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“Did something happen to this place? The formation of the rocks looks kind of odd as if it’s not natural,” Fred asked as he followed Asmond and stared at the tall cliffs around him.

“While we were still leveling up for the joint team with Mykel’s team, he cleared this floor on his own. So, I think he did this for a reason,” Asmond answered and looked at Mykel who was holding a strange staff made of gold.

“We know that he’s strong and we have seen him in action a few times, but do you know how strong he actually is?” Fred walked next to Asmond.

“I don’t know, I don’t think Gunnar and the others know about it as well. Mykel has been hiding his power for some reason,” Asmond looked at Fred and the others who looked curious.

“I heard a rumor that what happened in District 13 was because Mykel fighting the demon from Lucifer Tower,” A guy said who walked behind Enma. “But that’s not true, right? There’s no way someone could turn an entire district into a massive lake.

“I’m not surprised if that’s the case and even if he said that he did, I would believe him,” Asmond replied.

They arrived at the front gate of the Veatika Empire. People were busy maintaining their corp outside the wall, and nobody welcomed them or anything because they had no idea who they were except Mykel.

The city had been rebuilt and it looked so peaceful. One thing that Asmond and his team just noticed was that everyone in Veatika’s World was so tall and big. They were far stronger than any normal human and were curious as to what kind of race they were.

“Long time no see, Mykel,” Manna said as she rode a black draft horse with dozens of knights behind her.

“It suits you,” Mykel replied as he looked at the crown on Manna’s long black hair that she grew since she had to look graceful as an empress.

Manna got down from her horse. She stood in front of Mykel and looked at Gunnar and the others. She knew them since they came to Veatika to ask her about Mykel’s whereabouts when he went missing before the breakout.

“Who are these people over here?” Manna asked with her arms crossed.

“A friend from my world with his team,” Mykel answered as he looked at Asmond who appeared to be amazed by Manna’s presence.

“So, not one of us?” Manna asked.

Mykel shook his head, but Asmond looked at Manna with a puzzled and curious look on his face.

“Manna I need your time for a moment before we go to the tower,” Mykel said as he put his hand on Manna’s shoulder.

Manna raised her eyebrows and looked a bit surprised, but then she nodded with understanding. She sent the knights to escort everyone to the palace so they could wait comfortably.

“Show me where you buried Rami,” Mykel said.

“Rami? Why?” Manna asked with her eyebrows furrowed.

“I’m going to bring him back to life. With him, it would be easier to clear the sixteenth floor and to help you run the empire since he’s the only one who stayed behind and sacrificed his life to protect this city,” Mykel explained.

Manna was bewildered when she heard Mykel say he wanted to bring Rami back to life. She didn’t know it would be possible, but she didn’t complain or ask a single question because she believed.

Manna brought Mykel to the cemetery and pointed at the biggest grave in the area. Mykel split the ground with magic and lifted the coffin with [Telekinesis], he then put the coffin right in front of him. He used [Admin] and brought Rami back to life.

“Open the coffin,” Mykel said as he looked at the coffin.

Manna gulped and slowly opened the coffin. She was petrified when she saw a man the same age as her with his dark purple hair sleeping so tightly inside the coffin. There wasn’t a single scratch or wound on his body, and when the sun hit his face, he furrowed his eyebrows and slowly opened his eyes.

“Rami…” Manna’s voice trembled as she looked at Rami who just moved his eyebrows.

Rami opened his eyes and his gray eyes were shrinking because of the sunlight. His vision was still blurry, but he could see two people standing above him and a familiar voice calling his name.

“Manna?” A gentle voice of Rami made Manna cry and chuckle at the same time.

Rami sat up and it took him a moment to understand that he was back to Veatika and alive. He looked at the coffin he was in, and jolted from it as he looked at Rami and Mykel with a perplexed look.

“Wait, what happened?!” Rami asked as he rubbed his face with both hands.

“He brought you back to life,” Manna answered as she pointed her left hand at Mykel.

“He brought me back to life? How? Who is he?” Rami asked as he looked at Mykel who just stared at him.

“He’s God Mykel, Rami, he’s a God,” Manna answered.

Rami looked at Mykel in disbelief and immediately went down to his knees as he slowly crawled toward Mykel.

“God Mykel! Thank you!” Rami said as he looked up at Mykel with his hands pressed together.

“There’s no need for that, I’m doing this for my own interest,” Mykel answered as he shook his head. “Now that you’re here, I want you to prepare because we are going to enter the Belphegor Tower to kill the Second Demon Lord, Golgos,”

“Golgos? We killed him already,” Rami furrowed his eyebrows with a puzzled look.

“Demon can’t die, it can come back to life. Since you killed him years ago, he’s already back,” Mykel answered and looked down at Rami. “I will be waiting in the palace, you can ask what the situation to Manna,”

Mykel walked away, but then he stopped and turned around. “I almost forgot,” Mykel said as he opened his [Authority] skill. “Welcome back, Rami,” Mykel said after he gave the invitation, he then left the cemetery.

Rami accepted Mykel’s invitation without hesitation, and suddenly he received 10,000 Arcana Coins as a gift from Mykel. He looked at Mykel in the distance with people crowding him and giving him fruits as gratitude.

“Let’s go, Rami, I found the empire treasure room and you can choose any equipment you want in there,” Manna said as she smiled at Rami. “As you can see, I’m the empress of Veatika now thanks to Mykel’s will,” Manna pointed at the crown on her head.

Manna and Rami left the cemetery leaving the grave and coffin open.

It took an hour for Manna and Rami to finish the preparation, they both went to the audience hall where everyone was gathered. Rami looked at the hundreds of people in the hall and he introduced himself to them, but as Manna warned, he was forbidden to tell the truth about Mykel and acted normally if he was in front of them.

“Since everyone is here already, let’s go to the sixteenth floor. If there’s anything that you want to know about the world we are going to, ask Manna and Rami, they both had cleared up to the twentieth floor and killed Golgos before,” Mykel said as he looked at Asmond and his team.

Asmond nodded his head with understanding, and then they left to the Belphegor Tower.

Manna explained to everyone about the sixteenth floor, and that the world was called Eagres. The world was something that could be called a primitive world where tribal people lived with ancient buildings that were similar to the Aztec civilization.

Manna warned them about the people of Eagres since they were savages and quite dangerous. Although they were savages, they wouldn’t be able to kill them since how primitive their weapons were.

“I need you to be careful around them because they have dark magic,” Manna said as she stood in front of the door to the sixteenth floor.

“Dark magic?” Rozan asked.

“Yes, something like putting a curse on people, it was really interesting and terrifying at the same time. Once you got a curse on you, just hope that you don’t die of sickness or from killing yourself. You need to be cautious around them and make sure not to anger them,” Manna answered and nodded her head.

“That’s really interesting,” Rozan said as he rubbed his chin.

“Is there anything else you guys want to ask?” Mykel asked.

Everyone shook their heads.

“Alright, let’s kill Golgos once and for all,” Mykel said as he opened the door.


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