“Welcome, descendent of the Emperor of Blood and Iron.” Rindermergel welcomed Kang Chul-In. “No, I should say, ‘the’ Emperor of Blood and Iron. As expected from his reincarnation, you resemble him… including the foolishness to jump into fire like a moth.”
Rindermergel’s words did not please Kang Chul-In.
“Spouting nonsense, aren’t you.” Kang Chul-In smirked. “Who’s the Emperor of Blood and Iron? I am Kang Chul-In, the emperor of Pangaea. Also, what do you mean by moth? Me?”
It was ridiculous.
“You lost to the Emperor of Blood and Iron 1000 years ago. Who are you calling foolish?”
What a taunt! Kang Chul-In had never lost to anyone in an argument before.
“A loser should know his place and humbly take part in a revenge match. Aren’t I right, Rindermergel?”
“I’m the champion, while you are the challenger. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.”
Kang Chul-In brimmed with confidence, despite facing the leader of the Agnaga. He had a reason for that.
You are already dead.
Without a doubt, Rindermergel was strong. However...
You are just an actor in this play.
These circumstances were the climax portion of Kang Chul-In’s play based on the scenario that the Emperor of Blood and Iron and Emilia had proposed a thousand years ago!
“Full of confidence, aren’t you, Emperor of Blood and Iron’s reincarnation?” Rindermergel spoke. “That, however, does not mask your weakness.”
“Even the Emperor of Blood and Iron could not handle me in the past.”
That was a fact. The Emperor of Blood and Iron was always on the losing end against Rindermergel, utterly ‘dominated.' Without the Emperor of Blood and Iron’s trump card in the final moment, Rindermergel would have been the victor. Truly enough, that battle itself...