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Chapter 626

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There are many books in Chronoa’s Time Nest. Each book records the evolution of a habitable planet from the beginning to the end and the races living on it. Some of these books were naturally created when the Time Nest was established, and some Chronoa wrote by spending a great amount of time.



Wandering among the books which were stacked like a hill, a unique ancient fragrance of books and the smell of ink wafted over.

The Supreme Kai of Time was jumping ahead as she introduced Xiaya to the scattered books in the Time Nest.

Xiaya randomly took out a book and flipped through it twice. The book was divided into several chapters based on different races. Some races have left their mother planet and other planets related to them were noted under the race description. With a light touch, as if they were linked, the book changed, making a perfect switch.

As they passed through several corridors, Xiaya suddenly asked Chronoa, “Are there any books that specifically record the races of Universe 7?”

“There are.” Chronoa replied affirmatively, and then took Xiaya into another grandiose room. “The books here are slightly less than the previous place and are mainly recorded with the names of races.”

Xiaya nodded. In fact, the contents recorded in both huge libraries are similar.

It’s just that one has the name of the planet as the book title and the race as the chapter, while the other has the name of the race as the book title and the planet’s inhabitants as the chapter. However, a race like the Earthlings that has not left Earth can only exist in a book with the title “Earth”, and they are not yet eligible to be independent in a book.

This is probably the difference between the universe’s races and the natives of a planet, or at least the difference in details.

Xiaya strolled alone among the stacks of books, his body slightly floating. Finally, he found the book that recorded Saiyans amidst the sea of books.

“Saiyans, originated from Planet Sadala, are born with a strong knowledge of combat. They later moved to Planet Plant (renamed Planet Vegeta) after the destruction of Planet Sadala, and the race was basically destroyed along with Planet Plant…”



This is the preface of the entire book, which briefly describes the history of the Saiyan race. Later, according to the differences in the four Multiverses and the creation of countless fragmented worlds, they were divided into different sub-volumes. In some records of sub-volumes, Planet Plant was also called Planet Tuffle.

Xiaya paid attention and found that there is a chapter that records what happened in Xiaya’s space-time. It records the part where the Saiyans transferred to Planet Hongshan at the time of the destruction of Planet Plant.

“Except for this chapter, the Saiyans in all the other chapters have been destroyed. Even if they didn’t go extinct, there are only a few sporadic numbers who managed to remain alive for a little while.”

Closing the book, Xiaya thought pensively. These books seem to be related to the existence of a race. When a race completely disappears, the records in it will also freeze, and the writing and paper will become dim.

“If a race or planet is destroyed, then what is the use of keeping these books about them here? Is it possible for them to recover?”

“Yes, the power of the Dragon Balls exists in this world. Even if the planet and race are destroyed, there is a hope of recovery.”

Putting back the book about Saiyans, Xiaya found another book about Yardratian.

“Yardratians originated from Planet Beyad, and were previously known as the Beyadians. They possess exceptional supernatural skills…” Xiaya lightly swept across it, flipping through the history of the Yardratians before they went to Planet Yardrat, but there was no record of how the Yardratians moved from Planet Beyad to Planet Yardrat.

“Chronoa, why is there a piece of Yardratian’s history missing here?” Xiaya turned around and asked her.

“Where?” Chronoa asked in surprise.

“Look, a paragraph is missing here, it seems to have been erased.” Xiaya pointed to a large paragraph that was obviously blank.

“Huh? It’s true!” Chronoa’s face furrowed. “But it’s impossible, my Time Nest normally records all the history, there cannot be anything missing!”

The Supreme Kai of Time took over the book about the Yardartians from Xiaya, and then sat on the ground to study it. She slowly moved her white fingers across the blank space, trying to restore the writing on it. But just then, a pale golden shadow circle around it, accompanied by a deep dragon roar, and a majestic and pressure from the distant past swept over.

“Ahhh” Chronoa exclaimed out and her face turned pale. “It’s not working; this period of history has been blessed by a supreme being. I don’t have the ability to reveal it from the long river of history!”

