|Author: We Ain’t Fish||Original Source: SFACG||Word Count: 1619 characters|
|Translator: Myuu||English Source: Re:Library||Word Count: 982 words|
|Editor(s): Yanga, Deximus_Maximus|
The golden-robed priest didn’t expect that this young girl with a sinister-looking demon mask would not only fight him in front of the huge crowd, but also try to kill him.
Even if she had a saint-level expert with her, this was Aeria — the place that was closest to the Radiant Goddess.
The small fist instantly enlarged as it drew closer to the priest’s eyes. Before it even reached him, the wind it carried broke his skin and drew blood. The priest couldn’t even process the pain in time, let alone cast magic to block the punch.
It was at this critical moment, that the robe the priest was wearing burst into dazzling golden light, weakening the strength in Lilith’s fist. The punch which could have blown the priest’s head like a watermelon ended up only causing the expression on his face to contort by the time it connected.
Even so, it was still enough to render the weak golden-robed priest useless in combat.
The golden-robed priest tumbled like a fish. He flipped 7,200 degrees through the air before crashing into the gallow behind him and breaking it.
“Tch, how fortunate of you.”
Lilith glanced at the golden robe that had withstood ninety percent of the force in her punch, only to find that it had dimmed. She immediately lost her interest and ignored the unconscious priest.
When the other priests and templars saw their boss being knocked down with just a punch, no one dared to stand in Lilith’s way. They just let her go to Jasmine and break the noose around her neck.
“Alright, you can go now.”
“You’re…” Jasmine’s face was tear-stained and blood-streaked. It also seemed like she hadn’t recovered from the shock of this incident yet.
“You don’t recognize me?” Lilith was astonished.
“How am I supposed to recognize you when you’re wearing a mask?” Jasmine tilted her head, while thinking to herself that her savior seemed to be quite a silly goose.
“I see…” Lilith’s lips curled into a smile as she deliberately deepened her tone, “It doesn’t matter who I am.”
“But how can I ever repay you if I don’t know who you are?”
“I didn’t rescue you to be rewarded.”
Lilith made a pose that she thought would look cool and said, “I am a chivalrous warrior who never needs a reason to lend a hand.”
“So… So cool!” Jasmine’s eyes sparkled, completely ignoring the fact that this ‘cool’ warrior before her was just a loli that was about the same size as her.
Lilith patted Jasmine on her shoulder, “Alright, you shouldn’t stay here any longer. Go now.”
“T-Then… how can I meet you again?” Jasmine clasped her hands in front of her chest, acting all girly.
“Our next meeting shall be decided by… fate.”
The light in Jasmine’s eyes dimmed slightly, “Oh… I see…”
“But…” Lilith paused briefly before continuing, “I think fate still has a lot in store for us.”
“But of course, I never lie.”
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After hearing that, Jasmine’s gloominess instantly cleared up.
“My name is Jasmine, Ayasha Jasmine.”
She pecked on Lilith’s mask with lightning speed, then smiled at her as gorgeously as a blooming lily.
“Well then, I shall look forward to our next fateful meeting!”
After saying that, even Jasmine was embarrassed by her own words. She lowered her head, blushed and quickly disappeared from Lilith’s sight.
Lilith caressed her own mask, wondering to herself if she had just been sexually assaulted.
However, this wasn’t the time to care about that kind of thing because an even bigger trouble awaited her.
The moment Lilith knocked the golden-robed priest down, the crowd had pretty much dispersed. Although Sae had established a domain, it wouldn’t prevent ordinary people from leaving.
Hence, a huge open space was cleared.
At the far end of this open space where illusion and reality blurred, stood a girl in white.
Although she wasn’t the most stunning girl in the world, she was attracting a lot of light by just standing there.
“How did you find me?” Lilith asked.
“By following the guidance of the goddess,” Thea replied with a smile. Even so, Lilith couldn’t feel the smile in her eyes.
“And, you’re here to take me back?”
“No,” Thea shook her head. “I didn’t bring anyone with me. If I did, Sae wouldn’t allow me to enter.”
“Then what can you possibly do alone?”
“I’m only here because I have a question for you, Lilith.”
“What is it?”
“Why… Why did you do that?”
There was a trace of sadness on Thea’s face.
The vacant houses in the surrounding suddenly caught fire out of the blue, both of them were surrounded by the blazing flame.
That didn’t seem like just ‘a trace’ of sadness.
“Is there any reason that forced you to do that, Lilith? If that’s the case, then…”
“There’s no particular reason. I was simply venting my anger.”
She couldn’t even bring herself to lie to Thea when the latter was in this state.
“Venting… your anger?” Thea lowered her head and concealed the expression on her face. However, everything around them was engulfed by the flames. Everything that could catch fire was reduced into dust.
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“Just to… vent your anger?”
There was nothing else to fuel the flames, but they burned with more intensity.
“If that’s the case… then I can only…” Thea raised her head, the transparent droplets on her face instantly evaporating.
“Personally pass my judgment on you, Lilith!”
Columns of pure white light fell from the sky and caged Thea inside.
The raging flames were instantly extinguished by the brilliance of the pure white light columns.
In the middle of the columns, a pair of white wings sprouted from Thea’s back and slowly spread open.
She looked like an angel who had just descended.
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