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Chapter 56 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,Assassin

I was briefly taken aback by the situation I could never have imagined.

I quickly sorted out the situation.

'Was it a passage related to the Demon God?'

That would make sense.

The ancient book with only one page left, the abandoned house, an abandoned house, and villagers with no recollection of them

If the Demon God was involved, this level of mystery was hardly surprising.

That's what I was thinking when.

『Those who defied the rules...』

Distinctly interpreted passages began to enter my field of vision.

The letters were being modified so that I could recognize them.

『...The price for defying the rules was cruel. Everything is disappearing. The annihilation continues. Until the end of the world.』

'What kind of nonsense is this?'

I couldn't help but feel bewildered.

I couldn't interpret the passage no matter how many times I read it.

I could tell what was written, but I didn't know what it meant.

I frowned at the passage that I couldn't understand at all.

Then, Robolt, who had been watching me intently, opened his mouth.

"Is something wrong?"


Robolt asked, looking back and forth between the passage and me.

Perhaps Robolt couldn't see the modified passage.

I kept silent for a moment before explaining to him.

"I interpreted the passage."


Robolt was surprised by my unexpected declaration and asked back.

I calmly caught my breath and read the original passage.

Robolt's eyes widened after hearing the whole explanation.

"It's true! The syllables match perfectly. Hmm, it could be related to the chaos attribute...! It's such a rare attribute, it has significant research value..."

Robolt muttered to himself.

I waited for Robolt, who seemed to need some time alone.


Robolt cleared his throat and spoke after finishing his thoughts.

"It seems that student Adel's interpretation is correct. We'll need to do more research to find out more, but for now, it's a huge discovery."

"Is that so?"

"Yes! I'm going to start interpreting this passage now... but I don't think I need student Adel's help with this part. I'll have to look through other ancient books."

Does that mean I don't have to do anything else?

It also meant that there wouldn’t be any more bothersome work, so I could breathe a sigh of relief.

“However, I might need to visit other regions to acquire those ancient books. For now, it seems like student Adel won’t be of any more help in the current research.”

“I understand.”

I might have something to do later on, but…

For now, the remaining research will be Robolt’s job.

‘Wait a minute.’

If Robolt researches other ancient books or relics…

I looked down at the necklace.

Three of its circles were glowing red.

However, I didn’t know what would happen once all the circles on this necklace were illuminated.

Then, how about entrusting the necklace to Robolt for now?

‘I don’t even know how to use it anyway…….’

But I soon stopped thinking about it.

A necklace related to the Demon God.

Even though I had become acquainted with Robolt, he wasn’t someone I could trust, so I couldn’t entrust it to him.

For now, it seemed better for me to keep it.

Because, like now, I never knew when or in what situation I would be able to fill the necklace’s light.

“Ah, I’ll pay you the reward now.”

Robolt, who had been writing down the text that I had interpreted, opened his mouth.

“Hmm? Really?”

I asked back with a bright smile.

I had assumed it would take some time to prepare the mana potions, even if he had the Demon God's Oath readily available.

It was natural for me to feel happy at Robolt’s words that he would give them to me right away.

Robolt smiled at my brightly lit expression.

“If it weren’t for student Adel, I wouldn’t have been able to interpret this book. There’s still a lot I need to figure out, but I’ll ask for your help again then. Of course, I’ll pay you more.”

Was it because I was the only student who had deciphered the ancient book? Robolt seemed to be trying to build a good relationship with me.

There was nothing bad about being close to Robolt, who was both an instructor and a scholar.

He would surely pay me a generous reward, so there was no reason not to accept.


“For now, I’d like to see the reward for this research first.”

There was something bothering me, so I decided to receive the reward and think about it.

“Yes, please wait a moment!”

Robolt readily agreed to my words.

“Hmm, it was around here somewhere…….”

After saying that, Robolt began rummaging through his study.

He soon took out three glass bottles and two pieces of paper.

In the glass bottle, black waves rippled.

The mana potions used by humans were blue, but the mana potions used by the demons were black.

‘The effect is not much different.’

It was just a difference in color; they both restored mana.

The effect might differ depending on whether one was a human or a demon, but at least that didn’t apply to me.

After all, I was half-human and half-demon.

“Here, take it.”

Robolt placed the mana potion and the oath in my arms.

I didn’t need to check if these were high-level potions.

The Demon God’s Oath was absolute, so it couldn’t be broken.

“I will receive it with gratitude.”


I bowed my head and replied to Robolt.

Robolt responded with a bright smile.

“I am the one who is grateful. I will ask for your help in the future. Oh, and you must not tell anyone else about my research!”

When Robolt earnestly asked me, I showed a puzzled smile.

"Well, wouldn't that depend on what you do, Instructor?"

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