I Became An Academy Spearman — Chapter 26. Glesia’s Thoughts (2)
Translator: Atlas / Editor: Swords4Fun
It was another short answer.
“Hahaha. No need to apologize. It was a sudden proposal. So it’s normal that you can’t, Glesia.”
She barely recognized his words as she walked away, passing through the crowd heading towards the exit.
She found no reason to talk to Leonhard.
She lost any interest when she was near him.
This man is quite ordinary compared to my sister.
Although Leonhard had a legendary grade attribute like her sister, the two had completely different mindsets. She wanted to reach the same heights as her sister had. And this man didn’t seem particularly necessary for that.
Then she saw Han Seong in the distance.
He was talking to someone cheerfully as if they were friends.
She directed the direction of her steps towards Han Seong.
A different man with a common grade attribute.
He said things she couldn’t understand.
A few days ago she felt him so special that her sister’s image was superimposed on him. Here, she had a reason to try to understand this man.
The speed of her footsteps increased as Han Seong came closer.
Naturally, he began to take a look at the Academy accompanied by Glesia.
He had to do it even though the two of them together stood out because they belonged to different classes.
Lessons were starting tomorrow, but he didn’t even know where the classrooms were.
When he entered the C1 classroom, what surprised him most was the size.
It looks bigger than a university classroom.
The classrooms at the Great Royal Academy were more spacious compared to the university classrooms he had attended in reality.
In addition, the classroom had many tools or devices that he didn’t know what they were for, but they were surely necessary for the lesson. He was amazed.
“The classroom is quite spacious even though it is for Class C.”
“Yes.” Glesia agreed with his words. He looked more carefully inside the classroom.
There were a few people in the same uniform as him.
He finally understood his new reality.
He would be here for a long time.
It’s just… the beginning.
It has been 3 months since he inexplicably entered this world.
But his life was just beginning at the Great Royal Academy.
He felt a bit encouraged with that in mind.
People’s attentions gradually focused on them.
And he was not the primary target of their gazes.
Their gazes were directed towards Glesia, who stood exactly next to him.
Those looks would change completely.
Their curious looks would eventually turn into envious glances.
All because of class differences.
They will feel that they cannot reduce the gap caused by their attributes, and that others with better attributes benefit from discrimination. Naturally, there would be conflicts.
That reality was starker at the Academy.
Scores were not divided by class.
From Class A to Class D, all were evaluated in their entirety.
All the scores of the 1,000 cadets were shown publicly – quarterly in a “global ranking”.
All were evaluated periodically to see where they stood in relation to one another. The class system would become more of a formality then.
Even with all the attention she was getting from them, Glesia continued to quietly look around the inside of the classroom – because she knew she was on top. Posted only on NovelUtopia
Actually, that shouldn’t matter to him. He didn’t know what his first score would be, so he would have to focus his attention on it. He could not afford the assumption that he would be at the top, like she could.
“We’ve already looked at a Class C classroom, how about we go to a Class A classroom?”
She nodded as the others continued looking at her, a little more discreet now.
Then they walked out of the classroom. His heart was pounding as he walked beside her.
But he was determined.
Among them was the A1 class.
The A1 class cadets would react the same way as the C1 class cadets when they entered the classroom.
He had to stand his ground in front of them. Leonhard, the hero of this world, and all the other cadets with monstrous attributes.
I can’t show doubt.
It would all end the moment he lost his self-confidence.