“What do you mean?” Xiaya couldn’t understand.

Chronoa said carefully, “I mean, this period of history is firmly sealed in a specific timeline because of unknown reasons, and no space-time division can interfere with that period of history. Only the Great Time King-sama and Great Heaven Official-sama can do this.”

As the two great beings are involved, Chronoa thinks it is better not to delve into it too much.

“Time King and Great Heaven Official, is it?” Xiaya nodded with a thoughtful look.

Are they really the ones who sealed that period of history? Why did they do this? And he faintly heard a deep dragon roar before. Could it be that someone from the Dragon Realm is also involved? Suddenly, as if a lightning flashed across his mind, Xiaya remembered seeing the burning golden divine dragon in the murals of Planet Yardrat, and many doubts suddenly surfaced in his heart.

“It is high-level God’s business, it is better not to get involved.” Xiaya laughed mockingly, feeling that he was really thinking too much, and then stopped worrying about these troublesome matters. After all, it was all past history. Why should he care about it so much?

After that, Xiaya stayed in Chronoa’s Time Nest for another month. During this time, he stabilized the power of the third level of the Divine Realm, and with the help of the Time Nest’s characteristic of being detached from dimensions, he carefully reviewed the path he traversed in the past without interference.

Visit readlightnovel.me for extra chapters.

……

Outside the illusory space-time.

This place is not affected by the timeline, and time here seems to have lost its meaning. In the dreamlike colorful space, rolling clouds and mists mixed together with the dense colorful sunlight to create a gorgeous scene which gave people a feeling of longing.

A cyan planet was floating among the rays of sunlight.

On the planet, stands a glorious palace that has been existing since time immemorial, with green tiles and white walls, carved ceiling beams and painted rafters, and there are small bridges and running water around it. The ancient, luxurious divine palace is like an exquisite work of art, exuding an ancient, natural and peaceful aura. On the door of the divine palace, a huge plaque was hanging with only one word written on it- “Time”

This is the palace where the Time King lives and it was located outside of the endless space-time.

There were 124 small water balls circling around Time Palace, each only the size of a palm, but each water ball represents a vast space-time.

“Thump, thump, thump…” With the sound of light footsteps, the Great Heaven Official wearing green attire was walking in the passageway of the palace.

“Time King, Universe 7’s God of Time has succeeded his position.” Pushing open the door of the main hall, she walked in and reported calmly.

“Umm, you’ve worked hard.”

On a tall divine throne, a blonde-haired woman was lazily lying on one side as she narrowed her eyes, her hands placed on the armrests of the throne, and a curtain of beautiful golden hair naturally hanging down. The Time King was also a beautiful woman, exquisitely elegant and glamorous.

“Time King, those Dark Angels below are making some small moves again, especially that Lancius•Original Sin. If you let them do whatever they want, the parallel universes will only increase. If this era also collapses…” The Great Heaven Official wanted to say something but then hesitated. Her green eyes were like a stream of clear spring water.

“Don’t worry about them, they are leftovers from some bygone times. Let Zeno deal with these trifling matters.”

“Zeno…” When the Time King said so, the Great Heaven Official responded with a wry smile, but it indeed had nothing to do with them. She sighed and said nothing more.

Dark Angels, in front of the eternal Time King, are indeed just little ants.

“Speaking of which, little girl, you are a grown up now and you have learned to think about the overall situation. When will you inherit my position?” Time King stood up from the divine throne and her gem-like azure eyes fell on the Great Heaven Official, saying jokingly.

“I’m now much wiser.” The Great Heaven Official rolled her eyes at the Time King, the corners of her lips slightly rising. “Don’t even think about abandoning Time King’s position and running away. Do you think I still don’t know you? And don’t call me a little girl. I’m not little anymore.”

Saying that, the Great Heaven Official’s beautiful eyebrows furrowed in dissatisfaction.

“Yes, yes…but this won’t change the fact that you were raised by me. I really miss the days when I held you on my knees.”

In the divine palace, pleasant laughter suddenly resounded.

