Book 10, Chapter 32

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Book 10, Baruch – Chapter 32: Joining Forces

The largest magicite mine in the history of the Yulan continent was actually discovered by the Baruch Kingdom which had only been erected for twelve years.

“The Anarchic Lands have been an area of constant warfare and battle. In thousands of years, not a single power has had the chance to do some excavating and mining. I didn’t expect that in this area that I unified, we would immediately find such a large mine.” Linley couldn’t help but sigh with amazement.

But at the same time, Linley felt rather curious.

Magicite deposits were formed from a large amount of elemental essence that was slowly compressed to the point of taking solid gemstone form. To create such a huge magicite mine would require an enormous amount of natural elemental essence. Why was it that there would be so much natural elemental essence here?

But when Linley had scanned the area with his spiritual energy, he hadn’t found anything unique about the ground below.

“Not good.” Wharton’s face changed.

“What is it?” Linley looked at Wharton in surprise, and Bebe did the same as well. “Little Wharton, we just found such a huge magicite mine. Why do you say, ‘not good’?”

Wharton shook his head. In a serious voice, he said, “Big brother, you say this magicite mine is worth hundreds of billions of gold coins. Aside from the financial aspect, the most important aspect of magicite mines is…they can be used in warfare. You should know this, right?”

Linley nodded.

“You are talking about magicite cannons?” Linley asked.

Magicite cannons were created from a sort of alchemy and metalsmithing. They allowed the usage of magic on a wide scale without requiring top-tier Arch Magi. In the past, the Holy Capital of Fenlai City had magicite cannons, but alas, on Apocalypse Day, even Saint-level magical beasts had descended, as well as a large number of flying beasts…this made it so that there was no time for the magicite cannons to begin firing.

In truth, magicite cannons were a type of extremely effective attack in warfare.

For example, some top-quality magicite cannons could consume a large amount of magicite gems and, with each blast, unleash power equivalent to a spell of the seventh or eighth rank, easily killing hundreds of people. On the battlefield, if one could emplace ten large magicite cannons and release a few blasts…

The enemy forces could instantly be reduced by ten thousand soldiers. This would have a huge impact on the outcome of the battle.

But magicite cannons were a bottomless, money-sucking pit. The amount of magicite gems they consumed was simply terrifying. In the past, when the Baruch Kingdom had unified this area, the enemies didn’t use any magicite cannons, because an impoverished area like this simply couldn’t afford to use them.

With each blast from the magicite cannons, magicite gems would be consumed. And these things were more valuable than gold!

“A small amount of magicite gems can be purchased by gold.” Wharton’s face was solemn. “But a large amount would be restricted and monitored by the Empires. They wouldn’t permit any outsiders to purchase them. Although some people engage in smuggling, how much can that amount to?”

Linley nodded. How could a nation allow an enemy nation to purchase military supplies from them in large scale?

Wharton said seriously, “It is easy to buy magicite cannons, and our in truth, given our kingdom’s strength, if we spend some money, we can make our own. With such a magicite mine combined with magicite cannons…our military power would become truly astonishing.”

There were still very few magi, after all. The testing procedure Linley had gone through in the past was testament to that.

After becoming a magus, to reach the seventh rank or even higher? That was even less likely. In the continent, only the great Empires, the Holy Union, and the Dark Alliance were capable of forming entire magi corps.

Linley’s Baruch Kingdom didn’t have the ability to set up this sort of corps either.

But magicite cannons…ten large magicite cannons, if one had enough magicite gems, wouldn’t be one whit inferior to a magi corps.

“Big brother.” Wharton looked at Linley. “You should know that in the continent, the four Empires and the other kingdoms, in their struggles, will not use Saints unless it becomes a life or death war. If Saints do not get involved…then magicite cannons will have the ability to change the course of a battle. If the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows discovers that we now have the largest magicite mine in the entire Yulan continent, then…”

Linley’s expression turned grave as well.

His long time spent training had caused him to forget about worldly battles.

“You are right. Once the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows finds out, they might even join forces to attack our Kingdom.” Linley sensed the threat as well now. In the past, they had agreed that in normal battles, Saints were not permitted to get involved.


How could the Baruch Kingdom, with a population of just a hundred million, possibly outfight the combined forces of the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows, which controlled a far greater population?

The two sides dominated a larger territory than Linley as well, and those were richer areas with higher populations. The total population which the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows controlled was definitely in the four to five hundred million range.

