The Wizard World - Chapter 543
Chapter 543: Travel (2)
Translator: _Leo_ Editor: Kurisu
The First Elder and the Second Elder were speechless but Mike felt relieved. He was happy that he did not drink the potion.
“Fine… I’ll help her now.” Angele had already collected enough data, he felt a bit sorry for what he just did after seeing Becky’s expression.
Angele took out a gray potion from the mirror and threw it to Becky. “Catch it and drink it. It’ll solve the problem for you.”
Becky caught the tube, removed the stopper, and poured the whole thing into her mouth.
Around ten seconds later, Becky’s breasts and butt slowly recovered. She sighed with relief but she was looking at Angele with fear in her eyes.
Angele clapped his hands. “Alright, let’s rest here for a while. I’ll use the time to improve my potion.”
“Do you need any help? I’m a potion master.” A female wizard stepped forward.
“Don’t worry about it. I’ll get it fixed by the end of tomorrow,” Angele declined the offer. “Just go have some rest, I’ll let you know after it’s done.”
Mike nodded. “We’ll be waiting then. I’ll talk to you later, elders.”
The elders nodded and the other wizards left as well after saying goodbyes. They returned to their carriages. Becky walked to one of the carriages as well.
Angele and the elders were the only people left.
The First Elder’s sight fell upon the black mirror on Angele’s waist. “Green, is that a storage magic device on your belt?”
“You’re correct.” Angele had not thought that the First Elder would notice it.
“We have something similar too.” The First Elder showed Angele the silver ring on his middle finger. “The elders all have it, they show your position in the organization and they are great for storage. Your mother has one too.”
Angele looked at Vivian, who showed him the red ring on her finger.
“Food, water, and our daily supplies are all stored in those rings. The supplies we have will last for years,” Vivian explained. “You have something else to tell us, right, Green? Did you find something that we need to know about?”
Angele nodded. “Yeah, I have something else to discuss with you and the two other elders.” He waved his hand.
A bird with a sharp voice charged down from the sky.
A red dot appeared in the gray sky, getting larger and larger. The bird was red and its body was more than one meter long. Its long red tail was surrounded by flames, releasing gentle red light.
The red bird approached Angele and landed on his right hand.
“I found an interesting place when patrolling the area. Phoenix, take us there.” Angele waved his hand and the bird flew into the air, heading to the left side of the plain.
“Alright, let’s follow after it.” Angele started moving first and the three elders followed after him.
They advanced for several minutes on the plain and saw humongous gray objects ahead.
They noticed that the objects were broken vases or tea pots. Some of them were gray and some of them were dark-red. Each of the objects was over ten meters tall and they looked like small buildings.
The First Elder and the Second Elder looked surprised after seeing those objects.
“Why are those containers so large? What kind of creature would use them for making tea or soup? They look like garbage from the giants…” the Second Elder said as he walked to a red tea pot, rubbing the patterns on its surface gently.
The large containers just lay on the plain; some of them were broken into pieces and there was dark liquid inside. Also, there were containers that were covered with moss.
The four wizards separated and started exploring the area.
Angele walked to one of the large vases and tapped on it lightly.
It sounded like there was nothing inside.
Angele’s brow furrowed; he sniffed at the air. He glanced around, it seemed like he was looking for something.
He walked around the vase and started checking the grass carefully.
“Who’s there?!” the Second Elder shouted in a loud voice from the other side.
Angele rushed to the source of the voice—he went past several tea pots and arrived at a small empty ground. The Second Elder was confronting a group of people with strange appearances.
“Huh?” Angele was a bit surprised after seeing those people.
They stood on the grass, wearing either green armor or long robes. The problem was that they did not look like a normal human beings.
Their heads were huge, at least four times the size of a normal human being’s head; they almost looked like large pumpkins.
Their leader was a girl wearing a luxurious outfit, surrounded by several young males with large heads.
If their heads had normal size, their appearances would be quite attractive. However, their large heads looked a bit funny when they were moving.
