Chapter 85. Giant (1)
Apollo seriously spoke.
“Are you crazy?”
“I don’t agree with the decision, that’s why I have this attitude.”
“Why don’t you announce everywhere that you are a constellation? Would you like me to make an announcement in the underground station for you? How about a banner?”
Apollo’s eyes sparkled. His gorgeous blond hair reached his shoulders, his golden eyes, his appearance so statuesque it justified his being a god, and a light cloth draped over his body. If he didn’t have such a fierce expression, he would look like a wax figure.
Anubis stood beside him, a little taller than Apollo. His upper body muscles were exposed. His golden jewelry matched his dark skin.
The reason they had this current appearance was because his contractor, Baek-Taebeom, had increased the size of his soul while he was dead.
Of course, that wasn’t the problem. The problem was that he was upset with these two people. No, two constellations.
Why were they overprotecting him anyway? Due to the circumstances, he felt he had to leave this room quickly because they were behaving as if they were his parents, but unfortunately he was in his Soul Sanctuary.
He didn’t understand why two constellations were here. They should be in their own homes, not harassing him in this place.
“Did you hear me?”
“Yes, I hear you.”
“You didn’t, because you’re still a fool.”
Anubis crossed his arms. The muscles in his arms became larger. It was a little uncomfortable to be with two men in a white space where there was only a mattress.
“You guys can’t go back to the size of a fingernail? It’s much more comfortable that way.”
“You didn’t hear anything.”
Apollo said in disgust.
“You have to know you’re in danger. Last time you wandered around you got stabbed.”
His frustration caused Apollo to speak in a loud tone.
“When have I ever been reckless?”
“Always. That’s why they attacked you @sshole.”
Anubis raised his tattooed eyebrows with an uncomfortable face.
But Apollo remained indifferent.
“Yes, you are either @sshole or a fool.”
“You’ve overdone it. You have a contemptuous tendency. Apollo. Such behavior. Possible consequences.”
“You two are too loud, can we go back?”
“I don’t care if you bother! How can I let you talk to that constellation?”
Apollo shouted. He didn’t bother because he knew he was just worried.
“Is that constellation really as you say?”
“Yes, you look like a fool that you think you are a god. Kids don’t know what they’re doing.”
Apollo tugged at his wrist.
“Your arms are too thin! How can you do anything on your own? It didn’t happen because you are a fool?”
“You just say several times that I’m a fool.”
“Looks like I should hit you on the head!”
“Alright. I won’t go alone. Try to calm down.”
Direct contact with a constellation in its true form caused a rather uncomfortable sensation. It was as if they were invading his territory. Apollo knew it too, so he let go of his wrist. Then an elegant gold chair appeared.
He accepted the fact that these two would not leave.
“There is a need for this conversation.”
“Don’t cause trouble or start fights. Understood?”
“I’ll keep that in mind.”
She wanted to applaud his determination, but….
[Someone wants to visit your soul]
[Do you agree?]
He had to answer.
It felt as if a crack was opening, as if space was being torn apart. Something blue slowly stepped through the open gap in the ceiling. The giant, which appeared to be about ten feet tall, strangely turned his head. His hem was stained with mud.
An unknown liquid fell to the floor. The first thought he had as he watched the liquid was who would clean the floor, and his next thought was what the identity of the giant was.