Kill The Hero – Chapter 67
“It’s the players!”
“The dungeon is clear!”
As players began to appear from the dungeon gate, one after another, the soldiers who were guarding it began to cheer.
“Damn it! Everyone move! Quickly!”
The management team of the AA Guild who was in charge of the dungeon moved towards the gate.
“You are Mr Jung Hyun-soo, right?”
“Please sign here Mr Kim Ji-hyun…”
They were busy telling the surviving players to sign the document to show that they have successfully cleared the dungeon.
It was a lot of work as there were members of several guilds that participated in the attack and not just those from the AA Guild.
Kim Woo-jin also couldn’t avoid it.
A member of the AA Guild who noticed Kim Woo-jin walked out of the dungeon gate came up to him and checked his face and name.
“You are Mr Kim Je-hoon, right?”
The face of Kim Woo-jin who nodded at the question was now that of Kim Je-hoon to whoever saw him.
It was a mask.
Like Isaac Ivanov, Kim Woo-jin now wore a mask with Kim Je-hoon’s face.
“Please sign here.”
With the mask covering his face, Kim Woo-jin signed the document that the staff of the management team offered him.
With the memories of Kim Je-hoon in his head, the way he signed was exactly the same as Kim Je-hoon.
The staff of the management team, who confirmed the signature, bowed toward him.
“I will bring your belongings right away.”
Kim Woo-jin didn’t answer and instead waited for the staff to retrieve the safe with Kim Je-hoon’s wallet, car keys and smartphone.
‘Now I just need to send a text message from his phone.’
Kim Woo-jin intended to have Kim Je-hoon be the sole survivor. At the same time, he intended to turn him into a traitor
It was not difficult.
Kim Woo-jin deliberately intended to make a crack between Kim Je-hoon and the Skull Guild.
In this situation, what would happen if Kim Je-hoon disappeared right after completing the dungeon? The Skull Guild would try to find him.
They would find out that Kim Je-hoon sent a message as soon as he left the dungeon.
They would then find out that the text was sent to a black phone in the Phoenix Guild Headquarters and they would come to their own conclusion.
They’d believe that Kim Je-hoon had betrayed them and sided with the Phoenix Guild.
‘And then I will become their main target.’
Naturally, they would go after Kim Woo-jin first to get to the traitor Kim Je-hoon.
After all, it was Kim Woo-jin who’d first made them suspicious of Kim Je-hoon.
‘This promise should be enough.’
As agreed with Park Yong-wan, the Skull Guild would definitely try to capture Kim Woo-jin with all of its ability.
‘The Messiah Guild will make a move too.’
Kim Je-hoon was one of the key figures who had both his hands and feet in the secrets of the Messiah Guild. It would be strange if they stood still in a situation where he was deemed a traitor, especially since the last known communication he appeared to have had was with the Phoenix Guild.
The Messiah Guild would also move to find Kim Je-hoon and at the same time put pressure on Park Yong-wan.
‘If Park Yong-wan shows the skills he used when he sold out the country, there should be no problem.’
Then Park Yong-wan would then begin to fight the Messiah Guild. Just like before he reverted.
The AA Guild staff member soon returned with a safe that contained Kim Je-hoon’s personal effects and Kim Woo-jin opened it using the password without hesitation.
Then he saw Kim Je-hoon’s wallet, keys and Chaki Smartphone.
“Do you need anything else?”
They asked as Kim Woo-jin took the items.
“Can you fill up my car’s gas?”
Kim Woo-jin acted the way Kim Je-hoon would.
With perfect acting, Kim Woo-jin retrieved the car and immediately headed to Incheon International airport.
The Incheon International Airport, despite the occurrence of monsters, was still packed with travellers. The parking lot was also filled with vehicles left there by passengers.
Unsurprisingly, no one paid it any mind when another car was added to the group.
The fact that the man who got out of the vehicle entered another one in the vicinity also went unnoticed.
“Oh, you’re here?”
A man sat in the driver’s seat with a nasty expression and tried to get Kim Woo-jin’s attention.
However, when all he was met with was resistance, the man proceeded to tear his face off.
Before long, Kim Woo-jin was greeted by what he considered to be the equally ugly face of Lee Jin-ah, who sat in the driver seat with a wide grin.
