Xu Xiaoshou was completely stunned by this genius idea of his that he’d come up with. He calmed himself down and recalled everything about Sword Technique Expertise.
His Sword Will was derived from this trait, and he thought he might still be able to get something out of Sword Technique Expertise at the moment.
“It’s really quite a pity. If only I could level it up more, even just one level further, I bet I’d be able to solve the problem right away.”
Sword Technique Expertise brought massive amounts of knowledge every level-up, and every time he reached that stage, he seemed to find the answers he sought for the problems he was facing.
He couldn’t absorb that much knowledge from it, but it was still enough, nonetheless.
It was a pity that the Level Two Skill Point column was still grayed out and thus unavailable for purchase, which meant there was no way for him to take advantage of it.
He didn’t give up. While he was unable to find the solution despite spending hours working on it, he nonetheless gained some knowledge that he’d lacked before and found points that contradicted his previous ideas.
“Perhaps going at it from the inside-out will carve out a new path.
“Let’s get to it.”
He leapt into the Black Waterfalls again, but he didn’t rush to spread his Sword Will. Instead, he calmed himself and then went on to fully experience the white sword aura that started cutting into him.
The thin, tightly packed sword aura hit him, and one seemed to tilt awkwardly to one side.
There was then a second slash, and a third…
The tightly packed sword aura came down from above Xu Xiaoshou, yet they crisscrossed each other and shot to the sides, unable to even scratch him at all.
He kept his eyes closed the whole time, but found it difficult to suppress his glee.
“That’s Sword Will!” he thought happily.
He’d only put a basic understanding of Blade-draw Technique to work, and the sword aura around him had already failed to deal him any damage.
“I knew it…”
“That masked guy was right. No one would dare to use a sword on the one who has truly mastered Sword Will.”
“That’s because ‘your sword would become my sword.’”
He suppressed his glee all the same. Having learned the true might of such will, he realized that “will” might just actually be more powerful than “form” from fixed movements.
He then attempted to make use of his will, spreading it from within to the surface of his body.
The minute distance between muscle and skin seemed to be an almost insurmountable chasm.
He sighed. He’d asked for too much.
He swept the white sword aura away, not allowing the attacks to interfere with him, and continued learning.
The heavy power of the fall’s water assaulted him yet again, but because he’d freed himself from the sword aura’s interference, he was able to quickly enter a trance-like state.
It seemed like an instant, yet that in
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