Chapter 1264 – Strike first to gain the upper hand (1)
Old Man Mo only stared blankly at the corner Su Luo disappeared from, eyes unmoving, no different from an idiot.
“Elder Brother, Elder Brother! Quickly leave!” First Elder, seeing Mo Zixu walk out limping, also felt the fierce shaking of the wall’s foundations. Without thinking, he directly reached out to pull Old Man Mo.
But he forgot, at this moment, this dazed Old Man Mo already wasn’t that elder brother of his. This person’s mind didn’t function well and he also didn’t recognize people.
Don’t know what Old Man Mo was thinking at this moment, he was continuously staring at the place Su Luo disappeared from, with his head crooked, all alone, he couldn’t think too clearly, suddenly, a divine light flashed on in his mind!
Just when he was on the verge of guessing it, he was roared at by First Elder and stiffly had this idea roared away!
Old Man Mo was immediately furious!
He became madly furious, wildly cried ‘wa, wa, wa’, and pushed with both hands, directly pushing First Elder out of the palace. His strength was huge, First Elder, who was pushed out, flew far away, and ruthlessly smashed onto a tree before his body stopped.
“Cough cough cough——” First Elder covered his chest, fiercely coughing, coughing and coughing, and then coughed out a lot of blood.
First Elder, at this moment, simply wanted to cry yet lacked tears ah. In these several days, Central Palace encountered huge changes, even adding up the pain and tribulations for all of his life, it wasn’t so serious as today. Not only was his mind in torment, his body was also in pain. He was physically and emotionally exhausted, he really wanted to fall to the ground and not get up.
Just when First Elder was about to gloomily spit out more blood again, suddenly, that palace not far away violently shook, and afterwards——
The towering palace actually completely collapsed!
Elder Ancestor Mo was still inside ah!
Just thinking of this matter, First Elder felt a stabbing pain in his heart.
“Elder Brother!” First Elder shakily stood up and then took strides to move forward, running.
Although Old Man Mo had gone mad, but First Elder still firmly believed he would get better. He would once more carry Central Palace to the summit.
First Elder dashed forward, yet couldn’t help but halt his steps.
The surroundings around the hall, those guards that were originally protecting it, at this moment, they had already bled out from their seven apertures and died. Must have been shaken to death from Old Man Mo’s previous roar.
These guards, every one of them was above six rank, they were all Central Palace’s elite ah. Just like this, they were sacrificed in vain……First Elder’s eyes carried a deep sorrow!
“Elder Brother still hasn’t come out!” First Elder stood in place, in a daze with a compassionate expression.
“Dad will be fine.” Palace Master Mo stood up straight with great difficulty and wiped away the bloodstain at the corner of his mouth.
“Why hasn’t he come out yet after so long?” First Elder stretched out his neck to glance around, there was a trace of worry in his eyes.
Just when these two people were talking, suddenly——
The ruins of the collapsed palace ahead abruptly broke out with a fierce shaking.
Immediately after, a formidable cold air directly dashed to the skies!
Among the crashing sounds, the middle of the ruins was cleared in an instant, showing a ten square meters of clean surface. And at this moment, Old Man Mo was just standing there with bits of rock stuck to his head and face. He had a frosty expression, like a cold sword that soared out.
That pair of remote and cold eyes of his simply looked rigidly straight ahead. It carried a trace of bewilderment and puzzlement, as if he felt extreme unfamiliarity with this world.
“Elder Brother……” First Elder took a step forward.
“Dad……” Palace Master Mo wanted to pull at him, but once again timidly withdrew his hand.
Elder Ancestor Mo’s ice-cold eyes cast them a glance, the bottom of his pupils were tranquil like water. He used an expression of seeing empty air when glancing past them, as if he didn’t know them at all.