Swordmaster's Youngest Son – Chapter 64: Tzenmi’s Magic (1)

Chapter 64: Tzenmi’s Magic (1)

Volume 3 Chapter 64 Tzenmis Magic (1)

Two men were frowning as they sat in a cramped room.

They had been talking with Jet for the past few hours.

So let me get this straight, Mr. Jet. You filled out this anonymous note for the prosperity of the citizens and the downfall of Akin.

And you, who were mostly a lowly accountant, decided to betray your organization because you accidentally walked into the slave storage and was shocked by the atrocity?

Moreover, among the documents you risked your life to take, there was also an accounting record of the magic tome auctions. And you thought it would be a way to collapse the Tesing Clan from the inside, so you handed it over to the Zipfel Clan.

And out of all of the different press media throughout Akin, you specifically chose the one that is against the Tesings atrocities because you were interested in Akins politics

Lastly, since you are a mere harmless reporter, you want us to protect you in order to stay safe from Tesings surviving forces Is that what you mean?

Jet frantically nodded.

Precisely! Man, I tried to do some good deeds in order to live out my life. I dont know why Im being treated like this. Please let me go. Im worried about my son.

The two men let out a deep sigh.

They were part of the Vermont Criminal Investigation Team. After receiving the letter about the Tesing Clans misdeeds, they caught Jet at the port and began an investigation.

As Jin expected, Jet had a strong survival instinct.

He listened to each word uttered by the investigators and responded with the most advantageous reply possible.

Talking about the Beradin impersonator wouldnt help him in this situation. He had to sugarcoat everything as an act of goodness to gain witness protection.

The investigators were baffled.

No matter how I look at it, theres no way this bastard acted upon moral values. He just wrote his name on the letter. He didnt draft the entire thing.

Its probably the shady people who destroyed the Tesings. However, we dont need to chase the culprits around.

Instead of finding the true author of the letter, declaring the bastard in front of them as the righteous hero would be much more convenient.

On top of that, apart from the initial letter, the handwriting from the slave records matched Jets signature. At least he wrote the slave records himself to save the Vermont citizens.

The investigators shrugged.

Alright, Mr. Jet. Honestly, you kinda look like some lowly scum, but well turn a blind eye on your lies since you are saving dozens of Akin citizens.

However, the Zipfels have already requested your testimony, so you have to cooperate with us.

The Zipfels are searching for me? No, no, no way. If I go there, Ill die.

Nothing will happen if you tell them what you told us. As long as your story stays consistent, the Vermont Criminal Investigation Team will keep you safe. Just go and tell them the story.

If they hear something different from us, then it gets really annoying. You have some time before you go to the Zipfels investigation room, so go see your son and eat some food.

An hour later, Jet followed the investigators to the investigation room.

Ultimately, he didnt say a single thing about the Beradin impersonator, and the Zipfel investigators couldnt kill him even though they knew that he was lying.

Still, we cant make you a hero. The Zipfel Clan will take the credit for the downfall of the Tesings.

I dont care, as long as you promise to keep me alive and protect me.

I will hear the truth once I beat the crap out of the surviving Tesing agents. Leave. Also, dont think that the Vermont witness protection is perfect.

* * *

The Tesing Clan was demolished.

Despite causing a ruckus, the three companions didnt even get a bounty on their heads.

This wasnt the Zipfels business. The destruction was unfortunate for those who lived off of Tesings dirty money. However, if the Zipfels announced that they destroyed the Tesings, then they would gain more trust from the citizens of Akin.

Either way, for the Zipfels, the support gained from the people of a miniscule kingdom was equivalent to that of an ant.

So the Zipfel Clan and Vermont Imperial Family would share the fame while you would rake in the true benefits.

Indeed. Myultas Rune, Tzenmis magic tome, and Schugiel Histers magic tome are now in our hands. Also, I got to fight a 7-star knight.

Not all 7-stars are the same, Young Master. Please be more cautious in the future. A magic helm, magic, spirit energy, and swordsmanship Youre a great fighter. However, we cant always walk on a tightrope like this.

Of course. No matter how hard I try, I cant stand against actual opponents like you can, Gilly. I already know that. Still, Ill be more careful.

For a few days, the three spent their time in a remote village near Akin and observed the flow of events. With everything going as Jin predicted, Murakan and Gilly were astonished.

Well, it looks like the Zipfels wouldnt be searching for us. We can travel to our next destination without too much pressure.

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Wheres our next stop?

Jin already had a place in mind.

The Free City of Tikan.


After experiencing their journey through Akin, the three felt the importance of having an information broker like Jet. They needed someone to give them valuable information about the area as they continued on their journey based on Gillys and Murakans memories.

