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My Fusion System: Fusing a Thousand Chickens at the Start

Chapter 647

At the Dwarven Kingdom…

“Your Majesty, these are the documents recently sent from all over the Dwarven Kingdom.”

That was the highest-tier office in the Sky Islands. Watson was sitting on a huge chair in a spacious office.

An official of the Dwarven Kingdom stood in front of him, holding a thick stack of documents in his hand.

“Bring it here for me to see.”

Watson waved his hand, and the dwarf respectfully handed him the paperwork in his hand. There were already a lot of papers piled up on the long desk in front of him. Watson, who was editing the documents, released his grip on the quill. He wiped the gap between his brows and examined the documents delivered by the dwarf.

Those new documents recorded many significant events that had recently happened in the Dwarven Kingdom.

“The magical railway that connects the Dwarven Kingdom to the Kingdom of Kings has opened. The train will deliver high-quality ores to the Kingdom of Kings constantly. Within a year, the volume of platinum and diamond-tier ores is estimated to surpass one billion tons. The newly appointed Minister of Railways has requested ten million gold coins to construct a new railway and train factory, to connect every corner of the earth within the following year.”

The Dwarven Kingdom’s factories had all been constructed. They could create a wide range of technological weapons, such as magical rifles, magical protective equipment, antimatter cannons, spaceships, and so on! At that moment, almost a thousand factories had been constructed, and to a significant extent, that had solved the dwarves’ employment problem.

“The number of gods enticed to join us has reached a hundred. The effective reclamation of the sea and land is due to the gods. They have grown to over a million hectares of usable land in just a week! The gaming console created by the gods has also been an enormous success. So far, no gods have indicated a desire to resist or flee.

“The game console has been tested successfully and can be put into production. Currently, many noble dwarves in the kingdom have expressed their intention to invest in constructing a gaming factory. It is reported that they are willing to give up as much as 100 million gold coins.”

After skimming through the documents in front of him, Watson’s lips curled into a smile.

“All of them are now on the correct course thanks to the transformation of the Dwarven Kingdom through the dwarven chess piece.”

He had been thinking about combining that realm with the Dwarven Kingdom to construct the Kingdom of Kings. It was a lovely notion, but it would be a waste of the ground on which the Dwarven Kingdom stood.

Different kingdoms and ethnicities, in his opinion, should be varied. He had just conquered the Dwarven Kingdom. They were not like other people, even though they were subordinate to him. He still had to make a lot of effort to avoid feeling conflicted to help the dwarves and humans live in harmony.

All of the changes to the Dwarven Kingdom were part of his strategy. Only once the dwarves saw the benefits of being ruled by him and realized they could not leave did they take the initiative to communicate with the humans.

Watson made the decision to transform the Dwarven Kingdom into a highly technical monarchy over the following few years, making it the most advanced place on the planet and a beacon for all inventors.

He created the game console to accomplish that. A spiritual need might exist in an evolved culture in addition to a survival necessity. Simultaneously, he invented the telephone, which was utilized for long-distance communication. The communication signal was transmitted by four satellites orbiting the Earth. The mobile phone was only appropriate for a few high-tier dwarves. It would take some time for it to gain traction.

“Go and speak to the newly established ministers. I have agreed to their request for funding. Let’s start building the gaming factory. However, the nobleman who pays the highest price can only obtain the right to build the game factory.”

Since Watson became the king of the Dwarven Kingdom, he had bestowed the title of Archduke on the original king, Prussia. He would retain the rights of the ancient royal noblemen, but he was no longer permitted to express his views on national policy.

Watson waved his hand at the dwarf in front of him. After the dwarf nodded in agreement and respectfully retreated, he stood up and stretched his legs.

Sunlight shone through the shutters that could automatically close, shining on his body and turning it golden.

It had been a long time since he had gone to the Dwarven Kingdom, so it was time for him to return.

He took a step forward after withdrawing his arm. A massive teleportation magical circle appeared on the ground with a single step, and his figure vanished.

Watson had already arrived aboard a massive spaceship hovering in the air when he reappeared. The spacecraft was streamlined and almost a thousand meters long, and it was surrounded by antimatter weaponry. More than a dozen cracks near the spaceship’s stern were gushing flames. The flames consumed the emptiness, creating a tremendous propelling force.

That spaceship was called the Universal Spaceship. It was one of the technological weapons that Watson had developed. At that moment, there were only three dwarven kingdoms. The anti-matter cannons were not as powerful as the satellites that surrounded the world, but their power was not to be underestimated. One shot was enough to destroy a god.

At that moment, the spaceship was the residence of the Archduke of Prussia.

He hovered in the sky.

The massive cabin door on the top of the spaceship opened before he entered. Two lines of troops emerged from the steel cabin door. They were all dressed in heavy safety suits with clear spherical glass covers on their heads. They were armed with firearms that glowed with a magical radiance. It appeared to be quite amusing, yet their movement speed was not slow. The protective suits on their bodies were outfitted with metal exoskeletons, allowing them to walk on any surface.

