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The Good for Nothing Seventh Miss CH 195

Author:North Night Category:Unreal Update time:2022-10-29 05:20:12


The second floor

That was where the genuinely filthy rich men would go!

Shen Yanxiao reached the second floor, and it was a complete contrast to the level below it.

There was not a single customer there, other than a middle-aged shop assistant who was responsible for the sales on that floor.

A line of dazzling, luxurious weapons was displayed in that few-hundred-square-meter area.

The line did not consist of many weapons, but each of them was placed in an individual crystal-light illuminated glass display.

The area looked like a luxurious exhibition of modern times.

Shen Yanxiao casually looked at a staff that was placed nearest to the stairs.

The dark brown staff was embedded with seven to eight low-grade magical core, and on top of it was an egg-sized sixth-grade magical core.

It came with a shocking price tag as well.

“Thirty-eight thousand…” Shen Yanxiaos mouth twitched.

The bow with a third-grade magical core that she saw previously only cost one thousand and two hundred gold coins.

It looked like that was really scrap when compared to the staff.

The staff was, indeed, a luxurious item.

Second to third-grade magical cores that could have been fused with other weapons were merely used as ornaments for that staff.

What a luxurious thing!

Shen Yanxiao was ready to bleed as she headed toward the bow section.

The shop assistant glanced at Shen Yanxiao lazily, and when he saw her plain outfit, he curled his lips in disdain.

Then he turned around and ignored her completely.

‘A penniless beggar would dare to come to our shop How shameless!

Shen Yanxiao did not notice the shop assistants contempt.

In any case, it was better to shop without anyone disturbing her anyway.

The entire second floor only had a few dozen bows, and all of them were placed in crystal displays.

Shen Yanxiao looked that the collection of bows there.

None of the magical cores used on those bows were lower than fifth-grade cores.

Even though they were arranged in the display shelves, they could still move ones heart.

Other than the quality of the craftsmanship, the magical cores in it were also equally important.

The higher the grade of the magical core, the more powerful the weapon was.

That was why the prices of magical cores remained high, and weapons embedded with high-grade magical cores were outrageously expensive.

Among all of those luxurious bows, one managed to dazzle Shen Yanxiaos eyes.

It was a golden-colored longbow, and it was crafted entirely with mercury wood, a material more precious than gold.

Not only was it more tenacious than steel, but it was also solid.

It was the best material for crafting a bow.

However, one could only find mercury wood in the Luna Continent where the elves lived.

It was absolutely impossible to locate that material in the Brilliance Continent.

It also cost an astonishing figure to transport the mercury wood from the Luna Continent, and that was why its price was always unconditionally high.

Even if the bow did not have a magical core in it, its strength would not be inferior to one with a fifth-grade magical core embedded in it.

The Mercury Bow that Shen Yanxiao fixed her eyes on did not only contain one magical core, but it had two cored embedded in it!

Both ends of the bow were embedded with an eight-grade turquoise magical core.

The green-colored core was extracted from an earth elemental magical beast.

Not only could it increase the bows power, but it could also stabilize the users mentality to guarantee the shots accuracy and speed.

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