There had to be treasure inside it.
Feng Qingtian spread her arms toward Feng Qingtian. “Take me down there. I want to have a look.”
She hated to ask for help, but she wasn’t really good at flying.
She was scared that she might get herself killed if she jumped down.
Feng Qingtian descended to the boat, then jumped into the ocean with her.
The moment they landed at the bottom of the ocean, Gu Bailu sensed the enormous power of specters around them.
A lot of creatures must’ve died when the palace sank.
Gu Bailu gripped the Soul Collecting Bracelet that was around her wrist. Did any of the specters intend to attack her?
“Don’t worry, I’m here.” Feng Qingtian felt her suddenly tense up, and knew that she had probably sensed something.
“I’m not worried. Normal ghosts aren’t a problem for me.”
Nothing had ever gone wrong in her soul collecting career.
In the end, soul collectors had an overwhelming advantage over ghosts.
“Lulu is so great.” Feng Qingtian was a lot sweeter today.
Gu Bailu sensed that he was particularly ardent today for some reason; he was practically burning her with his enthusiasm.
What was he feeling so passionate about?
They walked around the ruins, and didn’t find anything particularly useful.
Of course, there were plenty of treasures and antiques, but Prince Zi simply declared, “My house is full of these things.”
Gu Bailu asked the blue hairtail, “Where is the thing you mentioned?”
The poor hairtail had been blown up above by Feng Qingtian’s power, and couldn’t come down. It could only shout pitifully, “I can’t lead the way. It’s right behind the throne in the palace.”
Feng Qingtian didn’t think it was a big deal. “I don’t think there’s anything more valuable than the gold and jewelry here. I’ll send a troop to transport them back someday.”
Gu Bailu looked at him in amusement. “But isn’t your house full of these things?”
She thought he was so rich that he didn’t care about these treasures anymore.
“But it’ll be too wasteful to leave them here,” said Feng Qingtian matter-of-factly.
Gu Bailu walked to the back of the abandoned throne, which was as good as new despite being buried at the bottom of the ocean for so many years.
The throne could be worth a lot of money if it could be brought up.
Gu Bailu looked around and did see something colorful in a corner.
She would have missed it without the blue hairtail’s tip-off.
Gu Bailu crouched down and wiped off the mud that covered the item, only to see that it was a flower blooming at the bottom of the ocean. It looked like a peony, but had multi-colored petals, and was most dazzling.
It was practically an upgraded version of the 9,999 Spring Harbingers.
“Take a look at this.” Gu Bailu didn’t dare touch it, as beautiful things were often poisonous, and she didn’t want to get herself killed so easily.
Feng Qingtian’s eyes glowed. “It’s the King of the 9,999 Spring Harbingers. Why is it here?”
“Where should it be?” Gu Bailu was relieved to see that Feng Qingtian knew what it was.