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Chapter 6 No More Foolishness (1)

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Raymond Pilius

Alex Tilinger, Baron Tilinger’s second son.

Ronald Pilius, emperor of the Pilias Empire.

Aloken Pilius, third Prince of Pilias Empire

Lisefield Dior, an Old Mage

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A small awkwardness appeared within his heart, he turned his gaze to his opposite side because he could feel the emperor’s gaze full of worries about his son.

“How did this happen?” His worry only appeared briefly as the emperor soon regained his dignity. He now asked for the whole story.

Raymond tried to hide his nervous look and swallowed his dry saliva. He can’t reveal about the “Spear of sacrifice” yet, so he has to answer well here.

He needed to use his brain to the maximum in order to come up for a plausible lie.

“While being inside the imperial chamber no.7, I found a book that says how to release. I got interested in it, so I tried it while reading.”

“So what happened after?” asked the emperor. His voice was filled with curiosity. He seemed to have erased a lot of worries because the healer sent a signal from the side saying that Raymond’s condition was okay?

“I was able to release my mana.”

“Really?”

The emperor was surprised. The royal knights, who were standing nearby them, also had their eyes opened wide.

‘The Fifth Prince, famous for being an asshole, has finally released his mana?’

This was a suitable lie, and there was no way they would find the actual truth. With everyone looking at the fifth prince with astonishment, only the royal guards remained unwavering.

“Yes, His Majesty. What kind of situation would I lie about?”

“I believe in you.”

“Your Majesty, the Minister must have already know that you are absent.”

“It’s time to go now?”

It was the conversation between the confident and the emperor. The emperor seems to have left all his schedules for a while and ran back when he came to know that his son collapsed despite his busy schedule.

“Don’t push yourself too hard.”

After saying this last sentence, the emperor left the infirmary.

Only then did the knights, who were nervous about the sudden appearance of the emperor, calm their minds down.

“How is your condition, Your Majesty the Fifth?” When the situation calmed down, Alex was the first to step near the prince. When asked, the healer opened his mouth with a light smile.

“You’ve used up a lot of your vitality, but you’ll recover if you stay stable and get plenty of rest for a few days.”

“Thanks.”

Raymond didn’t want to actually rest, but he answered with a nod towards the healer. 

Back at the palace of the Fifth prince.

Raymond called Alex.

“Did you call me? Fifth Prince.”

“Alex, there will be a secret visitor coming, so minimize the patrolling guards within the perimeter around the bedroom.”

“There was an attack on the Imperial Palace just a few days ago. Is that okay?”

Alex cautiously expressed his concerns. He understood the meaning of Raymond having a secret guest, still he couldn’t help but to worry.

Although his feelings for the fifth prince have been developing into fondness recently, he was still not loyal to him yet.

However, Alex was the first person to take immediate action if there was a problem within the fifth prince’s personal safety.

“Alex, there’s nothing you’re worried about. It’ll only take a few minutes, so stop patrolling for half an hour.”

“Yes, Your Grace the Fifth.”

“Go get some rest.”

Alex is gone. 

Not long after Alex left, the door slowly opened and an old man wearing a brown robe walked in.

It’s Lisefield Dior.

“Has the old man come?”

He turned his head in the direction he felt as he put down the glass.

There, Lisefield stood with a tired look on his face.

“You’re not wearing the blue-tower robe.”

“Fifth Prince, that robe became a mess.”

Instead of answering, Raymond nodded slowly.

“When I came back to the tower, some of the Royal Guard were questioning me why my robe became a mess. Really, I’ve had a hard time making excuses.”

Lisefield said, while wiping his fake sweat drops. Raymond frowned as he filled the glass.

‘The Royal Guard questioned you? This is a little too much.’

“Before there were times I was being targeted, why did they send a Royal Guard for you? Old man, what the hell do you usually do? You’ve done a lot of suspicious things?”

“Sigh! The Royal Guard has no choice but to come.”

Lisefield sighed with a mixture of complex emotions.

“You have made a hole in the blue tower, the tower which was covered with an ancient defensive magic.”

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