Chapter 100 – Facing them Alone (4)

Sungchul’s presence had a different weight compared to the appearance of Kha’nes the Half-Dragon. The flow of battle instantly changed. The haughty devils that had been preparing for victory instantly reeled back in fear at the appearance of their bane, and the devil army that had been ready to snuff out the Dwarf-Elf allied forces immediately ceased their assault and turned back toward the unexpected appearance of this era’s superhuman. Prontorowa, ranked eighth in the Demon Realm, was not pleased with this situation.

“Why are you so scared? Your opponent is a mere human. Do you think it’s right for the proud demon race to be terrorized by a mere human?”

The Devil that had lived over ten thousand years had yet to see Sungchul personally, and this was why he was able to maintain a cool disposition compared to the other devils. Prontorowa gestured with his emaciated hand and relentlessly gave out orders.

“Send out the Demon Beast unit!”

Massive monsters appeared amongst the devils. A group of mutated Tam Tams stood at the vanguard. These monsters, which were a demonized version of the giant monkey Tam Tam, revealed their bloody teeth and roared.


The low-rank devil soldiers cut the metallic chains that restrained the mutant Tam Tam. The monster first tore apart the tamer that had abused it then drank his blood before heading toward Sungchul’s direction.


Followed by a quaking force, the mutant Tam Tam that had landed gathered his hands to strike toward the tiny human standing tall below him. The moment its fists reached Sungchul, Fal Garaz moved with blinding speed. The Tam Tam’s skull reacted to the swing of the hammer before its eyes could.


The massive monkey fell backwards with a shattered skull. Sungchul grabbed the leg of the gigantic mutant Tam Tam that was several dozen times larger than himself and threw it toward the devils watching the spectacle. The mutant Tam Tam corpse that carried the momentum of his divine strength flew at a low angle before bouncing off the ground and rolling through the demon army.

‘Boom! Boom! Boom!’

The corpse only managed to stop after flattening countless devils along the way.

“J-just what is that?”

“Is he human? Is that THING still human?”

The fighting spirit of the devils who had only heard rumors of the Destroyer took a huge blow.

“Push on with numbers! That bastard is a human, so he’ll just get tired like that dragon a while ago!”

Prontorowa flinched at Sungchul’s display of might, but he still wasn’t completely intimidated. He ordered the entire army to move toward Sungchul. The main force that had been attacking the Dwarf-Elf allied force now descended the mountain range and stood in formation before Sungchul. Winged devils of all different kinds gathered below the hovering Omen of Calamity, like a thick black storm cloud covering the sky.

“The Devil King has spoken. The one that kills the Destroyer will be given 2nd rank within the Demon Realm and power to befit that rank! Anyone willing, go take the Destroyer’s life and glory shall follow!”

Prontorowa ordered his entire military might toward Sungchul. Excessive rewards managed to abate the terror to a certain degree, and the memory of that dragon that fled in exhaustion after its rampage was still fresh on their minds. As Sungchul was still human, they believed that he too must have a limit and eventually reach a point of exhaustion. Not to mention that their forces had a hundred thousand devils. According to Prontorowa’s calculations, he would be able to put an end to Sungchul’s legend at the sacrifice of just ten thousand devils.


The Devil’s horn flute indicating the advance rang out bleakly throughout the entirety of Harupaya Ridge. The Devil forces that surrounded Sungchul had begun their assault.

At the front of the charge were the Fallen Trolls who were smaller than Demonic Beasts, but still considerably large. The giants swung clubs as large as a fully grown adult human as they attacked Sungchul. The earth trembled when these massive creatures moved together in a group.

“Hiiii…Why was I chosen by a person like this.”

Bertelgia was letting out shrieks of terror from Sungchul’s pocket. On the other hand, Sungchul looked at the approaching trolls with a calm gaze. He raised his foot slightly when they came close.


Divine strength was instilled into his feet, and the slightly raised foot struck the ground once.


A force on a different level than one caused by the drumming of the troll’s feet struck the earth. The ground did not only tremble but shook violently.

The trolls began to lose their footing in the intense tremor that resembled an earthquake. A dark light pierced through the formation of the trolls like lightning.

‘Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom!’

One blow for one troll. Fal Garaz’s brutal blow popped each of the trolls’ heads. Twenty Trolls fell to the ground in a matter of moments, but Sungchul was still not satisfied. He entered the military base of the devils who had been holding their breath and watching the battle behind the trolls. He ceaselessly moved Fal Garaz in order to blow away all the nuisance in his way.


Dozens of devils flew away at each strike of the hammer, and that sort of hammering continued at several times per second. The immediate area around Sungchul turned into a no man’s land within 10 seconds. All that remained were splatters of blood and flesh, but not a single drop was on Sungchul’s clothes nor was his breath ragged. He continued looking indifferent as he looked down toward the devils and fixed his grip on his hammer.


