Kang Chul-in in the battlefield was like a fish in the water, and was like a lion in a pack of gazelles.
There was no need to use such a high level technique to fight against these normal soldiers.
Whenever he swung his swords, the soldiers fell.
One of the Crete soldiers started instinctively backing off when he met Kang Chul-in.
But he died mid sentence, Kang Chul-in’s sword impaled in his body.
Kang Chul-in went deeper into the enemy lines, slashing and killing all of the enemies that he saw.
And before him was a red line of blood. Wherever he went, blood flowed.
Even after killing tens of soldiers in just a moment, Kang Chul-in...