Linmel was shocked.
All the flow of mana was focused on the boy with fluttering emerald hair. He knew what this was.
He had seen Count Welton use it.
Was it ‘Sea of Hundred’? Just like it, the feeling of a hundred seas merging and spreading out was right in front of his eyes.
Compared to Count Welton, Jamie’s was a bit too shabby. But the difference was expected because the person doing it was different.
But it was surprising. The technique was wonderful enough that no one other than the Welton family and the most outstanding knights could learn it. Jamie was short of the Count, but compared to a knight, Jamie wasn’t the least bit lacking.
He had to be 8?
‘Gifted in swordsmanship. It’s natural for him to do this.’
The dazzling emerald colored hair was evidence of the strong inheritance of blood.
From generation to generation, the Welton family produced Sword Masters. They established them as prestigious people when it came to Swordsmanship, and were always known to the world.
So Jamie will be the next head of such a family.
How can one not be shocked.
Sword and magic. A child loved by the two forces them to mingle.
“But, that won’t be enough.”
Linmel raised his eyebrows.
This child had grown beyond comparison from when he first saw him.
Was it a year now?
Meanwhile, Jamie had the great magician in front of him. In other words, Jamie was lacking now.
And Linmel, an 8th class who was just below the supreme state and beyond great magicians.
“Let’s see you in action after a long time?”
Linmel moved back and Jamie slammed the ground as he accelerated.
The mana here existed for him alone. An energy began to flow from the Scud’s tip.
[4th form of Welton.]
Scud was pulled and clenched.
The movement of the sword, the silent thunderbolt exploded like thousands of them.
Jamie slammed the forefoot right in front of Linmel.
The moment the acceleration stopped, the blade bounced forward and flew in aiming for Linmel’s neck.
Flashes went off.
Jamie felt a shield bounce off the sword and stretched out his prepared left hand.
[Doom of the Left.]
The magic which almost broke down the wooden sword of Welton.
Linmel’s eyes widened.
The black light blasted with a roar and smashed the round shield.
Linmel was genuinely surprised. The magic which Jamie used was only to break the shield. He approached once again knowing the shield was hit.
‘Did he predict this…’
Linmel flew up.
Lightning struck the sword and then bounced off the top and was swept away.
“That looks good, Jamie.”
“Still a long way off.”
He knew that this wasn’t enough to satisfy Linmel.
Jamie lowered his posture and created mana all over his body.
Black which assists with magic, came up. It was a pity that he couldn’t use black magic, but this seemed like it was enough.
He scratched the sword on the floor. Not once had Jamie tried to properly mix both sword and magic. So this was going to be his first attempt.
The sword bounced off the groove on the floor.
Jamie’s new form moved.
Linmel opened his eyes wide and re-deployed the shield again. Kwaaang! He felt a huge shock on the shield behind him.
No, not just behind him.
Suddenly, appeared ahead and was ready to slash the sword down straight.
The shield seemed like it would crack so it was readjusted.
The sword pierced through the right side and slipped into the shield.
Crack! This time from the left.
Linmel gulped at the cracking sounds from all directions.
Jamie was all around him.
All of the spells Jamie had memorized.
Four spells started from the sword.
A huge explosion engulfed Linmel.
And Jamie watched it unfold.
He used clones and teleportation for this.
When used once, mana consumption increases according to the number of clones used, however the drawbacks were, the skill was impossible to block.
Since Explosion was a breaker type magic, even Linmel wouldn’t be able to easily break it.
“Come out already.”
After the smoke had cleared down for a bit, Jamie spoke and Linmel appeared as if nothing happened.
At first glance, it looked like he blocked all the attacks, but Jamie smiled.
“You couldn’t act back.”
“Ah! Look at this, I was trying to act like it didn’t matter!”
Linmel looked at the back of his robe, the burn on it.
He tried to show that the attacks did nothing to him but regenerated the burnt clothes.
“If it was completely hidden then I would have been quite disappointed.”
“Ended up making a mistake as I was in a hurry, huhu.”
Linmel came down.
Despite saying it, there were no injuries on him.
‘Even with movement effect, I couldn’t make a single scratch on him. what can my current skills even do?’
It was a pity that he couldn’t do much, but he didn’t feel resentful.
Because he could catch up to them all.
To say catch up was ridiculous, he was going to head back to his previous state.
“But, do you want to end this?”
Mana around Linmel began to fluctuate.
“I just wanted to greet you in this way because you were too proud of your skills.”
He wanted to show Jamie that the gap was still huge.
Expected to break down the arrogance of a child. But fortunately, the robe was burnt. And despite trying to get rid of the burn marks, he couldn’t hide them as the time wasn’t enough.
