Cosmic Professional Gladiator - Chapter 489 - 489 Primordial Research Institute Headquarters (1)
Chapter 489 – 489 Primordial Research Institute Headquarters (1)
489 Primordial Research Institute Headquarters (1)
After Xu Jingming became an Origin lifeform, he was very sensitive to space and time. He could usually determine how far he had traveled.
Huh? Xu Jingming felt that space had been distorted greatly, and the distance he traveled was unimaginable. He couldn’t determine it at all.
He was on Earth a second ago. The next second, he arrived in an isolated darkness—he felt cold and lonely.
In front of him was distorted darkness, and behind him was a huge, dazzling halo.
“Gosh, we’ve warped ourselves into a black hole.” Secretary General Blacksky looked around and smiled at Xu Jingming. “Don’t worry. With me around, the various environments in the universe are still very safe.”
Xu Jingming thought to himself.
He was only an Origin lifeform who had just broken through. A black hole was still a huge threat to him.
“This is the black hole’s ring. It’s beautiful, right?” Secretary General Blacksky pointed at the dazzling halo. “This is my second carrier, so it’s a little slow, and it takes three spatial teleportations to reach the Primordial Research Institute headquarters in the Primordial Star Cosmic Sector from the Hunter Cosmic Sector.”
“It’s already very fast,” Xu Jingming said. “Of the most advanced spaceships I know of, the longest wormhole travel is only two billion light-years.”
“That’s a spaceship, a technological creation. How can it compare to me?” Secretary General Blacksky curled his lips. “If it were my true body, I would only need one leap to go from one end of the cosmic human dominion to the other.”
Xu Jingming was very surprised.
“Unfortunately, your dean doesn’t trust me,” Secretary General Blacksky said. “He created me and imprisoned me. He only allows me to travel using carriers.”
“Imprisoned? You, the secretary general?” Xu Jingming was surprised.
“Although this is a secret, all the alien races in the universe know about it. There’s no need to lie to you.” Secretary General Blacksky sighed. “The dean has been in high-dimensional space for a long time, and what he left in the Primordial Research Institute’s headquarters is only a carrier for his consciousness! His consciousness carrier… isn’t confident in suppressing my true body. He’s afraid that he won’t be able to control me after releasing me, causing the destruction of a large number of cosmic human civilizations. After all, my true body is a high-dimensional lifeform.”
“Therefore, I can only be imprisoned,” Secretary General Blacksky remarked. “I can understand that! In any case, I can send my consciousness into many carriers to act freely. The dean created me. In human language, he can be considered my parents. I have to understand his painstaking efforts.”
Xu Jingming listened to this secret.
This information was long known by the upper echelons of the human race and cosmic aliens, so Secretary General Blacksky spoke casually about it.
As they spoke, the two of them traversed the universe again. They entered an endless swath of darkness. They couldn’t even see any galaxies with the naked eye, nor could they see any cosmic sectors. Naturally, it was difficult to determine the direction.
Secretary General Blacksky’s true body is actually a high-dimensional lifeform? Xu Jingming was still reeling from the news… This was because he knew…
In the entire cosmic human race, there were only three Paramount realm experts, and they were the only high-dimensional lifeforms.
The dean of the Primordial Research Institute had even created a high-dimensional lifeform, Secretary General Blacksky? This meant that there were more than three high-dimensional lifeforms on the cosmic human race’s side.
Secretary General Blacksky brought Xu Jingming to the headquarters of the Primordial Research Institute after the third cosmic warp.
In reality, the headquarters of the Primordial Research Institute was on a planet. The planet was lush with vegetation and had few buildings.
Secretary General Blacksky flew high in the sky with Xu Jingming and introduced, “This is because Origin lifeforms have many things to do in reality. There are very few Origin lifeforms at headquarters—only about 1,000 Lv. 9 Origin lifeforms. There are only about 800 Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms, which is only a rounding error of the total.”
Xu Jingming asked curiously, “How many Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms does our Primordial Research Institute have?”
“You’ve already broken through. After your identity changes, you can check the code names and contact information of every official member on the virtual world network.” Secretary General Blacksky smiled. “As of now, there are a total of 10,037 Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms in the Primordial Research Institute! They occupy about one-fifth of the entire cosmic human race’s Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms.”
“The number of Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms of the Primordial Research Institute, Eternal Academy, and Spacetime Island leave the others in the dust. There are more Lv. 10 lifeforms in Eternal Academy—11,522—and fewer on Spacetime Island, 7,652.”
Xu Jingming did the math.
The three organizations occupied more than half of the human race’s Lv. 10 Origin lifeforms. The other 14 top factions were indeed much inferior.
“Secretary General Blacksky.” A shout came from afar.
Blacksky and Xu Jingming looked over.
In the distance was a long-eared man with a thin face and a gentle smile.
“This is Mr. Yang,” Secretary General Blacksky introduced. “Xu Jingming, this is Mr. Yang, the teacher of the Primordial Research Institute’s Cosmic Magic Cubes course.”
“Mr. Yang,” Xu Jingming greeted.
He knew that anyone addressed as ‘mister’ was a teacher at the Primordial Research Institute.
“You personally brought him here. Who is he?” Mr. Yang observed Xu Jingming curiously.
“He’s the fastest to become an Origin lifeform in this era,” Secretary General Blacksky replied with a smile.
“You’re Wu Ming?” Mr. Yang smiled and looked at Xu Jingming carefully. “Recently, your name has often been mentioned at internal gatherings of our Primordial Research Institute. You became an Origin lifeform in 31 years. Impressive.”
“Mr. Yang, you flatter me,” Xu Jingming said.
“I’m looking forward to your future achievements. Alright, don’t let me take up your time.” Mr. Yang smiled and left.