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The Strongest Legend of Dragon Ball CH 215

Author:Xiaya Category:urban Update time:2022-10-29 05:15:02


“4.8 million Battle Power!”

On the side, Xiaya curiously watched them.

After the fusion, Xiling and Myers’ combined Battle Power was a little higher than he had expected, but the difference was not much.

It was just a little over 8 times Myers Battle Power.

“How is it My strength” The just fused girl, Meiling, raised her head proudly, revealing her delicate face that brimmed with a condescending attitude.

“Tsk tsk.

Xiling’s and Myers’s personalities have merged!” Xiaya sighed.

Xiling was haughty deep in her bones, and Myers — she was totally a little devil.

Xiaya recalled that when he first saw Myers, she was wearing two bracelets strung together with little bells on her hands, acting very arrogant!

So, Meiling’s personality needed some discipline!

“Pa!” He struck the girl’s head with some strength and scolded, “You still haven’t started training after your fusion succeeded Fusion Technique can only hold out for half an hour!”

Meiling scratched her head, laughed and said to Xiaya, “Then, come and be my sparring partner.

With this miss’s latent talent, maybe soon she can break through to Super Saiyan.”

Xiaya glanced at her and said, “I will fight with you in Normal State.

Remember, I will not be lenient…” Xiaya was aware that Meiling’s foundation was still lacking for her to transform into Super Saiyan.

Only through non-stop fighting could she can gradually increase her strength.

“OK!” After agreeing in a loud voice, Meiling moved back a short distance and adopted a fighting posture, with a serious expression.

Facing Xiaya, she did not dare to take him lightly.

Xiaya leisurely smiled and nodded.

Then, he walked leisurely towards Meiling.

With each step he took, his aura slowly increased.

When he arrived before her, his Battle Power had already reached a shocking 5 million!

This was so that he could cater to Meiling’s Battle Power; he didn’t have to use his full strength.

Meiling’s expression became more serious as she gradually entered her peak state.

Xiaya smiled faintly and suddenly disappeared from Meiling’s line of sight.

“Oh…” Meiling whispered, seemingly pondering something.

Her dark eyes kept turning, looking for the place where Xiaya was.


Xiaya’s figure suddenly appeared by her side, and like a steel claw, his palm rested on the girl’s shoulder.

Then, he exerted strength, and the tremendous force sent Meiling flying.

Xiaya quickly advanced and arrived by her side before she could land on the ground.

Then, he attacked again.


Dust flew, and the ground trembled violently as cobweb-like cracks appeared in all directions.

Meiling was sprawled out in the middle of a huge crater.

She seemed to be staring blankly at the clouds floating in the sky, and she didn’t stand up for a while.

“Your body can’t keep up with your rhythm.

The first thing you need to do now is adapt to your strength.

If you can’t control your power, attempts to breakthrough will be futile — and would be nothing but a pipe dream!” Xiaya’s voice was light as a feather, and his sharp eyes saw through Meiling’s current situation with only a quick glance.

Meiling was very strong, but her combat awareness could not keep up with her body’s movements.

This is obviously because of her unstable and shallow foundation.

The sudden increase in strength was beyond her controlling ability.

She merely had strength, but she didn’t know how to use it.

Take amputated patients as an example; although the defects on their body disappear when prosthetic limbs are installed, they would find walking difficult, not to mention fight.

Therefore, the next few days, Xiaya began to train Meiling on combat awareness and sense of fighting rhythm.

Fortunately, Xiling and Myers themselves were excellent warriors.

After fusion, Meiling also had quite an extraordinary potential.

Apart from the initial discomfort, Meiling quickly learned to control her body.

However, Xiaya’s current level was very high, especially after merging Planet Metamor’s martial arts concept.

He had begun to further innovate and improve his martial arts.

In his eyes, Meiling’s seemingly perfect movements were filled with flaws.

“Here, here, here.

Your punch is still not sharp enough; control of strength is too rigid; the enemy will not stand there and let you hit whenever you want; when you punch —remember to exercise control — and only use some of your strength to attack.

You can not use your full strength…”

“And here, the real attack should have sufficient power.

