The Magic of “Analysis” Sees Through Everything – Chapter 181

𝐆𝐚𝐥𝐞 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐂𝐲𝐩𝐡𝐨𝐬

“A ship carrying an incredible number of soldiers is coming this way! And it’s both the demons and the Kingdom of Arrogas!”

The man, with bloodshot eyes, rushed to Kiel.

“Why? Why are the soldiers on this island?”

“I don’t know! The village chief has been killed and Errant is nowhere to be seen! Kiel, you’re the only one who can pull the village together now!”

The man shouted and took Kiel’s arm, pulling her along somewhat forcefully.

As she was being pulled along, Kiel looked back at Iris.

“Um, sorry. . . it seems like the island is in a bit of a mess. . . I’ll definitely make it up to you, so could you wait a little?”

“Master, let’s go too!”

Luke started running after Kiel.

“Eh~, it’s a hassle.”

“Stop complaining and hurry up!”

“H, Hey, wait! I’m coming too!”

Iris, Alma, Gaston, and Tyra followed.

Cyphos, who had started walking to follow them, looked back.

“Aren’t you coming?”

There stood Gale, alone.

“. . .What can I do if I go? With them there, they can handle an army.”

Gale muttered in frustration.

The desire in Gale’s heart to catch up with Luke had disappeared upon witnessing Iris’s strength, and he was even beginning to lose sight of his goal to become stronger.

If there is a realm that humans cannot reach no matter how much they practice, then effort is meaningless. . .

Suddenly, sparks flew in front of Gale.

Cyphos had struck his nose with the sheath.

“Ouch! What are you doing!”

“I told you, I’ll hit you without mercy when you’re off guard.”

Cyphos replied nonchalantly, carrying the sheath on his shoulder.

“Even a child could beat you right now, you’re full of openings.”

“Leave me alone.”

Gale turned his face away.

“Did your heart break after seeing overwhelming strength?”

“. . .”

Gale didn’t answer.

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“Whoa!”

Suddenly, Gale shrugged his shoulders.

A sword passed just above his lowered head, and a few strands of hair danced in the air.

“Ho, it seems you’re not completely helpless yet.”

“Ah, that’s dangerous! That’s a drawn sword, isn’t it!”

“No, you’ve always said that if you can’t get stronger, it’s better to die! I thought this was the time.”

Cyphos answered in a feigned manner to the flustered Gale.

“. . .Shut up.”

Gale spat out while blushing with shame.

“Well, I can understand how you feel. That’s a genuine monster. There’s no human in this world who can beat it.”

“. . .Are you okay with that? You’ve been revered as a Sword Saint. Can you accept someone stronger than you?”

“Well, who knows.”

Cyphos evaded the question and looked at Gale.

“What do you want? What do you want to do?”

“. . .That is. . .”

“Why did you come to this island? You should reconsider that reason.”

“. . .”

Gale didn’t answer.

Because he hadn’t found an answer to that question yet.

“. . .Why are you going? What will happen if you go?”

“It’s decided.”

Cyphos grinned.

“It’s interesting, that’s why. A demon that left its name in history has appeared before my eyes. It would be a waste not to see what it will do with my own eyes.”

With that, Cyphos turned around and started walking.

“. . .Damn it.”

Gale, who had been watching, followed him with a click of his tongue.

“What, you’re coming too?”

“I can’t be discouraged after being provoked so much.”

Gale lined up next to Cyphos with a grimace on his face.

“Besides, if the people of the Arrogas Kingdom have attacked this island, I have to go out.”

“Hahaha, even if you’re rotten, you’re still a prince. No, you’re not that rotten yet.”

“Say whatever you want. But I have a question.”

Gale said that and stared at the laughing Cyphos.

“You called that demon a demon earlier. Is that true?”

“Well, did I say that? I forget what I said just now when I get old.”

Cyphos shrugged his shoulders as if to dodge Gale’s question.

“Don’t play dumb. It’s not an ordinary demon that makes you, the Sword Saint, step back. It must be a demon king or something more than that. The only thing that comes to mind is a demon. Luke, where did you meet such a demon. . .”

Gale stopped talking halfway.

There was a legend that there was a forbidden area in the Arrogas Kingdom that was not on the map, and a demon that threatened mankind was sealed there. . .

Even Gale, a member of the royal family, was only told it was a legend.

But considering Luke’s unreal strength, it makes sense that it was brought about by a demon. . .

“. . .But. . .no way. . .no, that can’t be. . .”

Gale shook his head and quickened his pace.

Now is not the time to think about such things.

First, he had to confirm the demon and the Arrogas Kingdom that had attacked this island.

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