Main character's girl gets attacked at his sect after making friends with the sect leader and another dude, but instead showing gratitude they both f*ck off on cultivating at the same time to allow the kid villain of the arc to basically try to r*pe her, so she ends up near death... and the sect leader doesn't punish anybody for this when he comes, doesn't give a f*ck. It's all a convenient plot point because the author lacks the creativity to write for the female character so he drafted one of the two lazy excuses used for the female love interest to go away: they need some miracle medicine in a coma, or they are just phased out because they can't compare to the power level. And this most recent chapter? 278, with the Flood Dragon. In what f*cking world does it make sense that the protagonist somehow thinks its a good idea to let the newly transformed Flood Dragon go? He has no qualm mass murdering random demons to eat their cores, and by essentially taking this Flood Dragon's blood essence, it's like the mortal equivalent of taking someone's cultivation away (which is considered worse than killing them) all for this arbitrary excuse of "we're both fighting against the heavens", which is just bullshit. The author just didn't want the protagonist to get a power jump too high so he made this bullsh*t excuse.
a divine beast talking dog-like creature that apparently has Dragon Horse bloodlines?