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  • what daos(small great hevenly all in other words) does Ji Ning learns? the sword dao leads to any heavenly dao or is it by itself something like great dao(with infinity posiblillities) aka equal to heavenley.
    btw does mu northson complete his dao? or is there anyone for that matter?
  • It's never stated if Mu Northson completes his dao. And to be honest, any Dao that Ji Ning has learned so far, is pretty irrelevant. Because he's going to practice a Sword Art that is far stronger than the Heavenly Dao, but the more you learn about that Sword Arts, the more you forget about all other Daos. So once he gets stronger in that Sword Arts, he's going to forget everything about Grand Dao of Space-Time, Grand Dao of Waterdrop, Dao of Inferno, Dao of Gale, Dao of Rainwater etc.

    Once he masters the Sword Arts he can once again learn regular Daos, after which he masters Grand Dao of Thunder and Lightning, he re-learns Grand Dao of Space-Time and goes really far in it later in the story, he masters Heavenly Dao of Water and goes forward into the Ultimate Dao of the Sword, later on learning Eternal Ultimate Dao of the Sword. He integrates a whole bunch of Complete Daos into his own custom made sword arts which I can't fully remember which ones it is.
  • It's never stated if Mu Northson completes his dao. And to be honest, any Dao that Ji Ning has learned so far, is pretty irrelevant. Because he's going to practice a Sword Art that is far stronger than the Heavenly Dao, but the more you learn about that Sword Arts, the more you forget about all other Daos. So once he gets stronger in that Sword Arts, he's going to forget everything about Grand Dao of Space-Time, Grand Dao of Waterdrop, Dao of Inferno, Dao of Gale, Dao of Rainwater etc.

    Once he masters the Sword Arts he can once again learn regular Daos, after which he masters Grand Dao of Thunder and Lightning, he re-learns Grand Dao of Space-Time and goes really far in it later in the story, he masters Heavenly Dao of Water and goes forward into the Ultimate Dao of the Sword, later on learning Eternal Ultimate Dao of the Sword. He integrates a whole bunch of Complete Daos into his own custom made sword arts which I can't fully remember which ones it is.
    thanks

  • when exactly does the timeskip happen in book 13 ?
  • Does Ning still use the star seizing hand in the later parts of the story
  • edited May 2016
    Does Ning still use the star seizing hand in the later parts of the story
    Nope, he got better techniques that far superior to Starseizing.
    Heavy spoiler below.

    They're not THE bad guys, they're just the enemies of Three-Realms. In the universe there are more than one type of "realm", different places with more planets on them. There is another realm that is REALLY close to Three-Realms called Wujian Realm, the entire Wujian Realm is controlled by a single ruler, unlike Three-Realms, and decided to invade Three-Realms for more power.

    The invading forces in Three-Realms are called the Wujian Sect, they invade pretty much every world of Three-Realms and destroyed the Samsara Roads etc, after Ji Ning has been training with his new master after this Conclave, he will return to Grand Xia world and Wujian Sect will have started to take root. 

    In around Book 15-16 ish there is a huge battle inside Grand Xia where thousands of Celestial Immortals and millions of Loose Immortals fights Wujian Sect, Ji Ning becomes one of the 7 Generals in the battle(He has become a Celestial Immortal by this time) and controlls around 1 thousand Celestial Immortals and a million Loose Immortals to create a huge formation that becomes a Fiendgod, allowing him to fight True Gods in the Celestial Immortal level. Later on this battle becomes a huge Boundary War where several hundred(Could be thousand can't remember) True Gods join in from both sides, it's pretty epic.

    In the final battle, it's revealed that there are two parties that ignited this fight with Wujian Sect and Three-Realms, the ruler of the Wujian Sect wanted to do it in order to increase his own Dao, and a person from a completely different realm called "Damo Realm" who killed and took the identity of a very important person in Three-Realms. Ji Ning's Senior Disciple defeats the ruler of the Wujian Realm and Ji Ning defeats the impostor. 

    Since the fight was actually a big scheme, Ji Ning allowed the Wujian World to join Three-Realms and live together in peace, as long as they took a Life Oath not to harm Three-Realms. After that Ji Ning sets off to leave Three-Realm and explore more realms.

    They weren't invading as their Realm and original 3 realm collided and fused together. 2 Wars were just to decide who get to claim all the new Realm

  • Jirachier said:
    when exactly does the timeskip happen in book 13 ?
    His primal-twin become an earth emortal while his true body reach the primal stage.
  • From who does he get this number one divine ability from (the one with the strong body) and when?
    And how are his interactions with his fellow disciples and the lower ranked disciples? (not direct ones from puti) going to play out?
  • edited May 2016
    Basically, in Subhuti's world there are two different mountains besides the one that Subhuti meditates in, one is an area where you can obtain a huge amount of Divine Arts/Abilities etc. There are 2 different ways to get these Arts/Abilities, one is complete some mundane tasks for a long period of time(Brush the mountain road for 200 years for example), the second way is that Subhuti also has 9 different types of Puppets in that Mountain, where the Puppets adapt to the enemies power level, but each level of Puppet is stronger than the other, meaning no mattere what level you are at, you will still struggle harder on the next kind.

    Defeating the level 1 Puppet can give you some of the weakest Arts in that mountain, defeating the level 8 puppet gives you the strongest Divine Ability of that mountain.

    The second mountain contains the strongest Divine Arts/Abilities that Subhuti has, and only personal disciples of Subhuti are allowed there, such as Ji Ning but not his Beasts like Uncle White. The only way to enter there is by defeating the level 9 Puppet which is the hardest one to defeat, and that allows you entrance there. Once you enter that Mountain there is a huge area with the divine arts, once the disciple chooses a divinte arts, Subhuti himself creates an assignment that the disciple has to do. Once that disciple completes the assignment, they can go back to the mountain and obtain the Divine Arts.

