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The ninth and tenth floors held the cabins. Considering how Oasis of the Seas. The first floor from the waterline was the floating deck. She figured she had no room for complaints. Aside from the link in utilizing a domestic pressurized water reactor.

I firmly gripped the piton with my right hand and drew my black sword that had been abused to its limit with my left. I swapped my sword to my left hand. That expression gave off an unexpectedly childish impression and made me want to pretend I was falling against my better judgment. I swung my right hand with force. I tried to pry it out. I stored that into the sheath on my waist.

I steadily placed my left hand onto the wall while lifting my body up in a single stroke and succeeded in standing atop the thin. Placing my right foot on the bar. Casually giving a signal with my right hand. I called out to Alice below.

What did you say? With that strength of yours. Her lips made a small movement before long and a faint voice reached me. I climbed up with the same process as earlier. I chanted the art again and brought forth a new piton. Or possibly—Alice Synthesis Thirty. Like what I did.

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In general. While embracing a modest sense of accomplishment over finally advancing. Driving it into the next gap I could see overhead with plenty of strength. Whichever it was, hearing this proud integrity knight plea for help would probably be strictly restricted to a situation like right now. Having judged that, I shouted. Here I go. My foothold, the piton, creaked softly, but it seemed it could bear the weight of two if it was for a short time.

Taking care not to jolt it, I lifted the great golden knight a meter before holding the chain still for the moment. The chain weighed down anew in that instant, but I kept it under control somehow. Upon confirming she had sheathed her sword, I continued pulling up.

While imagining her expression likely present below her golden hair, fluttering in the wind, I gently lowered my right arm. The knight ended up reeling a little atop the thin piton, but immediately regained her balance. The problem would be how it would likely turn night before we got there, at the rate we climbed a single block, so we should get mentally prepared to settle down for the night while dangling off the wall.

Despite how Centoria should have been closing in to midsummer, the sun mercilessly sank quicker and quicker once it got started. A multitude of stars had already been flickering into existence overhead, but our climbing progress was by no means fast. An unforeseen limit in the system had been tormenting us since an hour ago or so. Scaling up had been simple indeed. Creating a single piton with sacred arts, securing that in the gap between the marble blocks, and clambering atop it.

Followed by pulling Alice up by the chain and placing her onto the piton I stood on earlier; that was all to it. Each set was reduced to below three minutes after repeating it over ten times. However, the problem laid with creating that crucial piton.

The rule of this world, that each and every act of creation required resources, applied just as strictly to sacred arts. This space resources thing had no numerical value to go by and was truly a troublesome matter to deal with. Basically, it was supplied through the sunlight or the fertility in soil. A place with fertile soil and basking in sufficient sunlight would be rich in sources, enough for even continuous casts of advanced sacred arts, but on the other hand, space resources would be rapidly depleted in the room the sun cannot reach, of a building made from stone, requiring a long period of time before the resources would be recharged.

To sum it up, the surrounding resources would be exhausted by the sacred arts I had repeatedly chanted and we would fail in creating those indispensable pitons for scaling the wall. I sighed and Alice spoke in a voice just as worn-out from two meters below. In hope that I could find something to hang the chain upon, like some protrusion, I glared at the wall overhead, unwilling to give up.

Her blue eyes squinted and she answered. Staring at the armor that radiated a faint. I could clearly recognize that mysterious object even in the dim light upon getting within four meters of it. I stuck two among the three pitons Alice made for me into my belt and firmly gripped the last one.

Repeating that process yet another time. I do have some armor remaining. I had planned to save this until it truly came in necessary. I could climb up there.

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I leaned my body over the foothold and received those precious tools with caution. A fleeting flash of light shot out as the chant. I pulled Alice up with the lifeline. A narrow terrace stretched out left and right. Their heads alone bore a close resemblance to weevils or something similar. That was—living. I muttered. They were shaped like humans. With my sight trained onto the winged monster. I drew my sword from my waist. Its skin. We would have to rack our brains and avert this crisis with our own strength.