“I feel like I’m a spy. This is like Mission Impossible. If later my biography becomes a movie, my role would be played by an actor like Leonardo DiCaprio.” (TL: dun dun dunun dun dun dunun…denene)
“You just drove a car.”
“I barely use a car that costs oil these days, he usually makes me use the train.”
Lee Jin-ah clicked his tongue as he spoke, recalling his earlier conversation with Oh Se-chan.
“So thank me. If it wasn’t for me, you might have had to spend two hours on the train.”
At that time, Kim Je-hoon’s car that Kim Woo-jin had left was driven off.
It was evident that Oh Se-chan’s men had begun working.
From now on, Oh Se-chan’s men would be the ones manipulating Kim Je-hoon’s actions. And he’d be sure to leave enough trails and clues as he went.
Like Hansel and Gretel, the trackers would follow the trail and go where they wanted them to go.
By doing so, they would be able to find the identities of the trackers and also connect them to the Messiah Guild.
‘Also, he isn’t an ordinary person. The Messiah Guild should be wary.’
This was why Oh Se-chan’s name was one of the top priority objects that remained in Kim Woo-jin’s memory.
‘Maybe at this point, the Messiah Guild’s greatest enemy is Oh Se-chan.’
“What happened to that guy named Yang Ji-hoo?”
Of course in Yang Ji-hoo’s memories, there was mention of Oh Se-chan’s name. But it wasn’t that important to Kim Woo-jin.
‘Yang Ji-hoo concealed his identity to enter the dungeon but he learned that?’
In Yang Ji-hoo’s memory, he’d gone to hunt Kim Woo-jin with a perfect identity. However Oh Se-chan had still been able to identify him.
Even Kim Woo-jin had to express his admiration.
“Didn’t you meet in the dungeon? How was it?”
Lee Jin-ah, who didn’t know the significance to Kim Woo-jin, was merely asking out of curiosity.
“He was stronger than you.”
When he heard this, Lee Jin-ah’s expression crumpled.
“What kind of combat power do I have? Do you all know my skills? Huh? I’m not joking, if I were to show it properly…”
Lee Jin-ah complained as he pouted like a baby.
“Yang Ji-hoo fought fourteen of my skeletons and destroyed all fourteen of them. If you want to prove that you’re stronger than that, just tell me. We can check at any time. I’ll be happy to help”
“…The truly strong don’t reveal their powers.”
Not willing to say more, Lee Jin-ah immediately started the car.
The car engine gave a low roar and Lee Jin-ah finally said what he really wanted to say.
“There’s a dungeon.”
Lee Jin-ah would never come there just to catch up with Kim Woo-jin.
“The two of us will go and clear it.”
The reason he’d come was to prepare to attack the dungeon.
“There’s a dungeon report on the back seat.”
Kim Woo-jin immediately opened the envelope and took out the file inside.
Then he checked the details.
[Horned Fox Hunt]
The title caught his eye.
“It’s that dungeon in Buncheon.”
He knew a lot about this dungeon.
“You know it?”
Lee Jin-ah wouldn’t have expected it.
“Because the attack failed twelve times.”
He was serious.
The Horned Fox dungeon was a dungeon that had failed twelve times at this point.
This meant two things.
One, it was difficult.
“Yeah, the Horned Fox killed a lot of people.”
The other was that monsters like Horned Foxes were worth taking such risks and challenging to hunt them.
“Well, the Horned Fox truly is worth it.”
“Of course it is, but I’m completing it as Isaac.”
The First Needle Snake Hunter, at least that title was needed.
“So what do we do?”
Kim Woo-jin did not have to think about it for too long.
In fact, he wasn’t worried nor would he lose sleep.
‘There’s no reason to reject the dungeon that I already cleared before returning to the past.’
The Horned Fox dungeon was one Kim Woo-jin had attacked personally before returning to the past and it was one of the decisive dungeons that led him to become famous.
There were two differences.
In his other life, Kim Woo-jin cleared this dungeon in September, three months from now, and at that time it had already been failed nineteen times.
“What’s your answer?”
Right now Kim Woo-jin was a monster that his past self wouldn’t be able to compare to.
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