Blacksmith of the Apocalypse

Chapter 220 - 220. Departure!

wers he had gained, why did he have to look like a pretty boy?

He wanted to strike fear into his enemies! Who would be afraid of him, with a face like this?!

Seth listened to the rough man rant about his fair face. He didn ’t really understand his problem, but he also didn ’t judge.

”If you had told me sooner, I could have made you a helmet or a mask before our departure. Now, it ’s a little late. You will have to wait until we are in Delta. Then I will make you a mean-looking mask to strike fear in your enemies, or whatever. Can you leave now? I really want to take a shower… ”

Belatedly the handsome man realized that he had ranted to his boss and kept him waiting. He apologized and left in a hurry, finally leaving Seth alone.

Seth took a long shower, went for a midnight snack, and finally entered his bed to sleep.

~ Hey, the cooldown is off. Maybe you wanna…~

The horny lich tried to seduce the tired blacksmith.

”I have a headache and we have to leave early tomorrow. ”

With that, he put the token in his inventory and turned around to sleep. It was better to keep Al ’Zalsa as a trump card during the journey. And he wanted to be able to stand on his own two legs tomorrow.

The departure in the morning of the next day went smooth. Tekar ’s daughter entered the reinforced carriage and they set off. Once again, they were accompanied by people of the church all the way to the border of Y-City.

Their destination was Delta which lied in the opposite direction of the ruins. A big part of their journey would lead through the cityscape before they left Y-City district.

Delta District was situated in the center of the mountain ridge northwest of Ypsilon. It was the smallest district and was originally built as the seat of the world council that led the city districts. As such a location in the center of the continent had been chosen.

Originally, it could be reached from any district on the continent via various means. The most commonly used were the high-speed bullet trains. The whole mountain range had many roads and tunnels.

The tunnels and many of the highways had become quite dangerous. Dungeons had spread in most of them, and the mountains were a gathering and breeding spot for all kinds of strong monsters. Only some of the very old ways to travel across the mountains were relatively safe.

They were too small or cramped for the stronger beasts to inhabit. They were the routes that messengers even below lv. 20 could use to get to Delta. Alison and Link would be their guides this time, as they had traveled the way once or twice before with other parties.

The journey was supposed to take two weeks. Three days to leave the district and another 11 across mountain paths to reach Delta District.

Their small caravan of three carriages set off early in the morning. Their party and the people from the church were split between the carriage in the front and the one in the back. In the middle was the reinforced carriage with Tekar ’s daughter. Accompanying her were Mary and Jane.

The two were not just her babysitters. During the time they had spent in the church, they had trained a lot and the party had also taken them on some dungeon runs. Their level was in the mid-twenties, but their skills had grown a lot. They were the last line of defense to protect her.

The first days led through a monotone cityscape. Most of the territory between the cities of a district was living space and it lacked any kinds of specialties or attractions. The further they came, the bigger grew the mountains in the distance.

The land also steadily rose on their journey. They spend the night in the satellite city Batikagwa before they finally left the district behind on the next day. They left the church ’s people behind at the border and proceeded to enter the no man ’s land.

The horizon was dominated by the mountains and they were surrounded by a mix of hilly forests and meadows

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