“Big brother, what should we do?” Wharton looked at Linley.

Linley’s eyes shone with a cold light. “No need to overthink it. Right now, we need to come up with ways to buy magicite cannons. I’ll have the Dawson Conglomerate help out! And then, we need to, in strict confidence, begin mining. If the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows truly comes, then we’ll rely on magicite cannons to support our smaller army.”

“Alright, big brother.” Wharton’s eyes lit up as well.

Linley had already made the decision that no matter what, they could not hide or cower.

Soon, a large number of people were dispatched to this area to begin mining magicite. At the same time, a large number of soldiers remained on guard here. When mining, the miners were not permitted to engage in any outside activities. Naturally, their salaries were extremely high as well.

To outsiders, all they announced was that they had discovered a fairly valuable mineral deposit.

The Baruch Kingdom’s code of silence was quite effective. A full month went past without this information being leaked. However, the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows had quite a few spies planted in the Baruch Kingdom. Occasionally, some news would leak out. In the end, the Radiant Church found out the truth of the news from the family members of the miners.

Within a graceful, noble manor.

“The largest magicite mine in the Yulan continent? At least ten kilometers in size?” A silver-haired youth was reading the letter in his hands. His expression immediately changed, and the more he read, the more serious his face became.

This silver-haired youth seemed to be quite young, but in reality, not even Heidens and Osenno were older than him.

This was because…he was a Saint-level Angel of the Radiant Church. Three thousand years ago, he had descended to the Yulan continent. Although his power as an Angel had not increased, and his potential couldn’t compare to humans, the long time he had spent here resulted in his intelligence and wisdom being as high as any human’s.

Arfan [A’fang], a Four-Winged Angel, the current leader of the Radiant Church’s forces in the Anarchic Lands.

“Good news.” Arfan’s face revealed a hint of a smile, then he immediately instructed the person who had delivered the message, “Immediately go and leak this news to the Cult of Shadows. See what their response is.”

“Yes, milord.” The middle-aged man said respectfully.

Arfan nodded slightly.

If the Cult of Shadows was interested in attacking the Baruch Kingdom, that would naturally be a wonderful affair. Even if they didn’t attack, informing them wouldn’t be of detriment to the Radiant Church.

“Deliver this news to the Sacred Isle immediately. Let the Sacred Isle give us orders as to what we should do next!” Arfan ordered. He knew…the decision on such an important matter in the Anarchic Lands had to come from the Sacred Isle.


The order from the Sacred Isle arrived.

Arfan read the missive. It was exactly as he had anticipated.

“Join forces with the Cult of Shadows and attack the Baruch Kingdom. We have to get at least a third of the magicite mine’s output. That’s our bottom line.” The order was very simple. After all, many things didn’t have to be said openly. As the manager for this area, Arfan naturally was no fool. For example, he would do his best to let the Cult of Shadows expend more energy and power.

Arfan smiled. He thought to himself, “It seems that it is time to reply to the Cult of Shadows.”

A while ago, when he had sent someone to leak this news to the Cult of Shadows, the Cult of Shadows had responded quite quickly…they had immediately invited Arfan to go and discuss this matter. Arfan hadn’t immediately answered them, instead asking them to wait. And now, he had the Sacred Isle’s orders.

Everything could begin now.

An ordinary, unremarkable little city. An ordinary little courtyard. The Saint-level Four-Winged Angel, Arfan, and the Senior Judge of the Cult of Shadows, O’Casey. The two were seated opposite from each other, drinking wine.

“Not bad. The taste and the texture are exquisite. It should be from the Yulan Empire’s Blueflow Winery, right?” O’Casey laughed.

“Mr. O’Casey truly knows his wine.” Arfan laughed calmly. “Let’s not beat around the bush. Today, you have invited me here, Mr. O’Casey, to discuss the issue of the Baruch Kingdom’s magicite mine. What do you wish to say, Mr. O’Casey?”

O’Casey winked at Arfan, then took a sip of wine in satisfaction. “Mr. Arfan, would you mind if I took some of this wine with me when I leave? I think I…have fallen for it.”

Arfan frowned. He felt a hint of frustration.

But since this was a negotiation, he had to endure it.

“Mr. O’Casey, could it be that you wish to discuss wine with me until nightfall?” Arfan said seriously.

O’Casey looked at Arfan and began to laugh loudly. “Mr. Arfan, I was just jesting with you. Right. The Cult of Shadows does indeed have some thoughts regarding the Baruch Kingdom’s magicite mine. However…we don’t wish to engage in warfare against the Baruch Kingdom.”

