Jackie let out a light laugh as he explained, “You don’t have to worry about how I determined what his specialization is just yet. All you need to know is that Bobby is safe. He’s been transferred into the true energy field. If he’s smart, he’ll probably start training immediately.”
Jackie then fell silent as he once more turned to look at the lights around him. Meanwhile, everyone began to ramble about the events.
A few of them had asked Jackie questions, but Jackie ignored all of them as he merely observed the lights. Even though Jackie was just speculating, he was their leader for the time being, so his words obviously carried some weight. If Jackie was right, that Bobby was already in a true energy field training, would they not be at a disadvantage if they entered late?
The wandering warriors were all eager to get started, knowing that they could be losing out. No one wanted to give up on any potential rewards!
A short while after that, someone else finally took a step forward. He had gray clothes on and a beard. He walked to the nearest light before him, and this caught Jackie’s attention.
The person reached out at the red light, and the moment he did, the red light immediately turned yellow.
What happened next was just like what happened to Bobby. The yellow light enveloped the person’s body, and the person was sucked in immediately. The light turned back to red after the person vanished from sight.
Jackie let out a sigh of relief. It was just as he thought!
With the first, there would naturally be the second. The other wandering warriors started reaching out toward the lights, and it was not long until their numbers dwindled. From the initial fear came the calm, after all.
Rudy, meanwhile, felt restless. He whispered into Jackie’s ear, “Since everyone’s already entered, we should go.”
Rudy had thought that Jackie would have done something after three people were sent in, yet Jackie made no moves whatsoever, still composed and standing still. Instead, it was Rudy who started to get anxious.
Jackie turned to look at Rudy. “There’s no need to panic. They’re all not using their heads because they’re worried about losing out. They entered so impatiently, but they forgot that the ten disciples from the Unbreaking Pavilion are still inside.”
Rudy felt like his head was doused with a bucket of cold water, snapping him out of his restlessness upon realizing Jackie was right. Disciples from the Unbreaking Pavilion were still inside, and it would not end well if they were to meet.
Rudy was incredibly conflicted as he grabbed Jackie’s arm. “Then, what do we do?”
Jackie turned and looked at Rudy, helplessly pursing his lips. He had not planned on bringing Rudy along. Rudy, truthfully, was slowing him down. Nonetheless, there were times when Jackie had to be worried for Rudy. After all, they were companions.