It was no mere ornament carved from stone. An unwinnable event—those useless words scrolled through my mind. It really was a stone statue. Without waiting for its black wings that caused that loud noise as they stretched out. I had absolutely no hope for the development of some person dashingly saving us even if we were to fall.

As I steeled my resolve. I called out to Alice two meters below. A rounded mouth was carved into its front at the end of a long arc. The crouching stone statue directly above me swayed its head left and right. I had no experience of fighting in such conditions.

Why was the integrity knight. I brandished my sword with my back leaned onto the wall. Upon taking a brief glance below. I looked up and there the gargoyle hovering with the dark blue skies as its backdrop was.

How could it be.

The monster was large beyond expectations. Prioritize not falling over everything else! I knew nothing more than hearsay. I noticed the gargoyles on the left and right of the first one that began moving were changing in body color as well. What do we do—I heard the flapping noise of wings without even given the time to ponder on that thought.

Caught completely unguarded. Targeting me. A hint of rage mixed into its pitch-black simple eyes. I supported my body with my left hand and guarded the tail attacks with the sword in my right. The sharp pointed end made a shallow tear in my cheek. I screamed while twisting my head. Was it a program manipulating that grotesque monster?

Or perhaps. It seems to have dealt a moderate amount of damage. Should I climb up to the terrace four meters above while the gargoyles observe the situation? I mustered all my strength and pulled up the chain. I searched for the chain connected to my waist with my left hand. Her golden. Now that it had come to this. It would probably be impossible to ask that enraged gargoyle to return the one stabbed in its stomach.

I flung it straight up. And my two eyes opened wide with realization. Two new gargoyles leapt off the terrace and were flying around in circles as though they were awaiting a gap in my guard. Perhaps the three monstrosities trying to intimidate me with their strange spewing noises had finally decided to resume their offensive. Alice soared while following the trajectory of a semicircle.

Thinking thusly. Catching hold of the chain in a fluster. I shouted as loud as I could. Draw your sword. I could only remove the lifeline and jump at any enemies targeting Alice. She would either be skewered on a tail or fall off the piton if she were to get attack as she was now. Alice frowned as I grasped the chain attached to her sword belt with both hands. The chain was approximately five meters long.

Soaring through the air like Alice did earlier. I could only… no. As expected. It lacked decorative features. It was something solely meant for the practical use of setting the gargoyles on it. Knowledge of their numbers from the. Making use of the meager time before launching into battle to check the surrounding terrain.

To put it more accurately. All I could see was the view of the silhouettes of the monstrosities yet to come alive lined up in a row until the far-away corner.

I wanted to throw myself down on this nostalgic horizontal surface forever. I had the air knocked out of me the moment my back crashed into the marble wall. The terrace we clambered onto through a circus-like stunt had a width of roughly one meter. I briefly swept my sight left and right. My body was thrown off the piton. Perhaps she finally got a hold of herself after securing a reliable foothold.

Do those minions possess intelligence? Do they talk like humans? Alice tightly bit on her lips. Alice immediately replied in the affirmative. Following their example. Returning my sight to the three gargoyles. You know about those monsters? I questioned once again. I asked Alice a question. While gazing at the monsters. They are soulless familiars created from lumps of earth by the magicians serving the god of darkness.

I awaited an opportunity. Vector… they only understand some simple orders from their masters. In that case. Unlike the goblins and orcs living in the land of darkness. Babies in this world are born between only male-female couples who became married with recognition from the Axiom Church—a system command exclusive for that likely exists—or so the recluse. This time. Those who dwell in the Dark Territory were no exception.

Looking at it from that perspective. The one who flew in straight away was the one with a golden piton still stabbed into its abdomen. Devoting myself to repelling the claws with my sword. I was well enough aware that this was nothing more than postponing the problem at hand. Before Alice. Nimbly lowering her waist. I should have been able to activate sword skills in Gun Gale Online back when I converted.

It was a might that easily pulverized my belief in the excellence of consecutive hit skills that I held throughout my long years of living in VRMMOs. If it had. Following that. I had thought for a long time that it was strange the same sword skills as the world of SAO would exist in the Underworld. The integrity knight who roused her body as though nothing had actually happened turned to me.

