Tempest Of The Stellar War Chapter 1168
Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
Kashawen lightly stated that humans all have heart. Sometimes, all it required was some provoking for things to go out of hand. Kashawen had genuinely maintained a relative amount of restraint towards Wang Zheng, and this acted as a really good whetstone.
On the battlefield, two Wind Gods appeared. The Wind God had also been acclaimed as the best mech to show through operating skills, and for two of the same mech to go against each other, it was without question to see the pilots’ individual battle strength. If there was a negligible difference between their ranks, then they would have to look into their understanding of the mech, which would also be a test of their foundations. The victor of such battles could then be fit to have complete victory.
For Hu Ya to take the initiative to choose the Wind God, he had intended to oppress. If Zhang Shan was not that mature mentally, there would be a fluctuation in his state of psyche, like an anxious appearance. These were all the details.
The two mecha moved towards the centre, both adjusting their state. The information Hu Ya had received was plentiful to the point of bursting. His frost affinity seemed fearless towards the opponent’s teleportation. Four sets of displacement, in addition to the translocation box, that was five displacements. But distance only brings about opportunities, and he could strangle off the opportunities.
If Ye Zisu had seen it, she would definitely be happy. The chances of seeing the Wind God in battles had increased more and more – this was a good sign. The KO Group’s name had also begun to frequently appear throughout the Milky Way Alliance. This was the first step to becoming a conglomerate.
The two Wind Gods met each other and the distance between them closed in, neither retreating. This was the real face to face meeting of enemies!
In a flash, both Wind Gods attacked with magnetic force at the same time. They were both of double magnetic force. One shot towards the other party and shot towards the front, slightly slanted.
Almost at the same time, the two Wind Gods moved forward, slightly to the side. Heading all the way to the wall, they abruptly exercised their powers. A ping sound rang at the same time as the titanium blades charged towards each other.
It was close combat match between two scouts.
Ping, ping, bang, bang, bang, bang…
Instantly, the two titanium blades interlocked together. There was no defence and the scouts had no way of retreating. They had to rely on nimble and flexible martial arts and sharp attacks!
After coming into contact for one round, both sides had a definite level of understanding. Hu Ya had a pretty good idea. A trait of mechanics was that they were insightful. Through a round of confrontation, he felt in his heart that this person, in terms of skills, strength, and speed of adaptability, could not be his rival!
Once he had that thought in his mind, his attacks became exceptionally aggressive. The moves were almost all the same, but he went in more confidently and with more strength. At the start, there was only a minor difference, but after ten or so collisions, the distance began to grow wider.
Swinging away Zhang Shan’s steel golden sword, Hu Ya’s Wind God followed up immediately with a sidekick sweeping at the other’s thigh. Such a sidekick had a lot of killing power.
In an instant, a temporary layer of energy shield appeared on the surface of Wind God, blocking the attack, collapsing at the same time. Zhang Shan’s Wind God swayed a bit before taking the opportunity to retreat. This was within Hu Ya’s predictions. The ability to accumulate a magnetic shield using the magnetic force was something a Wind God pilot must hold. If not, how would they have the face to use this mech? As a mechanic, this was evidently clearer to Hu Ya.
A magnetic shield like this would not be able to change the situation – he could only struggle on whilst at death’s door.
A magnetic force shot out, and as Zhang Shan blocked it with his elbow, Hu Ya’s Wind God had already made a series of flying kicks over.
Zhang Shan gritted his teeth and teleported instantly!
This was his Ability X. However, Hu Ya stopped for a while instead. That had been a complete dupe kick – it was used for the sake of luring Zhang Shan to use teleportation. Zhang Shan had taken the bait as expected.
Teleportation was only temporary. Once Zhang Shan’s Wind God showed up, the weak magnetic pull of the magnetic force would still exist. Hu Ya’s Wind God’s short break ended. Regardless of who had just used their ability, their physiques would show signs of temporary weakness, even if it were just a small percentage. To a mechanic, this was a gap for breakthrough.
