TSKD 260

The Legendary Monster

『Alright, let’s do this!』

「Nn! Awakening.」

Fran awakened as she looked down at the midgard wyrm from Urushi’s back. She went full throttle right off the bat and immediately activated Brilliant Lightning Rush.

The electricity radiating off her body caused Urushi’s fur to stand on end.

『Let’s start by provoking it and making it raise its head.』

「Got it.」


『And when it opens it mouth, we hit it with everything we’ve got.』

「Nn! Urushi.」

「Woof woof!」

Urushi slowed down, bravely placed himself right in front of the midgard wyrm, and fired several spells at the creature’s submerged head.

『Leave attacking it while it’s still underwater to me.』

Urushi’s attacks weren’t having too much of an effect, so I asked him to relinquish his role as an attacker for the time being.

Taking his place, I dove underwater. I made a beeline for its face and started blasting it with lightning and explosions.

It ignored the first strike, but the second and third ticked it off enough for it to start to twitch.

『Alright, this should do the trick.』

I threw in a telekinetic catapault just for good measure and charged straight at the monster’s head. I didn’t expect it to do too much damage given the amount I was being slowed by the water resistance, but for some odd reason, the attack managed to get a huge reaction out of the midgard wyrm. It stopped moving and loosed a loud roar the moment it got hit.


The sea stirred. The massive shockwave spawned from its bellow caused the ocean’s waves to violently rock through my surroundings.


I didn’t take any damage from the shockwave, but it sure as hell fucked me up. The resulting water pulses knocked me around and disoriented me to the point where I couldn’t tell up from down.

I was surprised. It seemed really mad, and I didn’t understand why. The telekinetic catapult’s damage shouldn’t have differed much from my spells’.

After hurrying back to Fran, I realized that the wyrm was totally locked onto us. It raised its head out of the water and stared us down with its neck curved like a goose’s. Though its face lacked eyes, I could tell it was giving us a hateful glare. It wanted to kill us so badly that its body had started radiating pure enmity.

「Did something?」

『Dunno. It suddenly got all pissed right after I hit it with a telekinetic catapult.』

「Remembered last fight?」

『Last fight?』

「Nn? Last time, blasted face off with telekinetic catapult.」

『Wait, that’s the same one we fought last time?』


The monster had higher hp than it did last time we saw it, and I’d known that it was possible for the midgard wyrm to grow infinitely, but I’d still presumed it a different individual.

Fran, however, was somehow able to tell that it was the exact same individual. Maybe it’s just a beastkin thing?

But that would mean that this wyrm’s the exact same one we fed all the monoliths.

『So it remembered me even though it’s dumb as a single celled organism?』

Does it not forget grudges? Oh well, it’s not the only one that still wanted to fight. It was time for us to show it just how much we’d grown since our last conflict, even if we had to end up running away.

It tried chasing Urushi down, but it was far too big to catch him. He could easily slip somewhere it was harder for the massive creature to reach.

The act of him running around bought me enough time to get my spell ready.

『I’m good to go, Fran.』


We struck the moment it tried to attack Urushi, and launched our attacks straight into its mouth.

『Now! Kanna Kamuiiiii!』

「Haaaah! Black Lightning Advent!」

My spell, a dragon made of pure white lightning, mixed with Fran’s, a burst of jet black lightning, and flew straight into the wyrm’s interior.

I used the sorcery skill to put 80% of the mp I had left into the attack and hit the midgard wyrm with the most powerful Kanna Kamui we’d ever used to date. Likewise, Fran had also poured every last bit of her mana into her black thunderbolts.

The wyrm’s head exploded into a million pieces. Blood, flesh, and other fragments of the sea serpent’s body, flew all over the place and fell around us like pieces of a deflated balloon. The explosion had been huge; it covered an area 50 meters in diameter.

It caused waves to pour through the ocean and crash into the Algieba. I quickly turned towards the ship out of concern to check on it, and breathed a sigh of relief after confirming it was still fine.

The only reason it didn’t get capsized was because the wyrm’s thick ass body had absorbed most of the impact. In a sense, one could say that the wyrm had actually stopped the ship from flipping over.

