The fragments of the world vanished.
The world had formed into a black emptiness.
Any prolonged stay with this level of sensory deprivation would drive one insane.
He was numb as he was lost in his thoughts.
Images from his past formed and faded as he recalled what had happened.
Had he really progressed from then?
Somehow, he felt that he was back to where he had started…
His mind cleared.
Old Wolf sighed.
“I guess I overestimate him…”
“His heart stopped”
He look up at the moon that was just about to descend into the land. Most of it was block by the clouds.
It was now the coldest point of day.
He quickly turned his face to the body.
His face held genuine surprise.
he knelt and place his hands on Li’s body.
It was faint but his hearts had resumed beating.
“His field, it’s…”
“At least I can now gain something from this…”
As his eyes opened, he could see a world unlike that before.
Around him was filled with a fog that was made of tiny symbols; they were very faint but Li could tell that they were there.
Old Wolf stood next to him.
However, on his face was a strange wry expression that was unlike what he had seen before.
The area filled him with a cold feeling but now his back was drench with sweat.
It was a feeling different to but similar to that attacker days ago.
It was unfocused unlike what that man did when he tried to kill him.
But as these scenery streamed into his mind, he summoned what strength he held and rose his enough as to be able to to sit.
Though he breathed greedily and fought against nauseousness, only a fragment of the pain prior to his unconscious spell remained.
He now held the ability to ‘feel’ a radius of a few meters to the point where it formed a clear picture in his mind.
But this new information only confused his brain.
disoriented, He repeatedly tripped as he attempted to get on his feet.
The sound of heavy breath was the only sound beside the faint a bird cry many meters away…
Old wold face was puzzled but Old wolfs eyes shone with a strange intensity.
Li could tell that whatever expectation he held of me,
Li had likely not met them but something else…