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“I’m talking about Weibo. You’re amazing. You actually used the classics to confront those haters. That was so cool,” Xia Yuan excitedly said.
God knows that when he swiped the post yesterday, he wanted to immediately express admiration for him. However, Xiao Kai stopped himself with the thought that “he might be asleep.”
However, that didn’t stop him from expressing his admiration when he saw him the next day. “Oh,” Luo Lingxing calmly replied, not thinking anything of it.
Xia Yuan was still standing there chattering nonstop. Luo Lingxing was calmly tinkering with food in the kitchen.
“I’ve always known that there aren’t many in the entertainment industry, but who let our system be of this kind? In the end, we could only enter the entertainment industry. However, your actions yesterday gave me a lot of motivation and enlightenment. Those haters are just bored, and always trying to find trouble for others. We can’t take them too seriously or else they won’t know when to stop. If I encounter something like this in the future, I’ll do what you did,” Xia Yuan clenched his fists and firmly said.
If Yang Zekai heard these words, then his ears would have suffered yet again.
“Entering the entertainment industry is just work. As long as you do it earnestly and with a clear conscience, you don’t have to care about what others think or else you’ll be led by the nose by others.” Luo Lingxing’s voice drifted from the kitchen. Although it wasn’t loud, it still clearly reached Xia Yuan’s ears.
The noisy Xia Yuan suddenly stopped speaking, his mind thinking over the words Luo Lingxing said, repeatedly mulling over them.
Luo Lingxing probably never would have thought that the words he casually said would bring about a guy who didn’t play by the rules of common sense in the entertainment industry.
Luo Lingxing couldn’t really understand the science courses the school provided. However, for his specialized classes, he had to do his best to not lack anything since there was still a lot of theoretical knowledge that he needed, especially knowledge relating to systems.
Although Luo Lingxing didn’t own a system, that didn’t affect the curiosity he had about systems.
Every time Luo Lingxing attended systems class in the past, he would be mocked and ridiculed by numerous people. Most of these people wanted to curry favor with Su Lingping or they used to be jealous of Luo Lingxing in the past. However, when he came to class this time, there were a lot less people who mocked him. Instead, the expression everyone used to look at him at changed greatly.
Although the fame Luo Lingxing gained in the entertainment industry was small, to the people who were still attending class, it was already a big step forward. And those people who once looked down on him for not having a system were given a huge slap in the face after seeing ‘The Enchantress,’ and they remained silent for the time being.
“Hmph!” Su Lingping acted the same as always when he saw Luo Lingxing. His cold and gloomy gaze landed on Luo Lingxing’s body and looked as if he wanted to cut and skin him. Unfortunately, Luo Lingxing completely ignored it, and didn’t even spare him a glance.
Su Lingping silently gritted his teeth and made a signal with his eyes to the two that usually followed him. Lin Hai purposefully raised his voice and said, “What’s so great about it? Isn’t it only just an ancient drama? Moreover, he was just a small role that won’t even be seen again soon. He had half the screen time as our young master Ping.”
Liu Quan quickly echoed, “That’s right. And he’s someone who doesn’t even know martial arts or can even use a system. He just got lucky this time. I think a certain person will run out of luck soon. And those fans will eventually see his true self.”
Hey, don’t complain the grapes are sour when you can’t even eat them. Classmate Luo’s acting skills are very good, and he did an amazing job on the little prince. He’s probably a lot better than you guys,” a female student couldn’t watch any longer and said.
”Exactly! Classmate Luo can act even without a system. If you’re that amazing and you have a system, then why hasn’t anyone casted you?” another female student mocked.
“You…” Liu Quan felt choked by the female classmate’s words and couldn’t say a single word.
“Hmph!” Zhao Yanyu lightly hummed, then when she turned to Luo Lingxing, her expression immediately changed like spring had come. A smile blossomed on her face as she said, “Classmate Luo, I saw you acting the little prince. You were too handsome and cute! Can you give me an autograph?”
“And me, and me! I want one too.”
“Me too. Give me three. Once my sister found out that you’re my classmate, she kept nagging at me to get an autograph from you.”
“My friend as well. Once they knew I was the little prince’s classmate, they became full of jealousy and hatred for me. They would roll their eyes at me everyday, haha…”
Everyone: They’re rolling their eyes at you, yet you’re still this happy? Are you really okay?
Since someone had opened their mouth to ask for it first, the other interested girls started to gather around him and instantly tightly surrounded him. There were even some men mixed in the crowd.
Luo Lingxing didn’t expect to encounter this at school. It could be said that this was his first time being stopped to sign autographs. Although they were his classmates, he found this very interesting so he didn’t refuse.
However, Luo Lingxing wasn’t used to using fountain pens. Although he could write his own name, it was very ugly. And for a perfectionist like him, he couldn’t stand it. Thankfully, he brought a brush with him.
“Can I sign using this?” Luo Lingxing asked as he took out the brush.
“No problem, no problem. That will work.” No one else had a problem with it. Although it was their first time seeing someone use a brush to sign an autograph, when they remembered the characters Luo Lingxing had written for Weibo, everyone was super excited. Those characters were even praised by a master calligrapher. If they could have his handwriting, and an autograph at that, then it would be worth a whole lot more than just a signature.
Everyone thought that Luo Lingxing just wanted to use his own way to sign. After all, nowadays, numerous artists will try to find a way to promote themselves with a special skill that no one else has; commonly referred to as a personality. This will leave a deeper impression on others, and it wasn’t a big deal.
