“I need ot leost three minutes to grow these hornets to moturity.” Like o defeoted rooster, Stellorio
pressed his bock ogoinst the dirt woll ond slid to the ground. “Even then, it’ll cost me plenty of vitolity.
Yet, you con complete thot process instontly with o flick of your finger.”
As he spoke, he removed o pock of cigorettes from his storoge ring.
Then, he lit one ond held it between his lips. He took in o deep breoth before puffing out o cloud of
smoke. “Tell me whot you wont me to do, then. I yield.”
The best woy to crush someone’s willpower wos to defeot them ot whot they were best ot.
At thot moment, Stellorio wos utterly defeoted.
Seeing thot his gool hod been occomplished, Seboxio woved his hond, turning the four hornets into o
puff of blood.
Meonwhile, Jonothon opprooched Stellorio. “No need to feel depressed, my good mon. After oll,
Seboxio’s o Divine Reolm cultivotor. It’s normol for him to do something normol people con’t. We don’t
hove ony ulterior reosons to copture you. It’s just thot this smoll world is too dongerous.”
Upon heoring thot, Stellorio woved his hond. “Don’t give me thot, Jonothon. Tell me whot you wont from
me or whot you wont me to do. Your stick-ond-corrot method doesn’t work on me.”
Seeing how hoggord Stellorio oppeored to be, Jonothon turned to Seboxio resignedly. I con’t help but
feel like Seboxio’s o moster of psychology. He olwoys monoges to find whot people core obout the
most ond then shotter it into pieces. Honestly, I’m o bit worried obout Stellorio. If his Cor is destroyed
by Seboxio os well, I’ll be in trouble.
Squotting next to Stellorio, Jonothon loid the mop he obtoined on the ground ond pointed ot the center.
“I wont to enter Yonnopolis, so I need the help of someone from the eight respectoble fomilies. The
more people I recruit from the fomilies, the better things will go for me.”
When Stellorio sow Jonothon wosn’t joking, he shifted his sight to the mop. “Yonnopolis? You meon
there’s o city in this smoll world?”
Jonothon wos dumbfounded to heor thot. “Are you telling me you didn’t even meet the locols here?”
“Locols? There ore people here?”
“I need at least three minutes to grow these hornets to maturity.” Like a defeated rooster, Stellario
pressed his back against the dirt wall and slid to the ground. “Even then, it’ll cost me plenty of vitality.
Yet, you can complete that process instantly with a flick of your finger.”
As he spoke, he removed a pack of cigarettes from his storage ring.
Then, he lit one and held it between his lips. He took in a deep breath before puffing out a cloud of
smoke. “Tell me what you want me to do, then. I yield.”
The best way to crush someone’s willpower was to defeat them at what they were best at.
At that moment, Stellario was utterly defeated.
Seeing that his goal had been accomplished, Seboxia waved his hand, turning the four hornets into a
puff of blood.
Meanwhile, Jonathan approached Stellario. “No need to feel depressed, my good man. After all,
Seboxia’s a Divine Realm cultivator. It’s normal for him to do something normal people can’t. We don’t
have any ulterior reasons to capture you. It’s just that this small world is too dangerous.”
Upon hearing that, Stellario waved his hand. “Don’t give me that, Jonathan. Tell me what you want from
me or what you want me to do. Your stick-and-carrot method doesn’t work on me.”
Seeing how haggard Stellario appeared to be, Jonathan turned to Seboxia resignedly. I can’t help but
feel like Seboxia’s a master of psychology. He always manages to find what people care about the
most and then shatter it into pieces. Honestly, I’m a bit worried about Stellario. If his Cor is destroyed
by Seboxia as well, I’ll be in trouble.
Squatting next to Stellario, Jonathan laid the map he obtained on the ground and pointed at the center.
“I want to enter Yannopolis, so I need the help of someone from the eight respectable families. The
more people I recruit from the families, the better things will go for me.”
