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Destroying My Own Novel – Chapter 250: Can’t be interfered. Bahasa Indonesia

251 Chapter 250: Can’t be interfered.

“Are you sure you’re okay?” Lyneth was still worried as she grabbed Mykel’s left wrist.

“I’m fine, I was a bit frustrated back there and after letting everything out, I’m doing a lot better now,” Mykel answered as he rubbed Lyneth’sr right cheek with a gentle smile. “I have to go, I still need to let everything out,” Mykel continued as he looked at the broken table.

“Okay, but please don’t do anything stupid because you’re the face of the Guild Association, remember?” Lyneth asked as she stared Mykel in the eye.

“I know,” Mykel said as he kissed Lyneth’s forehead, and then left.

Mykel warped to the castle and summoned both Vixelleth and Zherlthsh to his side. They both were in the Guild Association building, but then they were in the castle with puzzled looks on their faces.

“Mykel? What are you doing?” Vixelleth asked as she stood in front of Mykel.

Mykel smiled at both of them and grabbed their cheeks as he nodded his head.

“Follow me, I want the three of you to do something for me,” Mykel said as he walked past them.

Zherlthsh and Vixelleth stared at each other, and they both were surprised to see Mykel make that kind of expression.

Mykel was still thinking of the reason Mara didn’t summon him for making those three demon princesses his aide. He believed that he knew the answer, and that answer was because demons were the main enemy of the story, so having the demons by his side wouldn’t be a problem, unless they killed all the humans, and maybe Mara could summon him again like back then.

Mykel entered Beldathiel’s room, and she was asleep but immediately awoken by Mykel’s presence. She opened her eyes and saw Mykel dragging a chair next to the bed, and then he sat on it as he stared at her.

“Wow, you’re painfully bright right now,” Beldathiel said with her lazy eyes staring back at Mykel. “So? What do you want?” Beldathiel asked as she slowly pulled herself up.

“I need you to go into the Asmodeus Tower, the three of you,” Mykel answered as he stared at the three of them.

Beldathiel raised her eyebrows with her eyes fully open while Zherlthsh and Vixelleth stared at Mykel with perplexed looks on their faces.

“What? Why? You do know that if we back to the tower we won’t be able to get out again, right?” Vixelleth asked with her eyebrows raised and was still in disbelief.

“He’s sending the demon lords down to the eighteenth floor to kill Jeanne and the others. I want the three of you to help them and send them all back so Jeanne and the others can clear up to the twentieth floor,” Mykel answered.

“You want us to be their bodyguards?” Zherlthsh asked. “But you haven’t answered her question,” Zherlthsh continued.

“Yes, until they’re safe from the demon lords or at least until they kill the demon lord. I can summon all of you back here once you’re done since I’m your master,” Mykel answered as he nodded his head.

“What if it doesn’t work? What are you going to do?” Beldathiel asked.

“I can go and pick you up since I can travel anywhere and with anyone I want,” Mykel answered.

Beldathiel hummed and nodded with understanding while Zherlthsh and Vixelleth waited for her answer.

“Fine by me, but I want a reward in return for doing that,” Beldathiel replied.

“Of course, I will give you anything you want, but right now, I should bring you to the tower because right now, Jeanne and the others are carefully hiding until you arrived,” Mykel said as he stood up. “Let’s go,” Mykel said, and then warped the three of them to the front of the Asmodeus Tower.

All the Awakeners were waiting in line, but suddenly Mykel and the three of them appeared right next to them. They were startled when the four of them appeared out of nowhere, but they were immediately stunned by the three beautiful women right behind Mykel.

Beldathiel glanced at them, and they started grabbing their phones to take photos of her. When they tried to unlock their phones, all their phones suddenly died or malfunctioned.

“No photos,” Beldathiel said as she stared at them and walked toward the stairs.

Everyone watched Beldathiel in her sleeping dress like a living doll. They didn’t know who she was, but they knew about Zherlthsh and Vixelleth, and they assumed that Beldathiel was one of them.

“You should change your dress, sister,” Vixelleth said as she looked at Beldathiel.

“Too lazy,” Beldathiel answered immediately as she entered the tower.

Mykel watched the three of them enter the tower and then warped back to his office.

Lyneth was still in his office and was startled when Mykel appeared right in front of her. The janitors jumped away and hugged the glass walls when they saw him.

“You’re back already? I thought you were going to blow off some steam?” Lyneth asked.

“I already did, now I just want to relax in my office,” Mykel answered as he sat down on the sofa.

Mykel had thought about it before he planned on sending those three to the tower. He knew that he couldn’t interfere, but as long as he had the three of them, he could use them to achieve what he wanted or at least secure his plan.

Mara couldn’t interfere with it either, because it wasn’t Mykel who helped Jeanne and the others, but the demons themselves. The system wouldn’t accept her request because it would be a battle against demons rather than God and demons.

(In the Clessirea World)

“Didn’t you say something about vampires?” Nagy said as she judgingly stared at him.

“Well, how the hell did I know if there would be something like those things in this world?” Rozan replied as he pointed at the two demons in the city from up the hill.

“Shh! We don’t want to get caught because Mykel told us to stay hidden and as far away as possible from the city,” Jeanne said as she put her index finger on her lips.

Rozan covered his mouth and then stared at the demon with no eyes that looked like a shark’s head but with long spiral horns on the side. His teeth were sharp and his chin was long and sharp like a blade. The white blueish pale skin with nothing that covered his body but a piece of brown cloth that covered his waist down to his knees.

Jeanne was watching a demon with his bottom half wrapped in his long black charcoal tail floating above the city. His long black charcoal arms were three times longer than his whole body. His muscular pale gray body looked impossible to penetrate or scratch, and his prism head with four horns and ears was so intimidating to see because those ears might be able to hear from miles away.

The claws of those two demons were so sharp that they sounded like metal when they hit their claws at each other. They were looking down around the city as if they were walking in a miniature city.

“Why the hell two demon lords are here to find us?” Rozan asked Jeanne since he believed she would know the answer.

“It’s because Mykel pissed you know, him. Now he’s using the demon kings on each tower to hunt us. I’m not sure how they know we are here, but it must be because the demon king is watching this floor right now,” Jeanne answered quietly.

“You should have told us about this first before we enter the tower,” Rozan whispered. “I came here to have some fun, not to walk to my death door,” Rozan continued.

“I hate to say this, but we will be found out soon, so we should think of a plan to get ourselves away from trouble,” Nagy said as she looked at the city.

They all went quiet, and then suddenly they heard a giggle from behind them. They all got chills down their spines, and their whole bodies couldn’t move because of fear for a second. They could tell that something or someone was floating right behind them, but none of them dare to look back.

“I… found… you…” An excited demonic woman’s voice could be heard from behind them.


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