I Became the Academy’s Genius Shikigami Summoner – Chapter 41.1

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟒𝟏


As the spiritual power dispersed in all directions when the ritual was broken, Wang Wei looked at me with an expression of disbelief.

“. . . What did you do?”

“. . . . . . .”

Choi Eun-jin became agitated when Wang Wei, who seemed like he would kill me at any moment, remained silent.

“Why? Are you acting like a fool just because you failed an attack?”

“Just blabber on however you want. If you don’t know, then shut up.”


Surely, someone as skilled as Wang Wei would have noticed it immediately. That the breaking I had just used was a technique that was conceptually completely different from simply blocking an attack.

Emboldened by the atmosphere, I decided to ask a question first to shake Wang Wei even more.

“If it’s a secret technique, are you a disciple of Jang Moon?”

“How did you. . . . . . !”

It was the right answer after all. I thought it was a very familiar technique, and it was clear that it was one of Jang Moon’s members who played a significant role in Exorcism Part 2.

「𝘼𝙡𝙩𝙝𝙤𝙪𝙜𝙝 𝙄’𝙫𝙚 𝙣𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧 𝙝𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙙 𝙤𝙛 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙣𝙖𝙢𝙚 𝙒𝙖𝙣𝙜 𝙒𝙚𝙞. . . . . . .」

He’s probably someone who was active before the characters that appeared in Part 2.

“. . . I didn’t know I would meet someone from the organization in a foreign country.”

Jang Moon is a group that secretly researches their own unique techniques and trains disciples.

Considering that their name wasn’t widely known at this point, it wasn’t unreasonable for Wang Wei to be flustered.

Although it wasn’t a desperate situation, it was a situation where the unique technique of an organization had been completely destroyed regardless.

Wang Wei couldn’t move rashly and could only watch, gathering his spiritual power.

“Ha, such a frustrating brat. I’ll do it alone, so if you’re scared, back off!”

Finally, as Choi Eun-jin, who couldn’t stand the situation any longer, was about to step forward, Wang Wei, who had been waiting for the right moment, launched a surprise second attack.


“The 4th drink of the golden age! Heavenly Blossom!”

Golden threads burst out of the thrown talisman and began to form a pattern like a flower.

Just like before, the speed of the attack was incredible. As expected of Jang Moon’s unique technique that prioritized practicality, its speed was so fast that it was almost impossible for someone seeing it for the first time to respond.

However, I had accurately predicted that this type of attack would come.

Well, Jang Moon’s unique technique was once one of the essential metas that was almost mandatory in PVP.


Taking a step forward against the oncoming spell, I slipped a talisman between my index and middle fingers and stabbed it into the center of the spell.

“Barrier-Eating Void.”



Right before the spell was completed, at that perfect moment.

From my perspective, it was just a repetition of something I had done countless times, but to Wang Wei, it must have seemed like an unbelievable feat.

As expected, Wang Wei, whose surprise attack had been thwarted, was completely shocked and unable to continue his actions.

To such a Wang Wei, I finally gave him the finishing blow this time.

“It seems like you’ve mastered up to the sixth ritual, so will the next one be the fifth? Or are you planning to counter with the third?”

“You bastard. Just who the hell are you. . . . . . .”

Honestly, it wasn’t a completely favorable situation for me either. Considering the types of unique techniques they could currently use, I couldn’t block the opponent’s fifth and sixth rituals with breaking.

However, if I could pressure the opponent this much through what people commonly call 「𝙛𝙡𝙖𝙨𝙝𝙮 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙮𝙨」, then that alone would make the opponent have all sorts of wild imaginations.

Perhaps to the current Wang Wei, I must seem like an extremely formidable opponent, right?

Wondering if my thoughts were wrong, Wang Wei soon gathered all of his spiritual power and took a step back, saying,

“. . . I give up. I’ll stop here.”

“What? This crazy bastard! Are you crazy? Do you think this is some cheap fight?”

“Huh. I just stepped in briefly to gain some experience. There’s no reason to risk my life foolishly.”

Just like that, Wang Wei turned around and left the battlefield without giving me a chance to say anything.

“That, that crazy bastard. . . . . . .”

All that was left was Choi Eun-jin. She wasn’t an easy opponent either, but to be honest, she was at a level that I could sufficiently subdue compared to Wang Wei.

“Damn it, shit!”

“Water Stream.”



Choi Eun-jin, who had decided to fight, launched an attack, but her timing was too obvious because she was already mentally unstable.

That’s why she couldn’t break through Seo Ji-an’s spell that had been prepared in advance.

“What the hell is this! A nature-type spell in an actual battle?”

Seo Ji-an didn’t stop there, drawing more water from the ground and instantly wrapping it around her opponent.


In a situation where her head was already complicated and her opponent was using an unfamiliar nature-type spell, Choi Eun-jin, flustered by this, couldn’t even put up a proper fight and was incapacitated.



Seo Ji-an, who had been extremely tense, finally relaxed her body and let out a sigh, and I began to approach Choi Eun-jin to cast a binding spell.

Right then. Lee Jung-il’s voice, sounding quite distressed, came from the radio.

『M-Miss. You need to run away right now. . . . . . .』

“. . . Are you okay? What’s wrong?”

『Ugh. T-There’s one monster that I can’t handle coming your way. You must not fight it! For now, leave the little miss and run away. . . . . . .』



As if the radio had broken down at a bad time, I couldn’t hear what he said after that.

However, even without an explanation, the situation itself wasn’t difficult to grasp.

Someone who was emitting an incredibly ominous spiritual power was approaching right before our eyes.

“. . . . . . .”

Seo Ji-an and I couldn’t open our mouths, our bodies completely stiff.

I had faced various strong opponents in this world so far, but the aura I was feeling now was on a completely different level.

No joke, it felt like a sense of crisis that I might really die was lingering in every corner of my body.



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