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Chapter 56 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

“Do you intend to break the oath?”

I gave a sly smile at Robolt, who was being brazen.

"It seems like this research is being conducted without the Headmaster's permission, isn't it?"


Robolt broke out in a cold sweat and gasped, as if I had hit a nerve.

Watching him, I clicked my tongue inwardly.

I knew it.

The first thing that had felt off about this research was the oath.

There was nothing strange to be found anywhere in Robolt’s research.

Of course.

Wasn’t seeking and researching the unknown a basic quality of a scholar?

So, was the identity of the ancient book a dangerous relic?


Therefore, if he had followed proper procedures and obtained Sytan's permission, there would have been no need for secrecy.

But why would he ask for the cooperation of talented students in his research while making them swear an oath?

This was clearly an attitude that was difficult to understand in general.

So the conclusion I came to was simple.

Research conducted without Sytan’s permission. That was my conclusion.

“Of course, the oath states that I must keep it a secret, so I will not say what kind of research the Instructor is doing.”

Robolt couldn’t open his mouth, as if he had anticipated what I was going to say.

I looked at him coldly and added,

“But is it worth risking exposure and incurring the wrath of the Headmaster? Unlike you, a well-established instructor, I’m just a mere student. It’s not impossible that I could be expelled.”


Knowing his guilt, Robolt couldn’t answer and just slumped his shoulders.

There may have been a reason, but what was certain was that he had kept his research a secret from Sytan’s side.

I could guess the reason, too.

For Sytan, who was preparing for war, researching ancient mysteries was a waste of both time and resources.

That’s why I thought they wouldn’t allow it, so he must have started the research in secret.


This was something that could harm even me, who participated in the experiment.

Anyway, he proceeded with the research without Sytan’s permission.

Could Robolt not have known that?

‘Of course he knew.’

He must have known.

But he must have been reluctant to give up, given the time and effort he had put in.

He must have done it because he couldn’t solve it on his own.

“Since we’re already in the same boat, I’ll help you with your future research, but you’ll have to prepare a bigger reward.”

Of course, I intended to continue our collaboration and reap the benefits, but I wouldn't let him off easy.

Robolt muttered weakly, succumbing to my pressure,

“……I understand.”

Then, Robolt lifted his head slightly and looked at my face, and I snapped my fingers.


Robolt flinched, realizing what it meant.

I wasn’t going to let this slide either.

“Mana Potion, give me more.”


In the end, I managed to extract one more high-grade mana potion and one mid-grade mana potion from Robolt.

Robolt, who handed me two bottles of potion, suddenly asked a question out of curiosity.

“By the way, what are you going to use the oath for?”

I didn’t tell him the exact answer.

I just smiled ambiguously and said,

"I'm planning to acquire a slave."

* * *

That morning.

I left the dormitory and headed to Kyle.

In my hand was the Demon God’s Oath, which was for a smooth contract with Kyle.

I opened the door to the room hidden in the dark corner of Sytan and stepped inside.

“……Are you here.”

I showed my hand to Kyle, who was staring at me with an unpleasant look.

“It’s been a long time.”

“Ha, what do you mean by ‘long time’?”

Kyle responded coldly.

I thought he was joking, but he seemed to be taking my words seriously, which startled me.

‘Was I the type of person who would make such jokes?’

I definitely wasn’t that type of person.

……After living in this body for a long time, it seemed that my inherent nature was starting to show itself more often.


That wasn’t important.

It was finally time to make the contract that I had promised with Kyle.

“Shall we draft the contract now?”

I took out the Demon God’s Oath and a fountain pen from my arms.

Kyle muttered in surprise at the sight.

“……You really brought it.”

“I only brought it because you asked me to.”

“I didn’t think you’d really bring it today……”

“There’s no time to hesitate now. If you’re thinking of breaking the contract, you’d better be prepared.”

I tried to show my killing intent, wondering if he was trying to break the contract, but Kyle shook his head.

“I have no intention of breaking it. I was the one who wanted the Demon’s Oath.”

“Then let’s write it.”

“……Let’s do it.”

Kyle still looked reluctant.

However, he didn’t seem to be thinking of going back on the contract.

In fact, even if Kyle didn’t want to make the contract, he had to.

His life and his sister’s life depended on this contract, so the oath was essential.

‘It’s a complete scam, though.’

I couldn’t kill either him or his sister.

However, Kyle didn’t know this fact, so he had no choice but to fall for my scheme.

Even so, he would be able to save his life, so it wouldn’t be a completely losing deal for Kyle.

Or maybe not.

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