Pocket Hunting Dimension - Chapter 1050 - Very Simple

Chapter 1050 - Very Simple

Chapter 1050: Very Simple


Dragon Boat Translation


Dragon Boat Translation

Lu Ze and the girls entered the city with Fred.

The streets were filled with shops and looked very prosperous.

Lu Ze and his group were quite surprised.

After all, the place just survived an insectoid tide.

‘Are there still a lot of living beings on the trade planet?’

Mirium pointed out, “Brother Lu Ze looks very surprised.”

Lu Ze smiled and nodded. “A bit.”

She smiled and explained, “When the insectoid tide began, it was a bit chaotic, but after a long period of cleaning up, the internal regions had improved. You will only see traces of intense battles in the outer regions.”

“Moreover, since some races aren’t powerful enough, they are forced to buy some supplies that could protect what remains of their race.”

Lu Ze could see the crowd gathering at equipment shops.

Most of the customers were star states. There were a few cosmic system states as well.

From observing, the equipment getting sold wasn’t of high quality.

Still, the buyers went in desperately and came out excitedly.

They probably bought what they wanted.

At this moment, two 1-meter tall white-haired and bear-like patrons exited a shop. They wore dejected expressions.

One of them said, “It’s over for us. We already gathered the resources of our entire race. Still, we failed to buy a high-level one-time-use item…”

The other one cried. “What do we do? What do we do? The leader of our race and the others can’t hold on longer.”

Fred said, “These weak races aren’t likely to survive during the onslaught of an insectoid tide.”

In the next moment, Fred nodded. “During this period, countless races are destroyed by the insectoids.”

This has become the new norm in the universe. The Elf Cosmic Realm consists of tens of thousands of races. Most of those are only star state and planetary state races.

Lu Ze and the girls looked at each other. All of them saw a shadow of the previous Human Race on the two white bears.

Mirium said, “Brother Lu Ze? Should we move now?”

Lu Ze smiled. “Give me a moment.”

He reached out his right hand, wherein earth runes appeared. Thereafter, a yellow sand morphed to cloak his body.

Endless runes of Sand G.o.d Art formed on his hand. They merged into one rune, creating an earth yellow rune.

After half a minute, the process was completed. The rune floated freely in his hand.

Lu Ze gave a nod of approval. “It worked at one go. Not bad.”

Ever since he achieved perfect mastery of Sand One Divine Art, he gained the ability to make his own one-time divine art runes once he learned them from the Pocket Hunting Dimension.

Naturally, the quality of the runes he made couldn’t compare with the ones from the Pocket Hunting Dimension. Their maximum power was capped at the peak of the cosmic system state.

Still, he was deeply satisfied to have created one.

‘One of these should be enough, right?’

He threw the rune towards the white bears.

Seeing it, one of the white bears suddenly jumped up.

‘What is this?’

‘When did it appear in my hands?’

He looked around in a daze, but only a voice rang in his head. “This one-time divine rune has a peak cosmic system state power. Use it to save your race. It can only be used once. Cherish it.”

The white bear was stunned. He looked at the rune as his body shook excitedly.

When he scanned the surroundings to locate his benefactor, he didn’t find anyone looking at them.

The other white bear simply thought that his friend couldn’t handle the pressure and went mad. He quickly pulled his fellow bear. “Xiao Bai, let’s return. Even if we have to die, we should die with the leader!”

Xiao Bai dragged his friend and ran.

He was about to open his mouth, but he quickly s.h.i.+fted to communicating telepathically. “Xiao Er, we don’t need to die! We don’t need to die! Our race is saved!”

Xiao Er questioned, “Saved?”

Xiao Bai quickly told Xiao Er about the divine art rune he received.

Xiao Er grew very excited too. “Who… is that master?”

Xiao Bai shook his head. “I don’t know. I couldn’t find him for a long time. I will set a wors.h.i.+p stand for this master and pay my respect to him every day!”

“Yes, quickly! We can save our race!”

The two departed without further ado.

Lu Ze felt glad. He found those two bears adorable and cute. Hence, he felt compelled to help them. It wasn’t that hard anyway, and he got to test his hypothesis.

Alice praised, “Senior is a really nice person.”

She too was saved by him in that manner.

Nangong Jing grinned “Ze! I wanted to do it too.”

Lu Ze flicked her forehead. “Let’s go now.”

In the end, he saw Fred, Yi Lei, Mirium, and Cager watching him with astonishment.


“What’s wrong with you guys?”

‘Why does it seem like they encountered a ghost just then?’

Mirium questioned, “Brother Lu Ze, how did you do that?”

“What do you mean?”

‘What did he do?’

Fred asked, “That rune… How did you create it?

Lu Ze casually answered, “Oh, you mean that rune earlier? I just casually drew it though. It’s a very simple process. You can do the same as long as you understand your divine art well enough.”

The corners of his mouth curved up. “I just wanted to test it. Luckily, it actually worked during my first try.”


‘Simple… Simple, my a.s.s!’

‘If it were simple, why couldn’t they do it too?’

‘Understanding of divine art…’

Yi Lei exclaimed to the other three telepathically, “What sort of monster is he? I’m willing to bet that his divine art achieved perfect mastery! If not, I’ll crash into a neutron star!”

For cultivators like them, it isn’t difficult to attain beginner mastery when it comes to divine arts. The true struggle starts at achieving familiar mastery.

If someone were to reach experienced mastery though, a ruckus would surely follow.

As for perfect mastery of divine art…

‘Isn’t it just a myth?’