After all, the System could still operate for another 5 years, even if Roel didn’t pay it a single gold coin at all. If he could become a powerful expert by then, he wouldn’t have any need for the System anymore.
However, after thinking it through, he eventually chose to abandon this idea. There was no saying what would happen within 5 years’ time, so it was best for him to keep the System with him. It was not as if he couldn’t repay the 500,000 gold coin loan anyway. He could always earn more money if he needed to, but he wouldn’t be able to find a second System anywhere else.
With such thoughts in mind, Roel stood up and made his way over to Carter’s study, hoping to discuss the governance of the Ascart Fiefdom with him.
Roel felt that Carter was similar to those scions in a one of the soap dramas of his previous life, where the scions would rather cast aside the huge inheritance their fathers had left them just so they could chase their dreams. This could be seen from how Carter chose to focus his time on the military instead of developing the company (Ascart Fiefdom). It really pained Roel to see how so much potential was being put to waste when it could become something greater!
As the successor of the Ascart House, Roel felt obliged to fill in the gap that his father had left behind! He decided that he would march up to Carter and have a thorough discussion about this matter, hoping to obtain partial rights to govern the fiefdom.
His burning motivation was to be disappointed.
“Ah? My father is not around?”
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“That’s right. The old master has been summoned to the royal palace.”
“The royal palace? Hm…”
Roel couldn’t help but think about the rumors about him and Nora that had been heard all around town lately, and he felt a little jittery inside.
It can’t be that Carter has been called there for that matter, right?
While Roel was feeling uneasy inside, Marquess Carter was meeting an unexpected figure in the royal palace—Holy Eminence John Xeclyde.
While John Xeclyde was, in name, the emperor of the Saint Mesit Theocracy, Carter didn’t have too many opportunities to come into contact with him. The Xeclydes had simply far too many organizations beneath it to manage.
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All in all, the organizations the Xeclydes were managing could be divided into two segments: the major organization and the minor organizations.
Needless to say, the major organization referred to the Genesis Goddess Church. It was a massive and powerful establishment; its every move could spur rippling effects over all humanity. It was the binding factor that united humans during times of crisis, but even during peacetime, it w
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