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  • edited May 2017
    zyar12 said:
    Jirachier said:
    Jirachier said:
    I read in a different thread that Ji Ning will breakthrough to eternal emperor in volume 38 but i just finished it and he failed his daomerge, am i wrong ?
    i think he does the daomerge a second time since he failed the first time....
    but when does it happen ? I'm reading volume 39 and it sounds like he might just skip eternal emperor level and immediately breakthrough to sovereign.
    Nope, I think he stays at peak Daolord for a couple more volumes. It's something like Vol 42 or 43 before he manages to perfect the truesoul technique that allows him to retry the Daomerge.
    He breakthroughs in volume 43, keep in mind that until he fights the last enemies he is basically invincible: he may be a daolord of daomerge failure but he is stronger than any ruler class EE. Also in volume 43 aside from the breakthrough he powers up as hell, he basically master/understands and improves azureflower method by creating a whole new cultivation path. In volume 42 his true body dies and only the primaltwin ki refiner lives but with this new cultivation method he becomes stronger than ever, basically he gains a stronger divine body and more immortal energy, also divine power and immortal energy are fused in yuan/elemental energy or something like that. Since his failed daomerge he also starts infusing other daos in his eternal ultimate sword dao and in volume 43 this other daos are at the same level as a ruler (for example he fused ruler level space-time dao in his eternal ultimate sword dao).
  • I know about Ning's ultimate sword dao and the claw supreme's ultimate claw dao but wat other ultimate daos were introduced in the story?

    And are there any experts in the story who focuses on taiji?
  • I know about Ning's ultimate sword dao and the claw supreme's ultimate claw dao but wat other ultimate daos were introduced in the story?

    And are there any experts in the story who focuses on taiji?
    The supreme guy with claw dao is not an ultimate, but the final boss is an ultimate i just forgot what ultimate dao he use though.
  • I know about Ning's ultimate sword dao and the claw supreme's ultimate claw dao but wat other ultimate daos were introduced in the story?

    And are there any experts in the story who focuses on taiji?
    The supreme guy with claw dao is not an ultimate, but the final boss is an ultimate i just forgot what ultimate dao he use though.
    The last boss is a ultimate supreme sovereign from sith universe, he is the disciple of sith universe controller. You have to know that when supreme sovereigns cross between universes they drop in power because their daos come from their original universe prime essences. For example common supreme sovereign drop to a level which is a bit stronger than ruler class EE, the last boss, being a ultimate, drops to common supreme sovereign level, the sith supreme sovereigns get help from beings who are born the space between the universes, the actual sith universe controller can't cross universes. Now the final battle would seem fair, but the truth is that sith people have access to OP weapons/constructs made by sith UC (basically they have a deathstar like construct that can squash supreme sovereigns like ants). Anyways Yiye Er(the ultimate supreme sovereign disciple of sith UC) is the last boss and his dao should be some kind of taiji, he is very strong even with the drop in power received after crossing universes.
  • How can become a universe controller?
    Who are the sith enemies?

  • hugh said:
    How can become a universe controller?
    Who are the sith enemies?

    @123karpuzkafa123 ; You can become slightly powerful than the other masters depending on your dao, according to the sith master ji ning is one of the "tricky" to deal with but not the most powerful. There can only be one master of universe and there are requirements to it like mastering destruction dao or something, and of course that universe must be leaderless (like ji ning's universe).

    I think it's impossible to fuse all the pieces, first of all you have to kill that particular universe master which you need to go to his/her universe, going to another universe will suppress the attacker, even if you are a master of another universe but going to another universe you can only use like 50% of your power while the master of that universe (defender) can use 100% of his/her power plus with the blessing of his/her universe, so going to another universe and kill it's master is just suicide. :)
    Read the one with bold letters.

  • edited May 2017
    hugh said:
    How can become a universe controller?
    Who are the sith enemies?

    @123karpuzkafa123 ; You can become slightly powerful than the other masters depending on your dao, according to the sith master ji ning is one of the "tricky" to deal with but not the most powerful. There can only be one master of universe and there are requirements to it like mastering destruction dao or something, and of course that universe must be leaderless (like ji ning's universe).

    I think it's impossible to fuse all the pieces, first of all you have to kill that particular universe master which you need to go to his/her universe, going to another universe will suppress the attacker, even if you are a master of another universe but going to another universe you can only use like 50% of your power while the master of that universe (defender) can use 100% of his/her power plus with the blessing of his/her universe, so going to another universe and kill it's master is just suicide.
    Read the one with bold letters.

