Chapter 2: Tragic Turn
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 2: Tragic Turn

Translated by: Hypersheep325
Edited by: Michyrr

The battle in the sky continued. That heaven-consuming magic power stirred the air into a hurricane, and the sky darkened.

That golden-armored god was still swinging his powerful arms, each hit striking the air and stirring up a howling gale.

The immense wind pressure was like a tornado, creating barriers of wind that made each step forward excruciatingly difficult for Tang Jie.

On the other hand, that white figure weaved through the wind. With each swing of his sword, a powerful sword beam would cleave across the sky like a bolt of lightning. When they struck the earth below, they left behind deep fissures.

Tang Jie had to be cautious and avoid these stray attacks from the heavens.

He ran against the wind pressure, dodged the lightning, maneuvered his way through the forest, and jumped between giant rocks. He was as nimble as a monkey as he rushed toward the summit of Jade Orchid Mountain.

Only there could he see the Immortals in the sky, could he have the chance to talk with them.

There was another flash of light in the sky. Tang Jie instinctively lunged forward, and behind him, a beam of sword lightning crashed down, blasting a rock that he had stepped on earlier. The rock was obliterated, and the shockwave struck Tang Jie and sent him flying.

He grunted and spat out blood, after which he jumped to his feet, grabbed a hanging branch of a tree, and swung forward on it.

The farther he charged, the stronger the power of the aftershocks became. By the time he had reached the midway point of the mountain, gales were ripping across the slope, sword lightning was raining down in a deluge, and sand and gravel flew through the air.

And then Tang Jie stopped.

He had no choice except to stop!

This was because there were no trees to shelter behind up ahead. The summit of Jade Orchid Mountain had already been completely shorn of trees.

Those beams of sword energy and the omnipresent wind pressure whirled and howled across the top of the mountain, creating a world-destroying momentum. To press any farther would mean certain death.

Could he not even get close?

Tang Jie hopelessly looked up at the sky.

Those two figures in the sky had reached the most intense moment of their battle.

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