Lord of Hierarchy

The continent of Krusia became the center of attention when the story of otherworldly creatures and supernatural phenomenon. One of the most valuable discoveries were the relics that could be used to gain supernatural abilities or perform miracles. With the promise with the natives regarding the subjugation of the monsters that lives in the mainland, we have gained access to the relics without a conflict. However, those who had been drunken in the sense of superiority have created the world that we stand now, an utter dystopia.

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7. Sixth Chapter - The Awaken One

Lord of Hierarchy

The Awaken One

"Ray! Raymond! Are you alright!" Dwight, who had been pulling out the strands of fiber out of my body, made sure that I was alright. When I saw that he threw away everything in his hand to save me, I felt as comfortable as if I was with my actual family. As I calmed down, I looked around to see the flesh that had been extracted from my body and I was surprised to see that the horn in its head weren't taken out from my body.

"Dwight! What happened to the horn?" I touched the fading wound and noticed that the horn was beginning to merge with the rest of my body similar to how the Biocrystal was implanted on me. I tried to take it out of my body but it was already dispersed by the time that I touched the horn again. Not to mention how the wound had already been healed. It wasn't unusual for my wounds to heal this rapidly, but a foreign matter should have been repelled from the body if it were to be in the way of the regeneration.

"You mean the two horns that grew on your head?" Dwight's answer puzzled me.

"What do you mean?" 

When I tried to touch my head, I felt something solid growing out behind my forehead. I anxiously asked Dwight where the nearest mirror is and I ran as fast as I could to the following room. What was reflected from the mirror was the image of a child with charcoal hair, crimson eyes, and a pair of jet black horns.

"What the..." I collapsed down to the floor and didn't feel like moving again.

How could I return to the city with this appearance? What if we came to the city that had been experiencing famine and their citizens blame all of their misfortunes on me? My mind kept listing all of these possibilities that would be disadvantageous toward me. The children from the laboratory might understand me, but the rest of the humans won't. Where would I go if I can't live with the rest of the people? Before any of that, am I even a human?

"Ray..." Dwight arrived.

"Dwight...What should I do now?" My water became moist for the first time in a while. 

"Everything is alright. There is no way that I am going to let you be alone. Everyone else will agree with that," Dwight tried to persuade me.

"What about everyone else? Where do I have to go if I am not allowed to enter the city?" I leaned against the wall.

"If for some reason you are exiled from the cities, then I will follow you no matter where you go," Dwight promised.

"As long as you are yourself, please understand that I will be always there for you."

Dwight offered his hand and I accepted it.

At this time, I didn't realize where this promise would end us in.

 

 

 

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