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331 Moling 3

 The Skeleton Flower was not a challenging item to obtain as long as she found the right location. The Flame Grass, however, was a different story. If she wanted to get it...

It was difficult... extremely difficult.

Shen Yanxiao sighed and said, "I'll just have to do what I can, and perhaps I'll be able to get both of these plants. However, I'm still a little curious. If we could get all three plants, does that mean we can breed demonic beasts?"

Shen Yanxiao was only interested in the competition between all the academies in the Longxuan Empire because of Xiu.

Since the cultivation of all three plants would produce dark elements, did that mean that they no longer needed to capture demonic beasts?

However, Xiu's answer made Shen Yanxiao even more depressed.

"You'll still need demonic beasts. Even though cultivating these three plants can produce dark elements, it will still require a place where the demonic beasts converge so that the plants' effects can be maximized. Demonic beasts rely on the dark elements from those plants, while the Moling plant needs the aura from the demonic beasts for growth. The Moling plant in your hand is only a young bud, so it can only produce a limited amount of dark elements. After it matures, it will be able to produce more dark elements."

That meant that she would still have to participate in the competition in half a year.

Shen Yanxiao sighed with helplessness. Her responsibilities had increased, and the journey to undo her seal was a bleak one.

She still had to work hard to advance her skills. At the same time, she also had to break through to a Grandmaster Herbalist so that she could concoct the Blood Banquet Potion for Yun Qi.

"I guess I can only take it slowly. But I think I'll take the Moling today." Shen Yanxiao pondered for a brief moment before she made her decision.

Since the Moling had been put there accidentally, she thought it was best if she made use of a favorable situation and took it with her. Otherwise, someone might use it accidentally one day. When that happened, not only would it cause the concoction to fail, but they would have wasted such a rare ingredient as well.

After the war between the gods and devils had ended, and the Devil Clan returned to the underground, no one knew where they took up residence. If she wanted to find out where they lived, it would be harder than climbing up to the heavens. Therefore, it would be quite impossible to find another Moling plant.

After she made her decision, Shen Yanxiao immediately grabbed the Moling plant, and then coaxed the reluctant and unwilling Vermillion Bird back into her body as she walked toward the entrance.

The teacher who waited outside the door was slightly shocked when he saw her.

She had only gone into the medicine storage room for three hours, and she still had half of the remaining time available. The teacher had not expected her to leave the room so early.

When Shangguan Xiao went to the medicine storage room, he only left the room at the very last minute. Why did that kid leave so quickly?

The teacher looked at Shen Yanxiao with reservations and then gave her a friendly reminder. "Have you chosen your medicinal ingredient? There are tons of ingredients in the room, and no lack of valuable ones either. It is still early, so you can take your time before you make a decision. This opportunity only comes once a month."

There were tens of thousands of medicinal ingredients in the medicine storage room, and it was not something that an ordinary person can thoroughly look through in such a short time.

Fortunately, Shen Yanxiao was not an ordinary person. Even though she could not go through all of the cabinets personally in such a short period, she had a mythical beast to find the most valuable medicinal ingredients for her.

Shen Yanxiao smiled at the teacher and said, "There is no need. I have made my decision." As she spoke, Shen Yanxiao raised the hand that held the Moling plant and waited for the teacher's reaction.