The Almighty Dragon General Chapter 3231-Why did Xandros not reveal it previously and had to come to her specifically?
While looking at Thea, Xandros said, “The last Ancestral God Rank Elixir is you.”
“Me?” Thea was stunned.
“How is that even possible?”
Thea could not believe it. She was a human. How could she possibly be an elixir?
Xandros said, “To be precise, there isn’t a final Ancestral God Rank Elixir. It’s just that when human Ancestral Gods created the Ancestral God Rank Elixir during the Primeval Age, they extracted a strand of your soul to create the Ancestral God Rank Elixir. As a result, without your existence, the Ancestral God Rank Elixir is incomplete.”
As he said that, he waved his hand casually. An image appeared in front of Thea.
This image was formed by the Time Capsule. A young girl appeared in the image.
“This was when you were a child. You probably recall a time when you got lost and spent several days wandering around outside. The person in this image is you.”
Thea was taken aback.
She looked at the image intently. The little girl in the image did not resemble her in any way.
She remembered how she used to look when she was younger.
Xandros saw through Thea’s thoughts and explained, “This was because there are Restrictions in the Ancestral God Rank Elixir. To keep others with questionable motives from finding out, the Restrictions in the Ancestral God Rank Elixir altered your appearance.”
“Is it really me?” Thea asked blankly.
“Yes.” Xandros nodded and said, “This is a piece of information left from the Primeval Age. Only previous Lords of the Human Realm are aware of this. As to why the Ancestral Gods of the Primeval Age extracted a strand of your soul to make the Ancestral God Rank Elixir, I have no idea.”
“Is it possible that there was another me in the Primeval Age?” Thea was still in disbelief.
Xandros shook his head. He did not know that for sure.
He said, “You are the core of the Ancestral God Rank Elixir. Only by sacrificing yourself will the Ancestral God Rank Elixir be fully activated. However, after you sacrifice yourself, you will die.”
Thea was dazed and did not speak for quite a while.
Xandros continued, “James is someone destined for the Ancestral God Rank Elixir. The Ancestral God Rank Elixir can only be consumed by him. Moreover, only he can resolve the Fourth Calamity of the human race.”
“Am I really going to die?
“Is it really true that the power of the Ancestral God Rank Elixir can’t be activated without me?
“Why me?” Thea asked several questions in a row.
However, Xandros remained silent.
After some time, he finally spoke, “I know it’s difficult for you to accept this fact. Nonetheless, this is the truth. I didn’t reveal this previously because James was present. I was afraid he wouldn’t be able to accept it.”
Thea’s expression became grim.
She was the Ancestral God Rank Elixir?
That meant she had to sacrifice herself for the Ancestral God Rank Elixir’s power to be fully activated, enabling James to temporarily acquire strength greater than the Ancestral Gods in order to resolve the human race’s Fourth Calamity.
“D-Don’t tell James.” With a pleading expression on her face, Thea looked at Xandros.
“Wait until the Fourth Calamity is over before telling him the truth.”
All this time, she had wished to live in seclusion with James.
She imagined that once Earth’s Fourth Calamity had passed and the human race was at peace, she would be able to live in seclusion with James. She never expected her wait would end in such a way.
Regardless, this was the truth. She could not change it.
Saving the entire human race was James’ wish. Even if it meant giving up her life, she was willing to do so for James.
“I-I’m going back now.”
Thea turned around and left in silence, her face grim.
Xandros remained in the same spot, watching Thea as she left. Only after Thea had walked a long way away did he disappear from his spot.
James, on the other hand, was entirely focused on compressing the absorbed Curse Power. He never would have imagined that his wife was the last Ancestral God Rank Elixir he had painstakingly sought.
Would the female lead die? Of course not. It had already been foreshadowed that James would cross the River of Time in the future, return to the Primeval Age, and ask the Ancestral Gods about Thea’s whereabouts.