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“Don’t you think this is better?” A woman asked as she wiggled a paper in her hand at Mykel with a gentle smile. “Why don’t you listen to me after everything that we have been through on this?” The woman asked and her smile disappeared. “You won’t let me leave, and yet you treat me like this?” The woman asked again with her teary eyes.

Mykel opened his eyes and stared at the ceiling as he sighed. “This again…” Mykel said as he rested his right forearm on his forehead.

“What’s wrong?” Lyneth asked as she put her hand on his chest with her eyes barely open.

“Nothing, I’m just talking to myself,” Mykel said as he got off the bed.

Mykel went to the bathroom and took a bath for an hour.

Mykel and Lyneth went to the Fraternity building to discuss the towers since Asmond managed to lift the Fraternity Association name again. Lyneth took over all the towers after Kastor’s death, and she was planning to give the towers that belonged to them after the separation.

It was Mykel’s idea, so he didn’t have to take care of all the towers and let Asmond do it for him. He didn’t lose anything in that matter because he wanted the Fraternity Association to pay him back after spoon-feeding them all this time by sending Gunnar, Sven, and Vincze to join them from now on.

The meeting didn’t go well because the higher-ups were a pain to deal with, but in the end, Asmond was the one who had a voice. Asmond gladly accepted the terms since it was a good deal for him and his team because having Gunnar was something that they needed.

“I never thought it would work,” Lyneth said as she exited the building with Mykel.

“Of course it would work, Asmond knows more about this kind of world more than those old men,” Mykel answered as he lit his cigarette.

“Mykel!” Asmond called from the lobby.

Mykel turned around and watched Asmond approach him hurriedly.

“I almost forgot. I still have these keys, and I’m planning to go there with my team. I’m asking if you want to join us,” Asmond showed the Azrael and Astaroth keys.

Mykel looked at the Azrael Key, and he forgot about it that the key hadn’t been used. He really wanted the artifact from there, but that wouldn’t happen. Asking Asmond to give him the key would be suspicious, and so he had no reason to help him either.

“Well, I really want to, but I have important things to take care at the moment. You can bring Gunnar with you since he would be helpful when dealing with the unknown,” Mykel answered with a smile on his face.

Asmond looked a bit disappointed for a second, but then he smiled and nodded with understanding.

“It’s a shame, but I will bring Gunnar with us, and maybe Vincze and Sven as well,” Asmond replied as he stared at the keys in his right hand. “Well, then, I’ll see you later,” Asmond said.

Mykel nodded and then left.

“It’s a shame indeed,” Mykel said as he entered the car with Lyneth.

“I’m sorry that I can’t get those keys,” Lyneth said as she looked at Mykel with guilt.

“It’s okay, there’s nothing you can do about it,” Mykel replied and stared at Asmond talking with the receptionist in the lobby. “Or maybe I can get it now. No, it’s going to make her pissed if I did that,” Mykel said to himself as he furrowed his forehead and stared blankly at nothing.

“Anyway, let’s go to the suite, I have to tell Gunnar about this,” Mykel said as he looked at the road.

Mykel and Lyneth entered the suite and he was surprised when he saw Agnez and Lillith were still chilling on the sofa. He looked at them with his eyebrows furrowed then raised his eyebrows.

“I thought you already left,” Mykel said as he walked to the kitchen while Lyneth sat on the sofa with them and watched the movie.

“I was planning to, but then I realize I might need a day break. So, I will be going tomorrow morning,” Agnez answered as she ate popcorn.

Mykel hummed as he grabbed an apple from the counter. “Where’s Gunnar, Vincze, and Sven?” Mykel asked as he looked around and couldn’t find anyone else in the living room.

“They’re asleep. They went out last night since I kicked the boys out, and when they came back, all of them were drunk,” Agnez answered. “If you’re looking for Nagy, she’s already left last night,”

“I see, then you should tell the three of them about this, Lyn. I have somewhere else to go,” Mykel said as he ate the apple.

Lyneth nodded as she played with her phone.

Mykel left the suite and summoned Zherlthsh because he wanted to have a talk with Beldathiel. The moment they got to the castle, he was surprised by its condition of the castle. It was a mess and it almost became a ruin for some reason as if someone was tearing it apart.

“What happened?” Mykel asked as he walked down the hallway.

“Sister Beldathiel was bored and decided to play with her dice. She’s always like this when she can’t sleep, so this whole place was her playground for the past two weeks,” Zherlthsh answered.

“Two weeks?” Mykel asked as he stared at Zherlthsh from the corner of his eyes.

“Yes, we both aren’t sure why, and she didn’t tell us anything,” Zherlthsh answered.

Mykel furrowed his eyebrows, and he believed it had something to do with why all the demon kings were gathered in Gehenna. The timing was too perfect between that and the sudden behavior of Beldathiel.

A lightning bolt struck right in front of them, and it startled both of them because they couldn’t even tell that something was coming. Mykel thought Zeus appeared in front of him because the lightning bolt was nothing like the others. It was the first time he saw something like that, and if it landed on him, he might be badly injured.

“Sister! Stop playing with your dice!” Vixelleth’s voice echoed throughout the castle.

Mykel looked at Beldathiel’s room wide open and then saw a dice rolling out. Beldathiel came out of her bedroom in her oversized sleeping dress to catch the dice. She was too lazy to bend down, so she used magic to pick it up. She then looked to her left and saw Mykel staring at her with his eyebrows furrowed.

“Oh, you’re here. Want to play?” Beldathiel asked as she bounced the dice on her palm.

“Sure, if it’s a big number, I will be struck by lightning, but if it’s a small number, you will be struck by lightning,” Mykel answered as he approached her.

Beldathiel smiled and let go of the dice from her hand.

They both stared at the dice and it was four, and Mykel instantly got struck by lightning. It was the same as before, he couldn’t tell when it was coming and he couldn’t dodge it. He fell to his knees and his whole body felt a painful sting and he was paralyzed for a few seconds.

Mykel activated [Duplicate] and targeted Beldathiel, but nothing appeared. He was a bit interested in how the dice worked and thought there was a secret behind it, like the system or something, but it was still a mystery.

“I win,” Beldathiel said with a huge grin on her face.

“It’s more like you never lose,” Mykel replied as he stood up and noticed his whole outfit was burned to crisp. “I also need something to cover my body it seems,” Mykel said as he looked at his naked body.

“Sister, I told you to stop playing-” Vixelleth stopped in the middle of her sentence when she saw Mykel’s naked body. She stared at him with her eyebrows raised without even blinking once.

“Like what you see?” Mykel asked as he ripped the curtain and covered his bottom half with it.

“I heard from her that you’re good at this stuff,” Vixelleth said as she approached Mykel. “I’m kind of curious since you managed to defeat her in bed,”

“Unfortunately, I’m not here for that. I came here for her,” Mykel said as he walked past Vixelleth. “Your father told you about what happened in Gehenna two weeks ago, didn’t he?” Mykel stared at Beldathiel.

“Yes, he did,” Beldathiel answered with a serious expression.


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