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Chapter 192: Burning Agony

Volantis smashed his sts together, letting out a metallic cry of condence. “A

new form, is it!? Like a spirit of re! Or a war demon! Good! Show me your

strength, your warrior’s will, O Armored!”

Aldrich got into his ghting stance, and as he did so, he felt burning, searing

pain across every single inch of his body. After all, right now, he was literally on

re. His blood had ignited, bursting through his bulging veins in scorching red

ames that covered him in a raging aura of heat.

Patches of his skin were starting to melt o, revealing raw muscle beneath

that, and soon, even that would melt down until there was nothing but bone.

This was [Burning Agony]. The spell Aldrich used to bu his esh undead into

raging, burning ghters as erce as any war demon. The way the spell worked

was that it provided a strong base level boost of 50 to all stats or a stat

multiplier depending on which was greater.

For Aldrich, the stat multiplier yielded far better results, granting him nearly

double all of his physical stats. The amount of power he felt brimming within

him, coursing through his veins in burning intensity, was staggering. In this

state, he could probably even beat down Valera and Okeanos in close combat.

Though, the biggest issue was stamina. This only lasted as long as Aldrich’s

Materius did, and that was probably not much longer than thirty seconds. The

eects of the spell also decayed over time as the esh burned away.

On top of that, the spell dealt damage to Aldrich. His Materius might have just

been a construct of esh, but the burning ames from the ignited blood still

scorched his true body of bone, and bone was weak to ame.

Aldrich calculated that [Burning Agony], if toggled for as long as possible,

would cut down between 30-40% of his maximum health.

Thus, using this spell was a declaration to end a ght quickly.

And Aldrich made true on that declaration. His center of gravity slightly

lowered, his knees bending as he got into a position to charge.

Volantis clenched his sts and pued his chest out, ready to take any hit head

on. Without guarding, as he had promised.

When Aldrich charged, he disappeared. The only thing left behind where he was

were a pair of molten footprints.

“Wh-,” Volantis managed in surprise before an immensely powerful punch,

orders of magnitudes beyond any that Aldrich had thrown before, crashed into

his stomach like a aming meteor.

Aldrich grit his teeth as he put all his strength into that punch, aiming not to

hit Volantis, but to hit THROUGH him. The blood vessels around his arms

popped in ery bursts, wreathing his arm in a swirling gauntlet of intensely hot


Cracks shattered out from where Aldrich hit Volantis. The metal around

Volantis’s entire torso started to superheat up, turning from obsidian black to

bright hot red.

Then, all of Volantis’s sizable bulk was sent ying far backwards like a pinball.

“Look at him! I knew my Usurper would not fail to entertain!” said the Death

Lord proudly. She leaned forward against her seat, her forked tongue itting

out in excitement.

“See, youngling?” said Valera, equally proud. “Our master always has a way to


“…” Okeanos watched and nodded in awe. “But the master is taking damage. He

cannot do this for long.”

“That does not mean anything if Volantis does not guard,” said Medula. She

watched the ght hunched forward, her elbows rested on her legs and her chin

resting on her interlocked hands. “Taking damage is not all that goes into

weathering a strike. The time it takes to reel and recover is also crucial. Without

guarding, Volantis leaves himself to get struck over and over again.

Were he to simply guard or even try to retreat, he could easily nd a path to


What he is doing now is simply idiotic and irrational – I simply cannot grasp


“D-don’t call Vol that!” said Wai’ki. She lightly punched Medula on the

shoulder. “Taking all those hits like that – he’s kind of cool, don’t you think?”

“Mmm. He seems more akin to a training dummy to me.” Medula shrugged.

“You simply do not understand a warrior’s honor,” said Valera. “But that is to

be expected for someone that never steps out of their study.”

“I do not indulge myself in shouting and beating matches, yes,” said Medula.

“But I suppose activities like that would suit a woman like you.”

Valera and Medula both glared at each other, leaving Wai’ki nervously glancing

between them, her mouth open as she wondered what to say to calm the two


“Quiet down, ladies,” said the Death Lord. Her eyes were still glued to the ght.

“The nal exchange is near, and I want to enjoy it in silence.”

Aldrich exhaled, and blood from his melted throat spilled out in tongues of re.

He briey looked down at his st. It was utterly mangled. The esh around the

arm was completely gone now, leaving just raw muscle. The muscles around his

hand were ripped apart, baring black bone beneath.

‘It’s not just burning from the spell that limits its duration,’ thought Aldrich.

‘It’s the power from my hits too. Because they’re getting thrown out beyond my

normal limits, they break apart my Materius.’

All the more reason to end this as soon as possible.

Aldrich charged again, disappearing with his speed once more. He reached

Volantis literally in mid air and slammed him back down into the ground with

an axe kick.

In an explosion of ame, Volantis plummeted down, smashing into the dirt and

carving out a sizable crater.

Aldrich dropped down in front of Volantis and prepped another hit. He realized

he could not really chain his hits into smooth, uid combinations like before.

The way his body rapidly deteriorated plus his lack of experience with this level

of stat boost meant he did not have the high level coordination necessary.

Still, that did not mean Aldrich’s individual blows did not have devastating

power behind them.

Volantis got up to a knee. His whole body was red hot from exposure to

Aldrich’s ames. His eye dot was narrowed in pain.

Aldrich sped forward again, preparing another punch.

Volantis reacted this time, showcasing his incredible capability to read

Aldrich’s movements. It was quite likely that subconsciously, Volantis was

tapping into his demonic Truesight even if he consciously wanted to only use

his orcish powers.

Volantis tried to grab Aldrich’s arm again, but even if Volantis could react, he

was just too slow.

Aldrich just weaved under Volantis’s grab attempt. He got a hold of Volantis’s

arm, turned around, and then threw the Living Armor over his shoulder. He did

not throw Volantis into the ground, but instead straight away, into the

towering walls of the Arena ghting pit.

Wreathed in a ball of ignited blood from Aldrich, Volantis shot out like a

shooting star and smashed into the grey stone walls with ear rupturing impact.

The durable stone wall cracked under the force of the attack, embedding

Volantis slightly within it.

It was a testament to how durable the wall was that Volantis did not just

straight up smash through it.

In an instant, Aldrich was upon Volantis again. An issue with this form was

because the power was so explosive, it was hard to pin a target down for

multiple attacks. Each of his blows sent Volantis ying, making Aldrich waste

time traveling between attacks.

But now, with Volantis pinned against the Arena wall like this, that problem

had been erased.

Aldrich could go all out with no issues.


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