To my dear readers,
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This chapter took me so many attempts and two days because it was so hard. I hope you guys like it. The next chapter will be very funny, and the chapter after that will be very enjoyable 😉 *wink wink HINT HINT* LOL
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Lian Feng’s mission was very significant.
Firstly, the Capital had always been the core of the country’s politics, economy and culture. In order to get to the Capital, everyone must pass through Black Dragon Mountain. Therefore, creating a clear path without obstruction would greatly affect the whole country’s development.
Secondly, there was a high number of mountain thieves. The initial count was already more than a thousand. These people knew martial arts, had good physique, were able to bear hardships, and most importantly, were familiar with the region. They only require a little bit of training, and they could become the mountainous region combat squad.
They would be guarding the path to the Imperial City. If things go well, solely one person would be able to fight off a hundred.
Due to the two reasons mentioned above, the Emperor was exceptionally pleased with Lian Feng’s performance. The moment he received the document from the messenger, he immediately handed down an Imperial edict appointing Lian Feng with total authority over this matter.
The Emperor wanted Lian Feng to thoroughly settle this dispute with the mountain thieves; it had been a troublesome issues for decades.
Once this Imperial edict was handed down, Lian Feng became the talk of the town again. In addition, he also became super busy because he was responsible for a variety of tasks; including checking the numbers of recruitment and having discussions with the gang members regarding future plans. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 37.”