It meant that they were constantly advancing deeper into Chaos City.
Benita remembered what those people had said.
The inner region was in complete chaos, and a few people had perished inside. Warriors below average did not dare to go in. Even those who were slightly stronger did not dare to stay there for so long, while a lot of warriors frantically escaped the place.
Those words played in Benita’s heart. The more he thought about it, the more worried he got. Even though Hezti was powerful, he could be threatened if there were too many people.
Benita was worried that their opponents would pull off petty schemes. That way, he really wondered if they could get out of it.
He sighed, telling himself that he could not possibly convince
Hezti to turn back. Moving forward was the only option.
Just as he was thinking about all of that, Hezti suddenly stopped. He turned and grabbed Benita’s arm. The two of them landed back on the ground.
Benita said nothing as he followed Hezti down.
When he landed, he finally realized how special this place was. The ground might be completely barren without even a single blade of grass, but it was still uneven. The craters were one thing, but there were a lot of hills in front to obstruct their vision as well.
He looked up and could only see a few dozen meters around him. If he wanted to look further, he would need to go up in the air.
Hezti frowned and said, “Two kilometers forward, I see eight warriors from third-grade worlds gathering. They’re doing something, but I can’t tell what it is.”
Benita blinked and asked in confusion, “I doubt the warriors from third-grade worlds would do anything to us if we flew over, so why did we stop?”
Hezti took a deep breath, and there was a cold glint in his eyes as he said, “I think they’re the targets.”
Benita was stunned at that, not understanding what Hezti said.
Hezti grabbed Benita’s shoulder. “Don’t ask for now. You’ll find out soon.”
Benita nodded and shut his mouth. After another five minutes, he suddenly heard a familiar rumbling as heavy limbs stepped on the ground.
Benita’s eyes widened. “It’s true! Should we go up and take a look?”
The moment he said that, there was more rumbling coming from the exact opposite direction of where the first sound came from. A massive object was rapidly heading toward them.
Hezti was right. The two humans in front of the beasts were aiming forthis place, and their target was the eight warriors.
Hezti took a deep breath, rushing forward. “Let’s go take a look!”
Benita nodded, following Hezti as they quickly headed toward where those eight were.
Dagda King opened up his flask and took a few gulps of alcohol. His face was a bit red, and there was hatred in his eyes.
“Those shameless, despicable men. They’re so depraved that they’ll stop at nothing!”
Airn, who was next to Dagda, frowned and said, “Are we just going to wait and see? They’ll do something to us, and all we can do is react instead of fighting back? Didn’t we win that major battle before this? Those guys must’ve suffered heavy losses!”