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Once the sealed darkness was opened, it would be difficult to close.

When the ten Martial Ancestors stood at the forefront of the battlefield, facing off against the Ancient Monsters and having no time to attend to other matters, Black Ink had managed to subdue a number of reinforcements and lead the Human Race behind him to victory!

As time passed, his strength grew stronger.

He had done what he had wanted to do back then, and his name had been passed down to the entire human race.

He didn’t have many thoughts, only wanting to end this battle as soon as possible so that Mu would have time to accompany him.

For this purpose, he was willing to use any means necessary to to the Human Race who were afraid of battle by giving them a powerful force to make them fearless.

In fact, he even began to spread his power amongst the Universe Worlds so that these people could become stronger as soon as possible.

All efforts were worth it.

Mu and the other nine Martial Ancestors had killed many Ancient Monsters at the front of the battlefield and won a great victory.

The Human Race army he led also had many achievements on various battlefields.

The Ancient Monster Race’s living space was constantly being suppressed.

The Human Race was about to face its final victory.

Seeing Mu, whom he had not seen for many years, appear in front of him again, Black Ink was overjoyed, excitedly telling Mu about his efforts and achievements over the years, completely oblivious to the bitterness in Mu’s eyes.

He made a wish to Mu that after the war ended, they would never separate again.

Mu rubbed his head and agreed. Since then, no matter where she went, Mu would always bring him along.

He had lost his previous authority and was no longer allowed to enter the battlefield, but he didn’t care.

Compared to being praised by countless humans and having those people obey him obediently, what he liked most was to quietly stay by Mu’s side.

The war had finally come to an end, and the Human Race had won the final victory, becoming the masters of this world. The Ancient Monsters had been slaughtered, and although there were still Monster Race survivors, they could no longer cause any trouble.

Mu had brought him on a long journey, allowing him to witness the beauty and peace of this world. They were like real siblings, and on the long journey, Mu had taken great care of him.

Black Ink immediately felt that even if he died at that time, he would have no regrets.

In the following years, he had asked himself more than once why he had not died in that beautiful memory. If he had, his life would have been perfect.

One day, Mu said she would take him home to see the place where he was born.

Although Black Ink was somewhat unwilling to return to the place where he had been bound for countless years, since it was Mu’s request, he naturally agreed.

The two of them set out together and returned to the Primordial World.

The other nine brothers and sisters were already waiting. After Mu led him here, he could clearly feel a large-scale Spirit Array activating, sealing off the surrounding void!

Black Ink was confused.

Mu told the truth.

He had never thought that one day Mu would deceive him!

Shock, anger, grievance… all kinds of indescribable emotions overwhelmed him.

The reason Mu had brought him here was to seal him here once more. The previous long voyage had been nothing more than the last beautiful moment.

His heart felt like it was being stabbed by a knife! The reliance and trust he had once had transformed into sadness, causing Black Ink to lose all rationality in an instant.

After years of accumulating strength, Black Ink’s temperament was completely distorted…

Under his influence, all the living beings that had been contaminated by his power had become his minions.

The Human Race, which had just obtained peace for a few years, was once again engulfed by the endless flames of war…

Inside the small house, Black Ink sighed lightly as his small figure rapidly grew, transforming into a handsome young man in the blink of an eye.

He got up, walked out of the house, and looked up at the sky, his eyes lost in thought.

Such an innocent and long memory…

Mu walked out of the kitchen, wiped her hands on her apron, looked at him and smiled, “Are you leaving?”

Black Ink turned his head and stared at Mu with a complicated look before nodding lightly.

Mu said, “All these years, Sixth Sister has let you down…”

Black Ink raised his hand to interrupt her and also smiled, “Sixth Sister, you’re right.”

“Huh?” Mu tilted her head and looked at him in confusion.

Black Ink said, “Back then, I was still too young and naive, thinking that I could completely control that kind of power. Reality has proven that even I found it difficult to grasp that kind of power. If you hadn’t chosen to seal me back then, I’m afraid there wouldn’t be any human race left now!”

Mu stared blankly for a moment before suddenly understanding something, her expression changing slightly, “You mean…”

Black Ink sighed, “That kind of power is the foundation. I am just a consciousness born from it over the long years. Although you have taught me all kinds of wonderful things, living in this world isn’t always a good thing. No matter what kind of consciousness it is born with, its power will continue to grow. One day, the consciousness that is born will become its slave, allowing it to control and enslave everything! It is as if in this world, the birth of Black Ink Religion is inevitable.”

Hearing this, Mu finally understood, “Does that mean that after your power was sealed, it allowed you to regain your sense of self?”

“Exactly,” Black Ink grinned and smiled.

“So now…”

Black Ink shook his head, “It’s about to return.”

“Sixth Sister, you have fulfilled your promise, thank you!” Black Ink looked up at Mu, hia eyes slightly moist.

