The Wizard World - Chapter 542
Chapter 542: Travel (1)
Translator: _Leo_ Editor: Kurisu
“Two more days until we leave the central continent…”
The First Elder looked at Angele sitting in the carriage in front of theirs and spoke in a low voice, “I wonder how safe Green’s method is… however, leaving central continent might be a wise decision. We can find a safe area and rebuild our organization.”
The Second Elder remained silent, he was stirring a cup of dark drink but he did not say a word.
Vivian was leaning against the window, looking at the plain.
“Sadly, the Fourth Elder and the Fifth Elder decided not to join us.” She looked at a black bird that just flew over the sky; she sounded a bit depressed.
“The Fourth Elder and the Fifth Elder never wanted to leave the central continent… They have too many things bothering them here. It’s understandable,” the First Elder replied calmly.
“Grandpa!” Suddenly, he heard the crisp voice of a child. The door was opened and a boy that was around seven years old jumped into the First Elder’s arms.
First Elder hugged the boy and a smile appeared on his face. “What happened, Benny? Why are you here again? I can’t give you more rainbow candies.”
“I don’t like rainbow candies anymore! I want annie cookies!” the boy shouted.
“There’s no annie cookies here…” The First Elder was speechless. “Alright, sit down here quietly if you want to stay.”
“Fine…” The boy sat down in front of the First Elder with Elder’s arms around his neck quietly.
The First Elder looked at Vivian and spoke with a low voice, “Vivian, are you ready for everything? It might not be the best choice to leave the central continent.”
“No worries. I’m not bothered by my past anymore,” Vivian responded.
Suddenly, the carriages slowly stopped as the bulls made loud noises. The whole caravan stopped.
“Three elders, it seems like something is blocking the road. Green stopped the carriages and he wants you to check the situation,” a young man shouted outside the carriage.
The First Elder stood up and exchanged eye contact with Vivian. It seemed like he already knew what he was going to happen. “Let’s go have a look.”
They left the carriage with Benny and walked to Angele.
There were already some people around the first carriage. They stood in front of a gray tomb, some of them talking.
The man standing in front of the crowd was a man in a black robe. He had long red hair that was almost around his waist. He crossed his arms and looked at the tomb quietly.
It was Angele, who just got off the carriage. He saw the elders and his mother so he walked to them.
He pointed at the tomb and said with a low voice, “Elders, please take a look.”
The wizards looked at the tomb; they noticed that the tomb was around two meters tall and one meter wide. Half of the tomb was underground, releasing gentle white light. It looked like the tomb was releasing energy waves.
On the surface of the tomb, it said “Central Continent”.
“I knew it…” First Elder was not concerned. “Green, you’ve lived on the west coast, you must know what this is, right?”
Angele nodded as a serious expression appeared on his face. “That’s why I stopped the caravan. I need to tell you something here, something that is very important.”
The wizards slowly quieted down as their sight fell upon Angele’s body. They were relatives of the elders or at least people who were related to them. They made a choice that a normal person would not make. They were prepared for what was coming.
“Just say it, what’s the matter?” A white robe stepped forward. The man had short white hair and it seemed like he was older than others. He stepped forward first, so he might be the one that was trusted by other wizards.
“This tomb, just as everyone can see, is the legendary boundary marker,” Angele spoke in a loud voice so everyone could hear. “The boundary marker separates the central continent from other regions, but it’s not just a simple piece of stone.”
Most of the wizards finally understood what Angele was implying and their brows furrowed.
“Don’t tell me that’s…” The male white robe’s expression changed, he turned his head around as his sight fell upon one of the carriages. A beautiful girl with black hair was sitting in that carriage and glancing around with a young girl in her arms.
“Sorry, what’s your name?” Angele did not continue, he just asked the man’s name.
“Mike, just call me Mike,” the white robe responded. “The radiation in the areas past this tomb will not be purified, right?”
The wizards around the tomb lowered their heads and started trying to figure out a way to handle this. Some of them were looking at Angele.
“You must have a way to handle this since you talked about it, right?” a female wizard wondered.
