I’m not a Regressor 161
I’m not a Regressor chapter 161
Constellation of Cygnus (2)
“Long time no see, Vega! How are you?”
A boy in colorful clothes that looks bizarre.
Deneb waved at Vega with a bright smile.
Behind Deneb, who was waving his hand cheerfully, a young man followed him like a shadow.
A young man with the same dark blue hair as Deneb.
A sword was filled at the waist of the young man with his hair up to his waist tied with horsehair.
The young man was a man Oh Jin knew well.
One of the 12 Apostles of Deneb and a member of the Seven Stars.
Allen Orca, The Worthless Castle.
As an awakened from England, he is said to possess phenomenal swordsmanship to the extent that he is better known by the name of ‘Swordseong’ rather than the title of ‘Swordsman’.
[What’s going on here?]
Vega narrowed her eyes and looked at Deneb.
Deneb approached her with a pleasant smile.
“What happened! I came here because I was curious about how old friends are doing!”
[My friend… I have no memory of building a relationship with you enough to call you close friends.]
“haha! is it? After all, Vega, you haven’t even talked about anything except Spica since a long time ago.”
Deneb shrugged skillfully.
Soon his gaze turned to Oh Jin.
“Hey, are you that famous brainstorm? The first apostle of Jiknyeoseong, who treated us great.”
Whistling, he looked at Ojin lying on Vega’s thigh.
“It’s great to see the two of you getting along. It’s like seeing a mother and her child?”
“… … .”
Oh Jin swallowed his saliva and got up.
I mean, when you’re getting a knee pillow from Vega, you suddenly come to see me.
I haven’t committed any crimes, but I’m just bloated.
[I should have asked what you came here for.]
Vega asked again in a cold voice.
Deneb replied with a humorous laugh.
“Hey, don’t be so cold. Because Pekah has only come to see what kind of Awakened person you made your first apostle.”
[Then the verification is over, so we can just go.]
Vega gave a congratulatory address with a cold attitude.
“Isn’t it okay if I stay a little longer? I’m not trying to do anything harmless.”
Deneb shamelessly shrugged despite Vega’s blessing.
Vega’s eyebrows furrowed softly.
“Ugh. Did I mention that it’s been about a year since you became an apostle of Jiknyeoseong?”
Deneb crossed his arms and looked at Oh Jin with an interesting expression.
He smirked as he looked closely at the misinformation.
“It’s been a year and I’ve grown rapidly. Well, of course… .”
A sharp smirk built on the lips.
“It’s nothing compared to my kids, though.”
He wrapped his arms around Allen’s waist as if proudly standing next to him.
It wasn’t an unfounded, pretentious ridicule.
The 12 Apostles of Deneb.
Because they were the most outstanding awakeners in the world in terms of influence alone.
‘First of all, three of the Seven Stars are the apostles of Deneb, the biggest.’
The seven strongest Awoken in the world.
As many as three of them were Awoken with the stigma of Cygnus, the stigma of Deneb.
Considering that the other four people carry the stigma of different constellations.
Obviously, their existence had such an influence that it was called out of specification.
‘Did the other nine apostles say that they had at least 7 stars?’
Even they were awakened people with the stigma of the ‘North Pole’ like a misdiagnosis rather than an ordinary constellation.
Just thinking about the stigma of the Lyra constellation, it is not difficult to know how powerful the stigma of the North Star is.
[Oh. Do you mean to say that your child is better than your child right now?]
“I don’t mean to say that, but it’s true that it’s actually better, isn’t it?”
Vega and Deneb’s eyes crossed.
The whole huge temple shook as if an earthquake had occurred just by exhaling a little energy.
A nerve war between the North Star and the North Star.
Oh-jin’s face was distorted by the huge energy emitted by the two transcendents.
It was an overwhelming energy that made it difficult to even breathe properly.
When you feel the pressure on your body like that.
A voice as cold as a blizzard in winter.
As her dark blue hair swayed smoothly, Allen took a step forward.
The energy of the transcendents weighing down the surroundings calmly, as if nothing was wrong.
He gently placed a hand on Deneb’s shoulder.
“Ugh. Well, if our Allen said so.”
Deneb smiled softly and nodded.
The energy that had been pressing on the main wall disappeared like snow.
“I am sorry for the disrespect. Goddess of Lyra.”
Allen bowed his head in a fluid motion as if he had measured it with a ruler.
Dark blue hair, which had grown to his waist, ran down his body, obscuring his handsome appearance comparable to Lee Woo-hyuk.
[I wish I knew.]
He gently lifted his head and gave her a frost-cold gaze.
“I want you to know that the goddess’ attitude toward Deneb was enough to be called disrespect.”
A method of acknowledging one’s fault while pointing out the other’s fault like a sword.
In harmony with his voice, where the highs and lows of emotion are not felt, he made him feel more like a machine.
“well. Do you not understand the meaning of the word disrespect?”
[Is it my child?]
Oh Jin took a step forward.
I was giving Vega a point right in front of me, but I couldn’t stand still.
“What do you mean?”
“This is the temple of Vega. If we met outside, it wouldn’t matter, isn’t it the right of the owner to give congratulatory orders to unwanted guests?”
Deneb chuckled and stuck out his tongue.
“Is this the temple of Pega?”
He turned around and spoke.
“Well… How long is it going to be a temple of Vega?”
“… What does it mean?”
How long can it be the temple of Vega?
Isn’t the charter contract over and the owner of the temple could be changed?
I looked back at Vega with suspicious eyes.
[…] … .]
Vega was staring at Zigsi Deneb with her mouth firmly shut.
“Vega, you know that, right? right?”
[…] Your mouth is still frivolous.]
Was it a real charter?
“Vega. What happened?”
“Is Pega being restricted by the law this time?”
