Translator: TransN  Editor: TransN

A long long time ago, there were many unknown places, in which there lived many unknown people.

The sun was a m*ive fireball setting in the distance of the wilderness, radiating blistering red flames, retracting at a slow continuous decline. The newly sprouted moss that had appeared after the snowmelt had spread everywhere, and resembled burn scars. Silence prevailed, only to be interrupted by the occasional screech of an eagle or the trotting sound of gazelles in the distance.

There were three individuals that stood in the open and barren wilderness, and under a small tree, is where they had gathered. They didn’t greet one another, instead, all three of them were looking down in tacit unison as if something under the tree had sparked their interest and was worthy of careful inspection.

There were two ant colonies fighting around the tree’s roots that had broken through the icy soil. Perhaps a home as perfect as this was truly hard to find in this desolate place, and the battle was getting brutal, instantly leaving thousands of dead ant bodies behind. This might have sounded very tragic and bloody, though, in reality, all that was left was a peppering of little black dots on the ground.

The weather was frigid, but the three individuals weren’t wearing much as if cold didn’t bother them at all. They kept watching attentively, until one of them broke the silence and whispered, “In this worldly kingdom of ants, wherefore is the Grand Tao?”

He was a slim, short and boyish-looking lad, wearing a pale blue collarless shirt, and he was carrying a sheathless, thin wooden sword. His jet black hair was carefully combed into a bun and held in place with a wooden fork that looked like it could slip out at any time, but at the same time, it remained unshakably rooted, firmly, like a pine tree.

“While the chief monk was preaching, I saw countless ants flying up as they bathed in the sunlight.”

It was a young monk who spoke this time. He was dressed in tattered cotton kasaya, and there was black, sharp, stubble sprouting from his scalp. This somehow resembled the strength and determination written on his face and conveyed by his words.

“Ants may be able to fly, but they will fall eventually. They shall never touch the sky,” the lad carrying the wooden sword exclaimed as he shook his head.

“If you hold this belief, then you will never be able to understand the true meaning of the Taoist Heart,” said the young monk as he slowly blinked his eyes, still looking down at the warring ant colonies, “I heard your temple dean recruited a new child disciple with the surname of Chen. Then you should understand that you would never be the only prodigy at a place like the Zhishou Temple.”

The lad with the wooden sword raised an eyebrow and replied with a sneer, “I will never understand how someone constrained like you is qualified to represent Xuankong Temple as its wayfarer in the world.”

“The ants will fly, just like they will fall. However, they are better at climbing, and they are good at letting their fellow ants climb upon them. They are not afraid of sacrifice and as they pile upon one another, as long as there are enough of them, they shall eventually pile up high enough to touch the sky,” said the young monk as he ignored the defiant comment and continued gazing at the anxiously scurrying ants below.

Amidst the increasing twilight, an eagle screeched sharply, sounding terrified. Perhaps it was the three strange individuals standing under the tree, or maybe it was the imagery of an enormous pile of ants that had reached the sky, or could it be something else entirely?

“I am really frightened.”

The wooden sword lad admitted abruptly while straightening his thin shoulders.

The young monk agreed by nodding, even though his facial expression remained just as calm and determined.

The third youth standing under the tree was of strong build and wrapped in clothing that resembled animal skin. His naked legs were as solid as rock and under the rough skin, the muscles seemed to contain explosive strength. He had remained quiet, without uttering a word, and yet the goosebumps on his skin exposed how he really felt at that very moment.

These three young men came from the three most mystical places of the universe, wayfaring this world under the order of their respective sects. They resembled the brightest of the stars across the world, but even they could not help but sense an overwhelming fear as they stood here in the wilderness on this day.

Eagles should not fear ants since they are simply black dots to the former. Ants should not fear eagles either because they are not even worth a bite to the eagle. The world of the ants had never seen or heard of a creature as powerful as the eagle, hence the latter remained unfathomable to the former.

Nevertheless, over the span of many centuries and millennia, a few very distinguished ants among the crowd would, out of enigmatic reasons, decide to strip their gaze from the rotten leaves and just for once, gaze up at the crystal blue sky…and then, the world was never the same to them.

The fear comes from seeing.

The three youths were now looking at a shallow ditch only a few dozen feet away. There was nothing but darkness in the ditch, and it contrasted sharply with the mottled surface of the wilderness.

The ditch had appeared out of nowhere about two hours ago and immediately stretched all the way off into the horizon as if it was hacked by an invisible ghost with a m*ive hatchet the size of a mountain, or drawn out by a pillar-sized brush used by the divine craftsman. This was utterly shocking, puzzling and terrifying.

“I always thought Invariant Yama was just a legend,” said the wooden sword lad as he stared at the black gash.

“According to the legend, Invariant Yama bore seventy thousand offspring, perhaps one of them happened to be wandering in this world.”

“Legend is just legend,” said the wooden sword lad, with a poker face, “Legend says a sage shall be born every millennium, and who has seen one in the past few millennia?”

