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The 31st Piece Turns the Tables Chapter 51

Episode 51

: Shadowy soldiers and people carrying weapons were sweeping the streets at night.


“Get into the building! “Don’t even open the window!”

Novira was currently washing away the unclean energy in the city with blood and iron.


“Can you handle it? Heka will kill you all!”

“If I wipe you out before that happens, it will be a different story.”

“Now sleep…”


The embers of life are going out.

The same thing was happening all over the city.

It is said that death is what determines the value of life, but only worthless death was decorating the city.

“Wolf… Wow… I used a little trick this time, but how about backing off now?”


“Heka will be here soon to rip off your collar that bit this Doju from behind. Hehehe…”

“I know. That’s why we’re in a hurry.”


Doju looked in all directions for a way out. But wherever his gaze rested, there were people.

No, even if there were no people, there were shadows.

“Kibo, are you still collecting dead members as shadows?”

“Well, that’s still the case.”

“Disgusting b*stard… I feel sorry for your members.”

“The talk got longer. “The night will be long even if you disappear, so hurry up.”

“That gmaan!” Wow….”


I could hear the horrifying sound of the line connecting my head and body being torn apart to the bone.

“Doju is dead. “Inform them and spare those who surrender.”


“Now… Is Heka the only one left?…”

“Now that Heka is alive, the plan is just beginning.”

“Okay, don’t relax and check how Heka moves. “Let’s join Shuru first.”

The city was drenched in blood.

It was a cruel, if cruel, sight, but no one sympathized with the tyrant’s end.

Kibo succeeded in joining Shuru in the chaos.

Here, Kibo’s first prediction was wrong.

‘Heka should have appeared before we joined… why?’

Either they are overly confident to the point of arrogance, or they are not in a position to get involved in a fight right now.

Kibo suddenly remembered the mission he had entrusted to Yu Mira before the Night of the Wolf began.

He sent her after hearing that Heka and Kangseol were about to clash. There has been no news since then.

“What on earth happened….”

“Kibo was safe.”

“Oh, you too.”

“I heard that you killed Doju. Now only Heka remains.”

“Just because he’s fierce doesn’t mean he’s brainless. Maybe he’ll reorganize his battle lines and start again…”

That was then.

Someone approached the two who noticed something strange.

“Kibo! Mira Yu is back!”


“yes! But…”

“What’s going on?”

“I think you’ll just have to see it for yourself.”

Trudging. Trudging.

A weak gait.

Looks like it has lost its purpose.

Someone was approaching Kibo.



“I’m glad you’re safe.”

“You know Kibo…”

Yumira bit her lip and hesitated to say anything.

Kibo waited for her patiently. There must be a good reason for this impatient girl to hesitate this much.



Yumira sighed and her hand reached forward. And something shaking underneath it.


If it were an ordinary person’s head, there would be no surprise. Because what was spread all over the city right now were human heads.

But Kibo couldn’t help but be surprised.

“…Isn’t this Heka?”


“Did he die? why? “Did you help?”

Mira Yu shook her head.

“When I arrived, it looked like this.”


One of Kibo’s knees gave out.


“It’s okay, I’m just so surprised. “Did he do it?”

“There was nothing else. “He put this on the table and was waiting for me.”

Kibo closed his eyes and said.

“The lion ended up getting caught up in the storm.”

– He will probably be the most important storm in this uprising. Let’s hope the storm blows towards the lion.

From then on, everything went smoothly.

Shuru and Kibo’s forces took away the lives and hopes of the defeated soldiers.

The ruin hunters named this night the Night of the Wolf, and they all gathered around Kibo and Shur.

Schuur gave most of the ball to Kibo. The biggest reason he was able to survive this terrible night was because of Kibo.

As a result, Nobira’s power structure was being reorganized. The power that had been scattered here and there gathered powerfully around the wolf.

And now Kibo, who had become the leader of the Nobira ruins hunters, was with Yumira in a secret place.

They were waiting for someone.


“Why are you doing that?”

“Can I go out and spread the word that Kibo is waiting for someone here?”

“You can do whatever you want. But who will believe it?”

If you go out on the street and say that Kibo is waiting for someone else, all you will hear is a crazy person.

He was a person who took everything from Nobira right away.

It must be a bad joke for him to wait for someone at the meeting place.


“You are here.”

“Okay, I understand.”

Kibo’s subordinate spoke quietly before opening the door. Kibo touched his clothes and spoke to Mira Yu.

“Please be quiet today.”

“Look. And because I also have feelings.”

“You must be young.”


The two had smiles on their faces, as if their worries had disappeared.

But when the door opened and a person came in, the smile disappeared due to tension.


“I feel like I see this often.”

The person who opened the door and came in was Kang Seol.

Although he looked a bit tired, his heavy presence was still there.

Kibo jumped up from his seat and greeted me.

“Welcome. “Sit in front of me.”

The place where Snowfall would sit sparkled with gold and was decorated with strange decorations.

“The chair is a bit burdensome.”

“Haha… the situation is completely opposite to when we first met.”

Kibo, who was sitting on a decorative chair in Snowfall’s annex, laughed when he remembered that.

Kibo watched Snow Seol and seemed to expect him to speak first. Kang Seol looked at him and said.

“It was a deal.”

The reason for killing Heka flowed from his mouth.

“After all, wouldn’t it have been better to just accept it then?”

– Please help us in this fight against Heka.

Kibo also did not forget the request he made to Kang Seol.

“I had no intention of getting involved even then.”

“Hmm… Well, it’s the past. Anyway, it’s a waste of people to get hung up on trivial things… Is there something you want?”

