Anderson took two steps back.
Anderson was not the only person who reacted in such a manner. The rest of the crowd was feeling the same way.
Paul dusted off his hands and cracked a brilliant smile at them before saying, “It’s your turn next.”
Upon saying that, there was a bang as Paul’s figure vanished from where he stood. When he reappeared, he stood before a muscular yet alarmed thug.
There was another bang as he kicked the thug. The man was instantly blasted away, his back broken.
His body was bent at 90 degrees and the sight of him was extremely ghastly. It sent a shiver down one’s spine.
Paul did not stop and continued to attack In about 20 seconds, all the thugs were killed by his fists, leaving only Toni.
Moreover, they were killed in extremely horrifying and cruel ways. The warehouse was filled with the intense stench of blood.
Paul came to a stop, shut his eyes ,and sensed the change in him.
Anderson felt like many of his Rheasian countrymen buried on that land were expressing their gratitude from an unseen world.
Toni was already dumbfounded. Despite his age, he had never experienced an event like this before.
Watching Paul walk toward him, his mind went blank. Anderson was at a loss as to what to do because it was truly too shocking for him.
Soon afterward, he responded by shouting, “You’re a monster! A monster!”
Then, he picked up his shotgun in an attempt to shoot Paul to death as fast as possible!
Nevertheless, how could he ever be as fast as Paul?
Anderson felt as if his vision went blurry for a moment and when he recovered, Paul had already arrived before him. Moreover, he discovered that he could not pull the trigger because Paul’s finger was blocking his.
“Are you still trying to kill me?” Paul asked with a smile.
To Toni, Paul’s smile was the most terrifying thing in the world. His body shaking violently, he was scared out of his wits and about to burst into tears!
The first thing he could think to do was loosen his grip on the shotgun, turn around, and run.
Instead of chasing after Toni immediately, Paul cracked a contemptuous smile.
By the time Toni reached the door, he lifted the shotgun with one hand and casually threw it. The shotgun moved like a cannonball and pierce right through Toni’s back.
Toni let out an agonizing scream and died on the spot.
After he was done, Paul dusted off his hands as if he had just done something trivial. It felt as easy to him as crushing a fly.
Not that he had no regard for people’s lives, but his mentality had changed drastically a long time ago. His mind was enlightened.
Moreover, these people deserved to die so Paul would not be burdened by guilt.
There was no telling how many people would suffer because of these b*st*rds had he not killed them. It was more like he had just enforced justice.
By the time he turned back his head, he saw his fellow Rheasians looking at him with shock, fear, and unfamiliarity.
Anderson shook his head and said, “There’s no need to be afraid of me. I’m a Rheasian and your fellow countrymen. As such, I offer some advice to you.”
“You must strengthen your minds, and stand with each other in order not to be bullied by these Muricans. Honor is something that you must strive for yourself.”
Upon saying that, he did not comment further. Instead, he turned around and left immediately.