I Became The Academy Necromancer - Chapter 144
I Became The Academy Necromancer chapter 144
144. The Best Necromancer
It’s been about a week since I returned to the academy from the Great Forest of Marias.
Since I returned quietly, there were many students and professors who did not even know that I had returned.
Through the lectures that started yesterday, I was able to clearly recognize that I had returned.
I was annoyed by Finden Eye and the Dark Spirit, who bluntly accepted that only they had sent it, but I thought time would take care of it, so I just let it go.
Rather than that, there are things that need to be resolved now.
Eleanor Louden Griffin crying and writing an apology in my lab.
Across her neck was a sign that read, “I am an idiot.”
I don’t know why she’s wearing something like that around her neck. Did the Finden kid play a prank on her?
Well, I’m not saying it’s wrong, but as she left, another female student sneaked up on me.
Arya carefully holds out her reflection to me with her long black hair tied back, probably because it is her summer.
She, too, had a sign hanging around her neck.
‘Sorry for getting into heat.’
“…… Get rid of that sign.”
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No matter how hard it is, isn’t it a little bit like putting something like that on a student? Aria also laughed at my words, and she immediately took off the sign and broke it in half.
“It’s because of the blood, Finden Eye.”
I sighed and began to read Aria’s self-reflection.
– I am deeply reflecting on the incident in which I drew a bad picture with Professor Deius as a model. Actually, I didn’t draw, Eleanor did, but…… Omitted …… But wouldn’t this also be a bittersweet memory from school days? Am I not living the life as Aria Rias, the student the professor wanted?! Like a child who is curious, naive, and curious about everything…… –
After reading that far, I unknowingly put strength in her hands and made up the statement of self-reflection.
When I secretly looked at Aria beyond her reflection, she scratched her cheek with an embarrassed expression.
“Look at me!”
Winks and pretends to be cute.
If it were me, I would have accepted the student’s aegyo because I was calm.
“Increase the length to two pages.”
Since it stimulated my heart so violently, I immediately doubled my apology.
Arya truds back to her seat next to Eleanor and starts writing her reflection again with the piece of paper Owen gave her.
In the middle, she glared at Owen, her accuser, but when I looked again, her gaze immediately fixed on the reflection, like a runaway puppy.
I’ll be here all day today.
To be honest, it’s unpleasant to draw a strange picture with me, but for now, both of them are precious students in their own way, and since they’re still young, I decided to pass it on.
At that time, Illuania turned over the pictures one by one. She just told her to rest at the hotel, so she dared to come all the way here with Sebia.
With the child in her arms, she is looking through Eleanor’s paintings one by one.
She laughs and mumbles what’s funny to herself.
“Is it because they are still children? I have poor imagination. It is so much greater than this.”
Arya and Eleanor are looking at Illuania. I also frowned and glared at her, but Illuania covered her child’s ears and laughed awkwardly.
“An old habit has come out.”
“Haa, stop watching and go out and burn it. Finden Eye will be preparing.”
“Yes, I see! Woojjujju, shall we go to Seville?”
Illuania walks out with a bunch of paintings and Sevia in her arms.
I sigh and turn her head to look at the woman sharing her lab.
I wondered if there would be any damage to Professor Pere Petra, who shares the lab with a rare number of people today.
Buried under her shaggy pink hair, she kept her mouth shut and was absorbed in her task.
According to Erica, her teaching level is so high that her students tend to have a hard time understanding her, so she belongs to the Genius Department.
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No matter how you look at it, the figure holding up and turning around with arms that can only be seen for real does not look like a mad scientist or a murderer.
Professor Per let out a sigh of regret. I slowly approached her because she and I had finished her work.
Two female students glanced at me in the middle, but as soon as I opened her eyes, I slammed my face back into her paper.
“Ah, Professor Deius. You’ve offended me! Sin, sorry!”
Professor Ferr scratches his head saying he’s sorry. She says she doesn’t have to apologize and stands by her side.
It was indeed a sophisticated body.
It’s amazing how they made it. I’ve heard it’s like some kind of alchemy.
I was curious, but I had no intention of acting shamelessly by asking about individual research results.
As I stare at the body, Professor Per replies, twisting his body shyly.
“Actually, the process of making the body itself is not difficult, but there is no one to actually demonstrate it.”
“I tried it, but I think it will be very different from using three arms and the feeling of real users.”
I wondered for a moment where the prosthetic hand was attached and used, but there are people who can help with that part.
“Looks like I can help.”
“Wait a minute, please.”