    Well it is not like that actually. To become UC in desolate era there is only one way, be a ultimate supreme sovereign and bind the universe core. The thing about destruction dao is required by Ji Ning breakthrough to ultimate supreme sovereign.
    The sith enemies are from a different universe. In DE there are 9 universes, sith clan comes from the only universe which already has a UC, the sith universe. The things you need to know about this guys are: 1. they can't use their full power because their daos come from their universe core and while in ji ning universe they can't draw power from their universe core; 2. they make up for this weakness with extremely OP constructs made by the sith universe UC (they even have a deathstar kind of thing which they use against the supreme sovereigns of Ji Ning's universe); 3. their leader is Yeye Er, a ultimate supreme sovereign and disciple of sith UC.
  • edited May 2017
    i dont think he meant specifically destruction dao, but used it as an example for the difficulty level that is needed to be cleared.

    who can say you cant be a UC with flower gardening dao 
  • What happens after when ji ning dao lord of daomerge defeat. Is he able to regain his true powar
  • tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
  • tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
  • tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
    Well actually to complete the technique JN died, he had to experience the full dispersion of his true soul to understand how to undo it. In the moment he died he understood how to make the technique successful, then he died and 5 sec later he kinda came back to life. All the lamps which contained his soul fire unlit in the moment he died (like the ones he gave to supreme sovereigns, the one he gave Nuwa and the one in Subhuti's world), everyone started grieving because they think he died, then 5 sec later all the lamps lit up again, and everyone was like WTF?
  • tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
    Well actually to complete the technique JN died, he had to experience the full dispersion of his true soul to understand how to undo it. In the moment he died he understood how to make the technique successful, then he died and 5 sec later he kinda came back to life. All the lamps which contained his soul fire unlit in the moment he died (like the ones he gave to supreme sovereigns, the one he gave Nuwa and the one in Subhuti's world), everyone started grieving because they think he died, then 5 sec later all the lamps lit up again, and everyone was like WTF?

    Thanks, 

    What volume or chapter is does he do this
  • tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
    Well actually to complete the technique JN died, he had to experience the full dispersion of his true soul to understand how to undo it. In the moment he died he understood how to make the technique successful, then he died and 5 sec later he kinda came back to life. All the lamps which contained his soul fire unlit in the moment he died (like the ones he gave to supreme sovereigns, the one he gave Nuwa and the one in Subhuti's world), everyone started grieving because they think he died, then 5 sec later all the lamps lit up again, and everyone was like WTF?

    Thanks, 

    What volume or chapter is does he do this
    Volme 43
  • Not sure if this happened or not while i was reading through mtl...did ning get the golden top grade eternal armor from brightshore kingdom, for being strong enough to reach daolord 4th step power?
  • tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
    Well actually to complete the technique JN died, he had to experience the full dispersion of his true soul to understand how to undo it. In the moment he died he understood how to make the technique successful, then he died and 5 sec later he kinda came back to life. All the lamps which contained his soul fire unlit in the moment he died (like the ones he gave to supreme sovereigns, the one he gave Nuwa and the one in Subhuti's world), everyone started grieving because they think he died, then 5 sec later all the lamps lit up again, and everyone was like WTF?

    Thanks, 

    What volume or chapter is does he do this
    Volme 43
    Thankx
  • tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    Thanks! BTW what exactly happens with a "Daomerge"? If successful do they automatically become Eternal Emperors? or just a step higher for Dao Lords (like 1st-2nd step etc.), likewise if they fail do they automatically die as well?
    Dao lords are divided in 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th step, each time they breakthrough they have to gain a deeper level of understanding of their daos. Once a 4th step dao lord has reached a certain level of understanding ( basically the peak of power for a dao lord ) he can try to daomerge, if they succeed they automatically become eternal emperors, if they fail their true souls begins to dissipate, the more they use their power ( for fighting and other stuff ) the more the process accelerates and in the end they die.

    Then How does ji ning recover from this state
    He managed to find a technique from a sith slave guy that he freed, ji ning then studied it and combined some of his master's (the dead supreme sovereign) technique and successfully done it with only several thousand years remaining to ji ning's life. Basically that technique that he made somekind reverses the dao fusion process and give ji ning another chance to breakthrough again
    Well actually to complete the technique JN died, he had to experience the full dispersion of his true soul to understand how to undo it. In the moment he died he understood how to make the technique successful, then he died and 5 sec later he kinda came back to life. All the lamps which contained his soul fire unlit in the moment he died (like the ones he gave to supreme sovereigns, the one he gave Nuwa and the one in Subhuti's world), everyone started grieving because they think he died, then 5 sec later all the lamps lit up again, and everyone was like WTF?