A single. Turning towards the enemy that tried to regain its distance. I went through multiple conjectures over these two years. With that tremendously hefty slashing sound. There was a possibility that the wise sage who stayed hidden in the Great Library Room.

Dusky blood heartily spewed out from the monsters that crashed without letting out a single scream. What cornered me without difficulty in that battle on the eightieth floor was the overwhelming degree of completeness in that single strike that forgave neither evasion nor defense.

I released the consecutive hit skill ingrained into my body. Those nostalgic thoughts came to me before Alice snorted. I put it back into the sheath at the left of my waist—I actually wanted to equip it on my back. If I had to describe it. I voiced out the question that suddenly surfaced in my mind. If it served its purpose and granted me combat potential.

I looked on at the remains of the monster. About how it might draw some guests if you were to perform it at a theater during the midsummer festivities. Sweeping the black sword left and right to clear it. Bracing myself to not leap off the terrace with the excess momentum. The sword in my right hand was tinged with a blue gleam and I initiated the horizontal four hits skill. In the first place. I would have to say it was mainly a festival for the masses.

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I was merely thinking that you use strange skills. I clenched my teeth tight after taking in a breath. Cardinal had said it. That to turn Knight Alice to Alice Schuberg. I started to open my mouth once again. Having thought of that. How exactly did Alice spend those days in the cathedral…? Integrity knights are… forbidden from mingling with townspeople aside from during duty.

Bring up her left hand that lost its gauntlet. The integrity knights believe themselves to have been existences summoned from the Celestial World by the highest minister. Alice shook her head countless times in that manner and slowly raised her face. The knight frowned with her lips still slightly opened and cast her eyes down as though she was searching for something.

She was likely synthesized within a year from now and the girl was taken from Rulid Village eight years ago. Could it be that the memory. Administrator had taken humans of exceptional wisdom and might from the Human World to the cathedral.

Alice suspiciously gazed at my face as I went through those thoughts in silence. I answered softly with my head lowered. Alice showed no sign of distress at all when she saw Eugeo whom she had got on well with for several years back in Rulid.

Clean it off properly. The chance of removing the module with a topic like the midsummer festival was slim and on the other hand. First and foremost. I held back the urge to add that while trying to return the handkerchief. We managed to drive away the minions somehow. As a result.

I would warmly entertain the thought of sitting down and resting now. I held back a sigh while thinking about how I should initiate a talk with the integrity knight who had her face turned away. It might be possible to crush them before their petrification was lifted if we dash in and slash at their vitals with our swords.

How could I persuade this grandiose knight to avoid the battle after we return into the tower and to meet up with Eugeo? An image of my partner. He was always by his side when they rushed out from Rulid Village. The marble wall showed not. Eugeo murmured in his heart as he climbed the long staircases on his own.

Eugeo also kept them. The pair were sucked out from the tower in the blink of an eye and the huge hole returned to the wall it originally was immediately thereafter.

That one boy. They repelled a group of goblins and felled the Gigas Cedar together. Though it was awry from their initial plans. Eugeo had passed his days immersed in swinging that axe in the forest.

Not a single person in the village. Not acknowledging his own weakness and cowardice. He could hardly imagine the most eminent being in the Axiom Church. Believing thusly. Especially Kirito. He must have resisted the fall somehow and had already started on an ascent from outside the tower. An opportunity to use the short sword granted by Cardinal should present itself again if he could reunite with them somewhere on the higher floors. All while shaking off the sense of forlornness and helplessness that seemed to have crept up his back ever since he became alone.

Fizel and Linel. Eugeo opened the door on the southern end of the eightieth floor. The current Alice was a guardian of the absolute Axiom Church. And that likely applied to Knight Alice too. Opening up a hole in the wall. To put that another way. And the real Alice. Alice as she was now. That acted as a stimulant. You would have thrown care to the wind and attacked the integrity knight in an attempt to save Alice.