Additionally, information about Vishukel Yvlianos, Kinzelos, and Alus true names; the prohibited magic in the Kollon Ruins; as well as other things.

There were many things they wanted to know. Moreover, territories werent some places one would just casually visit.

Tikan, the Free City, wasnt an exception.

Once we get there, I should form relations with Ghostblade Kashimir.

Even in the present world, there werent many who knew of Ghost Blade Kashimir. Many young Runcandel swordsmen begged him to be their teacher, but he always refused.

The reason being that he had a valuable intelligence agency known as Seven-Colored Peacock.

Excluding the intelligence agencies of the Runcandels, Zipfiels, and Vermont Imperial Family, the Seven-Colored Peacock was the next best information source. It would be the most useful source during a time before the Runcandels rose to power.

The agency was an incredible group of information brokers, but none knew that its leader was Kashimir.

He was also known as the Fallen Prince of Vermont in the present world. To a regressor like Jin, it wasnt anything special, but the world was turned upside down when his status and identity were revealed.

The seven information brokers that form the Seven-Colored Peacock were all loyal Vermont higher-ups. Along with Kashimir, they are a gathering of abandoned Vermont nobles.

Jin didnt know the entire story, but he knew that the Seven-Colored Peacock consisted of many useful people.

Ten years later, the Fallen Prince Kashimir would become the first ruler of The Free City of Tikan.

Using the information that they gathered for decades, they would compromise sovereignty and the right to rule the land. They were beyond talented.

Going to Tikan is easy. The problem is getting close to Kashimir.

Deeply in thought, Jin smirked.

A small country needs power. Ill lure Kashimir to me with the thing he wants most.

The most stable way to strengthen a country is to enlarge its military force. This way, it can fight against invasions and build its infrastructure.

However, after earning its independence, Tikan remained as a mere small country.

Due to its small population, the military force is small. There wasnt a great abundance in resources, so it couldnt even advance its technologies. It was a country reliant on information.

If he seems reasonable, Ill ask him about the mirror artifact at the Kollon Ruins.

Of course, Jin couldnt show Kashimir an artifact that he doesnt have, nor could he explain its abilities.

Moreover, it all depended on Kashimirs aspirations for the army he had. Humans would naturally believe things they want to believe.

Even if I obtain the mirror artifact, I dont intend to hand it to Kashimir. Though, I can share its healing effects. Ill show him Myultas Rune and teach him the existence of these masterpieces. After that, I will slowly convince him to support me.

Not only that, Jin also planned to break the rule of not using the clans name as a provisional flag-bearer. He had to introduce himself as a Runcandel to at least make Kashimir bat an eye.

Why are you laughing, kiddo? What kind of place is Tikan? Never heard of it in my generation.

Its probably because of the information brokers, Lord Murakan. There is a massive intelligence agency called the Seven-Colored Peacock

As Gilly continued to explain, Murakan shook his head.

Youre choosing abusable scapegoats, just like we used Jet. Not bad. Is that why you were so excited?

I was laughing because of the magic tome. By this time tomorrow, wouldnt the deciphering of Tezmis magic tome be finished? Im looking forward to it.

Yeah, wondering about that Tzenmi guys magic got my stomach in knots. Seems to be light-type magic


I said its light-type magic.

I remember that all light-type magic was forgotten after ancient times Wait

Jin shook his head. He already heard a few times that Tzenmi was a magician of Murakans era.

Light magic.

It was the dream of all magicians of the present.

What the ** happened? To think that Tzenmis tome was being tossed around in a sketchy, run-down underground auction house. If I were Tzenmi, I wouldve crawled out of my grave.

What kind of person was Tzenmi?

Murakan smirked at Jin for a few seconds.

Fifteen hundred years ago, around five hundred renowned Zipfel magicians plotted to assassinate Tzenmi. But they all failed. Which is probably why no oneincluding youknows of Tzenmi.

It was similar to how they wiped any records of the Runcandels magic swordsmanship to a clean slate.

The Zipfel Clan completely erased Tzenmis existence from the history books.

Its their specialty. They erase any threat to them from the history books. If you hadnt awakened your spiritual energy, you would have ended up the same as Tzenmi. Forgotten.

