Kill The Hero – Chapter 89
When players from different guilds enter dungeons together, their reactions are always the same.
After they receive the notification about the conditions to clear the first floor, they would gather together with their Guild members and start discussing.
Though there wasn’t anything special to discuss.
Be wary of this person, be careful with this person, get rid of this person, ignore this person, do not help this person.
[To pass the first floor you must cut a tree that has been struck by lightning.]
All 100 members who entered the Firefox Dungeon gathered together the moment they got the notification.
“A tree that was hit by lightning?”
“It’s a search quest.”
“This isn’t too bad. We’ll be able to adjust our condition sufficiently before we move on the next floor.”
However, the reaction of the Messiah Guild and the players they invited was different from the usual cases.
Firstly, the discussion was different.
“Does anyone have any opinions?”
“Does anyone need an interpreter?”
“If you don’t know the public signals, learn them now!”
Rather than whispering in their own groups, everyone spoke loudly as if they were competing to see who was more talkative and loud.
Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese were messily mixed together as though no one cared.
One way or the other, they expressed their thoughts.
“If you have an issue, don’t forget to ask for help!”
“If you need anything, please ask!”
This was the power of the Messiah Guild.
They made the walls of race, nationality, status and language of all those that they’d gathered, meaningless.
This way, everyone did all they could for the sake of clearing the dungeon.
‘It’s been a long time.’
This was the appearance of the Messiah Guild that Kim Woo-jin was willing to give his life for.
Those who were passionately trying to save the world, even if it meant sacrificing their lives.
That was what most of the people here were like.
Most of them here had never seen or met each other before but they’d still be willing to give their lives so that the others could live.
‘It’s a completely different feeling.’
Therefore, Kim Woo-jin’s mood became progressively worse.
He felt misery at the fact that their sublime determination was only to help progress a traitorous bastard’s ambitions.
Of course, Kim Woo-jin wouldn’t reveal his miserable emotions.
What he had to do here was neither reveal his bad emotions nor wallow in his nostalgia from the past.
“There are Orcs!”
Suddenly, as if they were waiting for guests to arrive, Orcs began to appear from their surroundings.
At that time, Kim Woo-jin looked toward Lee Jin-ah, who nodded.
The hunt had started.
The Messiah Guild was a much more closed guild than most people thought.
Was there a need for any more explanation when members were told to not trust anyone except their guild members the moment they join?
When the Messiah Guild sent out letters, it simply meant that they were requesting help.
The requirements to receive these letters was that the abilities of the receiver must be something that couldn’t already be found within their guild. (TL: Abilities here don’t just mean ‘skills’ it’s more comprehensive)
This was why the Messiah Guild’s letters were so glorious.
“Let’s show the Messiah Guild our power today!”
“We won’t lose to anyone. Even if we die, we die first!”
“For the Messiah Guild!”
This was also the reason why those who’d received letters from the Messiah Guild were quite excited to showcase their powers.
So naturally, the first battle involved the 40 players who’d received invitations from the Messiah Guild instead of the Messiah Guild’s members.
“It’s a bunch of Orcs.”
“The number is about 200.”
Thousands of Orcs filled the first floor of the dungeon, the players who received the Messiah Guild’s letters were prepared to face off against these fearsome monsters.
“Don’t get left behind!”
“Show us your skills!”
Everyone went out competitively to hunt the monsters.
The battle that ensued was quite spectacular.
Without knowing what retreating meant, the players who had no intentions of backing down showcased much more determination and power than usual.
They pulled out their 120% as they fought against the Orcs.
The competition between them was pretty even.
Until Kim Woo-jin summoned nine skeletons that is.
A very different situation occurred when the number of skeletons became ten.
While others were fighting, Kim Woo-jin and his skeletons began to slaughter the monsters in earnest.
‘Oh my God.’
‘How does that make sense?’
It was hard to believe even when they could see it.
In such a surprising situation, Kim Woo-jin kept advancing while thinking.
‘Currently, the number of Skeleton Soldiers that I can summon is 30.’
With the Plus Ring, the number of skeletons he could summon had increased to 30, 10 was only the starting point.
If you were to consider in terms of cars, it was like a car that could go 300 km/h moving at only 100 km/h.
And Kim Woo-jin still had the gift given to him by the Messiah Guild.
[You have Summoned a Golem.]
This Golem was the gift.
Of course, by itself, the Golem did not have much combat power.
No matter how high it’s value was, it couldn’t be used as much more than a walking shield.
However, the Golem’s appearance had a greater impact than even the ten skeletons.
The moment the Golem appeared, Lee Jin-ah who had been acting as a tank, immediately began to focus on attacking.
Lee Jin-ah, who’d become a spear from a shield, power was overwhelming. He threw himself into a large group of Orcs without hesitation and began to crush their heads with his fists.
Those who were staggered by his attacks were dealt with by the Skeleton Soldiers.
When the number of skeletons became twenty, it was no longer a competition.
“They’re in a completely different world.”
“So that’s the First Needle Snake Hunter.”
Instead of competing, they were filled with hope.
‘With a monster like this, we’ll be able to defeat the Firefox.’
‘We can definitely clear it.’
Kim Woo-jin and Lee Jin-ah, with the two of them here, there was no doubt that they could clear the dungeon with minimal sacrifices.
This thought went through everyone’s heads.
‘It’s still not enough yet.’
It was only Kim Woo-jin who didn’t dare to believe that he could hunt the Firefox at the level he was at currently.
‘I need to collect at least 3000 bodies on the first floor.’
Therefore, Kim Woo-jin didn’t stop advancing.
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