Paragon of Sin

The Heavenly Dao exists. It decides what is right and what is wrong. To act against it is to sin, to act according to it is to be blessed by its graces. The world of cultivation is difficult, an unchanging principle. Yet there are those who are cherished by the Heavens, cuddled into rising above all and everyone else. How can this be? Why must this be? What is moral and just? What is evil and immoral?! WHY DOES IT GET TO DECIDE?! So we, the Sinners, we act against the Heavenly Daos, grasp our own fates in hopes of truly overturning them. This is a Journey of a young boy born Blessed, but turned Sinner. The greatest sinner of them all. ----- As some of you may know, I'm also the Author of Consuming Earths, Devouring Skies! This is my second project, and one I'm incredibly passionate about! I hope you all enjoy following the adventures of Wei Wuyin! And I hope that I can bring a fresh experience to you all. ---- Follow for Updates: https://twitter.com/KevinAscending Here's Discord if you just want to chat or meet some like-minded individuals! https://discord.gg/kevinascending If you want to support my novel, to increase the ratio of releases, or to receive monthly bonus releases! You can support here: https://www.patreon.com/KevinAscending https://ko-fi.com/kevinascending paypal.me/KevinJpl Or @Kevinjpl Any and all support goes to supporting me and my right to write!

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Chapter 1575: Mad & Defiant (3)

The Samsara of Stars was as massive as the reach of the universe, empty and vast, the only occupants were none other than deceased shells of peak Astral Souls, germinating star seeds, and the Mortal Dao, with the only visitors of this exquisite space being a single mortal and a star he birthed with effort and care sprinkled with lofty ambition.

The mortal floated under the radiant glow of the solar star. The illumination of its brilliance was warm and comfortable to an unnatural extreme, enough to lull one to a slumber that could last for millions upon millions of years. The familiarity of this direct exposure triggered the mortal's latent memories of his past. Both location and warmth were enough. With a hearty and relaxed sigh, the mortal smiled.