“Rosie, my sister… I didn’t expect to meet those barbarians in such a remote area… Do you think we should we capture them and send them to the elders, or should we just kill them here?” a man with a sapphire spoke in a gentle tone.
“I’m much weaker than you, brothers, you should be the ones to make the decision.” The girl covered her mouth with both hands and chuckled.
“We should play a game with them. We’ll go for them together but the first one who captures them will get a reward that’s prepared by Rosie, what do you think?” Another man stepped forward with his hands on his back.
“Come on, Obsidian… Don’t make me do it…” The girl sounded a bit anxious.
Angele and the three elders watched the scene quietly. There were goosebumps rising from their skin.
The Second Elder found the scene a bit disturbing. “I’m done… I knew that people from the Big Head race were narcissists but I never knew that was like this…”
“Second Elder… Can you handle them?” The First Elder did not like the Big Heads as well.
Vivian walked to Angele with a strange expression on her face.
“I heard that there were Big Heads living around the tornado but… Second Elder, please don’t kill them. We can make them our guides.”
“Fine…” The Second Elder waved his hands and walked to the Big Heads after wiping the dust off his robe.
One of the Big Heads’ expression changed after the Second Elder approached them. He saw the badge on the Second Elder’s chest and spoke, “Be careful, everyone! I’ve seen the badge somewhere!”
“You must be joking, this is a remote area with no rare resources, why would a strong being come here? Let me capture him.” A Big Head jumped forward and charged to the Second Elder.
“Karotos Sea Slash!” he shouted, turned into a dark shadow, and flew to the Second Elder.
“Hand of Solidification!” the Second Elder chanted an incantation and created a large translucent hand in front of him. The hand flew straight to the Big Head.
The strike made some loud noise; the Big Head was blown away by the impact and was caught by the other Big Heads.
The Big Head breathed heavily and yelled, “Such power! He destroyed my Karotos Sea Slash without any problem! Be careful, everyone! He must be one of the strongest barbarians!”
Angele and the two elders were speechless. They knew that the Second Elder had not fully released the hand yet but the Big Head was already blown away.
The hand released by the Second Elder was still floating in the air; the man was blown away before it made any movement.
The Big Heads stared at the Second Elder with serious expressions on their faces. It felt like they were looking at a terrifying monster.
Vivian could no longer hold it in—she started laughing. “Those Big Heads live in remote areas and barely communicate with the people from the central area. They have their own society and handle things differently. I knew they were different, but I didn’t know that they were so funny…”
Angele nodded and shrugged. “Well, Big Heads think they’re the inheritors of the giants. They think humans are weak, but they are not strong. They believe in a devil named Haratan, a strong being from a different realm. I want to know how they survived all those wars.”
Vivian smiled and explained, “Their power level is lower than formal wizards’ but higher than wizard apprentices’. The thing is that there are so many of them and they did inherit some of the ancient wizards’ bloodlines. The devil named Haratan is related to the incident of the concept gears. They have no way to fight formal wizards, but they are stronger than the mortals. Also, wizards were not interested in the remote areas so they survived.”
The Big Heads gathered and had a short conversation. It seemed like they finally understood what the badge meant and their expressions turned serious.
“Master wizards from the central area… Sorry for our arrogance, please forgive us,” the girl apologized first. “As a compensation, if you need any help, we’ll do whatever we can to aid you!”
The wizards noticed that the girl’s apology was sincere and they did not want to offend the Big Heads who lived on the plain.
The Second Elder looked at the girl and said, “We’re heading to the abyssal tornado but we’re not familiar with the areas around. If you want to offer us help, you can be our guides.”
“Sure, no problem!” The girl looked happy after hearing those words.
“However, the arrogant kids still need to punished.” The Second Elder waved his right hand and released the hand of solidification.
The large translucent palm was around one meter long.
The Big Heads who offended the Second Elder screamed in pain. They were blown away by the impact and Angele could hear their bones breaking.