On the second floor of the Spiritual Library Division.
The place was different from the first floor, given that there were no shelves. There weren’t even ancient texts or jade scrolls. The only things around were white halos spaced far apart from each other.
Every single halo represented an Innate-level spiritual technique, and there were nearly one hundred of them to be found on the floor.
Mu Zixi, with a rather bored look on her face, played with her pigtails as she walked past one of the halos.
Unlike the others, she had set her sights on something and managed to find what she was looking for right away.
It wasn’t every day that they got to enter the library, so she didn’t want to just register her stuff and head out so quickly. Everyone was still inside. It would’ve been boring for her to stay outside all on her own, so she’d stayed inside the library.
She scanned her surroundings as she aimlessly walked around.
The halos were rather mystical. They would light up immediately once someone entered them, preventing another from getting inside.
Mu Zixi walked around and found something wasn’t right. She counted the halos that were lit up.
“Why are there only eight halos lit up when there are eleven of us here?” she thought.
“Where are the other three?
“We aren’t allowed to enter the third floor, so are there still people on the first floor, then?”
She frowned, finding this turn of events amusing, and ran all the way downstairs.
Swoop, swoop, swoop.
Swoop, swoop, swoop.
Rhythmic and minute shaking sounds were heard. Mu Zixi sneaked up on the source of the sounds.
“Zhou Tianshen?” she thought.
“What is he doing?”
Mu Zixi was puzzled.
She saw the stout kid pick up a book and shake it before returning it to its place and reaching for another one.
That wasn’t all. Mu Zixi looked on, finding it scary when he suddenly stopped at a corner and pounced on a dusty box, his eyes lighting up as if he’d found some kind of treasure.
He then got up there, pushed the box away, and started fiddling with the dust.
He seemed to be having a good time.
Mu Zixi was completely baffled, and was feeling a little puzzled at this sight. Who would’ve thought the stout guy would actually enjoy games that were so childish?
But this was the Spiritual Library Division. He was here to play games instead of selecting spiritual techniques?
“What are you doing?” she yelled at him, arms akimbo.
The stout guy, who was busy moving the boxes, was startled, but he breathed a sigh of relief when he saw that it was only Mu Zixi.
“Gosh, you scared me to death. I thought the caretakers were here…”
“Hmph, so you’re telling me that you can just fool around as long as the caretakers aren’t here?”
Zhou Tianshen was stunned when he heard this. Then, wiping the sweat from his brow, he said, “
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