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India had turned into a hellhole after Shiva took over. And to save the place from its misery, the Avatar Union was created. It consisted of Avatars who were good at managing things, and they were left in India to fix it from the ground up. Woojin returned to Korea and the other Avatars carried on hunting down the demons that they found through Argos.

Woojin went directly to the lab to look for Doctor Ahn.

“What did you bring?”

Woojin took out what he had brought back. Most of them were spiritual stones, with Basago’s stone being the largest. Doctor Ahn was surprised.

“What is that?”

“It is the stone of Basago when his original came down in his Avatar body.”

“The original Basago? So you’ve killed him?”


Doctor Ahn knew what this meant, and that no gods would ever make such a choice. Woojin then took out the last object.

“And this last one is special.”

It was a spiritual stone the size of a child’s head. Woojin didn’t think he could get it since it was Shiva’s stone and it contained his sacred power. Doctor Ahn looked at it and checked it with a machine.

“It is hard to believe, but this isn’t spiritual power. Is this… the power of a god?”


Doctor Ahn already heard that Shiva had brought down his original power, which led him to that conclusion.

“I will be able to find something entirely new.”

Woojin then grabbed Doctor Ahn’s scrawny arm.

“It’s good that you do research, but you should get some rest too.”

Doctor Ahn laughed.

“Don’t worry about me. Maybe I would’ve passed out before, but I’m an Avatar now.”

“Yes, and Brunhilde will beat me up if you pass out.”

“She’s not that violent.”

“She’ll do that for you.”

Doctor Ahn laughed.

“Haha, okay.”

Doctor Ahn then changed subjects.

“So, what’s the plan?”

“We’ll see if we can find Meterul and kill the other demons that are left.”

“What happens if the demons bring down themselves like Basago? Won’t it endanger those who went to kill them?”

“It’s not likely that they will do it. It’s better that they spend a few hundred years to create another Avatar body rather than endanger themselves.”

“Is that what the Avatars think?”


They had become Avatars, but they still couldn’t understand what the Avatars were really thinking.

“I am studying Meterul’s body, but nothing on Earth can harm it.”

“So there’s no other way but to kill him with brute force?”

“Yes. But I’m worried as he wouldn’t have waited without eating anything until now.”

Woojin had the same concern.

“How strong could he be now?”

He was terribly powerful in Japan, but quite some time had passed since. Doctor Ahn sighed.

“I hope we can defeat him. At least we have gained more divine objects, and other Avatars working with us.”

Woojin then looked at Shiva’s stone and mused.

“I think I need to get stronger if I’m to fight Meterul.”

Doctor Ahn stared at Woojin as he glanced at Shiva’s stone.

“Are you crazy?”

“It is the only way.”

“You said yourself that even Avatars can only last five minutes with their original god’s power within them.”


“And you want to wield that power on your own?”

Woojin knew how crazy it sounded, but he had to be prepared.

“I don’t want to use it, but I have to be ready.”

“I’m not even sure if it’s possible,” Doctor Ahn replied.

Woojin smiled bitterly.

“Yes, but there’s a chance it might work. And it might be the best chance I have.”

“Whew. Okay. Can you bring me Shiva’s body then? I will need to study it first.”

Woojin answered, “We only have pieces of it. Hold on.”

Woojin went through the boxes he had brought back and took out what remained of Shiva’s body. Most of it had turned to ashes but there were some pieces left.

“It sure is different.”

Doctor Ahn then turned to Woojin.

“I’ll look into it.”

“Thank you.”

“However, isn’t it better to ask the other Avatars to help rather than getting the power yourself?”

“If I don’t show them this much effort, they won’t help us.”

Even if he acquired godly power, Woojin alone wouldn’t be able to deal with Meterul anyway. Woojin then left and bumped into Brunhilde who was outside.

“You gave Doctor Ahn more work?”

“He’s the only one I’ve got. But once we get Meterul, I won’t ask him to do any more work.”

“Yeah, please. I should go on a vacation or something when we’re done.”

Woojin then took out Mjolnir and handed it over to her. It seemed like it was better for her to wield it as she would be more powerful with better weapons. Brunhilde shook her head.

“I’m not sure if I can use it.”

“It should be okay.”

Brunhilde sighed and took it.

“This will require a lot of spiritual power.”

“If you need to increase your spiritual power, Doctor Ahn can do it for you.”

Brunhilde glanced back at Doctor Ahn’s lab and shook her head.

“I don’t want to give him another burden.”

“Yeah. Well, that weapon will be enough for you to deal with demons anyway.”

Brunhilde then looked at Woojin and asked, “Are you saying that you won’t let me go on the Meterul hunt?”

“Only the best can participate in that fight. The weak ones will only give him more power.”

“How cold.”

“Let me use Mjolnir when I go fight him though. I’ll return it to you when I’m done.”

“Okay,” Brunhilde smiled.

Ryota was busily programming with six screens in front of him. To his side was the Monk of the Golden Wheel, checking on his sacred objects. When Woojin walked in, the monk greeted him.

“I never thought I would get my hands on such sacred objects.”

Those were objects that Woojin had gathered in India.

“Will those allow us to specify which demon we’re going after?”

“It will give us the total spiritual power contained within each one at least.”

“Can we find Meterul?”

The monk sighed.

“That won’t be easy. I checked what I got from Doctor Ahn but…”

He rubbed his face.

“He cannot be tracked with any possible method… I need help from others.”

“Who do you need?”

“Thoth, and Merlin from England.”

Woojin smiled.

“I will call them right away.”