“If you really didn’t believe in it, why don’t you dare cross that black slash?”

No one dared to cross the shallow ditch, regardless of how proud or powerful they may be.

Ants could crawl over it, insects could hop over it, gazelles could leap over it, eagles could fly over it, but not the humans.

They dared not cross it, precisely because they are human.

“If that child really exists, then…where is he?” asked the wooden sword lad as he gazed off at the horizon.

By that time, the sun was almost set and darkness poured in from all directions while the temperature in the wilderness plummeted. A harrowing sensation began to unravel throughout the world.

“The dark night has befallen, and it is spreading everywhere. Where could you search in this?”

The youth in animal skin finally broke his silence. In contrast to his age, his voice sounded deep and co*, its vibrations resembling that of a tumultuous river, or the sound of rusty blades being sharpened on rocks.

Upon saying this, he left, in a rather peculiar way.

Several flames suddenly flared up from his strong naked legs, wrapping his lower body in a burst of crimson red, while the howling wind rolled the fine rocks off the ground incessantly. Then, as if grabbed by a source of an invisible force, his body flew up more than 40 meters into the sky, then he was howling and pounding down on the ground, and with this impact he bounced up immediately. Like this, the youngster bounded away like a rock in a seemingly arbitrary manner, looking extremely clumsy yet with extraordinary strength and speed.

“His name is Tang, just Tang. I don’t know his full name.”

Thoughtfully, the wooden sword lad stated, “In another time and in another place, between him and I, only one will live. How powerful would his master be if the disciple is already so adept? … I heard his master has been pursuing the practice of ’23 Year Cicada’, I wonder whether he will end up carrying a thick shell once he emerges.”

There was nothing but silence. No one said anything. Puzzled, he turned his head.

The young monk had his eyes tightly closed, his eyelids trembled, as if thinking hard about something that was truly perplexing, actually the young monk had withdrawn himself to this bizarre state ever since the other youth in animal skins spoke the words about the dark night.

Sensing his gaze, the monk slowly opened his eyes and grinned, showing a sense of mercy instead of what used to be a determined and calm expression. Crushed flesh, blood, and what remained of his chewed up tongue showed through his slightly parted lips.

The wooden sword lad frowned upon seeing this.

Slowly he removed his prayer beads from his wrist and solemnly put them back around his neck, the young monk walked away. His footsteps were heavy and steady, very slow, yet his shadow almost disappeared afar in an instant.

Left alone under the tree, the wooden sword lad erased all emotion from his face, showing absolute calm, or more like an absolute indifference. Gazing at the rock-like bouncing shadow in the distant northern dust, he scoffed, “Evil devil.”

Then gazing off at the shadow of the young monk walking quietly towards the west, he stated, “Heretic outcast”.

“Unworthy.”

The Tao of the evil devil and the heretic outcast is one that is unworthy.

After making his statement, the thin wooden sword he carried on his back whistled and vibrated unprompted, suddenly turning into a ray of light as it shot up in a squeal, shredding the small tree into 53333 parts, turning its leaves, branches, and trunk into a fine dust that was raining down onto the euphoric ants.

“The mute shall utter words, salt to be sprinkled to the bread.”

The young lad strolled towards the east while humming a song, and the little wooden sword followed quietly, drifting in the air just a few meters behind him.

In the first year of the Great Tang’s Tianqi era, the most extraordinary phenomenon had befallen the Wilderness, gathering World Wayfarers from all of the sects, to no avail.

Starting from that day, Qinian the successor of the Xuankong Temple never uttered another word as he began to practice a Silent Meditation. Tang, the successor of the Devil’s Doctrine had become a recluse off in the desert, his whereabouts still remained unknown. Ye Su, the successor of Zhishou Abbey, conquered his ultimate bottleneck and went about touring the nations. All three of them seemed to have gained something.

Unbeknownst to the three of them, on that very same day, as the dark night was about to fall, on the other side of the black ditch that no one had dared to cross, by the side of a small pond not far from the capital, sat a scholar. A scholar wearing straw shoes and a ragged coat.

The scholar seemed oblivious to the powerful and forbidding nature that the black ditch stood for. He simply sat there, with a book in one hand, and a wooden cup in the other. He read a book when he could, took a rest when he was tired, drank water when he was thirsty, looking perfectly happy and peaceful despite his thorough dusting.

As the three people from afar left and as the sand managed to gradually fill up the shallow black ditch splitting The Wilderness, the scholar finally stood up. He lightly dusted off his clothes, tied the wooden cup to his waist and carefully put his book back inside his coat. He then glanced briefly towards the direction of the capital before walking away.

There was a long lane in the Chang’an capital, to its east sat the residence of the Counsel Official, and to its west sat the residence of the Xuanwei General. Albeit they were not considered top-notch officials, even though they boasted a deep sense of power and authority. While this area normally enjoyed a lovely peace and quiet, that was not going to be the case today.

