Chapter 57: Twelve-Form Horizon Sword
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 57: Twelve-Form Horizon Sword

Translated by: Hypersheep325
Edited by: Michyrr

"What? You redeemed the Aqualight Shroud, and you also bought the Twelve-Form Horizon Sword for twenty spirit coins?"

Wei Tianchong gawked at Tang Jie.

Tang Jie corrected, "I redeemed the Twelve-Form Horizon Sword and I paid twenty spirit coins for the Aqualight Shroud."

Wei Tianchong was about to blow his top. "Is there a difference?"

Tang Jie spread apart his hands. "I still bought a spell book, right?"

"So you also know that the Twelve-Form Horizon Sword is a martial technique, not a spell book?" Wei Tianchong felt like he was about to go insane from listening to Tang Jie.

Martial techniques were mortal techniques.

In other words, these were things that mortals practiced. True cultivators disdained to learn such things.

Tang Jie had to have gone crazy, actually buying– ah, no, "redeeming" a martial technique manual.

It was like refusing to go Yale, Harvard, Qinghua, or Peking, and instead choosing some third-rate diploma mill!

"It's still usable by both Immortals and mortals," Tang Jie said with a smile.

"But it's still a martial technique!"

Wei Tianchong thumped his chest and stomped his feet, his face brimming with disappointment.

As it was usable by both Immortals and mortals, it meant that there was something special about it and cultivators could get something out of using it.

The Twelve-Form Horizon Sword was precisely this sort of special martial technique. Otherwise, it wouldn't have been stored in Heaven One Pavilion.

The Twelve-Form Horizon Sword was a technique for practicing sword swings, and had certain requirements when it came to strength.

For mortals, this requirement meant mobilizing their physical strength, but cultivators could use spiritual power, and sword techniques powered by spiritual energy would naturally be stronger and faster than those powered by mortal strength. But that was the extent of it. In the end, this was a martial technique meant to exhibit the power of a weapon. It would not be stronger than spells, nor would it change in any way.

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Translator Notes

The mind games! Can Gu Changqing puzzle out the truth? 

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