link: https://www.novelupdates.com/series/worlds-apocalypse-online/ C1: Why are they using scimitars? I thought this was a sci-fi series? I wonder how he can tell that the badge is a kilo. He's likely lost a ton of strength by going back in time, so a kilo shouldn't really feel like a kilo to his current understanding of his own strength. “Of course it’s the Last Peaceful Year” Why would they call it that when they're living in it? As far as they know, things will be peaceful again eventually. Or do they have seers who have decreed it as such? C2: I'm not really sure I see the need for a strong cheat on top of future knowledge. Future knowledge is a pretty strong cheat all on its own. Honestly, with just that, he might be able to beat the demons before the game even launches. C3: What makes him think 5 is a small number? The only prices he's seen so far were for 2 skills at 1 point. With that baseline, 5 points is quite a lot. Unless he's already familiar with those skills and knows that they're trash? "One good news, is that a player’s cultivation can be brought to reality." Then why did it take them so long to realize that it wasn't a game? I wonder if he'll stick with the bow. It'd make a nice change from all the sword obsessed MCs. If there's only one soldier left, then why was the demon even bothering to hide? Why didn't it just kill him? You could say that he wasn't hungry yet, but then killing the MC wouldn't make sense. "Rescuing" him and then killing him when it was hungry would have made more sense. Demons aren't stupid, right? If he kills them from within the invisibility formation, then it shouldn't take them very long to pinpoint the base's location and overrun it. Also, how is he so accurate? He didn't learn accuracy, and bows are not so forgiving that a novice can fire them accurately without significant training. Heck, he didn't even learn Precision, which might have given him enough info to figure out accuracy on his own. "As long as there is enough Soul Points, I’m immediately able to comprehend any skills that a weapon once used, if it’s like this, what skills are there in the world that is out of my reach?" Non-weapon skills. Obviously. Which, by the way, are by far the most useful skills in a world spanning conflict. C4: So, does time continue to pass in the game while he's gone? If so, then that cook is going to die after being abandoned for almost a month and the MC's a bit of a jerk for not caring at all. What's the point in the invisibility formation if they're going to put the mass grave right outside of it? "all precisely aimed at its weak points" How? He didn't take Precision. I wonder if he can cultivate to get xp, or if he has to kill. C5: So, in what way is asking a girl out to eat not confessing to her in that situation? It would have been quite easy for him to go to a hospital and get tested to prove that he'd been drugged to act like that. Her father would at that point have directed his anger to the drugger, and (possibly) not the drugged. At bare minimum, he would have dragged his "friend" down with him. [Zhang Ye bites his teeth and step forward, whispering into Gu Qing Shan’s ear: “Gu Qing Shan, your peaceful days are over”] Seriously? What's the point in breaking character here? He gains nothing and loses everything by revealing himself now. C6: I'm beginning to understand why this novel's early chapters are regarded as utter trash. I mean, seriously, if they had someone who could so easily extract truth from people, then proving the MC's innocence would have been child's play in the original timeline, and given his stellar reputation up to that point, there's no reason they wouldn't have done it. The author is clearly not thinking things through. c7: "Unfortunately, the trail also goes cold here." Not really. Just because a high school student couldn't track it, that doesn't mean that an extremely rich and highly motivated family couldn't. "With his academic records, he can easily pass the examination, picking whichever university he wants." Not really. Grab any professional in the world who hasn't been in school for 10+ years, and I doubt they'd be able to pass a generalized college exam. There's simply too much useless knowledge being tested. Wouldn't making an offer like this with this timing make the girl's family super suspicious that he was the mastermind behind the previous plot? Even if its not enough for them to go after him, it would be enough to chill their relationship and make courtship of her much more difficult. Also, why would he do this himself? There's no need. He could easily hire someone to do it for him, someone who wasn't completely braindead, actually had people skills, and (ideally) wasn't connected to him in any way. Also, why keep his cultivation a secret? With it, he could pretend to be a Professional. Apparently, that would up his status quite a bit and open many doors for him. Why get rid of the evidence? Just call the girl and ask for her help in dealing with the Nie family. The shame of getting caught would likely be more than enough for his family to chastise and punish him. He'd never get a real punishment of course, but he might have his movements restricted enough that the MC could ignore him for a while, which is all he really needs considering how fast his strength will grow. C9: Martial Masters were only the second realm of martial artists, right? Why is someone