The residence of the Counsel Official was to receive good news, as the midwives were busy at work. Strangely, everyone from lords to young maids looked as if their joy was mixed with some other emotion, and no one dared to laugh. The maids holding water basins, rushing, around the corner of the wall even looked terrified as they overheard the noise coming in from outside.

The famously fearless and valiant Xuanwei General Lin Guangyuan was no longer to be fearless or valiant, as he had displeased the empire’s number one fearless and valiant general Xiahou. He had been accused of treason for colluding with the enemy, and after several months of interrogation by His Highness the prince, the outcome was finally settled.

The outcome was clear and the punishment simple: confiscation of all property and decapitation of each and every person in his family.

The gates in front of the Counsel Official’s residence remained firmly closed. The chamberlain nervously peeked through his gate at the similarly firmly closed gate of the general’s residence. He could overhear the sounds of heavy blades hacking into flesh, and a sound that resembled watermelons rolling around the floor, he couldn’t help but shiver in fear.

The two families had been neighbors for many years, and he knew them well over at the General’s Residence, from the chamberlain to the gatekeeper. Listening to the terrifying sounds coming from across the lane, he could almost visualize the countless sharp blades cutting open their necks, their heads with their familiar faces rolling relentlessly on the quartzite floor, then clashing with the door, and eventually piling together in a heaping bloody mess.

Blood seeped under the gate of the General’s Residence, looking rather dark and sticky, like sticky rice puree mixed with cinnabar, containing some bits and pieces of flesh that looked like purple yam mash. The chamberlain stared at the sight his face as white as a sheet. No longer able to contain his emotions, he doubled over while bracing on the door, and promptly began to vomit.

Suddenly there was the hurried sound of horses approached from outside the gate, and people being chided, followed by abrupt knocking sounds. There was a faint cursing and then yelling that seemed to say that someone had escaped from the General’s Residence. From his horse, a private general of the Prince’s Residence yelled his order at his men, “No one can go missing!”

Meanwhile, there were scratches and blood stains on a wall in the inner gardens of the residence of the Official of Counsel.

“Young master, please listen and obey, you must not go out, let Xiaochu go, let him go please…”

Inside a firewood shed not far from there, a blood-soaked chamberlain of the General’s Residence stared at a pair of 4-5 year-old boys, his lips trembled as he uttered deeply unpleasant and husky sounds, while his wrinkled and * face expressed nothing but despair and struggle, so much so that murky tears squeezed out of the corner of his eyes.

It didn’t take the Yulin Royal Guards long to find this firewood shed once they had broken into the Official of Counsel Residence. Upon carefully inspecting the two dead bodies of an old man and a little boy, the lieutenant looked relieved and reported energetically: “All dead, none are missing.”

The easiest way to depict the term of “unworldly sublime being” is that sublime beings are normally unworldly, thus those who are unworldly tended to be sublime beings. This is quite obvious, though there is some sense in it. To the mere mortals, what the sublime beings fear is often out of their reach, and their joys are similarly unfathomable.

As a result, the mortal world remained ignorant of what happened outside of their realm, while the unworldly would pay no attention to the deaths or births taking place in the mortal world. Just like they wouldn’t care about a butcher’s scale being tricked, a drunkard’s cellar being chewed through by rats, the death of a Xuanwei General, or some government official welcoming a newborn daughter.

There was never any connection between the joys and sorrows of the two worlds.

It would take the power of a saint if a connection was ever to take place.

In the suburbs of Chang’an capital stood a high-rising mountain that was mostly hidden up in the clouds. Along the steepness of its west side, a man was climbing up slowly. He looked very tall and strong from the back, wearing a black jacket over a thin shirt and holding a meal box.

He finally managed to work his way against the wind and arrived at a cave, he sat down, opened the meal box, took out his chopsticks and picked a slice of ginger which he put into his mouth and chewed carefully, followed by another two slices of lamb, and let out sigh showing pleasure and approval.

Chang’an at sunset was soon to be obscured by the dark night, while a heavy rain and dark clouds were gradually approaching from afar.

“It almost feels like I am seeing you like in the old times,” said the tall man rather emotionally, as he gazed at some place within the capital.

Then he raised his head to look at the sky, and pointing at it with his right hand, he said: “And you, what is the point of flying so high after all?”

Obviously, he was talking to two different people.

After a brief silence, the tall man downed his bowl of rice wine in one gulp, and held up the empty bowl and cheered in all directions around him saying, “wind blowing, rain falling, and the night shall befall.”

As if in unison with his words, the wind came from beyond the mountain, blowing through his collar making a howling sound, and the old trees rooted on the rocks shook fervently while the mountain rocks kept falling. The cloud that hovered on top of the capital suddenly darkened, and countless threads of rainwater joined each other to splash down amidst the last shred of twilight. By the time he uttered the last word, a dark night had prevailed covering most of the sky, making it as black as the pupils of the king of hell.

