The Wizard World - Chapter 270
Chapter 270: Arrival (1)
Translator: Leo Editor: Frappe
The scimitar hit the purple lightning pulses around the female leader.
The lightning pulses were trying to stop the silver blade from going through.
The black rune flashed in Angele’s eyes again and the cursed scimitar successfully crushed the lightning pulses.
The blade hit the female leader’s neck, leaving a long deep wound on her skin. The blood of the storm spirit was blue, and the strange liquid was sparking.
A black dot appeared in the center of the female leader’s chest and it started expanding within seconds. She was being petrified.
“Electrify!” The female leader shouted. The lightning pulses around her hair exploded, turning into two large, blue shells.
The shells were trying to clap Angele. The female leader raised her lightning spear and swept forward.
Angele leaned to the right and dodged both attacks.
With the buff from the cursed scimitar, Angele’s Stamina and Strength were increased to an incredible level.
Some more illusion energy wave was released from the signet. Angele lowered his body and charged forward. In the female leader’s sight, it looked like there were two Angeles moving around her.
She hesitated and decided to use the shells to block the one behind him and attack the one in the front with the lightning spear.
The two Angele she saw all vanished into the air, both of them were just illusions.
The female leader suddenly felt the intense pain coming from her stomach. It was Angele, who then pulled the scimitar out of her body.
“You…” She opened her mouth but failed to finish speaking.
Countless cracks appeared on the leader’s pale body. The blue blood was leaking out of the wounds and her skin was coated in a blue glow.
The female leader’s body exploded like a large water ball that was filled with blue liquid.
The blue lightning pulses mixed in the blue liquid and they splashed everywhere on the deck.
Angele struggled several seconds as his robe was soaked in the blue liquid. A thin layer of silver metal shield covered his skin and hair.
Countless lightning pulses were running through his body.
Reyline and Hikari had already finished off the rest of the injured storm spirits. Morrisa dragged Stigma to a corner of the deck. She put up a white light screen to block the splashing blue blood.
The blue blood on the deck evaporated and disappeared into the air after several minutes.
The silver metal shield on Angele’s body melted and the liquid was absorbed by his skin. His skin was still smoking. Although he had dodged the lightning pulses, he was still suffering from the previous injuries.
Angele took out the amulet from the pouch and checked the boats’ condition. He made sure that the boats were still accelerating and he walked to Stigma quickly.
The white light screen created by Morrisa slowly disappeared.
Stigma leaned against the railings. His face was pale, and blood was running out of his mouth. Morrisa was treating the deep wound on his waist carefully.
The man took the hit from the female leader for Angele. His waist had been crushed, and Angele could see the bloody flesh. Morrisa had removed most of Stigma’s broken bones around the wound. Fortunately, the high-temperature lightning pulse burnt his wound after so Stigma did not lose too much blood.
“Are you alright?” Angele crouched and asked in a light tone.
“It’s painful but it won’t kill me.” Stigma forced a smile on his face.
“The lightning damage is the main problem but at least there’s no internal bleeding,” Morrisa explained. “I did some basic treatment and removed the lightning damage. I need someone to help me with removing the burnt muscle and skin before applying the healing gel to his wound.”
“What’s the requirement? I want to help.” Angele wondered.
“You must know how to control the botanic energy particles perfectly.” Morrisa looked at him.
“I can do that.” Hikari walked to Morrisa. “I’m good at controlling botanic energy particles and I know how to cast healing spells.”
Reyline followed after her and they crouched by Stigma.
“Sure.” Morrisa nodded. “I’ll start the surgery now.”
White glows surrounded their hands and Hikari started drawing green runes in the air.
Morrisa created a white light scalpel and started removing the dead muscles around Stigma’s waist.
There was nothing Reyline and Angele could do, so they waited on the side quietly.
After about half an hour, the surgery was completed with no problem. A part of Stigma’s waist was removed and Hikari was using her healing spells to help the muscles grow back.
Several minutes later, the muscles and skin returned to their original shape. Hikari took out a purple potion from her pouch and handed it over to Stigma.
“Drink it, you’ll recover faster.”
