Brendel heard Shido and he pressed his right hand on the Halran Gaia’s slightly smooth, cold hilt, silently retrieving the Halran Gaia from the tough leather scabbard again. The dark and heavy blade was pulled out of the sheath, filling the atmosphere with a sense of faint heaviness.
He lifted his head, the entire glacier under the crisscrossed underground world was in his field of vision. Veronica, Mephisto, including the little female Dragon who were around him did the same.
The ice cave was shrouded in a mist, and the sound of weapons clanging out of their sheaths was what remained for a while.
These Miirnas apparently came here after the Twilight years; the ancient people died here, and it was known to all about what could have killed them.
The equipment and crystals on the Mirrnas’ corpse that had lost their magic power had proved so.
“Shido, that thing before you resurrected it, are you sure it was in a dormant state?” Brendel did not turn around, but only mentioned in a flat voice that was so emotionless.
Shido nodded behind him.
The emperor’s eldest son, Lenarette, drew his longsword with his right hand – the golden eagle’s emblem on the calyx glittered as it reflected the light of the torch, and his somewhat tanned face did not have much expression, his brows lowered as if he was stating a common matter. “That means there may be other such monsters under this glacier-”
Brendel looked back, “Shitah?”
“Don’t look at me, I haven’t encountered these things before ……” Shitah’s chubby face frowned, “I’ve only walked this path once, when I was taking the form of a Dragon and passed under the ice, driven by mere curiosity. I have seen these corpses, they are almost everywhere under the glacier, but the last time I did not encounter anything like that thing from previously-”
“Lord Count, I think there’s a problem here.” Shido suddenly interrupted. She had been lowering her head to think about something, and it was only now that she raised her head to look at Brendel and Veronica.
Brendel also looked at her, “Say it.” He replied as he had the same doubt in his mind. For whatever reason, the Mirrnas must have had a fierce battle with those monsters here, but the result is this… The answer seen before my eyes may not be true.
There was one more crucial question. He looked at the young girl from St. Ebony Academy, which represented the highest academic level in the Kirrlutz Empire, wanting to draw that answer from her. The scholar lady, although somewhat unworldly, was convincing in her field of expertise, at least as far as her previous performance was concerned, and her wisdom was without the need for more proof from other people.
“I disagree with Your Highness, if there are other such monsters here, then I have some doubts, why don’t they resurrect their own kind, but have to wait for Arreck instead? I checked the corpses beforehand, the Mirrnas’s corpse
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