ing thought that he was probably thrust into a forest.

Luo Lingxing securely shut the life-saving ship to prevent any animals from sneaking inside.
If nothing unexpected happened, he would stay inside there for a few days.

Once that was done, Luo Lingxing walked toward the forest to check out the situation of his surroundings.

In fact, Luo Lingxing wasn’t unfamiliar with forests.
In fact, one could say that was more familiar and comfortable in a forest than in a city since he had often stayed in the forest in his previous life.

Forests were also full of all sorts of food, and there would of course be various beasts as well.
Inside the forest, Luo Lingxing could look for food as well as use the beasts to train his spiritual energy.
This would make his spiritual energy and strength even stronger. 

Although this forest was in a foriegn world, the essence was the same.
Inside the forest, Luo Lingxing released his mental scope to as wide an area as he could.
He cautiously evaluated his surroundings so that he could immediately counter-attack if anything were to happen.

Who knew if it was because Luo Lingxing was lucky today or if it was because he was near the edge of the forest, but Luo Lingxing walked for a long time and didn’t encounter any large beasts.
He had captured a couple wild chickens and wild rabbits, so it looked like he had secured his dinner.

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Moreover, even after walking this long, Luo Lingxing didn’t encounter another person, much less any inhabitants.
He didn’t know if there were any people on this planet or if he was too far away from any cities or towns.
In any case, this was both good and bad for him.

It was bad since no one discovered that he was here and he didn’t have a way to leave this place either.
But the good thing was he could use this time where he wouldn’t be discovered by anyone to cultivate his spiritual energy.
If he didn’t cultivate his spiritual energy now, the strength of it would decrease.

Luo Lingxing returned to the area beside the life-saving ship, gathered some dry branches and grass, then used the little fireball technique to light the branches and grass.
He placed the prepared wild chickens and rabbits on the fire to roast, then opened his terminal.
Naturally, it didn’t have any signal.
He tried calling Han Junzhan’s number, but the sweet operator lady’s voice reminded him that he wasn’t within the service area.

As he expected, he wasn’t able to contact him.
Forget it, he should use this opportunity to cultivate.
That guy would find him eventually.
Luo Lingxing didn’t know why, but he strangely trushed Han Junzhan.

Moving to the military district’s side, ever since Han Junzhan sent Luo Lingxing to the space station, he had a bad premonition and was very uneasy.
He didn’t know where this bad feeling came from, but he couldn’t even focus on his work.

All of a sudden, Han Junzhan felt like his heart was being tightly squeezed.
His large hand caressed the area above his heart while a thin gleem of sweat formed on his forehead.
The unease spread in his heart, causing the usually calm Han Junzhan to panic.

Meanwhile, the military district receives a distress signal from a spaceship in space.
The military leaders all gathered for a meeting to discuss how to move forward.

“Boss, the marshals are gathered in the meeting room for a meeting,” Zhang Xuan said to Han Junzhan.  “What happened?” Han Junzhan pushed down the sense of unease with much difficulty, and others weren’t able to see anything wrong with him.

“I heard a spaceship encountered a space pirate’s looting.
I’m not sure of the specifics,” Zhang Xuan told Han Junzhan what he had heard.

“A spaceship?” Han Junzhan muttered in a deep voice.
The worry in his heart came closer and closer to the surface, and he suddenly felt flustered from an unknown origin, causing him to rush toward the meeting room.

“Chang’e No.
10 was attacked by space pirates near the Seyfert galaxy.
I’m afraid this is a very bad omen.
We’re already sent a rescue party to them,” the person who received the help request, the marshal of the second legion.
said to everyone.

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Han Junzhan brows furrowed tightly.
When he heard Chang’e No.
10, his eyes opened in shock.
“Marshal, which spaceship did you say again?” Han Junzhan suddenly asked.
This was the first time that he had lost himself during a meeting.

Everyone stared at Han Junzhan in shock, but Han Junzhan didn’t care.
The only thing he cared about right now was to figure out exactly which spaceship it was?

“The long-distance travel spaceship for civilians, Chang’e No.
10.” The marshal was shocked that Han Junzhan was acting like this and subconsciously replied.

Chang’e No.
10.
It really was Chang’e No.
10.
He had personally dropped Luo Lingxing to this spaceship that very morning.
If he had known that something like this would happen, he would have never let Luoluo leave by himself.

“Dammit,” Han Junzhan mumbled curses, trying to maintain his calm.
He then said to the marshal, “Regimental commander of the first legion, Han Junzhan, requests to provide support!”

No one knew why Han Junzhan was this worked up, but since this was the first time seeing him acting like this, it must mean that someone important to him was on that ship.
Therefore, they also worried along with him.
“Regimental commander of the third legion, Zheng Hexu, also requests to provide support.” Zheng Hexu quickly followed to stand.

“Okay, then your two armies will go.
You must protect everyone’s safety,” the marshal said.

“Yes, sir!” Han Junzhan and Zheng Hexu immediately responded solemnly.

Han Junzhan couldn’t stay there for a second longer and he couldn’t wait any longer either.
Once the meeting concluded, he immediately went to gather his army.

“Boss, what in the world is going on?” Zhang Xuan and the others asked after boarding the warship.

Han Junzhan’s entire focus was on Luo Lingxing, wishing that he could appear by that person’s side in an instant.
Naturally, he didn’t have the heart to bother with the people around him.

Zhao Chongzhuo replied, “Chang’e No.
10 was attacked by space pirates.”

“Chang’e No.
10.
Chang’e No.
10?” “Wasn’t that the one Luo…” Zhang Xuan suddenly stopped spreading and turned to look at Han Junzhan.
No wonder the boss had been acting weird since earlier.
Was it because of this?

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