“You don’t?” Arfan looked carefully at O’Casey.

What was this O’Casey planning? He didn’t want to engage in battle with the Baruch Kingdom? Then what was the point of this meeting?

“Mr. O’Casey, what do you mean?” Arfan’s face sank.

O’Casey smiled. “Actually, Arfan, you should understand. All we have to do is send some people to the Baruch Kingdom and say…‘the Radiant Church is preparing to attack the Baruch Kingdom, and has invited the Cult of Shadows to come along with them. As long as the Baruch Kingdom is willing to give up some of the gems, then the Cult of Shadows is prepared to stay out of the game and help neither side. If you are willing to give up a bit more, we can even help you deal with the Radiant Church.’”

O’Casey looked at Arfan, who now had an ugly expression on his face. “Arfan, tell me. What would Linley and Wharton choose?”

Arfan was silent.

“The enmity which Linley has with the Radiant Church isn’t a small one.” O’Casey said freely.

Indeed. O’Casey’s words were correct. Linley’s side probably truly would be willing to give some magicite gems to the Cult of Shadows, or perhaps even a large amount to have the Cult of Shadows help them deal with the Radiant Church together.

The Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows were opposed to each other, after all.

Arfan knew that right now, the situation was very unfavorable for them.

“Mr. O’Casey.” Arfan looked seriously at O’Casey. “Do you know how much that magicite mine truly contains?”

“I don’t know, but it should be several times larger than the former top magicite mine.” O’Casey said. Very few people knew the exact size of the mine. After all, it hadn’t been fully excavated yet. Only someone like Linley who could scan the area with his spiritual energy could clearly understand the size of it.

But how would the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows dare to send a Saint-level expert and risk irritating Linley?

Perhaps Linley would immediately kill that Saint.

After all, in their previous agreement, they only said that Saints could not participate in battles. But Linley was still permitted to kill other Saints.

Arfan nodded. “Since you don’t know the size of the magicite mines, then even if Linley gives your Cult of Shadows a seemingly-large quantity of magicite gems, you won’t actually know what percentage of the total mine it is.”

“True.” O’Casey admitted to it.

Linley might only declare the size of the mine as being a fraction and worth only a few hundred billion gold coins, with the actual mine being ten times larger. After all, no one knew exactly how large it was…it would be easy for Linley to lie to them.

“As long as we join forces against the Baruch Kingdom, later on, we’ll split the magicite mine fifty-fifty, no matter how large it is.” Arfan said.

“Half?” O’Casey shook his head. “Seventy-thirty. Us seventy, you thirty.”

Arfan said coldly “O’Casey, don’t go too far. If we split it in half, we’ll be able to work and coordinate better in the future.” O’Casey winked at him, then laughed, “Since that’s the case…then I’ll go help Linley’s side. We won’t have to risk a thing, and we’ll get a large amount of magicite gems.”

Arfan frowned.

“Sixty for you. Forty for us. One word: Yes, or no?” Arfan’s face was very grave.

O’Casey looked at Arfan, then raised his wineglass. Smiling, he said, “Mr. Arfan, come. Let us toast our joining forces!”

Arfan’s face revealed a smile.

“Cheers.” He raised his wineglass as well.

The Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows, for the sake of the enormous riches within that magicite mine, had joined forces. This was proof that there was no such thing as ‘eternal allies’ or ‘perpetual enemies’; only eternal and perpetual interests. And these interests could sometimes be money, sometimes be power, and sometimes be affection.

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106 thoughts on “Book 10, Chapter 32” - NO SPOILERS

    1. It is not just about money, the magicite means Power, destructive power, not comparable to saints but it is a weapon, not a human being, it can be easily controlled. Say you have a choice to hire an extremely powerful bodyguard or to use a sci-fi barrier field badge, both say comparable in power to protect you, which one would you use? That bodyguard can stab you in the back, but a tool won’t. What’s more, this agreement is only an `oral contract` those are quite fragile. Given the relationship between both of them after defeating the enemy together they can immediately start fighting each other, no one will blame them.

      1. The catch is, the Radiant Church and the Cult of Shadows are not just political entities, they are antagonistic religious organizations, which go as far as banning the use of respective types of magic on their territories. Of course, that doesn’t stop Osenno from being a darkness element user, or both sides making secret pacts, or them lusting for power, influence and wealth at expense of their own declared ideals. Good thing it’s the work of fiction and in the real world there are no examples like that, isn’t it?

