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Chapter 579 Too Weak
It was no wonder that the two Legendary Mages of the Spatial Magic Tower underestimated their enemy.
According to common sense, they were at least two kilometers above the ground; even Legends would find it difficult to throw a spear so high.
Moreover, even if they could just barely throw it, what power could it have? The sh.e.l.l of the flying s.h.i.+p was protected by a variety of magic arrays, and it would be quite a feat just to cause a ripple on their surfaces.
So in their opinion, this woman was putting on a monkey show, probably thinking of this big s.h.i.+p as some bird.
Greene even remembered an incident that was recorded in the manufacturing book of flying s.h.i.+ps.
When the flying s.h.i.+p was first built over three hundred years ago, it didn’t fly high enough, only about a hundred or so meters.
The test flight pa.s.sed over a primeval forest, and a savage race of people who were very good at throwing spear lived in this forest. It turned out that these savages took the small flying s.h.i.+p for some special kind of bird, and a tribe of men chased after it wailing and throwing spears.
The flying s.h.i.+p also did not have any defensive magic arrays at that time, and when it flew out from the primeval forest, the bottom of the flying s.h.i.+p was covered with long spears.
It was rather hilarious.
Now, this woman’s behavior of throwing a spear at the giant flying s.h.i.+p in the air was no different from the barbarians in the eyes of both Greene and Barnard.
“The glory of civilization will never fall within these small remote countries. They are so ignorant that they have never even seen a flying s.h.i.+p, let alone understand such a great creation of the ages.”
“Well said.” Greene gave Barnard a thumbs up. Then both men laughed aloud at the same time.
Then, at this moment, an extremely unpleasant palpitating feeling arose in their hearts at the same time, and without thinking, both of them teleported.
After all, being Legendary Mages, they still had a certain instinct for an unknown and deadly attack.
The very next second after the two had teleported away, a flaming blue spear burst through the hull from the bottom of the cabin and stabbed right in.
And after this flaming spear penetrated the hull, its speed didn’t seem to drop any further before piercing through the huge crystal and finally bursting through the top of the hull and disappearing
The two teleported out of the hull at the same time. They used a flying spell and then watched in bewilderment as the blue spear diagonally pa.s.sed from under the flying s.h.i.+p, breaking through the entire s.h.i.+p and vanis.h.i.+ng into the sky.
They could see the blue trail of fire left by the spear.
A fairly straight diagonal line that stretched out from the ground, through the flying s.h.i.+p in the air, and into the sky.
The trail was light blue and looked quite beautiful.
“What is that thing?” Barnard felt that his world view had been turned upside down once again. “Whose spear throws can be thrown directly into the starry sky?”
At this time, Greene, who had always known a lot about survival techniques, looked toward the ground. “It looks like it should be that woman’s!”
“How is that possible!” Barnard looked toward the ground, too.
At this moment, Andonara was frowning slightly. Although the spear had successfully hit the flying s.h.i.+p, the damage caused was not as great as she thought.
It went straight through the flying s.h.i.+p, but the flying s.h.i.+p didn’t seem to be affected much at all.
In reality, this was also where Andonara suffered from not being well-educated.
The flight speed of the flying spear was certainly quite fast, but it didn’t have much rotational speed, and the tip was too pointed and too streamlined.
So it only caused the most basic penetration effect, resulting in a penetration opening of about half a meter in diameter.
For the human body, a half-meter penetration was fatal, but for a large flying s.h.i.+p over 40 meters long and about 10 meters wide, it was only minor trauma.
It was not much of an impact at all.
Andonara tsked, then she turned her eyes to the two black dots that suddenly appeared on the outside of the flying s.h.i.+p.
Andonara recognized the spell used by the other party because Roland often used this spell in front of her. Sure enough, these were people from the Spatial Magic Tower. Andonara no longer hesitated at that moment, and blue flames covered her entire body, burning and swelling more and more, finally transforming into a lifelike blue firebird with outspread wings. The two Legendary Mages in the sky also saw this scene, and their expressions became somewhat horrified.
Because they felt a terrible threat from this blue firebird, a much stronger sense of threat than when Roland used Elemental Embodiment.
The danger was tangible, as if they were bound to die at the mere touch of it.
“This woman, might she be Queen Andonara, the Legendary Great Swordsman described in the intelligence reports?” Barnard said in a horrified voice, like a fat duck being pinched by the neck. “What was written in the report is actually true?”
Greene’s hands trembled slightly. “Is this the time to talk about such things? Don’t you feel as if she is going to fly up?”
Barnard also felt a little uneasy as he angrily rebuked, “Don’t jinx it, Legendary Great Swordsmen can’t fly.”
“But the average Legendary Great Swordsman can’t turn into a firebird.” Greene gulped. “Brother, I don’t think the situation is quite right, why don’t we retreat first?”
