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All of them were representatives of local guilds that worked within the wilderness guilds.
“Did you hear that the wilderness guild was smashed?”
“Yeah, it’s been a while since this area was changed.”
“When I heard about it, it was cleaned up overnight. No matter what I tried to find out, there was no information at all. “I don’t know what’s going on at all.”
Everyone’s eyes turned sideways for a while.
The word AEGIS is attached to the wall.
It was the name of the newly created guild by Sunghyun.
In fact, it was not named as a traditional domestic guild, such as Cheongseong or Hwashin, but it was to make it look like a foreign Hunter guild.
It’s a guild where a large number of unnamed high-ranking hunters suddenly appeared.
It was to confuse the investigation even a little.
“Aegis… must be a foreign guild.”
“Hasn’t it ever been long for anything that crawled in from outside?”
“But I’m sure there’s not a lot of guys out there trying to eat up the whole mess in the yard where the guild has been changed.”
“Whether we go through it or not, I hope we’re still on the same wavelength.”
Control in the area of the small guild to activities and allocation of the dungeon from the guild.
In some cases, they paid for it or paid a certain percentage of the fee.
It was natural because it was impossible to secure a small area unless it was at least at the mid-sized level.
It was a benefit for a large guild because it could make money by handing over a meaningless dungeon for its Hunter to come forward himself.
The local guild was also good because it could receive the dungeon they were targeting.
Therefore, a gap relationship was naturally formed between them.
They have no choice but to be cautious.
Then, the door opened and a guild official appeared.
Sung-Hyun, who appeared with Izuna, walked out and stood in front of the guild leaders.
“You’re all here. Thank you for taking the time to come. I’m Aegis’s…….”
“No, I’m not interested in you, so let’s get started, shall we?”
A guild leader said in a crooked posture.
Even the ruling guild of the district was ignoring Seong-Hyeon, who looked like a regular employee.
Even if it wasn’t a guild leader, everyone was upset because they thought Aegis’ executives would come out.
“Okay, I’m sure all the CEOs are busy, so let me get to the point. We’re here to talk about the change of the ruling guild in this location.”
Sung-Hyun skillfully opened his mouth among those who looked at him ungratefully.
“First of all, the way the dungeon is distributed will remain the same as before, so just because the guild has changed won’t affect it. No, there will be more opportunities. Most of the lower-grade dungeons below the C-rank will be distributed to local guilds.”
“What does that mean? What about your guild’s share.”
“All our guild members are at least B-rank senior hunters because they claim to be a minority.”
In other words, there is no need to deal with the C-rank’s dungeon as its main focus.
Naturally, there were more opportunities for local guilds.
“What? All of them are B rank Hunters? Do you want me to believe that?”
The reaction that it was absurd.
All the B rank Hunters are at the top of the Hunter level.
If that were true, considering its relatively small size, it would have been a large guild-class power that would have occupied at least a few areas.
“Hey, the owners of the area have changed, and I know you want to take discipline because it’s a chaotic time in many ways, but you can only believe it when it’s appropriate.”
“Well… believe it or not, that’s up to you.”
“Where’s a non-wakening man making fun of his mouth!”
The man who jumped up hit the desk.
Even if you’re a big middle-aged guild, you’re not even a hunter of your own, but you’re saying such cheeky things to the guild leaders.
It could never have happened.
However, contrary to the man’s intention to intimidate him with his spirit, Sung-Hyun only responded with a blank face.
“I’m an awakening person, too. I wasn’t hired as a hunter because of my low rating.”
Sung-hyun’s status, known externally, was Hunter of Class E.
The story is that he tried to grow as a hunter, but was frustrated by his late age and scouted by this foreign guild for a large sum of money to pay off his debts.….
It was the setting that Sung-Hyun came up with.
“You’re freaking me out. Does that matter now? You, you bastard…….”
The wall cracked with a sudden roar.
Everyone froze because of the chilling aura that covered the room.
Izuna, who was standing behind, spoke in a low voice.
She was showing her sincere aura.
‘Well, I can’t believe that Hunter was standing there.’
‘What the hell is this…’
The guild leaders were completely overwhelmed and stuck.
As the representatives of the local guild, they were at the level of hunters at the C rank at best.
It couldn’t have been possible to handle Izuna’s aura, which is A-rank Hunter’s level.
It was a moment when they realized that the level itself was different from the wilderness guild, which had previously ruled as well as them.
“I think we’ve got a little settled now.”
In a quiet atmosphere, Sung-Hyun opened his mouth again.
And he brought up the point.
“There’s actually a real reason why I asked you to get together. There are rules that you must follow in the future.”
If a new guild was established, the rules in the zone had to be changed.
Of course, it wasn’t news that they would welcome.
But whether they want it or not.
It would have to follow the new rules, and there was no choice.
“There will be no distinction between the public and Hunter in our guild zone. In many ways.”
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