Green Skin 157 Indolence
A long-bladed sword came out of nowhere, and I heard a voice as I held it and pushed in magic.
[Dainsleif – The item effect of Dain’s Inheritance is activated.]
While this was the first time that I heard the activation announced, I was not surprised. Actually, I was very excited. As listed in the item explanation, blood was dripping from the Dain’s Inheritance, and the red fragment in the middle was slowly losing its color. It looked like I would be damaged when the fragment lost its color. Eerie magic continued to emit from the sword, and it was not mine but the sword’s magic.
I happily put in a bit more magic at the sword’s whirring sound. As the Dainsleif was also called a bloodsword, I gained some control over the blood that was falling from the sword. While there was only a little now, I reached out to an enemy that was vacantly staring at me. The blood pooling at the ground instantly turned into an orb and poured upon him.
The man’s head broke as he stared at me, and now I could control his blood.
‘This is acceptable.’
It’s a good item. Actually, it was a crazily efficient item, and Kim Hyeji was also staring at me vacantly. She looked surprised at the situation, not going in her favor despite having high skills and much experience. I knew people like that very well.
‘Those that remained still.’
There had been similar people in the west who had given up becoming stronger or rising higher because they were satisfied with their current place. They had no or faint goals.
They were those who were left in the past.
I ran towards the enemy as I controlled the blood continuously falling to the ground from the Dainsleif. While someone with a shield tried to block me, it was not possible.
As I controlled the blood of the one headless from my first attack, thorns made of blood sprang from the ground.
While the soldier next to me quickly raised his shield, he died as the thorn pierced his side. There was already a pool of blood when I reached them, and as the screams rang, my magic was decreasing. While Kim Hyeji shot magic or used strange spells to obstruct my path at times, Orbo, Gark, and Hark blocked all of them.
Since there was almost no casting with magic, it was not strong enough. It had been a long time since Ragia was on the battlefield, and her performance was nice as she confused the enemies.
I felt like a demon king, and the enemies were clearly losing the will to fight. There was no need for me to grab the Dainsleif and jump into the enemy troops, as controlling their spilled blood kept the screams coming.
Those that came near me were pierced all over from the blood thorns scattered on the ground, and I increased the amount of blood I could use by cutting off their heads.
I began to know a bit about this weapon, and it was a type that became stronger as the battle lengthened. The blood from the wounds I made became a weapon. While my magic continued to flow out, and I would be damaged if I could not fill the necessary amount of blood, that was nothing compared to the Dainsleif’s usefulness.
As I saw the front, the Blood Dagger Clan members were beginning to chew and feast on most soldiers. They seemed to think that the battle was over, and the three goblin sisters were playing with the arms of the humans they had hunted, and Jung Hayeon was playing as long as she could with the toy she had gotten after a long time.
Jung Hayeon was always where screams like those were, and her putting in roots to burst bodies or crush people to death was grotesque despite the fact I had seen that for a long time. I had to turn my eyes at the smaller roots going into the soldier’s eye sockets, even though I would not criticize her.
Acts like those lowered the enemy’s will to fight. Strong people or those who have maintained authority over a long time could be afraid, and those that had remained still felt the emotion more acutely.
Actually, they were even more afraid to lose what they have or have everything they had achieved come down in ruins. As I slowly moved forward, the Blood Dagger Clan members began to make a path for me. I saw Kim Hyeji with a scowl as she maintained a protective barrier with a raised hand. She was too shabby to be seen as one of the members who had founded Hadum.
As I mumbled in human language, Kim Hyeji immediately looked at me and sent me a hopeful expression. She did not seem to be curious about how I could speak the language and was only trying to protect herself.
“Please…let me live. I… I will be useful.”