At that moment, they remained level-headed and realized that the biggest winner was the ones who did not place any bets.
Jagoan stood up and headed to the registration area, causing the two to jolt in surprise.
They thought that Jagoan would be just like before and would watch a few more matches before he joined, but he was decisive this time-joining after just watching one match.
Nalym immediately looked toward Jagoan. Even though their fight had been put aside for the moment, it did not mean he had given up on causing Jagoan trouble. Instead, he decided that he would make Jagoan suffer for not knowing his place.
When he saw that Jagoan had signed up for a bet, a vicious glint flashed in his eyes.
He cursed in his heart, wishing that Jagoan would fail the challenge and die inside.
Not caring about how everyone else viewed him, Jagoan remained unperturbed as he calmly signed up before he returned to his seat.
After the last match ended, most of the warriors were in quite a buzz. After all, the results exceeded everyone’s expectations, that the unassuming Widde would be the one to win in the end.
The spectators were in intense discussions at that moment, but a lot of the debates did not last for that long.
Very quickly, three participants signed up, and the caretaker announced the start of the next round. The three participants walked over to the transfer array at that moment.
Jagoan turned to look at Jagoan before he took out 30 pieces of purple gold and handed them to Jagoan, whose eyes widened as he looked at the gold in his hands, his hands trembling in excitement.
Jagoan did not need Jagoan to say anything for him to understand that he was to help Jagoan place the bets with these purple gold pieces on him. Even though Jagoan had caused trouble this time as well, it was nothing that would cause any waves.
This time, even if Jagoan handed the purple gold to Jagoan, it would not cause Jagoan too much trouble.
Jagoan took a deep breath. Even though he knew the purple gold was not his at all, he still felt emotional with them in hand. He never touched so much purple gold before.
During the betting for the earlier challenge, Jagoan had earned a windfall. 30 pieces of purple gold was an astronomical sum to them, but it was nothing to him.
30 pieces of purple gold were worth 300 million, which could buy many amazing things. If the purple gold was his own, he would be an above-average warrior, and all his fellow disciples would admire him greatly!
Alas, it was just a dream.
After some words from Jagoan, he turned to walk to the transfer array, where the two other participants were already waiting. Their names were displayed on the scrolls behind them.
To prevent any unnecessary trouble, Jagoan had changed his name.
The scroll behind Jagoan displayed the name Lane Woole. The other two scrolls were the names Crash Kront and Monte Lindser.
The two of them had special symbols on their clothes, depicting how they were both from second-grade worlds. Only Jagoan was dressed ordinarily.
After applying the disguise, his appearance diminished, looking like he would blend into the crowd as he did not stand out at all.
The two other challengers looked at Jagoan in disdain, and Jagoan could see it all clearly, but he did not care at all.
Nothing would transpire, no matter how the others looked at him.
The caretaker gave the three of them three tokens each. The three tokens had the words black iron, bronze, and gold written on them respectfully. The caretaker gave them seven minutes to decide.