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  • How does this arc end? Does Ning kill the Blazesun Source walker or perhaps he even becomes one of his allies ?
  • Kross said:
    How does this arc end? Does Ning kill the Blazesun Source walker or perhaps he even becomes one of his allies ?
    The Blazesun source walker just wants to test Ning’s power, he is working for an autarch actually. After a couple of fights with Ning he will lead Ning’s group to this autarch. Autarchs Were waiting for someone who mastered an eternal omega dao.
  • tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    How does this arc end? Does Ning kill the Blazesun Source walker or perhaps he even becomes one of his allies ?
    The Blazesun source walker just wants to test Ning’s power, he is working for an autarch actually. After a couple of fights with Ning he will lead Ning’s group to this autarch. Autarchs Were waiting for someone who mastered an eternal omega dao.
    Are the Autarch gonna force him to transmit his Dao? or is he too strong for them to bo able to kill him
  • tombec94 said:
    Kross said:
    How does this arc end? Does Ning kill the Blazesun Source walker or perhaps he even becomes one of his allies ?
    The Blazesun source walker just wants to test Ning’s power, he is working for an autarch actually. After a couple of fights with Ning he will lead Ning’s group to this autarch. Autarchs Were waiting for someone who mastered an eternal omega dao.
    Are the Autarch gonna force him to transmit his Dao? or is he too strong for them to bo able to kill him
    No, they ask him politely, and say it is for the future of the cultivator civilization, as they will use it to train future Omega Dao cultivators in hopes of eventually having an Omega Dao Eternal Emperor, and after that, an Omega Dao Autarch (who will be able to become the Chaosverse Controller). So Ning agrees to impart his Dao to future generations.

    A single Autarch probably couldn't outright kill him, as Ning is a bit stronger than a Sithe Exalt currently. But given Ning's limitations from his dissipating truesoul, an Autarch could probably exhaust Ning enough to dissipate most of his truesoul. Also, there are 6 Autarchs, so they could theoretically gang up on him and easily kill him if they wanted to.

