Someone wanted to call the police.
After all, they were very anxious to be witnesses to such a serious incident. Although they loathed Shaun, he was still a fellow student.
After they called the police, Joe had also called Insurgent Trifecta and briefly detailed what had happened. Someone would see to the matter on his behalf.
The incident had shocked the university students in the cafeteria, but it would fade from their memories in time. Eventually, it was possible that no one would talk about it and life would slowly return to normal.
On the other hand, it was possible it would not fade from Raine’s mind any time soon.
Joe had already taken Shaun to an isolated area and tossed him to the ground. Joe said, “Which club do you belong to?”
Shaun was scared out of his wits, and his entire body was trembling. “I, I, I, please let me go, sir…”
Joe nonchalantly replied, “I’m growing impatient.”
Shaun did not have the courage to pretend to be ignorant anymore, so he hastily revealed his origins.
Joe’s understanding of clubs grew deeper after hearing Shaun’s story.
The so-called club members were akin to people from another world compared to ordinary people.
However, their ideology was not considered too far-fetched for a fighter like Joe.
Joe felt rather surprised to learn that Shaun was not from the big four. Morten came from a club known as the Gelion-Hasterism.
Joe had a peculiar expression when he heard the name of the club. Why did Order of the Solar Temple sound like a name from the fantasy stories?
Noticing Joe’s confusion, Shaun hastily explained, “Sir, the Order of the Temple that you’ve seen in documentaries is based on our club, only with its background changed. Sir, I didn’t want to fight you. Please free me…”
Joe had already found out what he wanted to know. Morten gave the top of Shaun’s head a slap and finished him off despite his pleading.
The best outcome for a man like Shaun was death. Joe was freeing the people from harm.
Morten did not notice the tiny electronic device embedded under Shaun’s skin when he slapped him to death. The device was suddenly activated and a signal was sent.
Joe was one step away from the invincibilis state, but he was still a human being. Morten was incapable of detecting the electromagnetic waves, and that was why he failed to notice the device.
Meanwhile, in another city, a muscular man swiftly stood up with a furious and shocked expression. “Something bad has happened to Shaun!”
His abrupt movements startled the rest of the people in the house, so they hastily asked, “Sir, what’s going on? Something bad has happened to Shaun? I thought he’s living a great life in a university in that country?”
“That’s true, sir. Perhaps there’s a mistake somewhere? Moreover, isn’t Shaun a master fighter who is trained in Ichor Wrestling? How is anyone in the university capable of killing him?”
While all of them were wondering, the muscular middle-aged man’s expression was extremely solemn. Morten pulled out a device and said in a deep voice, “Circadia, the microchip implanted in Shaun has been triggered. He’s dead.”