    1. told you it won’t be a good thing!!! so much money always causes issues!!!
      but……. it can also considered a good thing in this situation, since linley have to wait another 8 yrs to officially announce war with radiant church, now with this breach of contract he can just go wipe them out with the help of desri!
      PS. I highly doubt desi would be interested in money!!!

      1. I do not see a breach on the agreement… if they do not sent saints then the Baruch clan saints cannot fight, they only need to sent enough numbers and enough 9 rank combatants to wipe them out and if Linley or any Baruch clan saint enters the fight then Desri, the dark alliance and the radiant church joint forces to kill all the Baruch clan…

      2. Welllllllll, technically speaking, attacking the kingdom isn’t a breach of the contract.
        However, if Linley was to… I don’t know… take a stroll around the mine when the Church attacked, and some random soldier from the Church just so happened to hit Linley… XD

  1. Thanks for the chapter Ren and Donator!
    I feel like we are about to see Zassler’s potentional in a war.. (I Hope.. he hasn’t had a time to shine like the 5 bros.. 🙁 )

    small mistake spotted 😡
    Linley’s expression turned “grace” as well.

    Should be grave right?

    1. Here is a gray area. They said any saint, and referred to Bebe and Haeru.

      However, they said that forces of neither side attack would be ignored.

      In normal circumstance, if the 3 dragons were Linley’s pet via pact, then no.

      However, they are not, and can be considered as neither side. If they were fight with an army of magical beast from the forest, disguised as a Forest of Darkness invasion that happens every few decades, then there no limitation. The Invasion is a common event.

        1. since cult of shadows and radiant church are being joining forces can be considered a breach of contract! right!?! If that’s the case even human saints joining the battle won’t be a problem!!

          1. I just want Linley to own everybody haha 😀 my favorite part of the story cuz we get to see everybody’s amazement

  2. I don’t think I’ve really seen how scary the f5’er are until you load the page under 10 min after release and there’s already 18 comments.
    But thanks for the chapter

  3. Next few chapter are going to be awesome! W8 what am i saying? All of them are going to be awesome! Even a casual day where they dont do crap would be awesome. Well they should at least contain some back story, relationships and the current status off the different characters.

    1. Casual day for Linley and friends:

      Linley rocks back and forth in a rocking chair. Chair breaks under his awesomeness. Army attacks. Linley jumps into the middle of it and the impact from him hitting the ground sends a shockwave that kills everyone.

      The end ‘-‘
      (Fill in details as needed XD)

      1. Making it too easy wouldnt be fun, but ofc there are some scenarios i would like to not see.

        On second thoughts. Having them slaughter the two cults with those dem 30 canons wouldnt be too bad thought hahaha!

        BTW: Even if Zassler has become a saint, as long as he doesnt summon saint monsters wouldnt that be okey?

  4. when the two jion together, a horde of magical beasts will rain down on the attackers and absolutely crush them with over whelming powers! heres how im thinking it will go!

    Bebe: alright “friends” (saint level beasts) have all the lvl 9 beasts attack or die!

    Saint level beasts: alright all you 9th lvl magical beasts attack or die.

    raidaint church and shadow alliance: fantastic the beasts are attacking linleys territory all we have to do is wait and… wait they bypassed him and are heading in our direction whats going on…… ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

    1. Why limit that to lv 9th beast? Saint level want some blood too. if it disguised as a typical forest of darkness invasion, it would have no connection to Linley.

      1. cause saint beats never took part in a attack before if linley gets caught useing a loophole then its all over for the braunch kingdom and linleys family! and there would be connection they didnt attack anything of linleys!

        1. Not at all. It’s called a loop hole for a reason, because loop holes allow you to bypass the agreements.

          They said saints that are friends of Linley/Bebe, aren’t actually his saints. So that should be fine. Also, I find it odd that Linley Doesn’t just charge at the Holy Ilse and Attack them, he probably can’t kill them all, but it would probably cause them to pull back some.

          The same for the other guys, they started the aggression, and there is no agreement that Linley can’t use Saints against them, just not in normal battles.

          1. territorial battles! aka anywhere in the anarchic lands. its a loophole but it still COULD be considered a breach if the obvious cause of saints attacking the land is linley. are you saying its worth it for linley to risk his familly on something that may or may not breach the contract? it wouldnt be much different than if they were directly serving him in that case. the holy island has a high number of experts that are gathered just in case linley strikes. theres no guarantee that linley will get away alone.

