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Chapter 29 Part 2 - The Narrow-Eyed Villain of the Demon Academy

The worst and strongest villain. I became a narrow-eyed character Arsene Adel. DBT,Korean,Novel,Translation,Academy,NEVDA,Fantasy,Possession,Assassin


After the entrance ceremony, we were assigned to our classes.


The classes were divided into five: A, B, C, D, and E.


They weren’t divided based on ability.


They were simply divided randomly.


‘Of course.’


The Imperial Academy divided its classes based on the students’ abilities, but that was impossible at Sytan.


The students of Sytan were forces that would be immediately deployed to the front lines of the human world, so their compatibility with each other was important.


So what would be the point of dividing them into classes based on ability?


Of course, that wasn’t the only reason.


Strong students and weak students.


If students were to be classified based on these two criteria, then right now, even if a weak student with latent talent were unable to blossom due to not receiving proper lessons, they might not be able to shine until the very end.


Furthermore, Sytan was a group comprised of the elite of the Demon Realm.


Among them, the descendants of the Seven Deadly Sins, who were the most outstanding, would assume the role of commanders.


With the exception of the leaders, the subordinates should be equal, which was why the classes weren’t divided based on ability.


‘Which class am I in?’


I approached the bulletin board with the class assignments and checked my name.


[1 – A]


Class 1, Grade A. That was my class.


I turned my gaze to check which class Rene was in.


Let’s see. Rene is…


‘She’s in a different class from me.’


Rene was in Class 1, Grade C.


Even though it was the class next door, I felt a little better since I had been placed in a different class from her.


Lucky me.


“That’s too bad. I didn’t think we’d be separated like this.”


When I let out a regretful sigh, Rene frowned.


“Wipe that smirk off your face.”


Gasp.


I hurriedly composed my expression.


The fact that I was slightly happy had inadvertently shown on my face.


Rene, who had been about to say something, let out a deep sigh.


Thankfully, she didn’t seem angry…


Anyway.


‘I’ll be able to relax for the time being.’


Now, I wouldn’t have to act as Rene’s servant while taking classes.


I would still have to follow her around during free time or when our schedules overlapped, but at least I would be treated better than I am now.


A slight sense of liberation.


That was enough for me.


Rene and I followed the other students who had begun to move and headed to our respective classes.


“......”


Rene stared blankly at me, her expression still not relaxed, as if she didn’t approve of me laughing just now.


‘I’ll ignore her.’


Pretending not to notice her gaze, I entered the classroom with the nameplate for Class 1, Grade A.


I looked around the classroom.


I could see students who still seemed awkward.


It was a new semester, and most of the students were meeting each other for the first time, so it was inevitable that they would be a little shy.


But that didn’t matter.


What mattered was whether or not the descendants of the Seven Deadly Sins were in this class.


‘Thankfully, those two aren’t here.’


Those two are referred to Baltan and Diana. I had already clashed with Baltan before, so things were awkward between us, and Diana was awkward for no reason at all.


I guess you could say that there was an untouchable aura about her.


Undoubtedly, she's someone I'll have to win over to my side someday, but approaching her right now was risky.


As the final boss of the Demon Realm, there was a sense of distance from her...


Still, we'll meet again someday.


I need to build up my strength to be on her side then, but that's not important right now.


'...So, there are no descendants of the Seven Deadly Sins.'


It was a bit troubling.


Assuming my prediction is correct, we'll be dispatched to the human world in groups in the future.


It goes without saying that the group with the most powerful students will have the advantage.


That's when my expression hardened.


"Move."


A cold voice pierced my ears.


I turned my head and saw a small child looking up at me with cold eyes.


The dark eye shadow around his eyes and his thick navy hair made the boy's face look sinister.


His tone was arrogant enough to make me feel slightly offended, but...


I quietly moved out of the way.


"Go ahead."


The boy passed me without even replying.


If a normal student had shown such an attitude, I would have been upset, but I didn't show any dissatisfaction.


To be precise, there was no one to show my dissatisfaction to.


The boy was a member of the Seven Deadly Sins.


'So that kid was here.'


My eyes widened in surprise.


I thought there weren't any descendants of the Seven Deadly Sins in my class, but I was wrong.


The descendant of the Barus family, who is in charge of Gluttony among the Seven Deadly Sins.


Samuel.


In the original story, he appears with Fron.


Of course, the fact that he is killed in the human world is no different from the other children of the Seven Deadly Sins, but he was definitely strong.


'The risk of dying has decreased a little.'


Since there is one descendant of the Seven Deadly Sins, I won't die suddenly in the human world...


His personality seems a bit dirty, but I'm sure he'll be fine once we get to know each other.


...He'll be fine, right?



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