Low Dimensional Game Chapter 346
Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio
The larva was glittering and crystal-clear, chubby, and lovable. If one looked closely, one would have found that its shell seemed to be made of mazes consisting of virtual grids. Inside its body, a spinning silver vortex beamed beautiful silvery lights.
It was floating in front of Lu Zhiyu as if there was no weight or gravity. When it wiggled, everything around it was affected by its movement. Not just light or matter, but even space was impacted.
An involuntary sneeze from the fist-sized creature brought a violent storm to the Capital of God. Trees and rocks were picked up from the ground. Crowds of tiny fairies were blown into the sky. It was almost like doomsday had befallen The Capital of God.
Lu Zhiyu reached out. The entire world turned into a freeze-frame. Then, the destroyed Capital of God returned to its original state, every movement and all damage reversed.
However, all the fairies looked toward the sky in shock. This inconspicuous larva was breathing with the rhythm of the world, holding the power to devour everything.
Eva appeared next to Lu Zhiyu as a projection of light and said, “Lord, please do not perform such horrific experiments inside The Capital of God. The fairies will get hurt.”
Eva looked at the Chaos Worm in front of Lu Zhiyu. She immediately felt pressured and threatened by this small creature. Eva asked, “Is this what your majesty was talking about?”
Lu Zhiyu looked at the small Chaos Worm. In a way, it could be considered family to Lu Zhiyu. However, it was a special family member created with the help of the semi-perpetual machine. One could also say that it was a part of the semi-perpetual machine. Lu Zhiyu could not create the Chaos Worms outside of the krynnspace. The rules and level of energy involved were way beyond Lu Zhiyu’s control. Lu Zhiyu never thought that he would create the Chaos Worm before creating a family of earthlings.
As humble as the worm looked, it was a level eight mythical creature.
The Chaos Worm had its own mythical creature template. However, its template was rather special. It was a world. The Chaos Worm’s level-up system was the world’s journey of evolution. Nevertheless, Lu Zhiyu had programmed it so that, once the Chaos Worm had evolved into the prototype of a world, the world would then develop freely without further alteration.
Every Chaos Worm was identical. However, once it had become a seed for a world, the future would be full of possibilities. Lu Zhiyu had only created one Chaos Worm for now. To nurture and raise such a terrifying creature would cost him massive amounts of resources.
There was not much energy or matter in the astral world for it to consume, nor any remains of a deceased world to feed it. Therefore, Lu Zhiyu had to feed it with energy until it reached maturity. Lu Zhiyu’s Source Form and semi-perpetual machine would provide enough energy and matter to feed it for now, and he would later increase the amount gradually.
Until the krynnspace became perfected, the Chaos Worms would maintain the circle of life in the krynnspace without Lu Zhiyu’s support, consuming the matter and energy of a deceased world and creating a new world instead.
“Go! Create your own world!”
Lu Zhiyu reached out. The space rippled around his arm. A channel to the unknown deep astral world was opened. Lu Zhiyu released his hands, and the Chaos Worm vanished into the air. It was an astral creature. When it entered the astral world, it was like a fish returning to water. As it started to breathe, the space around it became stretched and wrinkled. Its size grew gradually. It had started its journey in the dark, cold astral world.
Lu Zhiyu withdrew his hands, looked to Eva, and said, “Well, this is a new start!”
“I look forward to seeing the future of this Chaos Worm. What will its life be like in the astral world? Will there be any unexpected happenings? Will it bring any change to the astral world? And what bizarre, alien world will it create?”
“No one knows the cards until they fall.”
“Exactly. There is so much to expect.”
The two stood on top of the Witchcraft Garden. Lu Zhiyu rested one arm on the balcony, while Eva leaned both her elbows on the railing, her head resting on her palms. They both looked toward the outside of the Capital of God with promising expressions. There was a sense of expectation that had not been felt in a long time. The Chaos Worm which had just been sent away was not a horrific, scary mythical creature of the astral world, but a lottery box. No one knew what the prize inside would be, and a long time would be needed to reveal the prize.
Maria’s World. Year 397 on the San Calendar.
Felix, the God of Earth and War, who had convened the Star Kingdom in year 372 on the San Calendar, entered his kingdom with the prayers of many believers in the Kingdom of Colossus, and with the ancient ritual of many orc saint knights in a square raising their shields and swords.
Felix successfully became the God of Earth, which was of great significance and suited him to a great extent, as well as the God of War.
The divine system and advanced class of Felix, the dominator of earth and war, now consisted of conjuration shamans and earth knights. Occult shamans integrated Felix’s god name and the new wizards from the wizard system of Colossus. Witchcraft was now conjuration; wizards were now shamans. It was no longer the wizard system. As for the earth knights, they were a variant of the blood wizards.
As for the God of Agreement and Justice, the dragon God of Time, Adolphus, had finally reached level seven two years ago at an incredibly slow pace. For dragons, the purpose of time was finding food, sleeping, and plundering. The white dragon, Frost, who died at the hand of Verthandi, was special and different. It was rare for dragons to rob cities, take the princesses, or blackmail. Most dragons were used to waiting for their prey.
Hundreds of giant dragons hovered above the Abyss of the Great Dragon. Adolphus became part of the sky in a light beam connecting the earth to the sky. His Divine Kingdom was much smaller than the rest. This was because he had the fewest believers and was a pagan god. Nevertheless, he was the god who was responsible for managing and monitoring the internal time velocity of Maria’s World, as well as being the God of Agreement and Justice.
It was a clock-like Divine Kingdom with intricate patterns. It revolved around Maria’s World with the same velocity as the internal time velocity of Maria’s World and the accuracy of a clock.
With all the seeds of gods becoming gods, the gods started to maintain the balance of the entire world. A surging number of supernatural occupations in different divine systems filled in the blanks of the world.
As the belief in the Goddess of Steam and Mechanics emerged in Maria’s World, the footprints of alchemy warlocks started to be seen in every country, every kingdom, and every land.
Distinct beliefs started to fuse and merge together. Churches and believers of different gods did not have the same hatred towards each other anymore, demonstrating peacefulness instead.
The development of steam and mechanics pushed the civilization of Maria’s World into another key age. It stepped into a new, civilized world out from the old, backward world. It was a special age powered by steam and mechanics, supported by gods and divine systems, where the rules were controlled by gods, and their orders were protected by priests, Holy Knights, alchemy warlocks, wizards, conjuration shamans, and those of other divine occupations.
Here, underworld priests communicated with Hell to help the dead enter the circle of life. Alchemy warlocks revolutionized and innovated, changing the world with all sorts of alchemy tools. Holy Knights guarded the honor of the nobles and gods. Wizards wrote the books of wizards and protected the wizard kingdom with tall towers. Believers in the God of Sea and Storm conquered the sea with alchemy ships. Giant dragons soared through the sky, chanting for justice and agreement.
Here, backwardness and progress coexisted. Innovation and revolution collided with conservation. And from within, leaders who could lead the new age and start revolutions would be born.