Can smile but also can cry
It's fine. If I'm wrong, then I'm wrong. I should have written it better ;)
Tattered corpses. I mean, it's not like the corpse is reduced to nothing. He just makes it impossible to be pieced back/healed.
He used up 70% of his power to kill the demon tree, which left him with only 30%. He used the pill to recover his energy, but after a while, it only recovered to 40% of his full power. And it took them a bit more before Qiel lured out Noel (During that time, Noel recovered another 10% of his full power. So, his current energy reserve is 50% since he managed to recover 20% in that duration)
Ah, my dumb side acting up again. Sorry, I'll fix it.
It's been a while since I last wrote this type of novel. I, too, will be one of the main character's comrade who won't be left behind because they've been power-creeped by MC. ;)
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Fair enough. I tried portraying Grandell's acceptance of Anna's position, but it seems a little bit too much and like he is overstepping his bounds. Even the mayor uses 'Miss' instead of other titles that can directly link to being his wife.
Not yet, But Grandell is the one who says it.
ah sry, mixed it up with another work. I've fixed it. Thanks~
Basically, the rune book and Noel are like a textbook and a teacher in school. What he gives are tips and tricks in learning.
While that might be the case, please don't forget that Noel has the experience in the 'hospital' where a lot of demons are residing. Even with his medal to sense demons, he has knowledge about other ruins, which cause him to take that into account. It might look exploring, but it's more like making sure that nothing will harm him as he descend. This is a 'ruin' after all, and he has been warned and trained to be careful inside. Maybe I have to add that details about Dimitri as well. I mean, while the opponents are strong, Dimitri was a former captain and candidate of the commander's position. It took more than that to defeat Dimitri and Noel could see that fact clearly. While traps might be effective, but Legolaz (or more like the common people who can't differentiate traps) is still there. Causing harm to them can also be considered a direct assault to the kingdom, so no trap. Hope that's enough explanation. :)
I don’t know if it seems like that to you, but I never intend to make it that way. I believe there are a fair share of people with other elements too, but maybe there are a lot of people with a unique power like sound, shadow or telekinesis that one more wind user feels like too many.
There's nothing that states it. In this case, the wind comes from a quick and powerful movement (like swinging your arm fast enough but on a whole different scale), not an element.