The man slammed down the wine bowl, and muttered angrily: “So * black…”

Chapter 1

Mao Ni

  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 2
  • Chapter 3
  • Chapter 4
  • Chapter 5
  • Chapter 6
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 8
  • Chapter 9
  • Chapter 10
  • Chapter 11
  • Chapter 12
  • Chapter 13
  • Chapter 14
  • Chapter 15
  • Chapter 16
  • Chapter 17
  • Chapter 18
  • Chapter 19
  • Chapter 20
  • Chapter 21
  • Chapter 22
  • Chapter 23
  • Chapter 24
  • Chapter 25
  • Chapter 26
  • Chapter 27
  • Chapter 28
  • Chapter 29
  • Chapter 30
  • Chapter 31
  • Chapter 32
  • Chapter 33
  • Chapter 34
  • Chapter 35
  • Chapter 36
  • Chapter 37
  • Chapter 38
  • Chapter 39
  • Chapter 40
  • Chapter 41
  • Chapter 42
  • Chapter 43
  • Chapter 44
  • Chapter 45
  • Chapter 46
  • Chapter 47
  • Chapter 48
  • Chapter 49
  • Chapter 50
  • Chapter 51
  • Chapter 52
  • Chapter 53
  • Chapter 54
  • Chapter 55
  • Chapter 56
  • Chapter 57
  • Chapter 58
  • Chapter 59
  • Chapter 60
  • Chapter 61
  • Chapter 62
  • Chapter 63
  • Chapter 64
  • Chapter 65
  • Chapter 66
  • Chapter 67
  • Chapter 68
  • Chapter 69
  • Chapter 70
  • Chapter 71
  • Chapter 72
  • Chapter 73
  • Chapter 74
  • 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
  • Chapter 117
  • Chapter 118
  • Chapter 119
  • Chapter 120
  • Chapter 121
  • Chapter 122
  • Chapter 123
  • Chapter 124
  • Chapter 125
  • Chapter 126
  • Chapter 127
  • Chapter 128
  • Chapter 129
  • Chapter 130
  • Chapter 131
  • Chapter 132
  • Chapter 133
  • Chapter 134
  • Chapter 135
  • Chapter 136
  • Chapter 137
  • Chapter 138
  • Chapter 139
  • Chapter 140
  • Chapter 141
  • Chapter 142
  • Chapter 143
  • Chapter 144
  • Chapter 145
  • Chapter 146
  • Chapter 147
  • Chapter 148
  • Chapter 149
  • Chapter 150
  • Chapter 151
  • Chapter 152
  • Chapter 153
  • Chapter 154
  • Chapter 155
  • Chapter 156
  • Chapter 157
  • Chapter 158
  • Chapter 159
  • Chapter 160
  • Chapter 161
  • Chapter 162
  • Chapter 163
  • Chapter 164
  • Chapter 165
  • Chapter 166
  • Chapter 167
  • Chapter 168
  • Chapter 169
  • Chapter 170
  • Chapter 171
  • Chapter 172
  • Chapter 173
  • Chapter 174
  • Chapter 175
  • Chapter 176
  • Chapter 177
  • Chapter 178
  • Chapter 179
  • Chapter 180
  • Chapter 181
  • Chapter 182
  • Chapter 183
  • Chapter 184
  • Chapter 185
  • Chapter 186
  • Chapter 187
  • Chapter 188
  • Chapter 189
  • Chapter 190
  • Chapter 191
  • Chapter 192
  • Chapter 193
  • Chapter 194
  • Chapter 195
  • Chapter 196
  • Chapter 197
  • Chapter 198
  • Chapter 199
  • Chapter 200
  • Chapter 201
  • Chapter 202
  • Chapter 203
  • Chapter 204
  • Chapter 205
  • Chapter 206
  • Chapter 207
  • Chapter 208
  • Chapter 209
  • Chapter 210
  • Chapter 211
  • Chapter 212
  • Chapter 213
  • Chapter 214
  • Chapter 215
  • Chapter 216
  • Chapter 217
  • Chapter 218
  • Chapter 219
  • Chapter 220
  • Chapter 221
  • Chapter 222
  • Chapter 223
  • Chapter 224
  • Chapter 225
  • Chapter 226
  • Chapter 227
  • Chapter 228
  • Chapter 229
  • Chapter 230
  • Chapter 231
  • Chapter 232
  • Chapter 233
  • Chapter 234
  • Chapter 235
  • Chapter 236
  • Chapter 237
  • Chapter 238
  • Chapter 239
  • Chapter 240
  • Chapter 241
  • Chapter 242
  • Chapter 243
  • Chapter 244
  • Chapter 245
  • Chapter 246
  • Chapter 247
  • Chapter 248
  • Chapter 249
  • Chapter 250
  • Chapter 251
  • Chapter 252
  • Chapter 253
