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After locating the entrance, Han Fei stepped in without any hesitation. He was confident that such a minor dangerous place couldn’t kill him.
When he stepped through the rocks, invisible ripples spread out, and things changed before Han Fei’s eyes. He saw a space that was about the size of three soccer fields. At the end of this space was an enormous stone wall.
Not far away from the entrance, there were stone tables that were entangled by glittering seaweed, which illuminated a straight aisle with green creepy light.
In particular, on either of the aisle were nine statues that were in different postures. They were holding harpoons and swords.
Han Fei was not surprised to see statues, except that those statues on his left were actually mermen.
No, Han Fei did not see it wrong. Among the mermen, eight had tails and hideous faces. Their hair was like seaweed and their hands had three fingers and a web.
The last one of them had feet with webs too. Behind him was a pointy fish tail, and he was holding his harpoon in an aggressive posture. The nine statues on his right were humans. They were identical, and they were all holding a broadsword. Because the statues were in different postures, it seemed that they were showing sword moves.
“Huh? Interesting! Is this a sword technique?”
Regretfully, swords were not Han Fei’s principal weapons, so the technique was useless for him.
Behind the aisle, Han Fei could see a few groups of stones and one smooth and enormous boulder.
As a normal person, Han Fei was curious about those statues although this place was slightly creepy. After all, there seemed to be nothing except the statues here.
But when Han Fei just set foot on the aisle, he had a weird feeling that somebody was staring at him.
The Nine-Tailed Mantis Shrimp sensed nothing. It still followed Han Fei, wagging its nine tails.
Han Fei frowned and looked at the mermen who were shorter than him, wondering if the statues would come back to life. Why else would he feel that he was being watched?
But the statues didn’t come back to life. Nor did they roll their eyes or change their posture, like Han Fei expected them to.
When Han Fei reached the center of the statues, he heard dull collisions coming from somewhere, but he didn’t know where.
The scene before his eyes suddenly changed. He found himself floating in the water, and not far away ahead, nine mermen were fighting nine human beings.
The battle was as vivid as could be. The mermen and the human beings were fighting, and the man holding the broad sword was slashing continuously.
After his every slash, his sword would be bounced away by a certain force, allowing him to perform the second attack instantly. His attacks were most ferocious and unreserved.
Han Fei confirmed that it was a technique, and that the illusion was the creator of the technique’s demonstration.
Han Fei even felt like applauding for the man after the demonstration. The technique was actually as good as Zhang Xuanyu’s Seven-Layered Waves in Furious Sea.
However, its potential was not as good, and Zhang Xuanyu had deduced the Seven-Layered Waves in Furious Sea into the Nine-Layered Waves in Furious Sea
Han Fei was almost certain that this technique would surely lose when it was faced with the Nine-Layered Waves in Furious Sea.
But it did not mean that this technique was bad. In terms of the variousness of the moves, Zhang Xuanyu’s Nine-Layered Waves in Furious Sea was not as good.
After the technique demonstration was over, Han Fei wondered if the illusion would be gone.
But out of his expectation, though the human illusions were gone, the mermen with harpoons were still there, and they all stared at Han Fei as if they were alive.
Han Fei’s face slightly changed. For some reason, he sensed the determination of killing from the illusion.
In the next moment, all the nine mermen except the one with feet hopped and charged at Han Fei, with brilliant spiritual energy bursting out of their harpoons.
“Did the owner of this secret place hope to defeat the mermen with that sword technique?”
Han Fei was immediately amused. That technique was demon-level at best and not even high-quality. It did not interest him at all.
When the first merman was about to hit Han Fei, Han Fei drew his saber as quickly as lightning
An enormous saber aura full of coldness was slashed out, breaking the illusion as well as the nine merman statues in the aisle.
Han Fei’s lips curled. He began to wonder if this was a dangerous place at all.
However, he was slightly puzzled by the uncanny resistance he met just now. He didn’t consider it a big deal because it was broken by him easily.
After that, Han Fei continued the exploration.
Rocks the height of a man were everywhere on the empty ground, but Han Fei ignored them and walked straight at the high-rising wall.
But when he approached the wall, he found a long-haired girl crouching on the ground. She seemed to be unconscious.
Han Fei’s eyes squinted. Why would anyone be here? He was greatly surprised. He had run into someone so easily in a random place that he passed in this vast level-three fishery? “Hello, miss…”
Han Fei prodded the girl with his rod. Seeing no reaction from her, Han Fei rolled her with the rod so that she would be facing him.
It was not until this moment that he saw blood spilled all over the girl’s chest.
Without any hesitation, Han Fei cast the Divine Healing Technique on the girl.
“Cough, cough, cough…”
In the middle of the brilliant and sacred light, the girl coughed. Han Fei asked, “You’re up?”
Suddenly, a dagger was stabbed at Han Fei, but it had been grabbed by the Nine-Tailed Mantis Shrimp’s two chains before it did anything.
Han Fei was lost for words. “Hey, I just saved your life. Is this how you’re repaying me?”
Han Fei grinned and looked at the girl curiously. She seemed a couple of years older than himself. Though she was an intermediate Dangling Fisher, her breath was unsteady, indicating heavy wounds.
Squatting, Han Fei asked curiously, “What a coincidence! I didn’t expect to meet anyone in this unknown place. Miss, did something in this place hurt you?” “Cough, cough…” “Who are you?” With a pale face, the girl was holding another dagger. She seemed to be vigilant of Han Fei.
Han Fei grinned and said, “I’m a little carefree demon that likes to eat human beings without salt…”
The girl: “???”
They stared at each other in silence. The atmosphere got slightly weird. Finally, the girl said, “I am Yang Ruoyun. Who are you? How did you find this place?” Han Fei said lazily, “I happened to pass by and decided to check it out. I didn’t expect to see anyone here. Right, why are you hurt?”
Yang Ruoyun gazed at Han Fei. “You do not dare to reveal your name?”
Han Fei shrugged. “Why would I?”
After a long silence, Yang Ruoyun finally said, “There’s a sword on that wall. It’s the treasure of this place. I was hurt because of that sword.”
Han Fei raised his head, only to see a pommel at the top of the wall. He hadn’t noticed it earlier because the sword was completely buried in the wall and it was hard to notice.
However, Han Fei showed no intention of grabbing the sword after peeping at it. Instead, he sat down and said, “Let’s not rush on the sword. It’s not going anywhere. Can I ask you a few questions first?”
Yang Ruoyun: “???”
She was lost for words. Is this guy a psycho? You want to ask questions after you’ve just been told where the treasure is?
Before the girl said yes, Han Fei had started asking, “Do you know where the Abyssal Chasm is?”
Seeing that the girl’s pupils constricted and her body shivered, Han Fei knew that it was definitely not a good place. He had already terrified her by just mentioning the place. It must be very dangerous.
Yang Ruoyun asked in shock, “You’re going to the Abyssal Chasm? You?”
Han Fei looked at his hands and asked, “What about me? Is that place dangerous?”
Yang Ruoyun sneered. “There are too many Dangling Fishers in the level-three fishery. Just ask them if they dare to go to the Abyssal Chasm.”
Han Fei was rendered speechless. “Didn’t I just ask you about it? Come on. Tell me what you know…”
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