Although Zhang Shan had blocked it right in the center, the Wind God had still been kicked to the point where it staggered back a few steps. Hu Ya would definitely not let go of such an opportunity. He attacked head on, sending out a series of magnetic force flying shots, sealing off all routes that Zhang Shan could possibly move towards.
Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom…
In an instant, nine legs rained down, kicking towards Zhang Shan’s Wind God, kicking him to the point that he simply could not tell directions.
The last kick broke his defense, directly sending Zhang Shan flying out. A solid kick. Zhang Shan, who was in the cabin, had been jolted to the point of nearly vomiting blood.
Hu Ya’s titanium blade swung as the corners of his lips revealed a hint of a cold smile. He was just by casually playing around and his opponent was beaten to the point where he could scream for his parents. It was not fair that such a trash could actually be so famous, and an expert like he himself was actually unknown!
Zhang Shan controlled Wind God to stand back up. This fella’s Frost ability had yet to be used, but his physical techniques were so strong. This was only the top eight, what more atrocities would come next?
The heroic Shan had never known what retreat was. He was not afraid to be embarrassed. There was nothing to be embarrassed about!
He did not just not feel a sense of cowardice in his heart, he had instead become more stubborn. Zhang Shan’s eyes emitted a glow of excitement and focus. There was nothing else in his mind except for the opponent.
Seeing that the opponent was cautious and careful, Hu Ya was disdained. He knew all the tactics of the mech. Zhang Shan’s only ability was teleportation, and this was what he had managed to experience just now. The interval and changes between teleporting in and out were all in his mind. It could be stated that he had already completely exposed his opponent.
Zhang Shan, who had been beaten down violently, had not only not let go, but instead initiated an attack with three magnetic forces mixed together. Hu Ya’s Wind God was as stable as Mount Tai, managing to determine Zhang Shan’s track after immediately attacking.
When the Wind God mech was receiving magnetic force, it had a movement where it lifted its head. The changes in the tips of his toes would expose Zhang Shan’s inner feelings. This was a person’s small habits, something he himself would not even notice, but a mechanic would definitely not overlook it.
He had waited for this day for a very long time. He not only had to win, he also had to teach Zhang Shan what a genuine scout was. He should not do things that he dis not have the ability or confidence for.
Zhang Shan was sent flying with one kick. He was completely suppressed and completely seen through. However, Zhang Shan immediately received magnetic force to stabilise his centre of gravity. He also felt that something was not right, but he did not know where the problem was. The opponent seemed to have seen through his offense.
Zhang Shan attacked again, fighting on, undaunted by the setbacks.
Hu Ya respected him quite a bit. This brainless guy had actually persevered until now; his skin had to be very thick. If it were another opponent that had been seen through in such circumstances, he would have already had a mental breakdown. The difference between the two was very obvious, but Zhang Shan had actually not felt it – he was really a very big noob.
Zhang Shan’s attacks had been easily broke open and Hu Ya’s counterattacks were even more vicious.
He had done enough playing around. Hu Ya was clear of his identity. He was not Jondi Lilick, he was Golden Wheel cattle team’s scout. If he ended the battle well, no one could say anything. This was the SIG stage, the stage where every warrior could display themselves.
Using both hands, eight magnetic force flying shots flew out instantly.
This move was intended for wowing the audience!
Zhang Shan would definitely be completely stunned. Zhang Shan could feel the opponent’s killing intent from Hu Ya’s attack midway. He immediately teleported again to widen the distance, and at the same time, used magnetic force to receive, escaping the other spearheads. Zhang Shan absolutely could advance and retreat.
Four magnetic forces collided – it was a mother-son shuttle method!
Two magnetic forces switched directions, sticking onto the body of Zhang Shan’s Wind God. Zhang Shan cursed silently. This motherf**ker had actually played such fanciful tricks at this timing.