The Legendary Man Chapter 1335

Chapter 1335 Spiritual Sense Destroyed

The conversation between Kathleen and Stellario left Merilyn stupefied.

At that moment, Jonathan had already pinned Stellario to the ground, so Merilyn could not figure out what other tricks he might have up his sleeve.

As she watched the two of them in confusion, she saw Stellario’s body slowly rising from the ground.

The countless black insects underneath Stellario’s feet acted like a spring and propelled him up to the ground.

Additionally, the insects also landed on his swollen cheeks, one by one. After sucking the blood from the swollen areas of his face to reduce the swelling, the insects fell to the ground and died.

Within the blink of an eye, Stellario’s injuries recovered significantly.

“You—”

Merilyn stared at Stellario, who had been restored to his original state, her eyes widened in disbelief.

With a casual flick of his hand, Stellario cast a spell and caused the ground around the three of them to move.

“Kathleen, should I kill you now or not?”

Right then, Kathleen’s spiritual sense dispersed.

An Insect Sea began forming beneath his feet and extended to the surrounding areas, covering a range of about ten meters. Though not immediately noticeable, the insects had already surrounded Kathleen from underground.

Kathleen, however, remained leisurely puffing on a cigarette.

“It’s not a matter of whether you can kill me, but rather that you can’t bear to do it. Or should I say, you don’t think you’re capable of killing me?”

Stellario waved his hand, releasing a surge of spiritual energy that bound Merilyn and sent her flying a distance away.

Then, with a slight gesture of his hand, countless insects surged crazily from the ground and headed toward the direction of Kathleen.
Smiling, Kathleen moved her fingers and formed a hand seal. Instantly, a robust spiritual shield formed around her body.

The Insect Sea appeared with a deafening whistling sound, whizzing through the air and encircling Kathleen completely. Soon, the insects engulfed her entirely.

“Spiritual energy is of no use to me,” Stellario said with a smile.

Over two-thirds of the parasites reared by the Mallory family possessed a distinct characteristic; they were spiritphilic.

After all, they were used to deal with cultivators. If they could not even break through the spiritual shield, what was the point of raising those parasites?

However, there was something unusual about Kathleen’s spiritual shield this time.

The parasites that fed on spiritual energy had almost all fallen to the ground, dead. In just a brief moment, a thick layer of insect corpses had piled up around Kathleen’s feet.

Kathleen stood among the endless swarm of insects, completely calm and composed the whole time.

It was as if she was savoring the sensation of being nibbled by those parasites. At one point, Kathleen even displayed contentment in her expression.

From the looks of it, it almost seemed as though she was relishing the insect attacks.

Something must be wrong when a strange phenomenon was happening.

Although it was unclear why Kathleen behaved this way, Stellario went ahead to disperse the swarm of insects.

Kathleen looked at Stellario seductively and let out a charming laugh.

“What’s the matter? You can’t hold on anymore after just a short while?”

A gust of wind swept through, blowing the insect carcasses around Kathleen’s feet away into the distance.

Stellario narrowed his gaze and realized that all those insects were left with nothing but empty shells.

Femme fatale truly is a fitting nickname for Kathleen.

“I never expected you to resort to poison to this extent. I must say, I’ve underestimated you,” sneered Stellario.

Kathleen shrugged her shoulders, showing no concern even as the wind blew at her sheer robe.

“We all are descendants of the eight respectable families, and each of us is capable of representing our faction. Who among us doesn’t have a few aces up their sleeve? If you want to fight, I’m ready to go all the way. However, if you don’t plan to start a fight, I think we can discuss how to maximize our benefits in the small world. We’ve collaborated before. As long as we reach a consensus, I believe there’s nothing the Henderson and Mallory families can’t handle.”

Upon hearing that, Stellario pondered for a moment before nodding in agreement.

“All right. Since you want to collaborate with me, I’m sure you’ve already thought about the future plans.”

Kathleen did not respond to that. Instead, she turned and looked at Merilyn, who was standing at the side.

Stellario took a step forward, positioning himself between the two.

“This is my wife. If you dare to lay a finger on her, I’ll kill you right away.”

Jonathan led Hayden and Sirius as they frantically fled underground. They covered a distance of twenty-five kilometers before finally emerging in a valley.

“Pfft…” As Jonathan led the two of them to break through the earth, they panted heavily.

Although they were not as skilled as the cultivators in the Divine Realm, it was not difficult for people at their level of cultivation to hold their breath and close their eyes in concentration for an extended period of time.

Since they were accustomed to breathing freely as humans, anyone would find it incredibly suffocating to hold their breath underground for an hour or so.

“Hmm… Hmm…”

As Hayden lay on the soft grass, a look of contentment crept up on his face.

“Mr. Goldstein, even though your earth-traveling ability is very handy, it can be quite stifling.”

Meanwhile, Sirius had already found a pair of black robes and put them on. When he heard Hayden’s words, he could not help but chuckle.

“You’re lucky to have gotten away. If you hadn’t run into Jonathan, with skills like yours, you probably wouldn’t even know how you died.”

Upon hearing that, Hayden quickly sat up.

“So what if you’re skilled? The Blackwood family were also—”

“Hayden!” Jonathan yelled at him loudly, stopping him from saying further.

That startled Hayden, but the latter was fast to come back to his senses.

“Um… Sirius, that’s not what I meant.”

Sirius remained silent and simply sat down on a nearby rock, lighting a cigarette.

“Mr. Goldstein…” uttered Hayden, somewhat nervous.

Jonathan shook his head and said, “It’s okay. Anyone in this Realm would have long become familiar with matters of life and death. Just give him some space and let him be.”

As Jonathan spoke, he formed a seal with both hands and opened the coffin, releasing Joshua from within.

Meanwhile, Joshua’s cheeks were rosy, his breathing was even, and his pulse felt strong, as if he were asleep.

Yet, the more stable Joshua was, the more Jonathan’s anxiety grew.

If his body was unharmed, it was likely that his spiritual sense had been destroyed.

Previously, Joshua had overexerted his blood essence to operate the Formation Crusher in order to break open the gates of the North Outer City.

Anyhow, that was not a big deal as Jonathan’s life force specialized in that.

Blood essence deficiency was the least of their concerns. Even if Joshua were to become a pile of bones, Jonathan could still save him.

However, Jonathan could not do anything if it involved an injury to Joshua’s spiritual sense.

Suddenly, he had absolutely no solution at all.

“What’s wrong with Joshua?” Hayden leaned toward Jonathan and asked curiously.

The latter furrowed his brows at Hayden’s question.

“It seems like his spiritual sense was destroyed. I’m not sure if it’s because he overused three top-grade magical items in a row. We’ve got to find a way to wake him up as soon as possible. After all, Joshua is the real deal in this small world.”

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