“You want to change the world? On your own?” Marvin asked and stared at Mykel as if he was underestimating him.
“Is there a problem with that? I don’t think anyone in this district or the whole district can even reach a tenth of my power,” Mykel answered as he rested his hands on the table. “I can see that you don’t believe me. So how about we make a bet with Lyneth as our witness?” he said as he raised his eyebrow.
“A bet?” Marvin asked as he held his hands together and rest them on his stomach.
“Yes, let’s make a bet that nobody can achieve what I have achieved, and by that, I mean reaching the tenth floor of any tower within three months,” Mykel answered with confidence and a smirk on his face.
Marvin scoffed and chuckled. “What are we betting?” he asked as he stared at Mykel.
“If I’m right, I want her,” Mykel answered as he tilted his head toward Lyneth.
Lyneth was shocked but then she smiled at Mykel while Marvin looked at Lyneth that seemed happy about it.
“What if you’re wrong?” Marvin asked as he leaned on his chair.
“I will work under the Guild Association and I will do whatever you want me to do since you know that I’m not just anybody. I’m the best Awakener you will ever have,” Mykel answered with a smile on his face as he rested his head on his fist.
Marvine smiled and nodded his head. “Three months?” he raised his eyebrow and stared at Mykel. “I will accept it as long as Lyneth is okay with the bet,” he answered as he looked at Lyneth.
Mykel looked at Lyneth and raised his eyebrows a bit. Lyneth smiled and looked at Marvin. “Fine by me,” she said without hesitation.
“Alright, you may leave,” Marvin said as he stood up and made a phone call.
Lyneth looked at Mykel and tilted her head toward the door then both of them left the room.
“Are you really that confident that nobody can clear the tenth floor in three months? It’s not impossible since he never failed to achieve everything the moment he set his eyes on it,” Lyneth asked as she walked next to Mykel.
“This isn’t something that he can use his brain to achieve, this is something that only Awakeners can do,” Mykel answered as he entered the lift.
“What do you mean by that?” Lyneth asked as she followed him into the lift.
“What I mean is,” Mykel paused and looked at Lyneth. “He won’t be able to find the right people for this if I snatch them first,” he answered as the lift closed the doors.
Lyneth giggled as she shook her head. “I like where this is going, and I like it when you use me as the prize,” she said as she stared at Mykel with lust.
Mykel turned around and slowly cornered Lyneth. “If I have you, I will have this whole building for myself, right?” he said as he lifted Lyneth’s chin with his index finger and made her look him in the eye.
Lyneth slipped her hands into Mykel’s blazer and started rubbing his chest and body. “If that’s what you want, then everything that I have is yours, including my body,” she answered while she bit her bottom lip.
[The Goddess of Love is jealous of your action]
[The Goddess of Pleasure is aroused and touching herself]
The lift’s door opened before Lyneth could kiss him.
“Lyneth?” Kastor said as he looked at Lyneth was being cornered by Mykel. Mykel turned his head a bit and stared at him from the corner of his eyes with a smirk on his face.
Lyneth cleared her throat as she stealthily removed her hands from Mykel’s chest. “What do you want?” she asked as she walked past Mykel and exited the lift.
Kastor glared at Mykel and he knew that something was suspicious with Mykel, he also didn’t like what he was doing to Lyneth. He unconsciously used [Magic] and the whole place became messy because a fierce wind suddenly appeared.
Mykel scoffed as he put a cigarette in his mouth then it lit on itself, the flame looked different from what Kastor could produce and it looked darker and more powerful than his.
Mykel walked toward Kastor then he puffed the smoke as he countered the magic that Kastor cast and the wind disappeared immediately. “You think you’re the only one who can do that?” he said as he walked past Kastor.
Lyneth didn’t follow Mykel out of the building since she had to deal with Kastor first.
Mykel stood in front of the building and opened the command system to find the people he wanted. He remembered all the side characters that would become a top guild leaders in the future, he wanted them and took them for himself.
“Let’s see, who should I pick up first,” Mykel said as he scrolled the list of the Awakeners. “Hmm, maybe I should pick this guy first,” he continued as he stared at the name in the command prompt.
While Mykel was busy checking the names, a hand grabbed his shoulder and he immediately turned around. It was Kastor and he was about to punch him in the face for no reason but Mykel reacted immediately and grabbed Kastor’s hand then kicked him away.
Kastor broke the glass wall and everyone was startled by it, they saw Kastor laying on the ground as he groaned in pain.
“What’s the deal with that guy?” Mykel asked as he stepped on his cigarette.
Lyneth hurriedly walked toward Mykel and pulled him away from the scene. “I told him about the bet, and he was furious about it,” she explained as she kept pulling Mykel’s arm and away from the scene.
“No wonder,” Mykel said as he raised his eyebrows and followed Lyneth from behind.
Lyneth brought Mykel to District 2 where the Guild Association’s first branch was and Lyneth was the director of it.
“Why are you bringing me all the way here?” Mykel asked as he stood in Lyneth’s office.
Lyneth closed the door behind her. “I don’t want to deal with Kastor, especially my dad. Also, this place is mine so there’s nobody can bother us,” she said as she walked past Mykel.
Mykel hummed and walked to the sofa. “What are you doing? You should be sitting here,” Lyneth said as she patted her office chair behind the big desk with a smile on her face.
“Let’s continue our conversation from earlier,” Lyneth said as she sat on the desk. “Do you have the names of the Awakeners with talents?” she continued as she crossed her legs and stared at Mykel.
Mykel looked at the notebook on the table, he grabbed it and started to write names on it. He tore the paper and gave it to Lyneth. “These are the names that I have in mind right now, and I will find more later,”
“Only this much?” Lyneth asked as she waved the note in her hand.
“I already have one in my palm, and right now she should be raising her level since I have spent a lot of time for her,” Mykel said as he leaned on the chair and looked at Lyneth.
“Her? You were with a woman the whole time while you were in District 14?” Lyneth asked as she squinted her eyes.
Mykel furrowed his forehead and looked at Lyneth weirdly, but then Lyneth sat on top of him and put her hands on his cheeks. “Did you do it with her as well?” she asked with her eyebrow raised.
“Do I look like a guy who would pounce on every woman I see?” Mykel asked back while kept staring at Lyneth.
“Who knows,” Lyneth said as she stared at Mykel’s lips. “You’re a man after all,” she continued and stared at Mykel.
Mykel grabbed her waist and lifted her up. “Even if I did it with her, what are you going to do? Can you live without me? Do you think you can find someone like me?” he said as he lay her down on the desk and grabbed both of her hands with his left hand the put them above her head.
Lyneth sulked and stared at him as she frowned. Mykel chuckled softly as he stared at her. “Don’t worry, I’m not interested in her,” he said as he stroked Lyneth’s hair
“Then what? Are you going to throw me away after you got what you wanted or once you’re not interested in me anymore?” Lyneth asked while she kept sulking.
“Why would I throw you away? Did you forget what I said back there? You’re going to be mine and I won’t throw anything that belongs to me,” Mykel answered as he put his thumb on Lyneth’s lips.
Lyneth immediately smiled and sucked on Mykel’s thumb. “Then hurry and make me yours already,”
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