In the end, Jagoan transformed into a man that looked exactly like Jagoan.
Jagoan gaped in amazement at the change.
“W-Wow, you look exactly like me. Does this mean you can transform yourself into anyone and do whatever you want?” he asked in disbelief.
“I’m not powerful enough, so this Transforming Technique can only last for half an hour at most,” Jagoan replied.
With that, he returned to his original self. Another flash of light appeared, and a man who was his replica stepped out behind him.
“However, I’m able to maintain this Clone Technique for thirty minutes to an hour!” Jagoan continued.
As he observed his shadow clone, he nodded repeatedly. It seemed like he was very satisfied with it.
Jagoan was shocked to the core by the sight of two Jagoans standing before him. His curiosity prompted him to step forward, pinch the shadow clone’s cheek, and slap it.
“Hey, are you a pervert? Why are you pinching my cheek?” Jagoan slapped his hand away.
“This… This is actually real. It isn’t an illusion spell…” Jagoan could feel the warmth on the shadow clone.
“Of course! It wouldn’t be called Clone Technique if it were an illusion spell. But this shadow clone is only half as powerful as I am. Imagine how incredible it will be if it is as powerful as me!” Jagoan sighed and dismissed his shadow clone.
If the shadow clone could be as powerful as him, it meant that he had double his own strength.
“This is incredible enough!” Jagoan praised.
It was then he finally saw how powerful the charm spell was. While his Nine Shadows could create several shadow clones, they were merely products of an illusion spell and were not real.
If he possessed Transforming Clone Charm, he could create a shadow clone to aid him in fleeing from tight situations. It was simply a perfect tool for escape!
Jagoan promptly regretted passing the charm spell to Jagoan.
“Why? Do you regret your decision?” Jagoan asked, quirking his lips into a faint smile.
“Why would I regret it? Since you promised to help me find Century Eye Herb, let’s go now!”
Jagoan reminded Jagoan of his promise and demanded that he fulfill it.
“Don’t worry. I didn’t forget my promise. Let’s go!” Beaming with delight, Jagoan led Jagoan out.
When they walked past the gate of Skywrath Sect, Jagoan glanced inside.
When I get stronger, I must come back to the ancient ruins! I’m sure there are more powerful charm spells waiting for me inside!
After leaving the ancient ruins, Jagoan and Jagoan began their journey to find Century Eye Herb. They traveled for three days and arrived at the border of the Southwest Region. The vast ocean was right in front of them.
“Mr. Jagoan, where is Century Eye Herb? Are you lying to me?” Jagoan stared at the sea in exasperation.
“Relax. Why would I lie to you?” Jagoan replied.
He then pulled out his geomantic compass to search for something The sea breeze blew past them, carrying a hint of saltiness.
Jagoan followed behind Jagoan, curious to see where the latter would bring him.
They walked along the beach, and soon a small island appeared in front of their eyes. It seemed close to the coast, about a few miles away from them. However, the island was emitting a light red glow. From a distance, it looked like a flaming mountain.
Jagoan held his breath and gathered his spiritual energy on his feet. He then walked on the sea, heading toward the island.
When Jagoan saw his actions, he immediately went after him. Given their current capabilities, walking on water was child’s play to them.
Evangeline was the last to move, floating above the sea. With that, the three of them made their way to the island. If normal humans were to see them, they would have thought they were immortals who had descended to earth.
Just as they were about to arrive on the island, powerful gusts of heatwaves crashed onto them.
In no time, their clothes were drenched in sweat.