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Qian Lingyu dared not continue. Gu Xijiu had imposed a tremendous amount of pressure upon him, so he dared not act impetuously.
Gu Xijiu took another look at his tongue and the back of his ears. She even touched the back of his head, making his flesh creep.
Was she only acting just to take advantage of him because of his handsome looks?
He would not mind, even if she were really taking advantage of him. If that were the case, he was even hoping that she would take it to the next level.
Then, he did not continue to say anything, as his face became redder and redder.
Gu Xijiu did not pay attention to his facial expression. She frowned a little after checking all the spots that she should be checking.
His pulse and other conditions seemed a bit strange. There was indeed a tiny vein that had been obstructed. Although tiny, it was the most vital one to practice one’s skills.
Just like the optic nerve, it was so small to the point that it was negligible. However, once it was impaired, the eye would lose its ability to see.
The vein was of the utmost importance, but it was extremely difficult to be cured once impaired.
Most importantly, she somehow felt that his condition and Rong Jialuo’s were somewhat alike though not exactly the same.
What Rong Jialuo had back then was a kind of venomous poison. Could it be said that Qian Lingyu had also been poisoned? Upon closer investigations, she did not find any conditions relating to poisons. Unfortunately, Qian Lingyu’s condition was even more complicated than Rong Jialuo’s. Nonetheless, there were ways to cure it.
"How is it? Am I beyond any cure?" He could not hold back his question as he saw her buried in thoughts. He hesitated, then continued as if he did not care at all, "Don’t you worry. I am not hopeful about it anyway; you can just tell me the truth. I am fine with it."
Gu Xijiu looked at him briefly and hesitated, "Your condition is indeed a little complicated, but it is not one that cannot be cured. However, the chances of recovery are only fifty-fifty. I dare not make any guarantees."
"What?" Qian Lingyu’s eyes brightened. His voice trembled as he said, "You… You’re saying that you have a way?"
Half was good enough. He had already lost all hope anyway.
He had forgotten the inappropriateness of interactions between opposite s.e.xes. He grabbed her hand immediately and said, "You… Are you telling me the truth? What do you need me to do? You can tell me any ingredients that you need."
Gu Xijiu pulled her hand back and patted his shoulder, "Don’t rush. Allow me eight days to get ready. You only need to practice your Kung Fu every day, and when you practice you must pay attention to some senses in your body…" She continued as she explained the details that he had to perform and pay attention to.
Hurriedly, Qian Lingyu promised her as his heart burned with anxiety, "What do you need to get ready? I can help you with the preparation; maybe we can speed things up."
Gu Xijiu smiled a little and said, "There is no need for that, you’ll only have to follow my instructions and practice your Kung Fu. Of course, you need to write down the details of every practice. As for the rest, just do as I say."
Qian Lingyu nodded his head, "Great!"
A light flickered in Gu Xijiu’s eyes. Eight days later, she would probably stir up another great ripple.
The house that The Lord had built for her was very odd. Only Gu Xijiu and her three majestic beings were allowed to enter freely. The rest would have to break the outermost shelter to enter. Who would break the shelter that The Lord had built? Therefore, others could not easily enter the house.
Gu Xijiu did not know about it at first.