so weak a Grand Steward of the clan? Or is the clan actually quite weak on a global scale? C10: If he's going to snipe him (which is much more intelligent than I was expecting by the way), then why didn't he do it from across the street or something? That room is so small that he might as well have used a spear to "snipe" him. Why would the communicator be showing Nie Yun's image? Wouldn't that have been very distracting for his steward? Also, how does the MC know that casino? He'd never have had any reason to go there. I'd guess that it was the only casino in town, but he specifically said it was the biggest. C11: Why wouldn't Wang Ming have runaway immediately? He owed the MC nothing. Whatever debts existed were already repaid at extreme cost to Wang Ming. He should want the MC dead more than ever, even if he's given up on the idea of killing him. "Gu Qing Shan have took on several jobs to make money, at the same time accumulated a large amount of personal Merit to prepare for future education necessities." The author says this, but I doubt he really understands how draining it is to work even one job while maintaining perfect grades at a top school. Not to mention the question of when he'd have the time. Even if he somehow didn't need sleep at all, there's still only so many hours in a day. "this person's personality is not bad." He's a hired killer... His personality is definitely bad... I wonder if he'll gift the Su family some major advances, or hog them for himself and try to start his own company? I'm betting on the latter, even though the former would help humanity more due to the time it would take him to build the business up to a large enough size to actually matter in the war. If his academics were so impressive, then why didn't she take an interest in him in the last life? The prom incident would have drawn her attention to him, and his status as a genius would definitely have been mentioned in the rumors. Heck, he should already have been on her list of potential candidates even before then. There's basically no reason for him to not have been recruited, even if she didn't like his perceived character as a potential rapist. I sincerely doubt he'd be the first rapist she worked with after all. C12: If time doesn't pass while you're logged out, then that feels like something that could be easily abused for strategic purposes. "The putrid smell of blood from the dead pit is too strong. If it attracts a powerful demon that can see through the Invisibility formation of the outpost, you and I both will end up dead" This should be common knowledge taught during basic training, if not by your own parents when you're still a toddler. I'll be severely disappointed if he kills the giant. C13: "Soul Points +2, current Soul Point 3/5" shouldn't this be 3/10? Or did his SP not increase with his cultivation level like it was supposed to? I'm surprised he didn't try to eat it, even if it did have a human face. "of course having a chance means you can also fail and gain nothing." yeah right. He'll definitely always get something and that something will definitely always be OP. He had a sword earlier though? It offered him two trash skills when he picked it up. Of course, he could always just make himself a sword at the research center. C15: Why would the high grade items still be there? The officers ran away. They'd definitely have taken the high grade items with them when they did. It's not like they wouldn't have known it was there, been unwillingly to look for it, or unwilling to search for its key after all. Why the f' would you use soul points to level up? You get them the same way as xp, but xp is easier to obtain. Add on to that the fact that soul points actually have a lot more uses and using them to replace xp is basically the same as crippling yourself. And that's before noticing that SP requires cultivation methods, while xp doesn't. "In later stages of the game, the amount of Experience Points needed for each level becomes an astronomical number, becoming invisible shackles for the large amount of players." So what? There's no reason to believe that the SP cost won't also be extreme, nor is there any reason why he couldn't change his mind then. There was no time limit on this decision. C16: "It seems that Soul Point really is high quality, so I’ve won the gamble." It is way too early to be coming to that conclusion. I'm sure he's right of course. His plot armor is too thick for anything else, but he has no reason to know that. "Since his maximum Soul Point has increased, he’s no longer in a rush to comprehend "Precision"." Well, why would he be when the author has already given it to him for free? "That’s obvious, breaking through two stages in a row is rare even in the cultivator world." Three stages. C17: "After an hour." He's still standing next to the corpse that was already stated to be attracting demons. Why has he not already been attacked? And yet, even with this semi-divine skill, I bet he'll still insist on using a sword. Even though its actually an inferior weapon for someone leading an army. I wonder if higher levels of the skill will just add more arrows, or if they'll add effects to the arrows too. I wonder if its occurred to him yet that any "inventions" he comes up with will belong to the Su family due to him being an employee of their research arm. If so, and if he doesn't plan to give his "inventions" to them, I