ademy at that time, but tracked the aura of Third Cub’s adult form with the disc.

Ning Chu felt some hesitation since he didn’t know how many more of these the Church had and might fly all the way over.
If they were found… 

Wuuth saw his sudden silence and asked, “What’s wrong?”

Ning Chu told Wuuth what he had found, and the other dragon cubs who were waiting on the sidelines.
To confirm his suspicion, Second Cub turned into his juvenile form.

Sure enough, after Second Cub became smaller, the needle loosened and gradually dropped down.

But the dragons weren’t as worried as Ning Chu, and Wuuth looked calm, “If they dare to come after us, they’re asking to die.”

Ning Chu looked at him, and his worries were dispelled by these words.
He had five dragons with him, one of which was the most powerful legendary class.
It should be the Church that would feel fear and trepidation.

“Awo!” Fifth Cub also tapped her claws, and the wings on her back, which had grown another size, vibrated slightly.

Ning Chu stroked Fifth Cub’s head and nodded, “Okay, let’s go.”


Ning Chu spent the rest of the day sitting on the dragon’s back.
At noon they stopped for lunch, and then Second Cub changed with Third Cub and set off again without stopping, and again at night.

When night came, Ning Chu looked up at the starry sky passing behind him and yawned.

Fifth Cub had already fallen asleep in his arms, and the cushion used last night had been modified by Ning Chu into a bowl shape, in which Second Cub and Third Cub could sleep.

Wuuth spoke up from behind Ning Chu, “Go to sleep.”

Ning Chu also wanted to sleep, but he was holding the cushion with one hand and Fifth Cub in his arms, which wasn’t convenient.
He hesitated, “Why don’t you go ahead…”

Wuuth, however, took Fifth Cub from his arms without saying a word and put her in the cushion so that she could join the other two dragons.

“Go to sleep,” he said again, “I’ll watch.”

Ning Chu was indeed sleepy and nodded, “Okay then, I’ll take a nap and then we’ll switch.”

The scales on Fourth Cub’s back weren’t too flat and a person could barely sleep on them, but it was best not to roll over too much.
Ning Chu found a suitable position to lie down on his side, with the soft cushion and the dragon cubs above his head and Wuuth beside him.

Wuuth used dark magic to make a wall to block the wind blowing in front of him.
Ning Chu soon fell asleep, occasionally moving a few times along the way and being stopped by Wuuth when he was about to move to the side, gently pulling him back.

In the second half of the night, Fourth Cub stopped and prepared to switch with Second Cub.

Third Cub also woke up and held the edge of the cushion with Second Cub, putting down Fifth Cub inside first.

Ning Chu was still sleeping, and Wuuth hesitated, but didn’t wake him up in the end.

He reached out his arms and picked Ning Chu up.

Ning Chu still didn’t wake up, he hummed dazedly and buried his face into Wuuth’s arms and went back to sleep.
Wuuth’s spine suddenly tensed up, and he kept his arms in this position without moving, his gaze signaling Second Cub to change with Fourth Cub.

Second Cub silently changed back to his adult form and lowered his back.

Fifth Cub in the cushion rolled over, and this time it was Third Cub and Fourth Cub holding the edge and bringing the cushion up the spine.
The last one to go up was Wuuth, who moved carefully, fearing he would disturb Ning Chu.

After sitting on Second Cub’s back, Wuuth then adjusted the position of the two to let Ning Chu sleep more peacefully.

During this process, Wuuth’s heartbeat was fast.

This didn’t seem to be anything unusual, but rather he was getting excited because Ning Chu was in his arms.

When the dragons were seated, Second Cub flew high into the sky calmly.

Ning Chu wasn’t awake, but being in Wuuth’s arms was much more comfortable than falling asleep on cold scales, and he unconsciously moved further forward, resting his forehead on the nape of Wuuth’s neck.

This was a completely dependent and very intimate position, Wuuth was more excited, and the position made his temple jump.
He didn’t hold back and slowly tightened his arms, lowering his head and gently sniffing Ning Chu’s bangs, the tip of his nose vaguely brushing against a small patch of skin.

The next morning, Ning Chu opened his eyes and saw a black collar close at hand.
Before he could react, his eyes moved upward and saw Wuuth’s chin.

Ning Chu was frozen for a moment, and his sluggish brain began to function.

It was already dawn.

He had slept through last night and Wuuth hadn’t woken him up in the middle of the night.

He was now lying in Wuuth’s arms.

“Awake?” Noticing Ning Chu waking up, Wuuth lowered his head.

As soon as he said that, Ning Chu got up and sat up straight.

“I…” Ning Chu stepped back a little, panicking, “You… Why didn’t you wake me up?”

Wuuth’s arms were empty, he paused and slowly withdrew his arm, which hadn’t moved much for most of the night, “I’m not sleepy.”

Ning Chu began to feel the heat radiating from his face.
He had overslept, Wuuth didn’t wake him up, but even if he didn’t wake him, how did he end up in Wuuth’s arms? He coughed lightly and wiped his face with his sleeve, “Then you… You haven’t slept all night?”

Wuuth let out a “hmm” and looked at Ning Chu, “I’ll sleep now.”

Ning Chu nodded and hurriedly moved him out to a spacious position, when he heard Wuuth say, “Hold me.”

Ning Chu stiffened, almost suspecting that he had heard wrong.
What did Wuuth just say? Sleep with him? Although it was Wuuth who held him last night… Did this have to be switched too?

He mechanically turned his head, but saw Wuuth turned back into a small black dragon.

The little black dragon flew over and folded its wings to lie in his arms.

…So that was what he meant to hold him while he slept.

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