Angele nodded. “You’re right, I have a way to deal with this, but you need to put some effort into it. The tomb marks the end of radiation purification. There are so many wizards in the central continent and they are releasing strong energy waves all the time. The radiation from the energy is collected by the purification tower so that it will increase the mortals’ resistances and they won’t get hurt.”
He stopped for a second and continued, “However, when we left the effective range of the tower, the terrifying energy waves released by the wizards will hurt the mortals.”
The wizards’ expressions turned even more serious after hearing the word.
There was a total of eight wizards here, excluding Angele and the First Elder. There were more than ten people who were just related to the wizards and around seven people who were just mortals.
Mike spoke in a hoarse voice, “Which means, if we leave the effective range, the people around us will be injured if we can’t control the energy waves we release.”
“That’s right,” Angele agreed and nodded.
The elders walked to Angele as the other wizards stepped aside.
“Green is correct, the purification tower is the reason why people think that the central continent is strong. The mortals can live here without any problem,” First Elder spoke in a deep tone. “You’ve all read about it from the books but you never left the central continent and you don’t know how serious the problem is. I’ll make some quick explanations here. Radiation energy is a deadly drug to mortals. Mortals will mutate or just die if they’re exposed to the radiation for too long…”
“So, how do we deal with the radiation?” One of the wizards was getting impatient.
“We’ll never be able to leave the central continent if you don’t tell us anything.”
“Calm down, Green must have the correct answer.” The First Elder looked at Angele and smiled.
“Of course.” Angele nodded as he took out a purple tube from the mirror. What filled up the tube was some pink liquid. “To handle the radiation, we need to stabilize the energy that’s stored in the wizards’ bodies. The energy waves they release will be weakened, so the radiation energy will not do too much damage to the mortals. I designed the potion by myself; it’ll work, however…”
“What? Stop wasting time,” Vivian interrupted, “everyone is waiting for you to get to the point.”
“Well, I want to make sure that everyone is interested in my creation…” Angele had a smile on his face. “Anyway, I want you to know that I crafted this potion right before we reached the tomb so I don’t know if it has side effects…”
“Alright… I’ll be the test subject,” Mike spoke in a calm tone. “My wife and my daughter are mortals. I can’t put them in danger.”
Angele smiled. “Of course, but you don’t have to take the risk. I have a perfect test object here… Becky, come to me.”
“Huh?” Mike was confused. He just glanced around.
White light flashed around Angele’s body and a beautiful gift in white armor appeared. The girl looked sleepy and it seemed like she had no idea what was happening.
Angele looked at Becky.
“Alright, everyone. Open your eyes.” He removed the stopper from the tube and poured the liquid into Becky’s mouth.
“Huh… What’s this?” Becky sounded like that she just woke up from a sweet dream.
Angele lowered the test tube and responded, “It’ll make you feel… refreshed.”
The wizards looked at Becky who was still swallowing the liquid. They felt speechless.
“It tastes great…” Becky licked her lips and noticed that there was a bunch of wizards looking at her with sympathy in their eyes. She finally woke up.
She grabbed Angele’s collar and shouted, “Damn it! What did you just pour into my mouth!?”
“Nothing, just a tube of potion that I crafted. Oh, wait, it’s working!” Angele was excited, he pushed Becky’s hands away from stepped several meters away from her.
The other wizard stepped away from Becky and started observing her.
Becky’s butt started growing quickly, it looked like there were two large balloons in her butt. However, her breast started shrinking quickly, it almost turned flat.
“Oh, lord, what have you done?! What did you do to me?” Becky put her hands on her butt.
“My breasts… are in my butt now!” she shouted in a shaky tone.
“It did stabilize her energy waves… So, this is the only side effect.” Angele rubbed his chin.
“Your breasts disappeared but your butt is much larger than before… Maybe I put too much horse rats into that…”
“Alright, Green. Just help her.” Vivian decided to help Becky. Vivian was a woman too and felt sorry for what Becky had to experience.
The wizards around were trying their best not to laugh. Benny was the only one here who was laughing like crazy but the First Elder covered his mouth