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Slightly different from his prediction, just one hour after reading the secret letter, Gryphine received the same letter on her desk.

The scenery of Ampere Seale before the storm was outside the window. The storm was gloomy and the haze that covered the entire port made it appear as if the entire morning was skipped. Although it was noon, it seemed like it was approaching dusk.

Lightning streaked through the clouds occasionally, thunder roared. Pale-white lightning projected through the glass panes, making livid and scary shadows on the carpet.

“What’s the situation outside?” Princess Gryphine asked.

The knight that was kneeling on the ground replied, “Your Royal Highness, we have been surrounded. Making it out of here is not likely but if Your Royal Highness decides to leave, I and my fellow knights will definitely make a way out with our blood and sweat.” The knight was soaking wet, and the water that flowed down from his red cape soaked the valuable and expensive carpet. But no one could blame him for it.

“There’s no need for that. Go and change into something dry, my knight.”The half-elf princess replied and nodded her head.

The knight gave a grateful response, stood up and then left.

“What’s going on with the Staff of Earth?” She raised her head and cast her eyes on others. “Has anyone seen its appearance in the Kingdom?” She asked.

“Regarding this…….” Oberwei replied, his face was uneasy and peculiar. “Some of our men had seen it before.”

“Our people?” Gryphine was a little displeased. “Why didn’t I know about this?” She asked.

“I just only got the news too, Your Royal Highness.” Oberwei hastily explained, “It’s Rowes.”

“Rowes? Count Audine’s son? House Delaine’s youngest successor?” The princess asked and pondered on this for a moment. She then remembered this person and added, “Isn’t this the party that my father sent to the south to search for the whereabouts of the Lionheart Sword……” She suddenly became silent. In just half a year the Kingdom changed and the Lionheart Sword was now in her hands. It seemed that the Aouine Kingdom had changed drastically in just a blink of an eye.

“What the hell is going on?” She asked.

“Why don’t we allow Audine himself to explain it to us? He is just outside. Outsiders will inevitably change the story and have deviations.” Oberwei suggested.

Gryphine nodded.

Only after a short moment, the pale Audine entered everyone’s sights. Previously, he almost lost his life in the battle of the Loop of Winds. Archdruid Andrew who passed by saved his life. Although his injuries are almost fully recovered, a scar remained, and he looked even more tired after traveling for some time.

But even so, he bowed to give his respect to Gryphine.

“Count Audine, are your injuries severe? Do you need to take a rest first?” The half-elf princess couldn’t help but frown at the sight of him. Although she had already heard about the accident that happened in the L

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