TFSVGD 72

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Chapter 72

Chen Fang doesn’t know that he was labeled as a traitor for no reason.

Jiang Yunting also did not explain to Jiang Liangchan what exactly this statement meant.

He decided to go to Chen Fang by himself.

Matters between men should be resolved by men themselves.

Jiang Liangchan on the other hand, mistakenly thought that Jiang Yunting would confront their father or someone after seeing his aggressive appearance when he came down off the roof.

So she asked, “What are you going to do? Don’t be impulsive, I’ll go too.”

Jiang Yunting halted his aggressive footsteps, did not know what came to mind as he just narrowed his eyes and nodded seriously.

“Okay, let’s go together.”

Jiang Liangchan sees that Jiang Yunting was brewing his momentum all the way.

It’s just she doesn’t know who he’s going after though.

However, remembering Jiang Yunting’s face that was full of righteousness on the roof earlier, she would accompany him to even if there was a sea of knives and fire!

The righteous siblings marched forcefully on the main road of the Jiang family.

Jiang Yunting was serious.

Jiang Liangchan who was following behind also looked serious.

With each step, she felt intense heroism burning beneath her feet.

Until Jiang Yunting stopped in front of Chen Fang’s courtyard.

The righteous Jiang Liangchan did not look at the road almost hit Jiang Yunting’s back.

“Walk, why are you stopping here?”

Jiang Yunting rightfully said.

“I’ve come to settle accounts with the traitor, and I’ve arrived.”

Jiang Liangchan: “!!!”

Wait.

So this is a death train?

Put me down, this is not the car I want to get on.

Jiang Yunting was angry for a long time before he found that Chen Fang’s yard was locked.

He shouted a few times, but no one answered.

Jiang Yunting circled the courtyard a few times and turned his head to ask Jiang Liangchan.

“He absconded from the crime?”

Realizing this, Jiang Yunting felt unbelievable and was stunned.

“How did he know I was coming to him? Was this the instinct of a traitor?”

Jiang Liangchan: “…..”

Young man, wake up.

He’s not even on the same team as us.

We go to the dead sky group, and Chen Fang the male protagonist goes to the living group of people, this is not a combination that can debut together, never!

Jiang Yunting was still persistently trying to open the door.

Jiang Liangchen pulled him away and asked breathlessly.

“What makes you think he’s a traitor?”

Jiang Yunting hummed.

“If not for father slipping his words today and telling me not participate in the martial arts competition and said that Chen Fang couldn’t teach me anymore since he arranged other tasks for Chen Fang, so he asked Mr. Zhang to teach me again.”

Let him tactfully find a loophole and know Chen Fang’s role here.

Jiang Yunting was angry the more he thought about it.

“Didn’t they say that brothers in jianghu don’t bow down for money and power? How come when father gave him a mission he just went without informing me?”

Jiang Liangchan:… How can I tell him that Chen Fang is really not a big brother in the Jianghu?

Forget it, rather than telling him his true identity might as well make him his big brother.

Moreover, her father was courting disaster, it would only get complicated if she reveals his identity now.

Jiang Yunting on the other hand, the more he thinks about it, the angrier he gets.

Since Chen Fang had promised his father before he called him, it means that before his father banned him from entering the tournament, Chen Fang already knew that he could not participate in the tournament.

Chen Fang knew full well what he was doing for, practicing so hard all this time.

But in the end, he didn’t even care to notify him.

Were they still called brothers?

He wonders what kind of benefits his father has promised him.

To have Chen Fang just abandoned their wild and brand-new brotherhood and embarked on the road to wealth and glory alone.

How disappointing…

And lost and angry he was.

Jiang Yunting climbed up the wall of the courtyard and threw several small stones into it. After waiting for a long time, no one came out to beat him.

He finally determined that Chen Fang was not at home.

The guy did run away.

Jiang Yunting climbed down from the wall angrily and promised Jiang Liangchan angrily.

“Elder sister, don’t worry I’ll handle the withdrawal from your marriage.”

Jiang Liangchan hesitantly looked at the ash crumbs he was covered in when he came down from the wall.

Suddenly she felt that her brother was not so reliable.

In the following days, Jiang Yunting seemed to start leaving early and returning late and was secretive every day.

Jiang Liangchan did not know what he was working on as he would not answer even after asking him.

He was only seen practicing late into the night every night after he returned.

But even if he didn’t tell her what he was been doing Jiang Liangchan had guessed that Jiang Yunting must have been trying to help her cancel her engagement.

