After Maxing Out All Classes
After Maxing out all Classes Chapter 962

Chapter 962: Are the Righteous Factions Really This Miserable?

Robb chuckled, “So now you’re lecturing me? Fine, I’m a reasonable person. If someone makes a valid point, I’m happy to accept it.”

He turned to the female rabbit-people behind him and smiled, “I’m letting you go now. Anyone who wants to leave can go.”

The group of female rabbit-people burst into laughter, “Why would we leave? Being hostages here isn’t so bad; it’s not like we’re in any danger.”

“Yeah, Mr. Robb is quite reasonable. He even gave us snacks.”

“Being a hostage like this is actually quite nice, saves us from being ordered around by my dad to fight and kill.”

“I also want to hear what story this bald monk has to tell.”

The female rabbit-people unanimously declared that being hostages had a bright future, and they had no intention of leaving.

The righteous faction: “…”

Well, this is awkward. The monk couldn’t help but rub his bald head, unsure of what to say next.

Shisu, standing beside them, sighed, “Mr. Monk, Although Mr. Robb is a bit unconventional, he’s not bad to them. He doesn’t treat them like hostages. They all know they’re not in any real danger, and he won’t actually kill them. So, you don’t have to worry about them.”

The monk recognized Shisu, “Ah, you’re the Sword of Waves of the Qiantang Sect. You’re also a member of the righteous faction. How did you end up among these evil women? I remember you also have a piece of Xuanyuan Black Iron ore, right? Rumor has it that Mr. Robb has refined your ore into an ingot. May we see it?”

Shisu nodded and opened a small bag she was carrying. She took out a dazzling Xuanyuan Black Iron ingot, or rather, a Meteoric Iron ingot. Its beautiful color instantly lifted everyone’s spirits.

“Indeed, he really did refine it!”

“The rumors were true.”

With this, the righteous faction had no more doubts. Everyone returned to the grand mansion of the Qiantang Sect and sat around the monk and Robb, listening to the old monk begin his story.

The old monk said, “Actually, we, the righteous factions, are not collecting Xuanyuan Black Iron to forge a weapon to make ourselves stronger and unify the martial world. We aim to eliminate a great calamity.”

Robb: “Oh, you’re also going to kill the Black Dragon?”

The monk’s face turned slightly red, “No, no, you guessed wrong. What we want to kill is not the Black Dragon. That creature is too powerful for us. We aim to deal with something else, something that also concerns the lives of all people.”

“Oh?” Robb said, “Do tell.”

“Mr. Robb, you should know that eight years ago, the Black Dragon attacked the Leifeng Pagoda, toppling it and releasing countless demons and ghosts that were suppressed underneath it.”

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Robb nodded, “I’ve heard about the collapse of Leifeng Pagoda, just heard, never witnessed it. However, I have seen the dilapidated tower hidden amidst the scenic lakes and mountains…”

The crowd was puzzled, unsure of what he was reciting.

Robb cleared his throat, “Never mind me, please continue.”

The monk said, “One of the demons released from the Leifeng Pagoda was Chi You.”

Upon hearing this, Robb didn’t react much, but the female rabbit-people behind him exclaimed almost simultaneously, “What? Chi You?”

“Yes, Chi You!” the monk solemnly confirmed. “The ancient demon, Chi You!”

The women were surprised, “Wasn’t Chi You killed by the Yellow Emperor?”

The monk shook his head, “People have long believed that Chi You was killed by the Yellow Emperor and cursed us to become rabbit-headed before dying. However, that’s not true. He was sealed under Leifeng Pagoda by the Yellow Emperor. The curse remains effective because he never died…”

Everyone: “…”

The monk continued, “When Leifeng Pagoda fell, Chi You was released and has since been hiding in some remote mountains. Our Shaolin Temple knows his location. Once we forge the Xuanyuan Sword, we can find and kill him, lifting the curse on all of us and restoring our original, more attractive heads. That’s why we’re desperately searching for Xuanyuan Black Iron.”

Everyone: “…”

Shisu said, “Well, I was born with a rabbit head and have gotten used to it when I look in the mirror. I don’t mind if it never changes.”

“Exactly!” added the female leader of the Blood Hand Sect and the daughter of the Flying Eagle Sect leader. “We’re also used to it and don’t mind staying this way.”

The monk looked pitiful, “You may be used to it, but have you considered how we monks feel?”

He touched his bald head and said sorrowfully, “Look at my bald head…”

Robb stared at his head for a moment and suddenly burst into laughter, “Hahaha! A bald rabbit looks so weird! A hairless rabbit is so strange, hahaha!”

Everyone: “…”

The women, accustomed to seeing rabbit-headed monks, had never thought about it this way. But hearing Robb’s laughter, they suddenly realized that while long-haired and short-haired rabbits each had their own charm, a hairless rabbit did look very strange. No wonder the monk always seemed a bit odd.

The women burst into laughter.

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The monk, surprisingly good-natured, didn’t take offense at being laughed at. He simply sighed, “Do you understand now, Mr. Robb? Others might get used to being rabbit-headed, but for us monks, it’s a real hardship. Look at this hairless rabbit head; doesn’t it make you uncomfortable? That’s why our Shaolin Temple is determined to kill Chi You, and nothing will shake that resolve.”

Robb covered his face with his hand, “Your reasoning is so compelling, I don’t even know how to respond.”

At this point, a Taoist priest from the Wudang Sect stepped forward, “We… we in the Wudang Sect share the same sentiment. You know, Taoist priests are supposed to tie their hair into a topknot. Look at how I’ve tied up my rabbit fur; it looks like I have three ears.”

Everyone looked up and sure enough, the Taoist priest had styled his fur into a topknot that stood tall between his two long ears, forming a bizarre trident shape.

Robb burst into laughter again, “Hahaha! I can’t take it anymore; my stomach hurts from laughing.”

The Wudang Taoist looked aggrieved, “That’s why we in Wudang are also committed to killing Chi You and restoring our human heads.”

“Me too!” exclaimed a knight from the Beggars’ Sect, “Our sect members can’t bathe often; we have to stay dirty. But if you don’t wash this rabbit fur regularly, it clumps together miserably. Look at me now; it’s so disgusting that even I can’t stand it.”

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