Book 9, Chapter 116

Debates On Time

Having killed the first aggressor, Richard didn’t rise and simply stared at Bloodtooth. The tanir man roared and raised his dagger to protect his chest, leaping forward in attack, but a flash of green stopped his momentum before splitting him in two. Moonlight was showcasing its continued worth; even with the distorted laws, its toughness and sharp edge weren’t affected in the slightest. In stark contrast, the holy sword lost its sharpness while the Judge had turned into an ordinary weapon that could break on impact with even the common daggers here.

Once the burly man and Bloodtooth were dead, the inn went deathly still and no one dared to move. Everyone continued to stare at Richard’s sword case, but the greed had been replaced by fear. The...

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