Discard any unnecessary movements; accumulate a little, and your one attack will be deadly.”

“Before attacking, your imposing manner should be like a rainbow, pressing forward with an indomitable will, hardly giving the enemy any time to prepare!”

“The attack should be like wind and thunder, and fast like lightning!”

“Until you attack, you should be as stable as Mount Tai and as heavy as a boulder!”

Xiaya stood on the side and watched Meiling’s movements and gave her pointers from time to time, which Meiling would tacitly understand and keep adjusting her movements, making them as fluid as possible.

Seeing as Meiling’s training was on the right track, Xiaya also quietly began to train the “Vacuum Technique”.

It was of the highest priority to him.


North Area, a starfield near Earth.

This place was quite far away from the chaos of Frieza Force — a place that was of no interest to most Forces.

In addition to Earth, there were more than a dozen low-level planets here that weren’t known to anyone.

Since there were no valuable excessive resources, except for life and water, the planets weren’t plundered by other Forces.

In the boundless universe, the group of stars exuded enchanting pale white rays of light.

Suddenly, a bright light ray streaked between the planets.

In the darkness of space, this light ray was particularly eye-catching.

From close up, one could see that it was an oval-shaped bright dot.

It was a small spacecraft, only dozen meters long.

It had three concentric circle symbols engraved on it.

This was the symbol of Capsule Corporation.

The interior of the spaceship was divided into three sections: front, middle, and back.

The room was a little messy.

In the front pilot’s cabin, a beautiful blond woman wore revealing pajamas and drank from a bottle of drink in her hand.

“Jaco, that guy, apart from sending some emails, he basically forgot about me — his friend.

It’s good that the people of Planet Hongshan are nice…”

Putting down the drink, the blonde woman Tights nonchalantly laid down on a chair in the pilot’s cabin, and her beautiful blonde hair hung down the chair.

The spaceship was fully automated and did not require her to pilot it.

It had been a few years since Xiaya first saw Tights, and now, the 21-years-old Tights was in her youthful and beautiful time.

She was much more mature compared to a few years ago.

A few years ago, Planet Hongshan and Dr.

Brief’s Capsule Corporation collaborated in launching Hoi-Poi Capsules, which widened Tights’ outlook.

For her, someone that was determined to become a sci-fi novel author, this was a good way to collect materials.

And a long time ago, after leaving earth, Jaco, who was going to take her to other planets, disappared; even his shadow couldn’t be found.

After waiting for six years, there was still no news, which made her very angry.

Fortunately, she was able to contact the Feidaya people through her father, Dr.

Brief, and got a some small spacecraft from them.

Otherwise, if she wanted to enter the universe, no one knows how long it would have taken!

“But Feidaya people only gave me the star chart of a few nearby starfields.

They said that it was too dangerous for her to go to the areas further away!”

After lying down for a while, Tights donned on a skintight dress, which she usually wore, and placed a large, soft, purple hat on her head.

She went to the work-room in the middle of the spaceship, preparing to start her daily writing.

But today’s writing, as usual, was bad as before.

Writing a few words was like squeezing every word out of her, and this made Tights as an author, extremely uncomfortable.

She took a fountain pen and scribbled on the booklet.

Unable to find her train of thought, she simply tossed the pen onto the table and sighed in her heart.

“It’s a pity that I can’t go to many places; otherwise, I would surely get creative ideas and inspiration to write amazing novels…”

Suddenly, a bang sounded, and the spacecraft quivered fiercely.

Apparently, it had hit something.

A fierce alarm followed, and the spaceship began to fall toward a nearby planet.

“Heyy, what’s happening” Tights screamed loudly as she held a handrail in the spaceship.

Through the portholes on both sides, she saw a spherical spacecraft, which wasn’t far from hers, also falling.

It was obvious that this accident had been caused by the collision of the two spacecrafts.

“I actually came across such a thing…” Not only was there no fear in her voice, instead it was filled with a hint of excitement.

“This is the writing inspiration.

Sure enough, as the seniors have said, art originates from life, but it is higher than life.

It wasn’t wrong at all!”

Tights couldn’t wait to pick up a pen and record her experience, which she would polish slightly and turn into a popular science fiction.


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