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Chronicles of Primordial Wars

Chapter 226 - Ready

Translated by Lesyt Team
Edited by Ilesyt


After the people of the Wan Shi tribe journeyed to the Flaming Horns tribe, many of them still felt anxious, especially the Wan Shi tribe’s shaman. He always felt very tense and had great difficulty in breathing.

However, since then, the chief of the Wan Shi tribe, Fu Ji sent some people to the forest again. They didn’t find anything strange in besides beasts, ferocious beasts, and some dangerous plants.

So, the people of the Wan Shi tribe finally felt reassured after the scare caused by the previous heavy defeat.

Now everyone of the Wan Shi tribe believed that if they hated someone, they could just stab them with a knife. They had been worried that the people would take revenge. But it turned out that nothing happened. They did that again! Nothing happened, so they feared nothing.

In this way, Fu Ji finally felt relaxed and was even more sure that the tragedy and the suppression of the fire seed were caused by the old guys from those several tribes.

That was the fact and Fu Ji smiled proudly. Anyway, those people could do nothing to stop him. One of the ancestors of the Wan Shi tribe, a chief, once said that in the central region the tribes seldom launched a war with a slightly larger tribe. And this was why the successors of the chiefs of the Wan Shi tribe didn’t hide their ambition and launched wars randomly. Fu Ji also did so.

However, the Wan Shi shaman still felt worried. Day by day, his anxiety didn’t reduce but increased.

Fu Ji did not hide his ambition, but the Wan Shi shaman was afraid that if one day the Wan Shi tribe reached out, its arms and legs would be cut off.

Regardless of how the people of the Wan Shi tribe felt, on the other side of the river, the people of the Flaming Horns tribe were busy with building ships and training.

Since the water was diverted from the river into the artificial lake during the rainy season, they sped up the shipbuilding and training.

The people of the Flaming Horns tribe, from birth to the present, had never traveled on a ship, except for Shao Xuan and Yan Zhi and the others. They needed appropriate training, so if the sail did not work they could still paddle forward. They had to adapt to living on a ship.

The hunting warriors spent less time going outside, and also reduced their routes. For the people of the Flaming Horns tribe, as long as they had basic amount of food, they didn’t try to get “quality” food. In the past, some beasts and ferocious beasts, which they hadn’t paid much attention to, were now included in the hunting list. In the tribe, they needed food and others also needed it. The Shaman said now every member of the Flaming Horns tribe should be united and no one would be ignored.

A year passed.

In the artificial lake of the Flaming Horns tribe, there were more than 20 ships, and each was more than thirty meters long. In addition to the first three ships with one deck, the others had two to three decks. After more than a year of continuous trials, they now built much better ships.

Now, Yan Zhi and several others were building a ship, bigger than the twenty-plus ships.

There were three ships made of quality wood, which was selected carefully by the hunting teams in various hunting areas.

Because in the three ships, there would be chief, the Shaman, and other top warriors of the tribe.

“Can we set out this year?” Having finished training on board, Lang Ga came to ask Shao Xuan.

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“It depends on the progress of the shipbuilding and how soon everyone adapts themselves.” Shao Xuan said.

This year, almost every day, everyone prepared for the departure. Shao Xuan had been asked to go to the mountain top. He spent his free time in painting volumes for the Shaman. He drew the important things he had seen on the other side of the river on the Shaman volumes, so that the Shaman could know more about it.

The Shaman gave many orders in the tribe, and the tribe saw rapid changes.

It had been three years since Shao Xuan had decided to travel from the tribe. They got more information than they had already got in total. Some people were at a loss, they were not so enthusiastic about the changes, but more people were looking forward, because they wanted to know more new things and contact more people.

“This ship will be finished in about ten days?” Shao Xuan looked up to the ship in front of him and said.

“Ten days... there are about twenty or thirty days before the rainy season. It is not too late.” A few people next to him said.

If before the rainy season they could finish building the ship, they could spend the rainy season to prepare for the return. At the end of the rainy season, everyone would set out!

“It depends on whether the ship is built. If it is built...” Shao Xuan did not finish the words, but everyone knew what he meant.

If the ship was built, they could set out!

In one of the rooms of the Shaman’s house at the mountain top.

There were big cartons and boxes which were put aside in order.

In addition to some stones, the stone cartons and boxes were replaced by wooden cartons and boxes.

The Shaman looked very calm, but in fact, the people in the tribe did not know the had Shaman begun to pack up for he was more impatient than others.

Many years had gone and many Shamans hadn’t completed this task. He finally had hope.

Seeing chief Ao come in, the Shaman asked, “What’s up?”

“Shao Xuan says the ship will be built in ten days.” Ao glanced at the Shaman, and he saw nothing from his old face. He paused, and said: “If the ship can be built, we will be able to set out this year.”

“Yes, this year we will be able to leave here.” The Shaman sighed.

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If they couldn’t set out this year, they had to wait for another year.

“The rainy season starts early this year and it will be a shorter period of time.” The Shaman said.

He could not predict the weather accurately like Yang Sui of the Yu tribe, but he could still make a useful prediction.

The rainy season began early and also ended early. That was to say, it was a longer period of time from the end of the rainy season to the time when two moons appeared.

It was really a good opportunity. If they failed to seize this opportunity, they didn’t know what would happen next year and in the following years.

“Step up the training and also crank up the security, if anyone dares to make trouble at that time...” The Shaman put on a stern look on his calm face.

Ao nodded, “I have told Ta and Gui He. If any ferocious beasts that have been branded run out of control, I will teach them a lesson.”

Nothing was more important than the return of the tribe, although it was not easy to brand the ferocious beasts.

Ten days later, three ships had their maiden sails on the artificial lake.

“How about it?” Ao came here early, stared at the three ships on the lake, and asked Shao Xuan and Yan Zhi on the ships.

“For now, I don’t see any problems. Will know more later.” Yan Zhi said.

Ao still looked very serious. He looked towards Shao Xuan and saw Shao Xuan nod slightly. Ao clenched his fists on his both sides. He kept calm as a chief, and took big steps to leave faster and faster.

When he climbed up the mountain he could only see a shadow.

Since everything was ready, he needed to discuss with the Shaman about the return of the whole tribe after this rainy season.

The old land…

“I really want to see what it looks like.” Ao thought.

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