Chapter 96. Summit (2)
Zion calmly dodged the Golem’s attacks.
When she returned to her original position, she spoke to the man,
“Now it’s your turn.”
The man looked at Zion’s sword, then looked at his wooden sword.
He slipped the wooden sword into the sheath at his waist.
Then he extended his empty hand into the air.
Zion’s eyes widened.
A light sword appeared in the man’s hand.
Is it a magic sword?
It was extremely rare that he could wield a magic sword at a young age.
The most amazing thing was that the magic pressure of this sword was greater than that of the Sivelin magic sword. A normal person would have fainted if it was nearby.
The sword was made of a strange material. No matter how special a magic sword was, it would never appear from the void. She had traveled the entire continent.
She had never seen a sword like this.
As he swung his arm, a light cut flew toward Golem’s right shoulder.
This caused a huge explosion. The Golem lost its right arm.
She was surprised.
The man’s sword disappeared.
“What is your name?”
“You can’t talk, right?”
The man nodded.
Zion narrowed her eyes.
“…Then I won’t talk either.”
There was silence between them.
Zion attempted to communicate with gestures.
She pointed at the Golem.
You go first.
He shook his head.
Zion was forced to unsheathe her magic sword.
He had turned down the opportunity to stamp his hand on the magic slab first.
Suddenly, the Golem roared.
The surrounding rocks stuck to the Golem like magnets. Its arms were restored.
The Golem could restore its body as long as its core was not destroyed.
It had to receive a great attack.
Zion ran towards the Golem.
The Golem, whose aggressiveness had reached its peak, attacked with its two arms at Zion. It was a faster attack than before.
She moved to the side to avoid it, but the Golem changed direction and swung its arms sideways. She was caught off guard by the sudden shift.
She used her sword to defend herself, but she went flying.
Zion stood up without hesitation.
After he dodged the Golem’s attack, she quickly approached its body.
She attacked its torso with her sword, the place where the core was hidden.
A long mark was created on the Golem’s body.
But it did not touch the core.
Immediately, the Golem counterattacked. It could freely rotate its arms to attack because each rock was like a joint.
She had to move away from its torso.
The Golem relentlessly attacked her so that she could not get close.
Zion used all her strength in her attacks, but did not cause any significant damage.
Finally, the Golem struck Zion directly in the face.
She crashed to the ground.
Zion spat blood.
She realized she couldn’t defeat it alone.
As she went to stand up, she felt a great pain in her ankle.
She fell down again. Her ankle was badly swollen.
But the Golem’s attacks were not over.
The Golem threw a rock at Zion.
She raised her sword because she knew she couldn’t dodge it.
But when its fist was before her eyes, a light cut hit it.
Zion turned her head.
The masked man held his magic sword.
She bit her lower lip. She didn’t want him to save her even if she died.
He stared at Zion for a moment, then moved toward the Golem.
It seemed that his turn had come.