wonder how he plans to get around that, or if the author hasn't realized it either and will pretend that a super rich family wouldn't use the law to steal everything from him. C19: Looking at that merit attainment list, its pretty clear that the government doesn't really value human life. “In accordance to the Confederate Constitution of rights, all citizens engaging in creation-centric scientific research should be given the right of Privacy, to ensure their own safety and intellectual properties are not at risk. Request accepted, from this moment forward, Impartial Goddess will keep your secret” And what about the contract that he undoubtedly signed with the Su clan that definitely made all his inventions their exclusive property? That aside, I wonder how many merits he'll get from this design, and who will get the rights to construct it for the Confederation. Why wouldn't Impartial Goddess have a direct line to the human leader of the nation? lol, that poor concert XD C20: “Mission complete, all agents retreat” rofl. I can just picture the confusion of those agents XD C21: "Using the power of a single person, wanting to change the future is almost impossible." He basically already did it by gifting such an advanced mech to the Federation. Of course, it's hard to say if it was a good change or not since it could lead to the Federation attacking the rest of the world, thus weakening them right before the game would normally have started. Just how poorly raised is Bai Hong Wu to not understand that disrespecting the madame's personal guest is the same as disrespecting her? Or did she ask him to do that? If so, then she should have taken care of it herself rather than asking an outsider, or better yet, not invited the MC at all. “Fire the Mech R&D department’s researcher Gu Qing Shan, effective immediately” Technically, the design he just created still belongs to her, even if she fired him the next day. That said, I wonder how long it will take her to regret this decision for the rest of her life? And if the author will acknowledge the fact that the design 100% belongs to her. C22: “You tapped our phone conversation?” How? There's no way Impartial Goddess would have allowed anyone to tap into that conversation. She'd eradicate the Su family before allowing such a thing. Why did she awaken early? Nothing he did would have resulted in that, and he's still the only one that should be capable of altering the world's course significantly. It's only been two days after all. All that aside, he was once one of the leaders of humanity. There's no way he doesn't know the value of his mech design. Couldn't he just contact Impartial Goddess and ask for basically anything that he wants? A new job, a mountain of cash, State protection, entry into whatever university, or even employment as a full-time teacher at any university? You know, basically anything his currently established character might think of. "supreme commander of a nation’s greater-than-a-million military force." A million is a rather small force for a supreme nation, especially by Chinese standards. "His masterpiece, a drink made with the best of his abilities in honor of her." Wasn't his masterpiece supposed to use stuff from both worlds? How would he make it with the random stuff found at the bar? C24: Why does he have so many arrows? I thought the base was basically out of weapons. C26: "The arrow shot into the Mech’s knee joint center, a hulking Mech forged from steel, took an arrow to the knee and keeled over." I was a Mech Warrior like you once, until I took an arrow to the knee. “Gu Qing Shan’s personal Merit total: 799,873,957,281,439 points” lol. I knew it would be high, but I was still expecting it to be a bit lower than this. After all, he only advanced things by a year or two. Is it even possible to spend that many merit points in a life time? So, does Highest Leader make him the President, or just a very high ranking noble? “I clearly saw him first, and they dared to steal him from me!” lol. Actually, they totally saw him first C28: I wonder how much experience he has as a matchmaker who can't just order people to marry That said, I wonder why they won't start dating. Both of them want to, and status is no longer a problem, but it'd be super strange from a meta perspective if they did. C29: What makes them think that Impartial Goddess will let them keep their status after killing off the MC? Isn't maintaining order and eliminating those that disrupt it one of its core functions? I wonder why he didn't use this chance to get his girlfriend admitted to the Military Academy too. She's the same major, right? So why not help her get into the superior school? Shouldn't the government already be aware of the Apocalypse? It takes a while to setup a cover like The Game, even if we're only talking about advertising and hardware production and distribution. They should already be working on it even now. "Confederate Military Academy Mobile Mech major, Special Professor" I was half expecting this given his contributions. I wonder how many classes he'll have to teach, and if he'll still have time to take classes on the side. C30: [“Yeah, the last year of peace” Zhao Lu nodded in agreement.] Seriously, why would it be called that in the present? "Heaven’s Limit Sect, Heaven’s Limit Saintess Ning Yue Xi, fell in battle on the 9th of June." And we have our next potential harem member. The only