Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 1296 - An'an Runs Away From Home (1)

Chapter 1296 - An'an Runs Away From Home (1)

Chapter 1296: An’an Runs Away From Home (1)



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Muir instantly felt as if his heart was filled with strong emotion, that he no longer had any more regrets in his life. Even if he was told to die now, he’d have no regrets.

Bai Qingqing felt uneasy from his gaze and poked his st.u.r.dy chest with her slender finger. “What… are you looking at? Let’s go home.”

Go home…

These two simple words gave Muir the urge to cry.

He smiled and thought,

With you around, everywhere is home.

“Alright, let’s go home.” Muir let go of her and turned into his eagle form.

Bai Qingqing secretly exhaled and climbed onto Muir’s back with a reddened face.

When the little eagle saw that his daddy was going to fly, he struggled to dart out from his mommy’s embrace. He then flapped his wings and flew by himself.

“Screech—” Right’s wings flapped loudly.

Bai Qingqing smiled and said, “Alright, Right can fly back home yourself.”

Muir flapped his wings and flew as well, very quietly but countless times stronger than Right. With a glide, he flew for a very long distance.

“Screech!” Right quickly followed behind. As he had just learned to fly, even though he exerted all of his strength, he could only lag far behind his father.

Watching as his parents looked increasingly smaller, the admiration in Right’s gaze grew increasingly intense.

One day, he’d become a strong eagle beastman like his daddy! He was going to be like his daddy, carrying his mommy and flying quickly.

All the wheat in front of their house had been kept, and many wheat grains were embedded into the soil. Many wild birds were digging out the food from the ground, and so was Left. He’d occasionally drive the birds that came to steal the food away, adding them to his diet.

Although they lived in the tribe, Left didn’t live differently from other little eagles. He had become independent as well.

When he was hungry, he’d eat some grains or hunt small animals nearby. Life was considered good.


Right’s voice rang out from the sky. Left raised his head with a peck of wheat in his beak.

Hearing the sound, the leopard cubs came running out. Seeing that Right was flying too, all of them opened their eyes wide.

They then looked toward a big tree at the side in unison.

“Screech!” Right landed on Third and wiped his beak with his fur.

“Howl!” Third looked at his shadow cast on the ground. When he saw that eagle shadow, he jumped up.

Right let out two cries, then flapped his wings and flew.

The amount of hate he was getting from the leopard cubs now was the same as the amount of joy they had spent playing together.

Watching as Right flew high up, the leopard cubs on the ground started howling and chasing after him.

Since Right flew high up, they climbed up trees, darting around like three golden-furred monkeys.

Bai Qingqing and Muir stood on top of the castle, looked at the children for a while, then smiled while looking at each other.

When Parker came back, Right had already gotten used to flying. Compared to Left, who loved to eat grains, he loved meat more. In the past, he looked fat, but now, he looked very strong and st.u.r.dy.

Parker held a big bunch of fresh flowers as he stood outside for a while looking at the children playing freely. He then smiled and entered the stone castle.

“Qingqing, I’m back. Look what I’ve brought you.”

Bai Qingqing and An’an were staring at each other. Bai Qingqing said “Mommy” to An’an many times, but An’an just quietly accepted it. There was even a hint of impatience in her gaze.

Hearing Parker’s voice, the annoyance in her heart immediately dissipated. She put An’an down and stood up.


She had just spoken when Parker dashed into the main hall, picked her up, and turned a few rounds.

After returning to the ground, Bai Qingqing felt very giddy and shook her head a little. When she saw the blue flowers in his hand, she opened her eyes wide in surprise.

“Blue flowers? What a bright color. I’ve finally found the third primary color.”