Speaking of which, the wyrm itself was a terrible sight to behold. A third of its body was flat out missing. Serpent and centipede type monsters were known for their vitality, but the wound was so bad it looked like it would’ve been more than fatal for any normal member of either of the two aforementioned types.

But the midgard wyrm was an A ranked magic beast, a creature far outside the realm of human imagination. Though its defenses were lackluster, the injury we’d given it was far from fatal.


General Information
Species: Midgard Wyrm (Sea Serpent Type Monster)
Level 62
HP: 28117/39823
MP: 591
STR: 4139
VIT: 4699
AGI: 108
INT: 5
MGC: 112
DEX: 24

Absorption: Lv 2
Regeneration: Lv 2

It still had over two thirds of its max health, and it was already starting to rapidly regenerate.

『Fuck, that thing’s a monster. But we at least managed to slo—oh shit.』

「Not… good…」

Wait, what the fuck!? That thing’s headed for the Algieba even though it doesn’t have a head!? How is it already moving!? Aren’t you normally supposed to wait for your missing body part to regenerate before you start doing shit again!?

Is its brain not in its head, or does it have multiple, like how it has a bunch of different hearts? Wait, does it even have a brain in the first place?

Fuck! Thinking about this shit is just a huge waste of time!

『Urushi, get in front of it again!』


The only choice I had was to use the rest of my mana to hit it with another Kanna Kamui. And if that didn’t stop it, I’d have no choice but to use my real trump card.

「Mas…ter… okay?」

『Yeah. I’ll be fine. You can sit back and rest for now.』


I left Fran to Urushi and leapt off so I could focus on casting my spell. I wasn’t expecting it to do much. I didn’t have enough mana.

『I really want to avoid using Latent Potential Release unless I really have to.』

Things were looking pretty grim. I was probably going to have to use it in the end—or at least that was what I thought was going to happen.


The situation suddenly took an unexpected turn.

I felt a powerful, imposing presence. It was several kilometers away, but it was incredibly overbearing nonetheless. The speed at which the thing came at us was incredible. It looked like it was somewhere around the 500 km/h range.

『Fuck, that thing’s huge!』

There was no other way to put it. The only part I could see was the part sticking out of the water, the thing I presumed to be its dorsal fin. That alone was already 20 meters high and 100 long. I was certain that the thing coming at us was some sort of monster.

『Urushi, get the hell out of here!』


Retreating, I returned to Fran’s side. Urushi was terrified; he was trembling with his tail between his legs. Fortunately, he still somehow managed to move his way back over to the Algieba.

「Master, that, what?」

『No idea. Appraisal won’t work because I can only see its fin.』

That said, I had more than enough information to guess. Its aura carried way more magical energy than the midgard wyrms. It was clearly a monster even more powerful than the one we’d just fought.

「Master, that.」

『I knew it!』

The mystery monster rushed the midgard wyrm and attacked it.


It drove its fangs into the midgard wyrms body and lifted it, and in doing so, showcased its 100m long neck. It was adorned from head to tail in beautiful scales, like a kingfisher. I couldn’t help but feel that it both resembled a dragon and a sort of serpent.


General Information
Species: Leviathan (Oceanic Divine Dragon//Divine Beast)
Lv 87
HP: 92336
MP: 36887
STR: 181397
VIT: 22699
AGI: 3123
INT: 6039
MGC: 9996
DEX: 1698




Appraising caused me to break into laughter. There simply wasn’t anything for me to do but laugh. It was so strong I couldn’t even see its skills. It was a veritable S ranked monster, a ridiculously overpowered creature capable of destroying the entire world if it wished to.

Just appraising it had completely drained me of the will to fight.

I immediately began to think of the worst case scenario, and what I needed to do. If the Leviathan attacked, then my only choice would be to abandon the Algieba and focus on preserving Fran.

I would have to teleport us away the moment it showed even the slightest sign of aggression.

Right as I started working out the details, the leviathan looked at us—but its eyes lacked even the slightest semblance of hostility.

