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Luther entered the house first, followed by Roma.
He turned around and closed the door, then said to Roma, powerless and guilty, “Roma, you must forgive your father in this matter.
Dad is still unwittingly…”
“Dad, I know you’re worried about the He family…” Roma nodded.
“Yes!” exclaims the speaker. He sighed and said, “Why would I be able to make such a decision if it weren’t for the He family?
It appears to be a casual sentence, but it smacked in the face.”
He explained “Don’t blame Dad, Roma. Dad, likes you, wants to recover Ruoli so you don’t have to deal with Su’s family again. Only go all out in your hunt for Ruoli!”
Roma gave a bitter smile and muttered to herself: “What else can I do if it’s too good to be better than it is now, but you are a bit one-sided about the issue.
The He family now has a once-in-a-lifetime chance, but it is not related to the Su family, but rather to Charlie, the great Master Wade.”
Yet, since she couldn’t say it outright, she formulated a tactic to make small steps forward.
Luther took a serious look at her at this point and asked: “By the way, Roma, I notice your power, breath, and overall feelings have improved significantly since yesterday? What really is going on?”
“Dad, how much progress do you think I have made now?” Roma asked her father, who she didn’t expect to see it.
Luther smacks his lips together and says, “Actually, I didn’t see much of a difference. You can always only go through two meridians in my opinion, but I have a peculiar feeling…”
“Dad, what kind of feeling are you talking about?” Roma asked as she smiled slightly and looked at her father.
Luther pondered for a moment before saying, “What’s the best way to put it? For instance, you resemble a pool of water.
Your surface area hasn’t changed much since yesterday, so when I look at it, it doesn’t seem to have changed, but I still get the impression that the water in this pool has gotten much deeper overnight, and it’s bottomless. This makes me a bit perplexed.”
In reality, Luther’s metaphor simply depicts Roma’s true transformations.