Chapter 362: Sounding Out
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 362: Sounding Out

Translated by: Hypersheep325

Edited by: Michyrr


When Shi Jingzhai arrived at Tang Jie's residence, he found that he wasn't in. Upon asking the maids, he learned that Tang Jie had gone out to Goldpool Peak to fish.

Goldpool Peak was a mountain on the western side of Mount Eternal. But its original name had actually been Gold Apex Peak. Around one thousand years ago on Gold Apex Peak, a Celestial Heart True Person had engaged in a battle that darkened the heavens, shaved off the top of the mountain, and cratered the summit, and a lake ended up forming in it. When the sun illuminated the lake on the summit, it flashed golden, and so it was called the Golden Pool, and Gold Apex Peak became Goldpool Peak.

But while Goldpool Peak had a pool, it was one without fish. What had gotten ahold of Tang Jie, that he was running off to the Golden Pool to fish? Fortunately, cultivators often did many absurd things. So long as they wanted it, they could make the Golden Pool have fish.

Upon learning that Tang Jie was at Goldpool Peak, Shi Jingzhai flew over to find him.

Goldpool Peak was covered in white snow, and the surface of the lake shone with a rosy light. For these two opposite scenes to appear in the same place was both bizarre and harmonious, a unique sight.

A wooden raft floated in the center of the lake.

Tang Jie casually sat on the raft with a wooden fishing pole in his hand, very much like a wandering and relaxed Immortal. A large school of koi swam back and forth in the water. A slender sewing needle had been dropped among the fish as Tang Jie's fishing hook.

Such a hook naturally wouldn't be able to hook a single fish, but Tang Jie didn't care, just quietly waiting.

Shi Jingzhai flew out from the distance, and when he called out to Tang Jie, Tang Jie finally smiled.

The fish had bitten on the hook.

He looked up and said, "Is that True Person Shi? Why not come down to fish with me, share a few drinks?"

He raised the wine jar next to him into the air.

Shi Jingzhai laughed and said, "Young friend, you truly are in good spirits. If that's the case, there's no harm in keeping you company."

He spoke as if he was just passing through.

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He took out a piece of paper from his Mustard Seed Bag and folded it into a paper boat. He blew on the paper boat, which swelled in size, becoming as large as a real boat and resting on the surface of the water.

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It's finally time to find out what the Stone Gate Sect elders are hiding!

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