Chapter 3: First summon (part 2)

‘It’s boring.’

Syrah Acacia. Born to the Marquis Acacia, the emotion she felt the most in her life was boredom.

Life was so easy, that it had become boring. Her life has been a smooth sailing since she was born.

Like a ship that moved on its own without doing anything, her life was devoid of an hardship or struggles.

‘I’m bored.’

So, it was only natural that she grew up to have a strange personality. There was no one to rebuke her, even less to discipline her.

The environment was perfect to create girl with an eccentric nature who freely acted on her whims.

As a result, Syrah Acacia developed a self-indulgent personality. As she got older, no one pointed it out, and it added an unquenchable curiosity to her temperament.

[I’m not going to do it now.]

She became interested in the person called Ian Clark from the moment he said that. 

Rejecting the Divine Summoning Ceremony?

Considering that even the daughter of the Duke Eritz couldn’t do that, it wasn’t surprising that she thought he had some screws lose in his head.

But she found that Ian was completely sane. It wasn’t a reckless attempt to get attention, and it didn’t look like he was crazy either.

After that, she began to follow Ian. It was quite easy for her to be placed in the same class as him.

It was the most interested she felt towards someone after a long time. The feeling was so intense that she thought it was love.

‘Ian Clark.’

As soon as the class was over, she ran to him. And she talked to him. 

He was an intellectual with a firm conception of the summoned beasts.

He spoke with confident voice as if his knowledge was the truth.

‘Where the hell did this confidence come from?’ She began to wonder.

‘I’m curious.’

‘I want to have him!’

‘I want to keep him by my side forever and play with him until he shatters!’

Syrah Acacia wrapped her arms around her shoulders and felt an extreme sense of excitement.


And a week passed.

6 o’clock in the morning. 

Ian woke up very early. 

There wasn’t any particular reason for it.


The 7th day attendance check reward had arrived.

“Shut up… can’t I mute this…?”

Ian rubbed his eyes and got out of bed. 

The one week time had passed. Finally, the day of the showdown had arrived!

Ian went to the bathroom, washed his body, and woke his brain up with the meditation technique he had learned in order to take care of his body and mind.

As time passed, the dormitory started to get noisy. It was time to get going.

When Ian opened the door and went outside, the cadets who had been waiting in front of his room without going to class followed him with interested expressions.

‘Yeah, I don’t want to go to the temple right away…’

‘Would the door of the temple be opened in the morning in the first place?’

“Ian Clark.”

Contrary to what Ian thought, the impatient young lady of Eritz seems to have made sure that the temple would still be open even in the early morning.

‘Hahaha, if you use the power of the Duke, you can even open the gates of the temple at dawn instead of in the morning and have fun!’

She looked at Ian with a triumphant expression.

“Did you get the hairloom?”



“I didn’t get it.”

Hearing that, Stella frowned and looked at Ian. Perhaps she thought Ian had given up, so she snorted.

“Huh, then that’t it. I knew it would be like that.”


“Are you kidding me? You confessed with your own mouth just now. You didn’t get a heirloom.”

“That’s right.”

“I was waiting to see what kind of great heirloom you would get for the summoning ceremony, but there is no need for that now.”

Stella said it was fine and ordered Ian to go straight to the staff room. She wanted him to hand over his expulsion letter right now.

“Are we not doing the summoning ceremony?”

“Heh, would that make any difference? What are you going to do with no heirloom?”

“You won’t know until you try it.”

“I know without even looking!”

‘This lady… but it’d be fun to prove her wrong..’ Ian let out a light snort, then smiled and said to her.

“Are you scared?”

“What, what?”

“Otherwise, why are you stopping me from doing the summoning ceremony?”

“You…you… nothing would change even if you do it, right?”

Ian wondered if all the people around him had the same opinion.

But he didn’t care at all. Because he knew very well that this mockery would soon turn into jealousy.

They headed to the temple. Perhaps he heard Stella’s words, and the priest who had been preparing for the summoning ceremony had came out early in the morning.

Ian bowed lightly and greeted him.

“Excuse me for bothering you this early in the morning, Priest.”

“Hahaha, it’s fine. I was just waking up for morning prayer.”


“Yes. You can proceed right away.”

The priest said so and pointed to the magic circle. All the other cadets, including Stella, were looking at him.

Stella thought that she has driven Ian to a situation where he couldn’t escape even if he wanted to run away.

But, the reality was the opposite.

“If I summon a 3-star summon from here, you promise to give me the heirloom, right?”

“Just be done with it quickly!”


“—Ah, yes. I’ll definitely do that, so go ahead!”

Stella shouted at him. 

Many aristocrats in the place listened to her promise.

Even the Duke Eritz couldn’t keep the mouths of all these many nobles shut.


Though Ian, as he reached out towards the magic circle. The soul power contained in his hand flowed down to the magic circle. Without stopping there, Ian used the summon ticket he had received as a reward on the 7th day.

[Do you want to use a 3-star random summon ticket?]


‘Of course yes.’

And after a while, the magic circle begins to turn gold! 

Stella saw that and opened her mouth in amazement.

“No way!”

‘It’s already too late, bi*ch!’

Ian looked at the summoning circle, expecting what kind of summons would come out.

He did everything he could, but he didn’t know what would come out of this.

It was pure luck.

Huge wings spread out. White wings like a swan.

The wings spread out, scattering divine feathers, and blessing the knights all around.

“Are you my master?”

The Half Angel!

A half-blood of an angel, the Paladin of Salvation raised her head.

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