Book 3 Chapter 10.2 - Net
These were the unwritten rules left behind by the olden era; everything was based on evidence. Even though Sarton felt nothing but disdain towards this hypocritical and empty principle, he couldn’t help but admit that sometimes, using proper rules was still important.
Just like that, the two fought, one in pursuit and one pursued. They were already far from the Town of Trials.
A light pu sounded. The black chain entered the ground, and then it emerged again several tens of meters out, returning to Sarton’s finger. The black chain that originally could extend up to a hundred meters was now less than a meter in length. The tip was like a viper as it nimbly moved about in search of clues.