“We both know Mage’s Disjunction, what are we afraid of.” Barnard cheered himself up. “No matter what, let’s both give her a shot of Mage’s Disjunction first.”
“Okay.” Greene thought about his newly learned powerful spell and suddenly gained some courage.
The two floated side by side in midair, reaching out at the same time and pointing at the firebird on the ground.
They were Legendary Mages after all, and after learning the spell, it was natural for them to be able to do it instantly, just not at great range like the Great Elder Morton.
The moment their Mage’s Disjunction took shape, the blue firebird flew up with a flutter of its wings, and in a split second off the ground, its wings fluttered backward, and the entire bird flew sideways for several meters in a bizarre way, narrowly avoiding the effective range of the two Mage’s Disjunction.
“What a big nimble firebird, let’s continue,” Barnard finished his words and turned his head to see the firebird rus.h.i.+ng toward them. In a flash, only half the distance remained between the two parties. “What’s going on, how can this firebird fly so fast? Greene, let’s…”
As soon as he turned his head, he found that Greene had teleported away, and no one was by his side.
“How can a man do this, at least he shouldn’t, and he can’t,” wailed Barnard. “She is only a Legend and the two of us…”
As he spoke, the blue firebird had already flown up to him.
Even from dozens of meters away, Barnard could feel the terrifying fire element contained in this firebird.
Barnard’s figure retreated more than forty meters, then he pointed at the distant firebird: “Mage’s Disjunction…”
However, he still underestimated the speed of the Great Swordsman, especially since this Great Swordsman had also awakened the Hero’s bloodline, which further enhanced her speed and attack power.
Barnard’s hand went up, and just as he shouted “Mage’s Disjunction,” the blue firebird had swept over his body.
After the firebird flew for dozens of meters, a black skeleton fell from the sky.
The firebird then circled and did not find the other spatial Mage, who presumably escaped somewhere with Teleportation and then used Long-Distance Teleportation to send himself far away.
After circling a few more times in displeasure, the firebird still found no sign of the other Mage, and finally landed on the flying s.h.i.+p, a little irritated.
There was a group of people kneeling on the flying s.h.i.+p. Both magic apprentices and the handymen were kneeling.
They saw that of the two supposedly incredibly powerful spatial Mages, one burned to a crisp right after their encounter, and the other fled without a trace.
Even Legendary Mages met such an end, and the highest level of official Mages among them was only level 6. How could they fight against an elite who had beaten two Legendary Mages?
At this time, Andonara was a little upset. She had expected a great duel, but things turned out to be completely different from what she had imagined
“Weak, too weak. The will to fight and the awareness of both the Legendary Mages and the people of the Spatial Magic Tower are far too poor,” Andonara muttered.
She then said, “Since you all surrendered, there’s no problem following my orders, right?”
Everyone on the flying s.h.i.+p nodded their heads.
“Then fly to the ground outside the city and leave this magic s.h.i.+p for now.” Andonara smiled quite cheerfully. “My man would be very interested in your magic s.h.i.+p.”
At this time, Roland did not know the situation of the Spatial Magic Tower on Andonara’s side. He was now watching the livestream on the forum.
The first pair of players who crossed the ocean using a double-cabin human-powered plane had arrived on the east continent.
Their plane crashed into a shallow beach on the coast, and the two players soon swam to sh.o.r.e.
The two looked around, then at the quest system description, before hugging and laughing together.
“Oh sh*t, we actually flew over.”
“My legs are almost dead from soreness. Now that I’m back on the ground, I still have hallucinations, as if my feet are still pedaling.”
“Stop complaining, I’m no better off than you right now. Now do we wait for someone, or do we just go to the Spatial Magic Tower?”
“Wait for someone. With the two of us, there’s no way we can beat a Magic Tower.”
“Makes sense, I’ll go nearby and build the G.o.ddess of Life’s altar first. In case something does happen, we’ll be prepared and won’t have to swim all the way from the other side of the sea again.”
“I’ll help.” Just as the two men were building the simple G.o.ddess of Life altar, several more wooden planes flew down from the sky.
Most of them landed in the shallow water, which they did on purpose; after all, there was no runway to speak of on the beach, and if the plane landed on the beach, the wheels would plunge right into the sand, and then the wooden plane would certainly fall apart under the effect of inertia.
Instead of this, it would be better to crash directly into the shallow water. At least falling into the water was much better than cras.h.i.+ng directly on the sh.o.r.e, and the chances of survival were much greater.
Many players swam from the sea to the sh.o.r.e.
In a short time, more than thirty people had gathered.
Someone soon said, “Since we are the first to arrive, I guess we are all solo players, so why don’t we form a temporary guild. I’ll start by introducing myself, I am a level-9 fire feces Warlock, pleased to meet you all.”
Ah… After hearing his introduction, the surrounding players were so scared that they immediately retreated several meters away.
Every one of them was terrified.