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There are many books in Chronoa’s Time Nest. Each book records the evolution of a habitable planet from the beginning to the end and the races living on it. Some of these books were naturally created when the Time Nest was established, and some Chronoa wrote by spending a great amount of time.

Wandering among the books which were stacked like a hill, a unique ancient fragrance of books and the smell of ink wafted over.

The Supreme Kai of Time was jumping ahead as she introduced Xiaya to the scattered books in the Time Nest.

Xiaya randomly took out a book and flipped through it twice. The book was divided into several chapters based on different races. Some races have left their mother planet and other planets related to them were noted under the race description. With a light touch, as if they were linked, the book changed, making a perfect switch.

As they passed through several corridors, Xiaya suddenly asked Chronoa, “Are there any books that specifically record the races of Universe 7?”

“There are.” Chronoa replied affirmatively, and then took Xiaya into another grandiose room. “The books here are slightly less than the previous place and are mainly recorded with the names of races.”

Xiaya nodded. In fact, the contents recorded in both huge libraries are similar.

It’s just that one has the name of the planet as the book title and the race as the chapter, while the other has the name of the race as the book title and the planet’s inhabitants as the chapter. However, a race like the Earthlings that has not left Earth can only exist in a book with the title “Earth”, and they are not yet eligible to be independent in a book.

This is probably the difference between the universe’s races and the natives of a planet, or at least the difference in details.

Xiaya strolled alone among the stacks of books, his body slightly floating. Finally, he found the book that recorded Saiyans amidst the sea of books.

“Saiyans, originated from Planet Sadala, are born with a strong knowledge of combat. They later moved to Planet Plant (renamed Planet Vegeta) after the destruction of Planet Sadala, and the race was basically destroyed along with Planet Plant…”

This is the preface of the entire book, which briefly describes the history of the Saiyan race. Later, according to the differences in the four Multiverses and the creation of countless fragmented worlds, they were divided into different sub-volumes. In some records of sub-volumes, Planet Plant was also called Planet Tuffle.

Xiaya paid attention and found that there is a chapter that records what happened in Xiaya’s space-time. It records the part where the Saiyans transferred to Planet Hongshan at the time of the destruction of Planet Plant.

“Except for this chapter, the Saiyans in all the other chapters have been destroyed. Even if they didn’t go extinct, there are only a few sporadic numbers who managed to remain alive for a little while.”

Closing the book, Xiaya thought pensively. These books seem to be related to the existence of a race. When a race completely disappears, the records in it will also freeze, and the writing and paper will become dim.

“If a race or planet is destroyed, then what is the use of keeping these books about them here? Is it possible for them to recover?”

“Yes, the power of the Dragon Balls exists in this world. Even if the planet and race are destroyed, there is a hope of recovery.”

Putting back the book about Saiyans, Xiaya found another book about Yardratian.

“Yardratians originated from Planet Beyad, and were previously known as the Beyadians. They possess exceptional supernatural skills…” Xiaya lightly swept across it, flipping through the history of the Yardratians before they went to Planet Yardrat, but there was no record of how the Yardratians moved from Planet Beyad to Planet Yardrat.

“Chronoa, why is there a piece of Yardratian’s history missing here?” Xiaya turned around and asked her.

“Where?” Chronoa asked in surprise.

“Look, a paragraph is missing here, it seems to have been erased.” Xiaya pointed to a large paragraph that was obviously blank.

“Huh? It’s true!” Chronoa’s face furrowed. “But it’s impossible, my Time Nest normally records all the history, there cannot be anything missing!”

The Supreme Kai of Time took over the book about the Yardartians from Xiaya, and then sat on the ground to study it. She slowly moved her white fingers across the blank space, trying to restore the writing on it. But just then, a pale golden shadow circle around it, accompanied by a deep dragon roar, and a majestic and pressure from the distant past swept over.

“Ahhh” Chronoa exclaimed out and her face turned pale. “It’s not working; this period of history has been blessed by a supreme being. I don’t have the ability to reveal it from the long river of history!”

