Another World Awakening Transcendental Create Skill - Chapter 160
“Chapter 160: Snow White Figure”
Feeling the hard and cold ground, I regained my consciousness.
I… don’t remember much after Mike cut the wolf’s head…
– This is… Why am I in the shrine?
I sat up and looked around.
Mike is nowhere to be seen.
– It seems you’re awake.
I recognize this voice. It’s the same voice I heard before passing out.
The image of a girl wrapped in a pale white light appeared.
– Who are you?
– I have no name. I was simply born, and at some point gained consciousness. The humans here call me Moonflower.
– Did you heal me after I passed out?
– No. Your friend carried you here. She’s waiting outside.
I looked outside to see two familiar eyes peeking inside. Her tail started wagging once we made eye contact.
– I was witness to your strength. Both of yours. Splendid would be but an understatement. You have earned my respect and trust.
– Wait… Are you the wolf!?
– No. That was simply a part of me used as a guardian. My body fragmented when I descended.
– Does that mean Mike…?
– She is not a part of me. However, I assume she comes from one of the other parts.
– So the seven meteorites…
– I know why you’re here. I have been absorbing the magic in Shimazu and inconveniencing the villagers. I’m aware.
With a sad voice, Moonflower continued.
– But… I can’t go. Not yet. There are still things I have to do.
– Even if it means disrupting the lives of everyone?
– Yes. I’m not too far from finally awakening.
I can’t understand what she’s saying, but her eyes are dead serious.
– Takaya, you have a special talent running through your veins. Your magic… It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen. I have a favor to beg of you.
If she’s “awaken”, could she leave the island?
That would solve all of Akane’s problems, and she would be able to go back to the palace.
– I’ll hear you out.
– Thank you very much.
The girl bowed.
– Takaya, could you use your talents to transform me into a proper sword?
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