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The Undying Immortal Mountain was considered a holy land of the eastern regions, and resembled the God Hand Mountain Manor of Emperor Yu. The Unaging Immortal Emperor accepted many disciples, and on this mountain range, there were many ancient peaks, lorded over by his chosen disciples and their own disciples.

The Unaging Immortal Mountains was in the center of three major powers of the eastern regions - near the Thirteen Prefectures, Paragon Sword Sect and Taihua Immortal Dynasty. It was still extremely famous as after all, it was an emperor-ranked power. But because the Unaging Immortal Emperor was merely an initial-stage emperor, he didn't have much influence when compared to the other hegemons of the eastern regions. But even so, immortal emperors were rarely seen existence, and even in the perspective of the entire immortal realms, although there are a number of emperors, they were still existences who stood at the absolute peak.Any immortal emperors were able to become the tyrants of an area, lording over everything.

On the Unaging Immortal Mountains where the Unaging Immortal Emperor was at, it was located at the external boundaries of all three territories. But despite it being so, his fame had spread throughout. There were some disciples of the Thirteen Prefectures, Paragon Sword Sect and Taihua Immortal Dynasty who were talented in pill concoction, choosing to head over to the Unaging Immortal Mountains to improve their craft. n the eastern regions, the Unaging Immortal Emperor could be considered a character standing at the pinnacle of pill concoction.

The Unaging Immortal Mountains would organize a pill concoction banquet every ten years, where the kin of disciples and other major powers might come to attend. Hence, during this period of time, the mountain was exceptionally lively. Usually, the peaks of the Unaging Immortal Mountains were very quiet but today, this place was bustling with noise and life everywhere.

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