JULY 22, 2016~SILENTWOLFIE
18 More ch. Just FYI, grammar isn’t guaranteed.
TL: The mechanics for this Card usage in TAS are going to be more complicated. I’ll try my best to make it clearer, but you might need to reread the following chapters. I don’t play much Magic the Gathering, but I think the mechanics are similar.
Chapter 51 – Fishing in troubled waters (3)
[It doesn’t take long to unlock my Elemental Pool. As long as I have that, I will be able to pay for the cost of the ‘Holy Sword’ and self-preservation should be no problem.]
When one unlocked his Elemental Pool with a scroll, he would absorb the abundant energy within the scroll and fill up the Pool with Elemental energy. Brendel ordered the spiders to search for the scroll, as they were made from Elemental energy and were better candidates to search for the item compared to himself.
He turned his back and yelled: “Ciel!”
“I understand, my lord.” The young wizard looked at him and smiled: “Good luck, I’ll pray that I’ll meet again soon—”
Brendel nodded earnestly. Ciel raised a ruby into the air and countless lines formed between his thumb and index finger. The lines that were created took from Mother Marsha’s protective laws of magic and intertwined with each other. A wall formed with gold light and disappeared into thin air.
The gigantic skeleton with crimson armor swung the axe onto the invisible wall.
A ripple of wind current surged outwards, and the gemstone in Ciel’s hand cracked, but he continued to use his life to maintain the spell.
“Hurry, my lord!” He yelled in a low voice.
Brendel rushed out to the center stage. He did not know who managed to bid for the item. Even though items in the auction could be passed over directly, the nobles tend to protect their dignity and let the organizers send the items straight to their home.
[There’s still a chance it’s still here.]
He quickly ran to the path to the corridors, and he tried to find the doors to the Boxes. But with each door he opened, he found that it did not lead to the passageway. He became increasingly disappointed and anxious.
After a short while, he heard a thunderous boom made from the Crusader Executioner. Brendel’s expressions changed a little and he called out the system. The Highland Squire card was in the middle of the pack and it was colored in gray when he selected it. The Wind Spider Spirits were also the same. Half of the Wind Spider Spirits were dead and the card was also half covered in gray. It looked like the card was also going to go into the graveyard.
He hesitated for a while but he did not call the spiders back. It was very hard for him to search for the item in this place alone. The footsteps behind him were becoming closer, and he realized that the monster was not going to give him any time —
Suddenly, a spider popped out from one of the rooms and stopped next to his feet, before running off to
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