“What do you mean?” Xiaya couldn’t understand.

Chronoa said carefully, “I mean, this period of history is firmly sealed in a specific timeline because of unknown reasons, and no space-time division can interfere with that period of history. Only the Great Time King-sama and Great Heaven Official-sama can do this.”

As the two great beings are involved, Chronoa thinks it is better not to delve into it too much.

“Time King and Great Heaven Official, is it?” Xiaya nodded with a thoughtful look.

Are they really the ones who sealed that period of history? Why did they do this? And he faintly heard a deep dragon roar before. Could it be that someone from the Dragon Realm is also involved? Suddenly, as if a lightning flashed across his mind, Xiaya remembered seeing the burning golden divine dragon in the murals of Planet Yardrat, and many doubts suddenly surfaced in his heart.

“It is high-level God’s business, it is better not to get involved.” Xiaya laughed mockingly, feeling that he was really thinking too much, and then stopped worrying about these troublesome matters. After all, it was all past history. Why should he care about it so much?

After that, Xiaya stayed in Chronoa’s Time Nest for another month. During this time, he stabilized the power of the third level of the Divine Realm, and with the help of the Time Nest’s characteristic of being detached from dimensions, he carefully reviewed the path he traversed in the past without interference.

Visit readlightnovel.me for extra chapters.

……

Outside the illusory space-time.

This place is not affected by the timeline, and time here seems to have lost its meaning. In the dreamlike colorful space, rolling clouds and mists mixed together with the dense colorful sunlight to create a gorgeous scene which gave people a feeling of longing.

A cyan planet was floating among the rays of sunlight.

On the planet, stands a glorious palace that has been existing since time immemorial, with green tiles and white walls, carved ceiling beams and painted rafters, and there are small bridges and running water around it. The ancient, luxurious divine palace is like an exquisite work of art, exuding an ancient, natural and peaceful aura. On the door of the divine palace, a huge plaque was hanging with only one word written on it- “Time”

This is the palace where the Time King lives and it was located outside of the endless space-time.

There were 124 small water balls circling around Time Palace, each only the size of a palm, but each water ball represents a vast space-time.

“Thump, thump, thump…” With the sound of light footsteps, the Great Heaven Official wearing green attire was walking in the passageway of the palace.

“Time King, Universe 7’s God of Time has succeeded his position.” Pushing open the door of the main hall, she walked in and reported calmly.

“Umm, you’ve worked hard.”

On a tall divine throne, a blonde-haired woman was lazily lying on one side as she narrowed her eyes, her hands placed on the armrests of the throne, and a curtain of beautiful golden hair naturally hanging down. The Time King was also a beautiful woman, exquisitely elegant and glamorous.

“Time King, those Dark Angels below are making some small moves again, especially that Lancius•Original Sin. If you let them do whatever they want, the parallel universes will only increase. If this era also collapses…” The Great Heaven Official wanted to say something but then hesitated. Her green eyes were like a stream of clear spring water.

“Don’t worry about them, they are leftovers from some bygone times. Let Zeno deal with these trifling matters.”

“Zeno…” When the Time King said so, the Great Heaven Official responded with a wry smile, but it indeed had nothing to do with them. She sighed and said nothing more.

Dark Angels, in front of the eternal Time King, are indeed just little ants.

“Speaking of which, little girl, you are a grown up now and you have learned to think about the overall situation. When will you inherit my position?” Time King stood up from the divine throne and her gem-like azure eyes fell on the Great Heaven Official, saying jokingly.

“I’m now much wiser.” The Great Heaven Official rolled her eyes at the Time King, the corners of her lips slightly rising. “Don’t even think about abandoning Time King’s position and running away. Do you think I still don’t know you? And don’t call me a little girl. I’m not little anymore.”

Saying that, the Great Heaven Official’s beautiful eyebrows furrowed in dissatisfaction.

“Yes, yes…but this won’t change the fact that you were raised by me. I really miss the days when I held you on my knees.”

In the divine palace, pleasant laughter suddenly resounded.

