Chapter 97. Summit (3)
When the man took a step forward, the Golem’s gaze focused on him.
The mana around the Golem’s body increased.
It seemed to distrust the masked man more than Zion.
The Golem began throwing rocks to prevent him from approaching.
His agility was not on the same level as Zion’s, but the man dodged the rocks deftly, he did not make any mistakes.
As soon as a small gap appeared, he immediately made a light slash that flew towards the Golem’s left shoulder.
The Golem’s body leaned back.
Then, he made another light cut, which impacted its right shoulder.
The man calmly approached the Golem.
What is he thinking?
He had to act because he had destroyed its arms.
The magic sword consumed too much energy.
It would be best to attack the core as soon as possible.
As Zion had guessed, the Golem regained its arms again.
The Golem absorbed some stones.
Its recovery was much faster than before, so it took less than ten seconds for the left arm to regain its original shape.
The man, who ran to the torso, threw a blue-colored ball toward the scar Zion had given it. Then he leaped toward its left shoulder.
The masked man’s sword cut the rock like a cake.
Zion needed to attack three times in order to cut it off. She could still augment Sivelin’s power, but in comparison the man’s magic sword was more powerful.
He looked more like a wild beast than a trained swordsman. This made it difficult to know the man’s true identity. He really was like a man fallen from the sky.
The Golem’s right arm had recovered again. It was so fast that it seemed useless for him to cut it off again.
The Golem attacked with more intensity to defend its core.
The ground that the Golem’s hand struck cracked.
It looked like the summit might collapse if the battle continued.
He threw another blue ball towards the torso while dodging the attacks.
The masked man threw two more blue balls.
The man, who had reached his limit, was struck by the golem’s arm.
Zion frowned. She knew how painful it was.
The situation had worsened.
He rolled on the ground.
The masked man slowly got up after a few seconds.
The man pulled out a potion.
Zion wondered what the potion was.
The furious Golem began to approach.
The man nonchalantly drank the potion.
Then he watched the Golem.
She didn’t know what he was going to do.
Suddenly, blue explosions erupted from the Golem’s torso.
The huge body leaned backwards.
Cracks appeared on the Golem’s body.
Then, a white-colored frost spread rapidly from its torso.
Zion’s eyes widened.
Finally, the Golem froze.
The man tossed the empty bottle aside. He looked at the frozen Golem, which had become a stone statue. It seemed that he observed a masterpiece.
Soon, he made a light cut.
The upper part of the Golem’s body was cut off.
He threw another light cut that exposed its red core.
The masked man attacked again, the glass completely shattered.
The magic slab began to turn blue due to the mana.
When a magical pattern appeared around the magic slab, the messy environment began to organize itself.
It seemed that the last obstacle had been overcome.
She could not believe that he had defeated the Golem alone.
Zion realized that she had lost the bet with her teacher.
She felt more ashamed than defeated.
Did her Master know that such an absurd person would appear?
The man approached Zion.
When he tried to put his hands on her ankle, she quickly reacted.
“Don’t touch me.”
The masked man ignored her, pulled out a potion and poured it on her ankle.
“What are you doing…!”
Her pain was gone in an instant.
Zion was speechless for a while. The man had items she didn’t understand.
The man helped her to her feet.
She coldly spoke,
“Why are you so nosy?”
He didn’t answer either.
But it didn’t matter because now she felt more comfortable with the man.
The man supported Zion to walk to the magic slab.
When they reached the slab, she shook the man.
She would be the first to touch the magic slab, but the man didn’t seem to mind.
“We can do it together.”