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Chapter 34 Part 1 - 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,AssassinBonus chapter for reaching 75 rating on Novel Updates. Another bonus chapter on reaching 5 reviews or 100 ratings.

Chaos Attribute


It was the first time I had ever heard of such an attribute.


I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it in my work before…


Why is it?


I couldn’t understand why a setting I had never created was suddenly popping up, so I frowned and asked,


“What is the Chaos Attribute?”


“I know that it’s the basis for magic that goes against the order of things, but other than that, I don’t know much about it.”


“……I see.”


I nodded at Robolt’s words, as even he didn’t know either, and returned to my seat.


Still, it wasn’t like there were no gains.


‘The basis for magic that goes against the order of things.’


There must be an answer in this sentence that Robolt had said.


I didn’t think I needed to rush to find out about it.


For now, it was certain that I could handle the Darkness Attribute.


‘Attributes are based on the four elements.’


Earth, water, wind, fire.


If you add darkness and light to that, you have the six basic attributes.


Among them, I possessed the Darkness Attribute and another attribute, the Chaos Attribute.


I should dig into the Darkness Attribute first.


I’ll probably be able to learn about the Darkness Attribute from Sytan right away.


I’m quite looking forward to the future.


And so, the magic class ended, leaving me with a sense of anticipation.


* * *


Groan.


I stretched because my shoulders were stiff.


My body was sore from sitting for so long.


I had finally finished three classes.


There was only one class left.


‘Swordsmanship class.’


It would be a class that required a lot of physical activity, so I was a little worried.


My body was not yet trained to be suitable for swordsmanship.


What would I learn in swordsmanship class, anyway?


Would I learn the principles of swordsmanship like in the Imperial Academy's classes?


Swordsmanship was the second thing I wanted to learn after magic.


As I waited for the next class with a mixture of worry and anticipation,


Poke. Poke.


Someone was hovering around me.


I couldn’t hide my bewilderment at their sudden appearance and asked,


“What are you doing in front of me?”


"Gasp, you noticed my stealth skills."


It was Fron.


Fron looked up at me with a pale face, her expression grim.


I was speechless.


Was this kind of thing worthy of the grand title of "stealth skills"?


I asked Fron, unable to hide my bewilderment.


"Was that stealth skills?"


“Ugh, that’s not important!”


“Then what is?”


When I asked, Fron leaned her face closer.


I pulled my head back slightly at the sudden close distance.


Although her speech and actions were a bit absurd, tarnishing the atmosphere of our first meeting, Fron’s appearance was considerable, which is why I felt burdened.


Fron continued to speak, heedless of my attitude.


“What the hell are you thinking?”


“What do you mean?”


“I mean provoking that kid.”


Fron pointed to Samuel with her sidelong glance.


Samuel had fallen asleep with his face buried in his arms as soon as class ended.


But provocation…


She must be talking about the encounter I had with Samuel before class started.


I shrugged and answered.


“I just couldn’t keep my mouth shut when he picked a fight with me.”


“You couldn’t keep your mouth shut?”


Fron looked as if she was amazed.


“Is there a problem with that…….”


“Of course there is! That’s why I’m talking to you!”


Before I could finish speaking.


Fron gritted her teeth and began to press me hard.


I frowned thinly at the loud noise that made my eardrums hurt.


There were many things I wanted to ask, but I decided to listen to her first.


“What’s the problem?”


"Are you really asking because you don't know? You're not making fun of me, are you?"


“……Yes, but.”


She kept acting like this, so I started to wonder if I had done something else wrong.


Unable to find an answer, Fron sighed once and said.


"Didn't you bring up his family?"


When I confronted Samuel, I mentioned his family.


It must have been a family that seemed to have no power. That’s how I said it.


Was that the problem?


After all, it was the family of one of the Seven Deadly Sins, so I guess Fron reacted sensitively.


But there was a reason why I brought up his family.


"The forces outside of Sytan can't harm me anyway. You must know that."


Sytan is isolated from the outside.


It’s impossible to even enter without the ‘train’ that I rode to come to Sytan before, and it even takes the form of a labyrinth connected to several dimensions.


That’s why I judged that the Seven Deadly Sins family couldn’t threaten me.


Not only that, no matter how much the Seven Deadly Sins are, harming a student goes against Sytan.


Fron nodded her head excitedly at my confident attitude.


"No, I'm talking about demon to demon. That child's family..."


Ding-dong.


Fron couldn’t finish her sentence.


It was because the bell for the 4th period had suddenly rung.


“……Let’s go back for now.”



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2 Comments

  1. Oh… he just insulted an orphan huh?

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  2. bullying an orphan, the MC is truly evil

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