way she's not joining is if she's ugly, which would be very surprising. “Pack up quickly, we have to leave now” Why bring the cook? He'll double the travel time at bare minimum while also vastly increasing the odds of getting spotted. It would be better to simply come back and rescue him after alerting the authorities to the plight of the two cultivators. Or was all this just to absolve the MC of blame when the cook dies? C31: "Gu Qing Shan took the chance and showed a look of sadness." But not the chance to tell them that there was still one other survivor. I wonder how long it'll take him to figure out that she's the second person he's supposed to save, and that they were likely killed in a joint venture by the demons and the humans. That aside, I wonder if those two were in a relationship. If not (which seems likely since I'm still betting on her joining the harem), I wonder why they were sneaking around together. It's unlikely that they're blood relations since he wasn't aware of such a connection, and student/teacher seems unlikely since she wasn't a formations master. C32: Why aren't they leaving? Any interrogation can wait. Those demons aren't likely to be gone for long. C33: “Your cultivation is so low, it’s possible that something could happen to you, why aren’t you keeping it for yourself?” His cultivation being low is exactly the reason it should go to her. If something happens, she'll be much better equipped to deal with it than he would. Um, I think she's forgetting the rather extreme difference here. He's not poisoned like that other guy was, and her being cured of poison will mean that 1) he won't have to carry her and 2) she'll be able to protect him. This is an extremely pragmatic decision and there's absolutely no need to get emotional about it. C34: “You’ve been at the frontline since the start, in the Southwest stronghold, why did you decide to station 2 squads of 5-Elements spell users?” Um, wouldn't that be a state secret that he's not authorized to know? C35: "successfully located Shen Wu world" I wonder if that's the MC's world and if this will push forward the release of the game. I kinda hope so, but it would be very surprising. Considering how far her realm exceeds his, how would he even be able to use a bow that was suitable for her? Wouldn't his strength be far too low to even pull the string, much less knock an arrow? That aside, I wonder how much the skills on it will cost to learn if it came from her father. C36: If the bow is that good at concealing, then why didn't she use it to run away? I wonder how many SP he'll get from this, and if he'll take the time to spend them mid-battle so that they aren't wasted. He could probably jump his cultivaiton level at least twice and learn a few skills from that bow with how much he'd be likely to get from this. C37: “Defeated high-tiered monster: Grey Flame Serpent, gained 20 Soul Points, Current Soul Points: 21/7” Then what's the point of the upper limit? Or is this because he's in a special quest at the moment? I hope he's smart enough to not use Bombardment in this fight. It'll be difficult to explain how he knows it to her. That said, he should try to combine it with Rapid Fire, and possibly try to work Sharpshooter in with Shifting Flurry, assuming that new skills can still be added to Growth Skills. C38: If he's worried about not being able to hang onto the SP, he should just ask the guy next to him for some formation plates. He can dump all his SP into becoming a formations master. He might even be able to incorporate formations into his arrows attack patterns to create illusions and whatnot along their flight paths or at their destinations. C39: I hope he remembers to learn all those formation plates before they get destroyed. I wonder why its so exaggerated when traveling between his own world and the game's world is so seemless and quick. That aside, he should really use his resources in his original world to make arrows, armor, etc. to take back to the game's world. He's got basically infinite resources there. No reason to not abuse them. "ever since he started designing the Blazing Angel, he’s been fighting nonstop for quite a long time." True, does he not need sleep anymore? He's been going for like 2-3 days straight without sleeping once, with most of that time spent on fighting tough battles. Why didn't he immediately buy the next layer of cultivation? No real reason to wait, and (unless something has changed) he should have almost enough energy to make the breakthrough already if he does it. C41: “Be assured, Impartial Goddess will not interfere with anybody’s right to love” lol "removing from secret security observation” That's not a good thing. It'll probably make her easier to kidnap. "Maybe it’s because I’ve become a person close to the President so she gives me special attention?" He's supposed to be the head of the worlds' defensive forces right? Or at least, one of them, yes? How does he not understand his own value? lol, she's very lucky she remained professional C42: They do realize that he couldn't have even have gotten in there if he didn't have backing, right? They should at least verify who he is before trying to bully him. It's not like its even hard to do when every single one of them likely has a Holo-Brain capable of doing it for them within seconds. Heck, most of them should have had his picture handed to them by their families along