It was a strange thing to say.
He smelled like someone that can see the future?
The nuance of this was strange enough to grab Kang Chul-In’s attention. He knew the future? Did she guess the fact that Kang Chul-In had returned to the past too?
... There was no way.
“The smell of a fortune-teller… I don’t have any thoughts to set up a place anywhere.”
Kang Chul-In spoke calmly.
“I also am not interested in things like tarot cards, or crystal balls. You’ve got the wrong man here.”
“No, I haven’t.”
“What do you mean then.”
“I can smell a the ability of a fortune-teller, or more precisely one who can somehow foresee the future with his ability.”
Thankfully, Skadi didn’t seem to know the truth.
“I didn’t think that the Lord that was ranked 5th would be one that was this deep into the occult. I thought you were a mage?”
“Magic and Occult has a very close relationship.”
“Is that so?”
“Of course, most mages tend to want to disagree with this statement.
“Well… that’s your problem, not mine.”
Kang Chul-In turned his head around. It wasn’t interesting for him to talk about magic or occults.
And… Skadi was going to die soon anyway.
She had died exactly three days after she had risen to the rank of Overlord. Just like Baruk...