“Are you surprised?” Caspian glanced at him.
Bowen’s eyes were wide open and his mouth was wide open. He looked very comical.
“How could this be…?” he murmured. “How could this be…?”
“Is it talent or ability to observe the fate?” Caspian asked.
Talent was something that no one else could learn. As for abilities, they could be mastered as long as they were tempered.
“Abilities determine the bottom line, and talent determines the upper limit,” Bowen took a deep breath and said firmly, “However, I can guarantee that the one who can determine the location in such a short period of time is either someone who has already known the layout of this place, or someone whose talent far surpasses mine…”
“But his talent is greater than mine… How is it possible…”
“You didn’t expect that there would be someone better than you,” Yvonne commented.
“No,” Caspian shook his head. “I don’t think Bowen’s praising himself.”
“What do you mean?” Yvonne asked.
“If one practice hard, one can reach a certain level. Do you think that in the past 20,000 years, the aura in the Three Sages Mountain will not be discovered?” Caspian’s words stopped Yvonne.
“That’s why I think that only those who meet certain requirements can discover the secrets of the Three Sages Mountain and find the relationship between the three mountains. No one had ever met this requirement in the past 20,000 years. But now, there were two of them… If it was you, don’t you think it was too coincidental?”
Caspian’s words made Yvonne fall into deep thought.
After taking a deep breath, Caspian said, “Let’s not think about it for the time being. When we get there, everything will be clear.”
“What about the others?” Yvonne asked.
The others she mentioned were Jessica and Lady Maisie, who had not yet met with them.
”I’ll keep in touch with them at any time. I’ll let them go down the stairs for the time being,’ Caspian thought for a while and said, “We can’t let them come here first. Once there are too many people, I’m afraid that once something bad happens, I can’t take them into consideration.”
“You said it’s dangerous?” Beside him, Bowen’s heart suddenly trembled.
“If you don’t go with us, you will be in danger now,” Caspian squinted at him.
When she saw that Bowen had shrunk his neck, Yvonne said, “Don’t tell me you don’t want to know who is more talented at observing fate than you? ”
“I… Of course I want to know! Hmph!” When it came to this matter, Bowen was indignant. “I don’t believe that there will be someone stronger than me in this aspect. This fellow must have known about the layout and structure of this place a long time ago.”
“If he knew it, he wouldn’t need to gather helpers,” Caspian poured a basin of cold water on Bowen’s head.
Everyone could tell the dissatisfaction on his face even though Bowen didn’t want to say anything else.
Then, the three did not say anything more. On the way forward, only Caspian stopped from time to time and contacted the separated people through messenger and telepathic jade.
Although they encountered some zombies and clay sculptures along the way, they did not pose a threat to them. If cultivators who came here encountered these zombies and clay sculptures 20,000 years ago, they would feel that they were in danger. But for Caspian and the others, it should be those zombies and clay sculptures that were in danger. And when Caspian and Yvonne had been together, they had completely crushed others.
Now, there was another cultivator who was good at looking at people’s fate. According to what he had said, there were all sorts of good luck in this city. The reason why those zombies could be resurrected was also because of the luck.
As long as the karmic luck was destroyed, the zombies would either rot or their strength would be greatly reduced.
There was no need to fight with zombies directly if they destroyed the Luck.
This was why Bowen was able to travel all the way here even though he was at Pulse Control Realm. As he walked forward, Bowen was also secretly observing the changes in his surroundings.
Previously, through observation and speculation, he could estimate a general range. But now, knowing the direction they were heading in was the corresponding location of the two peaks in the city, he might observe it intentionally.
As time went by, Bowen’s words became less and less, and he spent more and more time thinking.
An hour later, the three of them arrived at a square-like place. In the center of the square, there was a circular water ring. It had a diameter of 30 meters. But now, it was naturally empty inside, and the surface was also dark.
From a distance, it looked like a giant beast’s open mouth, making people shudder.
The message from jade identification badge was here. Caspian motioned for the two people behind him to slow down.
After walking for a short while, Caspian saw that someone had already arrived. There were about ten people in front of Caspian.
Three of them were from the Heaven’s Edge Sect according to their jade identification badges.
When they saw Caspian take the initiative to show jade identification badge at his waist, the vigilance on their faces suddenly disappeared, revealing a friendly expression.
Caspian swept the area with his gaze and immediately saw that two male disciples were at the mid level of the third stage of Holy Land Realm and en try level of the third stage of Holy Land Realm. The other female disciple was at the entry level of the third stage of Holy Land Realm.
The realms of the three were almost the same as Caspian.
The remaining six or seven cultivators didn’t have jade identification badge of the disciples of the Heaven’s Edge Sect, and their realms were also far beneath those three.
In addition to a cultivator of the first stage of the Holy Land Realm, the others were all Pulse Control Realm cultivators. The six or seven people were also divided into several groups, standing behind the three disciples.
Seeing this familiar scene, Caspian immediately understood.
Just like him, cultivators with lower cultivation bases followed the Heaven’s Edge Sect disciples, hoping to take advantage of this opportunity to enter Spirit Severing Path.
“Silent Lion…” Among the three, the tallest and strongest male disciple, who was also at the same realm as Caspian, stepped forward and took the initiative to introduce himself.
“Caspian Montgomery,” Caspian nodded to him.
The other two addressed Caspian as Senior Brother. Through their introduction, Caspian knew that the male disciple of entry level of the third stage of Holy Land Realm was called Cidas Mont, and the female disciple was called Joyce Owen.
After the introduction, Caspian found that Cidas and Joyce looked behind him intentionally or unintentionally, as if there was a monster hiding behind Caspian. Confused, he turned his head to take a look before he realized that the two of them were looking at Bowen Pullman.
Ever since Bowen had arrived here, he had been holding back his anger and wanted to find the person who was stronger than him in fate looking. It was unknown if it was because Bowen was too emotional. Since he saw these people, he put his hands on his waist, puffed his mouth, glared at these strangers in front of him, and carefully glared at them one by one.
From Caspian’s point of view, it was easy for him to be chopped to death by a cultivator with a bad temper.
Just as Caspian was thinking about whether or not to remind Bowen to pay attention to his image, Joyce coughed and said, “Senior Brother Montgomery, does this friend of yours have any objections to us?”