The Almighty Dragon General Chapter 1861

Chapter 1861

In just three years, she had climbed to the position of director.

James looked at the time. It was almost noon.

“I’ve always remembered that I still owe you a meal. Do you have time today?” James smiled.

He was embarrassed to seek out Quincy.

Whenever a problem arose, he always sought her help.

This time, it was a critical issue that impacted humankind’s survival.

Thus, he had to shamelessly come to see her.

Quincy looked at the time and hesitated briefly. Then, she said, “I originally had a meeting, but since you’ve come all the way to Cansington to treat me to a meal, it’s impolite of me to refuse.”

With that said, Quincy stood up and gestured to James. “Let’s go.”

James stood up and left the office with Quincy.

Inside a private room in a high-end western restaurant in Cansington, Quincy brought her glass of red wine to her lips and took a sip. “Go ahead. Tell me what’s going on.”

“It’s nothing. I just came here to catch up with you.”

“Do you think I can’t see through you? If you really have nothing to tell me, then I’ll take my leave.”

Quincy smiled faintly and was about to stand up.

James promptly stopped her and said, “I do have a small favor I need from you.”

Quincy took another sip of wine and looked at James, waiting for him to continue.

James said, “I plan to return to society. I’ll be returning to Cansington and declaring Dragonville’s independence. I’m going to establish my own country.”

“What?” Quincy stood up in shock.

“Don’t freak out. Just sit down and listen.”

Quincy sat down, eyed James skeptically, and asked, “Are you joking?”

“Does I look like I’m joking to you?”

‘Things are uneventful now, so why are you suddenly declaring Dragonville’s independence?”

“Our earth is changing.”

James’ expression became serious.

He immediately explained everything about the Sealed Realm and his plan after declaring Dragonville’s independence.

Quincy listened carefully to him.

James’ story sounded straight out of a sci-fi novel.

It would be an interesting story if he had turned it into a book.

However, James’ serious expression did not seem like he was merely telling a joke.

She was an intelligent woman, so she did not ask about what happened. Instead, she went straight to the point. “What do you need me to do?”

James said, “I need you to regain control of New Era Commerce. Without hurting Sol’s economy, you need to transfer a suitable amount to the Southern Plains. I need to develop Southern Plains as rapidly as I can.”

“I need Dragonville to be completely transformed in ten years’ time.

“By ten years, I need to form a brand new country so that Soleans have a measure of security in the future.”

“Time is very limited, so I’ll need help from as many people as I can get. Money alone isn’t enough. I’ll also need professionals such as architects and et cetera.”

Hearing James’ words, Quincy nodded without hesitation. “Alright. I’m in.’

James sighed in relief after Quincy agreed to help.

“By the way, how are you and Thea doing?”

Quincy had that question on her mind since she first saw James, but she did not know how to bring it up.

She was curious about James and Thea’s relationship.

‘We’re doing great. Thea just gave birth,” said James.


Quincy was taken aback. She asked, “Are you serious? So, do you have a son or daughter?”

“A daughter.”


‘What about you? How have you been all these years? Did you get married yet?”


Quincy shook her head lightly and said, “I haven’t met the person for me yet. Anyway, I’m not particularly in a rush. After all, I’ve already taken the dragon’s blood and am immortal. I have a long time, so I’m sure I’ll find someone suitable.”


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