“I might have gotten lost. I don’t know where I am at all.” (Hikaru)
I muttered this to the viewers in this big garden that was covered in dense mist.
After that, I defeated two zombie-like monsters.
Their movements are slow, and I managed to defeat them easily by using Shadow Bind, but I lost my way in this big garden that has similar structures all around.
Being called Straying Big Mist Garden is no joke. There’s no such thing as walls you can see from afar, or peculiar buildings. Even if I try to be really careful and check the position of the structures here, it would be hard to accurately tell the exact location you are in.
“I don’t have Points, so I can’t exchange them for a map of the surroundings. I am thinking about heading to the entrance somehow.” (Hikaru)
I mutter this, but I am actually calm internally.
That’s because I already knew beforehand from Rifreya that the 3rd Floor is a place that one can easily get lost in.
In other words, I aimed for this -to increase my viewers.
“If I can reach the outer wall, I could just trace the wall all the way till I find the stairs. For now, I will make finding this my objective. On this floor, even when I use Darkness Fog, the monsters notice me, so I can’t avoid battles. I have fallen into a pretty dangerous situation, but I will do my best.” (Hikaru)
Getting lost in the dungeon all alone when you don’t even know what monsters can be showing up is without doubt a suicidal act.
It is a situation that wouldn’t be by any means strange if I were to be dead after 30 minutes.
I understand this, but seeing the viewers increase drastically, I felt certain that this is the correct choice.
This is the price to obtain the life of Nanami, so of course the thing I should be betting with is my life.
The sky was maintaining faint light, and was the complete opposite of the 2nd Floor. Your normal explorer would understand that this floor is an easier place to fight in.
While I was walking to the stairs, I heard a voice somewhere.
The next instant, a powerful impact came from my side.
“Ugh?! W-What…?!” (Hikaru)
I fortunately managed to guard it with my gauntlet, so I avoided a direct hit, but I rolled and bounced on the ground, and my clothes and skin were mercilessly scraping against the stone pavement.
A strong pain ran through my left arm. A bone might have broken there.
When I raised my head, what was there was a tree.
No, it is a tree monster.
Looks like I didn’t notice its camouflage and approached it to the point that I was right by its side.
Its branches rustled as it moved, and from how slowly it advanced, I honestly don’t think it is that strong, but it has size and hits hard.
And the reality is that I suffered quite the damage with one single attack.
“…I didn’t expect there to be a tree monster like that. I have almost no
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