Xion’s jaw dropped as Hezti’s words echoed in her mind.
“Become a Master of the Dark Realm?” she repeated incredulously, struggling to find the right words.
Finally, she managed to ask him, “Mr. Wade, do you really think someone without any talent can become a Master of the Dark Realm?”
Hezti’s response was swift and sure. “Absolutely,” he replied, his eyes gleaming with a fierce determination.
“Becoming a Master isn’t about talent, it’s about seizing the right opportunities and cultivating the right relationships. Some of the most gifted individuals never reach their full potential because they lack the necessary discipline and strategy,” Hezti said, turning to Xion with a serious expression.
After a while he added, “But you have everything it takes to become a Master of the Dark Realm. With hard work and dedication, you could achieve this in just a few short months.”
Xion was elated and moved to tears by the chance to become a Master of the Dark Realm. She had never thought such an opportunity would come her way, and the prospect left her feeling overwhelmed with emotion.
For the majority of martial arts masters, the Dark Realm was considered an unattainable level. Even becoming an eight-star martial artist was a lofty aspiration, let alone entering the Dark Realm, without possessing a complete set of martial arts mentality.
Many martial arts families and sects had relied on incomplete martial arts mental methods for generations. This had resulted in an inability to train highly skilled martial artists, as was the case with the Elms family.
Cultivating a warrior who could reach the Dark Realm was an incredibly challenging feat. It required dedication, discipline, and mastery of complex martial arts techniques. Therefore, it was comparable to the challenge of climbing Mount Everest.
The journey of martial arts was filled with obstacles, and every level from the three-star warrior to the next was a significant hurdle. Some might not be able to overcome these hurdles in their lifetime, making it as difficult as reaching the sky.
This difficulty was why many eight-star warriors and even warriors in the Dark Realm might join the Warriors Camp of the Warriors Den, despite being admired by thousands of people in various places. By joining the Warriors Camp, they submitted themselves to the control of the Warriors Den for the rest of their lives.
The Warriors Camp held a high probability of allowing them to break through the Great Perfection of the Light Realm and become Masters of the Dark Realm. This aspect of the Warriors Camp was particularly alluring and made it an irresistible option for these martial artists.
Becoming a Master of the Dark Realm was a goal that overshadows the value of money and status for martial artists. This ultimate achievement was worth more than any worldly possession.
Hezti surmised that the Warriors Camp of the Warriors Den had a high success rate in producing Dark Realm Masters because of the proficient aura and elixir Masters working behind the scenes.
Reiki and elixirs were the only elements that can overcome the level barriers of martial arts practitioners and help them to successfully break through. This was likely the key factor that had enabled the Warriors Den to cultivate batches of Dark Realm Masters.
For Bokir, having Sonya under his command and Jackson Karrde, who was Sonya’s Master, as Dark Realm Masters, was not enough.
Additionally, while Reverend and Zyron, the original special envoys of the Warriors Den, were also Masters of the Dark Realm, Hezti could not consider them as his own.
These two individuals were susceptible to psychological hints and were controlled by the Warriors Den. If the two armies were to engage in a war and Reverend and Zyron were able to overcome Hezti’s psychological hints, they would become immediate enemies.
This vulnerability made it impossible for Hezti to trust them completely.
To mitigate the risk of having Reverend and Zyron as potential adversaries, Hezti asked Reverend to return to Turkey to continue being a special envoy. Meanwhile, he arranged for Zyron to be under the tutelage of Sonya’s Master, Jackson.
In the future, if Hezti intended to confront the Warriors Den head-on, he must have a minimum of 20 to 30 Dark Realm experts under his command to have a fighting chance.
To cultivate Dark Realm Masters in batches, a large number of pills was necessary. Fortunately, the medicine cauldron that Hezti possessed could help him achieve twice the result with half the effort, making the process more efficient.
Hezti was determined to make Xion the third Master of the Dark Realm. He knew it would take time and effort, but he was up for the challenge.
He planned to carefully select potential martial arts experts from various sources, such as the Dragon Temple, the Elms family, and other skilled fighters. His ultimate goal was to create a team of Dark Masters who would be unstoppable.
To achieve this, Hezti believed he needed to establish an organization that could train and nurture talented individuals. It would be similar to the Warriors Camp, but focused on developing Dark Realm Masters
As the day drew to a close, Hezti turned to Xion and said, “Xion, it’s time for you to go back and continue preparing for the wedding. Remember, no one in the Elms family should know about your true cultivation level. And please, keep your breakthrough to an eight-star warrior a secret.”