I Grabbed the Tyrant’s Heart - Chapter 115
”Why? Are you angry?”
“Was I angry?”
Weathering suddenly loosened his arms and shrugged.
“Then why all of a sudden?”
“I’m thinking of doing an in-depth study. The fastest way to do research is to experience it with your own body, so I’m going to go to training for that.”
“Do you mean to get yourself hit by a magic storm? I wouldn’t recommend that.”
“Of course I want to avoid that too.”
“Don’t say… you’re trying to cross dimensions?”
Weathering’s mouth opened wide.
“Then I’ll go with you!”
“According to my guess, Weathering wouldn’t be able to go.”
“Because you are a pure-blooded human.”
“You don’t know that for sure, right?”
I didn’t hesitate to deny it when I told him other things besides the fact that I would go to another world through the fairy world.
“It’s Guana Mountain anyway. It’s not far, and if I’m mistaken, I can just go back.”
“Do you know where the entrance to Guana Mountain is?”
“You remember the Emerald Lake, right? The place where the angels bathed. I wonder if it was there where the angel and the woodcutter met or parted ways.”
Seeing me acting carefree, Weathering shook his head. But he was also reminded.
If my assumption is correct, Weathering and my research will gain momentum and the door to another world will open when certain conditions are met.
Then, by arbitrarily adjusting the conditions, we can try to open a door to move from this space to another space.
This will eliminate the convenience of only being able to move a small number of people like teleportation, although there is a limit to drawing the magic circle.
Best of all, we can create doors wherever we want. There has to be a magic circle in the destination as well, but as long as there is an entrance, the exit can be made whenever we want.
In addition, this makes long distance travel easier. Apart from that, there would be many ways it can be utilized.
“Weathering would rather be a hindrance.”
Weathering didn’t seem confident to say no to me after witnessing my landslide victory over Count Daidi.
“Then there is nothing I can do.”
“I won’t mind if you get yourself a new assistant.”
“Why? I saw a girl chasing Weathering before, she’s cute. And smart.”
“I don’t want to.”
Weathering only refused without an explanation.
“Come back soon, Euel.”
“Don’t wait, I might be late.”
“I’m going to another dimension. I never know how long it will take.”
Weathering seemed oddly relieved at the answer. Did I just see it wrong?
I actually know he felt about me, but is ignoring it a relief for him?
“I’m not sure if I’ll continue to attend the Concium even after I come back.”
“Then it can’t be helped. Still, I won’t have anyone but Euel as my assistant.”
“Do what you want. Just what Weathering wanted.”
The other person didn’t say anything to me, so I don’t have to worry about it.
“I’ll be waiting, Euel.”
The best I can do for him is to just deny him who was hiding his true feelings.
Weathering stared at me with an expression I had never seen before, and then laughed. Holding his face for a while, he let go of his hand, and it was no different than usual.
“Have a safe trip.”
He didn’t answer me back when I told him not to wait, but he didn’t stop me either.
That was the distance between Weathering and me.
I sent letters to other friends saying that I was leaving for a while regarding the research I was doing. I was going to send it on the day of my departure, but I decided to see them directly because I thought I should explain the situation.
“Even if I’m not here, you can just marry when the time comes for you to get married.”
Aurin and Ethyl were silent for a moment.
“No such thing.”
Ethyl and Aurin laughed when they answered at the same time.
“Wow, Ethyl Bonart. Are you abandoning your affection for your childhood friend long ago? Are you saying you’ll get married right away?”
“No, because you said so.”
I think Ethyl wants to marry Aurin whenever he gets a chance. Aurin, on the other hand, was genuinely concerned.
“I don’t understand the academic part well, but that means you’re going to travel far, right? Isn’t that dangerous?”
According to my expectation, since I am going to the fairy world, there should be no particular problem. But Guana Mountain is a tough place. A secret place where no one has been able to go since magic builds up there.
“Well. You don’t have to worry too much. I will be back.”
Next were my parents.
I couldn’t say I remembered my previous life. I honestly admit that despite dedicating my life to finding my mother who gave birth to me and raised me in my previous life, my current parents were also precious to me.
That’s why I explained to them that it was research that I had been conducting with curiosity. Instead, I told them about going from the fairy world to another dimension.
“Then Euel, how will you come back?”
Father’s eyes shook aimlessly.
“Euel, I understand you’re going. When will you be back? Where can Dad go to see you?”
I vaguely calculated the time.
However, looking at the angel and the woodcutter, I had a hunch that it would take longer than expected. Just like a day for the angel was a year for the woodcutter, this place and the world beyond the fairy world might have completely different times.
Weathering must have understood this when he said that he would wait.
“Yes, Euel. Tell me.”
I couldn’t give a definite answer because what I was trying to do was unprecedented.
“I… I don’t know either.”
I wanted to shut my eyes tight and turn away from everything, but I couldn’t avoid it.
“As far as I know, I’m the first person to do something like this, so I can’t be sure.”
“Dad can’t let you go!”
Father jumped up and grabbed his hair with both hands. Mother tried to calm him down, but for the first time, Father rebelled against Mother.
“But Millen, it’s what Euel wants.”
“If Euel gets hurt! I won’t be able to bear it, I can’t!”
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