Shen Yanxiao followed Kehr to the deans office.
As soon as Shen Yanxiao entered the room, she felt a strong death energy pervading the room.
Behind the desk, a white-bearded old man was looking down at the files on the table.
When he heard someone coming in, he looked up, and on his wrinkled face, it was covered with traces of time.
“Dean, this is Yan Di.” Kehr introduced.
The dean revealed a kind smile.
He looked at Shen Yanxiao and said, “Ive heard Kehr mention you many times before.
Ive been busy during this period, so I didnt have the chance to see you.
I heard from Kehr that the physical skills you teach are very helpful to students, which is a good thing for our school.”
“Dean, you flatter me.” Shen Yanxiao observed the dean unobtrusively.
Although he had tried his best to hide his death energy, the aura lingering in the room still exposed his strength.
Among all the undeads Shen Yanxiao had seen, Kehr and Sal had the strongest death energy, and the dean in front of her was equal to them.
Shen Yanxiao believed that if he really released his death energy, he would surpass Kehr and Sal.
Undeads had a long lifespan.
They would rarely die of old age unless they encountered fatal injuries.
They aged very slowly, but the dean of Deathfire Academy looked like a human in his eighties or nineties.
One could imagine how old he was.
“Please have a seat.” The dean smiled and invited Shen Yanxiao and Kehr to sit down on a chair.
“You dont seem to be very old.
Kehr said before that you look like a low-level undead, but why do I feel that you already have the aura of an intermediate-level undead” The dean looked at Shen Yanxiao in doubt.
He did not want to have much contact with this little fellow who had been squeezed into the academy by Kehr, but during this period of time, Kehr had been telling him about Shen Yanxiaos progress in teaching students, which made him want to understand Shen Yanxiao well.
Shen Yanxiao was slightly stunned.
She had been restraining the death energy in her body, so even Kehr did not notice that she had broken through to the realm of the intermediate-level undead, but the dean could see her growth at a glance.
Such eyesight could not be underestimated.
Kehr was surprised by the deans words.
Although he did not have frequent contact with Shen Yanxiao, he would see her eight or nine times in a month, but he did not find that she had broken through to the level of an intermediate-level undead.
“Thanks to the large number of dark nuclei provided by Mentor Kehr, I had a breakthrough.” Shen Yanxiao knew that she could not hide it from him, so she just said it openly.
“When you entered the academy, were you still a low-level undead” The dean asked.
“Yes.” Shen Yanxiao nodded.
“In a short month, you have made a breakthrough.
It seems that Kehrs guess should be correct.
You should not be a resurrected undead.
There should be some power in your body that suppresses your death energy and makes you look very similar to a resurrected undead.” The dean found this little fellow more and more interesting.
Although resurrected undeads could mature, their growth rate was extremely slow.
Not to mention a month, even in ten years, they might not be able to reach Shen Yanxiaos level.
Although the dark nuclei could provide power for the undeads, it was very difficult to transform this power into their own.
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