Prussia paraded his princesses among the soldiers to greet them.

Prussia, dressed luxuriously, approached Watson and knelt respectfully on one knee. His yellow beard on his lips trembled. “Your subordinate Prussia respectfully submits to His Majesty Watson.”

“You may rise.”

A breeze burst from Prussia’s palm as he stretched out his right hand, raising his body. Watson’s soft and childlike face exhibited a compassionate expression.

“I have come to see you at this time to announce the Dwarven Kingdom’s future development goals! The number of factories in the kingdom will exceed 10,000 within the following year. All soldiers will be outfitted with magical protective garments and magic firearms. By then, even common dwarves will be able to fight platinum or diamond-tier elites.

“We must also expedite the development of the universal spaceship. Of course, the most crucial thing is to strengthen the Dwarven Kingdom’s talent development system. While manufacturing that, we must also construct schools to train workers. I need more people who can adapt to cutting-edge technologies! You don’t have to worry about the tunnel connecting the Dwarven Kingdom’s sky to the divine realm. I will leave a contingent of Blackmoon Knights to guard it. They will deliver word to me if they have a problem with any god.”

Prussia displayed a bewildered expression when he heard Watson’s statements. “Your Majesty, you have told me a lot of information all at once. This is not your typical doing.”

It was not that he could not recall what Watson had said or that he could not finish the work Watson had assigned him. He was simply perplexed.

Watson had barely said a few words before he was done when he had earlier given him directions on his work. Why did he speak so much that time? He had the expression of someone ready to embark on a long journey and was concerned about his children.

Watson turned around as if to make his point and said, “I am leaving the Dwarven Kingdom. I am the King of the Kingdom of Kings. I can’t stay here and ignore my own people.”

“Are you truly leaving, Your Majesty? Can’t you stay?”

Prussia appeared surprised at first, but then he felt hesitant. During his time with Watson, he had already come to view Watson as his king. In the beginning, he had brought Watson to the Dwarven Kingdom solely to demonstrate his strength and to teach Watson a lesson. However, after witnessing Watson and the Blackmoon Knights’ fearsome might, he quickly disregarded that notion.

Watson’s subsequent acts persuaded him even more. He produced a gigantic cannon capable of destroying gods, a technology device capable of improving people’s lives, and even a factory that enabled many unemployed dwarves to find work. He also obtained a large wage, allowing the Dwarven Kingdom to become stronger.

That was something he had not been able to achieve in decades. Watson had done them in less than a month.

The dwarves were a simple race. People with great knowledge and the ability to invent things that regular people could not think of were the most deserving of respect in their eyes. No one in the Dwarven Kingdom could compete with Watson in terms of invention and creation.

Watson was the most well-liked person in the kingdom at the time.

“Do not worry. I am only leaving the Dwarven Kingdom for a short time. I am not saying I will not return. You can look after the affairs of the Dwarven Kingdom while I am away. I can also carry out my plan freely. I am still quite confident in you as you used to be the Dwarf King.”

“I wonder what plan Your Majesty has in mind? Will you make a move against the Thorn Empire?” Prussia asked curiously.

In his opinion, Watson had also taken over the Dwarven Kingdom at that time. Four of the five kingdoms on that continent were under his control, leaving only the last Thorn Empire. If he were Watson, his next move would be to attack the Thorn Empire, take down the fifth kingdom, and achieve the continent’s unification.

Watson turned around. At that moment, his gaze passed through the countless clouds in the sky and drifted to an endless distance.

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His gaze flickered as he slowly spoke. His tone was slow but filled with determination.

“No, my goal is not the Thorn Empire. All I want is the universe and the countless other worlds spread around the divine realm.”

Yes, he desired not only the union of a kingdom or a continent. He desired all he could see.

Even if he governed that continent, the gods remained a menace in the outside world. The gods had the ability to invade at any time. Since that was the case, why did he not simply fuse that reality with the other fractured worlds? He could even fuse the divine realm into it, reuniting the continent that had been shattered during the gods’ battle tens of thousands of years before.

“Your Majesty…” Prussia was so shocked by Watson’s words that he could not speak.

Watson’s ability had previously been the only thing that had persuaded him. Such bearing inspired admiration in him. That was never something he would say.

The distinction between a genius and an ordinary individual might be determined by one’s level of ambition and vision.

Steel dragons appeared in the sky as Watson’s voice faded. If one looked closely, one would notice that those were not steel dragons but rather dragons encased in a mechanized shell. Some of the dragons’ wings were also outfitted with antimatter cannons and magical weaponry.

The Dragon Knights from the Kingdom of Kings had likewise transformed into mechanized equipment on the bodies of those dragons. Some wore firearms on their backs, while others wielded magical cannons.

The 100,000 Blackmoon Knights lined up neatly behind those Dragon Knights. Their black armor reflected the sunlight, and their capes fluttered in the wind, blocking out the sunlight.

