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The Good for Nothing Seventh Miss CH 1362

Author:North Night Category:Unreal Update time:2022-10-29 05:20:12


Chapter 1362: A Wave Of Unrest Has Started Again (3)

Su Qian and Su Chens grandfather was an old man around the age of seventy.

When the tribe was in trouble, he brought Su Chen and Su Qian to the Moonshine Tribe alone.

In the world of elves, elves would stay in various cities according to their parents rank before they reached adulthood.

Only after they reached adulthood would they undergo a rank test and be assigned to other cities.

Su Qian and Su Chens grandfather was a black elf with a black badge named Su Yue.

No one knew why he would bring his two grandchildren to the demoted Moonshine Tribe.

An Ran found Su Yue and explained Shen Yanxiaos intentions to Su Yue.

The old man merely remained silent for a moment before he nodded and agreed to Shen Yanxiaos suggestion.

After Shen Yanxiao received the news, she directly wrote a letter to Elder Yue.

In the letter, she only mentioned Su Qian and Su Chen, these two children.

She did not mention a single word about the trouble she encountered.

Shen Yanxiao intended to bring Su Qian and Su Chen to Wind City and hand them over to Elder Yue before she left for Moonshine City.

She also intended to tell him about herself.

With the matter settled, Shen Yanxiao did not think much about the Qingyuan Tribe.

If the enemy did not move, she would not move.

She would wait and see.

Unfortunately, things didnt go as planned.

One morning, five sage-like old men appeared at the entrance of the Moonshine Tribe.

When the elf guarding the gate saw the tribal badge on their chests, his jaw nearly dropped.

One of the guards stumbled toward the Moonshine Tribe and screamed like a pig being slaughtered along the way.

“Leader… leader, the seniors of the Moonlight Tribe have arrived…”

Shen Yanxiao, who was currently in her room, was hastily dragged into the hall by An Ran.

When she saw the old man who was chatting with An Yan in the hall, her expression was extremely horrified.

“Grandpa Wu En… why are you here” It had only been two days since she delivered the letter, and with the exception of Elder Yue and Lan Si, everyone from the Moonlight Tribe had set off.

Wu En, Cang Yan, Liang Qiu, Qing Xuan, Jing You…

These five elves whose names had shocked the world had appeared in the Moonshine Tribe at the same time.

All of them looked at Shen Yanxiao with loving gazes.

“XiaoEr, we know about what you told Wu Yue.

Hurry and bring those two little guys here to meet us.” Wu En practically could not wait to speak.

His pair of eyes were shining with green light; he looked as if he was hungry for food.

He was really not polite at all.

Shen Yanxiao was speechless as she looked up at the sky.

She had belittled the Moonlight Tribes eagerness for elves.

“Ill bring Su Qian and Su Chen here!” An Ran was smart enough to immediately run to Su Qian and Su Chen before Shen Yanxiao could say anything.

Not long afterwards, two timid elves were brought into the hall.

Su Qian and Su Chen did not know what was happening.

The moment they entered the hall, they were met with five passionate gazes.

The two little guys were so frightened that they subconsciously hid behind Shen Yanxiao.

Each of them pulled on Shen Yanxiaos sleeves and revealed half of their timid faces as they looked at Wu En and the rest.

“Your appearance is pretty good and very likable.” Qing Xuan nodded with satisfaction.

He pretended to be calm, but the burning excitement in his eyes had ruined his calm facade.

“Theyre still young and can be molded.” Cang Liang touched his chin and revealed a smile.


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