d Ning Chu, “Lunch?”

Ning Chu, “…” 

Then he hesitantly said, “Forget it? I can’t eat such a big one…”

There was no residential area nearby, this beast was hungry and came to provoke them, but now that it was released, it didn’t dare to stay here.
At that word, Wuuth let go of the beast and let it escape with its tail between its legs.

It was noon and Ning Chu had no dry food on him, but he had the game store.
He bought a skinned rabbit from the mall and pretended to take it out of his storage pouch, holding it in his hand, “I’ve prepared something to eat.”

The two of them found a suitable place nearby and sat down on the ground.
Ning Chu built two stones side by side to form two stands and used a clean branch to clean the rabbit.
He said to Wuuth, “Go and find some more dry branches and leaves.”

Ning Chu said this on purpose, just to get Wuuth to do it.
Wuuth got up immediately and went to look around.

Ning Chu watched Wuuth’s back until he gathered enough branches and leaves not far away and brought them to him with a serious expression, “Are you really Wuuth?”

Wuuth frowned for a moment, not quite understanding why Ning Chu asked, “Yes.”

“You’re different from what I thought.”

Ning Chu started the fire and thought to himself, Could it be that the owner of this body knew Wuuth before I crossed over?

Ning Chu twirled the branch and started to roast the rabbit meat, and said, seemingly unintentionally, “I still remember the first time I met you outside the arena, you didn’t even look at me and left.”

Wuuth’s frown tightened, “I did.”

He remembered well that Ning Chu had taken walnuts and tried to feed them to the Dwarf Dragon at that time, just as he ran into them.
No one in the Academy or Crow Market dared to get close to his dragon, and Ning Chu was the first one.
Only later did he learn who Ning Chu really was.

Wuuth only mentioned that, but didn’t refute Ning Chu’s claim of ‘first meeting’.

Ning Chu was basically sure that they didn’t know each other before.
Then he couldn’t figure it out, or… he just didn’t have much contact with others, so no one knew.
Ning Chu roasted the rabbit meat, turning it over every now and then.
The fire magic was more powerful than the normal fire, so the rabbit meat cooked quickly, Ning Chu extinguished the fire and gave half to Wuuth.

Without seasoning, the rabbit meat had little flavor, and Ning Chu’s grilling skills weren’t very good.
The outside was burnt in several places, and there were some parts on the inside that were still undercooked.
Ning Chu was embarrassed, but Wuuth ate well, finishing all the meat he could.

Without his mask on, his expression looked blank, “…Is it good?”

Wuuth lifted his head and calmly replied, “Yes.”

After cleaning up the ground, Ning Chu had to go feed Third Cub.

“I’ll go over there for a while,” Ning Chu warned before leaving, “Don’t follow me.”

After he left, Wuuth took out the oat grass he had brought with him and also fed Fifth Cub in her pocket.


In the afternoon, the two of them went a little further, driving away many of the beasts that roamed along the way.
There were a few dragons that Ning Chu wanted to feed, but they flew away from the distance, not daring to approach.

When the time was almost up, Ning Chu suggested, “Shall we go back?”

Wuuth hesitated and let out the Dwarf Dragon.
The Dwarf Dragon hung its head at Wuuth’s feet, as Wuuth said to Ning Chu, “You’re riding with me.”

He was inviting Ning Chu to ride back with him, but it didn’t sound like that.

Ning Chu didn’t agree right away, “You should ask, if I would like to ride with you.”

Wuuth’s eyes focused as he repeated after him, “Would you like to ride with me?”

Only then did Ning Chu nod, “Yes.”

He thought to himself, Wuuth is quite an interesting person.

The Dwarf Dragon had a raised scale spine in the center of its spine, so they could only stand on its back, and couldn’t sit down directly.
Ning Chu stepped on the back of the Dwarf Dragon, and when it opened its wings and took off, he was so lopsided that he almost lost his footing.

Wuuth was behind him and reached out to hold his shoulders and arms so that he wouldn’t fall.

Ning Chu struggled to stand still, calming his racing heart.


Wuuth’s voice rang out, and Ning Chu retorted, “I’m not scared,” as he hugged Third Cub in his shirt.

The Dwarf Dragon’s speed was several times faster than yesterday’s Ironhoof Elephant, and Wuuth took the initiative to put Ning Chu down on the way, and they returned separately to the Academy.

Ning Chu was happy with this arrangement, and he jumped off the dragon’s back as he thanked Wuuth.

Wuuth looked down at him, “Tomorrow.” He wanted Ning Chu to come with him tomorrow, but stopped at the end of his sentence and then asked, “Would you like to come with me?”

Ning Chu’s face under the mask showed a smile and he nodded, “Yes.”

After the agreement was made, Wuuth sent the Dwarf Dragon to fly away.
On the way, Ning Chu opened《Dragon Island》to see if Fourth Cub had returned.
The data card still showed that the markings left on the ground had been messed up by the dragon cubs running around.

Ning Chu was worried and was about to close the data card when he suddenly found that Cubbie’s column status had changed a little.

Cubbie’s information was unknown before, the race column was “???”, while Cubbie’s race had also been “???”.
But now there was a new description.

Cubbie (Dark Abyss Dragon)

Status: Good

Location: Unknown

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