Chapter 924: The Power of the Throne of Destruction (Part One – 1)

[TL Note: This chapter is a 3 in 1 from the author, so we decided to divide it into 2 to better reflect the work of the translator and also provide more content. Thanks for the understanding]

This change was something that Reus never expected.

The blue sky, white clouds, giant and magnificent Dixie City, and close to one million people all disappeared. Instead, it was replaced by ancient stone walls written with vicissitude. The black walls looked horrifying and tragic under the illumination of the blood-red air. They were full of marks left by swords and sabers, and the black color came from layers of dried blood. The ground was full of dents and potholes, and strange liquid filled them. At the same time, dripping noises sounded frequently. Together with the roars of demons that seemed vague from where he was, this space looked terrifying and vicious.

“Where am I? Where is this place? How come I suddenly appeared here?” Reus slightly frowned.

Even though he was confident in his own strength, he had to be cautious and aware while observing the surroundings since he suddenly came to this strange space.

This place seemed like an underground palace or a tomb, and he didn’t know how long it had been around. Like a senior who was corroded by the passage of life and was holding on for bare survival, everything in this place seemed aged. Some mysterious engravings could be seen on the uneven surface of the walls, but the technique used and the content were already too vague to see, making Reus feel like it was mysterious and ancient.

In the giant hall, the stone pillars were either standing or had fallen over. Streaks of wind of unknown origin blew in the hall while screaming and howling. A suppressive and cold bloody sensation permeated the air, making Reus feel like this wasn’t the mortal world but the legendary Hell!

Engulfed in the green light, Reus floated half a meter above the ground, and he was highly aware of his surroundings. While observing the area, he pondered and thought about what had caused this sudden change.

This vicious and terrifying underground stone palace wasn’t that big, and its internal structure wasn’t that complicated. Reus quickly searched through every inch of this space. To his disappointment, he didn’t discover any exits. He punched the walls and tried to break them, but he was shocked to find out that his powerful energy couldn’t even leave a light mark on the walls that looked like they were going to collapse at any moment now. As if he punched the air, nothing was changing or happening.

“What is going on? Did the King of Chambord cast a spell using the help of a magic scroll and somehow threw me into a mysterious space in the void?” Reus thought to himself about the potential possibilities.

Suddenly, the roar of a type of ancient creature sounded not too far away from Reus, making the entire mystical blood-color palace buzz loudly. The powerful soundwaves created a strong gale, disturbing the peace in this place. All the puddles of liquid and small stone pieces were blown into the air.

“Stupid human! You are a poor ant! How dare you barge into the [Throne of Destruction]? Are you trying to instigate a war between humans and Hell?”

After the initial wave of spiritual energy struck, heavy footsteps sounded behind Reus as if a massive beast were running toward him.

Reus turned around and gasped uncontrollably.

By the turn of a bloody corridor, a giant monster that was more than 100 meters tall walked out. The dark-red bone-like scales tightly wrapped around this monster’s body, and it roughly had the human shape even though almost no flesh could be seen on it. Tough bones were all over its body, and it had two long horns on its forehead like a giant undead knight. Spiral bone spikes grew out of its shoulders, and a pair of enormous wings created by mysterious dark bones could be seen on its back. Its lower body was enveloped in a cloud of white mist, and terrifying screams could be heard from it as if many grieving souls were shrieking. Even though Reus was a demi-god, he couldn’t see through that layer of white mist.

“What is this? Hell? Demon?” Reus’ heart raced.

Combining the spiritual energy wave that this monster released and its appearance which was full of bones, Reus instantly thought back to [Hell] which was the death realm in the legends on the Azeroth Continent. After all, this monster that was primarily made of bones was very similar to the descriptions of demons in Hell.

While Reus was surprised, the monster let out the second roar, and a ton of ice shards and snow shot out of this monster’s mouth, creating a blizzard and occupying the entire corridor. The bone-freezing chill instantly permeated the air, and the howling wind and spinning ice blades left deep marks on the walls and stone pillars.

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