with instructions to get to know him. That aside, why didn't he just insist on an escrow service? This sort of thing is exactly what they exist for. C43: "Free shooting for 1 minute and compare the scores at the end, whoever scored more wins” Did he not look at the MC's target? I doubt there are any places on it that were hit other than the bullseye. If he just wants to gift money to the MC, then there are better ways to do it. "The manager looked at Gu Qing Shan and asked without hesitation" They should know his status. Unless the people who programmed the door are morons, they would have been notified the moment he walked in. C46: lol. None of the women in his life like swords I wonder if he'll return it to her after he gets back. If so, then she'll be immortal. If not, then she'll likely die at some point. C47: Invisibility wouldn't be enough to stop them attacking. They're not stupid enough for that to make sense. “If we can get out of this dire situation, I will personally invite all the brothers here to join Yao Guang Sect, as our stewards” This feels like a death flag. That aside, why hasn't he learned the formation in that plate? Or even checked the cost of learning it? If he could cast it without the plate, then he'd have one more trump card for life. Ah, so that's why he didn't learn the formations. It was so that he could waste all his points on the sword, even though its clearly inferior to both formations and the bow, especially in their current situation. C51: Why did he originally waste time learning two thousand sword styles? I sincerely doubt he even used most of them. I wonder if he picked them to use, or to combine. C53: I wonder if it'll ever occur to Leng Tian Xing to wonder why the MC didn't use this method while everyone was still alive. It would obviously have had a much higher chance of everyone making it alive. I'm really not clear on what the difference is between storing his bow in his inventory and his sword in the wind. Can't either of them make the weapon appear or disappear at will? Except that storing in inventory is free while storing in the wind isn't. C54: "Mountain Leveling Rush!" Didn't he already use the last of his qi with the secret arte? That aside, its nice to see that he won't be allowed to keep a sword for some time. I'm curious how many SP he got from this. Everything here is stronger than him, so he should have gotten all the SP from every kill. Though, the fact that he can kill higher level opponents so easily is itself quite stupid. Its like cultivation realms don't even actually matter at all. C55: "in this world, without strength, without status, your words carry even less weight than the wind." I wonder how long it'll take him to realize who he's standing next to. C56: "players were weaker than the cultivation world cultivators" If this was a universal truth, then why was he the one that killed the demon king? Why wasn't it a native? "Xuanyuan Tianzun, Great Monk of Resentment, Bai Hua Fairy" Only one female. He'll definitely go to her and add another harem member. C57: “Current Soul Points: 651/7” Honestly, that feels a bit low considering how much he was getting from those Bloodthirsters. Maybe its because his realm went up a couple of times since then? Though, with that many points, he should absolutely learn all those formations he's got on him. But, at this point, I doubt he will. He just doesn't respect them enough. I've been wondering this for a while now, but if this formation existed, then why didn't they use it to return instead of the demon king's throne? C58: Fish are normally caught to be eaten, why would you use a poison weapon on it? Are you trying to kill the boatman? C61: If its such an awesome formation, then why not see if he can learn it? I'm not sure if he has enough points or a high enough cultivation, but there's literally nothing stopping him from trying. C63: In order for naming conventions to matter, they have to be known and enforced in some way. If they're not, then there's no reason that a Pristine style couldn't be lightning based. And if they are, then its something anyone would know, especially those at the top who are good enough to create such styles on a whim, like a Saint. C64: I wonder why she didn't notice his rapidly increasing cultivation level and comment on it. It would be impossible to hide after viewing those memories, even if they were nothing but visuals. C65: Aww, I was really hoping he wouldn't get even a semi-permenant sword for a long, long time. Swords are so overdone So, which is it? Is it a sword that's never been used before and thus has no skills, or is it a Saint's old weapon and therefore should have at least a few, even if she never used it for anything but training? That aside, if it really is such a divine weapon, why can't he get any skills from it? I mean, he can learn them from formation plates, so it should be possible. Or is his cultivation just too low for the skills to even show? C66: If she's that sensitive to orphans, then why didn't she just open an orphanage? Its not like she'd lack for hands or resources to run it. C67: "Gu Qing Shan couldn’t predict this at all." Really? I thought it was pretty much a foregone conclusion and have mostly been wondering what excuse he'd give her and us for why he'd turn down such a great offer. Honestly, the shocking bit is that he actually accepted, not because it's not a great offer, but