I Gave Up Their NTR Liberation Quest - Chapter 105
I Gave Up Their NTR Liberation Quest chapter 105
105 – The past rejects the present
Skaja is never a likable person.
I can’t count the times when I laughed at most of the things, basically created a situation where I could sigh, and then unknowingly, blood vessels sprouted on my forehead when I saw him smiling brightly.
But even if you can’t have a crush on him, if you ask him if he’s an evil person, that’s not the case either.
Like other mad wizards, he does not perform evil acts such as conducting rituals in which thousands of humans are sacrificed, or summoning the Great Devil to slaughter people.
“… what are you guys?”
“But what kind of dog thing is this again?”
But sometimes he would do such outrageous things.
“… Who is this?”
“Skaya… would you?”
look at it now
Skaya’s original… Instead, her current appearance is a style that makes people laugh unnecessarily and annoy people, but the Skaya seen in Neros’ memories was completely different.
It was cold, sober.
Even though it was a bit different from Skaya now, she showed a bit of cruelty.
I don’t know why it’s changed so much, but at least the Skaya of 10 years ago and the Skaya of today are definitely different.
“Speak quickly. Who the hell are you guys?”
And the skaya now in front of me is undoubtedly the skaya from 10 years ago.
The sharp eyes and the subtle leakage of the power of dominion, which should normally have disappeared, are proof of that.
If only the atmosphere had changed, she could have just acted again and moved on, but the silvery magic that was subtly radiating from her body now was proof that she was not the old Skaya.
“I really want to ask. Why did a different Skaya pop out than the one I knew?”
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Judging from the way you speak, it seems that you don’t even know.
To be honest, since this is what Skaya did, it wouldn’t be strange at all if he proceeded with the idea of ‘Let’s do it and see!’.
On the contrary, it would be more surprising if the preparation was meticulous.
“Master, there is a letter on the floor here.”
When I picked up the letter that had fallen on the floor at Lianne’s words, I quickly opened it after seeing the name written in a very familiar handwriting.
“… If you are reading this letter, I will no longer exist in this world.”
Though I was dazed by the sudden sentence of death, I continued to read the letter as I hurriedly grasped my senses while looking at Skaya in front of me.
“To be precise, the woman named Scaya Arinfield, who has lost her magic circuit and is no longer useful, will no longer exist. What remains there is the old Scaya Arinfield.”
Clearly, when Skaya and Neros were fighting, Skaya was definitely in her prime. It wasn’t enough to fight with Neros on equal footing, and he even overpowered him in the second half, so that’s all I said.
However, rather than news like this, I wonder why the skaja of this era disappeared and how the skaya of the past appeared in this era.
It is impossible to commit time-related things in a normal way, at least within the category of magic that I know.
If not, would Rianne have brought me back while suffering?
“The reason I summoned her is because this body is so damaged that I can no longer use it properly.”
“… what is this sound.”
As Skaya listens to my story, she opens her eyes wide as if embarrassed and asks back, but she can’t answer that question. There’s no way I could have that kind of ability, and it’s impossible to think about what Skaya did with common sense.
So what I chose was to read the letter as quickly as possible.
“The magic circuit is completely broken, so I can only send out a few words at the end, and the only thing I can do is hand-to-hand combat after strengthening the whole body with magic power.”
At my words, Skaya’s face turned a little white.
Is it a situation where the other side will hear that their magic circuit will be broken in the future?
“What are you talking about.”
“No, there was a little accident.”
As she blurted out her words, she looked away from Skaya, who looked at the letter again, biting her fingernails in annoyance.
“So I made a choice. If I am impossible, it will be possible to call the past me.”
“… Is that possible?”
Lianne asked in vain.
Even if she had sage-level magical power and knowledge, rewinding time or summoning her past self, like Skaya said, would normally be impossible.
“It’s possible because it’s Skaya.”
“What do you mean by that?”
When Rianne asked again, I picked up my hypothesis.
“Skaya did not regress. I just summoned my past self by using myself as a catalyst and sacrifice.”
Actually, this is great enough.
When a certain wizard summons something, it varies greatly depending on the person who comes out. If something unusual doesn’t happen like I did when I summoned Neros in the past, summons will appear driven by the spirit.
But Skaja twisted it.
“Perhaps the magic of domination forced her past self to come out.”
Even if the magic of control is small, the magic of control is the magic of control.
Magical power specialized in forcing and controlling something.
It would be possible to at least give the magic formula coercion.
“Of course, the burden placed on the summoner when summoned is not something an ordinary human can bear.”
No, this just wouldn’t be something a creature could survive.
It’s only a theory, but I’ve been determined many times that the act of connecting the past and the present is impossible with magic.
There have been many attempts like this in the past.
To save a lover from the past, to save a dead child, or to save a child who had died, or a wizard burning with a passion for learning and a challenge, they tried many times, and the conclusion was impossible.
“Because it has been concluded that the cost of trying to connect the past and the present is impossible even if you sacrifice a bunch of ordinary human souls.”
Skaya, who had been silent while reading the letter, said a word.
Yes, simply put, there is not enough money to connect the past and the present.
That’s an absurd lot.
“But Skaya did it.”
There must have been quite a lot of sacrifices. Offerings and catalysts related to such summoning magic were scattered throughout the academy storage room.
“So why did you summon the me from the past?”
“… You say you’re useless?”
After listening to the words written in the letter, the former Skya sighed and read the letter again slowly.
When I heard Skaya’s story, I was obsessed with heroes.
It was a kind of mental illness caused by not being saved, and it was nothing more than turning a blind eye to the death of a family member.
That’s why Skaya was able to sacrifice herself casually.
It is irresponsible to call oneself from the past and entrust the work rather than deciding oneself as a useless existence and leaving the choice to future generations.
It’s really like a skaya.
“So… Am I entrusted to take care of the aftermath?”
“Exactly. After all, it’s Scar.”
Skaja throws the letter to the floor, her beautiful silver hair shaking, and she grabs her hair and falls to the floor.
“Why the hell are you doing this to me?”
“… I guess Skaya does say things like that too.”
“ok? Then I am a human being, but I live with laments.”
yeah that’s normal
But I’m saying this because the current Skaya wasn’t normal.
“what. what’s the reaction What the hell did the future me do?”
Skaya spoke quickly and looked at me.
He pretends to be calm, but his eyes tremble relentlessly. There must be something uneasy.
“First of all, he was basically an annoying person.”
“Aren’t they using non-lethal magic close to lethal against incoming students?”
“Come to think of it, I heard that you secretly defected from the academy and bought expensive alcohol?”
“Yeah, there is that too. But even more impressive is the magic that pretends to be crazy on the day of the academy graduation ceremony and uses the magic to kill the top and bottom seats… .”
The mana of control invaded my throat in an instant, and the sound was blocked in my throat, as if the air was spinning.
hey The reaction is definitely new.
“It can’t be. You’re so different from the adults I thought you were.”
Skaya looked at me and opened her mouth again.
“Tell me the truth.”
“There wasn’t an inch of lies in what you said so far.”
A deep sense of despair lingered in Skaya’s eyes.
“It’s a lie… That’s not what I imagined as an adult… .”
Skaya’s age is over a century old, but she’s dedicated over 100 years to regenerating her body since she was 7, so her mental age probably doesn’t differ much from her appearance.
In addition, if you include the time it took to get out of town without parents, and the time it took to get a proper education… .
“It is different from what I imagined!!!”
The body of an adult, the mind of a teenager.