Billionaire God of War Chapter 2135

Chapter 2135

He was about to get up when he heard a voice from afar.

“Who are we supposed to save? Didn’t we come back alive?” Ethan said loudly.

Upon hearing that, everyone looked up and was greeted by the sight of Ethan striding in assertively while exuding an aura of confidence and power.

Tegan and Gareth trailed meekly behind him like sidekicks, without a hint of authority at all.

Liam couldn’t help but think about how big the difference that separated Ethan and his sons was.

He had two sons but neither of them was of any use. In fact, the both of them probably weren’t even a match for one-tenth of Ethan.

They might not even rival Ethan at one-hundredth of his abilities.

Everyone got to their feet and approached Ethan hastily.

“Ethan!” Lacey was the first in line. She looked as if she was on the verge of tears. “Are you alright? Are all of you alright?”

She seemed to have realized how inappropriate it was to only show concern for Ethan and rephrased her question hastily. However, she didn’t spare a glance at Tegan or Gareth at all as her eyes remained fixed on Ethan.

“Of course. What could happen to me?” said Ethan.

“How did it go?” asked Liam.

The elders stared fixedly at Ethan.

“They agreed to a ceasefire.” Ethan nodded. “I have two months to deal with the gray fog. Once that is resolved, they will stop the fight.”

Everyone had released a sigh of relief when they had heard that Ethan had successfully negotiated a ceasefire. But the words that had left his lips after that had their hearts in their throats again.

Ethan promised to solve the problem of the gray fog within two months?

Numerous sects had tried to address the problem over the course of decades to no avail, and here Ethan was, promising to resolve it within two months.

Tegan and Gareth observed the expressions on everyone’s faces quietly. That was the look that they had earlier. It was like looking in a mirror.

“Ethan, do you know anything about the gray fog?” the Senior Elder asked after a long moment of silence.

“Not at all,” said Ethan honestly. “I’ve not seen it. Why would I know anything about it?”

The Senior Elder’s face paled instantly. He shook his head, then nodded. “That seems to make sense.”

“How are you going to deal with it if you know nothing about it?” The Third Elder was filled with exasperation.

Ethan had no idea what the gray fog was in the first place. How could he deal with it?

“I have no idea,” said Ethan. “Didn’t I tell you that I’ve not seen it yet? It doesn’t matter how amazing a doctor is, he still has to see the patient before he can prescribe a treatment. Don’t worry. I will find a way.”

Having said that, he waved his hand and stopped them from questioning him further.

There was no point in asking so many questions now when he had no answer to them.

The Senior Elder waved his hand and told the rest to cease their questions.

“Alright, we will do as Ethan says and stop fighting for the time being. Everyone should take this opportunity to recuperate.”

This was merely a temporary ceasefire. No one knew if the six major sects might go against their word or mount a relentless retaliation if Ethan failed to provide a solution to the gray fog.

Liam nodded and issued orders for everyone to retire and rest.

He turned towards Ethan. “How about your men? What should we do about them?”

“Don’t worry about them. Let them stay hidden,” said Ethan. “It’ll give us some measure of security.”

He had instructed Brother Geoff and the rest to keep a watchful eye on the six major sects and to send word at the first sign of activity.

He beckoned the Senior Elder over. The latter came over immediately and sat down with him and Liam. The look on Ethan’s face was severe as he spoke in a hushed voice.

“I want to ask you about someone,” he said. “Is there an elder that goes by the last name ‘Cedric’ in Titan Sect?”

“A Mr Cedric?” Liam frowned, then shook his head. “I’ve never heard of that name. I don’t think they have an elder that goes by that last name.”

Titan Sect was a sect that was governed by the Eaton family. All of the elders were from the Eaton family.

“There’s no such person,” the Senior Elder said firmly.

He didn’t know why Ethan had asked them that question. They had not heard of such a person before.

“How about the other sects? Anyone with that name?”

“None at all.” Liam nodded. “I’m certain that there’s no such person in the six major sects. But it’s possible that someone with that name might exist in the other sects…”

“We have to be careful of him then,” said Ethan solemnly before Liam was done talking.


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