The price of cutting off Heka’s head.

Kibo asked what he wanted with it.

Kang Seol thought for a moment and said this.


“Not an object?”

“Anything that will help me is fine.”

“Hoo… Looks like this is going to get ripped off a lot today.”

Kibo frowned for a moment and answered.

“I felt it from the first time I saw him, but he really is not an easy person.”

“Are my demands burdensome?”

“Any request made by someone who would cut off the head of a political opponent would be amenable to any request. “I’ve already selected a few things you might wish for.”

Kangseol was the one who made the unusual request, but Kibo also showed the boldness of obediently complying with this request.

“Do you have anything in mind?”

“of course. “That’s something you might be very interested in.”

“I’m looking forward to it.”

“I never thought I’d tell this to someone else… I’ll be lucky if I don’t get ridiculed for being a casual person.”

Kibo took a long pause, as if it was difficult for him to speak.

“It happened when I was very young. At that time, I did anything that made money, even if it wasn’t relic hunting. “Even escort, search, and assassination that only mercenaries would do.”

He looked into space with vague eyes, as if recalling old memories.

“It happened when I was wandering the western desert. “While I was camping with the members, I found someone desperately running away.”

“Did you save him?”

“Because I was young. The body jumped out first. Because of that, I got a big scar.”

“Luckily I was saved.”

“To begin with, they were exhausted from the long chase. “I buried them all under the sand.”

“It looks like what you’re giving me is related to the person who saved me that day.”

“That’s accurate.”

The more Kangseol listened to Kibo’s story, the more interested he became.

‘Seeing this pause, it is clear that this is unusual information.’

With that in mind, I listened to Kibo’s words.

“Anyway, the bond we met in the sand continues to this day. “He said he owed me a debt and that he would repay me in large quantities at any time.”

“What do I get?”

“I owe it to him. “To be precise, I am passing on to you the grace that saved him.”

“Would that be worth cutting off Heka’s head instead?”

When Kangseol said this with a bit of disappointment, Kibo laughed. As if he was waiting for me to say that.

“Do you know a man named Orgo?”

“Orgo… If you say Orgo… Orgo the blood-soaked one?”

“You’re more knowledgeable than I expected. Are you interested in this as well?”

“I found out about it because of various things. Could it be that the person who saved him was related to Orgo?”

“I am a descendant of Orgo.”


Orgo soaked in blood.

He was a blacksmith and an excellent fighter.

What’s interesting is that, contrary to the words before his name, he did not kill people carelessly.

There was a separate reason why he was given the derogatory title “blood-soaked” rather than “the one soaked in blood.”

‘It’s because of the weapon he made.’

He created many weapons during his lifetime, and everyone who acquired those weapons dyed the continent with blood.

As a result, Orgo becomes very discouraged and eventually leaves the world and disappears.

The reason why Kang Seol knows so much about him.

‘Because I was an Orgo.’

I still remembered the things that happened at that time.

At that time, I had many different concepts and played a variety of characters, but Orgo was the most memorable character among them.

His natural talent was great, and he created amazing things by tinkering with materials. Even the items he made himself were much better than the rewards he got from adventures of similar level.

Clearly, Orgo was a great character, and if he had continued to focus on it, he could have become as famous as the 10 characters created in the latter half of Snowfall.

But Orgo couldn’t do that.

‘Because I’m mentally weak…’

The items he made were taken over by evil people and stained the continent with blood. It was around that time that he became skeptical about humans.

Orgo went through a lot of events and it exhausted him. He ended up being pushed into a mental corner, and Kang Seol also struggled with this.

In the end, there was only one way left.

[Do you want to give up Orgo’s adventure?]

1. That’s right.

2. no.

What Kang Seol chose was to let Orgo live the way he wanted to live.

I thought that would be better than watching the tragic ending.

[Adventurer Orgo will now create his own destiny.]

[Even though his heart-pounding adventure has ended, his life continues.]

Orgo, who started out as a simple blacksmith but was bitterly resented by people, disappeared like that.

‘But I never thought I’d hear Orgo’s name here again.’

There was a reason why Snowfall admired Orgo’s name unlike other times.

Orgo was clearly a word that Kang Seol created after adapting to some extent to the world of eternity.

Therefore, he did not die in vain and left behind many achievements.

‘If I find his traces, there is a high probability that it will help me now.’

At least that means he has experienced more adventures and the world than that.

And there was another reason.

‘Is it Xiamen… are you still alive?’

Xiamen, a disciple he had when he was an Orgo.

More than 10 years later, I saw him again.

Kibo opened his mouth.

“His name is Xiamen. He doesn’t make anything anymore. “But you said you would definitely repay the debt you owed me. As time passed, it was passed down to you.”

“…Where is Xiamen now?”

“Why do you think I brought this up?”

Snowfall’s eyes became serious.

“He is in Novira now.”

“Yes, Xiamen is here.”

The 31st Piece Turns the Tables

The 31st Piece Turns the Tables

The 31st Piece Overturns the Game Board, The 31st Piece Turns the Board
Status: Completed
Ever since he was young, Kang Seol had strange dreams every night. In his dreams, he was an adult wearing a mask and strange clothing in a peculiar world. ‘Alright, it’s time to roll the dice.’ The game in his dreams, ‘The World of Eternity’, in which he created and controlled character pieces on the table, was his refuge and his passion… maybe even his entire world. He enjoyed rolling the dice with the strangers in his dreams. He was happy… “How dare this insect not know its place and sneak into the heavens?” …until he became a piece on the tables himself.


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