hear the Knights.


They called Leon’s unknown guild a “rebellion army” and exchanged words tonight that they would attack their residence.


Until now, the Imperial Knights had been trying to catch them at regular intervals.


If they attacked today, they would not make any move for at least a week.


Of course, it might have taken them some time to find a new place, but they had a separate period of time to re-establish their equipment.


However, this was just Ian’s trick of waiting for the rebels to let their guard down.


With their attack, the rebels moved to their next residence, and the guild members had a loose atmosphere, saying they would sleep with their feet stretched out for at least a week.


Then, the next day, late at night, the Imperial Knights sought out the building where they had gathered.


If Filina hadn’t told them beforehand, there would have been many casualties.
Hundreds of soldiers came and attacked, which was incomparable to anything before.


The guild members were sleeping without proper weapons, and fortunately, Filina woke them up and said they had to move to another place of residence immediately, so they were able to avoid the fight in a flash.
At first, the guild members wouldn’t listen to her, but as soon as Leon started to pack his things, they started to force themselves to move. 




She turned her head to the side at the voice calling her.
Leaning on her shoulder and closing his eyes, Leon said in a low voice. 


“He’ll cry if you keep doing that.”


His words caused Filina to look in front of her again.
The guild member was still in place with a tearful face.
Other guild members who were playing loudly also apologized to her, saying they were sorry.


 Filina snickered as she chewed on a peanut.
Then Leon, who was leaning on her shoulder, raised his lips smoothly.


“How about you forgive me just this once?”


He looked up at Filina.
The black pupils stared into her red irises.
Filina, who was staring into Leon’s eyes, replied with pursed lips.


“I will forgive you only this time.
Next time there will be no mercy.”


Everyone cheered at her heartless voice.
Looking at them, Filina also drew an amused smirk.
Leon nuzzled his face into her shoulder again and closed his eyes.
His lips raised gracefully.




Filina woke up quickly in the deep darkness and breathed heavily.


Her heart was pounding so hard it hurt.
As soon as she woke up, all she could see was a high ceiling and a stifling night.


Filina slowly raised her upper body in bed and swept her hair, which had fallen down her forehead.


It was a dream filled with lively memories of the past.


It could not be undone any more, nor should it be repeated.…


Filina bit her lower lip gently and tried to suppress a whimper.


The nightmare that had been repeated so often that she had grown tired of it for some time had always come in the form of her own near-death.
But now it was different.
It was a memory that brought up a faint memory.
Perhaps it was because she had met Leon.


Filina let out a small breath and stepped onto the floor.


Bessie was in a deep sleep.
She checked the time and saw that it was 2 a.m.
She had to stay a while longer for the night to dawn.


Filina pondered for a while and then left the dormitory.
She wanted to get some air to calm her mind.


When she went out alone at dawn, she felt awkward.
Enoch was always with her.
She walked to the practice field not too far from the dorm.
The cool breeze ruffled her hair.


She had only lightly thrown on the jacket Laura had prepared for her, and she didn’t organize her hair, which fell to her waist.
It didn’t matter because she was going to go right in anyway.


She sat on a bench in the outdoor performance hall and looked up at the sky in a daze.
Then she noticed a bright light leaking from a building on the other side.


It was the building where the training room was located.


Would there be people there at this hour?


Filina got up from her seat and walked slowly to the front of the building.


As she approached the dark blue building, she heard the faint sound of a wooden sword.


She quietly looked around the window that was leaking light.
Then she went inside the building.
The sound of wooden sword clashing spread even louder.


The training room inside the building was divided into several rooms.
A particularly bright light was glowing from the room at the far end of the building.


Filina took a step toward it without much thought.


She was just curious.
Who would be practicing until this hour…


She didn’t think it was a freshman.
Because even the seniors sometimes trained with wooden swords.


But Filina’s expression immediately hardened at the sight of silver hair through the window.
It was Henry Argeny.


The wooden sword was hitting the wall while maintaining its center in a straight posture.
There was no slight disturbance in the sound of collisions at regular intervals.


Clank ! Clank! 


It was a sustained gesture, as if he was working with a machine.
A faint smile escaped Filina’s lips as she watched Henry through the window.


He was born with the ability anyway, so what’s the point of pushing so hard to practice?


He would be the only Swordmaster in the Alvar Empire anyway.
It was an absolute law set by this world.


Her eyes, as she gazed at Henry, did not show any special emotion.
She was just looking at a familiar scene.


But that didn’t last long.


Filina turned and tried to leave the building.
At the same time, the sound of constant clashing wooden swords shifted.


The noise of the wooden sword falling to the floor spread through the desolate space.


Filina, who had half turned her body, looked back inside the practice room and saw Henry collapsed through the window.

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