athroom door clicked and locked, Ning Chu lifted the jacket off his arm.
Third Cub, who had been hiding under his clothes all the way, finally got some fresh air and sneezed a little, looking around.

This was where Ning Chu lived as a human, along with Wuuth.

It didn’t look like much, the space was too small and not as large as the area of his adult form with his wings open.
Third Cub looked around with a critical eye and flew to Ning Chu’s pillow.
He pressed his paws on the pillow to see if it was soft enough, and was suddenly wrapped tightly by Ning Chu.

Ning Chu lowered his voice, “Cub, I have money! I can revive Little Five!”

Third Cub moved stiffly, his paws hooked around Ning Chu’s clothes, and his eyes were filled with the same excitement and anticipation as Ning Chu’s.
The 98 purple gold coins had already been charged, so Ning Chu opened the system prompt of whether to resurrect Fifth Cub, and couldn’t wait to choose to deduct 500 credits.

【Data verification in progress, please wait.】

【Checking completed, starting character reconstruction.】

【Progress: 1%】

Ning Chu stared at the progress and waited for about ten minutes, but it was still 1%.

From Third Cub’s perspective, it could only see Ning Chu sitting quietly, staring blankly somewhere ahead.
Anxious and worried, he tugged at Ning Chu’s sleeve.

Ning Chu looked back and stroked its head soothingly, “It’s okay.
She’s coming back to life, but it’s just a little slow…”

The progress was still 1% when Bowen came out of the shower.

Bowen took a towel to wipe his hair and saw that the dinner on the table hadn’t been touched, “Why aren’t you eating?”

Ning Chu had just hidden Third Cub and was tidying up the blanket, “I’ll eat right away.”

He was afraid that Third Cub would suffocate under the blanket, so he quietly left a ventilation opening and got up to eat at the table.
After eating and showering, Bowen had already fallen asleep and the bed curtain was tightly drawn.

Ning Chu asked, “Bowen, shall I turn off the light?”

Bowen answered, and the dormitory was plunged into darkness.

Ning Chu lifted the blanket and laid down on the bed.
Third Cub jumped on his chest and rubbed his chin in the darkness.

Ning Chu had been watching the progress in the game and it had just finally reached 3%.

At this rate, it may not even be full by tomorrow morning… 

He knew Third Cub was also anxious and quietly said, “It’s okay, don’t worry.”

Third Cub gradually calmed down and went to Ning Chu’s pillow to lie down.
He could guess that there was probably some problem with the resurrection of Little Five.
But he believed Ning Chu, and Ning Chu must have a solution.

The progress of resurrection was too slow, so Ning Chu turned off the prompt bar for the time being and entered Dragon Island through the map.
He was in the place where he had just gotten offline during the day, and he saw that the word “Ning” on the ground had been blown around by the wind.

So Ning Chu went to get some more branches and set up a new one next to it, using a stone to hold it in place.

Just after he finished, he turned around and was ready to go to the cave to see the little dragon cubs, when he turned his head he saw a purple little dragon cub crouching on the ground, looking at the branches on the ground in confusion.

The Heavenly Thunder Dragon had just returned.
He first went around to see if there were any new anomalies.
When he arrived here, he witnessed branches and rocks rising up in the air and “flying” to the roadside.

The marks on the ground looked familiar… The Heavenly Thunder Dragon carefully recalled, and his eyes suddenly brightened.

This was the mark that ‘Ning’ used to wear on his head! It was ‘Ning’!

He flew forward excitedly and circled around several times, trying to find Ning Chu.

Ning Chu was equally anxious, it was his Fourth Cub! The Heavenly Thunder Dragon! He was right during the day, the Fourth Cub did return to the island, but they just missed each other.

Ning Chu tried for a long time, but couldn’t touch Fourth Cub, nor could he speak directly from the game as before.
He could only break a branch and waved it in his hand.

Fourth Cub noticed the branch in mid-air and stopped to approach.
He looked down and rubbed his horns against the green leaves at the top of the branch and gave a soft, “Aowu.”

‘Ning’ was here, although he couldn’t see or touch, he really came back.
Fourth Cub opened his eyes and looked ahead, trying to catch the scent in the air.

Ning Chu had mixed emotions and happiness that his cub still remembered him.
He walked down the hill with a branch in his hand, Fourth Cub following close behind.
Now that Ning Chu had money, he could buy some supplies and food to stock up on.

He fixed two coops and bought twenty pairs of young rabbits and chicken to put in the coops, and cleared the weeds and bushes around them.
Fourth Cub watched quietly from the sidelines, familiar with this operation as Ning Chu used to do it all the time.

After preparing the food reserve, Ning Chu started to buy toys.

There were many small dragon cubs on the island, so he bought three more dragon climbing frames, as well as small swings, rattan balls with bells, simple mechanical toy birds, and other such things.

Ning Chu spent 100 currencies in one go and took them out of the package and placed them at the entrance of the cave.
He also bought a small collar with gold trim for Fourth Cub to attach to the end of his tail as decoration.

Fourth Cub, like Third Cub, was presumably able to change his form between juvenile and adult, and the collar was quite expensive as it could expand and contract according to the size of the user.

Ning Chu remembered that although Fourth Cub was a little male dragon, he was very pretty and a little narcissistic.
When he was little, he used to walk alone to the back of the mountain to pick wild flowers and let Ning Chu tie them to his tail, making him resemble a fancy little peacock.

Fourth Cub was so happy that he couldn’t stop fidgeting with his tail wagging, and couldn’t wait to call all the dragons on the island to come and admire his new treasure.
Ning Chu looked at him and smiled for a while, then finally waved the branch to indicate that he was leaving.

Fourth Cub guessed a few things and circled around the branch reluctantly.
The branch lay quietly on the side of the road until Ning Chu was completely offline.

Fourth Cub rubbed his head against the leaves, then picked up the branch and left.

Early the next morning, Ning Chu woke up in a daze.
He felt something pressing against him and thought it was Third Cub, but when he opened his eyes, he saw Third Cub sleeping on his pillow.

Ning Chu rubbed his eyes and looked down, facing a dark green egg on the blanket.

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