After saying that, I head out of the lab.
“Until I come, watch over those two guys so they don’t run away.”
“Oh yes! All right!”
“If Owen gets bullied, tell me right away.”
“Yes, spirit commander!”
The eyes of the two girls, who were trying to take advantage of my going out, get out of focus again.
Anyway, even if they let go, they let go too much.
So you’re doing weird things with my face.
Well, to be precise, it’s Deus’ face, so I don’t actually feel very offended.
When I got out, I was able to find someone to help me, although it took me a while.
“Why are you here?”
The Dark Magician is sitting on the ledge on the roof of the academy and looking at the surrounding scenery. She was a little puzzled by her unusual behavior, but she still wasn’t looking at me.
“Haa, relax moderately. It was something I had to do alone.”
Of course it was my responsibility to ask for forgiveness from the souls I forcibly used in the Great Forest of Marias.
There was no need for the Dark Spirit to accompany him.
[What do you do when a student makes a big mistake?]
[They ask you to bring your parents? I also put in contact with the family. Aren’t I in that position too? When you make a mistake, I think I’m qualified to bow my head as well.]
“There is no need to do that.”
At my words, the dark wizard turned his head and came down from the railing and strode forward.
Unusually, he seemed really angry.
[Who taught you how to handle necromantics?]
“…… It is you.”
[If I hadn’t been there, you would still have been devoured by Remegeton, not doing proper necromancy, just scratching the basics?]
A dark mage whose words have become quite vehement.
I thought it would go away on its own with time, but did that actually become poison?
It seems to have festered inside.
[Isn’t that something I can do for you? Aren’t you in a position to go together, kneel down, and apologize?]
The dark mage grinned and glared at me with his fists clenched and his face sticking out.
I opened my mouth to her attitude of asking me to do something if I have something to say.
“Yes, that is correct.”
[…] … Yes?]
I didn’t think I would accept it so easily. On the contrary, the Dark Spirit made a puzzled expression, but I continued talking.
“If you think so and want to do it, you deserve it.”
Because the Dark Spirit has become a pretty important person to me too.
When she’s embarrassed, she stutters.
“But don’t get me wrong. It’s not because I ignored you and kept my distance.”
Rather, she told her to leave first in the sense that she didn’t want to make me suffer like that.
[Kuh, kuh hmm. Is it so. All right.]
A dark mage who coughs and looks away because it’s awkward. She couldn’t be seen very well, but she seemed to be trying to hold back the corners of her mouth smirking through the translucent fabric.
After a while, the Dark Spirit regained her true self, and as if her mood improved, she asked.
[Did you apologize well in the forest?]
“I did my best. Not everyone accepted it, but she paid for it.”
Saint Lucia healed me, so I’m fine now, but actually, when she came out of the Great Forest of Marias, I was covered in blood and passed out again.
Because there were no souls who would go over the fact that they were forcibly used.
“And there is one thing I got.”
[Did you get it?]
I slowly reached out to the black priest who tilted her head at what she was talking about.
A blazing red orb.
Some might think of it as a small ball of fire, but the Dark Spirit was different.
She gives her a small nod of her head as she opens her eyes round in surprise.
“Although it has weakened a lot, I was able to collect it because the guardian spirit is also a spiritual being after all.”
At my calm answer, the dark mage makes an expression of bewilderment, but in the end she laughs in vain.
[Former saintess, great devil, now a guardian deity who has lost the land. You are really amazing.]
“You forgot one.”
“Isn’t the continent’s best necromancer also with me?”
As I looked at her and gave her a faint smile, her dark spirit opened her mouth for a moment, her shoulders lifted, and she exclaimed proudly.
[Sure! Of course! I have no intention of stepping out of the top spot yet! Be diligent!]
“Yes, I will try. Let’s go.”
As I turned her body around, the dark spirits said they were happy and followed them.
[hehehe, you are very kind today since you came looking for me. I need to get angry often.]
I didn’t feel too bad for her reaction when she hummed her hum.
She wasn’t aiming for it, but if she was in this condition, it wouldn’t be difficult to ask her.
Go back to the lab.
I pointed to one of the prosthetic arms lying there and said.
“Professor Perr said he needed a real user. I thought it would feel similar since you don’t have a body.”
The Dark Spirit, who was staring at me blankly, slowly clenched her fist.
Then it exploded just as expected.
[This! This! Oh you fool! You tricked me! You took advantage of me with sweet words! Bad Guy! Trash! Necromancer!]
“…… You are also a necromancer.”