Chapter 48. Master Class (2)
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Damien, who was standing next to Sylverine, watched the five carriages that crossed the gate. The middle carriage was especially large.
Two knights in golden armor escorted the carriage on either side.
Sylverine had told him who was in it.
The knight who looked like the leader shouted,
“Everyone to your positions!”
The carriages stopped in front of the mansion at the same time. Soon, the coachmen opened the doors of their respective carriages.
There was silence as if the world had stopped.
A woman got out of the carriage in the middle, holding the coachman’s hand.
She wore her blonde hair tied back and had thin, round spectacles on her thin face. The long hem of her dress came down to her feet.
The maid couldn’t help but be surprised.
She looked like a High Priest or royalty, but her face corresponded to an elegant person who had just turned twenty.
Damien could not believe it.
For the first time in his life, he saw pointed ears.
She was an elf. This race kept away from humans.
Sylverine said to her,
“You were born with strange luck.”
She was right.
It felt different to look at an elf in person.
She was to blame for his nervousness.
The first witch he had ever met in his life, and she was at the pinnacle of sorcery.
And he would never have guessed she was an elf.
He recalled in his mind the adjectives for Elizabeth.
Mother of sorcery.
Queen of trees.
Sovereign of plantera.
The heart of Eternia.
Elizabeth, who rarely appeared in Eternia, had come to see him.
Gael and Flynn exited the carriage together.
Also, masked evaluators began to exit the carriages. Even Gael did not know the identities of the other evaluators, except for vice director Elizabeth.
Her three-week journey came to an end.
And the main objective, the evaluation for the master class, would last only one day.
The evaluation would last only 10 minutes.
Eternia Academy’s entrance exams lasted a long week, but the evaluation for the important master class only lasted a short time. Posted only on NovelUtopia.com
The complex exams were only designed to distinguish the abilities of average talents; selecting a genius did not take that long.
Only ten minutes were needed.
Sylverine greeted them with her employees. She looked at Gael, then again at Elizabeth.
There was a boy next to Sylverine.
“I’ve heard rumors about him since we arrived in Wiesel.”
Sylverine accepted this boy when she ignored so many geniuses.
The student of a Great Mage was a boy who wielded the sword.
Gael didn’t understand. Did she accept him on a whim, did she find something in the boy that the other geniuses didn’t, or did she have some hidden plan? Sylverine was a difficult person to predict. It was quite possible that she used other people to achieve her goals.
In any case, this matter had to be treated seriously.
The boy would now be strictly evaluated.
Gael shouted towards the knights,
“Raise the planteras!”
The knights approached a huge wagon located behind the carriages. Then they removed the black tarpaulin covering the top.
The wooden dolls, which were asleep huddled in the wagon, began to rise slowly in the sunlight. The wagon shook as they stood up. The wheels broke because they would not support the weight.
The dolls climbed down with heavy steps.
They were so huge that the sturdy knights did not even reach up to their chests. The intimidation the wooden dolls caused left them breathless.
It was Elizabeth’s work. They were planteras.
Wooden dolls were located on Mount Grace, near the main building of Eternia. They smashed anything that posed a threat to Eternia, be it demonic beasts or human beings.
It was precisely the planteras who allowed Eternia to be independent without joining the Empire, Kingdoms, Duchies or any political division.
The faces of the maids paled when they saw the planteras.
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