The Mighty Dragons Are Dead - chapter 58
Liszt did not interrupt Marcus. He intended to check how orderly the rookies were. However, the power of individuals had been infinitely enlarged by magic and combat aura in this world. It was not something that discipline could make up for.
An elite earth knight like Marcus could defeat more than a hundred common squires.
Even Liszt, a new earth knight, could beat thirty common squires. They couldn’t approach him as long as he had enough combat aura.
Marcus, who was a coach in the knight academy before, had his method of training.
Therefore, Liszt simply stayed in his castle to train Dudderson.
Dudderson immediately sat down when it heard the order and looked at Liszt. Liszt tossed a meatloaf to the dog.
He activated Eye of Magic Power.
It was obvious that Dudderson had abundant magic power.
Theoretically, Dudderson is already able to cast spells, considering how fast it has been growing. However, without the guidance of an adult Rampant Earth Dog, it probably doesn’t know how to control the magic. Should I try to teach it?
He was confident in directing Dudderson to unleash the magic power with Eye of Magic Power.
However, it was hard to say whether or not Dudderson would be accidentally killed in the process.
He made up his mind after a brief hesitation. If I don’t direct it, Dudderson will still be suffocated when there’s too much magic power. It’s better to take the risk right now while our bond is not too strong yet.
Before the transmigration, Liszt had had a dog. He was upset for a long time after the dog died of old age.
Now, he did not have strong feelings for pets.
“Come here, Dudderson.”
He waved his hand, and Dudderson immediately came, wagging his tail.
To be honest, the Rampant Earth Dog was just a dog that was larger and more violent. Its behavior and personality were very similar to those of dogs.
“I’ll teach you magic!” Liszt soothed the dog and observed the circulation of magic power in its body.
Magic and combat aura were both magic power.
Their difference was that magic was the power of the outside world that sorcerers condensed while combat aura was the power within knights. So, sorcerers could cast spells of different natures, whereas knights could only control the combat aura in their own nature.
The magic power of monsters, on the other hand, was half from themselves and half from the outside world. Their recovery was much faster than that of sorcerers and knights.
To cast a spell, sorcerers needed to assemble the elements in the air, and knights needed to attach their combat aura to their weapon in case it dispersed.
Those skills are too complicated for monsters to learn. Their release of magic must be more like an intrinsic reaction… I direct the dog to unleash the magic power, and it will naturally cast Rocky Spur… That must be it.
It was like how knights released combat aura.
Knights generally released combat aura with hands. Liszt thought, Which part of the body should Dudderson use to unleash the power? Paws?
Paws probably wouldn’t work because they were for walking. No knights ever released combat aura with their feet.
Suddenly, he recalled the Wind Blade Wolf he saw in Thorn Hill. The creature cast a spell from its mouth.
Based on the body structure of animals, the most suitable part to cast spells was probably the mouth.
So, I need to direct Dudderson’s magic power into its mouth and break the boundaries. It shouldn’t be difficult…
He did exactly the same as he thought. Pressing against Dudderson, he directed the magic power in Dudderson’s body with his combat aura.
Dudderson struggled hard, but as a puppy only a few months old, it could not get rid of an earth knight.
Under Liszt’s scorching and explosive combat aura, it was essentially in a sauna with a temperature of hundreds of degrees.
The dog’s eyes immediately turned red.
Its body temperature was also soaring.
I forgot that my combat aura is fire-natured and not suitable for direction… But there’s no turning back now. He exerted his strength and shouted, “Dudderson, unleash the magic power!”
His Eye of Magic Power saw that the magic power in Dudderson’s body was concentrated in Dudderson’s mouth. Then, in an explosion, it surged out and broke a certain part in Dudderson’s mouth.
After that, a miracle happened.
Three enormous bamboo-shaped rocks erupted from the lawn. Each of them was as thick as a thigh with a spiky end on the top.
Liszt laughed. “Great job, Dudderson! You’ve learned magic!”
He was quite satisfied with the spell, imagining how it could stab into the enemy’s butt unexpectedly when he gave his dog a signal.
Then, Thomas suddenly remarked, “My lord, Dudderson seems to be hurt.”
“Huh?” Liszt finally noticed that Dudderson had collapsed on the ground with a bleeding mouth that seemed to have exploded.
Thankfully, it was only a minor injury due to the release of magic power. The dog’s lethargy was because it had emptied all its magic power.
Liszt was reassured after figuring out what happened.
He said to Thomas, “This is exactly the danger of magic… Why are sorcerers rare and disliked? Because their experiments are always dangerous. They do not know science, but they think they can control the rules.”
Thomas, failing to comprehend, asked curiously, “My lord, have you ever seen a sorcerer?”
“You’re so great! You taught Dudderson magic when you’ve never met a sorcerer before! Praise your lordship!” Thomas cried in amazement.
It was too easy a task to be proud of.
He wiped his hands with a handkerchief. “Thomas, take care of Dudderson. Treat the injuries, and make sure that its food is minced to pieces.”
“All right, my lord.”