The Misfit of Demon King Academy - Chapter 122.1
Zeke would have known I would point out a lie regarding the child of god because its the thing I want to know the most and the thing he has to hide the most so he would definitely pick something specific to lie about.
If he didn’t he would have lost already, however, winning this game in exchange for information about the child of god will not be of much benefit to him. At best he will be able to destroy Melheys.
In other words, it’s reasonable to assume that Zeke has not yet revealed what he really wants to hide.
Zeke isn’t lying about the child of God though I can’t just believe everything he said because its possible to hide information about the child of God without setting the lie to be about the child of God.
For example, let’s say you’ve specified a lie about the Great Spirit Reno. Because I saw in <Rimnet> that Misa might be the child of god he had to answer so of course in response to my earlier question about whether or not Misa and the Great Spirit Reno are related to the child of God, he said that they are.
If it’s irrelevant, you have to say it is irrelevant and he can lie about the matter of the Great Spirit Reno. He could have lied about the Great Spirit Reno carrying the child of God in her body.
In that case, the possibility remains that he is trying to misrepresent Misa as the child of God in order to hide the real child of God.
“Fumu. Then my next question.” (Arnos)
I’ve got six questions left and 3 more times I can point out a lie.
The question to uncover what’s Zeke’s lying about should be…..
“Is there just one child of god?” (Arnos)
The more you limit your questions you less you can lie. If you just answer the number of people, it’s not relevant in any way except to the child of god and we have already confirmed that Zeke has not lied in matters relating to the child of God.
The possibility of lying about this is low but you never know.
“Indeed. There is only one child of God. That’s what Nousgalia told me, and he promised me it was true.” (Zeke)
Misha and Sasha are being counted as one person when they fuse.
At the very least, this means that out of Misa, Zeshia, Misha and Sasha, at least two of them, are not the child of God and that Zeke lied to make me think so.
The question is, what would be the best answer to the question of lying about two or more people being the child of God? The simplest answer is that it should be about my subordinates. That way, Zeke can answer questions involving Misa, Eleonor, Zeshia, Misha and Sasha with lies.
Basically, my next question will confirm it.
“Then are Misha and Sasha the same age?” (Arnos)
I asked him a question to which the answerer is obvious.
If Zeke specified the matter to be lied about as being about my acquaintances or subordinates then he cannot answer this question correctly and has no choice but to lie.
“Their ages are the same because they were born on the same day.” (Zeke)
Zeke spoke the correct answer. Then he hasn’t picked my subordinates or my acquaintances as the matter he can lie about.
Could he have lied so that two or more of them were the child of God? The first answer, Zeke said, was that he had heard it directly from Nousgalia and that the fellow had promised not to lie.
If we specify the matter to be lied about as being about Nousgalia, then we can answer the first question as if everyone were a child of God.
“I’ll use my right to point out a lie. You’re lying about Nousgalia.” (Arnos)
“Unfortunately that’s wrong.” (Zeke)
So it’s correct that the child of god is just one person.
But at the first question, Zeke spoke as if there were three children of God. It could be that he lied about two of them, or even all three, but it would have been difficult for him to tell such a lie, no matter what else he might have specified.
There’s no lie so far and in his first answer, he only alluded to the child of god and not that there was a child of god, only a possibility.
Misa’s tradition as a spirit was to be the person who would destroy the demon king of the tyranny as the child whom great spirit Reno was pregnant with and carried directly in her body.
Eleonor is the magic that the heavenly father created in his negotiations with Jerga to create a divine vessel, and that vessel is little Zeshia.
And Misha and Sasha if I hadn’t stopped them, would have been born as God intended in one body carrying god’s will and great magical power.
Two of those are not the child of god or more precisely they weren’t born in order to destroy the demon king of tyranny.
If I go in order through the problem, finding out who the child of god is isn’t very hard.
“Next question. Who’s the child of god?” (Arnos)
3 questions left.
“It’s Zeshia.” (Zeke)
He cannot lie about the child of god.
If I believe he just lied then he picked the identity of the child of god to lie about. If that’s the case then not only who is the child of god but he could even lie about who the fire death king is or who the demon king of tyranny is.
Going back to the great spirit Reno, she is the mother of all spirits. All spirits are her children not just Misa so if you think about it the right answer to give to my question would have been Misa, however, he cannot answer with Misa because this is what he’s chosen to lie about.
There’s a good possibility he’s lied with his answer of Zeshia because Misa is the child of God.
Let’s just confirm it.
“Who’s the demon king of tyranny?” (Arnos)
2 questions left.
“My master Eldomade-sama.” (Zeke)
Fumu. He’s just about within the rules with this answer.
“You’re lying about the identity.” (Arnos)
“Unfortunately that’s wrong.” (Zeke)
Not lying about the identity? This means that he’s answered the question of who the demon king of tyranny is with a lie. So he’s specified that the matter to be lied about is related to me?
Since who the child of god is cannot be lied about then it’s decided that Zeshia is the child of god.
This is strange.
2 questions left and 1 asking if he’s lying left.
The only way for me to win is to guess what Zeke has specified as the subject of his lie.
He’s singled out things about me as things to lie about but why would he designate such a lie?
You can lie about me, you can lie about the demon king of tyranny, but you can’t completely hide the child of God.
If Zeke wins this contest of wits, he will, at best, have the right to destroy Melheys. What good does it do him to bury one of my subordinates in exchange for information about the child of God?
I’m having a hard time coming up with an answer.
He has to win this contest of wits while completely concealing the true identity of the child of god.
Either Zeshia isn’t the child of god or perhaps, by destroying Melheys, he would have advantages that would rival the information about the child of God.
No, if there was a benefit to destroying Melheys that was comparable to the information about the child of God, then he would not designate the lie to be about the demon king of tyranny, but would rather choose a more certain way to win.
Then that means…….
“Did you notice Demon King Arnos?” (Zeke)
Zeke floats a bold smile.
“But it’s already too late. You lost this battle of wits the moment you started it with me!” (Zeke)
Zeke sets up magic and anti-magic barriers.
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