The Man Decree Chapter 2202 by desirenovel

The Man Decree Chapter 2202-“Hmph, your magecraft is nothing compared to mine!”

Just as he spoke, Luol pulled out a seal from his hand and stabbed it into the ground. While doing so, he began to mumble a chant.

As the air around him began to tremble, Jared could feel tremendous pressure smashing against his restrictive arcane array.

Without a moment’s delay, he lunged at Luol to prevent the latter from breaking through it.

Undeniably, the level of magecraft exhibited by Luol was impressive.

When he saw Jared’s impending attack, Luol had no choice but to push both his hands forward. The seal on the ground rose into the air abruptly before flying in Jared’s direction.


As Jared smashed his fist against the seal, it instantly shattered into dust.

Immediately after, Jared appeared right in front of Luol and grabbed him by the throat.

“D-Don’t kill me. I can help you find the ancient ruins,” Luol pleaded upon realizing the dire situation he was in.

Jared had displayed strength that exceeded his imagination. It didn’t matter if it was magecraft or raw power, Luol’s skills didn’t even come close to that of the former.

“Can you really help me locate the ancient ruins?” Jared gave Luol a skeptical look.

“That’s right. I’ll help you as long as you spare my life.” Luol nodded as he spoke.

“Why should I believe you?” Even though Jared didn’t deny that Luol was skilled in magecraft, he couldn’t bring himself to trust someone from Scorching Heaven Sect.

“You can put a restrictive spell on me or force me to swallow a poison pill. As long as you don’t kill me, I’ll do anything you say,” Luol begged desperately for mercy. Just like anyone else, he was afraid of death.

“Mr. Chance, you can’t possibly trust a Demonic Cultivator from Scorching Heaven Sect,” Skyler cried out to Jared.

She was worried that Jared would be tricked by Luol.

“I’m not really a Demonic Cultivator from Scorching Heaven Sect. I was a mage from Kazillion Mountains before this. I was only forced to join them after they conquered my territory. I’m telling you the truth, so please let me live!”

Luol gave Jared a pleading look, and the latter replied, “I can spare your life, but you’ll have to swallow this heart-eating pill. If you’re lying to me, you’ll die from your heart eaten by countless ants.

With that, Jared handed a shiny black pill over to Luol.

“All right, all right. I’ll take it. I’m definitely not lying to you.”

Once Luol popped the pill into his mouth without any hesitation, Jared released his grip. Thereafter, he dispelled Spatial Restriction with a wave of his hand.

“Now, take us to the ancient ruins,” Jared ordered.

Nodding in acknowledgment, Luol began to lead the way.

Meanwhile, outside the palace of the ancient ruins, Emiliano attempted to lead his men inside. However, they triggered an arcane array set up as a trap. With his men enveloped in poison gas, many of them were killed by its toxicity.

Fortunately for them, Emiliano had brought along a few expert mages who swiftly acted to neutralize the poison.

“What’s going on?” Emiliano asked with a frown.

Although he was aware that the ancient ruins of Narcissus Palace were covered with arcane array traps, he didn’t expect to be caught in one the moment he entered it.

If they couldn’t even get past the first trap, there was no way they would be able to reach their destination.

“Mr. Fairchild, we’re trying our best. It should be dispelled anytime now,” one of the elderly mages reported as he wiped the sweat off his brow.

Even so, Emiliano was enraged by their performance. “All of you are useless! Why can’t you break through it after such a long time?” he thundered.

“Mr. Fairchild, this arcane array is both ancient and unique. It takes time to break down something like this,” the elderly mage explained, his tone tinged with awkwardness.

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