Chapter 94: Tiger Roar Valley (2)
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 94: Tiger Roar Valley (2)

Translated by: Hypersheep325
Edited by: Michyrr

After throwing off the mottled snake's pursuit, Tang Jie continued his way along the mountain path.

"There's spirit grass up ahead!" Nestled in Tang Jie's bosom, Yiyi pointed with her finger before quickly drawing back.

After the lesson just now, Yiyi did not dare to reveal herself. While she was hiding in Tang Jie's bosom, at least her scent wouldn't travel very far.

Going in the direction Yiyi had indicated, Tang Jie went up to a shrub. Next to it, ten-some bright red grasses were swaying in the wind.

"Red tuber grass, not very valuable," Tang Jie sadly remarked.

Three stalks of red tuber grass went for only one spirit coin. It was a low-value plant whose only redeeming quality was that it grew very quickly. It normally needed only half a year to mature, and a lot would grow out at once.

Tang Jie counted them and found that there were twenty, so he took out his small herb hoe.

The main value of the red tuber grass was in its roots, so he dug them out together with their roots. However, the school rules said that at least one stalk had to be left in any patch of red tuber grass so that they could continue to thrive. The academy wouldn't go out of its way to watch every student to make sure this happened, but if it got serious about investigating, no one would be able to hide. Thus, the students did not break this rule lightly.

After taking eighteen stalks, Tang Jie carefully put them away and continued.

As he was walking, Yiyi suddenly shouted, "Run! Another monster is coming!"

Tang Jie turned around and ran. At the same time, he asked, "What is it?"

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"A leopard, a wicked leopard!" Yiyi shouted, waving her fists.

Hearing this, Tang Jie stopped.

Yiyi panicked. "Hurry and run! Why did you stop?"

Tang Jie sighed. "I can fight a leopard."

"Ah?" Yiyi was dumbfounded.

She had been scared silly by the big snake and wanted to run the moment she discovered a fiend beast. She had forgotten that they hadn't come here so that they could flee from anything they ran into.

There were three kinds of leopard fiends in Tiger Roar Valley, but all of them were of the lower grade.

Tang Jie only avoided those of middle grade and above. If he even had to avoid lower grades, he might as well have not come.

As he turned around, he saw a black leopard charging at him, moving so fast that it was just a black blur.

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Translator Notes

Oof, Tang Jie still having a pretty tough time of it. Hopefully it all pays off.

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