I Became An Academy Spearman — Chapter 17. Academy Entrance Ceremony (1)
Translator: Atlas / Editor: Fafa
“Han Seong. Are you in class C1?”
“Yes. I was assigned to that class.”
He pretended to be calm as he answered.
Glesia was assigned to the same class as the protagonist of the novel.
On the other hand, he was assigned to class C1.
Class C1 could be considered between the middle and lower ranks.
In fact, there was an abysmal difference between class A and class C.
After reading the entire novel, it seemed much bigger to him.
“As I expected, accessing class B is difficult.” She said
“Probably because I have a common grade attribute.”
He replied calmly.
He really didn’t feel that bothered when he looked off into the distance. He could watch as people jostled each other so they could check their name on the sign.
“Out of my way!”
“Please! Let me check something.”
“Get out of the way! I don’t have much time.”
“…Seriously, my name doesn’t even appear in class D?”
They said asperous words as they tried to find their name on the approved list.
His heart calmed down seeing them like this.
Most of the people he was now seeing couldn’t even get into class D, much less class C.
In other words, they were rejected by the Academy.
At least he was better than them.
He finally accepted reality with surprising ease.
Yes. I’m someone ordinary.
His greed made him aim for Class B in the first place.
Even if Carly had shown interest, he had dreamed too much.
“If you’re in class C1, can’t you move up to class B quickly?”
A vacant smile appeared on his lips when he heard the voice beside him.
“Yes. It’s just one more step.”
She spoke as if it were so simple. He couldn’t think of what to say.
She was not only in class A, but in A1. She seemed to see Class B as very accessible.
By her own standards, she was right.
The problem was that for him it wouldn’t be easy.
He sighed inwardly, then nodded with determination.
“Yes, I’ll do my best.”
He couldn’t look careless or insecure in front of her.
His confidence was what caught Glesia’s attention.
He had to appear sure of himself at all times.
Again, he turned his gaze to Glesia.
She looked quite pretty today as well. Her blue hair danced in the light wind blowing. Seeing her so closely reminded him of how pretty she really was.
However, it seemed to him that she had a very strange personality. This woman, who passed with such a high score that she was assigned to class A1, was still interested in him.
Even today she called him first to find out what class he was assigned to.
Normally this would not be possible.
But he was convinced that she would spend time with him.
And if she would be in class A1, she would surely relate more to Leonhard.
The protagonist of this novel was Leonhard as far as he knew.
There was also the possibility that she might become involved with Leonhard.
As he became closer to her, he might give her advice or do something usefu for herl.
Because I know about events that are going to happen.
Of course, it was not within Leonhard’s expectations that Glesia would be assigned to class A1, but that did not change his plans to any great extent.
He could help Glesia indirectly.
He did not plan to do so with power, but with knowledge.
After organizing his thoughts, he opened his mouth slowly.
“Glesia, have you thought about how often we will meet at the Academy?”
In yesterday’s conversation they agreed that they would spend time together.
They had also promised to meet here today.
He had left it up to Glesia how often they would meet.
“Yes, I’ve decided.”
He felt a twinge of anxiety when she replied while maintaining eye contact.
“How often do you want to meet?”
He thought once a week would be fine.
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“Three times a week.”
Glesia gave a totally unexpected answer.
“…Do you want to meet three times a week?”
“Yes, I’ve heard that class A has a lot of obligations. Maybe it’s the right thing to do.”
She spoke too calmly, although she seemed to be knowledgeable about the A class.
She wanted them to see each other three times a week.
He was even more astonished because she had a serious expression.
Did she want to understand him that badly?
He nodded his head unconsciously.