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Starchild Escapes Arranged Marriage – Chapter 395

Publish Time: 2022-06-15 07:11:47 156 views
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Chapter 395:|47 Chess|Players
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"Ding!" As|the last|grain of|sand dropped|to the|bottom of|the sandglass,|the entire|entrance test|was over.
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There|were hundreds|of people|who could|set foot|onto the|stairs in|the Sky|Tower, God|Tower and|Dragon Tower,|arguably, they|were the|real elites|and wise|men in|the endless|god's domains.
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Some|of them|were knights,|who never|conceded on|the battlefield.
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Some|of them|were monks,|who penanced,|trying to|understand the|rules of|the world.
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Some|of them|were sages|who built|tall magic|towers.
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There were|even real|gods, dragons,|and mysterious|living beings.
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Undoubtedly,|it was|a celebration|of the|highest wisdom|in the|endless god|domain world,|it was|a stage|that only|appeared once|in a|thousand years.
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Finally,|when the|entrance test|finished, there|were only|47 people|who were|formally allowed|to enter|the Starry|Sky Chessboard.
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"The|entrance test|has finished,|you have|passed the|test. Please|choose your|code name."|A huge|chessboard appeared|in front|of Yun|Xi.
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One star|after another|started to|appear on|the chessboard.
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Every|star meant|a chess|player who|would join|the game.
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It|was the|battlefield of|wisdom, even|gods would|be excited|on this|stage of|glory.
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Almost all|the 47|people were|legend ranked|living beings.
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Only|a few|of them|were hero|ranked living|beings. They|could pass|the entrance|test of|the "Nine|Chess Pieces|Go", which|meant that|they had|very special|abilities or|bloodlines that|could let|them obtain|legend ranked|computing power.
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"47|people? Oh,|this means|that several|new 'star|points' will|be born!"
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Norn,|the God|of Wisdom|habitually calculated|the standard|of the|chess players.
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Every|time, the|Starry Sky|Chessboard would|appear in|the seven|towers randomly,|so the|number of|the chess|players would|change every|time. This|time, there|were 47|chess players.|In Norn's|memory, the|chess players|this time|were the|most.
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Because of|Norn, the|God of|Wisdom, the|entire Western|God's Domain|was fanatical|to Star|Go, he|himself was|the recognized|strongest chess|player, the|only "6|star points"|in the|seven towers.
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"As|expected, the|Ruby Dragon|of the|Dragon Tower|also comes|this time."|He looked|at the|bright star|in the|north.
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In the|Starry Sky|Chessboard, the|higher "star|points" one|had obtained,|the brighter|one's star|would become.
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As|the only|"6 star|points" chess|player, the|god who|once obtained|60 successive|victories, his|star was|the brightest.|
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However, even|so, he|didn't know|if he|could obtain|more than|60 successive|victories this|time.
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Because playing|Star Go|would drain|his spiritual|strength. When|entering the|last phase,|he would|have to|play with|the chess|players who|weren't inferior|to him,|thus the|consuming of|his spiritual|strength, he|would be|unable to|replenish it|at that|time.
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It was|a real|harsh battlefield|of wisdom.|Even to|him, it|was almost|impossible to|obtain 100|successive victories.
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In|fact, he|knew that|his 60|successive victories|last time|was because|of luck.|The Ruby|Dragon Orfina's|Go Strength|was just|half-and-half with|him. He|defeated Orfina|after she|obtained 50|successive victories,|and she|defeated him|after he|obtained 60|successive victories.
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The|gap between|"5 star|points" and|"6 star|points" wasn't|wide. If|he wasted|too much|energy when|playing with|Orfina, it|would even|be possible|to be|defeated by|"4 star|points" chess|players.
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Everything was|possible on|the Starry|Sky Chessboard,|even Norn|couldn't avoid|failure if|he didn't|give his|whole attention|to any|of his|opponents.
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He was|the strongest|chess player,|because his|record was|stable. He|had more|than 50%|chance to|defeat any|of the|"5 star|points" chess|players. Although|Orfina wasn't|inferior to|him, she|liked to|take risks|when playing,|so her|record was|unstable.
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When Norn|was observing|other people,|other people|were also|observing the|opponents around|themselves.
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Theoretically, if|you didn't|quit, you|could play|as many|turns as|you wanted|here. Therefore,|everyone on|the Starry|Sky Chessboard|would meet|each other|more than|once.
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Most of|them already|became acquaintances,|only several|new faces|appeared this|time.
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"The God|of Wisdom"|was Norn's|code name,|"Ruby Princess"|was Orfina's|code name.|She was|called the|smartest dragon|in the|Dragon God's|Domain, and|her true|body was|a star.
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Apart|from them|two, there|were several|"4 star|points" chess|players, such|as "Black|Mage", "Maple|Teeth", and|"Duck Rome".|They also|defeated "The|God of|Wisdom" and|"Ruby Princess"|several times.
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Compared|to them,|the new|chess players|had zero|star points|now, so|most of|them didn't|pay too|much attention|to these|newbies.
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This|time, there|were four|new chess|players.
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"Maha Mystery"|- apparently,|it was|an eastern|style code|name, this|was a|new chess|player from|the Sky|Tower.
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"Hero of|Might" -|this was|a mysterious|chess player|from the|Dragon Tower.
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"Cyber|Elf Alpha"|- nobody|heard this|code name|before. Maybe|it was|a legend|ranked elf.
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"A|Cloud in|the Sky"|- it|really was|a strange|code name.|Nobody knew|who this|new chess|player was.
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At|this time,|nobody would|know what|a storm|these newbies|would roll|up.
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Everyone looked|at the|two strongest|chess players,|Norn and|Orfina, and|expected an|earth shattering|competition between|them.
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"Ok, I|will use|this code|name." Yun|Xi was|satisfied with|the code|name he|just chose.
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"A|Cloud in|the Sky"|meant that|he wanted|to be|as free|as the|cloud in|the sky.
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