That awe-inspiring scene reflected in front of Prussia and the numerous dwarves for a long time, and they could not forget it.

A massive teleportation conduit opened up above the Blackmoon Knights and the others. A warm breeze came from the other side of the vast channel that linked the Kingdom of Kings.

At Mount Creation in the Kingdom of Kings…

“Are the two of you really leaving? Young Master Watson is not back yet. Why don’t you wait a little longer?”

A maid comforted the two people in front of her as they stood on the top of Mount Creation.

A red-haired woman and a muscular male were standing in front of her. They were Jayla and Balroy, visitors from the Thorn Empire to the Kingdom of Kings.

Jayla and Balroy shook their heads and smiled awkwardly in response to the query. “There is no need. We have spent far too much time on Mount Creation. It is time to return to the Thorn Empire and report to His Majesty. He will be concerned if we remain outside for an extended period.”

The two people held large and little parcels in their hands—water from the Spring of Life, the sun fruits, Phoenix eggs, and other goods were included in the packages. They were also lugging a few sofas and cabinets on their shoulders. They did not appear to be on a long journey but rather on the go.

“Since that is the case, the two of you may return. I won’t see you off. I will inform Young Master Watson about it when he returns! Is it challenging to leave with so much? Do you want me to send two dragons to accompany you?”

“No need, no need. We can leave on our own.” Balroy hurriedly refused.

The reason he and Jayla left the Kingdom of Kings so quickly was not that they were unhappy there, nor was it because the people there were unkind to them. On the contrary, they had never seen anything like that before. Every day, a maid would serve them diamond-tier meals in a unique style and dress them in starlight-tier garments, allowing them to live like gods.

They had almost forgotten who they were in the Kingdom of Kings since life was so joyful. They were forced to flee because they heard that Watson had invaded the Dwarven Kingdom and captured the whole kingdom.

At first, they did not trust the rumor. Watson had only spent a few days in the Dwarven Kingdom. How did he manage to defeat them so quickly? Although the Dwarven Kingdom was not the most powerful, it had a strong base. Furthermore, the Dwarven Kingdom possessed a plethora of great innovations. However, they quickly learned that the 100,000 Blackmoon Knights on Mount Creation had retreated to an unknown location.

They had no choice but to believe that Watson had gone to conquer the Dwarven Kingdom. While living on Mount Creation, they had personally witnessed the strength of the Blackmoon Knights. Each of the 100,000 soldiers had the strength of a god. No matter what kind of enemy they faced, they would be invincible.

After confirming Watson’s conquest of the Dwarven Kingdom, they began to worry about Watson’s next objective—the Thorn empire. After all, they were part of the Thorn Empire’s nine divine generals. They needed to inform their king about the situation as soon as possible.

Jayla and Balroy were about to leave after dodging the maid on Mount Creation for a bit when a gigantic hole suddenly emerged in the sky.

The mighty Blackmoon Knights fell first through the hole that represented the teleportation channel, followed by the Dragon Knights on steel dragons. The dragons roared, and the Dragon Knights raised their magic cannons to the heavens.

Watson, dressed in a crown and a starlight gown, descended amid the solemnity. The aura of a monarch quickly engulfed the kingdom, making all living beings who were observing him shudder from the depths of their hearts.

Jayla and Balroy looked up at the sky in a daze. They suppressed the trembling in their legs and had the same thought in their hearts.

“Oh, no, we’re finished!”

At the Dwarven Kingdom…

“Your Majesty, these are the documents recently sent from all over the Dwarven Kingdom.”

That was the highest-tier office in the Sky Islands. Watson was sitting on a huge chair in a spacious office.

An official of the Dwarven Kingdom stood in front of him, holding a thick stack of documents in his hand.

“Bring it here for me to see.”

Watson waved his hand, and the dwarf respectfully handed him the paperwork in his hand. There were already a lot of papers piled up on the long desk in front of him. Watson, who was editing the documents, released his grip on the quill. He wiped the gap between his brows and examined the documents delivered by the dwarf.

Those new documents recorded many significant events that had recently happened in the Dwarven Kingdom.

“The magical railway that connects the Dwarven Kingdom to the Kingdom of Kings has opened. The train will deliver high-quality ores to the Kingdom of Kings constantly. Within a year, the volume of platinum and diamond-tier ores is estimated to surpass one billion tons. The newly appointed Minister of Railways has requested ten million gold coins to construct a new railway and train factory, to connect every corner of the earth within the following year.”

The Dwarven Kingdom’s factories had all been constructed. They could create a wide range of technological weapons, such as magical rifles, magical protective equipment, antimatter cannons, spaceships, and so on! At that moment, almost a thousand factories had been constructed, and to a significant extent, that had solved the dwarves’ employment problem.

“The number of gods enticed to join us has reached a hundred. The effective reclamation of the sea and land is due to the gods. They have grown to over a million hectares of usable land in just a week! The gaming console created by the gods has also been an enormous success. So far, no gods have indicated a desire to resist or flee.

