“Hey, Golan. What are you going to do now?”
“I would like to go and destroy these Golems, but we won’t find them if they’re in the blizzard. So…what to do…”
The best thing would be to wait for the blizzard to die down. But I didn’t know how long it would last.
It was just as I was thinking this, that the blizzard suddenly stopped.
“Oh. Do they know that we arrived?”
But I don’t think it was the kind that had sensors.
Perhaps it was just a coincidence. In any case, we could annihilate the Golems now.
“Hey, Golan. The wall disappeared too.”
That was strange. If the wall disappeared now, what was the point in having it up in the first place?
“Then…did something happen in the town?”
I had a bad feeling.
“What should we do?”
“We’re going into the town. Follow me!”
“Huh!? Why the rush all of a sudden?”
“The Cherry Ents are at the highest part of the town. We’re running until we reach them.”
Cherry Blossom Blizzard and Spring Storm were gone. The town was quiet.
This was clearly strange.
“Hey, over there!”
There was a Golem. They were already inside?
“What does this mean?”
Were there some already inside before he brought up Spring Storm? In that case, my earlier guess had been wrong.
“It’s seen us.”
“We’re going to kill it.”
It was a Stone Golem.
Ogre fists could crush stone. As long as we kept my guard up, we could beat it.
Beka ran up to the Stone Golem, grabbed its arm…and broke it.
“Ahahaha! Golan…this thing is so weak.”
“No. It’s just that you’re ridiculously strong.”
“Oh, you flatter me.”
“It wasn’t really a compliment. Anyway, more are coming. Hurry up and deal with them.”
Beka crushed, crushed, and crushed the Stone Golems.
In the meantime, I attacked the other enemies.
My muscles weren’t as strong as Beka’s, so I used my weight when pulling their joints the wrong way.
Cracks appeared in the joints and then they snapped. It was completely different from her.
However, it was odd that there were so many Golems here.
What was happening in the town?
“Beka. Can I leave the rest to you?”
“Alright. I’m going on ahead. Kill all of them and then catch up with me.”
“Aye, aye, sir!”
I had taught her to say that. She then continued her destruction of the Golems.
Would she really be okay?
I began to run.
The old Cherry Ents would be in the park on the highest hill.
When I ran up the slope and arrived at the top, the last remaining Cherry Ent had been snapped in half by the Golems.
I shouted, just as the great tree thudded to the ground.