Monster Pet Evolution Chapter 613
Chapter 613 Bai Yin
Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio
“Isn’t that the high priestess’s island? Who’s that on the beach? Is that… Gao Peng?” someone asked, pointing at the figure on the beach.
“I don’t know, I’ve never met the guy, but I don’t think he’s from around here either,” said someone else, shaking his head.
“That’s Gao Peng alright,” Bai Fei said. He instantly recognized him.
The group of adolescents ordered their Familiars to slow down. They looked at each other with varied expressions. They were just talking about Gao Peng behind his back not too long ago. They did not expect him to appear before them so soon. Speak of the devil…
“Brother, let’s see how much of a genius he really is,” Bai Ge said with a sneer.
“Don’t,” Bai Du curtly said.
As an Overlord Tier Trainer himself, he knew more than anyone else just how dangerous an Overlord Tier Familiar was. If anything happened to his idiot brother, Bai Du might be pummeled to death by his father before he even had a chance to reach Saint Tier.
“Don’t worry, I won’t do anything stupid,” Bai Ge said. He smiled and slapped the water a few times with a hand.
A plesiosaurus with a slender neck, glistening blue scales, and sharp claws was swimming close to the seabed. When it heard the rhythmic slaps coming from the surface, it excitedly swam up to greet whomever was making them.
Its huge head burst through the surface of the ocean. Its blue scales glistening against the glare of the sun.
“You…” Bai Du was about to stop Bai Ge, but he glanced at Gao Peng in the distance. He also wanted to know the true extent of Gao Peng’s skill as a trainer.
The plesiosaurus was their family pet. It was common practice for families in the White Dragon tribe to keep huge monsters as pets.
Bai Du’s family bred plesiosaurs as livestock. This allowed Bai Ge a chance to become familiar with their habits. This plesiosaurus in question was Aotian. As king of the plesiosaurus herd, its strength rivalled even that of a typical Overlord Tier monster.
As a child, Bai Ge would always ride the waves on Aotian’s back.
“Aotian, go check that guy out,” Bai Du whispered to Aotian.
Aotian nodded obediently, indicating that it knew what Bai Du wanted it to do. The plesiosaurus dove back into the water. Its blue scales glistened for a moment beneath the surface. It quickly blended in with the surrounding water. In the next second, it disappeared into the depths of the ocean.
The only indicator of the plesiosaurus’s presence was the fierce undercurrents beneath the surface that seemed to be heading Gao Peng’s way.
Back at the beach, Gao Peng let Goldie catch a couple of fish for dinner. He said, “When you’re done, I’ll give you something as a reward.”
“Alright,” Goldie said, nodding furiously. It was pumped up and ready to catch some fish.
Goldie scanned the surface of the sea for a moment. Suddenly, it narrowed its eyes as it spotted something in the distance. With a loud roar, it leapt into the water.
The sea began to roil. Huge waves crashed onto the beach.
Hum… A ripple spread out, pushing away all the water around it. The seawater was now sloshing up against this invisible barrier. The whole island was trembling.
Suddenly, a 30-foot-tall pillar of water exploded from the sea. Gao Peng turned back. His heart was thumping. What on earth is that duck doing?
Bai Ge, who was watching all of this unfold in the distance, began to panic. What the hell is going on?! This does not look good.
Bai Ge was about to go over there and put a stop to whatever was going on, but he was pulled back by Bai Du. “Don’t go. Ask your Familiar to call Aotian back.”
Coming back to his senses, Bai Ge did as he was told and ordered the Familiar he was riding on to call out to Aotian. A few moments later, the group of adolescents hurriedly left the scene.
On the beach, Gao Peng turned to where the sound was coming from and saw a group of vague figures fleeing away on their Familiars. He then saw Goldie drag the lifeless body of a plesiosaurus out of the water and onto the beach.
When night fell, a familiar face came to visit Gao Peng.
“Bai Yin.” Gao Peng recognized the young man who had appeared before him. He looked exactly the same as the last time he had seen him all those years ago. The years had evidently not left their mark on him.
“When I heard yesterday that we would be having a guest from Yuzhou here in the White Dragon tribe, I thought it would be you,” Bai Yin said. “I thought you might need some rest to recover from jet lag before I came over to greet you personally.”
“No worries. I’m glad that you came. It appears you think of me as an actual friend now,” Gao Peng cheerily said as he stepped forward to shake Bai Yin’s hand.
There was a vacant look on Bai Yin’s face for a moment. His face quickly broke into a radiant smile. “Of course we’re friends.”
“Good man!” Gao Peng pulled Bai Yin over. “My Familiar caught some fish just now. I think it’s cooked. Come, join me for dinner, for old times’ sake.”
Bai Yin was somewhat startled by Gao Peng’s hospitality. “No need to trouble yourself, really…”
There was a huge pot sitting on the sand. Slices of white meat were boiling in it, from which a delicious smell reached their noses. The boiling broth was viscous like oil.
Bai Yin frowned. This thing must have been at least Emperor Tier. Where did Gao Peng find such a high-level ingredient?
“Come, have some,” Gao Peng said.
He gave Bai Yin a bowl of broth. He produced another bowl of freshly cut spring onions from Silly’s portable space and scattered them onto Bai Yin’s broth. Their faint fragrance and the thick fish smell combined to make the perfect meal.
Bai Yin sensed that there was something odd about Gao Peng. However, he had come for reasons of his own. Putting aside his thoughts, he took a sip of the fish soup.
“Is it good?” Gao Peng asked.
“It’s alright,” Bai Yin said. His eyes widened. Is it poisoned?!
“Don’t worry, it’s not poisoned,” Gao Peng reassuringly said as if sensing Bai Yin’s reservations. He poured a bowl of soup for himself and drank it down in one gulp.
Bai Yin heaved a sigh of relief. It looks like I may have misjudged your character, brother.
“Oh yeah, Bai Yin, have you heard of plesiosaurs?” Gao Peng suddenly asked.
“Plesiosaurs,” Bai Yin repeated. He slightly taken aback by Gao Peng’s question. “Of course I know. The White Dragon Tribe breeds them as livestock. There are lots of them living here. Why do you ask?”
“Oh… Do the plesiosaurs here attack people often?” Gao Peng asked.
Bai Yin shook his head. “No, they wouldn’t do that. They are an intelligent species and are usually housebroken from a young age. They wouldn’t attack anyone unprovoked…”
His voice trailed off as he stared at Gao Peng, who was looking at him innocently.
“I didn’t provoke it. This plesiosaurus attacked my Familiar this morning out of nowhere,” Gao Peng hurriedly said.
Bai Yin looked at the bowl in his hands and the pieces of meat in the bowl. Taking a deep breath, he gulped down the whole thing and glared at Gao Peng. “You bastard!”
Upon knowing the origin of Gao Peng’s mystery meat, Bai Yin’s appetite grew tenfold. He began asking for seconds. He even called his Familiar to join them for dinner.
The two of them gorged themselves on the whole thing until midnight. When the pot was completely cleaned out, they laid on the ground with round bellies.
Bai Yin burped contentedly. “That was delicious.”
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