Great Demon King

Ni Cang Tian, 逆蒼天More From Author

Chapter 960 - We're Not Leaving!

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GDK 960: We’re Not Leaving!

Han Tu was no doubt coming from the crack in the ground. However, Bollands, Gilbert and Sanguis merely gave it a passing glance without the slightest intention of leaving through it.

“You guys should go!” Bollands said, pointing at the warriors behind him. They had been trained most often by Bollands and would never hesitate to do as he ordered. Without hesitation, they jumped into the crack in the ground.

MIller’s smile receded as a gentle breeze came blowing out of his palm. A barrier formed over the crack in the ground and the warriors that had entered were sent bouncing back out.

“If I say nobody’s leaving, I mean it!” Miller approached Han Hao menacingly, his every step causing a small twister to form, eventually covering the whole area.

Han Hao squinted as the seven bone spurs shot out of his back towards the wind barrier over the crack. With a loud crash, a hole was torn on the barrier.

“Go, now!” Bollands yelled. The warriors quickly jumped into the crack, leaving not one of their own behind. This time around, there was nothing to stop them.

“You three too, go!” Han Hao said without even turning back. A red glow shone in his purple eyes as he glared at the approaching Miller. Specters came out of the bone spear in his hand and gathered around him.

“Han Hao, we’re not leaving!” Gilbert stubbornly said, “We can’t watch you die for our sake! If we’re to die, let all of us do it together!”

“Hahaha, well said. You should all die together!” Miller smirked and lashed out without warning. Strong gusts of wind shot out like humongous torrents out of nowhere towards the three of them, completely enveloping them.

With a stretch of his hand, he made a sharp, saw-toothed blade with the cold winds and slashed with it. The blade spun at high speeds and covered the whole of Han Hao. The sudden surge of Miller’s power put his abilities as an overgod of wind on full display. Only those on the same level as he was could stand a chance against it; those weaker than him would be trapped by the strong winds without question.

“How dare small fries like you act so arrogantly?” Miller mocked. He didn’t consider Bollands and the rest his match at all. Even Sanguis, who had breached the barrier he made, only merited the slightest bit of caution. He didn’t think Sanguis could really fight him on even footing.

Though he continued to mock them arrogantly, Miller was actually paying close attention to Han Hao, who was currently being entrapped by the saw-toothed wind blade. As far as he was concerned, Han Hao was the only troublesome one among them, though even then he was someone that Miller didn’t have to use his full force to fight.

All of a sudden, Miller’s expression suddenly shifted. “What?!”

Loud wails and cries of wraiths could be heard coming from Han Hao’s direction as a gigantic silhouette formed. The figure clawed and bit at the surroundings, ravaging everything in its path.

The blade formed from Miller’s wind energy was immediately shattered into countless fragments after the figure bit down onto it, causing the wind element that comprised it to disperse. They could never form together into the solid blade again.

At the same time, Han Hao’s bone spear opened its wide, ghastly mouth, resembling a hellish dragon that had climbed out of its prison in the abyss for the first time in aeons. It emanated endless hatred and killing intent as it closed in for a bite.

Miller’s expression was grave. Now, there was no longer the slightest hint of underestimation coming from him. He now knew that Han Hao was a match on his caliber.

All of a sudden, Miller’s body began to turn rapidly, causing a large tornado to form with him in the center. The tornado stretched all the way to the sky and covered a ten-kilometer area. All the flora and rocks were crushed and absorbed into the tornado.

Miller was now at the eye of the storm, continuously supplying energy to his colossal creation that threatened to swallow all. Not only did it pull whatever it could into it, it even managed to pull Han Hao’s bone spear towards it.

Sounds of crying and howling could be heard from within the tornado. The moment the bone spear entered it, the tornado began to slow down, as if it was diverting all its power to move a mountain.

“Go, now!” Han Hao cried as he sent out his bone spur to disperse the wind energy that bound them. Bollands and the rest were quite shocked at the development.

“I’m still not his match yet, so I can only hold him back for a bit. I can’t defeat him!” Han Hao explained before he charged into the crack himself.

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Bollands and the rest no longer hesitated and followed behind. If Miller was someone even Han Hao admitted to not being able to defeat, the three of them wouldn’t even stand a chance. There was nothing else they could do but run.

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