s: a warrior who fought with their physical power and a wizard who dealt with magic.
However, in reality, the two were not completely divided, and most hunters learned as little as they could while they focused on one.
This was because the use of various forces increased the birth rate in the dungeon beyond the gate or the fight against monsters.
“Some of you might think that the magic of ignition is not important, but if you learn roughly, you’ll never get out of Silver Class, so you’d better work hard.”
Lee Chang-wan, an old man who looked at the students who were not interested, turned his body and moved his touch pen on the electronic board and began drawing formulas.
Kang Yoo-sik, one of the cadets he glared at earlier, smiled stealthily, and looked at his back.
‘I never thought I’d see this old man here.’
Former B-level Hunter.
The image of Lee Chang-wan once called “Goblin Fire” reminded Kang of the future he knew.
Lee Chang-wan entered Sungjin Military Academy to find someone to pass on his vision magic to, but two years later, he quit teaching because he could not find the right person.
Then, despite his old age of 64, he began his career again as an active member.
Surprisingly, he had improved his vision magic further and had grown to level A and become a famous wizard.
‘And he died of natural causes, perhaps because he couldn’t find anyone to teach his magic until the very end.’
Usually, when someone felt that it’s time to die, he might teach others or leave his magic book, but Lee Chang-wan did not leave his vision magic until the last minute despite the persuasion of others.
Kang Yoo-sik was also one of the people who tried to appease him with money at the time but was rejected, so the scene that unfolded before his eyes was pleasant.
‘Someone who is begged to teach later is being ignored here…….
At the rare scene that no one could see, Kang Yoo-sik looked pleasant, and Lee Chang-wan, who wrote down all the formulas, turned around.
“Remember the formula I just drew in your head completely.
And when you keep thinking of it and draw out your mana, drag it down to your fingertips.”
Small embers of fire sprang from Lee Chang-wan’s fingertips, and students with no interest in him also paid attention.
After seeing the eyes gathered, Lee Chang-wan removed the embers with a satisfied look, followed by an explanation.
“It’s simple magic compared to the spells we’ll learn afterward.
If you listen to the solution and understand it properly, the sensible ones will be able to use it today.”
Kang Yoo-sik smiled inwardly at Lee Chang-wan’s casual talk.
‘You’re making a fuss.’
It was true that the magic of ignition was simple, but what Lee Chang-wan taught was a little different from what was known in the world.
Due to its excellent precision and low mana consumption, it was very difficult to control, so it was only possible for active hunters to practice enough for a few days.
However, Lee Chang-wan intentionally hid this and taught this fact because it was one of the means to select talented people to pass on vision magic to.
“Now, I’m going to explain the solution, so focus on it.”
Lee Chang-wan taught students how to solve the equation with his strangely enthusiastic eyes and then made them practice until the class was over.
But all they heard was the sound of the wind blowing.
Lee Chang-wan, who saw the flying mana in the air, frowned like he bit off some shit, and Kang Yoo-sik also roughly bounced his fingers.
‘I can do it, but……it’s not the right time to show it here right now.’
If he was going to use it, he should show off a more colorful and intense look according to Lee’s personality.
Since he had already decided when to use it from the moment, he saw the old teacher, Kang, smile at Lee Chang-wan’s expression full of discontent.
“This is the end of today’s class.
Practice the ignition magic until the next class.”
Lee Chang-wan left with a flabby expression, followed by a theoretical class about the gate and internal dungeons in the second period.
“The pattern of how dungeons are generated inside the gate…….”
Of course, the contents of the class were useful in their own way at Seongjin Military Academy, but the majority of students did not listen and looked nervous.
That was because the next third period was the Sparring class, which meant the most to them.
‘Everyone’s in their best spirits.’
Of the 98 cadets gathered in this Silver Class, who was the strongest, and how strong were they?
Everyone began to get excited about the upcoming moment, and Kang Yoo-sik felt a sticky look on one side.
It was Ban Kyung-hoon, son of the Black Snake Guild boss.
The fool was looking at Kang with a prepared look.
It’s really hard to stay like that in a day.’
Was it because of what happened in the cafeteria today?
At Ban Kyungi-hoon’s constant glare, Kang Yoo-sik laughed at him with only one corner of his mouth raised, and his expression was even more distorted.
The atmosphere between the two was getting worse and worse.
The bell rang to announce the end of the second period, and as soon as the teacher who finished teaching the class went out, Kang Yoo-sik and Ban Kyung-hoon stood up straight from their seats.
The two, who looked at each other once, immediately moved to the battleground where the third period would take place, and the whole class became rigid due to the mysterious atmosphere between the two.
Ban Kyung-hoon, who was secretly feared within the class on one side.
And on the other side, there was Kang Yoo-sik who suddenly went crazy this morning.
An atmosphere was formed at once that neither side wanted them to be involved in.
Are you going to be okay?”
Kim Jin-hyuk, who quietly came up to Kang, asked in a worried voice, and Kang Yoo-sik smiled at him.
“Ban Kyung-hoon……he seems to have prepared something thoroughly.
If you are matched against him…….”
Kang was not sure how much Ban could prepare in a day, but if he recovered that fast, he could do something.
“It’s all right.”
However, Kang replied calmly to Kim Jin-hyuk’s concerns.
“He is my meal anyway.”
Kang was actually going to eat him deliciously soon.
Kang Yoo-sik, who smiled, moved confidently, and Kim Jin-hyuk, who walked next to him, looked slightly worried.
“But don’t push yourself too much.”
“Don’t worry about me.
Mind your spar.
You were determined to work hard yesterday.…….”
“Oh, okay! Okay, so don’t bring it up then……!”
While talking with Kim Jin-hyuk, he arrived at the sparring place where the sparring class was to be held, and Kang Yoo-sik looked around.
The Sparring place, which Sungjin Military Academy boasted, was equipped with state-of-the-art magic engineering.
Seeing the facility, which was said to perfectly prevent any fatal injuries, Kang looked at Ban Kyung-hoon who came in at one step slower.
‘You’re probably thinking the same thing.’
The Sparring place of the Sungjin Military Academy protects the wound but leaves the pain.
Because if he didn’t get used to the pain, he would have problems in real life.
That’s why retaliation usually hurt the heart in the sparring place, and Ban must have prepared for it.
‘What did he prepare?’
A psychic debuff? Or will he subdue me with repeated vital blows? Several candidates came to mind, and soon Kang Yoo-sik laughed.
It was because Kang thought any match would be enjoyable.
“3rd Class: Sparring Class begins!”
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