In the blink of an eye, full two years had passed.

“No wonder they say cultivation knows no time,” Chu Yunfan said to himself in a hoarse voice.

In fact, if it wasn’t for the sudden stoppage of the Life Essence Solution, he would have continued to absorb and breakthrough.

Over these two years, the first was basically a period of dead silence.
It was the darkest moment before the Resurrection.

In the first half of the second year, he slowly recovered.
After a year and a half, Chu Yunfan returned to his original peak.
The second half of the second year was spent cultivating and breaking through while comprehending the Dao.

This time, his comprehension of the Dao wasn’t like breakthroughs in cultivation.
It wasn’t targeted, but a complete comprehension of the Dao.
The content of his enlightenment mainly came from the Alchemy Emperor’s memories, many of which were related to the path of alchemy and enlightenment.

Although he had the Alchemy Emperor’s memories before, there had been too many, and could only use some when he needed to.

The Alchemy Emperor’s memories were vast, especially on the various comprehensions of the Great Dao.
It wasn’t something that ordinary people could imagine.

If Chu Yunfan were to digest all of them in one go, he would probably be instantly struck dumb.
To him, the Alchemy Emperor’s memories were like information.
He would only call upon specific memories as and when he needed them.

But this time was different.
He had converted a portion of the Alchemy Emperor’s memories into his own insights.
He had laid a solid foundation for his future.

After all, this was the Alchemy Emperor’s memories.
Many of them were not his current knowledge.
Instead, it was like he was looking down at himself from a very high angle.

This was the so-called “standing on the shoulders of giants.” Through the Alchemy Emperor’s memories, Chu Yunfan could easily plan out a smooth path for himself.
There would not be any after-effects.

The progress he had made over these two years was slow, but to his cultivation career, it was incomparably important.

And he had not wasted these two years.
After the Resurrection process, not only did his cultivation recover to its peak, he even advanced one step further and stepped into the fourth level of the Innate Stage.
His combat strength was now enough to easily defeat a peak seventh-level Innate.

And this was not all.
After Ressurection, Chu Yunfan felt as if he had undergone a transformation.
The barrier he faced had disappeared without a trace.

He had wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to break through to the fifth level of the Innate Stage.
Unfortunately, just as he was about to do so, the Life Essence Solution had run dry.

He felt it a little strange.
Although the Life Essence Solution was very expensive, with Jeang Yuanbin’s status, he should have been able to provide a steady supply.

Over the past two years, the supply of the solution had been constant.
Chu Yunfan has consumed at least ten billion worth of it so far.
Because the solution was really expensive, it was not mass-produced.
Mass production would be useless as there was simply no great demand for it.

Why did it suddenly stop?

Chu Yunfan felt it odd.
He used his authority to activate the training hall.
His authority over this place was second only to Jeang Yuanbin.

After activating the hall’s systems, Chu Yunfan found out that Jeang Yuanbin had not returned for a few months now.
The last time he came back to top up the solution for Chu Yunfan was half a year ago.
The solution had finally run out after six months.

Jeang Yuanbin did not let anyone else handle this task as everyone thought that Chu Yunfan was already dead.
If people found out that he was still alive, the consequences would be unimaginable.

There was no telling what the Jiangs would do in their fury.

And even if it was not convenient for the Jiangs to make a move personally, as long as they were willing to pay a certain price, there would definitely be a large number of organizations willing to take action.

Assassin organizations like The Green Cloths and Dark Blood Pool were capable of assassinating the president.
They would certainly be able to infiltrate this training hall.

‘Could he have been delayed by something?’ Chu Yunfan mused.

He had wanted to continue his secluded cultivation.
He was only one step away from the fifth level of the Innate Stage.
If he could find a place to enter seclusion, he would be able to break through easily.

Chu Yunfan got down to clearing out the inbox in his terminal.
Most of the messages were from his parents and sister.
Although he had told them that he would be in seclusion for a very long time and that he wouldn’t be able to reply to their messages, they still sent a message every once in a while to report on their current situation.

In the blink of an eye, two years had passed.
His parents had settled down within the Chu estate, and his sister had entered her third year of high school.
She was about to enter university.

After receiving her elder brother’s guidance, Chu Qingxuan came to display astonishing talent in cultivation.
She had just entered her third year of high school, and she was already in the Acquired Stage.
This shocked the whole Chu family, and now, the Chus were grooming her as a key seedling.
She was preparing to compete for the top scorer position in this year’s college entrance exam.

Chu Qingxuan had sent Chu Yunfan reports of her improvements.
He could clearly see how much progress she had made in the past two years.
He felt extremely gratified.

Chu Qingxuan’s current situation was much better than Chu Yunfan’s back then.
Everything was going according to plan.
She didn’t have to struggle like him—leaving behind him a trail of bloody marks as he clawed his way to the top.

Carving out that bloody path had been an arduous task.
This was one of the reasons why he had been so desperate back then.

However, after going through all his mail, he went on the Internet and was shocked to discover that in just two short years, the Federation had undergone earth-shaking changes.

The Federation had experienced more changes in the past two years compared to the past few decades, or even centuries.

One of the biggest incidents was the disappearance of the president which happened a year ago.

When that happened, the Federation was shocked.
The current president had been in power for more than twenty years, and the citizens were used to his existence and being under his leadership.
Under him, they had cut through numerous obstacles and strove forward.

When the president disappeared, the Federation was in an uproar.
The president, who was like a god that could calm the raging seas, had suddenly vanished.
Even though the government was doing its best to maintain order to prevent the citizens from going into chaos, the entire upper class of the Federation was already a mess.

With the president around, many people would not dare act recklessly.
Now that there was no one to restrain them, they began to stir up trouble.

And because it had not been very long since the president had disappeared, they were unable to confirm that he was dead.
Otherwise, it would be even more chaotic.

But regardless, an era of true chaos had begun.

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