The Dungeon Maker – Chapter 068

<Dungeon Offense #4>


The shape of Foras’s dungeon entrance and the House of Mammon’s dungeon entrance was different.

For the House of Mammon, a large door was attached at the bottom of the hill, but for the House of Mammon, a castle gate was attached.

A fortress was created by piling stones and the dungeon itself must’ve been located underground because from the outside, the castle gate was the only thing standing tall.


The dungeon entrance was completely sealed. Jungceros’s war carriage was still next to the door, so there was a high chance that Jungceros was trapped.

Gokan, who was leading the way, spoke.


“There’s a secret passageway that we used to escape. This way.”


After placing the war carriages near the gate, Yong-Ho followed Gokan. There was a forest not too far from the gate and a well with a cover was hidden between the grass.


While Gokan and the Orcs were removing the cover, Rikum looked at Yong-Ho.


“Like we’ve mentioned before, we’re able to move to different parts of the dungeon through these secret passageways. The problem is that we don’t know where Jungceros is right now…is there an area you’ve thought of before coming here?”


Ophelia also looked curious. She had expectations, but it looked like she was also testing him. Yong-Ho looked at both of them and spoke.


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The Dungeon Maker – Chapter 067

<Dungeon Offense #3>


The conversation was moving at a fast pace.

Catalina kept on licking her lips and in the end, looked at Yong-Ho while biting her lips.


Catalina was able to understand the context of the conversation. If everything that the Orc said was true, then Yong-Ho had to make a move. The information was that valuable.


But if what they said wasn’t true.

If this was a well thought out trap.


Catalina didn’t know the successor of the House of Foras. Were they that stupid that they would let a tiger come into their house just so they can bring their enemy down? Was Jungceros really that sneaky and evil that they would kill someone that surrendered without any hesitation?


Catalina couldn’t find the answer. Despite of that, Catalina remained quiet because she trusted Yong-Ho.

Yong-Ho probably thought about the same things.

In that case, how was he going to determine whether what they said was true?


Catalina’s expectations weren’t wrong. Yong-Ho soon found a solution.



“Yes, sir.”


Ophelia immediately answered when Yong-Ho called her. Even though Yong-Ho gives his orders, Ophelia looked like she knew what she had to do. Read More

The Skill Maker – Chapter 113

<Power Expansion Preparations #1>


What would happen if the Puppeteer controlled them?

Then they would become the enemy.

“You guys are no help, so stay behind!”

The members became really annoyed because the members of Team Xeon only got in the way.

A member angrily asked why they had to babysit when it was hard enough going up against a monster they’ve seen for the first time.

Marcus was the one that said it.

His pride was just as high as the level of his skill.

He was one of the members that didn’t really like the collaboration.

He did acknowledge the need for it, so he followed Kim Yoo-Na, but once he realized how unhelpful they were, he released his anger.

‘Weakness…where’s the weakness…’

Hyun-Soo quickly moved his eyes to find the Puppeteer’s weakness.

But he couldn’t find the white dot anywhere.

‘Damn it, I need to make the monster move somehow…’

The Puppeteer stayed in one place as if it was glued to that spot.

‘What to do?’

Hyun-Soo quickly tried to think of something.

The more time passes, the more they’re at a disadvantage.

On top of that, they had to babysit.

And then.

Kim Yoo-Na gave her orders.

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The Skill Maker – Chapter 112

<Riri’s Skill #3>


They were also envious of Hyun-Soo because Riri would sit on Hyun-Soo’s shoulder.

Hyun-Soo felt proud.

However, all of them didn’t feel the same way.

‘……Is it just me?’

Leon, the leader of Team Xeon, gave off a different vibe.

Hyun-Soo wasn’t sure if he felt that way because his first impression of them wasn’t great or if it was because Leon really was looking at him with disgust.

But when he first awakened as a hunter, he met a lot of people with horrible personalities, so this was nothing to him.


Some of the members from Xeon looked like they wanted to ask questions.


Before Hyun-Soo could answer, the members kept their mouths shut due to the glares they were receiving from others.

Team Xeon must have a strict system because when Leon started walking without saying anything, the members quietly followed behind him.

Team Xeon was following behind, but most of the members wasn’t feeling great about this.

‘Can’t believe we’re asking for their help…’

It wasn’t even teamwork. They were basically carrying Team Xeon.

Both sides knew that that was the truth.

Team Xeon knew that they weren’t skilled enough to hunt a colorful portal.

Because the guilds that were stronger than them failed at clearing the portal.

They probably never thought about going in by themselves and clearing it.

Coaching? Giving advice?

That only helps when you’re slightly lacking, but it’s useless when you have nothing to start with.


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The Skill Maker – Chapter 111

<Riri’s Skill #2>


The leader was one of the few skilled hunter in the guild.

‘Isn’t it the guild leader’s job to help the members increase their experience?’.

It can be pretty dangerous if the guild only focuses on a few of the members.

What if something happens to that hunter during the hunt?

If a majority of the hunters were just supporting, can that really be considered as hunting?

Guild leaders should be like Kim Yoo-Na and consider each of the members’ skills important.

And that’s what the leader of Team Xeon lacked.

Hyun-Soo considered that to be the reason why he didn’t like their leader so much.

“He’s here again…tsk, tsk. He just doesn’t know when to quit.”

“He should choose his opponent carefully. Yoo-Na isn’t even talking to him, but he’s acting all friendly.”

“What’s with that attitude? They’re the ones getting our help, but they’re acting as if we’re hunting together.”

The big hunters gathered together and quietly complained.

It was like seeing those middle-aged women in the markets.

‘I didn’t think I would experience the traditional Korean market atmosphere in the US…’  

Katrina, who didn’t know anything about the conversation they were having, intercepted.

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