Jamie frowned, activating the laws of space again.
In just a moment, he appeared next to Mikael, but it was too late. The charm was already burnt, and Jamie’s image had already been sent out as the charm turned to ash.
Mikael’s lips curled up into a smile as he turned to look at Adrian.
He had a crazy look on his face as he sneered, “They’ll avenge me for sure! They definitely will!”
The moment he said that, he slammed his fist onto his head, and an explosive force killed him.
Nana stomped his feet on the ground anxiously, incredibly frustrated.
“That dog!” he snarled. “We should’ve killed him first! No, that would’ve been too nice for him, still… We should’ve slowly cut him into pieces!”
Chad sighed. It was too late. Jamie’s face had been identified, and Mikael killed himself before they could do anything. Everything was finished, and the outcome could no longer be reversed.
Nana gritted his teeth and said, “This guy really is decisive! He killed himself the moment he did what he wanted! He’s bold, I’ll give him that…”
Nana practically hissed these words through gritted teeth in his rage.
Chad looked at Nana and shook his head, saying, “I don’t think he was brave; he didn’t panic, that’s all. Killing himself was the right choice for him. He would’ve been tortured if he survived. Just look at the other two struggling for their lives on the ground. He would end up with the same fate if he lived. Killing himself was the more painless option.”
Nana frowned, thinking about those words and admitting that Chad was ultimately correct in his assumption. He would have done the same thing had it been him in Mikael’s shoes, at least he would suffer less.
Nana sighed as he walked to Jamie’s side and worriedly asked, “What do we do now? Do we need to disguise ourselves?”
Jamie looked at Nana. With what happened, they would need to disguise themselves if they wanted peace of mind.
However, he shook his head after deliberating on the matter. He turned and walked to Joaqim and, reaching out, grabbed the three keys on Joaqim’s waist. This meant Jamie had seven golden rings on him.
Jamie deliberately held one key for the sake of attracting enemies while he kept the other six keys in Mustard Seed.
In total, Jamie had 13 keys. That number should be enough to get a good treasure, but it was still far from Jamie’s goal.
Chad walked to Jamie and looked at the golden rings around Jamie in admiration. He had given himself a goal before this. He wanted to get at least five rings for it to be worth it.
Jamie had gotten six rings so easily. With Jamie’s skills, obtaining 10 more would be all too easy for him.
Chad could not help but lament the gap in their skills.
Jamie turned to look at Chad, smiling wordlessly.
Nana said, “Where do we go next?”
He was looking forward to what they would do next.
He had been rather worried when they first entered Chaos City and when he found out about the rules.
He wondered how many battles they would have had to fight to get even one key, but it seemed as though his worries were unnecessary.