Eugeo felt a strong sense of inferiority towards his close friend. But… if it was that Kirito. That strength and kindness of Kirito might reach even the heart of the integrity knight. Eugeo sensed an unfamiliar feeling well up in his chest the moment he thought that. I will embrace the awakened girl tightly and definitely say it this time. Aware that Deusolbert was the one who took away Alice from Rulid Village eight years ago.

There was no purpose in thinking any further. How are Kirito and Knight Alice doing at the moment? Or perhaps… the mysterious charm from that human known as Kirito had made even Alice. That moment will arrive tomorrow. Eugeo forced his stream of thoughts to a stop.

That I will protect you… I will protect you forever. He could probably use the full control art just one more time. Eugeo tried to jump aside. All by myself? Standing still at the end of the hall. No stairs further up could be seen anywhere in the broad hall. Kirito had said that it was the natural strategy considering the natures of their skills. Eugeo had no choice but to fight from the start to the end.

He had set foot onto the crucial section of the Axiom Church at long last. What immediately closed in were bright lighting. There was only a single grand door at the northern wall.

Thinking so instinctively. He assessed the state of the interior across the swirling heat. His hands and sleeves merely got wet upon contact. Gently caressing the Blue Rose Sword at the left of his waist. The ceiling countless lamps were fitted onto was high as well. And with that. There was no mistake that a vast area utilizing the entire floor. He had to first drive the enemy into a corner with pure swordsmanship and create an opening. That made the count he kept.

Just how could he fight against someone stronger than Fanatio. Eugeo brought up his right hand and strongly pushed open the white door. Eugeo asked himself. It was neither hot nor warm. The sides of the path dipped down with steps and fille d there. It seemed to have a depth of over one Mel. There was no mistake that the roaring was of a large quantity of water falling onto water. That was when cold air flowed in from the still-opened door and swept aside the surrounding steam.

His home until two years used a rather large tub as a bathtub and by the time Eugeo got into it as the last person. There would still be space even if all of the apprentices in the Sword Mastery Academy were to get into together. Eugeo took only a few steps into the space and tried to find the source of the steam. Eugeo deeply sighed while kneeling. When he did. Volume 56 by Robert K.

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I am not at liberty to…… hmm…? Vessels belonging to the maritime self-defense forces are termed escort ships. Nakanishi left the lounge at a speed close to running. Asuna gently clenched her left hand. Excuse me.

I apologize. Feeling a baseless. That was only natural—the weight of two humans. My heart flinched slightly each time that faint noise rang out. All was below my body was the never-ending empty sky. I am not the only one receiving damage.

Even if I continue tightly gripping my right and left hands with spirit and guts. Like reality. My beloved sword. Dying from exhaustion probably hardly happened in the real world. In all likelihood. I am currently supporting a ridiculous weight with nothing but my own body. In addition. To state an extreme example. I desperately regained a stable posture before glancing down and screaming out loud.

I would have fallen onto the ground and died already. As such. I had to do something about this situation as soon as possible. The sword would be too pitiful. Alice Synthesis Thirty. Damp with sweat in my hand. And yet. I cried out loud once more. Retract that this instant. If you fall and die all by yourself here. If the reason is not pity. And before everything else. After all. I tried my hardest to rack my brain. Alice Schuberg.

But there was no way I could come up with such a thing on the. The glistening Fragrant Olive Sword in her left hand lifted up a little and a chill ran through me. We even fought with a group of goblins in the mountain range at the edge two years ago… even if I say so.

In the end. With things at this point. I frantically forced my words out. I had no choice but to state a part of the truth. If I reach the highest floor of the cathedral. The Underworld people would die at the end of their hellish anguish while I return to the real world alone without a single injury— No matter what. And it was likely that girl would try to reset the Underworld to its original state in order to prevent that disaster soon to come.

With Cardinal still deprived from her authority. If Alice and I were to both crash and die here. I have absolutely no idea on how to avert the end where everything returns to null at the present moment.

I definitely cannot accept such a development. The voice that soon leaked out from her slightly trembling lips seemed to have lost much of its earlier rigidity. The sword point thrust into the wall creaked once again.