    Thanks, 

    What volume or chapter is does he do this
    Volme 43
    Thankx
  • Prady said:
    Not sure if this happened or not while i was reading through mtl...did ning get the golden top grade eternal armor from brightshore kingdom, for being strong enough to reach daolord 4th step power?
    i don't remember but he definitely gets a good armor from the dead ruler class EE in the archaeus region.
  • tombec94 said:
    Prady said:
    Not sure if this happened or not while i was reading through mtl...did ning get the golden top grade eternal armor from brightshore kingdom, for being strong enough to reach daolord 4th step power?
    i don't remember but he definitely gets a good armor from the dead ruler class EE in the archaeus region.
    He didn't need it after the archaeus region adventure. While there, he got a soft  armor made by an eternal emperor for the dead guy. So he goes to an area where there are 3 dead EEs that participated in some ancient war. All were sword users and the soft armor guy was a hegemon probably more powerful than the brightshore hegemon (since sword users are notorious for their attacking power). The thing is, this other EE that specializes in pills/alchemy (she helps JN get his new weapons) was the hegemon's dao companion and the soft armor was her own handmade creation. Its ability is that 99% of any attack's power is absorbed/reflected by the armor. You have no idea how many times this ability saved JN's ass. BTW, the pill EE is still relevant for quite some time, until just before the end war.
  • How do you create an ultimate dao? Is it related to the number of other daos you fuse into it or is it purely about your attainment in a specific dao...e.g sword, space-time etc
  • edited May 2017
    How do you create an ultimate dao? Is it related to the number of other daos you fuse into it or is it purely about your attainment in a specific dao...e.g sword, space-time etc
    It's more so about gaining an understanding that close to the 'true source' of the dao in which you're pursuing. So for dao of the sword....ning has 5 base stances that basically encompasses the dao of the sword. He gains an ultimate dao each time he gains an understanding of every stance that is close its true source...not really sure if I can word this better....but I tried. 

    As for fusing ultimate daos...I think that's just something you have to end up doing to gain the eternal ultimate dao 
  • edited May 2017
    Prady said:
    How do you create an ultimate dao? Is it related to the number of other daos you fuse into it or is it purely about your attainment in a specific dao...e.g sword, space-time etc
    It's more so about gaining an understanding that close to the 'true source' of the dao in which you're pursuing. So for dao of the sword....ning has 5 base stances that basically encompasses the dao of the sword. He gains an ultimate dao each time he gains an understanding of every stance that is close its true source...not really sure if I can word this better....but I tried. 

    As for fusing ultimate daos...I think that's just something you have to end up doing to gain the eternal ultimate dao 
    This, when they mention how many 'strongest' dao's people have its just a part of the total Dao, they need to have all strongest dao's of a Dao and fuse them perfectly to have an ultimate Dao. Basically the ultimate Dao is the whole Dao not just a part of it.
  • The 3 Hegemons should be ruler class Eternal Emperors. But are their only 3 ruler class EEs or more in seclusion?
  • The 3 Hegemons should be ruler class Eternal Emperors. But are their only 3 ruler class EEs or more in seclusion?
    Ya, there's more than just 3. There's also like 6 Supreme Sovereigns, who were once Ruler class EEs themselves.
  • zyar12 said:
    The 3 Hegemons should be ruler class Eternal Emperors. But are their only 3 ruler class EEs or more in seclusion?
    Ya, there's more than just 3. There's also like 6 Supreme Sovereigns, who were once Ruler class EEs themselves.
    There's the normal Eternal emperors then the sovereign eternal emperors then the rulers who bind a domain to themselves then supreme sovereigns.
  • edited May 2017
    xaryte said:
    zyar12 said:
    The 3 Hegemons should be ruler class Eternal Emperors. But are their only 3 ruler class EEs or more in seclusion?
    Ya, there's more than just 3. There's also like 6 Supreme Sovereigns, who were once Ruler class EEs themselves.
    There's the normal Eternal emperors then the sovereign eternal emperors then the rulers who bind a domain to themselves then supreme sovereigns.
    This is the list of all EE power level:
    1.ordinary EE, they are those who trained a common dao, they can actually train to the ruler level but it is very difficult (obviously in this class there are also EE who could fight rulers because of special techniques and the city lords from dao alliance who are basically peak level ordinary EE).
    2. Rulers(hegemons in translation), they are those who trained in at least a strongest way (at least an ultimate dao path inside a dao), they can breakthrough supreme sovereign.
    3. Rulers who binded an alternate universe, they are the strongest EE class from Ji Ning universe because they can draw power from their binded universe (note that these rulers also posses multiple sith weapons because most of them are survivors from the first war with the sith).
    4.I actually don't know how to explain this, some EE (or daolords?) have acquired a technique from sith clan which makes them stronger than ordinary EE  (for daolords just as strong as EE) but they are forever stuck in that level (also this technique changes their apparence, i don't remember how).
    5. Supreme ruler/supreme emperors, i don't remember the exact name, they are sith supreme sovereigns who crossed space from their sith primordial chaos universe. They can't use their true power in Ning's universe but are a lot stronger than rulers because of the techniques and weapons from sith civilization.

  • I was wondering if i missed it, but when was the last time we got an update on whats going on in the Three Relams?
  • I was wondering if i missed it, but when was the last time we got an update on whats going on in the Three Relams?


    From the current translation? Last Three Realms stuff should have been just after Ning broke through to World God/Chaos Immortal. His Primaltwin chatted with Subuti who was, of course, amazed and ecstatic. Ning also asked him to get some experts there so he could transmit some techniques to them. IIRC, it should be the stuff Northrest left behind.
  • next update will be when he finally goes to vastheaven palace and fulfills his oath. after that ning's primaltwin finally goes inside the three realms and subuthi and windfiend decide to travel the endless territories
  • Subhuti and windfiend became good friends after the Endwar. When they went to the Badlands territory they decided to look for daolords' legacies. Later in the novel 3 realms produces a lot of daolords.
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