It was a reaction stemming from the Origin Attribute deep within his body, resonating intensely with his bloodline. The commotion in the surroundings suddenly grew fainter and fainter, as if he was being forcefully pulled off to somewhere else.
Before he knew it, he found himself standing on the surface of a calm lake, water slowly rippling outward under his feet. He noticed that a blurred silhouette standing opposite to him not too far away with water rippling under their feet too.
The two sets of water ripples collided with one another and raised slight waves. It was also at this moment that the two of them raised their heads and exchanged gazes.
And just as abruptly as it started, this profound and enigmatic resonance suddenly came to an end. Roel was rudely jolted back into reality, and he found himself staring intently at a solemn white building.
Who is that? What in the world just…
Roel stood at the entrance of the academy with a stiffened body, his head completely blanked out. Many students had passed him by during this period of time, but he was still unable to snap out of his daze.
The Crown Origin Attribute is actually resonating with something… How is this possible?
Roel pondered this question with a look of disbelief on his face. It was not because he didn’t understand the significance of this resonance; on the contrary, it was precisely because he did that he found it incredulous.
The resonance of Origin Attributes was a statistically improbable event. It was a special reaction arising from two individuals possessing complementary Origin Attributes and bloodlines. Even with most transcendents choosing the Three Main Origin Attributes, cases of resonation were still extremely rare.
And Roel’s case was even more special than that. He wasn’t an adopter of the Three Main Origin Attribute; his Crown Origin Attribute was a unique one arising from the Ascart Bloodline. Theoretically speaking, considering that he was the sole successor of the Ascart House, it should be safe to say that he would never undergo a resonation effect in his entire life.
“… el. Roel. Roel?”
Roel suddenly heard Paul’s voice sounding next to him, bringing him out of his daze. He turned to the side, only to see that the latter had been blocked by a female student bearing the Purplerose insignia. Both Paul and the female student were staring at him.
Perhaps it was due to Roel’s good looks, the female student glanced at the insignia on his chest before her expression mellowed down a little. Then, she began speaking.
“Excuse me, do you know this person?”
“… Yes, I do.”
“He has forgotten to bring his insignia with him. According to the rules, I can’t allow him to enter the academy without the insignia. He would have to either have someone
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