civil conversations. Naturally, all friendliness only existed at the surface level.

The spiritual organisation was an international organisation. Any country with basic knowledge on cultivation and spirits could naturally become a member and so it was easy to tell just how many countries were taking part in the convention this time.

It was mentioned before that the representatives of individual countries were ranked accordingly. This year, China was third while Helun and Waxin were in the first and second place respectively – these two were western countries.

The top three countries all had one chance to veto any grade A resolution passed in the spiritual organisation. Although anything below grade A required a majority vote, the closer a country was to the highest rank, the more power their vote carried.

This system was also a reason why the various countries placed great importance on their ranks within the spiritual organisation. Therefore, the competition at the annual convention was just as intense.

Gu Yan personally had no interest in interacting with the departments of other countries. Moreover, with his lover by his side, he had no idea how he would get eaten by the Heidis tonight if he allowed other people to come too close.

His family’s Qiuqiu had become corrupt… When they had been in the room before, the Heidis had pressed him down and tasted him. In a cold and deep voice, he would call out ‘Master’ while using more force to reach a greater depth.

By the second day, the great hall underwent a huge change overnight. Now, the hall had become the competition grounds for the convention, and the judges of the respective countries were neatly seated in their designated positions.

“It’ll take some time before it’s your turn. There’s no need to be too nervous. Just treat it as a practice match with your opponent.” Grandmaster Luo patted Gu Yan’s shoulders. In his eyes, this youth was taking part in the spiritual convention for the first time in his life and was bound to be nervous. His words were meant to reduce the other person’s stress.

According to the rules, the qualifying matches were held in order starting from the position of the lowest-ranked country. The winner of the qualifying round would then compete against the country in the next lowest rank.

This had always been the case. Gu Yan nodded at the senior who had patted his shoulders and made a sound of agreement.

“Old Zhao should have already told you this but the spirit taming division has always been different. They won’t test you on anything else other than spirit taming skills, so you don’t have to worry.” With this, Grandmaster Luo did something that the ‘Old Zhao’ he mentioned would often do; he lifted a hand to stroke his white beard.

Mn, Senior Zhao has told me all this before.” With slightly dipped brows, what Gu Yan didn’t tell him was that Grandmaster Zhao’s actual words were—

You bunch of spirit tamers… are so far from being well-rounded in terms of other abilities that even the host has said they wouldn’t put you guys on the spot. They won’t test your comprehensive ability. In any case, there was no point to it.

These were his original words.

The so-called comprehensive ability referred to basic skills that most divination masters could use, such as incantations, divinations, runes, and a bunch of other stuff like physiognomy and fengshui. Even talisman wards were included in this. Most divination masters could easily pass one or two of these categories while the others were average or mediocre at best.

Meanwhile, the members of the spirit taming division were like fully bloomed exotic flowers of the spiritual world. Even after so many years and generations, cultivators of this division didn’t know anything apart from spirit taming, as if just learning spirit taming skills had depleted every other skill they had.

For this point, Gu Yan, who had already learnt just about every other spiritual skill, remained silent. Although he was the author, this was news to him.

In such a situation, was he cheating or was he cheating—

Before two seconds of silence was up, Gu Yan came to a conclusion.

Yeah… It was probably the ‘rules’ helping him to cheat once again.

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8 thoughts on “Chapter 103”

  1. This was kinda hard for me to find, which I think is a good thing because now aggregator sites won’t easily come and steal your chapters now~~

    But hooray for another upcoming display of Guy Yan’s OPness 😂😆

    Thanks for the chapter! 😘

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