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Chapter 442 The Magus Tower Was the Most

Powerful Force

What did it feel like to be electrocuted to the point of dancing?

Mag felt like he could win a dance compet.i.tion if he had some background music!

“F*ck you, system!”

Mag's face was charred black as he stood in front of his restaurant. He touched the new afro that he had just been given by the system, and a burst of crackling electricity erupted, making him instantly withdraw his hand. Despite that, his fingertips were still a little numb.

A few holes had also been burned into his chef's suit due to the excessively powerful electric currents, and the acrid smell of something burning wafted throughout the


“Please do not verbally abuse the system!” The system's serious voice sounded.

“F*ck you! F*ck you!”

Mag immediately delivered more verbal abuse upon hearing that. He wasn't prepared at all for that electric current, and as it spread through his body, stimulating his cells, he felt as if he caught a brief glimpse of heaven. It was an indescribable feeling.

After taking off his chef's suit, he discovered that aside from a layer of soot that had appeared over his skin, there was nothing else amiss. His body hadn't suffered any burns, and he heaved a sigh of relief upon seeing that.

The electric currents running through his hair took a while to die down. Mag tried to clench his fist, and as his muscles contracted, he could tell that his strength had improved.

After raising his strength points by 0.5, his strength was comparable to that of a 1st-tier knight. Furthermore, his speed and swordsmans.h.i.+p had also been enhanced, so his overall power had received a boost.

“The system is warning you again, do not-“

“I've acc.u.mulated more than 50,000 points, right? Does that mean I can upgrade the restaurant?” Mag closed the door, and cut the system off as he went upstairs.

The system could only force back its words. It was silent for a moment before putting on a cheery tone as it said, “That's exactly right! You've acc.u.mulated 63,000 points, so you've satisfied the requirement for upgrading the restaurant. You may now trade in your points to upgrade the restaurant to level two.”

“Sorry, but I have no intention of doing that at the moment.” Mag shook his head with a smile.

“You…” The system didn't know how to respond to that.

After stripping off his clothes, Mag walked into the bathroom, and began to clean the soot off his body while experiencing the changes that the additional strength point had brought him.

Mag's power progression was different from normal people's cultivation. In his case, it was more like a game where he had to unlock features through completing missions, becoming stronger in the process.

Furthermore, he also had to constantly practice his swordsmans.h.i.+p in order to make himself the most powerful among beings of the same rank.

Moreover, an additional strength point entailed that the upper limit on his speed and swordsmans.h.i.+p had been raised, so he had to keep training in those aspects.

As Mag washed the soot off his body, he murmured to himself, “If I hone my swordsmans.h.i.+p to the maximal extent that I'm currently capable of, I should be able to take on a 3rd-tier being with no problems, right?”

At the northern gate of Chaos City, a line of gray horse-drawn carriages was slowly approaching. The carriages were drawn by 1st-tier unicorns. They were easy to tame and had great endurance, so they were often used for transport over long distances.

All of the horse-drawn carriages carried boxes of cargo, and it could be seen from the exhausted unicorns that all of the boxes were very heavy. The carriage drivers were also quite

disheveled and weary.

There was a total of 15 such carriages. A middle-aged man in a suit of silver armor sat on the last carriage. There was a large sword beside him, and a smile appeared on his face as he looked up at the tall city walls of Chaos City.

Behind the cargo carriages were eight horse-drawn carriages bearing the insignia of the Roth Empire Magus Tower. A young boy with a head of golden curls peeked out from within the first of those carriages, and he was slightly surprised at the sight of the imposing city walls as he murmured to himself, “So this is Chaos City? Who would have thought that there really would be a city as large as Rodu…”

The young boy appeared to be around 12 or 13 years old, with fair skin and brown eyes. He wore a dark blue set of magician robes with a small golden tower badge adorning his chest. That was the badge of the Roth Empire's Magus Tower.

“It sure is a big city. I heard that all kinds of species live in Chaos City, and even giant dragons are quite common here. That's something that we don't see in Rodu,” an even younger boy chimed in as he tried to look outside the carriage.

“Hmph, it's just a city founded by a bunch of n.o.bodies; it's completely incomparable to Rodu. Even if it's similar in land area, there's no way that it can be as lavish as Rodu, and its laws and order must be in complete turmoil.” Another young boy shook his head with a disdainful expression.

This young boy was slightly older, and appeared to be about 15 to 16 years of age. He also wore a set of deep blue magician robes, and his head of eye-catching green hair was tied in a messy ponytail. His skin was more yellow in color, and he had a few freckles on his face. Whenever he spoke, he had his chin slightly raised as if he were looking

at others using his nostrils.

“Hank, my master said that Chaos City's laws and order are really good, and he warned me to obey Chaos City's laws or I might not be able to go back. Is that true?” The young boy with golden hair turned to the older green-haired boy with a curious expression.

“We're representing the Magus Tower to challenge Chaos School of Chaos City. We have the entire Roth Empire backing us, so why would we have to follow this city's rules?” Hank pursed his lips, and jeered, “George, you have good apt.i.tude, but you're a little cowardly. Magic casters from our Magus Tower only ever have to answer to the Magus Tower; we don't have to pay laws any heed. We're even exempt from having to follow the Roth Empire's laws to a certain extent, so what's Chaos City in comparison? They wouldn't dare to do anything to us.”

“Yeah! The Magus Tower is the most powerful magician faction on the entire Norland Continent; we don't need to follow Chaos City's rules.” The youngest boy among them nodded with an excited expression.

“I see.” George nodded with a thoughtful look. He then asked, “But aside from representing the Magus Tower in challenging Chaos School, aren't we here to congratulate Master on accepting a new disciple? Master also told us to challenge Master's new disciple. We should take that seriously, right?”

“Heh, is just an old fart. My master told me that he could crush into the ground with a single hand. As for his disciple, she's nothing.” A disdainful smile appeared

on Hank's face as a green wand revolved around his finger.

“However, my master told us not to hold back this time. Regardless of whether it's the trash from Chaos School, or that old fart's new disciple, we should stomp them into the ground, and show them the power of the Magus Tower. We have to let them know that the Magus Tower is the premier force on the Norland Continent.” Hank chuckled coldly.