I Became An Academy Spearman — Chapter 19. Academy Entrance Ceremony (3)
Translator: Atlas / Editor: Fafa
He turned his gaze in that direction, not knowing what was going on.
“Didn’t you hear, why are you sitting next to me? There are other empty seats, right?”
He blinked before answering the high-pitched voice’s questions.
This girl’s hair color was rather unusual.
She was wearing it in two ponytails.
The peculiar hairstyle was the first thing that caught Han’s attention.
He was speechless for a moment.
That was because he knew this woman.
It was the first time they had actually met, but, ironically, he knew her.
Her name was Luna Vermont
She was one of the heroines involved with Leonhard, the main character in the world of the novel. She was also the woman with the dirtiest character.
Her hairstyle stood out so much that her name immediately came to his mind.
There could be no other person with this hairstyle than Luna.
“Hey! Are you deaf?”
She spoke to him fiercely. He was still dumbfounded.
“Is this seat reserved for someone? You shouldn’t care where I sit. Don’t you realize we’re in the same class, C1?”
“I don’t care. I hate having to sit next to a commoner like you.”
He couldn’t help but laugh at her blunt response.
It seemed to him that what she was saying was nonsense. She, too, had been assigned to class C1, just like him.
However, as the gazes around him gradually focused on them, he stood up thinking that he couldn’t fight back at the entrance ceremony.
“Alright. I should avoid you because of your dirty character.”
“…What? What did you say!?”
Luna shouted so loud that his ears were ringing. He just looked at her blankly.
She stopped when their gazes met.
He’s heard from many people that it’s scary when someone stares into their eyes in silence. And in some unnecessary disputes, he would rather look the other person in the eye than say anything. The impression that this makes on people was greater than anyone can believe.
“We’re at the entrance ceremony, there’s no need to make a fuss.”
He spoke softly with a calm expression. Then he turned to walk away.
He sat down after a few seats. He didn’t move much, but since the auditorium was quite a large space, the distance was wider than he thought.
“Haah, it seems commoners don’t know how to apologize.”
Although he heard what she mumbled, he didn’t even address her with a glance.
A strong-willed character who behaved rudely.
But he was more curious as to why that woman was in Class C as he was.
As far as I know, Luna was in class B3 in the original novel? She’s good enough to be there.
She would later become involved with Leonhard. When the attribute she possessed showed its true value, she would undoubtedly reach the A class.
Luna had a rare grade attribute, but it was to be considered beyond grade.
It was an attribute that did not fit her fierce personality.
At first, no one recognized her true value.
Healing attributes received a high valuation compared to others, because it was more difficult to heal a person than to hurt one. Posted only on NovelUtopia
However, there was an unusual aspect to Luna’s Battle Healing attribute.
It could heal someone by the amount of damage inflicted. It was generally referred to as ‘conditional healing’.
Of course, no one at the Academy knew about it yet. Even Luna herself was unaware of the true value of her attribute.
An idea popped into his mind as he organized his thoughts.
Wait. On second thought, do I have to approach Luna?
She treated him badly from the beginning, so he acted coldly.
But Luna’s ability was not mediocre.
In the medium term she related to the main character almost as if she was indispensable because her excellent healing effects played an important role.
He sighed. Perhaps he had acted badly due to his emotional bias.
When he turned his head unconsciously, his eyes met Luna’s.
She averted her gaze with a snort. Until a moment ago she was looking at him as if puzzled. He couldn’t understand it.
Why was she looking at me?
He wondered if there was any reason.
Gradually, people took the seats one by one.
“Please excuse me.”
He looked at Luna as he pulled back his legs to give him space to pass someone who was going to sit near him.
Who could really sit next to Luna with that bad personality?
He was curious.
As he expected, Luna continued to fuss.
“…What did you say?”
Every time someone tried to sit near her, Luna rudely prevented them from doing so. Eventually people would sit down keeping their distance from her.
Luna stood her ground even though everyone seemed annoyed.
Being so blatant is a skill. Seriously.
He was surprised. He wondered if Luna intended to remain isolated.