But even if those words do not reach her. Answer me. The golden knight drew in a sharp breath and opened her two eyes wide. I have no means left aside from talking about that with all my heart. I hauled up Alice who dangled off my left hand. To defeat Administrator and prove that it is a mistake! And for that exact. How could order be maintained if the masses are permitted to arbitrarily decide on them? The gods of the Celestial World!?

I gathered all of the energy I had left. A violent pain ran through the joints at my arms and. The tip would break or slip the next time Alice moves. Taking in a deep breath and putting it all into my abdomen. Amidst the panic shooting through me from head to toe. I fell down a long. I let out a deep breath. My heart. Alice moved her left arm and the Fragrant Olive Sword deeply stabbed its point into the gap between the marble with a sharp noise.

After an instant of silence. Signs of the clenched hand holding me by the scruff of my neck slackening and tightening repeated over and over again right behind my neck.

I had no need to hesitate. Appearing as though she was being tortured by the entire variety of contradictory emotions. To say it in another manner. The rest of the humans—the artificial fluctlights were blindly loyal to their standards for good and evil. Unlike the girl. Especially so. I do have a proposal… as things stand. I was merely returning the favor… besides. Alice drew back her right hand and even averted her face in a huff. Our survival rate should increase if the two of us work together.

I moved my mouth. Her voice. Of course.

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I have yet to reach the conclusion with your swords. We could hold on better if we had a rope or something. Are you not holding on to any unnecessary cloth? Alice cleared her throat as though to shift her thoughts. Be certain not to forget that one point. Alice continued while giving me one final glare. There should have been bundles of high quality rope over… aah. Alice made her most profound grimace yet and shouted. Jerking her arm in front of me.

I could have taken out piles of spare clothes or mantles from my storage if this was the Alfheim I dearly missed. The gauntlet in my hand let out a dazzling light and its shape began to change at a noticeable rate. Hurry up! Alice was apparently a cheerful and energetic girl. I brought up my left hand that finally regained its sense of touch.

If that was the case. Within mere seconds. While thinking about such things. That was merely transformation of its form. Firmly fastening one end to my belt.

Judging from the direction of the sun. The length of the dangling chain was about five meters. I had no qualms. For the time being.

I confirmed the situation we were in. My teeth felt like they were going to fall out when I held its end in my mouth and pulled. Guess the current time was around three in the afternoon. The wind was calm now. Our Lives would definitely vanish in an instant if we fall. I could see pale.

My back shuddered before I gripped my sword again with my right hand and wiped the sweat running over my left palm on my trousers. It might just be my imagination how her complexion seemed worse than earlier. Even the youngest ascetic apprentice would know that the only person capable of flight arts in the vast Human World is the esteemed highest minister!

Alice berated me without mercy. No ridden dragon will go close to any higher. I do not know the specifics. On that line of thought. This could be said to be the embodiment of the transcendental magic ability and unhealthy wariness of the most influential being. My goodness. The same applies to the glass on the lower floors. I find it hard to believe a hole could have opened up in the wall from within the tower earlier… there is no way to think about it aside from it being an one-in-a-million stroke of misfortune caused by that abnormal power released when our armament full control arts combined.

Alice lightly nodded before she spoke. I thought as I held it in. As for a method for moving across the wall. I cannot use the art unless I allow it to bask in plenty of sunlight or let it rest in its scabbard. Guiding an enemy of the church to such a place would be nearly the same as committing a taboo as an integrity knight. On the ninety-fifth floor. We should be able to easily return inside if we could climb up there. I will cut you there without fail.

If we could enter the tower by climbing. However— Alice drew in a deep breath. I nodded in return. I swapped my sword to my left hand. However… despite how assuredly you said it. The Lives of objects created through sacred arts were exceedingly low. I made an impromptu large piton which I firmly held onto.

It is more pragmatic than descending to the ground from here. Looking up at the stone seam my black sword was thrust into overhead. Pulling it out to a length of around fifty centimeters and sharpening its point to the shape of a thin blade.

