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  • mitre27 said:
    Confused, ning went to another universe when he was a world god correct? That universe had a universe controller right? As in, the guy controlled 1 of the 9 universes like nings universe right? Why does he struggle to revive the 3 dead EEs, including ji nings "master"? I heard just a regular supreme sovereign revived them easily.


    JN did not went to another universe and 3-realms is like a galaxy within the universe JN is living. JN universe doesn't have controller at that moment.
  • tombec94 said:
    Alternate Universes were created by Supreme Sovereigns (if you remember Eternal Emperors create Everworlds, Supreme Sovereigns create Alternate Universes), the unique thing about Alternate Universes is that they can be bound by Eternal Emperors. Eternal Emperors who bound an alternate universe become Hegemons (the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an ordinary Eternal Emperor who bound the alternate universe, thus he became as strong as a Hegemon). The alternate universes provide the Eternal Emperor with the power from their core, which contains the daos understood by the Supreme Sovereign who created it.

    The master of the Church of Annihilation even though he controlled the alternate universe cannot revive the three Hegemons so Ji Ning asks the Supreme Sovereign who created that alternate universe to revive them instead.
  • McNuggets said:
    mitre27 said:
    Confused, ning went to another universe when he was a world god correct? That universe had a universe controller right? As in, the guy controlled 1 of the 9 universes like nings universe right? Why does he struggle to revive the 3 dead EEs, including ji nings "master"? I heard just a regular supreme sovereign revived them easily.


    JN did not went to another universe and 3-realms is like a galaxy within the universe JN is living. JN universe doesn't have controller at that moment.

    What? Yes he did, the hegemon sent him and a few other worldgods into a different universe, controlled by the church of annihilation or w/e, and the leader of that universe couldn't revive 1 hegemon level EE and 2 others, but a random supreme sovereign can, which makes no sense, a universe controller should be able to bring people back, especially since they have to be top level supreme soverigns to even become a universe controller.


  • That wasn't another universe, it was a different domain boundary. Think of it like this: every chaosworld is a planet, every territory is a solar system, and the Endless Territories and the place Ning went to are galaxies. A ton of galaxies together make up the universe. A Universe Controller can control everything in that universe, while the "random supreme sovereign" only controls that galaxy. Also IIRC that galaxy is actually man-made, the leader of the church is it's current owner but that supreme sovereign was it's creator, so it's logical that he can revive them while the leader can't.
  • edited September 2017
    mitre27 said:
    McNuggets said:
    mitre27 said:
    Confused, ning went to another universe when he was a world god correct? That universe had a universe controller right? As in, the guy controlled 1 of the 9 universes like nings universe right? Why does he struggle to revive the 3 dead EEs, including ji nings "master"? I heard just a regular supreme sovereign revived them easily.


    JN did not went to another universe and 3-realms is like a galaxy within the universe JN is living. JN universe doesn't have controller at that moment.

    What? Yes he did, the hegemon sent him and a few other worldgods into a different universe, controlled by the church of annihilation or w/e, and the leader of that universe couldn't revive 1 hegemon level EE and 2 others, but a random supreme sovereign can, which makes no sense, a universe controller should be able to bring people back, especially since they have to be top level supreme soverigns to even become a universe controller.



    The alternate universe that Ji Ning and friends went to isn't a full scale universe like the one they're from. Those Alternate Universes are, essentially, estate worlds constructed on a massive scale by an Supreme Sovereign.

    In terms of size, they're much smaller than a true universe and the Master of the Church of Annihilation isn't even a Sovereign. He's an Eternal Emperor that's bound the alternate universe.

    IIRC, the Sovereign Ning asks to rez his master is the same one who created that Alternate Universe.
  • mitre27 said:
    McNuggets said:
    mitre27 said:
    Confused, ning went to another universe when he was a world god correct? That universe had a universe controller right? As in, the guy controlled 1 of the 9 universes like nings universe right? Why does he struggle to revive the 3 dead EEs, including ji nings "master"? I heard just a regular supreme sovereign revived them easily.


    JN did not went to another universe and 3-realms is like a galaxy within the universe JN is living. JN universe doesn't have controller at that moment.

    What? Yes he did, the hegemon sent him and a few other worldgods into a different universe, controlled by the church of annihilation or w/e, and the leader of that universe couldn't revive 1 hegemon level EE and 2 others, but a random supreme sovereign can, which makes no sense, a universe controller should be able to bring people back, especially since they have to be top level supreme soverigns to even become a universe controller.