“The game console has been tested successfully and can be put into production. Currently, many noble dwarves in the kingdom have expressed their intention to invest in constructing a gaming factory. It is reported that they are willing to give up as much as 100 million gold coins.”

After skimming through the documents in front of him, Watson’s lips curled into a smile.

“All of them are now on the correct course thanks to the transformation of the Dwarven Kingdom through the dwarven chess piece.”

He had been thinking about combining that realm with the Dwarven Kingdom to construct the Kingdom of Kings. It was a lovely notion, but it would be a waste of the ground on which the Dwarven Kingdom stood.

Different kingdoms and ethnicities, in his opinion, should be varied. He had just conquered the Dwarven Kingdom. They were not like other people, even though they were subordinate to him. He still had to make a lot of effort to avoid feeling conflicted to help the dwarves and humans live in harmony.

All of the changes to the Dwarven Kingdom were part of his strategy. Only once the dwarves saw the benefits of being ruled by him and realized they could not leave did they take the initiative to communicate with the humans.

Watson made the decision to transform the Dwarven Kingdom into a highly technical monarchy over the following few years, making it the most advanced place on the planet and a beacon for all inventors.

He created the game console to accomplish that. A spiritual need might exist in an evolved culture in addition to a survival necessity. Simultaneously, he invented the telephone, which was utilized for long-distance communication. The communication signal was transmitted by four satellites orbiting the Earth. The mobile phone was only appropriate for a few high-tier dwarves. It would take some time for it to gain traction.

“Go and speak to the newly established ministers. I have agreed to their request for funding. Let’s start building the gaming factory. However, the nobleman who pays the highest price can only obtain the right to build the game factory.”

Since Watson became the king of the Dwarven Kingdom, he had bestowed the title of Archduke on the original king, Prussia. He would retain the rights of the ancient royal noblemen, but he was no longer permitted to express his views on national policy.

Watson waved his hand at the dwarf in front of him. After the dwarf nodded in agreement and respectfully retreated, he stood up and stretched his legs.

Sunlight shone through the shutters that could automatically close, shining on his body and turning it golden.

It had been a long time since he had gone to the Dwarven Kingdom, so it was time for him to return.

He took a step forward after withdrawing his arm. A massive teleportation magical circle appeared on the ground with a single step, and his figure vanished.

Watson had already arrived aboard a massive spaceship hovering in the air when he reappeared. The spacecraft was streamlined and almost a thousand meters long, and it was surrounded by antimatter weaponry. More than a dozen cracks near the spaceship’s stern were gushing flames. The flames consumed the emptiness, creating a tremendous propelling force.

That spaceship was called the Universal Spaceship. It was one of the technological weapons that Watson had developed. At that moment, there were only three dwarven kingdoms. The anti-matter cannons were not as powerful as the satellites that surrounded the world, but their power was not to be underestimated. One shot was enough to destroy a god.

At that moment, the spaceship was the residence of the Archduke of Prussia.

He hovered in the sky.

The massive cabin door on the top of the spaceship opened before he entered. Two lines of troops emerged from the steel cabin door. They were all dressed in heavy safety suits with clear spherical glass covers on their heads. They were armed with firearms that glowed with a magical radiance. It appeared to be quite amusing, yet their movement speed was not slow. The protective suits on their bodies were outfitted with metal exoskeletons, allowing them to walk on any surface.

Prussia paraded his princesses among the soldiers to greet them.

Prussia, dressed luxuriously, approached Watson and knelt respectfully on one knee. His yellow beard on his lips trembled. “Your subordinate Prussia respectfully submits to His Majesty Watson.”

“You may rise.”

A breeze burst from Prussia’s palm as he stretched out his right hand, raising his body. Watson’s soft and childlike face exhibited a compassionate expression.

“I have come to see you at this time to announce the Dwarven Kingdom’s future development goals! The number of factories in the kingdom will exceed 10,000 within the following year. All soldiers will be outfitted with magical protective garments and magic firearms. By then, even common dwarves will be able to fight platinum or diamond-tier elites.

“We must also expedite the development of the universal spaceship. Of course, the most crucial thing is to strengthen the Dwarven Kingdom’s talent development system. While manufacturing that, we must also construct schools to train workers. I need more people who can adapt to cutting-edge technologies! You don’t have to worry about the tunnel connecting the Dwarven Kingdom’s sky to the divine realm. I will leave a contingent of Blackmoon Knights to guard it. They will deliver word to me if they have a problem with any god.”

Prussia displayed a bewildered expression when he heard Watson’s statements. “Your Majesty, you have told me a lot of information all at once. This is not your typical doing.”

It was not that he could not recall what Watson had said or that he could not finish the work Watson had assigned him. He was simply perplexed.

Watson had barely said a few words before he was done when he had earlier given him directions on his work. Why did he speak so much that time? He had the expression of someone ready to embark on a long journey and was concerned about his children.

Watson turned around as if to make his point and said, “I am leaving the Dwarven Kingdom. I am the King of the Kingdom of Kings. I can’t stay here and ignore my own people.”

