The Great Thief Chapter 1327: Pampered
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Lu Li felt a bit embarrassed to fight him like this.
He was just bullying them!
But, this was the arena, and you weren't allowed to just sit down and chat.
Going all out was the greatest form of respect one could give. Lu Li had already helped Water Fairy by analysing some of her issues and now it was time to see if she could execute what she had learned. This was the perfect opportunity as there were no real consequences.
"If you can't get the attack in, then try something else."
Lu Li was being very gracious, but this depended on who he was talking to. Normally, he would only act like this to his sister, but he was making an exception today. He would usually give people advice, but he wouldn't care if they didn't want to listen.
"Try something else?"
Water Fairy had just psyched herself up for it, but when she heard this, all of it collapsed.
However, she did feel a strange feeling – it was the feeling of being pampered, as though a person was willing to give up anything for her. If you wanted it, then that person would do whatever they could to make it happen.
In the time that she was thinking about this, Master Boben was quickly dealt with.
After the arena, Lu Li began to explain to Water Fairy a few theories which he had read from forum posts in his previous life.
These theories were very important and were largely responsible for his achievement after his rebirth.
In the future, if Water Fairy abandoned him, then Lu Li would be left in the corner to cry and he would feel a deep resentment and injustice towards her forever.
However, for now, Lu Li was willing to share it with Water Fairy.
This was the kind of person he was. Once he had made a decision, it didn't matter what the consequences were. Lu Li believed that this knowledge would make her better, but he was still running, not walking, ahead. There was no one that could catch up with him.
This was also to give him some motivation. He didn't want to be overtaken by a woman one day, so he had to keep working harder.
"Tell me, what is this other way? I don't want to attack the eyeballs – it's gross," Water Fairy complained. She couldn't hear the entitled tone in her voice, and even a man of integrity like Lu Li faltered for a moment.
Unfortunately, then received an annoying System Prompt.
They had been moved into a new arena match. Regardless of whether their opponents were newbies or not, they still had to take them seriously.
"I will show you a few times. You can see if my Gouge is different from your previous ones," Lu Li said, then paused and added, "This time, I won't attack the eyeballs, but just the centre of the forehead."
After the next few games, they finally encountered a decent opponent again. This might have just been luck, or it could have been because they had played enough.
The map they were on was the Blade's Edge Mountains Circle of Blood.
The Blade's Edge Mountains held the Kingdom of the Ogres. Every year, there was a battle for the throne at the Circle of Blood Arena where the winner would be crowned king of the next year until they were defeated, but after the Ogres began to recognize Gruul, the Blade's Edge Mountains were abandoned. However, the business-savvy goblins certainly wouldn't allow this opportunity to pass and they bought it as a venue for Gladiator fights.
Their opponents' team name was Chrysanthemum Brothers.
One of them was called Chrysanthemum and the other was called A Pinch of Love and Hate. If these two guys had met before the game, then it would make sense, but if they met afterwards then Lu Li had nothing to say.
These were the kinds of things that would appear in the game. The Game Company wouldn't dare to deprive the players of the fun of picking their names. At most, they would ban some political or more explicit phrases. These two ID's were okay, but some could be combined to a disgusting effect.
When the Chrysanthemum Brothers came out, they were already jumping about.
One of them was an Undead Mage, and the other was a Tauren Druid. These were professions that had good mobility, so this combination was especially advantageous in the Circle of Blood.
This arena map had several sections which involved slopes, bridges, columns and trenches.
After leaving the waiting area, the players would see a slope on the left side of the wall. This slope led to the centre of the bridge, which was one of the most critical strategic locations in the Circle of Blood.
The bridge divided the Circle of Blood into two. One side was for your team and the other side was for your opponent. The entire arena could be seen from the bridge and it was also the only way to reach the pillars.
There was a column on each side of the bridge, and you could easily jump over the column if you aimed correctly. If you were a ranged player, you could also consider jumping onto the pillars. Not only would this keep you away from the enemies, but it was also the most advantageous position.
If you left the waiting area and moved to the right, you could see the trenches. Players usually rushed to the bridge once the match started, but if you wanted avoid enemies, you could go for the trenches or dash under the bridge.
Lu Li and Water Fairy snuck directly underneath the bridge while the Chrysanthemum brothers were climbing over it. They were running around, intedning to take the two columns on both sides of the bridge.
The Mage's attacks were devastating and could cover the entire bridge in frost. The two ranged players thought they had good control over the area. Once their opponents appeared, they would crowd-control them and wear them down. The Mage Chrysanthemum had no intention of dealing with them quickly, but he knew the advantage he had. On this column, he had good view of the area and he could also protect himself.
He also had a healer, so the longer they fought, the better off they would be.
When the Mage climbed onto the pillar, he went blind and fell off. He was then greeted by two Thieves.
"Love Hate, come and save me!" the Mage shouted.
"He didn't use their personal channel, so Lu Li and Water Fairy could hear him. They could also hear A Pinch of Love and Hate's response.
"Damn it, I just got onto this pillar and it was so hard…"
Lu Li sidestepped past the Druid and stabbed Chrysanthemum.
"When we cast Gouge, it is natural for us to see our targets as moving targets regardless of whether they are actually moving. Most Thieves would complete this part…" he explained while in action. In order to make it clear for Water Fairy, he tried not to move too quickly.
Unfortunately, Chrysanthemum still couldn't avoid the attack and Lu Li achieved a 94% Skill Completion, which was even more powerful than when he had cast the skill on Master Boben.
"How did this happen?" Water Fairy felt like she didn't know anything.
She once thought she was so strong that she didn't need anyone's help. In the elite educational institutions, asking for help was something the weak did. Those that were strong would solve their problems by themselves.
"I made sure that my technique was correct while also focusing on what the target was doing. I saw that he was dodging left to right and leaning backwards, so I changed the trajectory of my swing to meet him. Now you try it," Lu Li said, giving her a bit of space.
"Love Hate, this is your signal to jump down. They are just bullying me. They're taking turns to blind me," Chrysanthemum cried out. He was becoming quite anxious.