Chapter 93: Tiger Roar Valley (1)
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 93: Tiger Roar Valley (1)

Translated by: Hypersheep325
Edited by: Michyrr

Tiger Roar Valley was located at the southernmost end of the Clear Sky Mountains.

After descending from Rising Star Peak, Tang Jie traversed a long mountain road. Suddenly, the view in front of him opened up, and he spotted a village.

It wasn't a large village, being home to only a few dozen families, but it was particularly lively. Several men dressed as laborers were holding down a horned bull. One of them had a long dagger in hand, and with a stab, he killed the bull, after which he took out several coins and passed them to a student standing on the side. As the student took the money, he muttered, "Only this much?" Then he shook his head and left.

A few old ladies were headed off to the slopes to dry herbs while a few middle-aged women gave another student some money.

Farther off, he saw several metal cages. Various vicious beasts were held in these cages, some of them even being low-class fiend beasts.

Tang Jie knew that this place was Tiger Roar Village.

Tiger Roar Village was a very special place in Basking Moon Academy. The villagers here primarily lived by trading with the students who ventured into the valley.

If the students got something out of the valley and didn't want to carry it all the way back, they could sell it to the villagers. The villagers would process everything on the spot, and once they were done processing, they would sell the goods to the school. At times, when the prey in Tiger Roar Valley began to run out, the villagers would help to catch some and put them in the valley.

Behind the village was the entrance to Tiger Roar Valley. A teacher sat by the entrance, responsible for taking the entrance fee. Next to the teacher was a sign upon which were written the various rules for the valley.

There were a lot of rules. For example, powerful spell arts that could damage the valley environment were forbidden, herbs that were less than a year old could not be dug out, some herbs could not have their roots dug out, some herbs couldn't be dug out until they w

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Translator Notes

RIP the cows. Also, Tang Jie's first trip to the valley is off to a wonderful start!

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