Whatever was supposed to come would come, and there was no way to stop it.
It was an inevitable crisis and it was also part of one’s destiny.
Ethan never believed in these things, and he still didn’t.
He just knew that if anyone thought of upsetting the peace and security of this place, he was going to smash it to pieces with his own fists!
“Are you going into Minstrel Mount?” Ivan looked at Ethan.
He knew that Ethan wouldn’t go out there to die, but Ethan wasn’t going to tell them that he had an escape route for them.
This battle was for the wolves to fight, and Ethan would only help them from the side if necessary.
Ethan turned to look at Ivan.
“Can you keep a good watch on Greencliff?”
After such a long time, they had made sufficient preparations. Ethan’s presence in Greencliff was their greatest support!
But now, Ethan was going to leave secretly. Others would still think that Ethan was in Greencliff, so they would still be wary and continue to just keep watch.
They wouldn’t dare to make trouble.
The reputation that Greencliff had as a forbidden territory was no laughing matter.
“Our old bones are still useful,” Ivan said as he stroked his beard gently. “You’re the only one who’s been able to see through our acting after all these years. Nobody else has.”
His expression slowly became stern.
“Whatever ought to come will come. We’ll just deal with whatever comes our way.”
“I’ll leave Diane’s safety in your hands,” he said quietly.
“Don’t worry.” Ivan’s voice was extremely determined and was 100% confident.
It was completely different from before.
There was a deep and sharp gleam at the back of his eyes.
Deep within Minstrel Mount.
Night was falling.
Once night fell in these mountains, the level of danger would increase greatly!
Reagan shuddered as he continued to hide between his two bodyguards and didn’t dare to let his guard down at all.
A few steps in front of him was Keats.
Right now, Keats seemed to be one with the darkness.
He looked up at the mountain peaks that rose into the sky that weren’t too far from him. His gaze deepened and shone brightly in the darkness.
“Keats, are we there yet?” Reagan’s legs were trembling because he was really exhausted. If they had to walk any further, he might not be able to hold out.
“We’re here,” said Keats flatly.
He pointed to the mountain peaks in the distance. “It’s just over there.”
“Is the cemetery caretaker there too?” Reagan was panting.
“He’s definitely there.” Keats’s gaze became sharper and sharper. “Wait here, I’ll go and get the manual.”
With that, he took a step forward and disappeared in almost an instant. He disappeared so quickly into the darkness, it was shocking.
Reagan was so astonished by this speed and even his bodyguards nearly stopped breathing.
What a frightening speed!
He could actually still move so quickly in this sort of place. Was he human at all?
But in just a moment, Keats had disappeared without a trace and his presence could no longer be felt. It was as if he didn’t exist at all.
Before Reagan could snap out of his daze, a loud blast came from afar, followed by an angry roar.
“It’s you! It’s you! You’re actually not dead!”
Another loud blast was heard and Reagan felt all his hair stand on end. He felt like he was hearing the sound of two ferocious beasts clashing with one another.
He regretted it.
He knew that he had made a mistake in coming here. He should not have been greedy and should not have chased after the manual!
“Let’s…let’s go back!” Reagan grit his teeth and he was shuddering all over.
“Mr Reagan, we can’t,” his bodyguard’s voice was trembling too.
Reagan turned to find himself faced with green eyes all around him. They seemed to be staring at something, and there was a terrible stench in the air…
“AHHH!” Reagan shouted loudly. They had been surrounded by a pack of wolves!
What crazy place was this?!