Liu De said solemnly: “Young Master Wen, we should keep our distance at night, so as not to be misunderstood by others.”

Wen Chi: “…”

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Ever since he stopped covering up the red mole between his eyebrows, Liu De and Liu Shan have become weird, wishing to keep a distance of 180,000 miles from him.

Since Liu De didn’t let him approach, he could only stand where he was and rather awkwardly stated his purpose: “Liu De, I have been practicing my basic skills for so long as you instructed me to, and I would like to know how the results are.”

Liu De said: “Young Master Wen, I have already said that learning martial arts is not something that can be accomplished overnight.”

“Although that’s what you said…” Wen Chi paused before continuing, “But I still want to know how much I have improved in the past ten days, so that I can have an idea in my mind.”

In Liu De’s mind, martial arts practice is a process that accumulates over time and the mentality of rushing for quick success can destroy a person’s spirit.
He didn’t quite agree with Wen Chi’s idea of wanting to achieve something so quickly, but he couldn’t refuse any longer as Wen Chi insisted on it.

Liu De hesitated for a while and asked Wen Chi to wait there.
He turned and entered the room and closed the door behind him.

When Liu De came out of the room again, he held a candlestick in his hand and the flame was dancing on the white candle.

Liu De approached Wen Chi casually, walked past him and said at the same time, “Follow me.”

Hearing this, Wen Chi hurriedly followed.

They arrived at the clearing where they had trained during the day, which was shrouded by a hazy night, with only faint moonlight pouring down, allowing Wen Chi to barely see the blurred path beneath his feet.

The light in front of him was dim and it was a little difficult for Wen Chi to walk.

He looked up at Liu De who was walking in front and saw that Liu De walked steadily, not affected by the surrounding light at all, as if he could clearly see every plant and tree nearby.

Although Wen Chi is a salted fish, he is still very envious of people with strong martial arts.

After walking for a while, Liu De stopped in front of the stone table and gently placed the candlestick in his hand on the stone table.

Wen Chi stepped up to Liu De’s side and couldn’t help sighing: “Brother Liu De, you are so amazing, you can still see the road at night.”

Liu De said without changing his expression: “With candles lighting the way, I can naturally see it.”

Wen Chi: “…”

After Liu De’s reminder, he realized that without Liu De’s tall figure blocking the light, the faint candlelight spread around with the candlestick as the center, illuminating a small circle.

Embarrassed by the misrepresentation, Wen Chi chose to remain silent.


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