Veracity? I thought it was a common word, lol cuz I've read it in a few novels in the past
Zen informed their parents that during her previous visit, she surreptitiously administered a substance to him, resulting in his debilitating sickness for a week, an assertion utterly devoid of veracity. She was then reprimanded as a result of that.
He then patted the beast's head and said, "What a ferocious beast giving me a hard time, tsk. But you did give me some useful skills." He smiled and directly grabbed its head, then kicked it up like a soccer ball.
Zen then remembered the concept of the butterfly effect. A phenomenon, denoting the notion or act of altering something, regardless of its magnitude, possesses the potential to yield unanticipated repercussions as time progresses.
Father told them to go outside and start heading inside the ship. Zen looked outside and was flabbergasted that the sky was full of ships, like thousands of ships and air bikes. He could sense the aura of each person and the lowest rank among them was an Intermediate swordsman and mage.