There are many books in Chronoa’s Time Nest. Each book records the evolution of a habitable planet from the beginning to the end and the races living on it. Some of these books were naturally created when the Time Nest was established, and some Chronoa wrote by spending a great amount of time.

Wandering among the books which were stacked like a hill, a unique ancient fragrance of books and the smell of ink wafted over.

The Supreme Kai of Time was jumping ahead as she introduced Xiaya to the scattered books in the Time Nest.

Xiaya randomly took out a book and flipped through it twice. The book was divided into several chapters based on different races. Some races have left their mother planet and other planets related to them were noted under the race description. With a light touch, as if they were linked, the book changed, making a perfect switch.

As they passed through several corridors, Xiaya suddenly asked Chronoa, “Are there any books that specifically record the races of Universe 7?”

“There are.” Chronoa replied affirmatively, and then took Xiaya into another grandiose room. “The books here are slightly less than the previous place and are mainly recorded with the names of races.”

Xiaya nodded. In fact, the contents recorded in both huge libraries are similar.

It’s just that one has the name of the planet as the book title and the race as the chapter, while the other has the name of the race as the book title and the planet’s inhabitants as the chapter. However, a race like the Earthlings that has not left Earth can only exist in a book with the title “Earth”, and they are not yet eligible to be independent in a book.

This is probably the difference between the universe’s races and the natives of a planet, or at least the difference in details.

Xiaya strolled alone among the stacks of books, his body slightly floating. Finally, he found the book that recorded Saiyans amidst the sea of books.

“Saiyans, originated from Planet Sadala, are born with a strong knowledge of combat. They later moved to Planet Plant (renamed Planet Vegeta) after the destruction of Planet Sadala, and the race was basically destroyed along with Planet Plant…”

This is the preface of the entire book, which briefly describes the history of the Saiyan race. Later, according to the differences in the four Multiverses and the creation of countless fragmented worlds, they were divided into different sub-volumes. In some records of sub-volumes, Planet Plant was also called Planet Tuffle.

Xiaya paid attention and found that there is a chapter that records what happened in Xiaya’s space-time. It records the part where the Saiyans transferred to Planet Hongshan at the time of the destruction of Planet Plant.

“Except for this chapter, the Saiyans in all the other chapters have been destroyed. Even if they didn’t go extinct, there are only a few sporadic numbers who managed to remain alive for a little while.”

Closing the book, Xiaya thought pensively. These books seem to be related to the existence of a race. When a race completely disappears, the records in it will also freeze, and the writing and paper will become dim.

“If a race or planet is destroyed, then what is the use of keeping these books about them here? Is it possible for them to recover?”

“Yes, the power of the Dragon Balls exists in this world. Even if the planet and race are destroyed, there is a hope of recovery.”

Putting back the book about Saiyans, Xiaya found another book about Yardratian.

“Yardratians originated from Planet Beyad, and were previously known as the Beyadians. They possess exceptional supernatural skills…” Xiaya lightly swept across it, flipping through the history of the Yardratians before they went to Planet Yardrat, but there was no record of how the Yardratians moved from Planet Beyad to Planet Yardrat.

“Chronoa, why is there a piece of Yardratian’s history missing here?” Xiaya turned around and asked her.

“Where?” Chronoa asked in surprise.

“Look, a paragraph is missing here, it seems to have been erased.” Xiaya pointed to a large paragraph that was obviously blank.

“Huh? It’s true!” Chronoa’s face furrowed. “But it’s impossible, my Time Nest normally records all the history, there cannot be anything missing!”

The Supreme Kai of Time took over the book about the Yardartians from Xiaya, and then sat on the ground to study it. She slowly moved her white fingers across the blank space, trying to restore the writing on it. But just then, a pale golden shadow circle around it, accompanied by a deep dragon roar, and a majestic and pressure from the distant past swept over.

“Ahhh” Chronoa exclaimed out and her face turned pale. “It’s not working; this period of history has been blessed by a supreme being. I don’t have the ability to reveal it from the long river of history!”

