Jiang Lan was a little surprised when he heard the news from his master.
In the past forty years, no one had come to the Ninth Summit.
Much less to the Netherworld Cave.
For ordinary disciples, it was best not to approach the Netherworld Cave if their cultivation base was insufficient.
It was impossible for the disciples of the Ninth Summit not to approach.
That was why it was necessary.
Otherwise, why would the Ninth Summit not have any disciples?
In truth, even if the Ninth Summit had recruited disciples, they would not be able to stay for long.
“They’re coming today. Looks like I need to send these people away before I can advance my Essence Soul.”
Jiang Lan stood up and prepared to receive those people outside.
He was the only disciple of the Ninth Summit. If he did not go, then was he expecting his master to go instead?
It was obviously illogical.
Before leaving, Jiang Lan came to the spirit pet egg and watered it with some spirit liquid to ensure that it wasn’t malnourished.
It’s been almost forty years.
Ever since his master gave him this spirit pet when he had advanced to the Foundation Establishment on the surface, the egg had not changed.
There was no sign of its shell breaking.
Initially, Jiang Lan was more meticulous.
Later on, he began to treat it like a flower. When he was free, he would water it and change its soil.
It was not any ordinary soil, but some warm soil.
His master had brought it from somewhere else. He said that the temperature was very important when incubating spirit beasts.
As it turned out, there was no difference.
This spirit pet just wouldn’t hatch.
Jiang Lan was already used to it not hatching. If it broke its shell one day, he might not be used to it.
However he had checked and determined that its life force did not weaken at all.
It could be a vegetative egg.
“As quiet as always.”
Jiang Lan looked at the vegetative egg and shook his head.
Then, he turned around and walked out of the Netherworld Cave.
When he left, Jiang Lan realized that the sun had just risen.
There was still half a day before those people arrived.
However, he didn’t mind. He went straight to the foot of the Ninth Summit and waited for those people to arrive.
In reality, he didn’t know who had come.
In any case, his master had asked him to them up.
They should be disciples of another peak. If they weren’t disciples, there was no need for him to come.
As for disciples, there was probably no one who could suppress him in terms of status.
After all, he was the eldest personal disciple of the Ninth Summit.
He would most likely inherit the Ninth Summit in the future.
Although it was a tough job, it sounded amazing.
It was still early when Jiang Lan arrived at the foot of the Ninth Summit.
He found a place t
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