I’m the Mysterious Leader of the Salvation Organization – Chapter 117 Part 2

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Chapter 117: It Is Time for Ten Summons! (2)

"World Line Change · The River of Achron!"

Final summon!

"Possibility! Burning With Flames · Moon Witch (Seven Days)"

Hmm, it's the skin of that witch. I have never obtained it before.

Bai Yan looked at the introduction and found that in a certain timeline, "Moon Witch" was publicly executed and disappeared without a trace after being burned for seven days and seven nights in flames.

Leaving behind the legend of the "Flame Witch".

"Dressed in a pure black attire, the Moon Witch bared her arms and fair shoulders, fashioned with the most exquisite and luxurious materials akin to the finest evening gowns. Adorning her neck was a rare and precious magical stone known as the "Philosopher's Stone", radiating the witch's unique and mystical charm. In this world line, she was betrayed by her loved ones and publicly executed by the church, yet didn't truly perish in the raging flames."

"Special Effect: Upon activation, the witch transforms into the Flame Witch, having absolute control over the power of fire, whether it be true flames or the flames of retribution. Meanwhile, the original trait of 'Moon's Protection' fades away."

After reading it, Bai Yan muttered to himself, "Anyway, there is no use in having skin since I haven't obtained her… Although that guy is probably eager to escape from the gacha."

However, she certainly doesn't know who her "boss" is waiting for.

Bai Yan eagerly anticipated the arrival of the day when she would be drawn.

The ten-round summon has ended, it was somewhat fruitful, but the yield was still not large enough.

"The greatest gain was receiving the legendary River Achron, which is not only a very helpful 'wonder building' for early combat power, but also reduces the cost of resurrection."

"Game Prompt:"

"Worldline Change · The River of Achron has been acquired, do you choose to load it?"

Bai Yan didn't directly choose "yes", but first clicked on the specific content introduction.

"The River of Achron: the river of the underworld, the river of sorrow. It is said that Charon and his soldiers ferry the dead on a small boat. Those who want to cross the river must pay the fare, otherwise they will be ruthlessly thrown into the river by the dead spirits. The water density is much lighter than that of the world's water, and it is known as the 'Feather Sink River'. Unless by the ships of the underworld, it is almost impossible for the human body to cross."

"Change Effect: After The River of Achron is loaded, no non-savior-approved beings or objects may cross it. The Savior can summon some undead as combat assistance every ten days by paying 100 Source Energy Points. If a Core Operator dies, resurrection cost decreases by 20% due to the presence of The River of Achron."

Resurrection.

This is an inescapable topic.

Sooner or later, someone will die in Babel Tower. It might be Mu Ling, Maryse, Alan, or even Amy.

The stronger the Core Operator who dies, the more Source Energy Points are needed for resurrection. For the "player" Savior, it is crucial to control the number and frequency of Core Operator deaths as much as possible.

Moreover, although it may sound a bit unpleasant at times, he must take the initiative to choose…to select the person whom he trusts the most…to face death.

However, Bai Yan's heart was not particularly burdened, because there exists a resurrection of death, which can be regarded as not truly a total death.

If he had to repeatedly choose which Core Operator to permanently perish…

Bai Yan thought, he himself surely would feel the pain as well.

Even if it's him…

"Loading 'The River of Achron'."

"Loading world line change. Estimated to be completed in three days."

Having left the inside of the Babel Tower, Bai Yan didn't put down his cellphone but instead glanced at the current time.

"Oh no! I almost forgot about the arrangement I made with Holly today."

He suddenly remembered the agreement he made with Holly not long ago, and it was for today!

Therefore, he immediately rushed to the Demon Hunt Agency.

——

Adelaide got up as usual.

There was no gleam in her eyes as she gazed at the wall for a full five minutes.

She entered the bathroom, started taking a shower, and looked at the woman in the mirror, who appeared tired, depressed, and devoid of any energy.

"Clang!"

Adelaide stood in silence in the shower.

Tears streamed down her face.

……

The water stopped.

She used magic to regulate the moisture on her body's surface, quickly drying herself, and slowly putting on her old clothes.

She didn't have breakfast, but sat in the corner of the room lost in thought.

At this time every day, Adelaide would doubt herself, wondering if life would be better if she didn't become a Night Watcher.

If she hadn't become a Night Watcher, she wouldn't have had… her important possessions taken away.

She left home silent until 7:30.

As Adelaide entered the Demon Hunt Agency, her expression immediately changed and she stood tall and confident, casting off all the fatigue and listlessness of the morning.

She retrieved a cigarette for women and held it in her mouth, but didn't light it directly in the lobby.

(Translated by Gravity Tales 😢)

Soon, Adelaide arrived at the office of the 12th team and lit a cigarette at the door.

"I wonder what these guys are up to."

She reached out to open the door.

"Captain, happy birthday!"

She was stunned to see several people in the office.

Holly stood at the front with a medium-sized fruit cake covered in candles, a smile of delight on her face.

Bai Yan held up an "Happy Birthday" sign with one hand and a white rabbit ear headband in the other hand, although he wasn't wearing it.

The big guy with a gentle face stood at the back, his hands stacked with four gift boxes of varying sizes, clearly all carefully prepared for other team members.

Black Vulture was sitting on the chair next to them, still sleeping soundlessly, with a solid-colored eye mask covering her face.

On it were written elegant and graceful characters that said "Wishing you a happy birthday".

Adelaide remained silent for a while, nodded, and smiled.

"Thank you…remember me."