With everyone’s consent, Luo Lingxing earnestly signed his autograph for each person there.
Although everyone had seen Luo Lingxing’s calligraphy on Weibo, seeing it in person was different. Everyone was in awe of Luo Lingxing’s confident and open display of his calligraphy.
“How amazing, it’s written so well. I can sense it’s grandeur just by looking at it.”
“The little prince’s handwriting seems to be a bit different from what was on Weibo, but it still looks good. Our little prince really is amazing.”
Hearing this, Luo Lingxing smiled and said, “I saw that others’ signatures are more…
“Uh, flamboyant… so I used a more standard font. If you like what you saw on Weibo, I can re-sign it for you.”
“Wow, our little prince can change the font of his handwriting. What should I do? I feel like I like our little prince even more now?”
Hearing this, even if Luo Lingxing had a stable mood, his face still reddened a bit. He never thought that women these days would be so frank and direct. Previously, he didn’t think anything of the comments online, but hearing people say things like this in front of him made him… a bit embarrassed.
“Haha… The little prince is actually blushing.” A girl laughed like she had discovered a whole new world.
Luo Lingxing felt his face getting hotter and hotter. He increased his signing speed so that everyone could disperse faster. He thought that his face felt hot only because they were surrounding him.
“Give me an autograph as well,” a hoarse voice sounded. The surrounding people realized that their teacher was standing behind them since who knows when and they hadn’t sensed it. Most importantly, their teacher actually asked Classmate Luo for an autograph.
The clever students quickly returned to their seats, only then realizing that the bell to signal the start of class had rung a long time ago.
Luo Lingxing was stunned for a moment, but he quickly signed an autograph for his teacher. The teacher naturally put away the autograph, then calmly walked up to the podium and began explaining the contents of today’s lecture like nothing had just happened.
Su Lingping looked at Luo Lingxing and secretly gritted his teeth as he filled with jealousy. He clearly also participated in the filming of ‘The Enchantress,” and his role had more scenes than that person. So why did everyone only have eyes for that person and didn’t look at him?
He never thought this would happen. That person was clearly someone who didn’t have a system and who was obviously shelved by the company, so why did so many people like someone like that? They liked him to the point that they would fight with other celebrities’ fans for him. Why did they deserve this treatment?
Once Luo Lingxing got out of class, he was brought to the military district by Han Junzhan. After training for this period of time and the awakening his cultivation had reached, Luo Lingxing’s body quality also greatly increased. Although he still tested as a Grade D, the amount of intensity his body could endure was on the same level as a Grade C’s.
“Are you still going to run 20,000 meters with them today? Han Junzhan asked.
“Mn.” Luo Lingxing nodded.
His running training had slowly increased from 5,000 meters to 20,000 meters. Moreover, his 20,000 meters speed had already far surpassed several recruits, making the recruits extremely shocked and full of admiration at the same time.
Of course, to the recruits, this was great motivation. Since these soldiers’ body quality were Grade B, if they couldn’t even run faster than a Grade D student, then it would be way too humiliating.
Therefore, every time Luo Lingxing came to train at the military district, the recruits were full of energy. Their speed would greatly improve and they would work even harder at their training. Seeing this, the military instructor couldn’t help but want Luo Lingxing to stay at the barracks all the time.
Of course, amongst them, there were numerous people that had come from other legions. After hearing about Luo Lingxing’s circumstance, they brought their own recruits to observe the training to provoke these recruits who didn’t listen to them.
“Where did you find him? I currently can’t help but want to move the barracks’ entire recruits training to here,” a mocking voice came from behind, interrupting the crowd who were currently watching Luo Lingxing and the recruits running.
“Lieutenant General Zhou.” When several soldiers saw this person, they immediately saluted.
Zhou Kui lifted his chin, signaling for everyone to continue watching the training grounds. Afterwards, he continued to ask, “Who is this person?”
He hadn’t been back to the military district for a while. In the end, when he came back, he heard his own subordinates discussing the recruits training of the first legion. They kept mentioning a person’s name. And the more they spoke of him, the more curious he became, so he came over to take a look for himself.
“He’s Luo Lingxing. Major General Han brought him here,” Zhang Xuan replied.
“Han Junzhan? How could that iceberg bring someone to the military district? I heard this person isn’t a recruit?” Zhou Kui was clearly very surprised by this answer.
“No, he’s a student from Imperial University. Since his body is a bit weak, the Major General had him come to exercise,” Zhang Xuan said.
“His body is weak?” Zhou Kui watched a certain person jogging uniformly on the training grounds. His pace wasn’t slower than the recruits, and after running for so long, he was barely even sweating. How can a person like that have a weak body? If that was the case, then wouldn’t that mean their new group of recruits were a bit delicate?
“His physical report says that his body is a Grade D,” Zhang Xuan said in a low voice. He couldn’t help but rub his nose. In fact, if they hadn’t seen Luo Lingxing’s physical report, they wouldn’t have believed that Luo Lingxing had a weak body.
“His body is a Grade D?” Zhou Kui clearly didn’t believe it, but he knew that these people wouldn’t lie to him.
His gaze towards Luo Lingxing changed. He was just abnormal! His body was clearly a Grade D, but his running speed didn’t lose to these recruits. No wonder those recruits trained so hard everyday like their lives depended on it. Since if they lost to Luo Lingxing, it would be really humiliating.
It seemed that when he went back, he should have the soldiers under him also come and watch. Let them see that if a person with a body Grade D could also run 20,000 meters, what excuse did they have to not train properly?