Paragon of Pills

Do we ever see her again?

If we do ever meet her again around what chapter/book is it?

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  • Yes. We see her in Book 41.

    After Ning fails his Daomerge, he wanders around a bit, including meeting most of the Autarchs. After that, the Lord of the Church of Annihilation asks him for help because him and the Paragon of Pills are trapped in a danger zone somewhere.

    Ning goes and rescues them and also asks an Autarch to revive the Sword Hegemon. After that, when Ning tries to leave, he gets trapped in a more dangerous area, which eventually leads to him using up all the strength of his true body and it dissipating.
  • zyar12 said:
    Yes. We see her in Book 41.

    After Ning fails his Daomerge, he wanders around a bit, including meeting most of the Autarchs. After that, the Lord of the Church of Annihilation asks him for help because him and the Paragon of Pills are trapped in a danger zone somewhere.

    Ning goes and rescues them and also asks an Autarch to revive the Sword Hegemon. After that, when Ning tries to leave, he gets trapped in a more dangerous area, which eventually leads to him using up all the strength of his true body and it dissipating.
    Oh cool! Paragon of Pills was probably happy that the Sword Hegemon got revived. Did the Hegemon find out that Ning was only his honorable disciple?
  • zyar12 said:
    Yes. We see her in Book 41.

    After Ning fails his Daomerge, he wanders around a bit, including meeting most of the Autarchs. After that, the Lord of the Church of Annihilation asks him for help because him and the Paragon of Pills are trapped in a danger zone somewhere.

    Ning goes and rescues them and also asks an Autarch to revive the Sword Hegemon. After that, when Ning tries to leave, he gets trapped in a more dangerous area, which eventually leads to him using up all the strength of his true body and it dissipating.
    His true body dissipated??!! What about his lifeblood weapons??
  • zyar12 said:
    Yes. We see her in Book 41.

    After Ning fails his Daomerge, he wanders around a bit, including meeting most of the Autarchs. After that, the Lord of the Church of Annihilation asks him for help because him and the Paragon of Pills are trapped in a danger zone somewhere.

    Ning goes and rescues them and also asks an Autarch to revive the Sword Hegemon. After that, when Ning tries to leave, he gets trapped in a more dangerous area, which eventually leads to him using up all the strength of his true body and it dissipating.
    His true body dissipated??!! What about his lifeblood weapons??
    Don't worry too much about it, his primaltwin comes back stronger than ever: some chapters after his true body dissipated his primaltwin attempts daomerge again and becomes an ultimate/omega eternal emperor, uses azureflower technique to build up a better divine body than his true body ever had and he can also use his lifeblood weapons(they were retrieved by an Autarch/supreme sovereign). He basically becomes as strong as an Autarch, and he still has to breakthrough to the actual Autarch level, this should tell how OP Ning becomes.
  • tombec94 said:
    zyar12 said:
    Yes. We see her in Book 41.

    After Ning fails his Daomerge, he wanders around a bit, including meeting most of the Autarchs. After that, the Lord of the Church of Annihilation asks him for help because him and the Paragon of Pills are trapped in a danger zone somewhere.

    Ning goes and rescues them and also asks an Autarch to revive the Sword Hegemon. After that, when Ning tries to leave, he gets trapped in a more dangerous area, which eventually leads to him using up all the strength of his true body and it dissipating.
    His true body dissipated??!! What about his lifeblood weapons??
    Don't worry too much about it, his primaltwin comes back stronger than ever: some chapters after his true body dissipated his primaltwin attempts daomerge again and becomes an ultimate/omega eternal emperor, uses azureflower technique to build up a better divine body than his true body ever had and he can also use his lifeblood weapons(they were retrieved by an Autarch/supreme sovereign). He basically becomes as strong as an Autarch, and he still has to breakthrough to the actual Autarch level, this should tell how OP Ning becomes.
    So, if Ji Ning gets his lifeblood weapons back, he also get all his other treasures back, too, right? Isn't the Paragon of Pills and the others in an estate treasure he is carrying? They don't fall into enemy hands, right? I would think so, since all of his treasures and weapons would be in the same location, but this is super suspenseful. 
  • If you wanted it to keep being super suspenseful you shouldn't be hanging around the spoiler forums, but here's the infodump if you want.

    Yes, they are kept in his estate and Autarchs rescue him right before his body dissipates, so they aren't exposed to danger. He chats a bit with the Autarchs, gives his treasures to his Primaltwin and Primaltwin then pretends to be his true body so avoid making Paragon feel bad over dragging him into danger that resulted in that half-death. Paragon then goes back home to chill with the Sword Hegemon, while Ning goes back to Flamedragon Realmverse. 


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