“That… is not human.”

It was then when the devils realized it. They could not overcome the human standing before their eyes nor should they try to overcome him. It was not a matter of numbers, but their realization had come much too late.

Sungchul now entered the ranks of the Order of the Iron Blood Knights. He began another round of one-sided slaughter. The mobile fortress that the Order had been so proud of instantly lost half of its leg and sat in a twisted form onto the ground.

Sungchul, after silencing the Order of the Iron Blood Knights, immediately aimed for the Balroq or Baal or other such high rank Devils hiding amongst the low rank ones. He didn’t stop at simply killing those devils. He grabbed the horns of Balroqs to pry off their heads and grated the faces of Baals onto the rocky surface of the ground to kill them.

Everywhere Sungchul went, blood was spilled and mountains of corpses were formed. Not even 5 minutes passed before around ten thousand devils were slaughtered.

“W-what the fuck! Just what is that?”

When Prontorowa the high rank devil heard the news that Hesthnius Max had thrown away his physical form to escape from Sungchul, he had mocked the Demon King, calling him a coward who lacked the fundamentals of a demon. But little by little he was forced to see differently, until now when Sungchul headed straight for him and completely changed his opinion.

“Are you the head of these devils?”

The human, without a drop of blood on him or breath out of place, stood tall before Prontorowa. When that human looked at him indifferently without any emotion in his eyes, Prontorowa felt a strong compulsion to bend his knee and beg for his life, but his pride as a High Devil stopped him. Instead, he managed to muster up some dignity as he opened his mouth.

“T-That’s right, you lowly human!”

Sungchul’s response to the devil was Fal Garaz. As the hammer rose, Prontorowa tried to call out every magic known to him, but the hammer moved faster than his lips. Fal Garaz’s head met Prontorowa’s mouth. His jaw bone flew out of his skull, and his tongue that had been bent like a snake was pulled out in its entirety after being caught by the hammer.


The leader of a hundred thousand devils met his end without being able to put up any resistance. Sungchul scraped off the disgusting offal from his hammer and looked toward the devils before putting up a serious question.

“… Who’s next.”

None of the devils dared to meet him. Hundred thousand… no, now a number much lower than that fell back in retreat leaving behind a single man on an empty battlefield.

“Sungchul, that bastard. How did he get that strong? The bastard’s strength is on a different level than the Sungchul we knew.”

Executor Aquiroa spat out profanities as she looked away from the scrying orb.

“…Definitely powerful. Even Kha’nes who is known as the most powerful recluse would be no match for him.”

Shamal was of a similar opinion. Currently, no one could stop Sungchul. This gathering of powerful people in an undisclosed location was now coming to a consensus.

“There is now a need to utilize every method known to us to stop that beast.”

There was a sense of urgency in Aquiroa’s voice. If that monster managed to reach the Devil King, his life would forfeit and according to the Scroll of Calamity, the Seven Heroes would awaken at the death of the Devil King. Not one, but seven individuals whose strength were known to be equal to or exceeding the Devil King would awaken. The chaos wrought at their hands would be unprecedented. At the very least, that had to be stopped.

Aquiroa and the others each held their own thoughts as they returned to their territories. The only ones now remaining were Shamal Rajput and his subordinates. Shamal looked at the young man assimilated into the shadows with vacant eyes as he spoke.

“…How is it, Kaz Almeira? Can you do it?”

Kaz shook his head at Shamal’s question.

“That is not an opponent I can beat. I feel that it is rather a blessing to have survived an attack of such an existence and lived.”

Kaz who had been burning with vengeance could feel its flames simmer as he witnessed Sungchul’s divine might.

Shamal turned his head toward Sujin.

“How about you?”

She couldn’t reply to his question for a brief moment. It was because it was difficult for her to accept the identity of the Enemy of the World.

‘If that man was the Enemy of the World, just what have I done? Why did I not recognize that the man was the Enemy of the World? If it was going to be this way, why did I even bother coming back in time?’

Shame had enveloped her heart in darkness. She only managed to regain her senses after Shamal called out her name a second time.

“Ahmuge. I asked your thoughts.”

Suijn finally realized that Shamal was calling out to her, and spoke out in surprise.

“I can’t handle him yet.”

Sujin replied as such, but she was different than Kaz. She looked directly at Shamal as she spoke in an unperturbed manner.

“However, when the opportunity arises and if I manage to get the strength to pierce his heart, I will be able to put an end to the Calamity that he will bring.”

A faint smile rose and left Shamal’s lips. He could still remember it clearly. The moment when he had met the woman called Ahmuge. It was at the the Castle of the Assassin’s Guild, also known as the ‘Forbidden Palace’. An intruder had managed sneak into the sect leader’s sleeping quarters located at the center of the castle without being detected.

