Infinite Mage (Novel) Chapter 148


“Huhu, I still wish they would come this far. Right, Yuna? I'm dying to see what expression that kid will have when he sees me."

"Help me. Please send me home.”

Yuna knelt down and begged Marsha. She could tell from the attitude of her subordinates that she was number one in the organization.

"It's okay, don't be afraid."

"Then, will you send me home?"

"Of course. It's noisy outside right now, so I'll send you when everything settles down. Speaking of which, can I ask you a favor?"

"Yes? What do you want?”

Approaching Yuna, Marsha gently stroked her hair. Gradually, Yuna's eyes started to lose focus and close.

"Huh? What?"

Yuna didn't even realize that her eyes were closed. She heard a ringing in her ears and lost consciousness without realizing it.

Catching Yuna as she began to fall forward, Marsha looked down at her tenderly, then turned her head and gave a cold smile.

"Huhu, now the fun game begins."

* * *

Falkoa's men were wild and violent. As if fear did not exist in the first place, they was swinging their sword while dealing with mediocre attacks with bare body.

"Attack with the wall force! Charge!"

Their main attack strategy was guerrilla warfare. They took turns attacking in a zigzag pattern, managing their stamina. For Shirone and his group who had never experienced war, it was terrifying.

But the essence of guerrilla warfare was not in ambushes, but in retreat. It seemed the enemies had no intention of fighting head-on.

"Disengage the wall force! Retreat for now!"

"Where are you running to!"

Amy hurriedly fired a series of Flame Strikes. At that moment, the bodies of the enemies glowed and turned into flashes of light, soaring into the sky. A high-pitched voice that shook the air pierced the sky.

"Ugh, so annoying! I missed them again."

As Amy stamped her feet in frustration, Rian comforted her by patting her shoulder.

"But the enemies are also giving their all. Their numbers are increasing, so for now, Yuna should be safe. That's good news for us."

Shirone looked back at his friends and said.

"Let's assess our situation. Anyone injured?"

Injuries must be checked visually. If it's a neighborhood fight, you'll notice just by nosebleeds, but in a life-threatening battle, you might not feel pain because too much endorphin is secreted against adrenaline.

The four people were relieved to realize that there was no problem only after checking each other's physical condition.

However, the enemies had not sustained any injuries either. Even if they tried their best to drive them away, they was running away like a ghost at the decisive moment.

“We haven't been able to knock down a single person so far. This could adversely affect future battles.”

Amy shared what she had analyzed so far.

"I've observed, and I think the secret is in the bracelets they wear. It's definitely a magical device that triggers spatial movement."

Shirone asked with a skeptical expression.

"Is that even possible? It's different from a Magic Bullet. Spatial Movement is a magic that moves a mage. Without Spirit Zone, you can't set a destination, and it's impossible to activate."

Amy had doubts about that too. But strictly speaking, it wasn't entirely impossible.

"Perhaps…. There is a possibility that it is linked with Magic Circle.”

Magic Circle is a schematic that engraves a specific image in space and emits magic on its own. Therefore, by borrowing the power of Magic Circle, it was possible for non-mage to use magic as well.

“Of course, you can't cast Spatial Movement with Magic Circle. But theoretically, if you link it to a recorded Magic Circle in a specific location, it's possible."

Understanding the concept of magic, Shirone nodded. However, Tess was concerned about something else.

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