  • Chapter 254
  • Chapter 255
  • Chapter 256
  • Chapter 257
  • Chapter 258
  • Chapter 259
  • Chapter 260
  • Chapter 261
  • Chapter 262
  • Chapter 263
  • Chapter 264
  • Chapter 265
  • Chapter 266
  • Chapter 267
  • Chapter 268
  • Chapter 269
  • Chapter 270
  • Chapter 271
  • Chapter 272
  • Chapter 273
  • Chapter 274
  • Chapter 275
  • Chapter 276
  • Chapter 277
  • Chapter 278
  • Chapter 279
  • Chapter 280
  • Chapter 281
  • Chapter 282
  • Chapter 283
  • Chapter 284
  • Chapter 285
  • Chapter 286
  • Chapter 287
  • Chapter 288
  • Chapter 289
  • Chapter 290
  • Chapter 291
  • Chapter 292
  • Chapter 293
  • Chapter 294
  • Chapter 295
  • Chapter 296
  • Chapter 297
  • Chapter 298
  • Chapter 299
  • Chapter 300
  • Chapter 301
  • Chapter 302
  • Chapter 303
  • Chapter 304
  • Chapter 305
  • Chapter 306
  • Chapter 307
  • Chapter 308
  • Chapter 309
  • Chapter 310
  • Chapter 311
  • Chapter 312
  • Chapter 313
  • Chapter 314
  • Chapter 315
  • Chapter 316
  • Chapter 317
  • Chapter 318
  • Chapter 319
  • Chapter 320
  • Chapter 321
  • Chapter 322
  • Chapter 323
  • Chapter 324
  • Chapter 325
  • Chapter 326
  • Chapter 327
  • Chapter 328
  • Chapter 329
  • Chapter 330
  • Chapter 331
  • Chapter 332
  • Chapter 333
  • Chapter 334
  • Chapter 335
  • Chapter 336
  • Chapter 337
  • Chapter 338
  • Chapter 339
  • Chapter 340
  • Chapter 341
  • Chapter 342
  • Chapter 343
  • Chapter 344
  • Chapter 345
  • Chapter 346
  • Chapter 347
  • Chapter 348
  • Chapter 349
  • Chapter 350
  • Chapter 351
  • Chapter 352
  • Chapter 353
  • Chapter 354
  • Chapter 355
  • Chapter 356
  • Chapter 357
  • Chapter 358
  • Chapter 359
  • Chapter 360
  • Chapter 361
  • Chapter 362
  • Chapter 363
  • Chapter 364
  • Chapter 365
  • Chapter 366
  • Chapter 367
  • Chapter 368
  • Chapter 369
  • Chapter 370
  • Chapter 371
  • Chapter 372
  • Chapter 373
  • Chapter 374
  • Chapter 375
  • Chapter 376
  • Chapter 377
  • Chapter 378
  • Chapter 379
  • Chapter 380
  • Chapter 381
  • Chapter 382
  • Chapter 383
  • Chapter 384
  • Chapter 385
  • Chapter 386
  • Chapter 387
  • Chapter 388
  • Chapter 389
  • Chapter 390
  • Chapter 391
  • Chapter 392
  • Chapter 393
  • Chapter 394
  • Chapter 395
  • Chapter 396
  • Chapter 397
  • Chapter 398
  • Chapter 399
  • Chapter 400
  • Chapter 401
  • Chapter 402
  • Chapter 403
  • Chapter 404
  • Chapter 405
  • Chapter 406
  • Chapter 407
  • Chapter 408
  • Chapter 409
  • Chapter 410
  • Chapter 411
  • Chapter 412
  • Chapter 413
  • Chapter 414
  • Chapter 415
  • Chapter 416
  • Chapter 417
  • Chapter 418
  • Chapter 419
  • Chapter 420
  • Chapter 421
  • Chapter 422
  • Chapter 423
  • Chapter 424
  • Chapter 425
  • Chapter 426
  • Chapter 427
  • Chapter 428
  • Chapter 429
  • Chapter 430
  • Chapter 431
  • Chapter 432
  • Chapter 433
  • Chapter 434
  • Chapter 435
  • Chapter 436
  • Chapter 437
  • Chapter 438
  • Chapter 439
  • Chapter 440
  • Chapter 441
  • Chapter 442
  • Chapter 443
  • Chapter 444
  • Chapter 445
  • Chapter 446
  • Chapter 447
  • Chapter 448
  • Chapter 449
  • Chapter 450
  • Chapter 451
  • Chapter 452
  • Chapter 453
  • Chapter 454
  • Chapter 455
  • Chapter 456
  • Chapter 457
  • Chapter 458
  • Chapter 459
  • Chapter 460
  • Chapter 461
  • Chapter 462
  • Chapter 463
  • Chapter 464
  • Chapter 465
  • Chapter 466
  • Chapter 467
  • Chapter 468
  • Chapter 469
  • Chapter 470
  • Chapter 471
  • Chapter 472
