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“So, basically all of this happen just because of the Empyreanian? The demons don’t even care about us? But if that’s why they’re doing this, then why we took the consequences as well?” Rozan asked in disbelief.

“Because of me,” Jeanne answered as she looked at Rozan. “I’m half Empyreanian, and that’s why the demons invade Earth,” Jeanne said and she felt guilty for it.

“Okay, that makes sense, but what about the other worlds? Like Leowa, Orinca, and Helmga? Why he went to that extent to invade those worlds?” Rozan sounded so confused and a bit pissed.

“The answer is right in front of you,” Mykel said as he stood up and walked towards the stained glass wall. “How did Jeanne end up on Earth? It was because those who possessed the souls of his siblings could move from one world to another,” Mykel answered.

“Rather than track those souls, he and the Demon Kings decided to invade all the worlds so there would be no place to run for those souls,” Mykel explained as he stared at the colorful lights that the stained glass reflected. “And there’s another thing that he didn’t know,” Mykel turned to look at every one.

Mykel pointed at the Soul Catcher Sword on Jeanne’s waist.

“That sword, what makes it so powerful than the rest of the swords that your ancestor passed down, Hilde?” Mykel asked.

“Because of the souls that are trapped inside?” Brynhilde answered but was uncertain with the answer.

“Yes, but why does that sword exists in the first place, and why it was given to Jeanne’s ancestors if they knew how powerful that sword is?” Mykel asked again as he walked back to the table and stood right behind Jeanne.

Brynhilde didn’t know the answer, so she shook her head.

“Because it was created and given to Jeanne’s ancestors so they could do an important mission. The Empyreanian were all the same with their white hair and golden eyes, but what if they could produce an Empyreanian with different hair and eye color?” Mykel looked at Brynhilde.

“So that he couldn’t detect them because he only knows that the Empyreanian only has white hair and gold eyes,” Beldathiel answered as she looked at Mykel with a surprised look on her face.

Mykel nodded as he looked at Jeanne.

“That’s right. Jeanne’s ancestors were not abandoned, they were sent on a mission, to find the rest of the Empyreanian that hid in different worlds. Their mission was to kill those Empyreanian and trapped their souls inside the sword,” Mykel explained. “They had anticipated this a long time ago. So, even if he managed to kill all the Empyreanian, his creation would be incomplete because some of the souls are trapped inside the sword,” Mykel continued.

“That’s why the sword is so powerful. That’s also why Jeanne’s ancestors killed themselves once they came back here since they were possessed by the souls of the Celestials. Does that mean they finished their mission?” Brynhilde said.

“No, but they managed to gather a lot of them before he took the rest,” Mykel answered.

“Since the sword has always been belonged to Jeanne’s ancestors, it’s Jeanne’s job to protect that sword because they chose her. As long as the sword isn’t discovered by him, everything will be fine. But, if he finds out about this sword, he can break it and take all the remaining souls,” Mykel walked back to his seat.

Everyone was trying to process all the information that they just received.

“Fuck, my head hurts from thinking,” Glasya said as she pulled her hair back.

Everyone nodded their heads in agreement.

“All that matter is you all know the truth about this. So, your priority is to keep these people safe and alive for as long as you can,” Mykel said as he leaned on the chair with his arms resting on the armrests.

“What about Luciel? We are definitely not going to be to defeat her even if it’s the only thing we must do, but not only do we have to protect these people, but we also have to prevent her from killing them. How are we going to achieve that?” Sven asked.

“You still have a week. Train together, and share what you learn during your training. Work together and make plans. A week is a lot of time, make every second count,” Mykel said as he stood up. “Now that I gave everything that you need to know, it’s time for me to leave,” Mykel continued.

“Wait! You’re not staying here with us?” Agnez asked and looked confused.

“No, I made a deal with him to let the breakout happen. This is our only chance to stop him,” Mykel shook his head, and everyone was shocked by his answer. “I know it sounds confusing, and even if I explain it to you, you won’t understand. All you have to do is to trust me,” Mykel continued.

“I will come when the time is right,” Mykel said.

Agnez and the others nodded their heads with understanding. Lexus and the rest of his team, on the other hand, they were a bit nervous knowing that Mykel wouldn’t be there for them.

“I’ll see you guys later,” Mykel smiled and then warped away.

Mykel warped to Niflheim, and the world was the same as usual. He entered the hall to check if anyone was in there, but it was empty, and so he decided to go to the back of the castle.

“Come down here,” Mykel said quietly as he put a cigarette in his mouth.

Nidhoggr descended from the roots of the Yggdrasil Tree immediately. He then rested his head right in front of Mykel and stayed put like an obedient dog.

“You want to go on a ride?” Mykel asked as he patted Nidhoggr’s mouth and smoked his cigarette.

Nidhoggr growled quietly, but it was still enough to make the whole ground shake. Mykel smirked as he looked at the sky.

“Let’s play catch,” Mykel said as he activated [False Daemon] and then flew away.

Six days had passed, and Mykel was chilling on top of Nidhoggr’s head while checking Loki’s [Character] story. Mykel was surprised that Loki could get impregnated so easily, and not to mention by just swallowing his eyes. Unlike how humans bear children, Gods didn’t take that long, and it depended on when the babies were ready to be born.

“I wonder what are you going to produce with those, Loki,” Mykel said as he walked to the edge of Nidhoggr’s head.

Mykel jumped down and landed right next to Nidhoggr, and then he activated [Beast Taming] on Nidhoggr. It had been three months since he tried to deepen his bone with Nidhoggr.

[[Nidhoggr] is responding to [Beast Taming] skill and showing no sign of refusing]

[[NIdhoggr] has accepted you as his [Master]]

[You are now able to summon [Nidhoggr] by using [Beast Summoning]]

“One is down, it’s time to use Obedient on Jormungandr next,” Mykel said as he looked at the [Ring of Overlord].

(In the Empyrean World)

“The time is here, Luciel. Don’t disappoint me, but I know you can do this since this time he won’t be there to stop you,” Lucifer said.

“Yes, father. The army is ready as well,” Luciel nodded her head in her full plate armor, and her sword ready in her hand. “I’ll take the world down immediately,” Luciel said, and then tore the air and opened a portal.


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