Ryosuke was fearless because he was confident Mieko couldn’t do anything to him with Jagoan and Fandor around.
Right after Mieko sprinted toward him with her ninjas, they gradually turned invisible before disappearing completely.
Ryosuke knitted his eyebrows.
They’re using Jetroinian Martial Arts!
“To think you’ll use a petty trick like that!” Jagoan scoffed before he pulled out multiple charms and spurted his blood essence into them.
“Break!” He tossed the charms into the air, turning the sky above the mansion red.
Suddenly, Mieko and her ninjas were visible again.
“Kill them!” Ryosuke hollered, spurring the guards to assault his enemies.
The courtyard was filled with the deafening sounds of battles. However, no one dared to approach the area Jagoan and Maki occupied.
Jagoan tossed the broken branch away and spat, “Feel free to attack me. You still have one more chance.”
Maki didn’t request Jagoan to use a weapon like last time because he knew his victory wouldn’t be guaranteed in that situation.
“Go to hell!” With a roar, Maki swung his glinting katana at Jagoan.
I refuse to believe Jagoan can block my attack with his body!
Upon witnessing that scene, Yuri screamed, “Master, look out!”
Jagoan remained collected. A red light could be seen flashing from his right hand. Right before the katana was about to hit him, he grabbed the blade. Even though that slash from Maki was powerful enough to cut a small mountain in half, Jagoan held the weapon as though it was a toy sword a child swung at him.
Maki stared at Jagoan in disbelief when he noticed his opponent’s palm was unharmed.
Try as he might all his strength, he couldn’t pull the katana from Jagoan’s grasp. It was then fear flooded into his eyes.
“I told you this was your last chance.” Having said that, Jagoan snapped the blade in half.
With the half-broken blade in hand, he dashed forward and swung it at his adversary’s neck.
A cold glint flashed past Maki’s eyes, then he felt a frigid sensation from his neck. He tossed the katana in his hand away and fearfully pressed his hands on his neck as blood spurted from the wound, hoping he could slow down the blood loss.
As he peered at Jagoan in disbelief and horror, he attempted to speak but couldn’t even get a word out. Gradually, the light in his eyes vanished before he collapsed to the ground.
Yuri was so startled by that scene that she was rendered speechless.
Maki had always been an indomitable symbol in their minds because he had been one of Jetroina’s rare experts since they were children.
In the past, she had admired him, hoping to become a swordmaster like him one day. Yet, at that moment, Jagoan had effortlessly cut down her idol as though stepping on an ant.
Her reverence for Jagoan soared as she kneeled before him and exclaimed, “Master!”
Mieko, who was battling against Jagoan, panicked when she saw Maki collapse.
If Maki, someone far more powerful than her, had been felled by Jagoan, it was unlikely she would meet an end better than his.