“Song of the Wind?”
Raon turned his head to look at Rimmer.
‘What is the song of the wind?’
I’ve heard a few times that scents can be felt in the wind, but this was the first time I heard the wind sing.
If we were to be specific, the name of Rimmer’s new sword world was Song of Wind and Thunder, but it didn’t seem to have much to do with it.
“I don’t know either.”
Rimmer scratched the bridge of his nose as if he knew that would happen.
“What do you think is the most basic way for a prosecutor to use wind?”
“It’s about wind. “Because you can utilize both speed and sharpness.”
He answered by pulling out the wind from his dantian.
I rarely use it because I have Manga Ball and Glacia, but swordsmen with wind attributes use wind to surround their bodies and swords to increase power and speed.
Rimmer nodded calmly.
“If you surround your body with the wind, your body becomes light enough to feel weightless, and you can strike that fast and sharply with your sword. But that’s not everything.”
He snapped his fingers.
“Try to create fire and cold above your hands.”
Raon nodded and created frost in his left hand and flames in his right hand.
“Wind is a pretty unique property.”
A bluish wind rose above Rimmer’s fingers.
“There is no property that achieves ultimate perfection like fire and water. Rather…”
As the wind that wrapped around his fingers unraveled like a skein of thread, the flames and frost that had been burning in his grip swelled to twice their size.
“It strengthens other attributes.”
“Wasn’t there a compatibility relationship with the properties of the land?”
Raon tilted his head, looking at the thickly burning flames and frost.
“no. Like flame and frost, wind can also strengthen earth-attribute sword attacks.”
Rimer laughed, saying it was a story about people who like to put together formulas.
-That is correct.
-Wind can strengthen fire, water, and earth. However, it is true that it lacks harmony with the land. It is correct to see it as a complex relationship.
The guy snorted, saying that it was amazing that the day would come when what Guitaegi said was true.
“Wind can strengthen fire, water, and earth, so it is easy to calm all three elements.”
As the blue light flickered from Rimmer’s fingers, all the wind flowing around disappeared. When a windless area without even air was created, the flames went out and the frost began to subside.
“Then this is the song of the wind…”
“No, this is the basic level.”
When he snapped his fingers, the flickering embers that seemed ready to go out sprang up into a huge fire that reached the sky.
“I heard the song of the wind.”
Rimmer pointed to his pointed ears with his finger.
“Every wind sings its own song. Some winds can make the flames grow stronger, some winds can press the cold deeper, and some winds can make the blade sharper than just strength.”
He laughed, saying that each wind has different advantages and disadvantages.
“My sword system ‘Eye of the Typhoon’ is a method of bringing in wind with a sharp temperament and wrapping it around the blade.”
Rimer winked, saying that he had replaced the strength with that sharp wind.
Raon quenched his appetite as he looked at the mountain of flames burning in his grasp.
‘I understand now.’
Until now, I thought the wind was just wind, but after hearing Rimmer’s words, I realized.
Each wind had its own unique temperament, and depending on that temperament, it seemed to have different strengths, such as increasing the flame or giving the sword a deeper sharpness.
“I understand what you mean. However…”
Raon met Rimmer’s calm eyes and shook his head.
“I can’t feel the difference in the wind.”
I could see the results, but I couldn’t tell which wind had which advantage.
“Of course. “Because you are a human and your affinity with the wind is not that high.”
Rimmer shook his head, saying it was natural.
“Then why the song of the wind….”
“Because I can make you listen to it.”
He raised his long fingers.
“I’ll teach you my Auror training methods.”
Raon widened his eyes as he looked at Rimmer.
‘What are you talking about?’
Rimmer’s Auror practice is not Sieghart’s, but Seifia Guardian’s practice.
I couldn’t understand why they were teaching me the martial arts of Biinbujeon.
“My practice method is not just about building up aura, but it also increases your wind affinity and allows you to hear the song of the wind.”
“That’s not the problem, but can you tell me Seifia’s practice method?”
“Well, usually not, there’s no one here.”
Rimmer grinned, saying there was no guardian or guardian. I don’t know how the mindset works.
“The name of my Auror practice is Garunua. It means song of the wind. “Then let’s begin.”
“yes? Now, wait!”
“The cry that the wind draws is….”
Without any time to stop him, he closed his eyes and began reciting the verses of the exercise.
Raon blinked his eyes blankly and began to sing the verse that Rimmer sang in his head.
* * *
After telling him all about Garunua’s structure and how to use it, Rimmer slowly opened his eyes.
Raon was in a trance, recalling Garunua’s salvation.
‘Did you go in again?’
It was so absurd that I burst out laughing. That guy went in and out of the bathroom in a state of selflessness that other people would only go into once in their lives. Now I couldn’t even describe it as luck.
Rimmer drew a faint smile as he stood guard to protect Raon.
‘It’s a good thing I memorized it in advance.’
