Translator – Xiao He Lian

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Chapter 79.2

At this time, Liu De took a step back and turned to look at Wen Chi: “Young Master Wen, do you remember what I told you about controlling the wind with the palm of your hand the day before yesterday?”

Wen Chi said: “I remember.”

Liu De said that most martial arts in the world were all about speed and no matter what the move was, being first would always give you a better chance.

And the palm technique1 (the technique of controlling the wind with your palms/P.S- What Shi Ye did to kill the kidnappers) was based on speed, which seemed to require internal strength, but in fact was more about training.

Liu De crossed his arms and gestured to the burning candle with his eyes: “Put it out.”

Wen Chi understood, walked over and blew on the candle.2(LOL*facepalm*)

The candle went out instantly.

The surroundings were plunged into a silent darkness.

Even Liu De was quiet.

After a while the sound of Liu De’s gnashing his teeth came to Wen Chi’s ears: “I asked you to extinguish it with the palm technique, I didn’t ask you to blow it out…”

“…” Wen Chi’s cheeks burned with embarrassment and he hurriedly said, “I’m sorry, Brother Liu De, I didn’t understand what you meant.”

Liu De sighed, took out the torch, lit the candle again then retreated to the position before, raising his chin towards Wen Chi: “Continue.”

Wen Chi asked in a low voice, “Do I have to step back?”

Liu De knew how much Wen Chi weighed, so he shook his head and said: “No need.”

Wen Chi took a deep breath and striked the candlelight in the air like he practiced during the day.

In fact, the object of his daytime practice is the leaves next to him but compared with the leaves, this candle seems to be much easier.

The wind was so strong at night that it made the candle flame jump from side to side as if it would go out at any moment – but it proved to be extremely resilient, and no matter how much the night wind blew, it did not go out.

Similarly, no matter how much Wen Chi striked at it, it never went out.

After nearly half an hour, Wen Chi was out of breath and the candle was half burned.

He wiped the sweat from his forehead, turned his head and looked at Liu De who remained silent behind him: “Brother Liu De, this is too difficult.”

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Liu De didn’t speak, he raised his hand and struck a palm in mid-air.
Wen Chi could clearly feel a gust of wind in his palm, and that gust of wind hit the candle directly.

And immediately afterwards, the candle was extinguished.

Liu De’s cold voice rang out: “Young Master Wen, you still need some time, don’t rush for quick success.”

Wen Chi was silent for a long time before saying yes softly.

After saying goodbye to Liu De, Wen Chi went upstairs in a daze and went back to his room.

The wooden barrels and wooden racks in the room were cleaned up by the maids, and even the table was replaced with new snacks.

Wen Chi walked to the table and looked at the snacks on the table but he didn’t have any appetite.

In the past, he didn’t feel much but now his ability is linked to his integrity.
He suddenly felt deeply sad for his own good-for-nothing self.

But this sadness didn’t last long and he let go of it almost immediately and even the movement of walking to the cabinet and reaching out to open the cabinet door became much smoother.

He was really trying.

It was also true that he couldn’t.

Wen Chi took out the wooden box and put it on the table and opened it curiously.

The wooden box was the same as before,  its contents untouched, and the white porcelain box was haphazardly stuffed into a mess of folded papers.

Wen Chi put the white porcelain box next to the wooden box, stared at the jade inside with wide almond eyes and flushed cheeks.

After staring at it for a while, he picked out the thinnest piece of jade…even though it was the thinnest one, it was still as thick as his index finger.

He took the jade in his hand and a cold touch immediately passed from his skin to his sensory world, but in a moment the coldness faded away again and was replaced by warmth.

The tighter he gripped, the more obvious the warmth became.

Wen Chi felt that it was extremely novel, as if he had discovered a new world.
He played with the jade for a long time before he remembered his business and his originally relaxed expression became serious all of a sudden.

He didn’t know how to use this kind of jade…

Wen Chi opened the white porcelain box and took some ointment with his fingertips.

This ointment is also ice-cold and very comfortable to the touch.

He carefully applied the ointment on one end of the jade, very carefully and evenly.
After all, it was related to his own body, so he did not dare to be careless.

Seeing that it was almost done, Wen Chi put the jade on the crumpled piece of paper.

Next is…

Wen Chi thought that his skin was thick enough but when he thought of those indescribable things in his mind, his whole face still burned uncontrollably.

He felt hot, even his breath was hot.

It was inevitable that he would be a little nervous the first time he did something like this, so much so that his hands were trembling slightly as he took off his trousers, and he failed to grasp the bottom of the pants several times.

Fortunately, the night was long and Wen Chi had nothing else but time, so he took off his pants and put on the ointment with great difficulty.

Just as he was positioning the jade to send it in, he suddenly caught a glimpse of a figure from the corner of his eye.

The size of this room is small but it is also divided into an inner room and an outer room.
Furniture such as beds and dressing tables are placed in the inner room, furniture such as tables and chairs are placed in the outer room.
There is a white veil hanging on the arch in the middle, which serves as a shield without completely blocking the light.

The veil was wrapped around the door because it was too much trouble for Wen Chi to move it aside as he often walked through it.

But at this moment, someone had put the veil down again.
Previously he didn’t notice it but now that he looked over, he saw a person sitting beside his bed.

Look at that man’s figure…

It was clearly Shi Ye.

Why is Shi Ye here?

When did Shi Ye come?

Wen Chi was stunned for a moment and when he realized that Shi Ye was in the room, he didn’t know whether he was shocked or scared, the blood on his face instantly disappeared.

It was as if a thunderbolt struck down the top of his head, causing his hand that was delivering the jade to shake violently and accidentally poked the sore spot, causing him to scream out in pain.

At the same time, Shi Ye, who was sitting by the bed, stood up and walked towards him.

T/N – translator is currently dying from second hand embarassement.

1 (the technique of controlling the wind with your palms/P.S- What Shi Ye did to kill the kidnappers)2(LOL*facepalm*)

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