  5. Hey Ren can you make a Referrals page to translations that you like. Stuff like World of Watermelons and all the other ones that you have recommended on the site

  6. …!!
    lol I know what needs to done!
    An army of shadow mice and stoneeater rats should be invited to invade the southern part of the Anarchic Lands.
    Well… even if they don’t do that. Its a frigging mistake to attack the Baruch Kingdom. First of all is due to Linley’s force consisting of at least nine Saint-level beings, of which Linley and Bebe are almost the equal of a Prime. Second of all…, not as if they know it or anything, Linley’s forces has six more Saint level magical beasts that can be called up at any time (Bebe’s friends(and only the King of the Forest of Darkness knows how many more “friends” he made now 🙂 ) and Thunderlizard co). Third reason of all is the Archnecromancer Zassler, who might have reached the Saint level by now and can summon an army of millions and turn ur dead into his minions.
    I would find it understandable if the Baruch Kingdom felt pressured in a 2v1 fight to let one of their Saint Levels release pent up stress upon some living targets.

    1. Saints, including magical beast associated with a kingdom, such as Bebe and Haeru, are not allowed to take part in war.

      Note associated since no knows if they are attacking if of their own will

          1. Lol, If we were to go by this logic then Bebe’s friends (he could have friends with all of the Saint level beasts and dominion in the Forest of Darkness for all we know) would be able to invade at anytime.

      and no its shouldn’t be one, but all three of them.
      Three dragon bros just chilling out and counting their magicite gems and whaaaaat a human force is attacking this territory they are at?!


  7. Wait, didn’t they make a deal not to attack Linley for 20 years? And right now its only been 12 or so years… so that means holy union and cult of shadows are breaking the pact, so linley and his saints can go wild right?

      1. I think it also mentioned not attacking or harming his family… that’s the only reason why linely would make that agreement so technically wouldn’t they be attacking Wharton? If so will will cease step in (was he the one who made the agreement? I can’t remember… )
        BTW thanks Ren and all the donors:)

      2. The treaty was left vague by both sides since they couldn’t control every single facet of what would go on in those 20 years. But yes both the Cult of Shadows and Radiant Church Teaming up is a breach of the contract, but don’t worry Linley has enough forces to defend his territory. The whole damn treaty is so full of loopholes that favor the Radiant Church its infuriating.
        His tough five undying generals and a necromancer who can call up an army of a million at a whim as well as departed souls of the peak ninth rank. Not to mention his brother is probably a mid to late stage ninth rank warrior in the human form. Wharton probably will be on the front lines in this conflict. Not to mention if Wharton were to enter battle against the Radiant church then Linley will have a LEGIT excuse to wreck both the Cult of shadows and Radiant Church.

        1. they verbaly agreed that if linleys family actively attacked that they would be able to defend themselves. and how is teaming up a loop hole? what part of the treaty prevented them from teaming up? there suppose to not bring saints into battle yes but thats the only possible way (besides attacking linleys family) that they can breach the contract.

          1. Right, they agreed that if Linley’s family ATTACKED, they would defend.
            However, if THEY attack, and Linley’s family gets hurt… oh boy.

  8. And thus the Cult of Shadows sealed their fate as well. Tsk tsk.
    I wondered what was going to happen with them since Linley didn’t exactly have anything against them.
    Now I know. They chose to die along with the Radiant Church.

    Thanks for the release.

      1. True. But without the Anarchic Lands, they’ll have lost a big portion of their followers. That also has a big affect on their future. Think of it like owning a business with a full staff, but having no way to hire new staff.
        It’s not a quick death like what the Radiant Church will recieve. Linley will stamp them out, lol.
        But it’s still a slow death with very little hope. And that’s if Linley doesn’t decide to stamp them out too for joining with the Radiant Church.

        Well, I say that. But IET can do any number of things. I’m just thinking of the most likely end result. Never know for sure until we get there and see what he chooses.

      1. Yep. The kidnapping isn’t even worth mentioning. And similarly, the assassination attempt was only because he was with the Radiant Church. The three saint level dragons tried to kill him too. But since there is no direct enmity between them, why would he have anything against them?

        1. Dragons tried to kill him because he came and picked a fight with them. And then those dragons were made into his servants.
          Cult of Shadows tried to kill him at his own home just because they deemed him potentially dangerous when he was still nobody. That’s a different situation.