The woman boldly held a cheap dagger aimed at Shamal Rajput known as the King of all Assassins. Shamal realized Ahmuge’s existence only when the end of her cold blade had touched his neck. This accomplishment wasn’t brought about by strength nor ability, but rather a privilege that could only be earned by those with the unseen blessings, divine blessings, or similar soul contracts. Shamal could see Ahmuge’s usefulness as an assassin in a single glance and lent his ear to her story.

Her future had been different compared to those that crossed through the threshold of time for their own personal benefit. There were some amusing and shocking details within. The particular detail about Sungchul, his old comrade, being the one to bring the end of the world was enough to draw the cold blooded Shamal’s interest.

“I came from the future to kill him. The Enemy of the World. Killing that man is the life mission which I cannot be dissuaded from and also the sole reason I have come to live in this foreign world.”

Ahmuge or Sujin Lee bowed as she spoke with resolve. Shamal nodded and looked toward the north with vacant eyes.

“When the time comes, an opportunity will arrive. However, the time is not now. But do not fret. Your heart’s desire will come to pass soon.”

Shamal disappeared in a puff of smoke after those words.

At the same hour, Sungchul was now situated in the middle of Harupaya Ridge in between two hostile factions. In front of him was the brazen devil army that was still occupying the wilderness, but they didn’t dare to attack Sungchul. The problem was the factions situated behind him.

“Enemy of the World! Return Fal Garaz! Only then will we spare your life!”

They were the survivors of the dwarf, elf, and human allied forces that had been fighting alongside him just a moment ago. They spat out every threat and insult they could muster first, then followed up with arrows and catapults.

Sungchul looked at his former comrades attacking him with disinterest. A single arrow split his hair and stuck onto the ground.


He knew that it would end this way, and that was why he was hesitant. Hesitant to help his fellow fighters that were fighting with him under the same banner.

“This is too much. Really. Why are they acting like this? Even after you saved them?”

Bertelgia asked, her angry voice filled with frustration.

“Why are they doing this to you?”

It was then that a massive artillery shot, fired from the dwarven camp, flew past Sungchul and caused a large explosion. When the explosion subsided, Sungchul was visible again without so much as a scratch on his clothing.

Sungchul raised Fal Garaz high into the air and struck the ground. Powerful quakes shook the earth, and the artillery placed on the unsteady ground fell over causing a massive explosion.

The dwarf-elf allied forces were scared stiff by his actions and retreated.

Sungchul who had managed to shut them up looked toward the devil army still stationed within the wilderness as he stood his ground at the peak of Harupaya Ridge. The wind blowing down from the mountain rustled his clothing and hair gently as it blew past.

Once silence fell over the battlefield, Sungchul looked down toward it and spoke in a firm voice.

“This is my fate.”

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38 thoughts on “Chapter 100 – Facing them Alone (4)”

    1. Why do you think you can define them by the common sense of humans? Sungchul did some things towards them, and only his death (maybe?) can resolve it. Fal Garaz could have been their GOD!

      1. I think it said somewhere that the d warven gods forged Fal Garaz, so to the dwarves, Sungchul stole a divine relic given to them by their god.

        1. The same reason that they didn’t run away from the devil army, when they knew victory was impossible. Sometimes when you want to protect or hate something/someone you do stupid/brave things.

          Against the devil army it was the former and against Sungchul the later. Then again it might have been an orthodox way to get his attention so he could return what he stole.

          By the way I can’t believe that there doesn’t exist a magical weapon or sword technique that could harm the devil king. Although learning magic is good for MC, but he would rather use shortcut and learning magic takes a long time. If he could have brought a strong enough mage against Devil King he would have.

          1. In a previous chapter he says that he is confident in destroying a army, but not while protecting somone. He cant bring a lot of mages because 99,99% of them hate him. He also says that magic weapons are just cheap tricks and would not be able to hurt the demon king(Fellgraz is made by a god and can’t hurt him, how could another weapon be able?)
            Also, I like that that the author made a rule of the world(No physical atack or magic weapon is able to dissipate the Demon king spirit, only a truly powerful spell can) and sticked with it, instead of just doing what most do, where the mc just finds something that breaks that rule, instead of working hard to beat it the right way

    1. I don’t think he’s realized it yet. From what has been hinted, he’s doing all those for a promise. Only something new to do with the person whom he made the promise to could turn him into a Calamity.

        1. I think the MC realized that the promise he have made is worthless after experiencing something in the future. Maybe the book died after fulfilling its mission (giving stat) 🙁

          1. I actually thought that was the case with Beltergia. But I hope that’s not the case. I enjoy her company. Not that annoying but more like a gag side character.

  1. Wow, now I wish there is someone, not in those pathetic groups of human shits including Sujin, to be on par with Sungchul and tries to kill him… epic cool fights ensued!!!