Chapter end

Chapter 1: Runcandel’s Superstition
Chapter 2: Stormy Days at the Castle (1)
Chapter 3: Stormy Days at the Castle (2)
Chapter 4: Stormy Days at the Castle (3)
Chapter 5: Stormy Days at the Castle (4)
Chapter 6: Stormy Days at the Castle (5)
Chapter 7: Black Dragon Murakan (1)
Chapter 8: Black Dragon Murakan (2)
Chapter 9: Until I Turn Ten (1)
Chapter 10: Until I Turn Ten (2)
Chapter 11: Until I Turn Ten (3)
Chapter 12: Departing the Storm Castle (1)
Chapter 13: Departing the Storm Castle (2)
Chapter 14: Attack
Chapter 15: Truth Revealed?
Chapter 16: Garden of Swords (1)
Chapter 17: Garden of Swords (2)
Chapter 18: What Even is the Eye of the Mind? (1)
Chapter 19: What Even is the Eye of the Mind? (2)
Chapter 20: What Even is the Eye of the Mind? (3)
Chapter 21: What Even is the Eye of the Mind? (4)
Chapter 22: What Even is the Eye of the Mind? (5)
Chapter 23: Jin, the Cadets, the Beastman, and… (1)
Chapter 24: Jin, the Cadets, the Beastman, and… (2)
Chapter 25: Jin, the Cadets, the Beastman, and… (3)
Chapter 26: Jin, the Cadets, the Beastman, and… (4)
Chapter 27: Jin, the Cadets, the Beastman, and… (5)
Chapter 28: Class Advancement, Welcoming Ceremony (1)
Chapter 29: Class Advancement, Welcoming Ceremony (2)
Chapter 30: Class Advancement, Welcoming Ceremony (3)
Chapter 31: Fight, Win, Enjoy (1)
Chapter 32: Fight, Win, Enjoy (2)
Chapter 33: Fight, Win, Enjoy (3)
Chapter 34: Fight, Win, Enjoy (4)
Chapter 35: Receiving His First Solo Mission
Chapter 36: Mamit Lawless Zone (1)
Chapter 37: Mamit Lawless Zone (2)
Chapter 38: Mamit Lawless Zone (3)
Chapter 39: Kinzelo’s Misunderstanding
Chapter 40: Dominating the Intermediate Class
Chapter 41: Enemies In And Out (1)
Chapter 42: Enemies In And Out (2)
Chapter 43: An Unexpected Incident(1)
Chapter 44: An Unexpected Incident (2)
Chapter 45: An Unexpected Incident (3)
Chapter 46: Banquet (1)
Chapter 47 – Banquet (2)
Chapter 48: Banquet (3)
Chapter 49: Banquet (4)
Chapter 50: Banquet (5)
Chapter 51: Banquet (6)
Chapter 52: Banquet (7)
Chapter 53: Banquet (8)
Chapter 54: Banquet (9)
Chapter 55: The Outside World (1)
Chapter 56: The Outside World (2)
Chapter 57: The Outside World (3)
Chapter 58: Tesing Underground Auction House (1)
Chapter 59: Tesing Underground Auction House (2)
Chapter 60: Tesing Underground Auction House (3)
Chapter 61: Tesing Underground Auction House (4)
Chapter 62: Tesing Underground Auction House (5)
Chapter 63: Tesing Underground Auction House (6)
Chapter 64: Tzenmi’s Magic (1)
Chapter 65: Tzenmi’s Magic (2)
Chapter 66: Ghostblade Kashimir (1)
Chapter 67: Ghostblade Kashimir (2)
Chapter 68: Ghostblade Kashimir (3)
Chapter 69: Intertwining Fates (1)
Chapter 70: Intertwining Fates (2)
Chapter 71: Intertwining Fates (3)
Chapter 72: Intertwining Fates (4)
Chapter 73: Intertwining Fates (5)
Chapter 74: Intertwining Fates (6)
Chapter 75: Intertwining Fates (7)
Chapter 76: A Replica That Shouldn’t Exist (1)
Chapter 77: A Replica That Shouldn’t Exist (2)
Chapter 78: An Anomaly Called the Runcandels (1)
Chapter 79: An Anomaly Called the Runcandels (2)
Chapter 80: Each Other’s Business
Chapter 81: Meeting Cyron (1)
Chapter 82: Meeting Cyron (2)
Chapter 83: Meeting Cyron (3)
Chapter 84: A Terrifying Clan
Chapter 85: Take Down Alisa! (1)
Chapter 86: Take Down Alisa! (2)
Chapter 87: Take Down Alisa! (3)
Chapter 88: Take Down Alisa! (4)
Chapter 89: Tess the Phoenix
Chapter 90: The Cosmos Arena (1)
Chapter 91: The Cosmos Arena (2)
Chapter 92: The Cosmos Arena (3)
Chapter 93: The Cosmos Arena (4)
Chapter 94: The Cosmos Arena (5)
Chapter 95: The Cosmos Arena (6)
Chapter 96: The Cosmos Arena (7)
Chapter 97: The Cosmos Arena (8)
Chapter 98: The Cosmos Arena (9)
Chapter 99: The Cosmos Arena (10)
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