    The alternate universe that Ji Ning and friends went to isn't a full scale universe like the one they're from. Those Alternate Universes are, essentially, estate worlds constructed on a massive scale by an Supreme Sovereign.

    In terms of size, they're much smaller than a true universe and the Master of the Church of Annihilation isn't even a Sovereign. He's an Eternal Emperor that's bound the alternate universe.

    IIRC, the Sovereign Ning asks to rez his master is the same one who created that Alternate Universe.
    There are only 9 true universe and the other universe are what nervaqus987 said. Even if one is a supreme sovereign doesn't mean they are already universe controller. JN universe don't have a universe controller that's why the sith clan invades them in the first place...
  • Either @mitre27 is trolling or he just didn't read my comment. It clearly explains everything. Ji Ning went to an alternate universe not a primordial universe.
  • Philemon said:
    Either @mitre27 is trolling or he just didn't read my comment. It clearly explains everything. Ji Ning went to an alternate universe not a primordial universe.

    Not trolling, didn't read your quoted post.
  • What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
  • hugh said:
    What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
    It's the ruler of an alternate universe, or "otherverse" as it has now been translated. For example, the Archaeus Universe from before is an alternate universe, and the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an Otherverse Lord. Having an alternate universe makes you a lot more powerful.

    It's usually Hegemons that become rulers of alternate universes, as there is always a fight once the alternate universe is discovered. It is however possible for regular Eternal Emperors to bind them as well. For example the lord of the Church of Annihilation is not a Hegemon.
  • zyar12 said:
    hugh said:
    What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
    It's the ruler of an alternate universe, or "otherverse" as it has now been translated. For example, the Archaeus Universe from before is an alternate universe, and the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an Otherverse Lord. Having an alternate universe makes you a lot more powerful.

    It's usually Hegemons that become rulers of alternate universes, as there is always a fight once the alternate universe is discovered. It is however possible for regular Eternal Emperors to bind them as well. For example the lord of the Church of Annihilation is not a Hegemon.
    So they are the strongest eternal emperors and are inferior to supreme sovereing
  • hugh said:
    zyar12 said:
    hugh said:
    What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
    It's the ruler of an alternate universe, or "otherverse" as it has now been translated. For example, the Archaeus Universe from before is an alternate universe, and the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an Otherverse Lord. Having an alternate universe makes you a lot more powerful.

    It's usually Hegemons that become rulers of alternate universes, as there is always a fight once the alternate universe is discovered. It is however possible for regular Eternal Emperors to bind them as well. For example the lord of the Church of Annihilation is not a Hegemon.
    So they are the strongest eternal emperors and are inferior to supreme sovereing
    Yes they are the strongest class of EE (at least until Ji Ning becomes one). Alternate universes are created by Supreme Sovereigns. A lot of the weapons and alternate universes owned by otherverse lords were bestowed upon them by Supreme Sovereigns during the ancient war. Basically otherverse lords can draw power from the core of the alternate universe, which contains the daos of the Supreme Sovereign who created it. A lot of these guys will show up between volume 35 and 38.
  • does winesage (or any other daolord in the top 5, save for ning) become an EE? I'm assuming he gets one of the other 3 jadeseals
  • edited September 2017
    Lazergen said:
    Does Ninedust succeed in his daomerge? 

    Also want to know, i hope he does.

    Edit: Read in separate thread that he does.
  • What makes crimson wave temple so special an what does Ning get from it
  • need book 33 summary please 

  • mitre27 said:
    Lazergen said:
    Does Ninedust succeed in his daomerge? 

    Also want to know, i hope he does.

    Edit: Read in separate thread that he does.
    I finished reading raws like 2 days after I asked this :D iirc he succeeds in volume 43 where Ning developed the 'Undying' technique which allows a Dao Lord to attempt the daomerge more than once. He succeeded on the 1st try but he would just get the technique from Ning if he failed.
  • Does the rest ever get to know that ning is only a 3rd level dao lord?
  • d-loc said:
    Does the rest ever get to know that ning is only a 3rd level dao lord?
    No.
  • details about about crimsonwave temple???
    Did he get the fruits and who did he sell it to?????

  • details about about crimsonwave temple???
    Did he get the fruits and who did he sell it to?????