“What do you mean?” Xiaya couldn’t understand.

Chronoa said carefully, “I mean, this period of history is firmly sealed in a specific timeline because of unknown reasons, and no space-time division can interfere with that period of history. Only the Great Time King-sama and Great Heaven Official-sama can do this.”

As the two great beings are involved, Chronoa thinks it is better not to delve into it too much.

“Time King and Great Heaven Official, is it?” Xiaya nodded with a thoughtful look.

Are they really the ones who sealed that period of history? Why did they do this? And he faintly heard a deep dragon roar before. Could it be that someone from the Dragon Realm is also involved? Suddenly, as if a lightning flashed across his mind, Xiaya remembered seeing the burning golden divine dragon in the murals of Planet Yardrat, and many doubts suddenly surfaced in his heart.

“It is high-level God’s business, it is better not to get involved.” Xiaya laughed mockingly, feeling that he was really thinking too much, and then stopped worrying about these troublesome matters. After all, it was all past history. Why should he care about it so much?

After that, Xiaya stayed in Chronoa’s Time Nest for another month. During this time, he stabilized the power of the third level of the Divine Realm, and with the help of the Time Nest’s characteristic of being detached from dimensions, he carefully reviewed the path he traversed in the past without interference.

Visit readlightnovel.me for extra chapters.

……

Outside the illusory space-time.

This place is not affected by the timeline, and time here seems to have lost its meaning. In the dreamlike colorful space, rolling clouds and mists mixed together with the dense colorful sunlight to create a gorgeous scene which gave people a feeling of longing.

A cyan planet was floating among the rays of sunlight.

On the planet, stands a glorious palace that has been existing since time immemorial, with green tiles and white walls, carved ceiling beams and painted rafters, and there are small bridges and running water around it. The ancient, luxurious divine palace is like an exquisite work of art, exuding an ancient, natural and peaceful aura. On the door of the divine palace, a huge plaque was hanging with only one word written on it- “Time”

This is the palace where the Time King lives and it was located outside of the endless space-time.

There were 124 small water balls circling around Time Palace, each only the size of a palm, but each water ball represents a vast space-time.

“Thump, thump, thump…” With the sound of light footsteps, the Great Heaven Official wearing green attire was walking in the passageway of the palace.

“Time King, Universe 7’s God of Time has succeeded his position.” Pushing open the door of the main hall, she walked in and reported calmly.

“Umm, you’ve worked hard.”

On a tall divine throne, a blonde-haired woman was lazily lying on one side as she narrowed her eyes, her hands placed on the armrests of the throne, and a curtain of beautiful golden hair naturally hanging down. The Time King was also a beautiful woman, exquisitely elegant and glamorous.

“Time King, those Dark Angels below are making some small moves again, especially that Lancius•Original Sin. If you let them do whatever they want, the parallel universes will only increase. If this era also collapses…” The Great Heaven Official wanted to say something but then hesitated. Her green eyes were like a stream of clear spring water.

“Don’t worry about them, they are leftovers from some bygone times. Let Zeno deal with these trifling matters.”

“Zeno…” When the Time King said so, the Great Heaven Official responded with a wry smile, but it indeed had nothing to do with them. She sighed and said nothing more.

Dark Angels, in front of the eternal Time King, are indeed just little ants.

“Speaking of which, little girl, you are a grown up now and you have learned to think about the overall situation. When will you inherit my position?” Time King stood up from the divine throne and her gem-like azure eyes fell on the Great Heaven Official, saying jokingly.

“I’m now much wiser.” The Great Heaven Official rolled her eyes at the Time King, the corners of her lips slightly rising. “Don’t even think about abandoning Time King’s position and running away. Do you think I still don’t know you? And don’t call me a little girl. I’m not little anymore.”

Saying that, the Great Heaven Official’s beautiful eyebrows furrowed in dissatisfaction.

“Yes, yes…but this won’t change the fact that you were raised by me. I really miss the days when I held you on my knees.”

In the divine palace, pleasant laughter suddenly resounded.