Surviving in Another Dimension: I Can See Hints - Chapter 36
A high damage value appeared above Carl’s head.
Almost one-third of Carl’s health points were instantly cleared.
He also cried out in pain as he was sent flying by the arrow.
At that moment, the Wolf Cavalrymen were doing their best to kill the Skeletal Warriors and the Dead with a dagger.
No one could interrupt its chanting.
At the same time, the Necromancer raised its staff again, ready to deal another blow to Carl, who had fallen to the ground.
Wang Jue didn’t hesitate. With an arch of his brow, he started charging with his kite-shaped shield.
After the Necromancer Arrows were released, he was already standing in front of Carl with the shield.
There was a loud crash.
The arrows struck the shield hard.
Wang Jue, who was holding onto the shield, only felt a tremendous impact on his arm.
His body instantly became unstable.
Thankfully, he still managed to block out the arrows.
However, this attack made the already dented shield even more damaged.
Behind him, Carl took the opportunity to stand up. He looked at the Overlord who was standing in front of him, blocking the attack for him with a shield and could not help tear up.
He was utterly touched.
[Due to your sacrifice, Carl’s Loyalty to you has increased 100, current Loyalty: 100]
[Once his loyalty is full, Carl will unconditionally carry out any of your orders, or even give up his life.]
Carl’s loyalty was immediately maxed out.
He had become the first combat soldier under Wang Jue with full loyalty!
Other than the three silly farmers, Carl was also one of Wang Jue’s men with full loyalty.
However, the current situation did not allow Wang Jue to think too much.
Wang Jue leaped up, raised his shield, and charged.
“Carl, don’t just stand there. Come with me!”
Then, he took the lead and charged to the Necromancer.
The sword in his hand was like a bolt of silver-white lightning as it struck forward.
The remaining two bone fragments shattered one after another.
Wang Jue’s sword struck the Necromancer’s head, creating a gash.
It revealed blackish-gray dried flesh beneath.
And dealt 50 points of damage.
At this moment, Carl arrived.
The sharp sword in his hand swung left and right, leaving two slashes on the Necromancer’s head.
Without the protection of the skeleton armor fragments, the Necromancer could no longer cast spells calmly.
It was also getting attacked by Wang Jue and Carl on both sides.
That made it even harder for it to retaliate.
After this delay.
The Wolf Cavalrymen soldiers also finished off the two Skeleton Warriors.
They gathered around and began their gang fight.
After each person dealt a strike, the Necromancer was left with a silver of Health Points.
Then, Wang Jue slashed with all his might, unleashing his final strike.
After a flash of green light, the Necromancer disappeared, leaving behind several white and green balls of light.
[Killed LV 11 Resentful Necromancer (Green)]
[Received 880 EXP]
On the other side, the Shadow Beings had also finished their battle.
Every one of them sustained some injuries.
The two Wolf Cavalrymen were still in good condition.
Each of them only lost 40 to 50 health points.
Wang Jue didn’t hide anything. He brought out one liter of spiritual spring water and distributed it.
Everyone drank it and recovered their health points.
Wang Jue gave the order.
As for himself, he started to collect the rewards from the Dead.
He began to clean up the battlefield.
And then put everything away.
Wang Jue did a cursory scan and found that these Dead dropped mostly beginner level weapons and leather armors.
Apart from that, there were not many good things.
The attributes of these weapons and leather armor were only slightly better than the ragged equipment that was given to them at the very beginning.
It was similar to the equipment he obtained from killing the bandits.
Wang Jue was prepared to take care of them altogether when he returned to the territory. He would pick a few pieces with decent attributes and leave them for the soldiers to use as spare armors. The rest would be sold or handed over to Datou’s Blacksmith Shop for reforging.
There were only a few good items.
Wang Jue began to check them one by one.
[Soldier Enhancement Bead x3]
[Can be used on any soldier. Randomly enhances 10 basic attributes.]
(Soldier strengthening Item, a strong soldier is good for you too.)
[White Bone Scepter x1]
[Magic Damage: 53]
[Chanting Speed :+8%]
[Skills: Summon Skeletons x1, White Bone Armor x1]
“This is the Necromancer’s weapon. It’s not bad. Let’s keep it.”
Wang Jue thought of Tian Man, who was stationed in the territory, and wondered if she would like it.
[Grade 3 Infantry Training Book x3]
[After building the barracks, you can use a certain amount of resources and training books to train your farmers into Rank Three infantry soldiers.]
Next was a wave of resources.
[Intermediate Elemental Crystal x4]
[Iron Block x19]
[Copper Block x16]
However, what attracted Wang Jue’s attention the most was the last item.
[Necromancer Recruitment Scroll]
[Contact the great mysterious power and immediately recruit a powerful Rank Three Mage Warrior, Necromancer]
[Default aptitude is excellent, Level 10, can be upgraded or strengthened later.]
[Tap here to use]
A recruitment scroll for a Necromancer!
Wang Jue had just experienced the power of one.
Mages could deal sustained attacks as long as he was protected by his companions.
This could further increase the strength of his subordinates.
However, at the thought of the Necromancer’s shriveled face, Wang Jue held the recruitment scroll and had second thoughts.
If I really recruit such an ugly thing, wouldn’t I have nightmares every day?
Thinking of Tian Man’s sweet face, Wang Jue shook his head.
“Forget about Tian Man. She’s not suitable for the path of necromancers.”
Then, Wang Jue thought that he might as well use the Necromancer Recruitment Scroll now.
“Now, I shall use this recruitment scroll.”
He pondered for a while.
He decided to use it.
With a thought, he clicked to use it.
The recruitment scroll with a skeleton motif in his hand flew out.
It landed in the empty space beside Wang Jue.
Dark green flames began to burn, forming a strange skeleton array formation.
Next, the flames flared and formed a dark green cloud of light.
The ball of light began to squirm and distort.
Eventually, they slowly dispersed.
A petite figure appeared.
Oh, it’s actually a girl!
Her eyes were exceptionally bright and she was dressed in an ancient black robe.
In her hand was a staff that resembled an old tree root.
Her purple curls shook.
Her fair face was solemn and calm.
It was a stark contrast to the dried and shriveled image that Wang Jue had imagined.
She slowly walked forward and knelt on one knee.
With one hand on the ground and the other on her chest, she bowed.
“In the name of death and resurrection…
“Necromancer Elizabeth reporting to you!
“I’m willing to spill my blood where you point me!”