    Also, I cannot explain it, but I dislike Sujin, for whatever her reasons to kill Sungchul, and Kaz for living so long, yes he serves to make Sungchul look like a god but still he should have just died with the rest of his crap family.

    Also, hating Sophia for being a bitch for praying that Sungchul dies… I am quite hateful now all thanks to the dwarves.

    1. You really do sound hateful. I also don’t hate Sophia for praying for his death. She was sure he would kill her brother for taking that book. He was a hateful bastard, but he was still her brother and life savior after all.

    2. I agree with your comment about Sujin. Kinda annoying dumb f**k for a regressor to be that clueless about the nature of time travel, not identifying who the true evils in this world are, and that events can quickly change beyond their knowledge/expectations (that’s like Time Travel 101 right?). Even kids understand that these days.

      I get that Sujin may not have predicted the betrayal of the Order of the Iron Blood Knights (since what tipped the betrayal was MC killing the leader’s son). But to not know that REGARDLESS of what MC’s role is in future calamities, you need to first defeat

      That’s like assuming you can stop WW1 if you just go back in time to 1914 and stop the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. How clueless would you have to be of world events and history to assume that 1 man (and not the entire state of the world) is at fault?

      It’s as frustrating as watching Biff handling the Delorean (Back to the Future) instead of Doc Brown.
      Even MC knows this and hence his distrust for regressors.

      On the other hand, it seems like the author REALLY hates NEPOTISM (maybe some personal trauma?), and that the situations that occur due to it are starting to get COMPLETELY NONSENSICAL.

      We’re supposed to believe your top commander would put all of humanity (and your own life) at stake by placing weak elements in defense, and your bastard son at a pivotal position? People who climb that far up the power ladder don’t make absurd decisions like these. Yes, nepotism has been attributed to the downfall of many civilizations, but it’s ALWAYS a slow gradual descent.

      1. Typo in 2nd paragraph, meant to say “you need to first defeat the enemy in front of you is common sense”.

        There’s a gathering of the most powerful people here (primarily to stop the MC), but NO ONE DID JACK SHIT when the ranks against the demon forces were broken. How does that make any sense??
        Everyone in that group is a supporter of continuing the stalemate with the demons. They are about to lose against the demons! That’s the first thing you need to take care of before you worry next about the MC.

  2. Judging by the flow of this novel, we already got at least a 99.99% chance that there won’t be any mercy for Sugin and she will die. But let’s just see what she still got on her sleeve.
    Only keep using Physical Attack from Fal Garaz currently, but I guess he will use Magic Attack to kill the Demon King, right?
    And Man, this chapter alone is so Awesome!!!
    Thanks for the chapter.

  3. which were demonized version of the giant monkey > which were a demonized version of the giant monkey

    the mutant Tam Tam had landed gathered his hands > the mutant Tam Tam that had landed gathered his hands

    Not to mention that their forces had hundred thousand devils > Not to mention that their forces had a hundred thousand devils

    Sungchul who had managed to silenced one of the sides > Sungchul who had managed to silence one of the sides

  4. from the way the author has displayed the people of the other world they really don’t deserve saving. so i am rooting for him to succeed as the calamity

  5. The one thing I really like about this novel is how it is almost impossible to keep track of where people are. Like how none of the numerous powerful factions seeking to kill the fucking Enemy Of The World have even the foggiest idea where he might be and have to rely on vague prophesies just to guess at where he is. Same goes for the demon king and all the other characters that the MC wants to kill – it’s not that he’s not strong enough, but that nobody can find anybody in this novel.

    That’s something I really like about this novel. In a lot of other webnovels you have villains who are literally just sitting on top a mountain for the MC to just walk up and kill and you have stupid ass magical treasures that can find anyone in the world. I really hope something like that doesn’t turn up in this novel because it would really spoil the fun of watching Sungchul running around trying to find his enemies.

    1. They knew he was last roaming in the demon territory, though he left in chapter 1. And the mc knows where the demon king is. There is only the one person living on some flying fortress he can’t find, the one who first suggested they don’t kill the demon lord. As for the seven heros, they will appear after mc kills the demon lord.

  6. First time reading this. Something makes me think Sujin and that other female (didn’t bother remembering her name…the one who stopped the assault on the first calamity) are either the cause of the third calamity (either knowingly or by accident). Making the world protect the very thing that would destroy it (as idiot #1 suggested) is a straight path to hell, whether they die to Sungchul or the demon king after the only one who would willingly kill him is gone.

  7. I get the dwarves hate him for stealing their weapon but if there is anyone in this world worthy enough to wield it would be him. Also, after every human abandon the elves and dwarves you would think they would be grateful that they were saved. Honestly I get their anger but at the same time I feel the dwarves and elves care more about defeating the calamities then the humans do and so I feel they should get pass their differences and support the one person who could save their world.

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