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Qin Chuan asked the system.
The system answered, “This is a clone, specially used to help the host cultivate.”
Qin Chuan didn’t understand and continued, “Can you explain in more detail?”
“When you learn the immortal cultivation techniques, you don’t need to cultivate by yourself. Instead, your clones will practice the technique continuously.
“In addition, if the level of the clone increases, so will the host’s level.”
After hearing this, Qin Chuan started to understand.
Isn’t this system similar to the incremental games I used to play?!
He couldn’t wait to try.
So, Qin Chuan opened the Merchant Shop and found the cultivation techniques category.
Cultivation techniques were divided into twelve stages.
A stage one cultivation technique only required 5,000 points.
A stage two technique required 20,000 points.
And stage three needed 50,000 points.
And so on. The higher the stage of the cultivation technique, the higher the number of points required for the exchange.
The final stage, the stage 12 cultivation technique, cost 100 billion points.
For such a high price, Qin Chuan felt like he would never afford that cultivation technique.
He looked at the points he currently had and, after some consideration, exchanged them for a stage three and a stage one cultivation technique.
He would use the stage one technique for his students and the stage three technique for himself.
The stage one cultivation technique was called the Evergreen Technique. Its effect was to strengthen one’s body and increase one’s lifespan.
Generally speaking, living for three or four hundred years was normal for those who cultivated the Evergreen Technique.
The stage three cultivation technique was called the Primordial Chaos One Breathing Technique. It had all the effects of a stage one cultivation technique, but was better.
In addition to that, the True Qi cultivated from the Primordial Chaos One Breathing Technique was a unique type of True Qi called Primordial Chaos True Qi.
The might of the Primordial Chaos True Qi was several times that of ordinary True Qi.
Qin Chuan immediately started studying it after he got the technique.
He didn’t need some special enlightenment to learn the cultivation techniques. Instead, he could learn it directly.
Tapping open his cave abode, Qin Chuan checked on his clone.
His clone was surrounded by spiritual energy, and there was a progress bar at the bottom.
He realized that the progress bar was advancing at a visible speed.
At this rate, he could level up within two hours.
Qin Chuan was extremely excited.
Since he had acquired the cultivation techniques, spells and divine arts were essential as well.
Just like cultivation techniques, spells and divine arts were also divided into twelve stages.
However, the points required for divine arts were ridiculously high. A stage one divine art cost 10,000 points.
More importantly, picking up a divine art did not mean that he would be able to use it. One needed to be above the Golden Core realm to do so.
Therefore, there was no need for divine arts at this stage.
Compared to divine arts, spells were much cheaper.
Stage one spells only required 100 points.
There were five types of spell techniques: offensive, movement, defensive, control, and integrated.
Qin Chuan took a look and spent 1,000 points for 10 stage one spells.
The group Wang Zhixing had gathered for him didn’t have too many people. Ten stage 1 spells were enough for them to learn.
Now that he had both cultivation techniques and spells, starting cultivation for the basic level would be no problem.
However, cultivation wasn’t just about meditation. It also involved forging weapons, refining pills, crafting talismans, array formations, and so on.
Qin Chuan was a perfectionist.
Even though he was just starting, small as the sect was, he wanted it to be complete with every detail.
He did not hesitate to spend large amounts of points to learn.
Time slowly passed.
Qin Chuan, who had been sitting on the sofa for a long time, finally closed the system interface.
He looked at the time and was shocked.
He did not expect it to be so late.
It was already early in the morning, but he did not seem tired at all. Instead, he was especially energetic.
Qin Chuan’s eyes brimmed with vigor as he exuded an otherworldly aura.
This was because he was now considered a qualified Immortal Cultivator.
In the cave abode, the clone cultivated continuously and had long broken through to the second class of the Qi Refinement realm.
If his clone made a breakthrough, he would make a breakthrough as well.
Qin Chuan calculated that in another half a day, he would be able to reach another realm.
Now that he was a cultivator, he understood why the common people here did not believe in cultivation.
The spiritual energy in this world was extremely thin. It was almost negligible.
With such a small amount of spiritual energy, it was not surprising that people did not believe in cultivation.
However, he had the system. The spiritual energy in the sect was rich and present. Even a pig would be able to cultivate to become a demon.
So, he was confident that he could guide people to succeed in their cultivation.
Since there were only a few hours before dawn, Qin Chuan didn’t rest.
He summoned the system again and clicked on ‘sect’.
With a thought, he mysteriously disappeared.
Early in the morning, at the foot of Mountain Hu.
Qin Chuan arrived very early.
Currently, there were elderly men and women practicing their swordplay, singing, and dancing.
Qin Chuan took a closer look and realized that this group of elderly were not the same people from yesterday.
He wondered if he could trick this new group into cultivating with him.
Qin Chuan locked his gaze on an old man who was practicing his martial arts and asked loudly, “Sir, would you like to try cultivation?”
The old man was stunned. “What?”
Qin Chuan smiled and said, “Cultivation!”
The grandpa smiled and said, “Boy, you must have watched too many television dramas!
There’s no such thing as immortal cultivation these days. We have to believe in science.”
Qin Chuan replied very seriously, “Sir, cultivation is really possible.”
The old man was a little annoyed when he heard that. He warned Qin Chuan in a harsher tone, “Young man, don’t disturb my practice. Otherwise, I’ll call the police.”
Qin Chuan continued, “Sir, your boxing can strengthen one’s body and extend one’s lifespan, but it is far inferior to cultivating.
“A cultivator’s lifespan can last as long as 300 years, and we won’t suffer from any illnesses.
“Sir, are you tempted? Are you bursting with excitement to cultivate?”
The old man pulled out his phone with a sullen expression.
Seeing this, Qin Chuan immediately said, “S-Sir, don’t be rash. Don’t be rash. We can talk about this.”
The uncle said angrily, “Get lost!”
“Okay, okay, okay. I’ll leave immediately!” Qin Chuan immediately ran.
At this moment, a middle-aged woman walked over from across him.
Qin Chuan asked loudly, “Auntie, will you come cultivate?”
The lady rolled her eyes at him. “You’re crazy.”
At this moment, another old man walked over.
Qin Chuan: “Sir, do you want to come cultivate?”
Not long after, a police car arrived.
Two police officers stepped out.
The elderly surrounded them and started chattering.
Currently, Qin Chuan was waiting for the old men and women who had signed up yesterday.
He had just spoken to Wang Zhixing on the phone, who said that they would arrive soon.
The two police officers came to him.
“Sir, people have reported you for being a nuisance,” a police officer said.
Qin Chuan faltered, feeling stunned.
“Sir, this is just a misunderstanding.” Qin Chuan explained.
“The public reported that you’ve been promoting cultivation. Is that true?”
Qin Chuan didn’t deny it. He replied boldly, “Yes!”
A police officer said sternly, “Sir, modern science has proven that there is no such thing as immortal cultivation.
“Please stop this foolish behavior. If there are any more public reports, you will be punished by the law.
“Seeing as you’re a first-time offender, we’ll only give you a warning today.
“Please provide your name, ID number, current address…”
Qin Chuan didn’t explain himself. He accepted the warning and obediently filled in his personal information.
He understood that no one believed in cultivation at this stage.
But he was not discouraged.
Once the current group of people were guided onto the path of cultivation, the misconceptions towards cultivators would definitely change.
A few minutes later, Wang Zhixing arrived.
Along with him were the old men and women who had signed up for the cultivation training class yesterday.
They were talking and laughing.
“It seems like they are looking forward to cultivating!”
Qin Chuan felt gratified. In his eyes, these people were his hope.