the Church elders’ mouths slowly faded at this point, and their eyes were cold.

Wuuth’s palm gradually gathered black mist ready to be fired, his eyes showing killing intent, “I don’t need to remember your names.”

It was a great insult to Wuuth that they would even try to get him to join, and these people, too, had their minds set on Ning Chu.

The mentors sensed that something was wrong, and Josh tugged at Wuuth’s sleeve, “There must be a misunderstanding…”

“Misunderstanding?” The Church elder got up, his tone not as gentle as before, “The students taught by your institution are really disappointing.”

The subordinate at the back of the side sneered at Wuuth, “It may not be too late for you to kneel down and confess your mistake to the elder and beg for forgiveness.” As soon as the words left his mouth, it was as if he was choked by an invisible force, gripping his throat with a horrified expression, “What the hell… Cough, uh…”

A circle of black magic elements appeared at his neck, and then with a crack, his neck was directly broken by the force and he fell to the ground.
The sudden change of events shocked everyone and they looked at Wuuth who was sitting steadily in his chair.

Wuuth’s face was expressionless, “Say that again?”

Sensing that the situation in the conference room was getting out of hand, Ning Chu was in a hurry and simply opened the door.
The door was unlocked, and even though he was prepared, Ning Chu was still surprised to see the scene inside the room.

Wuuth was fighting with a man, and there were several people lying around the table, looking like they had already lost their breath.
A few other instructors were slumped over the table, uninjured, probably unconscious.

Wuuth was in human form at the moment, and the dragon’s power was slightly restrained, so the Church elder was able to hold out against him for a while.

Ning Chu’s appearance caught both of them off guard, and Wuuth frowned, “You…”

Wuuth turned his head and hit the elder with a ball of magic in the heart, he was smashed against the wall and blood poured from the corner of his mouth.

Wuuth withdrew his hand and faced Ning Chu with a completely new look, his eyes fluttering, “How did you get here?”

He really didn’t hold back.
Ning Chu quickly looked at the scene in the conference room, speechless, “You…”

Wuuth’s gaze went to the few instructors at the table and explained, “I didn’t kill them.”

He only used his dragon’s breath to put them into a temporary coma so that he wouldn’t be prevented from striking.

The Church elder who had fallen to the ground was still breathing, struggling to reach into his arms, but Wuuth noticed, and struck him with another blow that killed him.
Neither of them saw that the thing that was in the Church elder’s hand was a small transmitter with the button at the top already pushed.

Ning Chu pulled Wuuth away, trying to get out of here, “Why are you doing it right here?”

If he wanted to deal with these people, couldn’t he wait until after they left the school? What if they were seen here?

Wuuth let Ning Chu pull him, “Didn’t you say you were leaving the academy?”

He was thinking that since they were leaving, there was nothing to care about, and no one would know them outside after they left.
Ning Chu turned around and opened his mouth without saying anything.

Third Cub couldn’t help but look up from Ning Chu’s jacket and meet Wuuth’s eyes.
Both of them were silent at the same time, and the atmosphere was slightly stagnant.
Ning Chu turned his head and dragged Wuuth to continue walking, and as he walked around the corridor, Wuuth was the first to speak, “You really know.”

“Know what?” Ning Chu asked knowingly and gave a soft hmph.

This floor of the conference room wasn’t usually visited by anyone, and the commotion just now hadn’t been noticed.
Ning Chu planned to go back to the dormitory and take the three remaining dragons with him, so that he could leave the academy before anyone realized.

Halfway down the stairs, there was a sudden noise of footsteps.
With no place to hide around, Ning Chu had no time to take Wuuth and change directions, and collided with the people coming downstairs.

There were seven or eight people in the iconic silver robes.
Ning Chu adjusted his expression and looked down trying to pretend he was just passing by.
As he passed by several people of the Church, someone twitched his nose keenly and smelled the scent of blood on Wuuth.

His face flushed, and stood in front of the two with his magic staff in his hand, “Wait.”

Ning Chu was still holding Wuuth’s wrist, and could vaguely feel the tightness of his body and the gathering of the magical element.

Oh no.

I don’t know if the commotion would be less this time.

The stairwell was flanked by a small, narrow balcony with trash cans.
A breeze suddenly drifted in through the window and tended to grow stronger.
Ning Chu heard the sound of trembling and fear; not from Wuuth beside him, but outside the window.
He turned his head to see a huge dragon covered in yellowish brown and white scales appearing outside the window, its large body only showing a small part through the window.

“It’s… It’s a magic dragon!”

“How can a magic dragon appear here…”

The Church congregation no longer cared about Ning Chu and Wuuth, some backed up and tried to escape, while others clutched their magic staffs and tried to attack.
The dragon opened its mouth, and the hurricane wind swept around Ning Chu and Wuuth and swept the rest of them up, smashing them against the wall.

Ning Chu closed his eyes and opened them again, but the dragon was still in front of him.
Outside the building began to become noisy, as the others in the Academy must have seen the dragon as well.

At this moment, the dragon lowered its body shape and revealed a pair of black eyes from the window.
At the same time, two baby dragon cubs, one purple and one green, emerged from the dragon’s thick white neck fur.

 

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Second Cub, a very dog-like dragon

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