  • Chapter 473
  • Chapter 474
  • Chapter 475
  • Chapter 476
  • Chapter 477
  • Chapter 478
  • Chapter 479
  • Chapter 480
  • Chapter 481
  • Chapter 482
  • Chapter 483
  • Chapter 484
  • Chapter 485
  • Chapter 486
  • Chapter 487
  • Chapter 488
  • Chapter 489
  • Chapter 490
  • Chapter 491
  • Chapter 492
  • Chapter 493
  • Chapter 494
  • Chapter 495
  • Chapter 496
  • Chapter 497
  • Chapter 498
  • Chapter 499
  • Chapter 500
  • Chapter 501
  • Chapter 502
  • Chapter 503
  • Chapter 504
  • Chapter 505
  • Chapter 506
  • Chapter 507
  • Chapter 508
  • Chapter 509
  • Chapter 510
  • Chapter 511
  • Chapter 512
  • Chapter 513
  • Chapter 514
  • Chapter 515
  • Chapter 516
  • Chapter 517
  • Chapter 518
  • Chapter 519
  • Chapter 520
  • Chapter 521
  • Chapter 522
  • Chapter 523
  • Chapter 524
  • Chapter 525
  • Chapter 526
  • Chapter 527
  • Chapter 528
  • Chapter 529
  • Chapter 530
  • Chapter 531
  • Chapter 532
  • Chapter 533
  • Chapter 534
  • Chapter 535
  • Chapter 536
  • Chapter 537
  • Chapter 538
  • Chapter 539
  • Chapter 540
  • Chapter 541
  • Chapter 542
  • Chapter 543
  • Chapter 544
  • Chapter 545
  • Chapter 546
  • Chapter 547
  • Chapter 548
  • Chapter 549
  • Chapter 550
  • Chapter 551
  • Chapter 552
  • Chapter 553
  • Chapter 554
  • Chapter 555
  • Chapter 556
  • Chapter 557
  • Chapter 558
  • Chapter 559
  • Chapter 560
  • Chapter 561
  • Chapter 562
  • Chapter 563
  • Chapter 564
  • Chapter 565
  • Chapter 566
  • Chapter 567
  • Chapter 568
  • Chapter 569
  • Chapter 570
  • Chapter 571
  • Chapter 572
  • Chapter 573
  • Chapter 574
  • Chapter 575
  • Chapter 576
  • Chapter 577
  • Chapter 578
  • Chapter 579
  • Chapter 580
  • Chapter 581
  • Chapter 582
  • Chapter 583
  • Chapter 584
  • Chapter 585
  • Chapter 586
  • Chapter 587
  • Chapter 588
  • Chapter 589
  • Chapter 590
  • Chapter 591
  • Chapter 592
  • Chapter 593
  • Chapter 594
  • Chapter 595
  • Chapter 596
  • Chapter 597
  • Chapter 598
  • Chapter 599
  • Chapter 600
  • Chapter 601
  • Chapter 602
  • Chapter 603
  • Chapter 604
  • Chapter 605
  • Chapter 606
  • Chapter 607
  • Chapter 608
  • Chapter 609
  • Chapter 610
  • Chapter 611
  • Chapter 612
  • Chapter 613
  • Chapter 614
  • Chapter 615
  • Chapter 616
  • Chapter 617
  • Chapter 618
  • Chapter 619
  • Chapter 620
  • Chapter 621
  • Chapter 622
  • Chapter 623
  • Chapter 624
  • Chapter 625
  • Chapter 626
  • Chapter 627
  • Chapter 628
  • Chapter 629
  • Chapter 630
  • Chapter 631
  • Chapter 632
  • Chapter 633
  • Chapter 634
  • Chapter 635
  • Chapter 636
  • Chapter 637
  • Chapter 638
  • Chapter 639
  • Chapter 640
  • Chapter 641
  • Chapter 642
  • Chapter 643
  • Chapter 644
  • Chapter 645
  • Chapter 646
  • Chapter 647
  • Chapter 648
  • Chapter 649
  • Chapter 650
  • Chapter 651
  • Chapter 652
  • Chapter 653
  • Chapter 654
  • Chapter 655
  • Chapter 656
  • Chapter 657
  • Chapter 658
  • Chapter 659
  • Chapter 660
  • Chapter 661
  • Chapter 662
  • Chapter 663
  • Chapter 664
  • Chapter 665
  • Chapter 666
  • Chapter 667
  • Chapter 668
  • Chapter 669
  • Chapter 670
  • Chapter 671
  • Chapter 672
  • Chapter 673
  • Chapter 674
  • Chapter 675
  • Chapter 676
  • Chapter 677
  • Chapter 678
  • Chapter 679
  • Chapter 680
  • Chapter 681
  • Chapter 682
  • Chapter 683
  • Chapter 684
  • Chapter 685
  • Chapter 686
  • Chapter 687
  • Chapter 688
  • Chapter 689
  • Chapter 690
  • Chapter 691
