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The Good for Nothing Seventh Miss CH 503

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

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Chapter 503: Alarming Research (2)

Uncle Nine answered, “I believe you know the four mercenaries, given how they reacted when they saw you.

You should know what they had encountered when they were here, though none of that matters now.

That night, the villagers had launched a sneak attack on the mercenaries.

But please, believe me, the villagers did not act on their own free will.”

“They are just some pitiful souls; orphans that those in the Graveyard of the Sun had taken in.

They tampered with their blood and mixed them with blood from other races.”

Shen Yanxiao felt as if a bomb had gone off in her head when she heard that.

Had they blended a humans blood with blood from other races

That was beyond ones imagination.

However, Shen Yanxiao had accepted that the world she was in was vastly different than the one from her previous life.

Apart from the human race, there were other powerful races too.

The world had formidably strong dragons, proud and self-contained elves, gloomy and dreadful undead, the extremely intelligent dwarfs and mermaids that lived in the ocean.

Each race had its unique traits.

Uncle Nine said that someone had attempted to integrate those races blood with human beings.

Shen Yanxiao found that information hard to digest.

“Uncle Nine, are you serious” Shen Yanxiao was a composed person, but Uncle Nines words frightened her.

Even though she was not originally from that world, she knew about the huge differences between the various races that lived in it.

Each race had its innate weaknesses and strengths, and they were not something that one could alter.

If someone could arbitrarily fuse two different races together, it was possible that the shortcomings of one race would be compensated to create a terrifying existence.

The god race despised the dark elements, while the demon race feared the light elements.

If those two races were to be combined, not only would someone possess the strong force of light and the unmatched power of darkness, they would not be afraid of the light or the dark elements.

One would tremble in fear with just the thought of that.

Uncle Nine nodded.

“I know that it is hard to believe.

Just take a look at Old Ba and Ke, and you will understand.”

“Are you saying that Ke and Old Ba are also…” Shen Yanxiao squinted her eyes as she tried to recall how easy it had been for Old Ba when he carried both her and Vermillion Bird in his arms.

“Old Ba has dragon blood in him, so he is many times stronger than the average people.

As for Ke, they injected him with the elves blood.

So, he was faster and more agile than other people.”

“Is it the same for the other villagers” Shen Yanxiao asked.

Uncle Nine answered, “Yes, it is.”

Shen Yanxiaos eyebrows furrowed tightly.

That must have been why Vermillion Bird had been able to sense the demons aura and the dragons energy in that young man.

“Him, as well” Shen Yanxiao pointed to the handsome young man on the bed.

A glint of anxiety flashed in Uncle Nines eyes.

He stared at the sleeping youngster and forced a smile.

“Xiao Feng is different from the other villagers.”

“The villagers here are the failed results from their research and experiments.

Xiao Feng, on the other hand, is a flawless finished product.”

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