When Stellario saw Jonathan wasn’t joking, he shifted his sight to the map. “Yannopolis? You mean
there’s a city in this small world?”
Jonathan was dumbfounded to hear that. “Are you telling me you didn’t even meet the locals here?”
“Locals? There are people here?”
Stellario was the heir of the Mallory family and a genius in cultivation.
However, he was only twenty-four years old. If he were directly tossed into society, he’d be the
equivalent of a fresh graduate from university, ready to face the world.
When he learned there were locals around, he forgot what he was depressed about. He then
straightened his back and squatted next to Jonathan. “Tell me what you saw, Jon!”
Jonathan felt resignedly amused upon seeing the childlike curiosity on Stellario’s countenance. I’m
certain this guy’s an idiot…
He proceeded to inform Stellario about the one hundred and eight villages, their ranks, the prefects, the
envoy of Outer City, and the mysterious Yannopolis, which was located in the center.
Aside from the demigod sealed underneath the river, Jonathan basically disclosed everything he saw
and learned in the small world to Stellario.
It was during that conversation Jonathan realized why the moronic Stellario didn’t encounter a living
It was because of the bugs.
As a parasite cultivator, Stellario had an innate curiosity about bugs.
The Mallory family was a big family. As such, they were able to provide Stellario with an excellent
cultivation environment. As such, he had basically played with every existing poisonous bug on Earth.
Hence, when he entered the small world, it was as if he had found a new continent.
Many people entered the small world to steal the treasure hiding within.
For Stellario, once he saw the bugs in the small world, he immediately tossed the treasure hunting to
the back of his mind.
Since the moment Stellario entered the small world, he had only been doing two things, which were
sleeping and catching bugs.
In fact, he accidentally stumbled into Mount of No Return while searching for bugs.
He even successfully kidnapped the queen of the black bugs.
Staring at the spirit animal pouch in Stellario’s hand, Jonathan felt sullen. What kind of maniac did I
spend so much effort on rescuing? I recall clearly that he didn’t plan to release the bugs’ queen, even
until the very end. To think he’s willing to die for a bug. This man is way too obsessed with his interest.
When Jonathan tried to peek at the bug queen, Stellario pulled the pouch away. “Don’t touch it willy-
nilly. It may appear small, but it’s actually incredibly fierce. When I was back in the Valley of Bugs, I
spotted many gigantic bones. It’s better not to touch it before I can determine if it’s poisonous. “
Carefully, Stellario put away the spirit animal pouch and gazed at the map again. “According to your
intel, not only do people live in this small world, but their society is also quite complicated. If we want to
return to our own world, we need to enter Yannapolis, correct?”
“That’s right.” Jonathan sighed. “After I was separated from Quintus, you’re the second person I met
who’s from the outside world. While we’ve agreed to cooperate, we’re still too weak like this. We need
more people, especially Divine Realm cultivators, like the head of your family.”
Upon hearing that, Stellario frowned. “It won’t be easy. To the Mallory family, these ancient bugs are the
greatest treasure here. I’ve no idea where that old fart had gone too, and I don’t think we can locate
him. Although, when I was about fifty miles to the east from here in the morning, I heard gunshots. It
sounded like a sniper rifle, quite a powerful one at that. However, I was busy catching bugs, so I didn’t
pay attention to that. After hearing what you told me, I think it resembles Hayden’s fighting style.”
Fifty miles? Jonathan hastily glanced at the mark on the map, which was located southeastern of
Upriver Village. It basically matched the description the village’s prefect provided.
“Why didn’t you say that earlier?” Immediately, he stored the map and grabbed Stellario’s wrist.
The moment he activated Elemental Extrication Technique, the surrounding dirt moved as though it
Stellario widened his eyes in response. “How are you doing this, Jon? You have to teach me this skill
some other time!”
“Sure, if you’re willing to teach me your family’s secret cultivation method,” stated Jonathan.
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