    He sells it to a bunch of people (dao alliance head-emperor jin you, hegemon netherlily etc) after they meet his conditions. its like an auction almost, he says what he wants and whoever can provide it will sell it for fruits
  • can someone tell me about the other important people ning meets and befriends(like Ninedust) in later volumes. 
  • avijoyd said:
    can someone tell me about the other important people ning meets and befriends(like Ninedust) in later volumes. 
    well he made a hegemon his follower and source beast took ning as his master ( source beast can kill hegemons with ease ) 

    and the supreme sovereigns interfered to ban any harm fall on him when he was dao merge failure and was chased by domain lord

    so basically evryone after his daomerge failure feared him because he could kill almost every one under supreme sovereign level

    but no one was able to keep at his level to be treated equally like ninedust  maybe the supreme sovereigns 


  • What is the scriprure on the elephant wall?
  • What is the scriprure on the elephant wall?
    Probably Sithe language. The elephant wall is an ancient Sithe warship, which was destroyed in the last war.
  • zyar12 said:
    What is the scriprure on the elephant wall?
    Probably Sithe language. The elephant wall is an ancient Sithe warship, which was destroyed in the last war.
    So He will find the source beast in that ship?
  • zyar12 said:
    What is the scriprure on the elephant wall?
    Probably Sithe language. The elephant wall is an ancient Sithe warship, which was destroyed in the last war.
    So He will find the source beast in that ship?
    Nope, that's another ship.
  • hugh said:
    zyar12 said:
    tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    What book does Ji Ning become a Dao Lord? And likewise an Eternal Emperor? 
    Book 29 and 43, but i can tell you that he becomes as strong as a supreme sovereign(last level of the novel, it comes after eternal emperor) while still being a dao lord. From now on his cultivation will take more time but it is cool because he follows a path a little different from everyone else, he menages to follow the path of the ultimate sword dao (basically ultimate level daos are the strongest version of that dao). Dao lord level is divided in 4 steps but there is another reason why he takes so long to reach eternal emperor, it is a huge spoiler so i won't say anything.
    Please spoil me :wink: 
    Basically, he fails his Daomerge the first time. Because of this, his truesoul starts dispersing and stuff. A little later, he loses his original body because he has to fight all out for an extended period of time.

    After another couple volumes, he attempts Daomerge again and succeeds.


  • tombec94 said:
    hugh said:
    zyar12 said:
    hugh said:
    What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
    It's the ruler of an alternate universe, or "otherverse" as it has now been translated. For example, the Archaeus Universe from before is an alternate universe, and the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an Otherverse Lord. Having an alternate universe makes you a lot more powerful.

    It's usually Hegemons that become rulers of alternate universes, as there is always a fight once the alternate universe is discovered. It is however possible for regular Eternal Emperors to bind them as well. For example the lord of the Church of Annihilation is not a Hegemon.
    So they are the strongest eternal emperors and are inferior to supreme sovereing
    Yes they are the strongest class of EE (at least until Ji Ning becomes one). Alternate universes are created by Supreme Sovereigns. A lot of the weapons and alternate universes owned by otherverse lords were bestowed upon them by Supreme Sovereigns during the ancient war. Basically otherverse lords can draw power from the core of the alternate universe, which contains the daos of the Supreme Sovereign who created it. A lot of these guys will show up between volume 35 and 38.
    Otherverse or Alternate Unjverse Controllers aren’t the strongest class of EE because for one their are EE that can become just as strong as an Otherverse Lord without being an Otherverse Lord and there’s another class above that which is called Supreme Ruler and there’s a couple EE who are at that level and those people are the strongest class of EE.
  • tombec94 said:
    hugh said:
    zyar12 said:
    hugh said:
    What is otherverse lord?
    Is when a eternal emperor bind a domain
    It's the ruler of an alternate universe, or "otherverse" as it has now been translated. For example, the Archaeus Universe from before is an alternate universe, and the lord of the Church of Annihilation is an Otherverse Lord. Having an alternate universe makes you a lot more powerful.

    It's usually Hegemons that become rulers of alternate universes, as there is always a fight once the alternate universe is discovered. It is however possible for regular Eternal Emperors to bind them as well. For example the lord of the Church of Annihilation is not a Hegemon.
    So they are the strongest eternal emperors and are inferior to supreme sovereing
    Yes they are the strongest class of EE (at least until Ji Ning becomes one). Alternate universes are created by Supreme Sovereigns. A lot of the weapons and alternate universes owned by otherverse lords were bestowed upon them by Supreme Sovereigns during the ancient war. Basically otherverse lords can draw power from the core of the alternate universe, which contains the daos of the Supreme Sovereign who created it. A lot of these guys will show up between volume 35 and 38.
    Otherverse or Alternate Unjverse Controllers aren’t the strongest class of EE because for one their are EE that can become just as strong as an Otherverse Lord without being an Otherverse Lord and there’s another class above that which is called Supreme Ruler and there’s a couple EE who are at that level and those people are the strongest class of EE.
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