because most MCs would have turned it down anyway. “That bow belonged to Heaven’s Limit Saintess Ning Yue Xi correct?" Why would she even need to ask? She saw the saintess give it to him. C68: If there was a beast saint, then why didn't it just attack itself? Especially once it sensed her coming? "The strongest Saint in the world, doesn’t just have, but also actively use extremely fluent pickpocketing skills." lol 69: "Just what kind of spell would be able to make her disappear in front of all our eyes without a trace like that” Do they know about Flesh Incarnation or not? If they do, this is a stupid question. If they don't, then how did they use it to identify her? That aside, why were they expecting her specifically to come? That many saints being there but not acting would only make sense if it was a trap for her, but they did everything in their power to keep her, or any other saint, from showing up. C71: "When, will I also reach this height?" One year, if you're slacking off. “You also agree? Then let’s go with that, she and I will use no powers, just our fists to determine who’s the winner” lol. I like the type of girl he attracts. Too bad he'll go for the boring one like every other protagonist ever. “Confederate Highest Leader, Gu Qing Shan" I wonder if he'll still be able to convince himself that he's a nobody with almost no merit points left. C72: Would the current Professionals even be strong enough to get near that thing? They haven't felt like they were even close to being strong enough so far. "It was also then that the game came to them." Really? That doesn't feel like it matches the original story. So, basically, "Individual strength means nothing, so I have to have as much of it as possible instead of concentrating on increasing the strength of everyone on the planet, even though I have everything necessary to do so!"? What a moron. C73: "These are the ancient and famous Asimov’s Laws of Robotics, which laid the foundation for all later AI and robotics research." And which were shown repeatedly by Asimov himself to be heavily, one might even say, fatally flawed. C75: And we have a new harem member. I should have known she'd join the moment she was called a goddess, or at the latest, when her projection was described as beautiful. I'm surprised his merits didn't go up again after that addendum to the algorithm. C76: Why are they trying so hard to kill her? Their job was to kidnap her. “The Bloody Club is working here, who is it that wants to die?” What kind of assassin organization announces their name? C77: I hope she didn't screw up the girl's breakthrough. They're quite difficult to come by (usually), and interrupting them can have dire consequences. Why wouldn't the church know? That place is definitely under surveillance, and I don't doubt that the lords' who sent the assassins would turn the video over to the church to get them to kill her for them. C78: "This change involves the world itself, how could he stop it alone? He can only deal with each step as they come." O, I don't know, maybe by helping the AI in front of you develop weapons that could amplify Professionals' powers? Or introducing qi cultivation to the world? Or telling the AI about the other world and proving its existence to her so that she could start analyzing whatever cultivation techniques and skills he brought back to quickly develop and test new ones? Why does the author want to make assassins for hire out to be good people? They aren't. They kill for money, without caring who they kill or why. That inherently makes them bad people. C79: If its in an orbital station, it's impossible for it to reach him before he reaches the ground without going so fast that it wouldn't be able to stop before smashing into the ground and turning itself into very small pieces of scrap metal deeply embedded in the crater. It gets even worse when you realize that, in order to catch him without killing him, it would have to arrive before he'd fallen more than 2-5 stories (this, based on him being a cultivator). Unless it has a warp drive built into it? Then it might be possible. C80: I wonder how he dealt with the G-Forces' effects on the pilot, or if the author decided to ignore them. "Then do I accept his proposal or not?" "But then, what kind of wedding attire should I choose" lol. That escalated quickly “Get this footage to my son and daughter-in-law, tell them to watch it 100 times” lol. So petty. I love it. C81: If each merit is 8k credits, then that 2k merits was a huge fortune. At least, I'm assuming so based on the fact that the rich people seemed to think a few hundred thousand was a lot of money. "if one day, you can break through the 5th stage" weren't there only four known stages? Why isn't she commenting on this? C82: "as well as the rest of them being girls" So what? Plenty of girls can drink plenty of men under the table. C83: Has he slept at all in this series so far? "so I believe your ranking will increase by at least one rank” I wonder if he's actually a member of the army. It'll be quite awkward if he's not, even more so if he has a family that he didn't know about. "If you’re able to not learn the sword, then try not to learn it, ok?” lol. If only there was any chance at all of him following that advice. I wonder how Sifu will react when she meets the girl he's actually interested in. C84: I half expected her to be all of her other disciples.