And because of that, he was caught.
“Jamie. This time, you try to stop.”
The flow of mana occupied by the Sea of Hundred left.
A huge power that was even more terrifying came.
A situation of the strong eating the weak had come.
Linmel was definitely stronger than Jamie now, so he could break down the mana pool of Jamie any instant.
It could be because he expected Jamie to know his true power. So Jamie put the sword away, he knew that his current swordsmanship skills weren’t enough to handle this.
Instead, Beyond Avalon was put in front.
Taken out, but not used till now.
“Finally going to use it?”
“I think so.”
“You are a funny one.”
The power of this had been confirmed before.
“If you are going to use it, use it without hesitation.”
What was Linmel’s magic going to be?
Jamie was curious as he hadn’t shown it till now.
If so, he had to make him show it.
Linmel flicked his right hand.
The floor began to crumble like sand but Jamie didn’t dodge it.
The terrifying level of savage wind engulfed him. It was magic with power that even a 6th class couldn’t handle.
One could even die.
However, there wasn’t even a slightest agitation in Linmel’s expression.
Instead, he spoke with a smile and asked.
“What are your thoughts?”
“It is nice to be in a warm and cold breeze.”
The place where the ferocious wind had scratched was messy, but there was no scratch on Jamie’s body.
He led the translucent body forward.
Beyond Avalon. The staff which meant Utopia had the ability to make the master exist and not exist in reality at the same time.
In other words, Jamie existed in this world, but the body was in another world.
And the translucent body returned to its original state.
“You can’t seem to stay long.”
“I will get it right within no time.”
“That confidence. So nice to see really.”
Linmel said sarcastically and stretched his arms outwards.
The floor was lifted and Jamie’s tiny body soared.
“This one will hurt.”
“Let’s see about that.”
The sword passed by Linmel’s ear.
Linmel looked at Scud which barely passed from the side of his face.
Jamie was mid-air but the attack came from behind.
The magic he did a moment ago.
“It seems like you want to see my best.”
“Please show me.”
Swords came up from all directions.
Getting through it would be fun.
Linmel opened his eyes wide to check the clouds.
He placed a hand on the ground to create a magic circle.
The space collapsed in cube shapes.
Jamie saw the vast amount of Mana which was concentrated on Linmel.
“If the junior wants to see it so much, then there is nothing a senior can do but show it.”
Linmel raised his hand up.
“The realization I have gained isn’t from natural disasters like raging fire, lightning bolts, and hail.”
Jamie didn’t even know why he was smiling in such a situation.
Something big was going to come.
“Still, a big shock will come, so be prepared.”
He clapped his hands and there was a sound.
But nothing changed.
It was the moment Jamie realized it.
A strange sense of discomfort. It didn’t take him long to realize the true nature of the discomfort.
Jamie admired the changes in the world that his five senses couldn’t feel
The magical realization Linmel obtained was—
The skin was hot.
Jamie turned his head to the side, a huge mass of ice flying towards him.
He thought it was a flame.
Jamie swung the staff to summon flame.
Dududk! The ice cracked and this time came the lightning!
A shield was created by crossing the sword and staff.
As lightning struck the thin shield, fire erupted and chill rushed into his body.
It was only then he realized that clue which Linmel threw in.
‘Not a natural disaster.’
Hail, ice, lightning, flames.
On the surface it was a disaster, but this was a psychic magic that invaded the brain.
So meticulously constructed that one couldn’t even imagine it happened.
If one wasn’t an expert in the spiritual world, one would struggle to survive in these kinds of situations and die without knowing what happened.
‘The problem is that I have to struggle even if I know!’
Explosions from all sides, heavy rain and lightning from above. The ground cracked with lava gushing out.
Jamie tried to break free from Linmel’s bondage which manipulated his mind, but Linmel’s magic was completed through realization.
And with Jamie’s current skills it was impossible.
Jamie began to release a hazy mist all over his body. So that no one could see what was happening.
Yet, all sorts of disasters were breaking in.
And it came.
If he can’t solve it, and then swallow it.
‘Black. Control the black mana.’
If he openly used black magic suspicion would rise.
So, excluding that, Leviathan was released in the form of a white magic. The predation power will decrease but it was fine.
The mist cleared, and fifty thousand calamities swallowed Jamie from above and below.
There, Jamie did his sword dance.
[Welton’s form 1 to 10.]
With the Sea of Hundreds open, he could move more freely than anyone.
‘Mana will be eaten.’
A disaster is simply the delirium of a disorganized mind.
He was going to swallow the mana of Linmel, the source of this.
With that thought alone, he began to absorb the mana covered around him.
And then a faint light began to flow through Scud’s blade.
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