Mesmerizing Ghost Doctor

Chapter 3969 - 3969: Not A Refuge
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Chapter 3969: Not A Refuge

Translator: Misty Cloud Translations Editor: Misty Cloud Translations

He wanted to turn around and avoid the murderous breath that shot down from the sky. However, his body was held down by a powerful pressure. He stood there frozen to the spot, unable to move. Even his Nascent Soul was unable to escape and he could only watch the blow coming towards him.

As he watched the blow coming from far to near, his pupils narrowed slightly and he heard a whooshing sound at his ears. The blow penetrated the Nascent Soul in his body with a whooshing sound. At that moment, he clearly felt his body being torn apart and a breath of death enveloped instantly. His Nascent Soul was shattered and his cultivation completely abolished. His body made a loud bang at that moment.

“Boom!” 𝔣𝔯𝔢𝔢𝔴𝔢𝖇𝖓𝔬𝖛𝔢𝔩.𝖈𝔬𝖒

Without even having a chance to scream, his whole body exploded into pieces and scattered in that corner, with only the scent of blood that lingered in the air…

“Leave no one alive!”

Xuanyuan MO Ze’s voice came high up from the sky as his cold eyes passed over the cultivators who were preparing to escape. Almost as soon as he had spoken, Du Fan and the others attacked the cultivators.

Although they were all injured, they were still capable of dealing with those cultivators. Within the time of half an incense stick, shrill cries were heard everywhere and corpses fell to the ground. Blood splashed all over the ground outside the inn and the whole place looked like a battlefield, which made people shudder involuntarily.

“Waaaaaaaaa…”

The children were still crying. Feng Jiu reached out and touched their foreheads, worry filled her eyes.

“How are the children?” Xuanyuan MO Ze came to her side and took one of the children from her arms. When he looked at his pair of children’s faces red from the cold, his eyes were full of self-blame and protectiveness.

“Their foreheads feel a little hot, they probably have a fever. Let’s go back first!” Feng Jiu said, and holding the child in her arms, she walked back to the inn quickly.

The two of them entered the inn and came to a room that hadn’t been destroyed. After they put the two children on the bed, they wrapped them up quickly with more clothes. However, due to being exposed to the cold temperature that night and being frightened, the two children kept crying and didn’t stop even when their voices became hoarse.

“Be good, don’t cry anymore, Mother is here.”

Feng Jiu coaxed them softly and patted their chests gently with one hand. As the two children were still very young, she couldn’t give them medicine casually. Looking at her two children crying like that, her eyes also turned red.

When Xuanyuan MO Ze saw this, he stepped forward and comforted her: “Don’t worry, the children caught a cold. It’s not a big deal. They will get better slowly.”

Although he said those words, he was still very anxious and worried. After all, their two children had never been sick since the day they were born. Now, it was because of his negligence that they were like this, how could he not feel guilty?

“It’s my fault. If I had put the children into space, maybe this wouldn’t have happened.” She blamed herself.

Upon hearing this, Xuanyuan MO Ze looked at her directly. Seeing that she had lowered her head and her eyes were red with a look of remorse on her face, he sat on the edge of the bed and placed his hands on her shoulders, then turned her around to face him.

“Ah Jiu, you didn’t do anything wrong. This is not your fault. I am to blame for my failure to protect our children. There is one thing that I hope you realise, your space is not a safety net. We cannot put our children in your space as soon as something happens. It is not a refuge..”

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