Stigma was still weak. “Thanks,” he said.
“We should be the one to say thanks. You protected Green at the right time. Without you, our boat will crash and all of us will die.” Hikari pursed her lips. After all, the tornado was too terrifying.
“Yeah, you did a great job,” Reyline said in a serious tone. Although there was a blank expression on his face, the wizards knew that he was grateful for what Stigma did in the battle.
Angele took out a glass tube from his pouch. Inside it was some purple dust.
“It’s my special healing dust. You used the potion version before. Consume 3 grams of the dust every day. It will help you recover.”
Stigma grabbed the glass tube and he knew how valuable the medicine was. The potion cured him within several days the last time and it was the best healing gel he had ever used. The purple dust looked like an improved version of that potion.
“I appreciate your help a lot. I didn’t expect you to do that for me.” Angele looked relieved. He would have to give up the amulet to fight back if Stigma did not block the attack for him. The only way to regain strength at that moment was to stop focusing on the control of the boats.
“Go back to your room and have some good rest. You will have to stay in bed for half a month, I think.”
Reyline helped Stigma return to his own room. Angele, Morrisa, and Hikari started cleaning the deck.
The dead storm spirits only left small piles of blue dust on the floor.
Angele walked to the area where the female leader died.
He found something different in the pile of blue dust from the leader.
It was a blue bead.
The bead had the smooth surface of a pearl and had the similar size as an eyeball.
Angele crouched, brushing away the blue dust, and grabbed the blue bead.
He observed the bead closely. Its surface was reflective, and it was still warm.
“The Ash Bead of Storm.” Hikari walked to Angele and recognized the item in Angele’s hand. “Green, be careful with it. It’s a rare item but it’s fragile. The Electric wizards love it. Large amounts of Electric energy particles can be stored inside the bead and help its owner to cast more spells. You’re lucky. It seems like the female leader was very close to her next rank.”
“Ash Bead of Storm? So it’s only good for Electric wizards, right? Will it be useful to Reyline? Can I find a way to use it?” Angele stood up and asked.
“Reyline is different and he has something similar to that. Keep that to yourself. I’m not sure if you can find a way to use it. Maybe you can make it as the core of certain magic circles or matrices.” Hikari shook her head. “You can also trade it with the wizards in Omandis for something else. I’m sure this thing is valuable to any Electric wizards.”
Angele nodded and put the blue bead in his pouch carefully. He coated the surface of the bead with some silver metal to harden it.
“Well, I wanted to keep my promise and cut their heads off, but they turned into dust after they died.” Angele shook his head slightly.
“Come on. I’ve never seen any people cutting elementals’ heads off…” Hikari chuckled. “We’re leaving the storm area, right?”
“Yeah, it should be safe now.” Angele nodded.
The three wizards walked to the railings and looked at the stormy area.
The grey tornado connected the land and the sky. It was surrounded by thick clouds and the wind was soaring.
The noise from the storm was barely noticeable and Angele’s ears were no longer hurting. The tornado looked slow and peaceful from the deck.
“Finally, we’re getting close to our destination.” Angele sighed.
“Yeah, this place is crazy, but the fight was relatively easy.” Hikari nodded.
Morrisa stood on the side quietly, not saying anything.
The three enjoyed the great view of the enormous tornado in front of them.
“How many wizards have the chance to look at the Eye of the Storm so close?” Hikari laughed.
Suddenly, her expression changed.
“Wait, what’s that? Holy sh*t!” Morrisa shouted in surprise.
Thousands of white vortices left the tornado and they were moving to the boat at full speed.
The vortices looked like the bees leaving their nest at the same time.
Countless storm spirits were coming out of the tornado.
They were flying to the boats furiously.
“Run! I’ll increase the speed!” Angele realized what was happening. He shouted and ran to the main mast.
Ten thousand, twenty thousand, one hundred thousand, or two hundred thousand? They had no idea just how many storm spirits were pursuing them. Their sights were filled with storm spirits. The tornado almost looked like a base of the storm spirits. Angele never expected something like that and Stigma did not mention anything about it.
Angele took out the amulet. The red and green energy particles appeared in the air and gathered around it.