Infinite Mage (Novel) Chapter 81


Nade and Iruki, who had cast teleportation, appeared in front of the cliff of the impassable bridge. The two people who had watched Sienna suffer had burning, fierce gazes.

"How dare you do that to our teacher..."

"What, there were still some fine people left? Anyway, these mages..."

Lucas was also in a bad mood. To think that a person with the title of arch mage made the mistake of missing the target. Moreover, he had to deal with all the sane people.

"Was that woman your teacher? I'm sorry. By now, she must have almost reached the ground. Hahaha."

The moment Lucas finished speaking, Shirone, who had caught Shiina from below the cliff, teleported up. His gaze was no different from his friends. How corrupted must one be to drop a person off a cliff?

"I won't forgive you."

Lucas didn't even listen. He was just annoyed by the situation becoming more complicated.

"Hey, what are you going to do? Is this part of your plan too?"

Lucas made it clear who was responsible. It was because this could be brought up when paying the remaining balance. Canis also did not evade. In the absence of Arcane, he was the leader.

"Arin, step back."

"But Canis..."

"You don't need to step in. Focus on controlling the people. I'll take care of it."

It was too much to expect Arin to control hundreds of people's minds and fight at the same time. As Arin hid among the people, Canis, relieved, approached Shirone’s group.

"Who are you? How did you escape the mind control?"

Iruki spoke.

"Isn't dark magic an outdated magic already? There's plenty of countermeasures."

"Nonsense. If it was that easy to break, those people in the back wouldn't have been affected."

'Well, that's true...'

Canis raised his head and squinted at the sun. It was still a bright time of day since they were at the top of the mountain. However, there was no need for an arch mage's disciple to argue conditions with students.

Lucas, who had been watching with his arms crossed, shouted.

"Hey, what are you going to do? This wasn't in the contract. I could help if you doubled the money."

"I don't need your help. I'll handle it myself."

"Well, suit yourself."

Lucas sighed and stepped back. He had the attitude of not wanting to step out, but his true feelings were the opposite. He pretended not to care, waiting for the battle to start, and then he would stab them from behind. That would be the end.

"Come at me quickly. I'm busy."

Shirone and Canis slowly closed the distance between them. Canis's spirit zone, sensed through synesthesia, was roughly a 50-meter diameter sphere, similar in size to Shirone's.

"I'll handle this. You guys stop that sword man."

Iruki turned to Lucas at Shirone's words.

"That guy? He doesn't seem like he'll intervene, judging by the atmosphere."

"You never know how things will change when the situation arises. He's malicious enough to push Teacher Sienna off a cliff."

Shirone looked back with cold eyes and said.

"Don't believe anything that guy says."

Iruki swallowed dry saliva. Shirone, who switched the circuits in his head to a combat ready, had a different look in his eyes than usual.

Shirone began measuring the timing. Photon Output boasted outstanding activation speed among offensive magic. However, dark attribute magic was not lacking in speed either.

There was no signal to be read from Canis's eyes. An uncertain future swirled around, like the black pupils of an orangutan.

It was not human. An extremely animalistic eye that only those who have survived countless times could possess.

What kind of life would one have to lead to have such eyes?

The two fidgeted with their fingers, and at the moment a bird flapped its wings and took off, they both moved simultaneously. Photon Output and the Power of Darkness moved brilliantly, dazzling the eye.

Shirone cast teleportation and soared upward. The Power of Darkness that followed him vertically melted in the sunlight.

Canis laughed. What he was aiming for was the shadow buried on the ground, not Shirone's body. Shirone, who belatedly recalled the attributes of dark magic, hastily moved outside the cliff. As the shadow disappeared 1,000 meters below, the Power of Darkness that lost its target vanished like flames.

As the Photon Output shot like a rapid-fire cannon, Canis cast Shadow Wall. A thick wall of shadows rose in front of him, absorbing all the photons.

'That's incredible resilience. Blocking light with darkness.'

Dark power to the extent of going against the laws of nature. Shirone, who had increased the power of Photon Output through thousands of rebounds, could guess how strong Canis' mental strength was.

'Then how about this?'

Focusing photons in his hand, Shirone clenched his teeth and threw them. As the Photon Cannon fired, Canis maximized the thickness of the defense wall. The corner of his mouth went up for a moment, as the shadow wall exploded and a flash came in.

'What is this?'

Feeling chills, Canis instinctively cast Dark Skin. As his body turned black, the p Photon Cannon struck his abdomen.


The limit of shock that Dark Skin could absorb had already been surpassed at the moment of impact, and the shock wave shook his internal organ. Canis, who had flown with both legs raised, was buried in the forest.


Arin couldn't believe it. Physical power contained in light. Light is pure energy. If even a small amount of physical force were contained, all the planets with suns would have been shattered.

Lucas's expression became serious for the first time. A magic spell that quickly sends light beams and strikes the opponent. If he had been in Canis's place, his chances of avoiding it would have been fifty-fifty.

'This isn't just bad luck, it's like stepping in poop.'

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