Even if you understand it with your body and mind, saying it out loud is another thing. I think I was able to keep Raon’s concentration until the end thanks to practicing speaking in advance.
Rimmer stopped practicing and waved his hand at the Gwangpungdae swordsmen who were watching. The prosecutors nodded and left the training room without a sound.
I whetted my appetite while looking at Raon again.
‘Can I give Garunua to a foreigner?’
If I don’t give it to you, who will I give it to?
As Raon said, Garunua is a non-human form of martial arts that must be taught only within Seipia.
Although it was a martial arts degree given only to elves who would become the head of the Guardian, it was worth it to Raon. You won’t be scolded if you tell your grandfather, the current guardian.
Raon’s breathing became rough and then calmed down repeatedly. The wind around him pulsed with his breathing.
When the sun had already set and the moon was about to rise, the wind that had been blowing around the training center throbbed as if it were being sucked into Raon.
Rimer felt the swirling wind and opened his eyes.
Raon seemed to be trying to learn Garunua just by hearing about its composition and operation method. I could feel the green wind condensing inside his Danjeon.
‘What a crazy guy!’
Even if I fell into a state of no-self, I thought it would be impossible to learn Garunua right away.
However, Raon’s crazy talent was creating Garunua’s cheerful wind in less than a day.
The wind that was sucked into Raon’s pores penetrated his Danjeon and caused a huge explosion. Normally, it would have been a huge shock, but the fire and cold that had already taken hold seemed to have blocked the wind’s aftermath.
Raon let out a quiet breath and opened his eyes. A green wind flashed above his red eyes.
Rimmer looked at Raon in vain.
“Did you cook it?”
“yes. “It just so happened.”
Raon nodded calmly.
“You’re crazy. really.”
“I had no intention of learning it from the beginning. “As I changed the structure of Garunua to suit humans, I became more focused…”
He scratched the back of his head, saying he had fallen into a state of selflessness without realizing it.
“I’m really sick of you. “I’m sick of it.”
Contrary to his words that he was tired, Rimmer smiled brightly and pushed back his hair.
“So how do you feel?”
“I can’t hear the wind singing yet. But…”
Raon looked up blankly into the sky and touched his fingertips.
“I can feel that the color of each wind is very slightly different.”
“okay. “That’s enough.”
He nodded cheerfully. Feeling the color of the wind means that your affinity has increased.
Although it’s a beginner’s level that doesn’t even reach 1 star, it looks like he’s learned Garunua well.
“But is it really okay for me to cook Garunua?”
Rimmer blinked his eyes blankly and then laughed.
“I do not know.”
* * *
Raon closed his eyes tightly.
‘I didn’t believe that elf!’
Suddenly, a shiver ran down my spine, and regret began to flood me.
“It’s a joke. joke. Even if my grandfather found out, he wouldn’t say anything. don’t worry.”
Rimmer waved his hand. Honestly, I couldn’t believe that, but I felt a little relieved.
“And now is not the time to think about that. “Now you’ve got some inspiration, right?”
He smiled, strangely, as if he was reading my thoughts.
“I guess so.”
Raon nodded, looking at the wind blowing around Rimmer.
‘I was definitely inspired.’
Perhaps because I saw a new world while learning Garunua, I thought of a path for myself to develop and the inspiration to create Gwangpungdae’s martial arts school.
“It lives up to its name, ‘Gwangpung.’ “I’m trying to bring in a strong yet brilliant wind.”
Rimmer nodded, rubbing his chin as if he understood what he meant.
“Good. try. Even if you fail, you will learn something.”
“Sir. today. No, you’re acting a little strange these days.”
Raon narrowed his eyes as he looked at Rimmer, who was giving him various advice.
“You’re so kind. Normally, I would have gone to the gambling house and not even seen my face for a while.”
“Today is the gambling house’s holiday.”
“Is the gambling house closed on any days?”
“I heard it was an internal repair.”
Raon sighed and furrowed his eyebrows. I thought it was just in case, but it happened as expected.
Rimmer lightly rolled his shoulders and lay down on the platform as usual.
“The reason why they suddenly decided to create Gwangpungdae’s martial arts school. “Isn’t it separate?”
“yes? What is that….”
“Is it because of the deaths of Koman Knight Commander Kuzan and Noesoe Barpil, whom we met at the Tomb of the Sword Zone?”
His green eyes flashed with a serious light.
Raon’s fingertips trembled without answering. Because what Rimmer said was not wrong at all.
Commander Koman and Noesoe died while fighting with the same goal as me. He sacrificed his life to save me.
An ominous thought came to mind because this was the first time in my life that I had seen someone who could easily be considered a colleague die right in front of my eyes.
The worst assumption is that if things had gone a little wrong, I would have died or Gwangpungdae would have died.
I didn’t want to see anyone around me die.
I decided to create a new martial arts school with the thought that even if I die, I want the rest to live.
