Chapter 81. Entrance Exam (3)
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Damien was cool to Sylverine’s request.
He got out with his wooden sword.
When he closed the door, he walked to the entrance exam area.
She wondered if she had been too bold because of Damien’s reaction.
Although she could understand it because now he had to fend for himself, he had several thoughts in his mind about the entrance exam.
Damien, who had advanced a few steps, suddenly stopped.
He turned around and walked back to the carriage.
Sylverine looked around the interior of the carriage.
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Damien opened the door again. He said,
“I forgot something…”
He hugged her.
This was like a sudden attack for her.
“Oh, my God…”
Even Sylverine was a little embarrassed. It was the first time Damien had behaved this way since they had met.
Sylverine could feel his fast heartbeat because their bodies were in contact.
He seemed to be quite nervous.
She lifted the corner of her lips.
“Do well, disciple.”
His heartbeat began to gradually stabilize.
When Damien released his embrace, she was able to settle into the seat.
He headed back to the entrance exam area.
Although the carriage door was open, she didn’t bother to close it.
Damien had calmed down, but strangely she hadn’t.
She fanned herself with her hands.
The entrance exam was held on the outskirts of Eternia Fortress, on a meadow that led to the foot of the Grace Range.
There was a barrier around the entrance exam area to prevent anyone other than the participants from entering or leaving the area.
The applicants, who said goodbye to their escorts, entered the entrance exam area.
He recognized some faces.
That’s right, some rising stars are participating in this entrance exam.
Luna, Cecil, Victor, Naiad, Iris, etc. There were children who came from prestigious families that had long gained fame.
The aspirants gradually arrived in the area.
Someone entered the entrance exam area.
Lilith swallowed saliva.
Finally, I see him.
The eldest son of Marquis Barianne, who protected the defensive line at the northern end of the continent. The prestige of the Marquisate was so great that it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that all countries, including the Empire, were indebted to Barianne.
He had already defeated great demonic beasts at a young age and had even earned the title of Master at Arms in the north.
He had broad shoulders, a tall stature, a chiseled chin and a fierce gaze. On his back he carried a large axe.
He looked fearsome. His body also had traces of blood on it.
This created an even more frightening atmosphere.
The aspirants, who felt overwhelmed, made way for Abel.
They recognized him.
There was a list of names that had received a letter of recommendation, but almost no information was known about Zion and Damien.
People assumed that he had received a letter of recommendation because of the rumors that were spread in Wiesel. It seemed that he had a lower standard compared to other applicants. There were always aspirants who entered Eternia that way.
A few minutes after Abel’s entrance, the place went silent.
Lilith could sense it.
The protagonist has arrived.
Zion Isarell entered the entrance exam area.
Her footsteps on the grass were the only sound that was heard.
There were only ten Sword Masters in the entire continent.
And Zion was the favorite disciple of Gethin Grigg, a swordsman called the Dragon Slayer who cut off the head of a dragon.
The rumor had already spread that Zion planned to fight against the strongest. In the past he had already defeated some of the strongest challengers.
Zion was the strongest in this place.
There was even a rumor that he had defeated some third year students.
He was likely to get first place, no more words were necessary.
The competition would be fiercer for second place.
As everyone’s eyes focused on Zion, a man entered the entrance exam area. She frowned.
Is this guy an applicant too? Oh, my goodness.
She couldn’t find this masked man even after looking for him for so long.