en English
en Englishid Indonesian

Destroying My Own Novel – Chapter 286: Didn’t learn. Bahasa Indonesia

287 Chapter 286: Didn’t learn.

Mykel extinguished the [Sacrilege Flame] and started to fall onto his knees. Although he had extinguished the flame on his body, it lit up again because the flame inside his body couldn’t be extinguished. He went beyond his limit, and he had to face the consequences of his own actions.

Mykel created an ice barrier around him, but it melted immediately before it could cool down his body. He tried to pour himself with water, but it evaporated before it could touch his body.

Skadi and Hel who saw Mykel struggling to extinguish the flame, cast [Undying Ice] together. They brought the [Undying Ice] all the way from Jotunheim. The [Undying Ice] could be called the nail of the Jotunheim that connected the Yggdrasil Tree, and it was so sturdy and cold that it was impossible to be melted.

Pillars of ice came all down from the sky and surrounded Mykel with it. Those pillars were the [Undying Ice], and because of how cold it was, a fierce blizzard started and covered the pillars. Whoever was inside that blizzard would die from [Undying Frostbite].

“Do you think that would be enough?” Freyja asked with a concerned look on her face.

“We don’t know. You can see the steam and the mist started to appear, and that means Mykel is resisting the cold. The worst case scenario is that the Undying Ice will melt and the flame inside his body is still burning,” Skadi answered as she watched from the distance.

The mist started to cover the whole Niflheim, and it was so thick that they couldn’t see anything beyond their hands could reach. They also heard cracking sounds in the distance, and the only thing that could make such sounds were the [Undying Ice] pillars.

“How powerful is that flame?! There’s no way Undying Ice can’t stop such flame!” Skadi asked as she tried to look in the distance.

“That’s Mykel. He’s someone that has so many up to his sleeves, and someone you don’t want to underestimate,” Loki answered as he grabbed Laevateinn staff. “I will help as well,” Loki said as he stabbed Laevateinn on the ground.

The mist around them slowly got wrapped itself into a giant sphere through Loki’s magic. He then burst the mist toward Mykel, and it released an extremely cold temperature.

The cold was enough to make a bridge out of it, but that wasn’t their concern since they could still see the flare of the flame that came from the blizzard.

“Is it not working?” Hel asked.

Before anyone could answer that question, the [Undying Ice] pillars shattered, and it made loud cracking noises. Everyone was shocked and didn’t move a muscle. They even held their breath as they watched the pillars crumble.

A heatwave suddenly struck everyone, and they could feel the hotness of the heatwave. It was unbearable, but thankfully it only lasted for a few seconds. They then looked at Mykel standing naked without a single string covering his body.

Mykel looked at his hands, arms, and body. He shook his head in disbelief as he scoffed.

“Did I just really spend half trillions of Arcana Coins for this? It’s worst than getting struck by Gungnir,” Mykel said as he looked at his status screen and the amount of [Arcana Coins] that he had left.

“It doesn’t matter, it’s a good thing that this happened. Now I know that even Rank 2 and Rank 1 Godly Resistance won’t be able to handle this. The only two Gods that are still above me in this skill would be those two,” Mykel said as he turned around and looked at everyone.

Loki suddenly appeared behind Mykel and wrapped black cloth to cover his body. He was giggling mischievously as he put his hands on Mykel’s shoulders from behind.

“That was quite a show, and I didn’t expect for you to kill Hades either. Also, I was a bit worried there,” Loki said.

Mykel didn’t say anything as he covered his bottom half with the black cloth. He walked toward Thor and the others, and then suddenly Hera came to Niflheim.

Hera looked at the remains of Hades’ body, and she looked a bit devastated by the condition of her brother. She didn’t cry, and she wasn’t angry at Mykel for killing Hades because she believed that he would be able to bring him back to life again.

“Was that on purpose?” Hera asked as she carefully grabbed Hades’ body.

“Yes. I want to send Lucifer a message that if he decided to go against me, I will kill all his followers without hesitation,” Mykel said as he looked at the sky.

“You hear me, Lucifer? This is what you will get if you go against me. This is just a first warning, so if you still want to have a deal with me, don’t act like you have the upper hand,” Mykel said telepathically.

Lucifer didn’t say anything, but Mykel knew that Lucifer heard what he said.

“I told you didn’t I? You just made a grave mistake asking for her help. Now, what are you going to do? You have nowhere to run, you’re cornered. I can’t wait to see you begging for her mercy,” Mykel said as he chuckled.

Mykel looked at Hera carrying Hades’ body, or at least the remaining of his body.

“I will bring him back to life,” Mykel said.

“I know, I just want to bury him somewhere,” Hera replied as she nodded her head with understanding. “Do you want to join me? I want to bury him in a special place,” Hera asked as she looked at Mykel.

Mykel nodded his head.

Mykel entered the portal that Hera had opened after he went back to Earth to wear his shirt and blazer. They were on top of the mountain, a mountain where they fought Cronus, Mt. Othrys.

“It’s been a while since I get back here,” Hera said as she put down Hades’ body, and enjoyed the breeze. “It all started here, all of us, fighting Cronus. So I believe this is the right place to bury him, and Zeus won’t know because he hates this place,” Hera continued as she looked around.

A woman appeared from the portal, and it was Persephone. She was still covered in tears, and she immediately broke down the moment she saw Hades’ body again.

Hera approached Persephone and hugged her so tightly as she tried to comfort her. She could tell the pain that Persephone had, and it was painful for Hera to see all the sadness that Persephone had been through.

Mykel looked at Persephone, and even though he was the one who killed Hades, she didn’t show any hatred toward him. Her sadness overwhelmed her other emotions, but he didn’t feel bad at all toward her.

“Mykel can bring him back to life, don’t cry, Persephone,” Hera said as she hugged Persephone’s head and rested it on her chest.

Persephone was sobbing as she slowly looked up at Mykel.

“Can you really bring him back to life?” Persephone asked.

“Yes, I can, but not right now. I need time, so I need you to be patient,” Mykel answered as he nodded his head. “Also, I’m sorry for killing your husband, but I have to,” Mykel continued as he crouched in front of her.

“I knew this would happen, but he didn’t listen. Athena, Aphrodite, Artemis, and even everyone else had warned him. Now look at what he did, he sent my beloved husband to death,” Persephone couldn’t stop her tears.

“It will make Zeus and Poseidon open their eyes. Their egos slowly crumble our family, and the other Gods,” Hera said as she slowly leaned her head back.

“It’s already crumbling, and right now, Athena and the others are going against him after what happened to Hades because Zeus and Poseidon are planning to avenge his death,” Persephone said as she looked at Hera. “It’s happening, and I think it’s not too late to stop them, Hera. Everyone needs you,”

Hera was surprised, and then she looked at Mykel with a worried expression.

“Let’s go and pay them a visit. A beating should be enough to open their eyes,” Mykel said as he stood up and looked at Mount Olympus in the distance. “Don’t worry, I’m not going to kill them. I will cripple them like what happened to Odin,” Mykel continued.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Chapter List