“okay. “I knew you would.”
Rimmer calmly nodded as if he had read all my thoughts. A manifest light lingered in the eyes that sparkled with mischief.
“Raon. “Everyone dies.”
An eerie energy flowed along his touch.
“Me, you, and Gwangpungdae are no exception. “It would be nice if things continued like this for the rest of our lives, but someone is going to die someday.”
Raon lowered his gaze and bit his lip.
“It’s okay to try to put off that day. But you shouldn’t be afraid of coming death. “Because you are the great lord of Gwangpungdae.”
Rimmer patted his shoulder, saying he must accept it. His touch was heavy, but warmer than ever.
It felt like my heart, which had been worried and tense, was gently relaxed.
“Why are you like this today? “Uncharacteristically.”
Raon frowned at Rimmer.
“Sometimes you have to act as a teacher.”
Rimmer grinned and stood up.
“Do you know the saying that you shouldn’t even step on your teacher’s shadow?”
“Of course I know.”
Raon nodded. There was even a time when I got hit by Rimmer because I couldn’t step on it. When I said those words, I suddenly felt sorry.
“I stepped on it countless times. “If you’re questioning that…”
“I don’t like that word very much.”
“Not stepping on the shadow shows respect for the teacher, but it also means keeping a distance from the teacher.”
Rimmer laughed and shook his head.
“Not just you, all of you can step on my shadow as much as you want, so don’t fall.”
He stood up with a faint smile.
Rimmer went down the podium and then turned his back.
“If someone comes to you and leaves you without saying anything, just make up one thing, like information that might be helpful or a good deed you didn’t reveal, and tell them.”
“What does that mean?”
I didn’t understand so I blinked.
“That’s it! “Just do it!”
Rimmer waved his hands wildly and left the darkened gymnasium.
“Why are you like that?”
Raon blinked at Rimmer.
Lars snapped his round fingers, saying he realized something.
-That guy has already lost all his money and must be hallucinating!
* * *
Raon left the training hall and headed toward the annex.
As I cooked Garunua, I could feel the texture of the wind. I had no idea that what I thought was just the wind could have so many faces.
‘It’s much easier to keep the wind in check.’
Until now, the wind energy itself was so small that it was only used to strengthen cold and flame.
However, if I continued to learn Garunua, I felt like I could fight with just the wind.
‘Togeumjon’s martial arts and Garunua. ‘It will create a pretty good martial arts school.’
I looked at the annex garden with a satisfied smile.
Because it was late, the maids and Killuan were not visible, but the soil in the garden was quite compacted.
‘It’ll be okay in about a month.’
After checking the condition of the garden, I was about to go to Sylvia’s hospital room, but I saw someone standing in front of the lake in the garden.
As I focused my gaze, I saw blonde hair and black long sleeves blowing in the wind. It was Glenn.
‘Why are you here?’
Raon swallowed his dry saliva and approached Glenn.
“See you, matriarch.”
Glenn nodded briefly without turning around.
“What brought you to the annex?”
“I heard it was badly damaged, so I stopped by while I was out for a walk.”
Raon nodded and then looked at Glenn’s back.
Why aren’t you saying anything?
Glenn said nothing more and just stared at the lake. I don’t know why the person who came to check the annex only focused on the lake.
-What is that old man doing?
‘I do not know either.’
-Then just leave it alone! Let’s go see mom quickly and eat something! It feels like the ship is sticking to your shoulders!
‘It must be the back…’
Raon pushed away Ras, who was talking nonsense, and looked at Glenn again.
‘What are you thinking… Ah!’
Rimmer’s words came to mind when Glenn frowned, thinking something was really strange.
[If someone comes to you and leaves you without saying anything, just make up some information that might be helpful or a good deed you didn’t reveal, and tell them.]
But even if it wasn’t what I said, I actually had something to say to Glenn.
“Matriarch. “I have something to tell you.”
Glenn nodded as if asking him to speak.
“It is said that Oma is currently going out of his way to gather troops. Of course, it won’t mean anything good.”
I told him a little bit of the information I heard from Merlin today.
“Where did you get that information?”
“This is an information source that I have set aside outside.”
Raon lowered his gaze, remembering the cat that belonged to Merlin.
“In fact, considering that Eden and the North and South Alliance did not appear in the Tomb of the Sword Zone, and the other three powers did not pose any additional threats, I think the reliability is quite high. “How about reinforcing the perimeter of the entire Sieghardt territory…”
“It’s similar to the opinion of the non-banquet meeting.”
Glenn nodded, noting that Chad, the non-banquet owner, had said the same thing.
“I came here without much thought, but I got some good information.”
“I guess it’s right that reasonable information comes with reasonable compensation.”
Glenn snapped his fingers without answering the question. A long dimension opened in the air, and several books of martial arts fell down.
Raon blinked blankly as he looked at the books of martial arts piled up in front of him.
‘What’s really going on today?’