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System vs Rebirth – Chapter 331: Plan Bahasa Indonesia

Anna learned a lot about how they were thinking. No wonder people from the Demon Banner Army were highly valued. They didn’t only learn about fighting techniques but also politics, economy, and other skills valued by a noble.

Of course, everything was their choice. They could focus solely on fighting or learn only political skills, not others.

This was why the stronger the team was, the more capable they were in all kinds of things.

It turned out the secret of their success was the system created by the previous commander. It allowed the knights to be able to learn anything they wanted. Just by using their Contribution Points, they could get books and tutors to improve their skills further.

She asked many things about their current skills during lunch. After all, commoners didn’t have easy access to knowledge, unlike nobles.

Though, Noel kept listening to them, wondering if it could work in his territory. Giving access to the commoners to education was a good idea, yet hard to implement.

After all, commoners would have a hard time to even attending the education class due to them working on their farms all day long.

In the end, he put this thought at the back of his mind and started working on how to deal with the monsters.

“So, what are we going to do right now?” Noel asked, wondering how the Zero Squad usually dealt with this situation.

“Mhm? What do you think?” Stella asked back, wanting to test Noel.

“Well, that’s what I’d like to know. I mean, how do you usually handle this situation?” Noel asked.

“Our usual strategy is simple.” Paul pointed at the wall. “We use them as a bait. In other words, just lay low for the time being until the demons strike again before finding their bosses and killing them. After that, we hunt the remaining demons.

“Or we can change our tactic a bit by gathering the information about the demons and locating them. This way, we can hunt them in their own home, which is more dangerous because we don’t have numbers, and no one knows how many demons reside in their place. There might even be a stronger demon that we don’t know about.

“Basically, unless you trust your informant, you don’t use this tactic,” Paul explained. “If it’s you, how do you think we should do it?”

“Mhm…” Noel thought for a moment. “Before that, even if we use the first plan, what if there are more demons in their place, and they haven’t attacked yet because they want to see how we react?”

“That’s where we call help from other squads. Though, we have to call any squads near our position to handle the problem as soon as possible.”

Noel thought for a moment and said, “What if we let the city fend off the demons for the time being and we head to their nest to check the enemy’s situation?”

“As I said, we don’t know the condition of their nest.”

“Ah, I forgot the fact that we’ve been specialized as such. In the academy, you have to do everything by yourself, so I thought you were trying to investigate the place by yourself… Well, I understand that we might have to let the Demon Observer Squad handle the investigation.” Noel chuckled, waving his hand and pulling out his suggestion.

“Yeah. Unfortunately for you, we are working on our specialty. It’s good to have the motivation to do everything by yourself, but can you do it better than them? All we can do is observe the place from the outside and maintain some surveillance before notifying the Demon Observer Squad.” Paul nodded.

Paul and the others obviously had some experience in investigations, but their skills couldn’t be compared to the knights from the Demon Observer Squads. So, it was better to let the experts handle it.

“I see. If that’s the case…” Noel looked down, falling into deep thought. “Do you think it’s possible for us to bait them?”

“What do you mean?” Stella got interested as well in this new idea.

“Bait them? Can you explain it further, Noel? You don’t have to care about experience or anything. We can accept new ideas as long as it’s feasible in our mind.” Paul asked with a serious expression. As a leader, he never suppressed his people. Instead, he encouraged them to give more to the teams, allowing them to develop themselves in this group.

So, Noel began explaining his thoughts. “The wall is tall and wide, so it’s perfect for covering our movement. And because there is no ditch, the demons will be trying to climb the walls.

“Hence, I suggest we try to bait them to follow us from two opposite sides. We’ll be moving toward the same location, allowing the demons to crash into each other. This way, we’ll be able to attack the defenseless demons and kill many of them at once.”

“Letting them crash into each other, huh… That’s true. Most of them will be Low Level and Mid Level Demons whose intelligence aren’t that good yet. They can be baited like this.” Paul nodded with a serious expression, understanding the concept behind the plan.

“Wait, Noel. Isn’t this what we’ve done before?” Anna was surprised that Noel planned to do the same thing as back then. The number of demons that would be chasing after them wasn’t as low as back then, so escaping from them would be an arduous task.

Paul glanced at Anna for a moment before giving him two problems. “First of all, there is a chance that the Advanced Level Demons or even the Peak Level Demons will stop them before they crash. Secondly, we need people to escape from that crash, so someone with high speed like Zion.”

These two problems could easily be seen through by anyone in the group. But there was a smirk on Noel’s face as if he had predicted it and even prepared the answers.

“Hehe, this is my idea.” With a smirk on his face, Noel asked them to get closer as he whispered about his plan.


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