The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 93

𝐁𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞 𝐆𝐨𝐝 𝐀𝐬𝐜𝐞𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧 (𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭 𝟐)

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟗𝟑: 𝐁𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞 𝐆𝐨𝐝 𝐀𝐬𝐜𝐞𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧 (𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭 𝟐)

There were sixteen participants. I think it’s impressive that so many gathered at such short notice.

The news might not have even reached the peripheral satellite cities where people live in Marish.

Nonetheless, the temple’s vast dance stage was packed with a multitude of spectators.

These people, it seems, are referred to as worshippers.

The competitors are the guests of honor.

It is, after all, a religious event and not a spectacle.

There is no gambling on who will win, at least not officially.

So, I didn’t see the betting tickets that Miliaria, who came to support me, was secretly holding, and I don’t know that my name was written on them.

I can’t tell her that betting on Asuka would definitely be profitable.

Because it’s a supportive purchase.

Looking at the tournament bracket, if I face Asuka, it would be in the finals.

But before that, I’d face Salieri in the second round.

What’s up with that?

My block is filled with formidable opponents.

Even if I beat Salieri, I’d face Laura in the semi-finals.

Well, everyone here has been training for this day, so it’s not like I’m going to have an easy fight with anyone.

But I’m also a worthy swordsman.

If I face Asuka in the final, I have to show off my master’s dignity.

“You lost the first round! What a shock, mom! Are you really the protagonist?!”

I’m being scolded in the waiting room.

By Miliaria.

I’m being scolded in a mysterious way.

What’s a protagonist?

“Well, I never thought there was such a way to fight in the world.”

With an indescribable expression, I scratched my head.

Really, I couldn’t do anything.

My opponent was unarmed. And she was a small soldier who only came up to my chin.

Of course, that’s not to say I underestimated her.

I didn’t know what technique she would use, so I just swung normally as a deterrent.

Ah, I used a wooden sword.

It’s not my usual weapon. Not that it’s an excuse.

In an instant, my opponent disappeared from my sight.

The next thing I knew, she had closed in on me.

And somehow, her fist was pressed against my chest.

I heard a mysterious coughing sound. The next moment, my body was flying through the air.

I had no idea what happened.

I rolled off the stage and lost by default. More than that, I couldn’t stand up.

I had my rib broken in one blow.

“She was a remarkable master.”

As I was being treated by the priests of the Asura Temple and resting in the waiting room, Miliaria came to console me.

Rather, it seemed like she came to scold me.

“A master, huh? She couldn’t do anything against Salieri in the second round and lost, that person.”

“No way. She was incredibly strong.”

“Salieri scoffed at the assassin’s fist as if it were a predictable trick. ‘First time killer’s assassin fist is like a predictable trick,’ she said.”

I see.

So it was an assassin’s fist.

If I didn’t know, I couldn’t defend against it, so I guess it’s inevitable that I lost.

But it’s frustrating.

“Let’s at least go and support Salieri and Asuka.”

When I tried to stand up, Miliaria leaned in to support me.

She’s a thoughtful girl.

When we arrived at the worshipers’ seats, the second semi-final had just concluded.

In the form of Salieri’s defeat.

Salieri, who had broken her wooden sword and was unarmed, surrendered.

It was a shame.

If she had used her usual fire sword Efreet, it would never have been broken.

And Salieri has magic, so she wouldn’t have lost to Laura.

“It seems like you’re more frustrated than when you lost, mom.”

“Yeah, I’m really frustrated. Salieri lost without even using half of her abilities.”

“That’s the same for Mother Nel, isn’t it?”

Miliaria let out a wry smile.

Well, I couldn’t do anything and got one-shot, though.

I don’t care about myself.

Victory is a matter of luck.

But it’s hard to see my daughter lose. Sigh.

Soon, Salieri also came near us from the waiting room.

“We lost, huh?”

She said, laughing casually.

She didn’t seem shocked at all.

“It’s a shame, Salieri.”

“It’s fine. I’m just satisfied that I got to avenge Nelnel~.”

Apparently, she managed to avenge me in the second round.

I don’t know whether to be grateful or to feel pathetic as a leader.

“Was she a practitioner of the assassination fist?”

“Yes~ She boasted that she would never lose to anyone bare-handed~ It’s the martial art of Landsfero.”

Despite having a wooden sword, I lost.

Am I too weak?

“It’s just a parade of unusual techniques, so if it’s the first encounter, it’s advantageous. It’s such a trivial skill.”

Salieri gently stroked my head.

If I knew what the technique was, I wouldn’t lose if I had a sword because of the reach difference.

It’s the same with using a spear or magic.

“So, I proved it for you.”

“You were amazing, Salieri.”

According to Miliaria, who was watching the match, Salieri let the bare-handed fighter use all hER techniques.

And then, she blocked them all.

She did it while smirking.

“Is it the end of tricks that only work on people who don’t know them?”

“She was crying during the final fight, wasn’t he?”

“She defeated Nelnel with such a stupid trick, so it’s a natural retribution.”

Miliaria and Salieri were laughing together.


It’s too scary.

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