Chapter 91. Entrance Exam (13)
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The mages cast ice spells on the Plantera. The Plantera did not need to maintain body temperature, so even if they were frozen externally, their movements could break the ice.
That was why they had to be frozen from the inside out.
The magic bombs Cecil had given him were very effective.
The fights became complicated for the sorcerers when they exhausted their consumables. It was strange that she gave him a magic bomb. Her gift was very important.
There would be more obstacles later, so it would be better to try it now.
The experiment was a great success.
Cecil’s gift created a new possibility.
Plantera’s punch was incredibly painful.
He had been overconfident because so far the Planteras had only tried to subdue the applicants, not kill them. He had made a mistake.
Lilith gradually calmed down.
He sat leaning against the wall. His clothes were in tatters because he had rolled on the ground. Blood soaked his shirt under his cloak. The situation was not good.
She slowly approached him.
“Thank you, you saved me…”
“…You’re the craziest person I’ve ever seen in my life.”
She had grown up in a greenhouse, she hadn’t seen the diversity of people that existed in the world. Perhaps she would have gone mad if he had taken Griffin Potion.
He had no protection, so he felt the full impact of the attack. He had no time to care about Lilith. The adversity fostered friendship, but he had other things to worry about.
First he removed his cloak, then began to unbutton his shirt.
Lilith hesitated about his actions.
“What are you doing…?”
When he took off his shirt, his skin was exposed.
The stones had pierced his chest with their points. His skin was torn from his armpits to his back.
When she saw the wounds, she understood his actions.
He pulled from his bag a potion that Sylverine had given him.
Lilith stared at him. He felt a little uncomfortable, so he looked up. When they made eye contact, she turned her head away. Posted only on NovelUtopia.com
He wondered if Cecil felt the same way when she shortened her skirt.
Was this the first time she’d seen a man’s body?
He drank the potion. When its components begin to circulate through the blood vessels, any internal damage will heal.
Then he took out another bottle.
Lilith curiously looked at the empty bottle.
“Wait, what did you drink?”
Damien, who ignored her words, began to pour the liquid over the wounds.
“Wait! This isn’t used like this.”
She grabbed his wrist.
“This pattern on the glass bottle, it’s Maryecarney Elixir.”
Lilith was dismayed.
“How did you get this if you don’t even know how to use it? This can’t even be bought with money!”
He realized that she didn’t know how to treat someone who was near death.
Lilith stammered as he stared at her.
“Hmm… give it to me… I’ll apply it.”
She took the Elixir from his hand.
She pulled out a handkerchief, which she dampened with the Elixir.
“I’m going to apply it.”
She began to apply the Elixir on his wound with a serious face.
Her hands trembled because she was nervous.
She was so engrossed in her thoughts that she didn’t even notice that her dark gray hair came in contact with his body, so it was stained with blood.
When she put her hand directly on his body, she was startled and withdrew her hand.
“Hey… show me your back.”
When he turned around, she continued to apply the Elixir on the wounds.
“It heals so fast that if you don’t apply it slowly, unsightly scars can remain.”
He remembered the scar the Wraith had caused on his stomach.
He didn’t want to erase the scar because it was like a medal to him.
He was not to take off his shirt when he was not wearing the mask, since people could identify it.
“Healed properly, right?”
A proud smile appeared on her face.
She closed the Elixir with the lid. There was a little liquid left.
He put his clothes back on. He couldn’t waste any more time here.
Lilith bluntly said,
“Can you at least answer?”
He looked at the sky in silence. Dark clouds were gradually covering the sky.