Eternal Cultivation of Alchemy

1221 Yu Ronron

“Yu Ming, did you get married?” Lady Xuan asked.

“When did you get married?” Tai Guan asked.

Even Huang Xinyi wanted to learn some more.

Alex was a figure that wasn’t born so very often. His talent in not just Alchemy, but also in cultivation, in general, made him one of the greatest people they had ever met. Not to mention, the amount of Dao he had learned in front of them was enough to make them want to keep him as close to them as possible.

A friendly relationship was one thing, but if they could somehow make him join them, that would elevate each of their statuses to a whole another level. Their hope of reaching that status had just been rekindled, but if he was married, it was likely that he had settled somewhere already.

If that was the case, then they were too late. Which was why they needed to confirm with him before deciding on what to do next.

“Oh, no, I’m not married,” Alex said.

Liz’s eyes narrowed. “Then… you had a daughter without getting married?” she whispered. “With who?”

“No, no. I haven’t met with any woman,” Alex said. “She’s just my daughter because… how do I explain this?”

Ronron and Graham chuckled at the side watching Alex struggle to explain exactly what was going on without going into a long-winded explanation of the situation.

“Is she adopted?” Lady Xuan asked.

“No, I’m her biological father,” Alex said.

“How old is this lady?” Tai Guan asked.

“I’m 28, senior,” Ronron quickly answered.

“28? Yu Ming, weren’t you in the Northern Continent 28 years ago?” Tai Guan asked.

“28 years ago… that was around the time he entered the Saint realm, I believe,” Lady Xuan said as she remembered the past. “Wait, when did you have the time to have a child? Were you hiding her?”

“She’s the child of my clone,” Alex explained. “Although, biologically I am the real father.”

“You have a clone?”

“What clone?”

Everyone was very confused, but Alex didn’t bother explaining at all.

“Seniors, please spend your time making the decision about the players. It’s more important to me that we see them return than anything else,” Alex said.

The elders grumbled a little and nodded before moving away to make a decision. With them away, Alex took Liz and the rest and went over to their boat before flying outside the arena.

Huang Xinyi quickly flew out of the arena.

“Yu Ming,” he quickly called out. “The Blue Spring sect is close by, why don’t we head over there for now? You can rest there while we can make our decision,” the man said.

“Oh, that would be wonderful. Thank you, senior,” Alex said and nodded toward the group.

Huang Xinyi smile and went back to the other elders to make tell them that they could go to his sect.

Both Ronron and Graham were quite confused by the various elders they had met.

“Father, why do they keep calling you Yu Ming?” she asked.

“Oh, because that’s my name,” Alex said. “Or was. It’s the name I got when I first joined the game and used it successively to hide the fact that I was a player so almost everyone in this continent and the Western Continent knows me as Yu Ming. Very few know my actual name.”

“Yeah, that’s the same with me,” Liz explained. “I go by Li Zhumei here. It’s easier to mix with society if you have a name that matched their naming conventions.”

“Ooh, should I get one too then?” Ronron asked.

“Uh… I don’t think you need one,” Alex said. “You were named after my master, so Ronron is already close enough.”

“Oh,” Ronron said. “What about my surname then?”

“Since you’re my daughter, you should take mine. Call yourself Yu Ronron,” Alex said.

“Yu Ronron,” Ronron said to herself before giving a big smile and a thumbs up. “I like it, father.”please visit panda-:)ɴᴏᴠᴇ

“Aww, my little Grandniece is so cute,” Liz said while pinching Ronron’s cheeks.

“Grandaunt, you aren’t any less pretty either,” she said. “How are you so young looking? I heard you started cultivating late in your age.”

Alex got close to Ronron and whispered into her ears, “Don’t tell anyone, but your grandaunt has a Celestial-grade body as well.”

“AHH! A celes—”

Alex covered her mouth before she could sound out the words. “I said don’t tell anyone,” he said.

Ronron nodded and Alex let go of her mouth. “Does my master know?” she asked.

“I don’t think so,” Alex said. “I didn’t tell him, so he probably doesn’t know. He thinks only I and her daughter have that body.”

“Oh right, Aunt Hannah is grandaunt’s daughter, isn’t she?” Ronron said. “I only just made the connection.”

“Right, Alex,” Liz quickly spoke. “Any news on Hannah or Rob?”

Alex shook his head. “I have yet to go to the Eastern Continent, so I can’t tell you anything about sister. As for uncle Rob, I can only say that he is not in the Southern Continent,” he said.

“Are you sure?” Liz asked as her glint of hope she had started vanishing once again.

“I’m sure,” Alex said.

“He’s not here either,” she said. “I’m worried about those two.”

“I can’t say anything about Uncle Rob, but I promise you I will find information on Sister Hannah soon,” Alex said.

“Can you?” Liz asked.

“Yes,” Alex said. “In about 3 years, I will be sending an expedition to the Eastern Continent with a few of my people. I will have them search around for sister Hannah.”

“Oh, thank you,” Liz said.

“Wait, you’re sending an expedition to the Eastern Continent? Why?” Hao Ya was curious.

“The Azure Imperium has sent us a request to transfer a few of our alchemists so we can exchange knowledge and information. The leader of the Scale legion came by himself and told me it was the Dragon Emperor’s idea,” Alex said.

“The Dragon Emperor?” Hao Ya asked with a few thoughts floating in her head. “That’s good.”

“What is?” Alex asked, wondering what she had just thought of.


“However, if I were to go along with the expedition group, I’m sure my chances would be much higher than me just randomly teleporting over there and hoping to get an audience,” Hao Ya said.

“That is true,” Alex said. “Then do you want to go on that expedition too?”

“Yes,” Hao Ya said. “Make me a guard or something. Whatever works?”

“I’ll see what we can do after all of this is over,” Alex said.

Hao Ya nodded.

The group of elders flew over and brought out a bigger ship. “Yu Ming, why don’t you all come over here so we can go together,” Huang Xinyi spoke.

“Thank you, senior,” Alex said and looked at his group. “Let’s go.”

Hao Ya and Pearl quickly flew off to the boat while Liz had to help her brother fly over.

“Can you fly on your own?” Alex asked Ronron.

“Let me try,” Ronron said and slowly flew to the boat, faltering a few times before finally landing. Alex landed next to her as well.

Then, since everyone was there, the ship took off.

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