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However, among the civil and military officials of the imperial court, no one offered any advice. No one said anything. Everyone was just watching.
Two days ago, although they had kowtowed and acknowledged Liu Yue as the Regent, it was only on the surface. Even with an imperial edict, it’s not known whether she’ll be able to stably sit in this position.
Right now, the two tigers are fighting. They are calmly watching and waiting for the changes. The winner between the two will become king. This was a principle that would never change. When the time comes, they only needed to pay homage to the winner.
Although the people of the grassland are straightforward, that didn’t mean they are stupid.
Moreover, in this place that revered strength, strength was everything. Otherwise, it would be nothing at all.
The morning was dazzling and everything was progressing steadily.
Liu Yue saw everything yet she didn’t say anything. She also didn’t seem to have done anything. She remained calm and steady.
She exudes absolute arrogance, making her seem as if she has a card up her sleeve.
No one knew where Liu Yue’s confidence came from, but no one dared to underestimate her. She had gone from a silent and unknown Central Plains citizen to the most powerful official in the royal court of Bei Mu in the short span of a few months,
This caused everyone who was originally optimistic about Yelu Ji, to carefully think about which direction of the change Bei Mu will change towards.
All the soldiers and horses in Sheng Jing are under Yelu Ji’s control. Ku Zu Mu’s and Li Kuo’s troops are far away from Sheng Jing. Liu Yue has the Tiger Tally, so this was a battle without any suspense.
However, from the looks of it, everything should be done with caution. If they enter the wrong team, it would be a huge disaster.
As a result, everyone maintained the state of looking at flowers in the fog and seeing the fog in the flowers.
Time quickly flew by.
Liu Yue pulled Yelu Hong, the emperor of Bei Mu, to follow the rules of the ancestors of Bei Mu. They paid respects to the gods and worshipped their ancestors. The Flying Dust Palace accepted the congratulation of many officials.
She smiled confidently, making it even harder for people to see through her.
The night quickly fell.
The state banquet prepared by Yelu Ji was finally grandly presented.
Liu Yue was dressed in a long red robe that wrapped around her slender body. She looked magnanimous and straightforward. She pulled Yelu Hong, who was wearing a royal robe and proudly walked towards Chen Lan Hall, walking past the guards that Yelu Ji had switched.
雾里看花, 花里看雾的状态: lit. to look at flowers in the fog (idiom); fig. blurred vision