S Rank Adventurer Deported For Innocent Charges Chapter 70
Alise was moving through the seventh level.
Perhaps because of the high concentration of mana, the number of demons seemed to lessen.
However, it meant that they were individually powerful.
There were two main things that could happen when the concentration of mana was high.
Either a large number of magical life forms will be born at a low level, or a few powerful magical life forms will be born.
In this case, it was probably the latter.
“I’d like to get out of here as soon as possible.”
Fighting a strong demon in an environment filled with heavily concentrated mana would honestly be physically draining.
It was a route she wanted to avoid as much as possible.
“It’s not good, isn’t it?”
Alise sensed that a strong magical life form was approaching.
But by the time she sensed it, it was too late.
There was already a magical beast in front of her.
In a mana-dense environment, presence detection tended to be slower than normal.
This also delayed Alise’s reaction.
“OwlBear- is it ……”
The OwlBear was a monster beast that looked like a bear but is characterized by its sharp beak.
They were known to be extremely aggressive, attacking anything that moves with its sharp claws and large, sharp beak.
They were normally found in the deep parts of a dungeon
It seems like this was not the time to get distracted.
Alise cast hardening magic and gravity control magic on her blonde vertical roll.
At the same time, she put her hand on the sword at her waist.
The OwlBear roared.
At the same time, it closed the distance at once and attacked with its claws
Alise prevented that attack by bringing her the hardened blonde vertical rolls to the front.
The hardened blonde vertical rolls were capable of preventing some physical attacks.
“This is going to be a bit tricky, isn’t it?”
Alise stabbed the OwlBear’s right eye with the tip of her sword.
Then, by leaping backwards, she kept her spacing with the OwlBear.
“Well, what are you going to do now?”
Blood was flowing from the OwlBear’s right eye.
Perhaps that’s why OwlBear’s movements seemed to have slowed down a bit.
Alise re-positioned her sword.
Then, she confronted the OwlBear.
She saw the timing and closed in on it at once.
Alise stepped into its bosom and plunged her sword into the OwlBear’s chest.
And immediately, she leapt backwards so that she wouldn’t fall victim to its claws and beak.
“Is this still not good enough?”
Alise’s attack did not result in the fatal wounding of the OwlBear.
Apparently, it could still move.
The OwlBear attacked with its beak.
Alise parried it with her sword.
She blocked the attack from its claws with her hardened blonde vertical roll and gravity magic control.
“I knew it wasn’t going to be this easy.”
However, it was clear that the OwlBear’s movement had slowed down.
This is also probably due to the effect of Alise’s attack.
Alise re-adjusted her sword once more.