<It Works #2>
If he’s talking about the large arrow-shaped fire that suddenly fattened up, then he saw it.
He also saw the fire’s small movement when it was trying to change its form.
However, to say that it changed into a different form was an exaggeration.
But he said the form changed a bit.
“But I have a good feeling. There have been new changes within the clan, so I should follow that change and improve my skill.”
“How are you trying to improve it?”
Hyun-Soo didn’t have any idea as to how he was trying to cut through the wind with the fire arrow.
When Hyun-Soo asked, David raised a finger.
“I have two skills and one of them is the Flame Arrow, which you just saw, and the other is a wind element skill.”
When he said that his other skill was a wind element skill, he raised another finger on his other hand.
“I think Robin Hood influenced the Flame Arrow a lot because I liked Robin Hood a lot when I was younger. Don’t you think it looks pretty good?”
“What’s with that reaction? Anyways, I have two different powers that are polar opposites of each other. Isn’t that amazing? This kind of case is…extremely rare.”
David spoke as if he was bragging about himself.
“But the problem is that I have to use them separately. Well, having an A rank Flame Arrow is more than enough, but then a thought popped into my head.”
“What kind of thought?”
When Hyun-Soo asked, David started shaking the two fingers that he raised.
“A thought that maybe…if I were to mix these two skills together, then it might be even more powerful.”
“Mixing the two skills?”
“Yeah, when fire and wind meet, it becomes stronger. Think about a large fire tornado being shot down. Don’t you think it’ll be a lot stronger than the Fire Arrow? I even thought of a name. Flame Storm! Isn’t it cool?”
“All I have to do is blend these two skills together. It’s definitely possible theoretically.”
David locked the two fingers that he was shaking.
Like he mentioned, theoretically, it was possible.
But the problem was that a theory was just a theory.
“But it’s not easy. Despite of doing an imaginary training in my head, it’s not going the way I want it to.”
And that’s why he used the fan to create the wind and practiced by mixing the fire into the wind.
“I keep struggling because I’ve been using my strength by using a different method.”
David released a sigh after saying that he shouldn’t have watched Robin Hood.
There was another question that Hyun-Soo wanted to ask.
The purple light that emitted out of his body.
He remembered briefly seeing it before.
Back then, the color was much lighter and because it disappeared right away, he assumed it was his imagination…
“David, can you create a Flame Arrow right now?”
“Why? Did you think of something that can help me?”
“No, it’s not that…” Read More