- Accelerated Thoughts (Paradise of Adversity)
- Consumes 22 Light or Dark EP
- Effect: When this card is used, draw 3 cards from the summoner’s deck. Before the next time this Card is reactivated, shuffle 8 cards from the hand into the deck.
- “Acting fast is the advantage of the battlefield.”
Once the card was activated, a faint glimmer appeared on Brendel’s eyelids, revealing to him to Cards. The grey card was Holy Swords, and the white card was Silver Colt. There were only two Cards, because Brendel knew very clearly that there were only two cards left in his deck, so the chances of getting either were the same.
He tentatively drew the Card.
This was the first card he received since coming to this world. The Holy Sword represented a Knight’s firm belief. Its light could be felt by the heart. This sword had been with him throughout his journey: from the time he led the people of Riedon out of the siege, to the time he swore his oath, to when he conquered lands and painting battlefields blood red. As he walked down the road he swore on, with the goal yet to be reached, the sword would not be sheathed.
Brendel placed two fingers on the card, like a famous knight testing his sword, its blade cold like ice, shining with a frosty light.
He placed the card horizontally and said, “Attach to Wind Spirit Spiders.”
As Brendel’s voice rang out, the skies seem to light up with small sparks and golden light encasing the Wind Spirit Spiders. Ina looked up, the sight was as if a wall of fire painting the night sky, weaving and intertwining to form a net of flames.
“How are there of Anrolda’s Divine Ring?” Brendel asked.
“Such beauty,” Ina raised her head and sincerely praised the sight before her eyes. Her eyes were just as pretty as the starry sky, especially when she smiled. “Anrolda’s Divine Ring. In the Paradise of Adversity deck, there are four of them. I have two of them, while the Pendulum monster has two as well.” The doe demoness seemed to know what Brendel sought to know, providing a detailed explanation for him.
“Shut up! You dare tell an outsider information about our master’s deck? Ina, your actions clearly betray the master’s expectations! How disappointed I am!” The Pendulum Golem interrupted coldly.
Ina raised her head and glared at the Pendulum Golem silently. She used her most condescending gaze to convey her message. Pendulum Golem, you do not represent our master’s ideals. The Paradise of Adversity has been dormant for too long, it is time for a new successor, lest it be lost under the earth in an everlasting slumber.
The two of them held each other’s gaze for only a moment. For thousands of years, neither of them could convince the other, and today would be no exception.
Even though Ina said only a few words, Brendel had gotten the message. Communicating with intelligent people truly requires little words.
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