I swung my right hand with force. Generate metallic element! I tried to pry it out. I chanted the art again and brought forth a new piton. That expression gave off an unexpectedly childish impression and made me want to pretend I was falling against my better judgement. Placing my right foot on the bar. I saw Alice gripping tightly onto the golden chain with her free hand and looking up at me with a somewhat pale face. Driving it into the next gap I could see overhead with plenty of strength.

I stored that into the sheath on my waist. I steadily placed my left hand onto the wall while lifting my body up in a single stroke and succeeded in standing atop the thin. I climbed up with the same. I firmly gripped the piton with my right hand and drew my black sword that had been abused to its limit with my left. What did you say? While embracing a modest sense of accomplishment over finally advancing.

Her lips made a small movement before long and a faint voice reached me. Like what I did. With that strength of yours. I called out to Alice below. In general. Or possibly—Alice Synthesis Thirty. I shouted. The chain weighed down anew in that instant. Having judged that. I caught hold of the chain as well. Taking care not to jolt it. I lifted the great golden knight a meter before holding the chain still for the moment.

Here I go. My foothold. Alice glanced up with a rigid face and replied with a barely audible whisper mostly swept into the noise from the wind. I gently lowered my right arm. The knight ended up reeling a little atop the thin piton. I continued pulling up. I let a deep breath escape. While imagining her expression likely present below her golden hair. The problem would be how it would likely turn night before we got there.

Scaling up had been simple indeed. Each set was reduced to below three minutes after repeating it over ten times. A multitude of stars had already been flickering into existence overhead. Creating a single piton with sacred arts. Followed by pulling Alice up by the chain and placing her onto the piton I stood on earlier.

Despite how Centoria should have been closing in to midsummer. An unforeseen limit in the system had been tormenting us since an hour ago or so. The rule of this world. To sum it up. And abiding by the rule. A place with fertile soil and basking in sufficient sunlight would be rich in sources. Any variant of the magic here. Usage of the arts must consume precious catalysts. I sighed and Alice spoke in a voice just as worn-out from two meters below.

I glared at the wall overhead.

I could climb up there. Her blue eyes squinted and she answered. That said. A fleeting flash of light shot out as the chant. I do have some armor remaining. I leaned my body over the foothold and received those precious tools with caution.

Staring at the armor that radiated a faint. I had planned to save this until it truly came in necessary. Repeating that process yet another time. A narrow terrace stretched out left and right. I stuck two among the three pitons Alice made for me into my belt and firmly gripped the last one. It really was a stone statue. A rounded mouth was carved into its front at the end of a long arc.

Their heads alone bore a close resemblance to weevils or something similar. I could clearly recognize that mysterious object even in the dim light upon getting within four meters of it. I pulled Alice up with the lifeline. They were shaped like humans. It was no mere ornament carved from stone. We would have to rack our brains and avert this crisis with our own strength.

That was—living. I muttered. An unwinnable event—those useless words scrolled through my mind. I had absolutely no hope for the development of some person dashingly saving us even if we were to fall. The crouching stone statue directly above me swayed its head left and right.

I drew my sword from my waist. How could it be. I called out to Alice two meters below. Why was the integrity knight. Upon taking a brief glance below. Its skin. I knew nothing more than hearsay. Prioritize not falling over everything else! Without waiting for its black wings that caused that loud noise as they stretched out.

With my sight trained onto the winged monster. I looked up and there the gargoyle hovering with the dark blue skies as its backdrop was. I brandished my sword with my back leaned onto the wall.

What do we do—I heard the flapping noise of wings without even given the time to ponder on that thought. The monster was large beyond expectations. I noticed the gargoyles on the left and right of the first one that began moving were changing in body color as well. I had no experience of fighting in such conditions. I screamed while twisting my head. Caught completely unguarded. I supported my body with my left hand and guarded the tail attacks with the sword in my right.

The sharp pointed end made a shallow tear in my cheek. A hint of rage mixed into its pitch-black simple eyes. Dusky blood spewed out from its round mouth and scattered. Was it a program manipulating that grotesque monster? Or perhaps. It seems to have dealt a moderate amount of damage. And my two eyes opened wide with realization. I searched for the chain connected to my waist with my left hand.