  • Chapter 692
  • Chapter 693
  • Chapter 694
  • Chapter 695
  • Chapter 696
  • Chapter 697
  • Chapter 698
  • Chapter 699
  • Chapter 700
  • Chapter 701
  • Chapter 702
  • Chapter 703
  • Chapter 704
  • Chapter 705
  • Chapter 706
  • Chapter 707
  • Chapter 708
  • Chapter 709
  • Chapter 710
  • Chapter 711
  • Chapter 712
  • Chapter 713
  • Chapter 714
  • Chapter 715
  • Chapter 716
  • Chapter 717
  • Chapter 718
  • Chapter 719
  • Chapter 720
  • Chapter 721
  • Chapter 722
  • Chapter 723
  • Chapter 724
  • Chapter 725
  • Chapter 726
  • Chapter 727
  • Chapter 728
  • Chapter 729
  • Chapter 730
  • Chapter 731
  • Chapter 732
  • Chapter 733
  • Chapter 734
  • Chapter 735
  • Chapter 736
  • Chapter 737
  • Chapter 738
  • Chapter 739
  • Chapter 740
  • Chapter 741
  • Chapter 742
  • Chapter 743
  • Chapter 744
  • Chapter 745
  • Chapter 746
  • Chapter 747
  • Chapter 748
  • Chapter 749
  • Chapter 750
  • Chapter 751
  • Chapter 752
  • Chapter 753
  • Chapter 754
  • Chapter 755
  • Chapter 756
  • Chapter 757
  • Chapter 758
  • Chapter 759
  • Chapter 760
  • Chapter 761
  • Chapter 762
  • Chapter 763
  • Chapter 764
  • Chapter 765
  • Chapter 766
  • Chapter 767
  • Chapter 768
  • Chapter 769
  • Chapter 770
  • Chapter 771
  • Chapter 772
  • Chapter 773
  • Chapter 774
  • Chapter 775
  • Chapter 776
  • Chapter 777
  • Chapter 778
  • Chapter 779
  • Chapter 780
  • Chapter 781
  • Chapter 782
  • Chapter 783
  • Chapter 784
  • Chapter 785
  • Chapter 786
  • Chapter 787
  • Chapter 788
  • Chapter 789
  • Chapter 790
  • Chapter 791
  • Chapter 792
  • Chapter 793
  • Chapter 794
  • Chapter 795
  • Chapter 796
  • Chapter 797
  • Chapter 798
  • Chapter 799
  • Chapter 800
  • Chapter 801
  • Chapter 802
  • Chapter 803
  • Chapter 804
  • Chapter 805
  • Chapter 806
  • Chapter 807
  • Chapter 808
  • Chapter 809
  • Chapter 810
  • Chapter 811
  • Chapter 812
  • Chapter 813
  • Chapter 814
  • Chapter 815
  • Chapter 816
  • Chapter 817
  • Chapter 818
  • Chapter 819
  • Chapter 820
  • Chapter 821
  • Chapter 822
  • Chapter 823
  • Chapter 824
  • Chapter 825
  • Chapter 826
  • Chapter 827
  • Chapter 828
  • Chapter 829
  • Chapter 830
  • Chapter 831
  • Chapter 832
  • Chapter 833
  • Chapter 834
  • Chapter 835
  • Chapter 836
  • Chapter 837
  • Chapter 838
  • Chapter 839
  • Chapter 840
  • Chapter 841
  • Chapter 842
  • Chapter 843
  • Chapter 844
  • Chapter 845
  • Chapter 846
  • Chapter 847
  • Chapter 848
  • Chapter 849
  • Chapter 850
  • Chapter 851
  • Chapter 852
  • Chapter 853
  • Chapter 854
  • Chapter 855
  • Chapter 856
  • Chapter 857
  • Chapter 858
  • Chapter 859
  • Chapter 860
  • Chapter 861
  • Chapter 862
  • Chapter 863
  • Chapter 864
  • Chapter 865
  • Chapter 866
  • Chapter 867
  • Chapter 868
  • Chapter 869
  • Chapter 870
  • Chapter 871
  • Chapter 872
  • Chapter 873
  • Chapter 874
  • Chapter 875
  • Chapter 876
  • Chapter 877
  • Chapter 878
  • Chapter 879
  • Chapter 880
  • Chapter 881
  • Chapter 882
  • Chapter 883
  • Chapter 884
  • Chapter 885
  • Chapter 886
  • Chapter 887
  • Chapter 888
  • Chapter 889
  • Chapter 890
  • Chapter 891
  • Chapter 892
  • Chapter 893
  • Chapter 894
  • Chapter 895
  • Chapter 896
  • Chapter 897
  • Chapter 898
  • Chapter 899
  • Chapter 900
  • Chapter 901
  • Chapter 902
  • Chapter 903
  • Chapter 904
  • Chapter 905
  • Chapter 906
  • Chapter 907
  • Chapter 908
  • Chapter 909
  • Chapter 910