          Politically, as well, if Baruch Kingdom takes over the Radiant Church’s territory, it will only be logical to add the Cult’s lands and form an empire instead of remaining a kingdom with a troublesome neighbor next door. The power of faith, remember? You don’t want their religion to creep into your lands.

          So there should be enough motivation to eventually act against them.

          1. Different situation, it doesn’t change the facts though. He has nothing against them directly. Politically they are rivals, but that isn’t enough reason to wipe them out. That’s a reason to be cautious around them and not trust them. They tried and failed, they may have tried again in the future. But that’s how politics work. They could have been allies or enemies in the future easily. Until they joined with the Radiant Church, he had no direct reason to want to wipe them out. There is a monumental difference in being careful and being vindictive.

          2. From Linley’s interactions with O’Casey, it was apparent that he doesn’t have much sympathy toward the Cult of Shadows. It’s just that his primary target is the Radiant Church, and he still doesn’t have the strength necessary to completely wipe them out, so engaging in another open conflict with a power of the same caliber is against his interests. Once his power increases further while the Radiant Church takes damage, he might as well move against the Cult.

            The problem with the freaks like Linley is that they can cause a global change on their own, and who knows what can make their mood swing. After all, one day he was a pride of the O’Brien empire and a relative of its emperor, then in a small skirmish at the border the gates of a certain city remained closed, and, well, you know the story. Unlike War God and High Priest, Linley’s still too young and too involved in the worldly affairs, so any government should feel extremely uncomfortable when dealing with his side, even more so if there’s even the slightest grudge between them.

          3. He doesn’t need to have sympathy. He has no malice towards them. Having no malice means he has nothing directly against them. The Cult of Shadows is something Linley feels impartial about. It is even stated in the most recent chapter(34) that he didn’t have any intent to attack them until they joined with the Radiant Church, and that he would have even allied with them. The AUTHOR of the book put it in writing. The Cult of Shadows gave him a reason to have malice now. But as I said. BEFORE THE CULT OF SHADOWS BECAME ALLIES THE RADIANT CHURCH HE HAD NOTHING DIRECTLY AGAINST THEM. I hope you aren’t actually going to try and argue that the author of the book is wrong.

          4. Yes, in chapter 34 Linley states his intentions at that moment. Whether they were the same before the time skip, or are they going to be the same the next day, is a different matter.
            What’s important is that he’s an individual dealing with an organization. He’s not on the level of a deity, where they would just submit to him, and yet he’s too powerful for them to exercise their influence on him. Whatever treaties they might sign, there is no way for them to ensure that he wouldn’t have a change of heart later, or to enforce the conditions as the means you would use against other organizations don’t apply here. That’s why they don’t want to deal with him at all, instead targeting the organization called Baruch Kingdom, and counting on individual named Desri to ensure that individual named Linley follows the treaties.

          5. It is exactly like I said. Linley had nothing directly against the Cult of Shadows. You can ramble on with topics that are irrelevant to the subject all day long if you want. I said Linley had nothing directly against the Cult of Shadows until they allied with the Radiant Church. You tried to argue that I was wrong. The author has even proven that I was right, and you still insist that I’m wrong.

            What’s important here is that you’re a sore loser who can’t admit when you’re wrong.

          6. Sore loser? You take this kind of conversation that seriously? Then, np, you win, all the glory and the pie is yours 😀 Besides, that Fallen Angel should have made clear why they did what they did, so there’s not much left to discuss regardless.

          7. Pretending to not care while tossing in another attempt to make yourself sound correct…. Well, I’m not really surprised.

  9. huh i just realized that if zassler has already become a saint level then he can easily tame countless level 9 undeads. so summoning level 9s to fight wouldnt be a breach in contract would it be?

    ren and donators thanks a lot :}

    1. Actually, it would. Why would he be able to summon countless lvl9s? Because he’d be a saint. If he were a 9thranker, he wouldn’t have that many.
      It would be like a Grand Magus saying “I’m only casting level 9 spells, so I don’t count as a Saint” XD

    1. I don’t think the treaty said anything about kingdoms attacking each other. As long as the Radiant Church doesn’t directly engage in combat with Linley or his family, there should be no problem.

      1. Right.
        So Wharton, the KING of the Kingdom just needs to head to the frontlines and let someone punch him once. That gives Linley motive to wipe out the whole army, and call upon Desri to obliterate both religions 😀

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