“Are you truly leaving, Your Majesty? Can’t you stay?”

Prussia appeared surprised at first, but then he felt hesitant. During his time with Watson, he had already come to view Watson as his king. In the beginning, he had brought Watson to the Dwarven Kingdom solely to demonstrate his strength and to teach Watson a lesson. However, after witnessing Watson and the Blackmoon Knights’ fearsome might, he quickly disregarded that notion.

Watson’s subsequent acts persuaded him even more. He produced a gigantic cannon capable of destroying gods, a technology device capable of improving people’s lives, and even a factory that enabled many unemployed dwarves to find work. He also obtained a large wage, allowing the Dwarven Kingdom to become stronger.

That was something he had not been able to achieve in decades. Watson had done them in less than a month.

The dwarves were a simple race. People with great knowledge and the ability to invent things that regular people could not think of were the most deserving of respect in their eyes. No one in the Dwarven Kingdom could compete with Watson in terms of invention and creation.

Watson was the most well-liked person in the kingdom at the time.

“Do not worry. I am only leaving the Dwarven Kingdom for a short time. I am not saying I will not return. You can look after the affairs of the Dwarven Kingdom while I am away. I can also carry out my plan freely. I am still quite confident in you as you used to be the Dwarf King.”

“I wonder what plan Your Majesty has in mind? Will you make a move against the Thorn Empire?” Prussia asked curiously.

In his opinion, Watson had also taken over the Dwarven Kingdom at that time. Four of the five kingdoms on that continent were under his control, leaving only the last Thorn Empire. If he were Watson, his next move would be to attack the Thorn Empire, take down the fifth kingdom, and achieve the continent’s unification.

Watson turned around. At that moment, his gaze passed through the countless clouds in the sky and drifted to an endless distance.

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His gaze flickered as he slowly spoke. His tone was slow but filled with determination.

“No, my goal is not the Thorn Empire. All I want is the universe and the countless other worlds spread around the divine realm.”

Yes, he desired not only the union of a kingdom or a continent. He desired all he could see.

Even if he governed that continent, the gods remained a menace in the outside world. The gods had the ability to invade at any time. Since that was the case, why did he not simply fuse that reality with the other fractured worlds? He could even fuse the divine realm into it, reuniting the continent that had been shattered during the gods’ battle tens of thousands of years before.

“Your Majesty…” Prussia was so shocked by Watson’s words that he could not speak.

Watson’s ability had previously been the only thing that had persuaded him. Such bearing inspired admiration in him. That was never something he would say.

The distinction between a genius and an ordinary individual might be determined by one’s level of ambition and vision.

Steel dragons appeared in the sky as Watson’s voice faded. If one looked closely, one would notice that those were not steel dragons but rather dragons encased in a mechanized shell. Some of the dragons’ wings were also outfitted with antimatter cannons and magical weaponry.

The Dragon Knights from the Kingdom of Kings had likewise transformed into mechanized equipment on the bodies of those dragons. Some wore firearms on their backs, while others wielded magical cannons.

The 100,000 Blackmoon Knights lined up neatly behind those Dragon Knights. Their black armor reflected the sunlight, and their capes fluttered in the wind, blocking out the sunlight.

That awe-inspiring scene reflected in front of Prussia and the numerous dwarves for a long time, and they could not forget it.

A massive teleportation conduit opened up above the Blackmoon Knights and the others. A warm breeze came from the other side of the vast channel that linked the Kingdom of Kings.

At Mount Creation in the Kingdom of Kings…

“Are the two of you really leaving? Young Master Watson is not back yet. Why don’t you wait a little longer?”

A maid comforted the two people in front of her as they stood on the top of Mount Creation.

A red-haired woman and a muscular male were standing in front of her. They were Jayla and Balroy, visitors from the Thorn Empire to the Kingdom of Kings.

Jayla and Balroy shook their heads and smiled awkwardly in response to the query. “There is no need. We have spent far too much time on Mount Creation. It is time to return to the Thorn Empire and report to His Majesty. He will be concerned if we remain outside for an extended period.”

The two people held large and little parcels in their hands—water from the Spring of Life, the sun fruits, Phoenix eggs, and other goods were included in the packages. They were also lugging a few sofas and cabinets on their shoulders. They did not appear to be on a long journey but rather on the go.

“Since that is the case, the two of you may return. I won’t see you off. I will inform Young Master Watson about it when he returns! Is it challenging to leave with so much? Do you want me to send two dragons to accompany you?”

“No need, no need. We can leave on our own.” Balroy hurriedly refused.

The reason he and Jayla left the Kingdom of Kings so quickly was not that they were unhappy there, nor was it because the people there were unkind to them. On the contrary, they had never seen anything like that before. Every day, a maid would serve them diamond-tier meals in a unique style and dress them in starlight-tier garments, allowing them to live like gods.

