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“(Mykel, I just heard that Asmond and his people are going to clear the twenty-first floor in the Abaddon Tower)” Vixelleth said telepathically.

“(Really? What made him think that he can clear it on his own?)” Mykel asked as he watched Zherlthsh and Glasya play a hunting game with the demons while Beldathiel was watching with him.

“(He said he got a new skill from his Benefactor called Slaughter. It’s not just him, but he said that the others also got it. His Benefactor is her, right?)” Vixelleth replied.

“(I see, then it’s possible if they have that skill. And yes, his Benefactor is Mara,)” Mykel answered.

“(What’s that skill do? What makes you so confident that he would be able to clear the twenty-first floor?)” Vixelleth asked.

“(That Slaughter skill is giving him a little strength when he killed someone. It can be stacked, and the more kill he has, the stronger he will become, but it has a duration,)” Mykel answered as he lit his cigarette. “(It’s only good if there are a lot of enemies, and in his case, the world he’s going to save is filled with demons. So it’s going to be easy for him,)”

“(That make sense. Anyway, when are you coming back?)” Vixelleth asked.

“(Do your job properly,)” Mykel answered as he sighed.

Vixelleth giggled and didn’t say anything.

Mykel sighed again as he stared blankly at the leaves on the tree. He was thinking about Asmond clearing the twenty-first floor and would get himself the [Inner Power] skill that would help him get stronger like in the original story. Luckily, Mykel created something powerful from that skill and the result was [Limit Break]. No matter how powerful Asmond would become, he wouldn’t be able to beat Agnez and the others.

Mykel had been thinking that if he stopped interfering with Asmond’s story. The story would try to fix itself and start to follow the original story in one way or another. The only answer to that would be destiny, and it would make Asmond as strong as in the original story.

Although it sounded bad in the long term, Mykel wasn’t bothered by it because he could just move his fingers and change everything as he pleased. Nobody could stop him anymore since he was already above anyone. The only bad thing that could happen was for Mara that would interfere, and that was it. Sooner or later she wouldn’t be able to do anything to fix it.

Mykel realized making Asmond stumble on a rock and make him fall to his knees wasn’t really satisfying. He wanted Asmond to stumble and fall into a cliff where the steep rocks were waiting for him at the bottom.

“What are you doing over there on your own?” Beldathiel asked as she walked toward Mykel.

“Enjoying the silence,” Mykel answered.

“Anyway, you said that you told Luciel you’re going to kill him?” Beldathiel asked as she sat next to Mykel and watched Zherlthsh and Glasya slaughter the demons that tried to run away from them.

“Yes, and she was shocked after I told her that I want her to replace his position,” Mykel looked at the time on his wristwatch. “She asked why, and I told her about the deal he made with that Goddess recently. I explained to her once he was bound with the deal, he won’t be able to free himself anymore since he will be indebted to her forever,” Mykel explained as he puffed the smoke.

Beldathiel hummed as she hugged her knees.

“Like how we are bound to you, and there’s no turning back once you’re in,” Beldathiel said and stared Mykel in the eye.

“Yes, but in his case, he would suffer, forever,” Mykel replied and nodded his head.

“And? What did she say?” Beldathiel stood up.

“She didn’t say anything, and she’s still thinking about it. She has no other choice but to accept the fact her father is no longer the powerful man she knew. Breaking him is the only way, and that’s when I will finish the job,” Mykel flicked the cigarette.

“Once you killed him, what are you planning to do with his companions?” Beldathiel asked.

“Kill them, transfer their power to their daughters, and take their position as the Demon Kings,” Mykel answered.

Beldathiel looked at Mykel with her eyebrows furrowed, and she looked not pleased with the answer. She didn’t like that idea at all because she didn’t want Belphegor to die since he could be useful to Mykel.

“If you don’t like it then I won’t kill your father, but I’m still going to replace his position with you. I bet your father will be fine with that as well,” Mykel said as he looked at Beldathiel.

“What about the others? Do you think they will accept it and don’t seek revenge? Not everyone has a bad relationship with their fathers. For example, Nefarath and Kiersha, even Lilith,” Beldathiel asked.

“Is that really what you think?” Mykel asked with a smug. “I guess you really don’t understand your sisters at all, but that’s fine since you barely talk with them and only saw them when you guys gathered in Gehenna,” Mykel answered as he put his hands in his pockets.

Beldathiel tilted her head with her eyebrows furrowed.

“Anyway, let’s go to Helmga World as soon as possible. I want you guys to meet with my other recipients,” Mykel said as he walked toward the portal.

The four of them went up to the tenth floor, and Zherlthsh killed Drazgikath with [Hellfire] instantly. The four of them then went to the Helmga World to meet with Euros and the others since it had been a while since he visited them.

“Why are you so suddenly get quite, Zeth?” Glasya asked as she walked next to her.

“The previous floor reminded me of the time I first met Mykel. He was in my grasp back then, and I could kill him right there if I didn’t play with him,” Zherlthsh said as she looked at her whip wrapped in her right hand.

“That’s what you get when you underestimated your enemy. That wasn’t the first time you underestimated me. You did the same mistake when you got summoned to Earth,” Mykel said with a smile.

“Wait, really? What happened?” Glasya asked curiously.

“I don’t want to talk about it,” Zherlthsh said as she sighed.

“Speaking of summoning, do you still have the dagger?” Mykel looked at Zherlthsh who walked in front of him.

“I do,” Zherlthsh answered as she used [Spatial] skill and grabbed the dagger. “Here, but why do you ask? Are you trying to summon one of them?” Zherlthsh asked.

“No, I don’t think it’s necessary anymore. Dealing with all of you is already a pain, and I don’t want to add another one. At least not now since you guys are going to have Luciel,” Mykel answered.

The three of them stopped walking and immediately turned their heads to look at Mykel. They were dumbfounded and speechless because they had no idea about what was going to happen.

“Wait, what do you mean by that? We are going to fight her? Why?” Beldathiel asked.

“I will explain it to you when everyone is gathered,” Mykel said and saw Euros riding a horse with the knights behind him.

Mykel was in the audience room with everyone. They were having a small conversation, and the main topic was Beldathiel, Zherlthsh, and Glasya. Mykel told them the truth about who they were, and surprisingly Euros and the others weren’t surprised by it.

“Enough with the questions. Can you tell us about the thing you said back there now?” Glasya asked with her legs crossed and chin resting on her palm.

“Alright, listen up,” Mykel said as he put his hands on the desk with a serious expression. “I want all of you to train your bodies to your limit because I will be sending all of you to another world called Aersland,” Mykel explained as he looked at them.

Beldathiel was surprised and immediately understood what it was all about.

“In there, you will be fighting the strongest Demon Princess called Luciel. If you’re asking me if you can defeat her, the answer is no. You might die, but that won’t be a problem since I can bring all of you back to life,” Mykel said. “Your job is to prevent her from killing anyone from that world. Protect them at all costs, and that’s your only job,” Mykel continued.

“Then what are we going to do if we can’t even kill her?” Costrezeir asked.

“I will take care of it. You don’t have to bother to fight her because it will be a waste of time and life,” Mykel answered.

“When are we going to this Aersland?” Phirzia asked.

“In two months I will send everyone there, so get prepared because it’s going to be the hardest battle you will ever experience,” Mykel answered.


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