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Have you ever had the chance to see dirt and sand pouring down like a waterfall? Brendel was having such an experience at the moment. There were no more supports for him to stand on, and there was no road heading back. It was as if he was on his final straw and to be buried under the mud. He cursed when the monster disappeared into the coffin. He raised Halran Gaia and swung it down. It compressed the air in the form of a crescent that slicing apart the falling sand, forming a path that allowed him to dash for the coffin. Albeit incomparable to the White Raven Sword Art that he previously used with its countless blades, the skill was really devastating within the span of ten feet.

“Rise!” Brendel roared while the magic in his sword began to activate.

The ground tore apart with a loud blade cut like sound. Pillars of rock protruded from the ground to support the crumbling ceiling as they cleared the sand that fell in his way, allowing him to have more freedom to move.

Halran Gaia, also known as the Staff of Earth, was known to be able to manipulate all of Gaia, Of course, it was not as impressive as that, but in this scenario, it was indeed a spectacular feat.

The crumbling cavern stabilized for a moment as cracks began to surface on the pillars. Brendel looked back at the colourful crystal wall and hesitated. It was not something he could break in just a few seconds, and thus he continued to run for the coffin in the centre.

Climbing onto the coffin, he saw a flight of stairs that led down to a passage of gloom. Behind him, the cracking sounds that came from the pillar indicated that he did not have much time. He did not hesitate and jumped down while biting his lips.

The cavern outside had crumbled. The ceiling and the ground collided, forcing the dust into Brendel’s eyes. He shut them down, only to hear a deafening roar and the trembling earth, After that, an eerie silence as if nothing survived.

“This was why I hated battling monsters.” He complained. A Gold-ranked warrior’s perception was ten times better than that of normal people. Even in the gloom, he could precisely pick out the Glow Stone from his pocket. He raised it up, illuminating the surroundings and exposing a narrow space underground.

The entrance on the coffin was sealed with layers of rocks. He prodded it with his sword and thought,Seems like I’m not getting out through this way.

Brendel cursed again, “Fuck! Ciel, what’s going on?”

There was a moment of silence before the mage answered. “ This bloody hell of a place… My Lord, are you alright? Where are you?”

Brendel surveyed the room. The craftsmanship for the room’s design was crude.Seems like it was made in haste.

“I don’t know too. This place must be underneath the cavern. How’s the condition outside?”

“It’s still fine. It’s just that some of the pathway is blocked when the rocks fell. Scarlet and the others are trying to dig a way out.”

“How’s everyone else?”


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