In fact, Jiang Liangchan does not need him to do anything, she herself has planned a series of plans to cancel the engagement.

The key was that although the engagement disgusted her, it was not fatal.

If it doesn’t work, she’ll just run away from the marriage or refuse to marry that day, it doesn’t matter, she has nothing to fear.

What worries Jiang Liangchan most was not this matter.

She was worried for Jiang Yunting on the one hand.

In the novel, the old man of the arrow god took the disciple originally was not him, but someone else.

At that time, it was not Jiang Yunting who would truly be able to the tide and save the edge but it was the real apprentice of the old arrow god.

By knowing the plot, she tried to force this line to Jiang Yunting.

But now, Jiang Yunting’s participation in the tournament had become steeply bumpy, and she was worried that Jiang Yunting would just miss out on the tournament with Old Man Arrow God.

Therefore, Jiang Liangchan used a great deal of manpower to withdraw all the people who had been sent out to find Duan Rong and spread people all over the capital to find the people suspected to be old arrow god, so as to give Jiang Yunting more opportunities.

On the other hand, she was more worried about her father.

Although she couldn’t know from the plotline, what exactly did her father let Chen Fang do now?

However, she at least knows that it was now Chen Fang who knows the bottom line of her father and the Jiang family.

Meanwhile, on her father’s side she tried and found that her father didn’t know who Shen Fang really was and why he lived in Jiang’s house.

Although her father should also have checked who Chen Fang but since Chen Fang could conceal his true identity from the world, naturally he could also conceal it from him. It’s just that she’s afraid that her father was still treating Chen Fang as a capable man and threatening a young powerless man.

She suspected that what her father had asked Chen Fang to do was something that sent him to his death.

During this time that Chen Fang has vanished, Jiang Yunting’s undying desire to sanction him increases so every time he would pass his yard he would poke his head to see if he has returned.

Jiang Liangchan also secretly went to Chen Fang’s courtyard several times.

Her reasons were naturally different from Jiang Yunting’s.

She was trying to find Chen Fang to see what her father had done again to get Chen Fang to do.

If her father really did send Chen Fang to his death, then she had to find a way to remedy or stop it.

Unfortunately, after waiting for four or five days, Chen Fang did not return.

Her father has acted like usual, calm and relaxed but he still does not come out in the study every day. As soon as Jiang Liangchan went over, she was told that the master was busy and had no time to see her, presumably he must be thinking that she was going to insist on withdrawing from the wedding.

Jiang Liangchan had no choice but to wait nervously. She was uneasy about the account made by Jiang Pingxuan, thinking about what to do to eliminate the hatred value when Chen Fang was back to his rightful throne.

She waited and waited for a message.

But Chen Fang was not coming back.

Though a piece of news did come to the door of the Jiang manor it was about the Daoist priests.

This day, Jiang Liangchan felt strange as she got up.

She felt a little uncomfortable.

Not to mention it was noisy outside, listening to the servant girls running around she was wondering what they were doing.

Jiang Liangchan had just lifted the thick curtain and wanted to go out to have a look when she almost bumped into Jiang Yunting who rushed in.

Jiang Yunting panted.

“Sister, two things.”

Jiang Liangchan pulled him in and handed him a cup of tea.

“Have a sip of water first, why did you run?”

Jiang Yunting drank the tea and then said, “I just heard from father that brother Chen won’t come back.”

Jiang Liangchan was stunned for a moment and looked at him.

Jiang Yunting: “I just eavesdropped on father’s words with Uncle Fu, and father said that what he sent Brother Chen to do a task that has a possibility of not returning. There was no information about Brother Chen for so many days, so it should be that he is not returning.”

He bit his lip and continued: “However, father said that he had people check the scene and there was no body of Brother Chen. Therefore, father and Uncle Fu guessed that brother Chen probably escaped, but he was too injured to come back, or he didn’t want to come back, or…”

Or, just can’t come back.

Jiang Yunting didn’t have the heart to say it.

Jiang Liangchan did not speak for a long time.

Her mind was buzzing as a myriad of thoughts stuffed through her head without stopping.

Chen Fang was killed by her father?

No, Chen Fang was the male lead, he would not die.

So, it was Jiang Pingxuan who almost sent him to his death and finally did a big sin.

Their family finally offended Chen Fang and put him on the death list, didn’t they?

Chen Fang clearly knows who Prime Minister Jiang was. Why should he deceive him?

All these thoughts flashed through her mind.

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