Sheville Polansky coughed in pain.
Kang Chul-In spoke, his voice cold.
“Did you really think I would fall to such an obvious trap?”
“Honestly, it was so obvious that it’s boring.”
In the past, Kang Chul-In had been subject to many assassination attempts. He had even met an assassin after using the toilet once.
So would he, after being subject to so many assassination attempts, fall so easily like this?
“There’s no time.”
Kang Chul-In laughed.
“I’ll shatter your bones first.”
Sheville's arms twisted in weird angles.
His bones completely bent out of shape, Sheville screamed in terror and pain.
“Let’s see how thick your bones really are.”
Kang Chul-In laughed evilly.
He wanted to check just how thick Sheville's bones were for him to kidnap his daughter.
“I pray that you can last long.”
“That mouth of yours first.”
Sheville coughed up blood. It was because Kang Chul-In’s fist had 'destroyed' his mouth.
Teeth began to fall on the floor, but that wasn't all.
Out of his mouth, a reddish-black object fell out.
Looking at it, Sheville’s body started to spasm.
It was his tongue.
Kang Chul-In nodded, looking at the suffering Sheville. A satisfied smile was on his face.
“This fits you better.”
“You still dare to talk?”
With a laugh,
Kang Chul-In kicked Sheville’s chin as if he were kicking a soccer ball.
“We’re not finished just yet.”
Kang Chul-In shook his head.
He wouldn’t let go of the damned bastard that had kidnapped his daughter.
If it were someone else, he would have ended them already, but he just couldn’t let go of his anger.
“I will show you the meaning of pain.”
Saying this, Kang Chul-In stretched his arm out, and poured mana straight into Sheville’s head.
The response was instantaneous.
Sheville started to laugh crazily.
But then, he felt a bit strange.
“U... Uaghhh!!! Uahghjhghhh! AAahhhhhhh!”
He began to shriek as if this were the worst pain he had ever felt, even when compared with Kang Chul-In's earlier onslaught.
“This is what I prepared for you.”
Kang Chul-In turned around.
There was no longer any desire for him to beat Sheville up anymore, but it also felt too merciful to just let him die. He decided to let his mana rampage inside Sheville before he died.
Now, I’ll take Arshelly, and…
-Sheville Polansky, suppression complete!
A notification popped up.
The requirements for his authority to activate had been completed.
Kang Chul-In stopped.
So engrossed in his revenge, he had completely forgot about his new ability.
Ability: Spell Absorption
Type: Active (has requirements)
Requirements: Can only be used against attacking magic.
-Can turn any magic or psychokinesis under 8 circles into nothing.
-Changes 30% of the energy of the magic absorbed into the user’s mana, and empowers the user for 5 minutes.
Things to note:
-Cannot be used against defensive magic.
-Can become dangerous if used to absorb magic above a certain level.
Ah, I forgot about this ability.
Kang Chul-In’s eyes shone.
I forgot that this ability can be ranked as an SSS rank ability.
Even though he had forgotten due to the fact that Sheville Polansky was very easy to defeat for him, there were extreme merits and benefits to this ability. This could be an extreme counter against any magician or mage.
Kang Chul-In muttered, unsatisfied that Polansky would die so soon.
While Kang Chul-In was busy taking Sheville Polansky’s ability, the Anatolian army had succeeded in breaking through the Bittermoon territory.
Under Baruk Al-Yusuf’s 「Mad God」 ability, the soldiers of Anatolia went on a rampage, destroying and killing the Bittermoon soldiers.
“Kill them all!”
The commander of the soldiers shouted at them.
“Don’t let any of the soldiers live, for Allah hasn’t given those non-believers the right to live!”
The man that encouraged this slaughter was an adventurer, and the man that Baruk Al-Yusuf cared most about as a subordinate.
This Nigerian terrorist was also an extremely famous man on Earth, famous for his methods in killing non-Islamic individuals.
Abubakar could hear the voice of Baruk Al-Yusuf in his head.
Baruk Al-Yusuf could use telepathy on his most trusted subordinates.
Though only Baruk Al-Yusuf could talk using his telepathy,
“Oh! Great Khalifa!”
Hearing his voice, Abubakar still kneeled down in respect.
-I'm giving you a mission. Soon, our ‘elites’ will go into the Bittermoon territory.
Hearing that Baruk Al-Yusuf would soon send in the ‘elites’, Abubakar’s body shook because he was extremely surprised.
-The aim and target is only one person, Overlord Kang Chul-In.
Baruk Al-Yusuf’s voice could be heard once more.
-Nothing else, just Kang Chul-In. Try your best to capture him alive, but kill him if you must and bring me his head.
“Of course, great Khalifa! This one will definitely bring him back and make him kneel in front of the Great Khalifa!”
Soon after, ‘they’ started to show themselves inside the Bittermoon territory.
10 kilometres from the Chermart territory.
Kwak-Jung, who had lead the Laputa soldiers, was laughing.
James looked at Kwak-Jung, worried about what was happening.
Yes, what on earth.
James had no idea what Kwak-Jung was thinking.
All Kwak-Jung had done before this was turn on the illusion network, and made calls for almost 2 hours straight.
Did he call for reinforcements?
...Was James first thought, before erasing that possibility from his mind.
There was no one to call.
Their most trusted ally, Lee Chae-rin, was far away in the Pandemonium region, raking in money from her mines, and they hadn’t been able to reach Hecate recently.
He even thought of Aleister, but quickly erased that out of his mind too.
After being completely destroyed by Kang Chul-In during the Fox Valley battle, Aleister was barely able to keep his position as an Overlord. It would be a smart idea for him not to come.
Then Dorian Explorer?
Even though Dorian himself was quite powerful, his territory was barely the size of a village. There was no way that Dorian would have the troops to send.
James was frustrated.
Meanwhile, Kwak-Jung was still laughing to himself---
“Kuku… Will I get a bonus this time? Maybe I’ll get to drive a Ferrari around…”
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