They had almost forgotten who they were in the Kingdom of Kings since life was so joyful. They were forced to flee because they heard that Watson had invaded the Dwarven Kingdom and captured the whole kingdom.

At first, they did not trust the rumor. Watson had only spent a few days in the Dwarven Kingdom. How did he manage to defeat them so quickly? Although the Dwarven Kingdom was not the most powerful, it had a strong base. Furthermore, the Dwarven Kingdom possessed a plethora of great innovations. However, they quickly learned that the 100,000 Blackmoon Knights on Mount Creation had retreated to an unknown location.

They had no choice but to believe that Watson had gone to conquer the Dwarven Kingdom. While living on Mount Creation, they had personally witnessed the strength of the Blackmoon Knights. Each of the 100,000 soldiers had the strength of a god. No matter what kind of enemy they faced, they would be invincible.

After confirming Watson’s conquest of the Dwarven Kingdom, they began to worry about Watson’s next objective—the Thorn empire. After all, they were part of the Thorn Empire’s nine divine generals. They needed to inform their king about the situation as soon as possible.

Jayla and Balroy were about to leave after dodging the maid on Mount Creation for a bit when a gigantic hole suddenly emerged in the sky.

The mighty Blackmoon Knights fell first through the hole that represented the teleportation channel, followed by the Dragon Knights on steel dragons. The dragons roared, and the Dragon Knights raised their magic cannons to the heavens.

Watson, dressed in a crown and a starlight gown, descended amid the solemnity. The aura of a monarch quickly engulfed the kingdom, making all living beings who were observing him shudder from the depths of their hearts.

Jayla and Balroy looked up at the sky in a daze. They suppressed the trembling in their legs and had the same thought in their hearts.

“Oh, no, we’re finished!”

At the Dwarven Kingdom…

“Your Majesty, these are the documents recently sent from all over the Dwarven Kingdom.”

That was the highest-tier office in the Sky Islands. Watson was sitting on a huge chair in a spacious office.

An official of the Dwarven Kingdom stood in front of him, holding a thick stack of documents in his hand.

“Bring it here for me to see.”

Watson waved his hand, and the dwarf respectfully handed him the paperwork in his hand. There were already a lot of papers piled up on the long desk in front of him. Watson, who was editing the documents, released his grip on the quill. He wiped the gap between his brows and examined the documents delivered by the dwarf.

Those new documents recorded many significant events that had recently happened in the Dwarven Kingdom.

“The magical railway that connects the Dwarven Kingdom to the Kingdom of Kings has opened. The train will deliver high-quality ores to the Kingdom of Kings constantly. Within a year, the volume of platinum and diamond-tier ores is estimated to surpass one billion tons. The newly appointed Minister of Railways has requested ten million gold coins to construct a new railway and train factory, to connect every corner of the earth within the following year.”

The Dwarven Kingdom’s factories had all been constructed. They could create a wide range of technological weapons, such as magical rifles, magical protective equipment, antimatter cannons, spaceships, and so on! At that moment, almost a thousand factories had been constructed, and to a significant extent, that had solved the dwarves’ employment problem.

“The number of gods enticed to join us has reached a hundred. The effective reclamation of the sea and land is due to the gods. They have grown to over a million hectares of usable land in just a week! The gaming console created by the gods has also been an enormous success. So far, no gods have indicated a desire to resist or flee.

“The game console has been tested successfully and can be put into production. Currently, many noble dwarves in the kingdom have expressed their intention to invest in constructing a gaming factory. It is reported that they are willing to give up as much as 100 million gold coins.”

After skimming through the documents in front of him, Watson’s lips curled into a smile.

“All of them are now on the correct course thanks to the transformation of the Dwarven Kingdom through the dwarven chess piece.”

He had been thinking about combining that realm with the Dwarven Kingdom to construct the Kingdom of Kings. It was a lovely notion, but it would be a waste of the ground on which the Dwarven Kingdom stood.

Different kingdoms and ethnicities, in his opinion, should be varied. He had just conquered the Dwarven Kingdom. They were not like other people, even though they were subordinate to him. He still had to make a lot of effort to avoid feeling conflicted to help the dwarves and humans live in harmony.

All of the changes to the Dwarven Kingdom were part of his strategy. Only once the dwarves saw the benefits of being ruled by him and realized they could not leave did they take the initiative to communicate with the humans.

Watson made the decision to transform the Dwarven Kingdom into a highly technical monarchy over the following few years, making it the most advanced place on the planet and a beacon for all inventors.

He created the game console to accomplish that. A spiritual need might exist in an evolved culture in addition to a survival necessity. Simultaneously, he invented the telephone, which was utilized for long-distance communication. The communication signal was transmitted by four satellites orbiting the Earth. The mobile phone was only appropriate for a few high-tier dwarves. It would take some time for it to gain traction.

“Go and speak to the newly established ministers. I have agreed to their request for funding. Let’s start building the gaming factory. However, the nobleman who pays the highest price can only obtain the right to build the game factory.”

