The Evil Consort Above An Evil King Chapter 1105

Chapter 1105: The Run (4)

The captain was shocked. He shouted out, "You are not Xia Buyi. Who are you!?"

Gu Xijiu had disguised herself as his leader whose name was Xia Buyi. However, at this point, she refused to act anymore. "Ignore who I am, just operate the ship! I will kill you otherwise."

The man's face turned pale and was obviously threatened. However, he believed that neither of them knew how to operate the ship, so he decided to threaten her in return. "Kill me then! Kill me, and you will all die! Only I can operate the ship. The amount of air in the ship is also limited. It will be completely depleted after half an hour."

Gu Xijiu sighed. "Thank you for the abundance of information that you have just provided. Since you yearn for your death so desperately, I shall fulfill your wish." She pushed her sword forward.

Blood streamed out from the wound, and the captain looked at Gu Xijiu with great disbelief as he slowly fell to the ground. He would never understand why she would do such a crazy thing!

Long Siye wanted to help solve the conflict, but Gu Xijiu was too swift in her actions that he failed to stop her. "We cannot sail this ship without him."

Gu Xijiu was already standing in front of the control panel. "Don't worry, I have learned how to operate it. We don't need him."

Because of the unforeseen event, the ship started to experience strong turbulence. Gu Xijiu placed her hands on the control panel and began operating the buttons smoothly. Moments later, the ship regained its momentum and sailed forward.

Long Siye was speechless. She was indeed a genius. He was considered as someone who was exceedingly smart, but Gu Xijiu was certainly smarter than him! She could master the complicated operation of the ship just by briefly observing the man.

The alarm on the ship kept on beeping. Apparently, it would keep on beeping if they refused to turn the ship around. Gu Xijiu was annoyed, so she decided to smash it. Finally, she could have her peace of mind.

Fortunately, there was only one way out, so she only had to sail towards the direction of the lava. She was not really familiar with the operation at first, causing the ship to be slightly slanted. However, after a while, she managed to keep the ship in balance and continue to sail even faster than before. She seemed like a natural. 

After about ten minutes, the ship sailed through the lava, and they could finally see the sun. Without any time to waste, Gu Xijiu and Long Siye quickly unsealed the hatch and disembarked the ship.

Gu Xijiu felt very uncomfortable after leaving the cabin. Not only that the place was burning hot, but it was also covered with dense clouds. She immediately started sweating and could not stop coughing.

Thick smoke continued to spew from the volcano and thus blinding her vision. Gu Xijiu dared not teleport, as she was concerned that they might end up in the lava. Just when about she was about to find a way out and run for safety, Long Siye suddenly took her hand and said, "I remember the way, follow me!"

He could roughly remember the way, as he was here before when he was still under the control of "Ye Hongfeng". He was about to escape with his Qing Gong, but Gu Xijiu turned and grabbed his hand instead.

His expression slightly changed as he stared at her. "You… don't trust me?"

Gu Xijiu interrupted, "You should show me the way, and I will teleport with you. It will be faster." Long Siye was relieved and did not comment anymore, "Great!" Both of them coordinated and disappeared within the glimpse of an eye.

When Long Fan finally surfaced from the lava in another ship, he could only see the ship that was stranded in the lava, along with the dead body they left behind. Long Siye and Gu Xijiu were already long gone.

Long Fan clenched his fist tightly. Gu Xijiu's teleportation skill was the best asset in her escape as it was even faster than flying. Once she went ashore, her teleportation would no longer be restricted, and she could use it freely as she liked. It would be significantly more difficult to track them down.