The Mans Decree Chapter 2836

After a thorough examination, the pill refined by Kai was indeed of Seventh Level Top Tier quality, not to mention nearly perfect. There was no mistake.

“Mr. Gale, there’s no mistake. This is a Seventh Level Top Tier pill,” they said to Roderick Roderick stared at the pill, his face flushed crimson. If I admit it, that means I’ll lose. Not only will I not win the first place, but I’ll also have to kneel before Kai and give away my spiritual cauldron!

“Although this is a Seventh Level Top Tier pill, I suspect Kai didn’t refine it. You all must’ve tampered with the process and prepared the pill in advance! Otherwise, how could Kai be so calm at the beginning? Moreover, with that broken pill cauldron of his, it’s unrealistic to think he could refine a Seventh Level Top Tier pill.

The cauldron would’ve surely exploded as it couldn’t possibly withstand the might of such a high-level pill! Everyone, Kai is just a Fifth Level Top Tier alchemist, yet he managed to refine a Seventh Level Top Tier pill using that shabby cauldron within a few minutes! This is completely unfeasible. They’ve clearly conspired to deceive me. I will not accept this outcome!” Roderick began to stir everyone’s emotions, trying to use the crowd to pressure the judges.

“That’s right. I don’t think that pill cauldron can produce a Seventh Level Top Tier pill, can it?” “There’s no way a Fifth Level Top Tier alchemist could refine a Seventh Level Top Tier pill within a few minutes without the enhancement from a good pill cauldron!”

“Is there really a scheme involved? Don’t tell me even Jipsdale’s Alchemist Fair is now secretly manipulating the competition’s outcome, too?”

Everyone clamored because they, too, found it hard to believe that Kai could refine a Seventh Level Top Tier pill in just a few minutes.

The turn of events left Gregory and the other judges stumped. The pill was indeed crafted by: Kai, yet everyone else was unconvinced, so what else could they do?

“Roderick, how are you certain that my pill cauldron is junk? What if my cauldron is a specialized cauldron that is more advanced than your spiritual cauldron?” Kai couldn’t help but sneer at Roderick’s demeanor.

“Pfft! That sh*tty cauldron of yours isn’t even comparable to my spiritual cauldron, yet your dare claim it’s a specialized cauldron. What else are you capable of except boasting? If what you possess is genuinely a specialized cauldron, I’ll grovel at your feet and even address you as my dad!”

Following his words, Roderick spat on the floor, refusing to believe Kai’s grimy cauldron was a specialized cauldron. “Forget it. I don’t want a son like you.” Kai scoffed.

“Young man, don’t keep us in suspense. Why don’t you clean up your magical item and show us its true nature?” At that moment, the elderly judge from Jipsdale slowly spoke.

Kai glanced at the elderly judge, realizing the latter had recognized his Divine Cauldron, so he nodded. He walked up to his Divine Cauldron and gently tapped on it.

Immediately afterward, the blackened surface of the Divine Cauldron gradually cleared up, turning into a yellow-bronze color. A glow emanated from the inside of the cauldron, and the words “Divine Cauldron” became clearly visible. The sudden change stunned everyone. Even Roderick was staring blankly at the Divine Cauldron.

“Divine Cauldron. This is the ancient Divine. Cauldron, the sacred item in alchemy!” the elderly judge exclaimed in agitation upon laying his eyes on the Divine Cauldron’s true form. Gregory and the others were also astounded, their eyes wide as they stared at the sight before them in utter astonishment.

The members of the crowd below the stage were equally dumbstruck, gazing at the Divine Cauldron in front of them with traces of excitement in their eyes.

Roderick’s body shuddered uncontrollably. Divine Cauldron. This is the Divine Cauldron. It’s countless times more advanced than my spiritual cauldron! But I don’t understand. How could Kai possess a sacred item like this?

“Impossible. This is impossible!” Roderick shook his head frantically, unable to believe what was transpiring before his eyes.


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