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FLAAAASH!

The ego fused with the Lesser Yggdrasil Tree, as the soul that the tree already had suddenly was absorbed and fused with the Ego fragments I added into it.

A bright blue, cosmic light emerged, alongside the light of life and nature merged into it. All of it combined themselves into a brand-new ego, as the whole Lesser Yggdrasil Tree underwent incredible changes.

The tree's size began increasing severely, and its leaves shone brighter than before. Flowers bloomed and even red-colored apple-like fruits began appearing all over the tree beautifully.

Ding!

[A New Type of Ego has been created!]

[The Lesser Yggdrasil Tree has acquired an [Ego Soul]!]

[The concept of Egos has been merged with the concept of Yggdrasil's primordial seeds.]

[You have created a [Yggdrasil Ego]!]

[The [Yggdrasil Ego] responds to you as her master.]

[The Yggdrasil's Spirit has developed and fused with the Yggdrasil Ego.]

[The Yggdrasil Ego has evolved into [Yggdrasil Spirit Ego]!]

"Woah…"

"The Tree has grown so tall!"

"It is shining so brightly! What is going on?!"

"I can hear something, a voice…"

The surrounding bystanders were left perplexed by what they were seeing, although I was rather fascinated by the development of this situation.

FLAAASH!

Suddenly, from within the very tree, a mass of primordial energy emerged, and slowly took the shape of a small, and beautiful elf-like girl.

She had fair skin and long, green hair, with a big, pink-colored flower growing atop her head. Her eyes shone brightly, like stars, and she only wore some leaves and flowers atop her body.

The girl was small, only being around the size of a girl in her six years of age, it was a baby to be honest.

"A girl?!"

"A girl came out of the tree!"

"W-What are we even seeing right now?!"

"Such a beautiful scene!"

Not only the guards, but even my friends quickly stopped snacking in the food I served them, standing and looking in awe at what was happening.

The girl opened her eyes innocently, looking around as she slowly fell down to the floor. She wasn't completely physical, as if she was more ethereal, a true spirit.

"Ah… Master!"

"Oh? You can talk!"

"I can!"

The little girl began floating around me playfully.

"I've just been born but it feels like I know the basics!"

"What is this form of yours? Are you really the tree?"

"Yes I am! I am the Tree right there, that's my real body. It contains a crystalized Spirit Core inside, which is my heart. I can manifest in this form through a Skill named Spirit Embodiment! Though I can't walk away from my heart." She said, explaining me everything with great detail.

"I see…" I couldn't help but give her some head pats, and indeed, she was rather solid, but it still felt like she was also spiritual. "You remind me of a daughter I have back home named Druantia, she was also an Yggdrasil Tree… I wonder how she's doing."

"So Druantia is my big sis?" Wondered the little Yggdrasil Spirit.

"I guess it could be said so. All my Egos are like my children after all." I smiled back at her, petting her.

She suddenly hugged me tightly.

"Mama, thank you for giving me life and a mind, seeing the world now… It all feels so beautiful… I am happy to be alive!"

"You're quite the cheerful one, aren't you? I am glad you're happy."

I guess this really worked, I was able to make an Yggdrasil Spirit Ego! Not only should it have the power of a lesser Yggdrasil, but also contain the ability to grow stronger, develop skills, and also, at the same time, count as some sort of "equipment" like all Egos are.

I wonder if I can see her status… But first, should I give her a name?"

"What name should I give to you?" I wondered.

"Hmmm… Dunno!" She giggled.

She was a lot like Silva, but I can't give her such a name.

I guess I'll go for an easy one.

"Alright, from now on you're Yggdra. You're the first Yggdrasil Spirit Ego I've made." I smiled back at her. "I'll turn the rest of the Trees I've made into Egos as well, so as the first one to become an Ego, you'll be their big sister… Though naming them all will be a pain, so I'll leave the work to you."

"Uwaah! Thank you mama! I'll make sure to do a good job as a big sister, even when I was just born, hehehe!"

Yggdra was really filled with innocence and cheerfulness. I guess she's the type of girl that will always cheer up her sisters, that's for the better.

Ding!

[You've named the [Yggdrasil Spirit Ego] has [Yggdra]!]

[Name]: [Yggdra] [Rank]: [D+]

[Race]: [Lesser Yggdrasil Spirit Ego (Divine Species)]

[Job Class]: [Yggdrasil's Spirit]

[Subclass]: [Spirit Gardener]

[Level]: [0/50]

[HP]: [100000/100000]

[MP]: [150000/150000]

[Strength]: [5000]

[Agility]: [2500]

[Vitality]: [25000]

[Intelligence]: [12000]

[Dexterity]: [2500]

[Divinity]: [10000]

[Passive Skills]

[Unique Skills]: [Yggdrasil Spirit Ego: Lv--] [Master Connection: Kireina: Lv--] [Yggdrasil Family: Lv--] [Spiritual Life Element: Lv--] [Yggdrasil's Nature Element: Lv--] [Yggdrasil's Sapling: Lv1] [Roots of Life: Lv1] [Spiritual Gardener: Lv1] [Spirit Embodiment: Lv1]

[Body Skills]: [Automatic Self Recovery: Lv1] [Yggdrasil's Spirit Heart Core: Lv1] [Super Hardened Spirit Tree Bark: Lv1] [Photosynthesis: Lv1] [Spirit Sanctuary: Lv1]

[Resistance Skills]: [All Element Resistance: Lv1] [Physical Damage Resistance: Lv1] [Magic Damage Resistance: Lv1] [Status Effect Immunity: Lv--]

[Active Skills]

[Physical Skills]: [Wood Manipulation: Lv1] [Nature's Assimilation: Lv1] [Mana Fruit: Lv1] [Healing Leaf: Lv1]

[Magical Skills]: [Healing Aura: Lv1] [Nature's Domain: Lv1] [Heart of the Forest: Lv1] [Wood Spears: Lv1] [Wood Shield: Lv1]

[Title Skills]

[Unique Title Skills]: [Yggdrasil's Spirit Ego: Lv1] [The First Yggdrasil's Daughter: Lv1] [Queen of the Oasis: Lv1] [Protector of the Desert: Lv1]

[Available Stat Points]: [0]

[Available Skill Points]: [0]

[Can gain 10 Stat Points and Skill Points with each Level]

[1 Stat Point = 5 Stats (Strength, Agility, Vitality, Intelligence, Dexterity)]

[1 Stat Point = 10 Stats (HP, MP)]

[1 Stat Point = 2 Stats (Divinity)]

Damn, she does indeed have a Status…

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