Back then, Mu had said that she would accompany him forever, that no matter where she went, she would always take him with her. From the results, Mu had not broken her promise and had been guarding the Heavenly Beginning Great Restriction since she was alive. Even when she died, her Shadow is still by his side.

Mu made a final effort, “If you are willing, we can continue like this.”

He shook his head slightly, “I can’t stop it, and since I was born… I also want to have the right to live!”

These words made Mu’s heart ache.

Every living being had the right to live after they were born and pursued the beauty of life, but what if the existence of this living being was a sin?

Black Ink looked towards Mu, his eyes deep and profound, as if he wanted to imprint the figure in front of him into the deepest depths of his life, never to be forgotten. He whispered softly, “Moreover, a world without Sixth Sister… there is no need to exist anymore.”

He opened his arms as if he wanted to embrace the entire world.

The wind rose and clouds surged!

A black light suddenly descended from the sky and landed on Black Ink’s body, causing his aura to rise dramatically.

Immediately after, a second, a third…

All the residents in the Dawn City looked up in shock, only to see a continuous stream of black light coming from the sky towards a certain direction in the city, where a terrifying aura was rising!

The Radiant Divine Palace was in a complete mess. All the flag masters wanted to investigate, but when they felt the terrifying pressure, they couldn’t even move their bodies.

Everyone’s eyes were filled with horror.

The strong wind caused the small house to collapse, but Mu stood in place, completely unaffected, simply because Black Ink had used a powerful force to wrap around her and protect her.

In the 2639th world, Yang Kai and Mu's Shadow had worked together to repel the attacking Black Ink Disiples and were just about to activate the Profound Gate to seal Black Ink's Source, but before he could act, the seal on the Sealed Land suddenly opened and Black Ink’s Source transformed into a black light that shot into the sky and disappeared in the blink of an eye.

“This…” Yang Kai looked at this unexpected development in surprise.

On the other hand, Mu’s Shadow's expression changed drastically as she raised her hand and pressed it against Yang Kai’s chest, urgently urging, “He’s awake, go to the Primordial World. That is the source of my strength. Find the Shadow I left there and she will tell you what to do.”

Black Ink had woken up!

Although he had already expected this, when this moment truly arrived, Yang Kai couldn’t help feeling his heart tighten!

Was he finally going to face the strongest existence in this world?

He silently calculated that Black Ink’s Source should have been suppressed by thirty to forty percent. In other words, Black Ink’s strength had also been greatly weakened, but even so, who amongst the Human Race could be Black Ink’s opponent?

If he couldn’t defeat Black Ink, all his previous efforts would have been in vain.

He didn’t have time to ask any more questions. Under the guidance of Mu’s power, his figure transformed into a stream of light and disappeared.

At this time, outside the Heavenly Beginning Great Restriction, the battle had calmed down.

Zhang Ruoxi’s sudden appearance not only brought eight Ninth Order Small Stone Race personal guards, but also hundreds of millions of Small Stone Race troops.

At the gap in the Great Restriction, the Black Ink Clan no longer dared to send reinforcements, so how could the Black Ink Clan’s army outside the Great Restriction be their opponent?

The Small Stone Race’s battle formation penetrated the battlefield one after another, first dividing the Black Ink Clan’s army and then gradually devouring it. There were also two Giant Spiritual Gods rampaging about, in just a few days, the Black Ink Clan’s army was completely wiped out.

If they had faced such a crushing situation in the past, the Black Ink Clan army might have fled.

However, this was the Heavenly Beginning Great Restriction, the source of the Black Ink Clan’s strength. Where could they flee to? Fighting to the death could weaken the enemy’s strength and reduce the pressure on the clansmen inside the Great Restriction.

With such considerations, the ultimate outcome of the Black Ink Clan here was complete annihilation.

The Human Race army, who were still in the midst of recovering, watched this scene from a distance and felt somewhat conflicted.

Originally, they were certain they would lose, but because of the Small Stone Race’s great army, they had a chance to turn things around, but the current victory is not the outcome after all.

If they wanted to win this war, they would need to engage in an even more brutal battle.


Suddenly, a strange sound rang out from the void, and before any of the Human Race masters could react, Wu Kuang’s solemn voice rang out, “Be careful, the Great Restriction is about to break!”


The sounds became more concentrated.

The rest of the Human Race army immediately began mobilizing and quickly condensed into a powerful force.

Under the gaze of countless pairs of eyes, in the endless darkness of the void, cracks appeared out of thin air and in the blink of an eye became as dense as a spider web.

At the same time, a figure rushed out from a certain area of the Great Restriction and rushed towards the Human Race army.

It was Wu Kuang, who had been guarding the Heavenly Beginning Great Restriction for thousands of years.


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Hiroki Sluope
Hiroki Sluope
Jul 08, 2023

Honestly, no one can blame Ink's actions. Despite being for safety, they indeed betrayed him

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So what, he might have kill everyone, if they didn't trap him

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