Deneb hummed and continued to speak as if he was happy.
“The constellation constrained by the law will lose its ‘godliness’. Especially if there is only one Apostle, so the means to protect the ‘Godhead’ is the constellation.”
The corners of your lips that rise.
Ojin’s eyes frowned.
He was well aware of the meaning of ‘the Godhead’ among the constellations.
‘The constellations are not all of the same class.’
The three constellations with the highest deity are the North Star.
There were constellations of the 12 zodiac signs under it, and there were constellations one level lower below that.
Even in the sanctuary, the height at which the temple is located is not different depending on the ‘divineity’ of the constellation.
A constellation with a temple in a lower place had a lower deity, and a constellation with a temple in a higher place had that much higher deity.
‘How the constellations can elevate their deity.’
To increase the power and influence of human beings who can accept their own stigmas by giving them stigmas.
It is analogous to an orchard.
A good place to grow trees, that is, humans, is selected and the ‘seed’ called stigma is planted.
The seed will grow and become a tree, and accordingly the divinity of the constellation will rise.
There is only one tree in the orchard in Vega right now.
It is said to be growing rapidly, but in that number, it was forced to be horribly pushed back by the other constellations.
“Now, the North Star and the 12 zodiac hierarchies are all just hierarchies that were set before the Awakened, right?”
Deneb smiled roundly and spoke lightly.
“The times have changed, so it’s time to change the old-fashioned hierarchy.”
[…] What do you want to say?]
“Vega. Now, why don’t you slowly descend from the ‘North Pole Star’? haha! 13 zodiac signs! That’s great!”
Deneb, who claps and smiles, and Vega, who stares at him coldly.
‘What a bullshit.’
Oh-jin’s expression contorted.
Are you going to demolish Vega from the North Star and put him in the 12 zodiac signs?
[There is still a god enough to maintain the hierarchy of the North Star, so stop talking nonsense.]
“okay? As far as I know, I know it’s close.”
Deneb smiles mischievously.
“Then let’s do this, Vega. How about making a bet with me?”
“Yes. If I win the bet, I’ll give you a portion of my Godhead so that I can stop the hierarchy from falling.”
[…] … .]
Vega closed her mouth firmly and opened her eyes narrowly.
[What bet are you talking about?]
“There is only one bet on the constellations, right?”
He giggled and moved his gaze to Oh Jin.
“The apostles who gave them the stigma are going to fight each other.”
[It is impossible.]
Vega shook her head as if she had no reason to think.
It is true that Ojin has achieved a startlingly rapid growth, but it was still not enough to deal with the 12 Apostles of Deneb.
“Hey, of course I don’t want to hang out with Allen either. It’s something we’re trying to put together with our youngest members.”
Although he was called ‘the youngest’, the story is different when it comes to the 12 Apostles of Deneb.
Because the Awakened with the lowest surname among the 12 Apostles of Deneb was also an Awakened who reached the same 7 Stars as Ojin.
“Or are you afraid? The one and only apostle of our great Weaver Seong-seong is horribly broken by my children.”
[Shut your mouth!]
Drying Vega who was about to explode her energy again, Oh Jin stepped forward.
“Can you elaborate on that bet?”
[I, my child!]
“Hey, unlike the cowardly goddess, you seem to be interested.”
Deneb continued to speak with a sarcastic smirk.
“Well, the rules are simple. It’s a one-on-one match and if I beat three of my kids, I win.”
[You’re stupid Deneb!]
“It’s not stupid. Vega, the reason you couldn’t make many apostles is because you couldn’t find a human who could accept the Lyra stigma, right?”
Deneb shrugged his shoulders with a smirk.
“The ability of an apostle is important, but numbers are also an important factor in making up the ‘divine character’, so it cannot be finished with just one one-on-one confrontation. To be honest, you made a lot of concessions to just beating three people, didn’t you?”
It wasn’t wrong.
Just because the enemy has ten times as many troops in war doesn’t mean it’s stupid.
‘If you win the game, you will hand over a portion of the divine Gods to Vega, D.’
Oh-jin’s gaze turned to Vega.
She said that it was still enough to maintain the North Star hierarchy, but it was clear that she was not in a relaxed state as she could not properly refute Deneb’s words.
In the first place, the reason why her divine status has decreased is because she used her power in the last fight with Cheon Do-yoon.
‘I mean, to some extent, I’m responsible.’
It must be his role to return the lost Vega’s divinity.
Oh Jin’s eyes narrowed.
His gaze turned to the jewels hanging from Deneb’s body.
Diana, like a sapphire, was not a luxury that had no value other than that glittering.
All of them are of the highest quality.
‘There is no other existence that has more precious stones and relics than Deneb.’
Out of the 12 apostles he leads, as many as three belong to the Seven Stars.
Deneb’s treasures would be too numerous to measure.
The corners of Oh Jin’s lips rose one by one.
“Then we do this. If I defeat Deneb’s ‘three apostles’, he will give me the promised Godhead.”
“Hi-Hi! It should come out like that!!”
Deneb, who likes clapping hands.
[Didn’t I say impossible!]
“It’s okay, Vega.”
With a pale, tired expression behind Vega, Ojin stared at Deneb.
“I would like a duel in a month or so instead.”
“Ugh. What do you think will change in just one month?”
Deneb, who was laughing at him, nodded his head.
“okay. I will listen to that.”
“By the way, can I just accept a duel without hearing what you will give me when you lose? Do you know what I will ask for?”
Deneb asked with a humorous expression.
“Oh, you don’t have to tell me that.”
Oh Jin looked at the constellation of Cygnus and grinned.
“Because I will win.”
“… … .”
Deneb’s expression, who had been smiling slyly, was slightly distorted.
I’m not a Regressor chapter 161