Since Watson became the king of the Dwarven Kingdom, he had bestowed the title of Archduke on the original king, Prussia. He would retain the rights of the ancient royal noblemen, but he was no longer permitted to express his views on national policy.

Watson waved his hand at the dwarf in front of him. After the dwarf nodded in agreement and respectfully retreated, he stood up and stretched his legs.

Sunlight shone through the shutters that could automatically close, shining on his body and turning it golden.

It had been a long time since he had gone to the Dwarven Kingdom, so it was time for him to return.

He took a step forward after withdrawing his arm. A massive teleportation magical circle appeared on the ground with a single step, and his figure vanished.

Watson had already arrived aboard a massive spaceship hovering in the air when he reappeared. The spacecraft was streamlined and almost a thousand meters long, and it was surrounded by antimatter weaponry. More than a dozen cracks near the spaceship’s stern were gushing flames. The flames consumed the emptiness, creating a tremendous propelling force.

That spaceship was called the Universal Spaceship. It was one of the technological weapons that Watson had developed. At that moment, there were only three dwarven kingdoms. The anti-matter cannons were not as powerful as the satellites that surrounded the world, but their power was not to be underestimated. One shot was enough to destroy a god.

At that moment, the spaceship was the residence of the Archduke of Prussia.

He hovered in the sky.

The massive cabin door on the top of the spaceship opened before he entered. Two lines of troops emerged from the steel cabin door. They were all dressed in heavy safety suits with clear spherical glass covers on their heads. They were armed with firearms that glowed with a magical radiance. It appeared to be quite amusing, yet their movement speed was not slow. The protective suits on their bodies were outfitted with metal exoskeletons, allowing them to walk on any surface.

Prussia paraded his princesses among the soldiers to greet them.

Prussia, dressed luxuriously, approached Watson and knelt respectfully on one knee. His yellow beard on his lips trembled. “Your subordinate Prussia respectfully submits to His Majesty Watson.”

“You may rise.”

A breeze burst from Prussia’s palm as he stretched out his right hand, raising his body. Watson’s soft and childlike face exhibited a compassionate expression.

“I have come to see you at this time to announce the Dwarven Kingdom’s future development goals! The number of factories in the kingdom will exceed 10,000 within the following year. All soldiers will be outfitted with magical protective garments and magic firearms. By then, even common dwarves will be able to fight platinum or diamond-tier elites.

“We must also expedite the development of the universal spaceship. Of course, the most crucial thing is to strengthen the Dwarven Kingdom’s talent development system. While manufacturing that, we must also construct schools to train workers. I need more people who can adapt to cutting-edge technologies! You don’t have to worry about the tunnel connecting the Dwarven Kingdom’s sky to the divine realm. I will leave a contingent of Blackmoon Knights to guard it. They will deliver word to me if they have a problem with any god.”

Prussia displayed a bewildered expression when he heard Watson’s statements. “Your Majesty, you have told me a lot of information all at once. This is not your typical doing.”

It was not that he could not recall what Watson had said or that he could not finish the work Watson had assigned him. He was simply perplexed.

Watson had barely said a few words before he was done when he had earlier given him directions on his work. Why did he speak so much that time? He had the expression of someone ready to embark on a long journey and was concerned about his children.

Watson turned around as if to make his point and said, “I am leaving the Dwarven Kingdom. I am the King of the Kingdom of Kings. I can’t stay here and ignore my own people.”

“Are you truly leaving, Your Majesty? Can’t you stay?”

Prussia appeared surprised at first, but then he felt hesitant. During his time with Watson, he had already come to view Watson as his king. In the beginning, he had brought Watson to the Dwarven Kingdom solely to demonstrate his strength and to teach Watson a lesson. However, after witnessing Watson and the Blackmoon Knights’ fearsome might, he quickly disregarded that notion.

Watson’s subsequent acts persuaded him even more. He produced a gigantic cannon capable of destroying gods, a technology device capable of improving people’s lives, and even a factory that enabled many unemployed dwarves to find work. He also obtained a large wage, allowing the Dwarven Kingdom to become stronger.

That was something he had not been able to achieve in decades. Watson had done them in less than a month.

The dwarves were a simple race. People with great knowledge and the ability to invent things that regular people could not think of were the most deserving of respect in their eyes. No one in the Dwarven Kingdom could compete with Watson in terms of invention and creation.

Watson was the most well-liked person in the kingdom at the time.

“Do not worry. I am only leaving the Dwarven Kingdom for a short time. I am not saying I will not return. You can look after the affairs of the Dwarven Kingdom while I am away. I can also carry out my plan freely. I am still quite confident in you as you used to be the Dwarf King.”

“I wonder what plan Your Majesty has in mind? Will you make a move against the Thorn Empire?” Prussia asked curiously.

In his opinion, Watson had also taken over the Dwarven Kingdom at that time. Four of the five kingdoms on that continent were under his control, leaving only the last Thorn Empire. If he were Watson, his next move would be to attack the Thorn Empire, take down the fifth kingdom, and achieve the continent’s unification.

