Supreme Magus

Derek McCoy was a man who spent his entire life facing adversity and injustice. After being forced to settle with surviving rather than living, he had finally found his place in the world, until everything was taken from him one last time. After losing his life to avenge his murdered brother, he reincarnates until he finds a world worth living in, a world filled with magic and monsters. Follow him along his journey, from grieving brother to alien soldier. From infant to Supreme Magus. ------------------------------------------- Tags: Transmigration, Male MC, Western Fantasy Schedule: 12 chapters/week (unless I'm ill or stuff happens) Chapter Lenght: 1200 - 1400 words Warning: The MC is not a hero nor an anti-hero. He is a broken, cynic and misanthropic person looking only for his own gain. If you are looking for a forgiving, nice, MC that goes around saving people in distress, this is not your cup of tea. Same if you want an unchanging MC with no character development. ------------------------------------------- Discord Server: https://discord.gg/suprememagus ---------------------------------------- Cover of Tiamat form Lith Verhen by josh groban aka manohar aka Animustw. My new Pfp was made by Josh (same as above). Visit the official discord for his official portraits of the characters.

Legion20 · Fantasy
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Grudge (Part 2)

"You have my word that we'll learn together how far your household's power goes because I'll be damned before letting this matter slide."

Headmaster Onia turned her back to Phloria without giving her the opportunity to reply to the Headmaster's allegations, but even if she didn't, Phloria lacked the will to do so.

Even though Constable Griffon had reassured Phloria that her service record would not be affected by Kulah's failure, most Headmasters didn't agree with Tyris's decision.

After their return, the assistants had told everything about their imprisonment. The part about how both Professors and the members of the army hadn't hesitated one second to leave them behind during their escape attempts had caused quite a stir.

Not only was Phloria the officer in charge of the mission, but she was also alive and well. People were trying to pin all the blame on her since the Professors were already dead and no one wanted to taint their memory.