    That's how Ji Ning obtained the strongest divine arts he has for a long period of time.

    And the answer to your second question, at first the other disciples are a bit spectical and a bit "meh" you know, standard shenanigans, but he quickly becomes very friendly with all of them, he has no quarrels with any of them and they all respect him a lot at the end.
  • edited May 2016
    NoobElite said:
    From who does he get this number one divine ability from (the one with the strong body) and when?
    And how are his interactions with his fellow disciples and the lower ranked disciples? (not direct ones from puti) going to play out?

    They were a bit miffed considering how weak and young JN was but they still treated him with respect as his rank is higher than them.

    JN would soon prove how talented he is and made them admire him
    And the answer to your second question, at first the other disciples are a bit spectical and a bit "meh" you know, standard shenanigans, but he quickly becomes very friendly with all of them, he has no quarrels with any of them and they all respect him a lot at the end.
    Those shenanigans are Way less malicious than in most other series i read. The authors of those series just created very bad environment that old hands actively harm, torture, maliciously prank on new meats without consider the consequences of that.


  • Book 13 is probably the most peacefull book of all books in DE, there's nothing really threatening him because every enemy he faces is far below him. It's basically just a book where everything stops and we simply see him grow. I actually found it rather cool because it was so relaxed. XD
  • There is also the Grand Dao of Karma, which makes you understand cause and effect, Grand Dao of the Claw if I can remember correctly and some others.
    Does Ning Master know that Grand Dao? I mean he is a Buddhist and that cause and effect is usually part of them.
  • Yes, Ji Ning actually goes as far as understanding the Complete Dao of Karma if I understood correctly.
  • How strong does Puti get by the end? And does he breakthrough himself or with help from JN?
  • Puti becomes a Dao Lord on his own, the only thing that Ji Ning helps with is giving him more powerful cultivation methods, divine arts and divine abilities necessary to reach that stage, everything else is done by Puti alone.
  • Puti is the same as Subhuti ?
  • Asking about "Realms".
    Is the "Realms" in Desolate Era comparable to "Plane" in Coiling Dragon and/or Stellar Transformation?
    Thanks for the answer(s).
  • tomk said:
    Asking about "Realms".
    Is the "Realms" in Desolate Era comparable to "Plane" in Coiling Dragon and/or Stellar Transformation?
    Thanks for the answer(s).
    There is only one true plane in DE. There is no ascension shit in it.
    3 realms is essentially a star system among trillion upon trillion others.Unfortunately, it was isolated from the rest of the universe by a "natural" barrier and the only way out is a wormhole.
  • huntermad said:
    tomk said:
    Asking about "Realms".
    Is the "Realms" in Desolate Era comparable to "Plane" in Coiling Dragon and/or Stellar Transformation?
    Thanks for the answer(s).
    There is only one true plane in DE. There is no ascension shit in it.
    3 realms is essentially a star system among trillion upon trillion others.Unfortunately, it was isolated from the rest of the universe by a "natural" barrier and the only way out is a wormhole.
    So, basically Three Realms something like galaxy in our astronomical concept?
    And Wuji Sect's to Three Realms is Andromeda to Milky Way?
    Thanks for the clarifications.
  • Yep, that's fairly accurate to say.
  • will we see "Sun Wukong the monkey king " ?
  • Yes, we will.
  • Yes, we will.
  • Will we see the 9th Disciple of Puti as well?
    The one that became a powerful cultivator over night and defeated the Ninth Golem after a year? 
  • Don't think we do. The only ones I remember is the Silvermoon guy, the dude that picked Ji Ning up from Grand Xia, Sun Wukong and the Senior Apprentice.
  • So do we find out who this painter guy is? I don't recall anything from lnmtl

  • Never mind I didn't read your comment..

    anorher question what is Houyi's origin? Is he chaos fiendgod like Puti/ three lives or does he have other special origin ?
  • edited May 2016
    The Painter Apprentice does makes a brief appearance, there's a brief description of him doing battle and him having some trouble with his opponent. Basically during the 'Final Battle' everyone is activated, everyone that has the power and ability to fight will be mustered, all Pure Yang Immortals must fight. It also says that Puti sent forth all his disciples to participate in the war. Puti is the only being of his level that does not participate in the war as he is considered "Nuwa's camp reserve/last resort" where he'll escape with the remnants of the 3 realms should they lose the war).

    Ji Ning actually muses to himself that he's lucky though his daughter is merely a Celestial Immortal, she isn't required to participate as she's considered as a being that won't affect the war. The author goes on to say that even if Ji Ning's daughter were to be powerful enough, she could also be excluded at Ji Ning's wish as Ji Ning is one of the supreme existences (Ji Ning is so powerful that he can get rid of 20 normal ranked Dao-Fathers within moments) and the other Dao-Fathers would definitely agree to have her excluded.


    Major Spoiler Alert*

    Basically speaking, in the lead up to the final battle Celestial Immortals and Loose Immortals will drop like flies. Eventually Pure Yang Immortals will become canon fodder, and in the last battle there'll be a 'I knew this was coming moment' and then a 'holy s**t' twist which you will never ever see coming and which will see almost all the major and peak Dao-Fathers die and sacrifice themselves (both sides will join forces) so the Three Realms can continue to exist. 



     
  • could someone tell me in which chapter does ning find his second apprentice and then reunite with him after gifting him with his technique?

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