Watson turned around. At that moment, his gaze passed through the countless clouds in the sky and drifted to an endless distance.

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His gaze flickered as he slowly spoke. His tone was slow but filled with determination.

“No, my goal is not the Thorn Empire. All I want is the universe and the countless other worlds spread around the divine realm.”

Yes, he desired not only the union of a kingdom or a continent. He desired all he could see.

Even if he governed that continent, the gods remained a menace in the outside world. The gods had the ability to invade at any time. Since that was the case, why did he not simply fuse that reality with the other fractured worlds? He could even fuse the divine realm into it, reuniting the continent that had been shattered during the gods’ battle tens of thousands of years before.

“Your Majesty…” Prussia was so shocked by Watson’s words that he could not speak.

Watson’s ability had previously been the only thing that had persuaded him. Such bearing inspired admiration in him. That was never something he would say.

The distinction between a genius and an ordinary individual might be determined by one’s level of ambition and vision.

Steel dragons appeared in the sky as Watson’s voice faded. If one looked closely, one would notice that those were not steel dragons but rather dragons encased in a mechanized shell. Some of the dragons’ wings were also outfitted with antimatter cannons and magical weaponry.

The Dragon Knights from the Kingdom of Kings had likewise transformed into mechanized equipment on the bodies of those dragons. Some wore firearms on their backs, while others wielded magical cannons.

The 100,000 Blackmoon Knights lined up neatly behind those Dragon Knights. Their black armor reflected the sunlight, and their capes fluttered in the wind, blocking out the sunlight.

That awe-inspiring scene reflected in front of Prussia and the numerous dwarves for a long time, and they could not forget it.

A massive teleportation conduit opened up above the Blackmoon Knights and the others. A warm breeze came from the other side of the vast channel that linked the Kingdom of Kings.

At Mount Creation in the Kingdom of Kings…

“Are the two of you really leaving? Young Master Watson is not back yet. Why don’t you wait a little longer?”

A maid comforted the two people in front of her as they stood on the top of Mount Creation.

A red-haired woman and a muscular male were standing in front of her. They were Jayla and Balroy, visitors from the Thorn Empire to the Kingdom of Kings.

Jayla and Balroy shook their heads and smiled awkwardly in response to the query. “There is no need. We have spent far too much time on Mount Creation. It is time to return to the Thorn Empire and report to His Majesty. He will be concerned if we remain outside for an extended period.”

The two people held large and little parcels in their hands—water from the Spring of Life, the sun fruits, Phoenix eggs, and other goods were included in the packages. They were also lugging a few sofas and cabinets on their shoulders. They did not appear to be on a long journey but rather on the go.

“Since that is the case, the two of you may return. I won’t see you off. I will inform Young Master Watson about it when he returns! Is it challenging to leave with so much? Do you want me to send two dragons to accompany you?”

“No need, no need. We can leave on our own.” Balroy hurriedly refused.

The reason he and Jayla left the Kingdom of Kings so quickly was not that they were unhappy there, nor was it because the people there were unkind to them. On the contrary, they had never seen anything like that before. Every day, a maid would serve them diamond-tier meals in a unique style and dress them in starlight-tier garments, allowing them to live like gods.

They had almost forgotten who they were in the Kingdom of Kings since life was so joyful. They were forced to flee because they heard that Watson had invaded the Dwarven Kingdom and captured the whole kingdom.

At first, they did not trust the rumor. Watson had only spent a few days in the Dwarven Kingdom. How did he manage to defeat them so quickly? Although the Dwarven Kingdom was not the most powerful, it had a strong base. Furthermore, the Dwarven Kingdom possessed a plethora of great innovations. However, they quickly learned that the 100,000 Blackmoon Knights on Mount Creation had retreated to an unknown location.

They had no choice but to believe that Watson had gone to conquer the Dwarven Kingdom. While living on Mount Creation, they had personally witnessed the strength of the Blackmoon Knights. Each of the 100,000 soldiers had the strength of a god. No matter what kind of enemy they faced, they would be invincible.

After confirming Watson’s conquest of the Dwarven Kingdom, they began to worry about Watson’s next objective—the Thorn empire. After all, they were part of the Thorn Empire’s nine divine generals. They needed to inform their king about the situation as soon as possible.

Jayla and Balroy were about to leave after dodging the maid on Mount Creation for a bit when a gigantic hole suddenly emerged in the sky.

The mighty Blackmoon Knights fell first through the hole that represented the teleportation channel, followed by the Dragon Knights on steel dragons. The dragons roared, and the Dragon Knights raised their magic cannons to the heavens.

Watson, dressed in a crown and a starlight gown, descended amid the solemnity. The aura of a monarch quickly engulfed the kingdom, making all living beings who were observing him shudder from the depths of their hearts.

Jayla and Balroy looked up at the sky in a daze. They suppressed the trembling in their legs and had the same thought in their hearts.

“Oh, no, we’re finished!”

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