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“What did he tell you?” Mykel sat on the chair next to Beldathiel’s bed after he wore the suit that Zherlthsh gave him.

“Before I can answer your question, I should ask you why you make a deal with him?” Beldathiel asked as she stared at Mykel with her lazy eyes. “I thought you were planning on getting rid of him, but why suddenly have you changed your mind?”

Zherlthsh and Vixelleth furrowed their eyebrows and judgingly stared at Mykel from the other side of the bed.

“Who said that I changed my mind?” Mykel asked back. “This is a part of my plan,” Mykel answered as he stared at the three of them.

“Then tell us your real intention, Mykel,” Vixelleth said, and she already looked pissed.

“It’s always the same as before, bringing every single one of you together,” Mykel answered simply as he stared at Vixelleth. “The problem is, it won’t be easy to bring her to our side since you already know what she is,”

“You need to reconsider your plan then,” Beldathiel replied. “Because my father told me on the next breakout, they’re going to send everyone down to this world,”

Mykel looked at Beldathiel for a few seconds and then he started smiling and chuckling.

“He wanted them to believe that,” Mykel said as he stared blankly at the bed. “There will be no next breakout and he knows it. Even if there is, he wouldn’t dare to make the same mistake again, not after knowing she has invested so many things in this world,”

The three of them looked so confused since they had no idea what Mykel was talking about.

“You’re trying to say that the meeting between all the demon kings was just an act? To make them believe that they will take over this world?” My father isn’t a fool to fall for that,” Beldathiel said as she stared at Mykel in the eye as if she was insulted by his words.

“I didn’t say that, but at the same time, you can’t underestimate his skill of deceiving people. They all followed him because of that, and he even could convince his siblings to follow his cause that ended up dead for believing in him,” Mykel replied and stared back at Beldathiel.

“What you know about him is nothing compared to what the Gods know about him. You despise the Gods and yet you only hate them for what you believe instead of what you see and hear for yourself,” Mykel said with his arms crossed and stared at them with a serious expression.

“That applies to them as well. They hate us for what we are, our existence alone is enough to make them hate us,” Vixelleth replied.

“That’s because you both are playing with the same toy,” Mykel responded as he stood up and stared at the blue sky above him. “Mortals are your playthings, you, the Gods. You guys hate each other because you just don’t want to share it or let each other play with it peacefully,”

Beldathiel squinted her eyes as she stared at Mykel. He reminded her of Lucifer, and she couldn’t help but keep thinking that he and Lucifer were the same person.

“Are you trying to make the exact same move as him? Listening to your words, it portrays what he’s doing right now with the Gods,” Zherlthsh said with suspicion written all over her face.

“Maybe,” Mykel said as he walked toward the table and stared at it. “But I’m not going to use you or anyone as a tool as to what he’s doing right now,”

“How can we believe in your words?” Vixelleth asked and stared at Mykel from the corner of her eyes.

“Does that even matter? You already belong to me now, the three of you,” Mykel replied as he stared at them with a smirk.

The blue sky turned dark, and the sound of thunder rumblings could be heard in the distance. Vixelleth was furious, and not just her but Zherlthsh as well, and she even showed off her sharp claws.

“If you keep using violence as an answer you won’t get far and find the truth. That what makes you and the Gods are different and it’s the same reason why they despise you,” Mykel said as he casually sat down on the table.

Beldathiel got off her bed and slowly walked toward Mykel which made Vixelleth and Zherlthsh a bit confused. She then stood right in front of Mykel and stared down at him with lazy eyes of her.

“Bring me to them, the Gods that came down here back then,” Beldathiel said calmly.

Mykel smiled and nodded his head, he then summoned Loki to Earth so he could bring them to Niflheim. At first, Vixelleth and Zherlthsh didn’t want to go, but after knowing Beldathiel would be alone, they couldn’t stop worrying about her and decided to join them.

The hall was so quiet because nobody was there except them. Loki told Mykel that Hel was busy as the new head of Death Arcana and had to take care of the newly joined members.

“Hera is on the other side of the castle, I will notify her,” Loki said, but before he could teleport, he tilted his head and looked at the door. “Looks like that would be unnecessary,”

Hera entered the hall and she smiled when she saw Mykel and the demon princesses.

“This is the first time I see a demon enter a God’s world,” Hera said as she walked toward them.

“We don’t to be here as well, you don’t have to say it like that,” Vixelleth replied as she stared at Hera cynically.

Hera looked a bit surprised, but then she chuckled as she shook her head. “I’m not saying it in a bad way, it’s just something that I would never expect, but I should know that something like this would happen since this is Mykel’s plan anyway,” Hera explained as she sat down on her seat.

“I want to see every one of them, the ones that belong to Mykel,” Beldathiel said as she stared at Hera and Loki.

Hera and Loki looked at each other for and were a bit confused by Beldathiel’s request.

Mykel chuckled quietly as he walked to his throne. “It can’t be helped,” Mykel said as he sat down. “Let’s bring everyone here,” Mykel continued as he stared at Hera and Loki.

The three of them called all the Gods and summoned them to Niflheim. It only took them a minute until the hall was crowded with Gods and Goddesses. Beldathiel, Zherlthsh, and Vixelleth were shocked by the amount of Gods and Goddesses in the hall. Their presence was so overwhelming that it was sickening to see and smell.

They weren’t asking why they were summoned. Nobody was complaining, and they all just sat down on their usual benches while Dionysus entertained them and filled the empty tables with wine and fresh fruits.

“I never thought you demons would come here,” Keres said as she walked toward the table.

All the Gods and Goddesses were surprised when they heard it. Their gazes were pointed at the three of them, and they were curious about why there were demons in Niflheim. They didn’t show any hostility toward those three because they already knew about Mykel’s plan of changing the game and they already knew about their existence.

“Now that everyone is present, what are you going to do next, Beldathiel?” Mykel asked as he stared at her from his throne.

Beldathiel walked up to the throne while everyone watched her silently. She then turned around to look at all of them, and then she took out her dice.

“Let’s see who will live, me or them?” Beldathiel said as she stared at Mykel.


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