After Maxing Out All Classes
After Maxing out all Classes Chapter 939

Chapter 939: A seal spirit actually said these things

Robb raised his head and chuckled, “Blaming me for destroying your artifact? Why don’t you blame yourself for recklessly provoking others?”

The Elder Guardian fumed, “You entered our Eighteen Divinations’ territory and didn’t pay protection fees, yet you dare say we provoked you? Clearly, you didn’t follow the rules first.”

Robb chuckled, “I’ve paid my taxes to the Eastern Rabbit Kingdom, so I’m following the rules. But I can’t be bothered with your rule of establishing a territory to collect protection fees.”

The Elder Guardian was furious. “Enough talk! Prepare to meet your doom.”

He took out a wooden fish from his pocket, only the size of his palm, and threw it into the water. The fish instantly grew into a giant whale, breaking the water surface and charging at Robb. Simultaneously, the Elder Guardian floated over the water’s surface, drawing a longsword and thrusting it towards Robb’s face.

Eastern swordsmanship was known for its agility and versatility, with countless follow-up attacks that left onlookers dazzled. This attack was the Elder Guardian ‘s ace in the hole. Normally, if someone could withstand the artifact, they wouldn’t be able to defend against the swordsmanship from his main body. Conversely, to evade his swordsmanship, they would often be powerless against the artifact attacking from underwater.

Many experts had fallen victim to this move.

However, Robb wasn’t falling for it. He clasped his palms together in the middle, using the ninja skill “White Blade”…

The Elder Guardian was quite confident in his swordsmanship. When he saw his opponent attempting to catch his sword with a pair of seal paws, he couldn’t help but sneer. “How inflexible can your seal paws be? You dare to catch my sword with them? Let me slightly change my technique.” He swung his sword in a brilliant display, creating a dazzling array of sword flowers that made it impossible for anyone to see clearly. He wondered how those clumsy seal paws could catch his sword.

As he was thinking this, he heard a “snap.” The fleshy seal paws accurately caught the Elder Guardian ‘s longsword, holding it securely.

The Elder Guardian tried to pull it back, but it wouldn’t budge, and he looked shocked.

At the same time, the fish artifact in the water arrived, opening its enormous mouth to bite Robb.

However, Robb’s seal tail snapped at the fish’s mouth, and the fish was sent flying backward, creating a splash as it flew a great distance before splashing back into the water, returning to its original size of a small wooden fish about the size of a palm.

The Elder Guardian : “…”

The hall master, along with the other bewildered subordinates, were left speechless.

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The Elder Guardian was also frightened. He wanted to run, but when he tried to pull his longsword backward, it wouldn’t budge. It was securely held by the two seal paws. He quickly released his grip and beckoned to the distant wooden fish. The fish enlarged once again, swiftly swimming to his side, transforming into a large fish. The Elder Guardian balanced on the fish’s back, and it turned around to flee. However, they had just started and hadn’t accelerated yet when Robb gave them a hearty slap on the back.

The Elder Guardian activated his protective qi, intending to withstand the blow. Unfortunately, the force from the slap was so overwhelming that his protective qi couldn’t resist it. He felt his protective qi shatter instantly, and then a heavy blow struck his back. He let out a miserable cry, lunged forward, and crashed onto the water’s surface. Splashes of water soared into the air before he floated back up, motionless on the water’s surface.

Robb dived into the water with a swift motion. One second later, the hall master, who had been frantically swimming ahead to escape, was also lifted up by Robb and thrown beside the Elder Guardian .

The two troublemakers floated on the water, gazing at the seal in front of them and feeling a mountain of pressure.

Robb chuckled, “Don’t be afraid, I don’t kill people, let alone eat them. Most of the bad guys who offended me have been spared from the death penalty. I just make them work hard for their redemption. You’ll be no different, so don’t worry.”

The death penalty was a terrible measure, the saddest and most desperate choice made by humanity when they believed there was no hope for a person’s moral character and had to resort to taking their life to prevent further wrongdoing.

Robb would only use it as a last resort.

He patted the heads of the two men and said with a smile, “Stop looking so gloomy. Come on, tell me where I can find Xuanyuan Black Iron, and I’ll let you go.”

The hall master and the Elder Guardian shivered with fear. They dared not remain silent, and after exchanging glances, the Elder Guardian sighed, “I’ve been single-mindedly focused on my cultivation and haven’t paid much attention to the affairs of the martial world.”

The hall master added, “I do know some clues, but will you really let us go?”

Robb smiled, “I really will. Don’t worry!”

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The hall master then said, “Alright, we, the Eighteen Divinations, did indeed receive some information regarding Xuanyuan Black Iron recently. It’s said that there’s a piece of Xuanyuan Black Iron, as big as a human head, in the possession of a gang in East Hangzhou called the Qiantang Sect. They are the most powerful sect in East Hangzhou, with numerous skilled members. After obtaining the Xuanyuan Black Iron, all the martial experts in their gang returned to the headquarters from all over the kingdom and guarded the iron tightly. Anyone attempting to steal their Xuanyuan Black Iron would undoubtedly face a deadly battle against the top experts of the Qiantang Sect. Less powerful gangs dare not attempt such a heist. After careful consideration, we, the Eighteen Divinations, have decided to abandon the pursuit of this Xuanyuan Black Iron. It’s just not worth the risk.”

Robb replied, “Wow! You’re quite clever, giving me information about a formidable sect so I can go after the Xuanyuan Black Iron and potentially get killed, right?”

The hall master said, “Of course not! You asked me about the Xuanyuan Black Iron, and this is the only lead I have. I certainly didn’t mean to manipulate the situation.”

Robb chuckled, “Alright, I don’t really care about your intentions. I’ll go take a look anyway. Maybe you can send some people to follow along, just to check if there’s any possibility of using the situation to your advantage or if there’s a chance for unexpected gains.”

The hall master and the Elder Guardian kept saying they wouldn’t dare, but secretly, they couldn’t help but think, “We could actually follow along and see if there’s a chance to pick up some leftovers.”

Robb smiled, “Alright, you can go now. I won’t give you a hard time. Just one piece of advice – being bad guys collecting protection fees isn’t a sustainable plan. You should focus more on dealing with the ghost pirates. Do your work properly and be good people; otherwise, even if I spare you, there will be other righteous heroes coming after you. Justice may be slow, but it never fails to arrive. Villains will eventually meet their just fate.”

With that, he dove into the water and swiftly swam to a distant location.

The hall master and the Elder Guardian exchanged glances and couldn’t help but laugh and sigh, “A seal spirit actually said these things.”

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