Infinite Mage (Novel) Chapter 146


Tess was rather uneasy about Shirone's rapid change of position. From what they had gone through, she knew just how rationally he viewed the world.

Shirone was not a person who adjusted the situation according to his mood. But that's not to say he was cold-blooded either.

He just knew how to control his emotions, but there must have been numerous conflicts in his mind.

Tess saw that Shirone's current condition could adversely affect the battle.

“Shirone, there's no need to worry. We're not going to fight, we're going to rescue Jis' sister. It's enough to find out for ourselves what kind of person Marsha is.”

Shirone forced a smile. He knew what Tess was worried about, but that just made him more determined.

If the woman he confirmed with his own eyes was truly a villain, he planned to forget all the emotions he had so far and defeat him with all his might.

"Don't worry. I won't make a mistake."

Shirone kicked the horse and quickly cut through the night air.

Forced Breakthrough (1)

There is no road from the west to the northern hideout. This is because there is an indigenous autonomous zone in the center.

The ones who kidnapped Yuna circled around Toa Mountain and headed towards the hideout. By the time they arrived at their destination, it was already dawn.

In a shabby building like a warehouse, Falkoa was sitting on a chair. The shells of chewed Loops were strewn beneath his feet as he sat there blankly with half-closed pupils.

The men who opened the warehouse door bowed to Falkoa and threw the bag containing Yuna to the floor.

There was a thud, but no scream escaped. However, intense trembling could be felt from inside the sack.

From the range of the shaking, you could tell how terrified she was.

As Falkoa chinned, his subordinate drew a knife and tore through the sack. Yuna, soaked in tears and sweat, was revealed as if a cocoon had been opened.

Yuna's eyes were filled with despair as she looked around in fear. She didn't know where, but the fact that she had run all night long told her that time was passing.

In front of her, a man who didn't seem sane was looking down at her with dilated pupils, and near the entrance, scary-looking men had blocked even the places to escape.

"Pl- Please spare me."

"You guys can go out."

The subordinates, who knew from experience what would happen if they disobeyed their boss, opened the door and disappeared as soon as Falkoa instructed them.

Left alone with Yuna, Falkoa came closer, chewing on Loop.

"You're better than I expected. Do you know why you're here?"

"I, I don't know. Please send me home."

"I'm sorry, but I can't. My plan is to make you the most miserable human in the world. Why? Because your brother sold you."

Yuna froze as if in shock. But she still believed in Jis in heart. What kind of brother would sell his little sister to someone like this?

"That can't be true! My big bro cares about me the most!"

"Is that so? Then why are you here now? I gave a tremendous gift to Jis and got you."

Falkoa didn't think his words were false. After all, he had saved his life, so isn't it like giving him a huge sum of money?

On top of that, he even guaranteed him time to miss Amy, so it wasn't an exaggeration to say that he was Jis' benefactor.

"That can't be true! My big bro couldn't have sold me!"

Yuna shouted as she grabbed her chest to overcome her fear. The fact that she had been dragged somewhere unknown was shocking, but even more so was the thought that her brother had sold her.

"Send me to my big bro! I'll ask him myself!"

"Hey, little missy. You don't seem to understand the situation. You can't go home. You can't ever return. There are two options. Either die to me or kill yourself.”

"No! That can't be true! Kyaak!"

Falkoa abruptly approached and grabbed Yuna's wrist. Pulled by irresistible strength, Yuna was forced to her feet and was thrown into Falkoa’s arms.

"Go away, you bad man!"

For a moment, Falkoa, who savored the delicate girl's resistance, twisted Yuna's arm as she broke it. Then she threatened, clutching both of her cheeks in his hands.

"Don't exhaust yourself too much at the start. There will be plenty of opportunities for you to scream."

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