Chapter 4-125: Weird Name

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2055 characters
Translator: Myuu English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1213 words
Editor(s): Yanga, Deximus_Maximus

“S̲h̲i̲t̲, I can’t get through to the academy!” Rosdell smashed the spectrum stone to the ground angrily. “What’s going on with St.Caroline Academy? Are they planning to abandon us in this s̲h̲i̲t̲h̲o̲l̲e̲?!”
“No, they aren’t. There must be some other reasons that they sealed this passage off.”
“And what would that be?”

Durance stroked his chin in thought. “Maybe something has changed in these ancient ruins. But we don’t know what it is. Let’s not speculate.”*


“If your parents didn’t teach you manners, I’d be delighted to do it in their stead.”

Placing his hand on the hilt of his sword, Durance pinned Rosdell with a look.

“Do it! It just so happens that I’m looking for someone to vent my frustration out on!”

Rosdell cracked his knuckles and sneered. “Besides, I’m still not satisfied with the result of the last interacademy competition. Why don’t we do a rematch now?”

“I couldn’t ask for more.”

The situation got heated and the two looked like they were about to fight.

“Enough! Will you two just stop? Nothing good comes out of fighting amongst ourselves in the enemy’s den.”

President Diana intervened to stop the situation from getting worse.

“If this goes on, I think both of you will literally be floored here first before we even defeat the Golden Demon.”

Upon hearing Diana’s words, only then both of them backed down unwillingly.

Despite their differences, they should keep the bigger picture in mind. With hundreds of people watching them right now, they wouldn’t end up well if they chose to keep up with that.

“I know Rosdell has always been short-tempered. But why are you also acting like him lately, senior Durance?” The president frowned and looked at Durance.

“My apologies, I haven’t been feeling at ease lately…”

“Heh, what a load of b̲u̲l̲l̲s̲h̲i̲t̲. It must be because he can’t let his sacred artifact spirit out since these ruins are suppressing the existence of saint-level beings, so he feels restless, like a lost child who can’t find mommy!”


Durance tightened the grip on the hilt of his sword as he took a deep breath, trying his best to calm the raging anger rolling in his chest.

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If he reacted, it would be no different than proving Rosdell’s statement was right.

He assumed his usual graceful demeanor and smiled. “I’ve let my emotions get the best of me. I apologize for making you all worried.”

He then gave the audience that had gathered around them a slight bow.

“Tch, what a hypocrite,” Rosdell muttered under his breath.

“It must be the Golden Demon! She must be the one behind all the misfortune that befell us since the moment we stepped into these ruins!”

Coleman wrapped his arms around himself, his body trembled uncontrollably.

He would never forget how Golden Demon Htilil made him feel.

“With the lack of information currently, we can’t just push all the blame on Golden Demon Htilil,” Diana commented.

“Then tell me, who else in these ruins was targeting us all this time, if not Golden Demon Htilil?” Coleman shot Durane an angry look.

“Our princess got taken away and the passage got sealed. We have already lost a big chunk of our strength before the battle even started. I’m even starting to suspect that those weird things we came across before were part of Golden Demon Htilil’s scheme. She must be lurking in the shadows, snickering at us embarrassing ourselves!”

Diana merely shrugged then looked at Durance. “Senior Durance, what do you think we should do next?”

Durance sank into silence.

With entrance to these ruins sealed off, that meant their escape route had completely been cut off. In this situation, the best approach would be to adapt to the circumstances.

Golden Demon Htilil was simply too terrifying and these ruins themselves were extremely strange. If things went on like this, they were all sitting ducks.

Hence, the only thing they could do now was…

“Let’s rescue Princess Lesiah first.”



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“So this is the lineup of our special assault team?”

At the edge of the forest, President Diana scanned the members of her team.

Standing from left to right was Durance from Holy Dragon Empire, Lucas from Luminous Theocracy, Rosdell from Macedonian Empire, a delicate-looking girl and herself.

Originally, the staffing was more adequate. After all, there were hundreds of elites here. Not to mention other things, if the intelligence could be trusted, the old man named Coleman was the number one expert under saint realm in the Macedonian Empire, and his qualifications were well beyond the new generation leader Rosdell.

But after several discussions again, they decided on a quick assault. So the size of the special assault team was reduced to the optimal configuration of five people.

As for Coleman, he seemed to have been traumatized by Golden Demon Htilil, so he refused to have any contact with her again. Hence, he was tasked with guarding the wounded members in the cave.

“By the way… who is she?”

Diana’s eyes traveled to the delicate-looking girl. Usually, most forces would have the information of young talents in every nation. Given the fact that Diana’s master was someone important in St. Caroline Academy, she’d naturally have the opportunity to access this kind of information.

However… It seemed that she had never heard of this girl. And she wasn’t a particularly outstanding individual during the conference earlier. How did she even become part of the special assault team?

“Ah, President Diana, your reputation precedes you. I am Choobchoob from the Southern Federation.”

Diane froze a little when she heard the name. Admittedly… it indeed sounded a bit weird, so it was getting difficult for her to keep a straight face.

Unsurprisingly, the rest had failed to suppress their giggles. Although they were barely inaudible, everyone present on the scene were well trained enough to hear them clearly.

The delicate-looking girl by the name of Choobchoob looked defeated. “Laugh if you want to, President Diana. I’m aware how funny our names may sound to foreigners.”

“Can I really?”

“Go ahead.”

“BWAHAHAHA!! Choobchoob! I’m dead! How does anyone even come up with such a name?! And here I thought your Chairman Durdur’s name was strange enough. I didn’t expect to find a weirder name! Please forgive me, I really couldn’t hold it back… HAHAHA…” President Diana clutched her aching stomach and nearly died laughing.

“…Durdur is my grandpa.”

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Diana quickly covered her mouth, trying her best to not be rude in front of a stranger she’d just met for the first time.

Choobchoob smiled wryly. This wasn’t the first time she found herself in such a situation.

“I’m here in place of my brother, Cluckcluck since he can’t make it. But I…”

“PFFFTTT… Cluckcluck… HAHAHAHA… Let me guess, you have a Moomoo in your family too?”

“Moomoo is my younger sister…”


President Diana covered her mouth and hammered her chest. She felt like her eyes were about to pop out of their sockets as she tried to swallow her next burning question: ‘Are your family members farm animals or what?’

If she had said that out loud, the Southern Federation would surely put her on their most wanted criminal list.


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