The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 83

𝐀𝐥𝐰𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐌𝐞𝐝𝐝𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠!

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟖𝟑: 𝐀𝐥𝐰𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐌𝐞𝐝𝐝𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠!

Yet, our opponent is not so gentle as to let us win without taking damage.

Meisha’s long-range healing flies towards our friends who are accumulating damage, and Miliaria assists those who seem to be surrounded.

After about half an hour of fighting, we managed to annihilate the golems, but we also sustained considerable damage.

“Please gather around. I will heal everyone at once.”

If Meisha’s healing magic wasn’t priest-class, full recovery would have been impossible.

Considering the damage we sustained after annihilating sixteen golems armed to the strength of ogres, we did pretty well.

“What are these golems doing here?”

“They must be soldiers guarding this facility. I wonder what’s inside this crumbling ruin.”

In response to Miliaria’s question, I shrug my shoulders.

Out of the corner of my eye, I catch sight of Asuka and Meg collecting the swords and shields carried by the golems.

Of course, it’s for selling later.

The payment for the job comes from Demon King Ingral, but that’s a different story.

As adventurers, it’s questionable to leave behind something that’s undoubtedly valuable and return empty-handed.

“I felt this in the forest ruins too, but it’s a bit poignant.”

Magical dolls that continue to operate for hundreds, even thousands of years after their masters are gone.

I wonder why they keep moving.

Without saying a word, I lightly tapped Miliaria’s shoulder.

Having ended our short break, we finally maneuvered around to the opposite side of the ruins.

To confront the dragon.

“. . .A dragon?”

I found myself tilting my head in confusion.

Having seen it.

Sure, it resembled a dragon in shape. Its size could also be said to be roughly the same without any issue.

But no matter how you looked at it, this thing wasn’t alive, was it? 

Could this be a magical puppet shaped like a dragon?

“That means. . .this was what was flying in the sky, chasing after the reactorship. . .”

A giant black body, and similarly giant black wings.

It’s a bit hard to believe something like this could actually fly.

Really, the ancient magical civilization was beyond comprehension.

“In other words, just like the golems appeared to take us out when we entered the premises, the reactorship was pursued because it entered a similar territory.”

Miliaria suggested.

That’s probably the correct assumption.

The airspace of the premises? No, should we call it a territory? Anyway, when the reactorship entered there, this dragon golem took flight.

And this thing’s jurisdiction was only the sky.

Even as we approached, it didn’t show any signs of moving, and it completely ignored us even when the ruins shook from a Flare Tic Explosion.

“It’s not scary if it doesn’t move!”

Saying so, she approached the jet-black dragon golem and abruptly thrust Oracion into it.

Tei, and to.

I didn’t even have time to stop her.

“Nyahahaha! Now I’m a dragonslayer too!”

And she was laughing like that.

Why do you only do such thoughtless things?! You!

That moment.

The dragon’s eyes lit up in red.

Along with a sound indicating its activation.

See! Told you so!

“Uh-oh, did it move?!”

In a panic, Asuka jumped back.

“If it’s attacked, it’ll retaliate for sure.”

Salieri provided that explanation nonchalantly.

That’s correct. Even if it was a golem designed for aerial combat.

No one would order it to just sit there and take hits.

“If you knew, I wish you’d stopped Asuka!”

“Asuka’s too quick for me to stop her.”

Yes, indeed!

I totally get it!

Isn’t it crazy to move faster than can be stopped, not knowing what she’ll do next?

Isn’t that dangerous, with blades and all? That’s a different level of danger.

“Damn! We can’t avoid a fight. Everyone, Formation A!”

Asuka, Salieri and I are in the vanguard, with Miliaria and Meisha in the rear guard. Meg takes the guerrilla position, which is the most standard configuration for [Hope].

We don’t know the opponent’s abilities or thought process.

So we can’t plot any unexpected strategies.

The dragon golem advanced, flapping its wings.

It was probably more than five times my size. Its weight must be over ten times as much.

“Icicle Lance! Three-Way!”

The first to strike was Miliaria’s magic.

The rapidly flying ice sphere pierced into the dragon’s massive body.

There wasn’t a single roar because the opponent was a magical puppet, but we couldn’t even tell if it was effective or not.

This is a difficult opponent to fight.

“Here we go! Sali!”


Asuka and Salieri, who had closed in from left and right, delivered slashes, but they couldn’t aim for the chest or head.

That’s because the opponent’s body was too large.

This is troublesome.

In most cases, the size of the body is directly proportional to the power. To give a simple analogy, no matter how skilled a swordsman is, if he’s hit by a runaway two-horse carriage, he’ll die.

It’s just like that.

While there are examples of a small soldier defeating a giant, they’re very rare, and that’s why they are praised.

So, what to do?

It’s difficult to deliver effective hits while the dragon golem is standing. That means we have to make it go down on all fours. . .

“Neldan-san! It’s about to breathe fire!”

Meg’s sharp warning rang out.

Damn it. I got too absorbed in my thoughts.

In the middle of a battle.

By the time I noticed, the tongue of flame was almost upon me.

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