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“You’re back,” Beldathiel said as he looked at Mykel, but then she noticed there was another Goddess that came with him other than Hel.

“Looks like you managed to bring him down, and everyone was surprised when they saw the notification,” Hera said as she looked at Loki and Mykel. “But more importantly, it seems that you also manage to bring someone else to our side,” Hera continued as she stared at Freyja who stood next to Hel.

Mykel looked at Freyja and nodded his head. “Yes, I also got something else from there. A gift for me. Thor said this sword had been buried inside the treasury for thousands of years,” Mykel said as he looked at the sword sheathed in his left hand.

A gold sword handle wrapped in red cloth and sealed with a golden chain. The Dainsleif sword was a sword made by the dwarves. The sword was cursed, once drawn, it must kill a man before it could be returned to the sheath. A strike from that cursed sword would never fail to kill or cause a serious wound that would never heal.

Freyja looked at the massive hall, but all the Constellations had left since they had no other business to do. The only ones that were left in the hall were Hera, Athena, Ares, Keres, Aphrodite, Hedone, Artemis, Apollo, and Dionysus.

“So this is where all of you have been gathering,” Freyja said as she looked around the hall and the mess that the Constellation made on the tables, benches, and floor.

“Shocking, isn’t it? You have been living above there and didn’t realize thousands of Gods entered the Yggdrasil tree for quite a while now,” Hera replied with a smile on her face. “Why don’t you sit down, and have some wine? I will tell you everything that you need to know,”

Freyja sat down, and Dionysus immediately poured a cup of wine for Freyja.

Two days had passed since Mykel walked the Bifrost to Asgard, and it was time to go back, but before that, he wanted to check on Ra’s condition.

“I will be back,” Mykel said as he looked at Beldatheil, and then used [Warp Space] to teleport to the Temple of the Sun.

Freyja and the others were surprised when Mykel could warp the space around him like how she did. She was so confused about how did he have that skill or how did he learn that.

Mykel looked at the temple and it was already in ruins with flames surrounding the temple. It looked so bad, and so many Gods were laying on the ground unconscious.

Mykel walked into the temple while the Gods and Goddesses were glaring at him with despise. They loathed him for not coming to help them, but they couldn’t do anything because they had lost everything.

“Looks like she spared your life, and it looks like you don’t need my help,” Mykel said as he looked at Ra with wounds all over his body.

Before Ra could say a word, Mykel showed Ra’s staff that he had taken from Lyneth’s apartment before he came. “I believe this is yours,” Mykel said as he stabbed the ground with the staff. “Now, the real question is, what are we going to do with this?” Mykel continued as he removed his hand from the staff.

Ra stood up and slowly walked down the stairs toward the staff that stood tall on its own. He hesitated to grab it because Mykel could easily snatch it away from him again.

Knowing there would be no safe place anymore for Ra and his Gods and creations, he couldn’t stay neutral anymore. Joining Nyx and Lucifer’s side would only be the worst-case scenario because Mykel would take away the staff again from him.

Ra without his staff would be a knight without arms, and he didn’t want him to be useless. He then took a deep breath and exhaled deeply as he stared at his staff in front of him. He slowly put his left foot back and bent both his knees.

“We will join your side,” Ra said heavy-heartedly as he lowered his head at Mykel in front of the staff.

“Smart move, then I give you back your staff,” Mykel said.

Ra slowly stood up as he grabbed the staff and pulled it out.

“Now it’s time for you to meet with the others,” Mykel said as he warped both of them to Niflheim.

Ra was surprised when he was suddenly teleported without his consent. He looked at Mykel and thought it would be a bad idea to stay close to him. He then looked around and saw Hera and the others looking at him with mild shock because of all the wounds on his body.

Ra walked toward the rest and then noticed that Loki was there among the rest. He stared Loki in the eye while Loki on the other hand was chuckling mischievously at him with his fingers covering his mouth.

“They will tell you what’s going on, and also…” Mykel paused as he sent ten million Arcana Coins to Ra. “Use that to heal yourself up,” Mykel continued as he walked toward Beldathiel.

“Let’s go back, we have been away for too long,” Mykel said.

Beldathiel, Vixelleth, and Zherlthsh stood up and instantly warped back to their castle.

The moment they realized they were back, they all looked up into the sky and something felt different. It wasn’t just them who felt it, Mykel also felt something was different about the sky.

Mykel watched the feed of Gunnar and the others. He saw Gunnar, Vincze, and Sven in the endless hallway on their way out from the Astaroth Tower. He was surprised when he saw their condition, and so he warped right in front of the Astaroth Tower.

Everyone who was waiting outside the tower to enter the tower was surprised when they saw Mykel suddenly appear in front of them. He didn’t bother with what those people were talking about and kept staring at the door in front of him.

Asmond was the first to come out of the tower, and he was frozen still when he saw Mykel stare at him with Dainsleif in his left hand.

“Mykel?” Asmond asked nervously. He turned his head back, and then looked at Mykel. “There was a bit of a problem,” Asmond said.

“Boss?” Gunnar’s voice echoed from the hallway.

Mykel could see Gunnar walking out the door, and everyone who was waiting in line outside the tower was shocked when they saw Gunnar’s condition. His whole right arm was gone, his right knee and below were gone, and his body was covered in bandages.

Not only him, but Vincze and Sven were also in the same condition. They both lost an arm, and a leg, but they both were still able to move on their own even though they were in that condition because of their high resistance.

Mykel watched the three of them walk down the stairs, or to be precise, hopped down the stairs. He looked up and saw that Asmond and his team were fine compared to what happened to the three of them. Of course, there were casualties, and Asmond’s team carried the dead bodies that died there.

“What happened in there?” Mykel asked.

“A snake guarded the room,” Gunnar answered.

“A snake? You mean the room where Asmond used the Astaroth Key?” Mykel asked with his eyebrows furrowed.

“Yes, when we entered the door this morning, all the demons were already dead. We thought someone or something might have cleared the room, but then out of nowhere, a snake, as big as the pillar of the room came down and butchered everyone,” Sven answered as he groaned.

“A green snake?” Mykel asked.

“Yes, a big green snake, and it could fly away,” Vincze answered. “It was impossible to kill, and we were cornered by that snake. We tried to kill it, even Asmond tried to kill it with his sword, but it was impenetrable, not even a scratch on its scale,” Vincze explained as he tried to remember.

“Of course it’s impossible to kill, you guys are too early to fight that thing,” Mykel answered as he looked at the door.

“What’s that thing, boss?” Gunnar asked.

“That’s the snake that belongs to Demon King Astaroth himself,” Mykel answered as he looked at the three of them. “That snake wasn’t supposed to be there,” Mykel squinted his eyes and then looked up into the sky.


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