  • Chapter 911
  • Chapter 912
  • Chapter 913
  • Chapter 914
  • Chapter 915
  • Chapter 916
  • Chapter 917
  • Chapter 918
  • Chapter 919
  • Chapter 920
  • Chapter 921
  • Chapter 922
  • Chapter 923
  • Chapter 924
  • Chapter 925
  • Chapter 926
  • Chapter 927
  • Chapter 928
  • Chapter 929
  • Chapter 930
  • Chapter 931
  • Chapter 932
  • Chapter 933
  • Chapter 934
  • Chapter 935
  • Chapter 936
  • Chapter 937
  • Chapter 938
  • Chapter 939
  • Chapter 940
  • Chapter 941
  • Chapter 942
  • Chapter 943
  • Chapter 944
  • Chapter 945
  • Chapter 946
  • Chapter 947
  • Chapter 948
  • Chapter 949
  • Chapter 950
  • Chapter 951
  • Chapter 952
  • Chapter 953
  • Chapter 954
  • Chapter 955
  • Chapter 956
  • Chapter 957
  • Chapter 958
  • Chapter 959
  • Chapter 960
  • Chapter 961
  • Chapter 962
  • Chapter 963
  • Chapter 964
  • Chapter 965
  • Chapter 966
  • Chapter 967
  • Chapter 968
  • Chapter 969
  • Chapter 970
  • Chapter 971
  • Chapter 972
  • Chapter 973
  • Chapter 974
  • Chapter 975
  • Chapter 976
  • Chapter 977
  • Chapter 978
  • Chapter 979
  • Chapter 980
  • Chapter 981
  • Chapter 982
  • Chapter 983
  • Chapter 984
  • Chapter 985
  • Chapter 986
  • Chapter 987
  • Chapter 988
  • Chapter 989
  • Chapter 990
  • Chapter 991
  • Chapter 992
  • Chapter 993
  • Chapter 994
  • Chapter 995
  • Chapter 996
  • Chapter 997
  • Chapter 998
  • Chapter 999
  • Chapter 1000
  • Chapter 1001
  • Chapter 1002
  • Chapter 1003
  • Chapter 1004
  • Chapter 1005
  • Chapter 1006
  • Chapter 1007
  • Chapter 1008
  • Chapter 1009
  • Chapter 1010
  • Chapter 1011
  • Chapter 1012
  • Chapter 1013
  • Chapter 1014
  • Chapter 1015
  • Chapter 1016
  • Chapter 1017
  • Chapter 1018
  • Chapter 1019
  • Chapter 1020
  • Chapter 1021
  • Chapter 1022
  • Chapter 1023
  • Chapter 1024
  • Chapter 1025
  • Chapter 1026
  • Chapter 1027
  • Chapter 1028
  • Chapter 1029
  • Chapter 1030
  • Chapter 1031
  • Chapter 1032
  • Chapter 1033
  • Chapter 1034
  • Chapter 1035
  • Chapter 1036
  • Chapter 1037
  • Chapter 1038
  • Chapter 1039
  • Chapter 1040
  • Chapter 1041
  • Chapter 1042
  • Chapter 1043
  • Chapter 1044
  • Chapter 1045
  • Chapter 1046
  • Chapter 1047
  • Chapter 1048
  • Chapter 1049
  • Chapter 1050
  • Chapter 1051
  • Chapter 1052
  • Chapter 1053
  • Chapter 1054
  • Chapter 1055
  • Chapter 1056
  • Chapter 1057
  • Chapter 1058
  • Chapter 1059
  • Chapter 1060
  • Chapter 1061
  • Chapter 1062
  • Chapter 1063
  • Chapter 1064
  • Chapter 1065
  • Chapter 1066
  • Chapter 1067
  • Chapter 1068
  • Chapter 1069
  • Chapter 1070
  • Chapter 1071
  • Chapter 1072
  • Chapter 1073
  • Chapter 1074
  • Chapter 1075
  • Chapter 1076
  • Chapter 1077
  • Chapter 1078
  • Chapter 1079
  • Chapter 1080
  • Chapter 1081
  • Chapter 1082
  • Chapter 1083
  • Chapter 1084
  • Chapter 1085
  • Chapter 1086
  • Chapter 1087
  • Chapter 1088
  • Chapter 1089
  • Chapter 1090
  • Chapter 1091
  • Chapter 1092
  • Chapter 1093
  • Chapter 1094
  • Chapter 1095
  • Chapter 1096
  • Chapter 1097
  • Chapter 1098
  • Chapter 1099
  • Chapter 1100
  • Chapter 1101
  • Chapter 1102
  • Chapter 1103
  • Chapter 1104
  • Chapter 1105
  • Chapter 1106
  • Chapter 1107
  • Chapter 1108
  • Chapter 1109
  • Chapter 1110
  • Chapter 1111
  • Chapter 1112
  • Chapter 1113
  • Chapter 1114
  • Chapter 1115
  • Chapter 1116
  • Chapter 1117
  • Chapter 1118

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