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As it turned out, even if only a tenth of her strength was left, Gu Shengyin was still able to maintain the wind while under the siege of numerous high-leveled vampires.
But, this was just barely not letting the wind fall. (但也仅仅是不落下风而已)
Rita was getting more and more excited. She said to the vampire behind her: “She is already very weak. So long as we persist, we will succeed.”
As Gu Shengyin persevered, a wave of weakness burst in her body. She even felt her eyesight become somewhat blurred.
“Lancelot, if you don’t come, I may truly fall into eternal sleep…” She murmured.
The system couldn’t interfere with this type of development of the original storyline.
At most, what it could do was wake up its host so that she would not fall into eternal sleep so quickly.
As if her words were truly heard, in the next moment, she sensed Lancelot’s breath.
An unstoppable sword ray that carried cold, murderous intent and violent rage advanced towards Rita.
Rita was not as fast as the sword ray. She dodged and avoided her vital areas. However, her entire left arm was completely cut off.
Lancelot had no time to fight with her, and his figure flashed towards Gu Shengyin’s side.
He just caught his lover’s collapsed body just in time.
Those vampires once again knelt on the ground.
The blood suppression of Prince McKathway from the victorious period could not be compared with Gu Shengyin’s.
“Rita, you are good. You are very good!” Olwen gnashed his teeth as he looked at her.
Rita already knew that this operation had completely failed. She lifted her head and smiled at him with disdain: “I am not a coward like you. I will fight for what I like! If I had your strength, I would absolutely never let her fall into the hands of others.”
Olwen lowered his head and looked at her: “Even if you disregard her wishes and let her hate you forever?”
Rita’s expression changed, and then sneered: “That is always better than getting nothing.”
Olwen looked at her condescendingly: “The blood and honor of the McKathway that I was bestowed with made me disdain doing this type of lowly, despicable behavior.”
“Your conducts and deeds are not worthy of the McKathway’s blood. I shall revoke the blood that had been bestowed to you.”
As his firm voice fell, Rita’s body had an obvious change.
Her tender and lovely skin rapidly withered, and her moist red hair became snow white. In just a few seconds, she changed from a magnificent young woman to an old woman approaching her coffin.1
“This…This is not me. This is not me!” Rita saw this scene and practically shrieked.
“This is you. Without the blood I bestowed to you, you are nothing.” Olwen no longer looked at her and turned to leave.
Without the vampire’s ability to live forever, this woman would be unable to live much longer.
“What happened to her?” Olwen walked to Lancelot’s side.
“Sleeping.” The other person’s reply was concise.
Olwen carefully looked at Gu Shengyin: “She forcibly woke up during her weak period and also fought with people. This time, her hibernation may be extended indefinitely, waiting for her strength to fully recover.”
Lancelot held the person in his arms and stood up: “It doesn’t matter. I have enough time to wait for her to wake up.”
Olwen watched him carry her away. After half a day, withdrew his eyes and mockingly laughed at himself. He resigned himself to his fate and helped him tidy up the aftermath behind him.
1. approaching one’s coffin – with one foot in the grave↩