  • Naah, he can't fight an autarch. Given that fight that aren't single-slash would have super-speed swordfight going on, Ning would run out of energy pretty much instantly just defending himself from an unrestrained assault of an Autarch.
  • edited January 31
    Eternal omega daos are as strong as strong as "ordinary" autarch level daos. Ning right now is as strong as an autarch, he only lacks the aura of an omega emperor (because he failed the daomerge and his immortal energy/divine power wasn't upgraded) and he can't fight for long periods of time because his truesoul is dissipating. An omega emperor who just breakthrought is as strong as an ordinary autarch basically. When Ning daomerges he already fused several auxiliary daos in his eternal omega sword dao, at that point he is stronger than an ordinary autarch.
  • edited January 31
    Im pretty sure a Eternal Omega Dao Eternal Emperor whos has many Hegemon Daos in his Eternal Dao can demolish an autarch. Cant wait for Ning to succeed in his second daomerge
  • tombec94 said:
    Eternal omega daos are as strong as strong as "ordinary" autarch level daos. Ning right now is as strong as an autarch, he only lacks the aura of an omega emperor (because he failed the daomerge and his immortal energy/divine power wasn't upgraded) and he can't fight for long periods of time because his truesoul is dissipating. An omega emperor who just breakthrought is as strong as an ordinary autarch basically. When Ning daomerges he already fused several auxiliary daos in his eternal omega sword dao, at that point he is stronger than an ordinary autarch.
    My point is that "not for long periods of time" against an Autarch would be pretty much instant.
  • Adannor said:
    tombec94 said:
    Eternal omega daos are as strong as strong as "ordinary" autarch level daos. Ning right now is as strong as an autarch, he only lacks the aura of an omega emperor (because he failed the daomerge and his immortal energy/divine power wasn't upgraded) and he can't fight for long periods of time because his truesoul is dissipating. An omega emperor who just breakthrought is as strong as an ordinary autarch basically. When Ning daomerges he already fused several auxiliary daos in his eternal omega sword dao, at that point he is stronger than an ordinary autarch.
    My point is that "not for long periods of time" against an Autarch would be pretty much instant.
    I wouldn't say instant but definitely not for a long time. I know for certain that he can withstand sithe exalts for some time because while in the sithe headquarters he fought one and multiple hegemons owning sithe war machines to a stall. That is the point when his true body dies, they were only able to slowly make his truesoul dissipate though, as an emperor he probably would have won or at least survived.
  • What book/chapter does he find the truesoul technique?
  • What book/chapter does he find the truesoul technique?
    book 42 chapter 12
  • Does Ning lose all his treasures when his "true body" dies later on? How does he die anyway? From what I'm reading in the latest translations is that all the Autarchs seem to want to protect him.
  • Kross said:
    Does Ning lose all his treasures when his "true body" dies later on? How does he die anyway? From what I'm reading in the latest translations is that all the Autarchs seem to want to protect him.
    No, he doesn't lose any treasures. He is trapped in a danger zone and a bunch of Sithe attack him, which forces him to use up all of the energy in his true body. The Autarchs eventually save him, but his true body's truesoul is about to dissipate. So Ning goes back and transfers all his stuff to his Primaltwin, then his true body dissipates.
  • When Ning's true body dies, how come his primaltwin did not die too? Is ning's truesoul not also a part of the primaltwin? 
  • Jamal said:
    When Ning's true body dies, how come his primaltwin did not die too? Is ning's truesoul not also a part of the primaltwin? 
    I think it's something like each has half the truesoul.
  • Jamal said:
    When Ning's true body dies, how come his primaltwin did not die too? Is ning's truesoul not also a part of the primaltwin? 
    The primaltwin functions as if you had two houses but one owner. If both are decaying but you burn one, the other will  not burn, but will continue decaying. Ning just transferred houses
  • So, what is inside the heart of eternity? Does Ning open it up before completing his truesoul immortality technique?
  • Adannor said:
    So, what is inside the heart of eternity? Does Ning open it up before completing his truesoul immortality technique?
    Yes Ning opens it just before he completes the undying truesoul technique, iirc it should contain a message from Awekener, i don't remember if it contains anything else.
  • Will he die a failed daomerge? Or will he manage to overcome it?
  • No he fails the daomerge, then his true body dies in battle a few books later, but since he cultivated the undying truesoul technique his primaltwin stays alive and attempts the daomerge again (dont know how) and succeds since he basically already comprehended the eternal omega dao. 
  • edited February 18
    Will he die a failed daomerge? Or will he manage to overcome it?
    No he fails the daomerge, then his true body dies in battle a few books later, but since he cultivated the undying truesoul technique his primaltwin stays alive and attempts the daomerge again (dont know how) and succeds since he basically already comprehended the eternal omega dao. 
    Basically his truebody dies in a pocket dimension inside the Sithelands however there he finds a sithe technique which can reverse the truesoul dispersion. This technique only works for sithes, so he has to use it as a base to create a technique which works for cultivators. Basically he spends half volume 43 trying to create the undying truesoul technique but in the end he fails, his primaltwin truesoul completely disperses. However while dying, while his truesoul returns to the prime essences, he understands how to reverse the dispersion and completes the technique, basically he resurrects. After resurrecting he daomerges successfully because he already mastered the eternal omega sword dao. Note that at this point he only has the primaltwin ki refiner, he won't get his truebody back because it won't be necessary: he also completes the blueflower technique from Awakener which grants him a very powerfull divine body, also his immortal energy, divine power and heartforce (iirc) are replaced by yuan/natural energy, which is a fusion of the other 3. By the last battle he is a monster, all his daos are nearly as strong as daobirth essences (his eternal omega sword dao becomes stronger because he fuses it with the auxilliary daos).
  • What chapter does he officially resurrects and fixes the truesoul dissipation. I need to know bc I'll binge chapters then. Also, what chapter does he do his daomerge.
  • volume 43 chapter 12
  • Which should be done in 3 weeks and a day or two. So check back on March 21st!
  • spoilers on Iyerre  and his importance during the war?
  • avijoyd said:
    spoilers on Iyerre  and his importance during the war?
    He is an omega autarch (omega exalt in Ning's chaosverse), he is also the disciple of Sithe's Lord of Chaos. He wants to become a Lord of Chaos so he invaded Ning's chaosverse, his dao is light iirc. Anyways he is stronger than Ning and all the other autarchs even with the chaosverse suppressing him, he nearly wipes them out in the final battle(Sithes menage to kill 4 autarchs iirc). His combat power comes from the fact that omega autarchs control all the eternal omega daos of their chaosverse, while their main dao reaches an higer level than an EOD. During the final battle Sithe also had other powerfull fighters (Autarch level Sourcewalkers and Autarch level strange lifeforms from the Void) but he is the strongest. 
  • edited March 17
    Which of Ning's disciples actually stay relevant in the war against the Sith?
  • edited March 17
    Kross said:
    Which of Ning's disciples actually stay relevant in the war against the Sith?
    Green Bamboo iirc, but IET didn't write a lot about the battlefields, what matters the most are the battles between autarchs+Ning and Iyerre's team (2 autarch sourcewalkers, 1 omega emperor, a bunch of exalts and hegemons; they also have TRUE sithe war machines, basically extremely powerfull ones).

    Spoiler:
    actually Green Bamboo dies protecting his dao companion.
  • edited March 17
    What chapter does Nuwa return to the three realms?
  • She already did in volume 40 chapter 16.
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