Invincible! This person has lived for a billion years - C.754 "Suspicious target detected!"


Amy cleverly didn't tell Walker that her daily meals were specially provided.

Over the past half-month, she had indulged in many exquisite dishes she had never seen before.

She feared that if she told Walker, he might come over to share her feast.

"Is the Doors of Terror fun?" Amy had planned to visit the Doors of Terror last time, but Seraphina and Steven had stopped her.

Before Walker could respond, William chimed in, "It's quite fun."

Walker glanced at William, thinking, "Fun? Really?"


Since it was about taking Amy there, it probably wouldn't be a big problem.

Especially now that he was sure William was hiding his true strength.

His offer to take Amy to the Doors of Terror at least indicated that William could ensure her safety.

"It is quite fun," Walker said, not really seeing any safety issues for Amy.

With the sword in her hand, she was nearly invincible, perhaps only lesser than the gods themselves.

"Then let's go!" Amy, hearing it was fun, didn't think twice.

William and Walker had both been to the Doors of Terror before, and they had come out just fine, hadn't they?

Plus, Seraphina and Steven hadn't mentioned any dangers, only that she might get lost and be unable to find Mr. Johnson and the others.

Now that they were going together, there was nothing to fear.

After agreeing, they headed straight for the void gate of the Doors of Terror.

There, guards were stationed.

It had been a while since this Doors of Terror had descended.

The Doors of Terror that Dolly had previously conjured up seemed more like creating alternate worlds for the humans on Earth.

If not for William's intervention, the Doors of Terror wouldn't have been so terrifying. Although there were dangers inside, completing certain tasks could yield rewards.

The death rate wasn't nearly as exaggerated as when William had entered.

People entering had to register, and in this era of labor shortages, any dangerous endeavor required thorough preparation.

"Walker, you're going into the Doors of Terror?" Wes stopped William and his group at the entrance.

"Can't we go in?" Walker asked. "The three of us together shouldn't face any danger, right?"

Wes stole a glance at William and gave a wry smile, "Of course, there won't be any danger, but if you're going in, it would be best if you could bring something out."

With William going in, how could there be any danger?

In fact, the people from Arcane Village base had already explored the Doors of Terror multiple times and had some understanding of what was inside.

"What kind of things?" Walker hadn't expected Wes to stop them to ask them to bring things out.

"You don't know what's inside this Doors of Terror?"

Walker replied, "I heard it's like a parallel world of the future, with future technology."

Wes said, "It is indeed like a future world, but it's filled with radiation from post-war chaos. Ordinary people going in would surely die, and even A-class powerhouses can only venture about 30 miles deep. Beyond that, even they dare not go."

"You might have heard, many of our technologies at Arcane Village base come from this Doors of Terror..."

"I haven't heard that," Walker shook his head.

Wes gritted his teeth, "Anyway, if you're going in, bring out whatever you can."

"Just bring out anything related to future technology!"

Previously, many scientists had proposed that the Doors of Terror was an alternate space aiding human evolution. Thus, besides being called the Doors of Terror, it was also known as the Doors of Evolution.

As animals and plants began to mutate and strengthen, if humans wanted to reclaim their dominance on Earth, they needed to become stronger.

This could be achieved through intense training to become a Soulmancer or through mutations, or by exploring the Doors of Evolution to acquire powerful weapons or embark on a path of even more formidable evolution.

"Got it!" Walker asked, "Why not let those elite squad members explore it?"

Wes replied, "The elite squad needs to guard the base. If something happens to them inside, wouldn't the whole base be thrown into chaos?"

"Damn, so you're sending us in to take the risk?" Walker got worked up. "You don't think of us as humans, huh?"

"Fu..." Wes almost cursed too. "Isn't it you guys who wanted to go in?"

"True!" Walker chuckled and scratched his head.

"Enough talking, we're going in." William didn't want to waste time with Wes and walked straight through the Doors of Terror.

Walker quickly pulled Amy along with him.

Leaving Wes alone, puzzled.

What was William doing in the Doors of Terror?

As far as he knew, although the Doors of Terror were somewhat dangerous, for someone as powerful as William, it was like playing house—hardly meaningful.

Could there be something inside that would interest William?


Walker was also going in this time to try and figure out William's capabilities, which he hadn't managed to discern in previous visits. Could he still not figure it out this time?

But after he and Amy entered, they lost sight of William. All they saw was a scene of devastation, filled with the scars of war.

"Where did Mr. Johnson go?"

Amy wanted to find William as soon as she entered.

Walker looked ahead and said, "Let's not worry about William for now. Look ahead."

Of course, Amy saw it too. Less than 1000 feet ahead, the area was filled with silver robots, and various flying machines dotted the sky.

"Suspicious target detected!"


Upon seeing Amy and her group, the robots and flying machines lit up with red lights and shouted "Attack!" in a mechanical, synthesized voice.



Bullets sprayed everywhere, and missiles were launched.

"Watch out!" Walker shouted, his energy surging as he bulked up, his muscles swelling and his body growing slightly larger as he shielded Amy.

Amy was strong, but she seemed to rely solely on her secret arts,her physical body wasn't very robust, and a bullet could seriously injure her!

Walker, having long enhanced his body through witchcraft potions, was virtually immune to ordinary bullets and physical attacks.

"Got it!" Amy responded, and around her, within a 10-foot radius, layers of golden glowing energy streams appeared.

The seemingly ethereal energy streams fluctuated but effectively blocked all incoming attacks.

"I..." Walker finally snapped back to reality, realizing Amy was no ordinary person.

Rumored to be a disciple of a high-ranking god-king, her background was even more significant than his.

Her secret arts also appeared extremely powerful.

"Let's go find Mr. Johnson," Amy said, holding the Sword of the Abyssal Guardian and stepping forward.

Robots that reached them and touched the energy stream were shredded into pieces.

Amy moved like an unstoppable crushing machine.

William watched from the shadows. Amy's current strength allowed her to roam freely in this place without any danger.

Moreover, with Walker protecting her, it was time to introduce some new twists to their adventure.

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