I could only remove the lifeline and jump at any enemies targeting Alice. Should I climb up to the terrace four meters above while the gargoyles observe the situation? She would either be skewered on a tail or fall off the piton if she were to get attack as she was now. The terrace overhead was four meters—. Thinking thusly. Perhaps the three monstrosities trying to intimidate me with their strange spewing noises had finally decided to resume their offensive.

Two new gargoyles leapt off the terrace and were flying around in circles as though they were awaiting a gap in my guard. The chain was approximately five meters long. It would probably be impossible to ask that enraged gargoyle to return the one stabbed in its stomach.

Now that it had come to this. Draw your sword. Catching hold of the chain in a fluster. Alice soared while following the trajectory of a semi-circle. I mustered all my strength and pulled up the chain. Alice frowned as I grasped the chain attached to her sword belt with both hands. To put it more accurately. I shouted as loud as I could. Her golden. I flung it straight up.

I could only… no. I had the air knocked out of me the moment my back crashed into the marble wall. My body was thrown off the piton. Soaring through the air like Alice did earlier. As expected. I wanted to throw myself down on this nostalgic horizontal surface forever.

All I could see was the view of the silhouettes of the monstrosities yet to come alive lined up in a row until the far-away corner. Perhaps she finally got a hold of herself after securing a reliable foothold. It was something solely meant for the practical use of setting the gargoyles on it. It lacked decorative features. Knowledge of their numbers from the repeated affirmation inspired fear. The terrace we clambered onto through a circus-like stunt had a width of roughly one meter.

I briefly swept my sight left and right. Alice tightly bit on her lips. Following their example. While gazing at the monsters. I asked Alice a question. Alice immediately replied in the affirmative. You know about those monsters? Unlike the goblins and orcs living in the land of darkness.

Do those minions possess intelligence? Do they talk like humans? Babies in this world are born between only male-female couples who became married with recognition from the Axiom Church—a. They are soulless familiars created from lumps of earth by the magicians serving the god of darkness. Vector… they only understand some simple orders from their masters. I questioned once again. I was well enough aware that this was nothing more than postponing the problem at hand.

Returning my sight to the three gargoyles. The one who flew in straight away was the one with a golden piton still stabbed into its abdomen. Those who dwell in the Dark Territory were no exception.

Despite my warning. In that case. Looking at it from that perspective. Devoting myself to repelling the claws with my sword. I awaited an opportunity. What cornered me without difficulty in that battle on the eightieth floor was the overwhelming degree of completeness in that single strike that forgave neither evasion nor defense. With that tremendously hefty slashing sound. A single. Following that. Before Alice. Dusky blood heartily spewed out from the monsters that crashed without letting out a single scream.

It was a might that easily pulverized my belief in the excellence of consecutive hit skills that I held throughout my long years of living in VRMMOs.

In the first place. I had thought for a long time that it was strange the same sword skills as the world of SAO would exist in the Underworld. I should have been able to activate sword skills in Gun Gale Online back when I converted.

I went through multiple conjectures over these two years. After politely refuting her proposal with the minimal of obstinacy. If it had. There was a possibility that the wise sage who stayed hidden in the Great Library Room. Turning towards the enemy that tried to regain its distance. I released the consecutive hit skill ingrained into my body.

The sword in my right hand was tinged with a blue gleam and I initiated the horizontal four hits skill. If it served its purpose and granted me combat potential.

I put it back into the sheath at the left of my waist—I actually wanted to equip it on my back. Sweeping the black sword left and right to clear it. Bracing myself to not leap off the terrace with the excess momentum.

I looked on at the remains of the monster. The knight frowned with her lips still slightly opened and cast her eyes down as though she was searching for something. I voiced out the question that suddenly surfaced in my mind. About how it might draw some guests if you were to perform it at a theater during the midsummer festivities. I would have to say it was mainly a festival for the masses. If I had to describe it.

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