Chapter 776: The Nemesis of Humans (Part Two)

“Really? That is great! Hahaha! Condemnation from the gods!” Louise and Pato were both thrilled.

The scene that they saw in the village was horrifying, and it made them understand the relationship between humans and the Sea Tribe. It was the relationship between the hunters and the hunted.

There was no room for negotiation and cooperation between humans and these demons who were driven by greed and bloodthirst.

In this world, the laws of nature were set. Butchers wouldn’t negotiate with pigs that were in the slaughterhouse, lions wouldn’t talk to sheep that they caught, and eagles wouldn’t speak to rabbits in their claws.

No one would be willing to negotiate with food that was in their control already, and they wouldn’t accept any compromise.

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The Sea Tribe was a terrifying race, and they were driven by primitive instinct and desire for war. If they could leave the seawater for a long time and roam on land, it would be a catastrophe for the humans.

In the ancient legends, the Azeroth Continent was surrounded by vast oceans that were several times the size of the land. It meant that the population of the Sea Tribe was also several times the population of all races on land. They could wage war against the continent and sweep through the land with their sheer numbers advantage.

However, even though the gods gave this race the numbers advantage and the ability to reproduce quickly, they were hindered in other aspects.

They couldn’t leave the seawater for a long time, and this deficiency meant that they could never threaten the races on land.

Therefore, humans could still enjoy the dominating position on land!

Oscar was talented. After he observed all the corpses for a bit longer, he came up with another conclusion.

The higher-level the member of the Sea Tribe, the longer it could stay on land.

For example, if a One-Star Warrior of the Sea Tribe could only survive for three hours on land, then a Six-Star Warrior of the Sea Tribe could live on land for more than ten days. Perhaps the Sun-Class Lord of the Sea Tribe wouldn’t be troubled by this innate restriction and could stay on land forever.

However, even though the oceans were vast, and there were many sea creatures, how many of them could reach the realm of Sun-Class?

In terms of top-tier masters, humans which also excelled in competition and destruction weren’t in a real disadvantage.

“Ok, it is getting late. Let’s go look through the village again and see if we can find any survivors. At least we need to figure out what kind of people were living here and why they were living here!” Fei looked at the beach that was being washed by the waves and said, “If we could have arrived here a bit earlier, perhaps we could have saved them. It looks like the Sea Tribe had just discovered this island, and they will come back again. We have to hurry back to the campsite just in case!”

The three university students nodded, put away their weapons, and started to search for potential survivors again.

Fei walked around the village and saw corpses everywhere. The smell of blood permeated the air, adding to the already horrific scene.

These defenseless villagers were killed in many cruel ways.

In a house, a young mother wanted to protect her child, but they were both cut in half by the waist, and their internal organs spilled onto the ground.

Under a tree, a white-haired senior got half of his head eaten, and only half of his face was still intact.

By a wooden wall, a warrior in metal armor got his lower body smashed into meat paste. The iron armor was deformed and crushed his internal organs, and his head was missing.

Even though Fei had seen all types of deaths in Diablo World, he was saddened by what he saw.

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