Its gaze instead seemed to momentarily reflect a sense of amusement, as if it was entertained. The impression only seemed to last for a second, so I wrote it off as just my imagination. I assumed that I’d started deluding because of how much I’d hoped it wouldn’t antagonize us.

Either way, the leviathan ended up leaving; it turned around and nonchalantly carried off the midgard wyrm despite its desperate struggles to break free of the more powerful monster’s grasp.

『It looks like… it let us off the hook…?』



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92 thoughts on “TSKD 260

    1. Not really. Being able to see one of the strongest beings in the material world (the gods are above that so they don’t count) is certainly a hard to get experience, especially when you consider it holes up for years (decades?) while slowly eating the captured Midgard Wyrm (which regenerates a lot, and thus gives a lot of food) and taking a nap.

      That said, considering how strong this thing is, I wonder how strong the creature that Alchemist King made that forced the gods to seal off the entire continent it was on for fear it would destroy the world?

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      1. It doesnt need to be stronger than the leviathan. Why? Because maybe the one the alchemist king made was mote aggressive than the leviathan.

        Why would the gods bother fighting a divine beast that doesnt cause any/much damage?

        This is just an assumption tho

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      2. I don’t think it was the “strength” of it, that made them seal it off, and punish the maker with being eaten by it endlessly, it was its predation, it’s a bottomless void, that just keeps eating and growing.

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      3. No, it was anti-climactic. I’ve been waiting ages for Fran to get some new monster cores from strong monsters but it keeps getting denied. Nothing from the Wyrm (twice), the Water Dragon, the Kraken or the Leviathan. Back on land they didn’t get anything from the big threats of the Crystal Forest, the big demon guy was worth nothing and the Lich got away / was crushed by the floating island. They haven’t even stolen any new skills since the Lich.

        That’s around 200 or so chapters and the only real cores / magic stones they have to show for it are the legendary fighter skeleton and the Pill Bug. The five magic golems don’t even count as a fight and the monster summoned for Fran so she could evolve was basically handed to her on a silver platter.

        I want Fran’s efforts to be worth something, but in those 200 chapters she’s only fought hard and been rewarded for those efforts twice. There were chances here for a Water Dragon stone or a Kraken or Wrym one, and instead deus ex machina comes out of nowhere and denies everything. If that’s not an anti-climax, what is?

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    1. Just wait, they’re probably going to need a blue haired nee-san who knows them and they’re unfamiliar with her, and it’s going to turn out to be the Leviathan polymorphed into a human form outboard them. She probably would also be an old acquaintance of fenrir or aware of the Gods punishment of the black cat tribe, and she was amused by the young sword and cats efforts to fight that monster.

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    2. being a divine beast it’s essentially at least at the lowest rungs of being a god.probably somewhere between a demi god and an actual god, being a lot closer to the second. also, it appears to have no max level like everyone else seems to.


    1. I think they didn’t. Master usually tries to eat the monter’s core for that, so the idea must have not struck him.


      1. Heh. If she got some sort of regeneration or could stick a severed body parts on she would’ve become a zombie black lightning princess. Doesn’t sound as a cute warrior at all, though.


      2. The skill also has a ridiculously long cooldown, depending on the skill stolen, or attempted to be stolen. So even if they thought of it, they might not have been able to skill steal at the time, or may have decided it wasn’t worth their use this month/year.


    2. maybe you guys forgot because its so long since their last fight, so i will tell you

      wyrm regeneration skill not something so super even if that kinda rare among monster, im not sure but look like master already has regeneration skill and not bother to leveling it up

      the reason is simple because human is creator that have low HP, small regeneration is nothing compare to heal (and also regeneration not regen MP), it look super just because wrym high HP and vit that make it like immortal

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    3. If Fran steals the Midgard Wyrm regeneration, then can you imagine Fran when she needs to regen? She reaches over to Mordred and latches onto his ass and begins to regenerate. Or if there aren’t any humans nearby, she latches onto Urushi’s ass and starts to regenerate in good old Midgard Wyrm style.

      “Arrrorroooo!” cries out Urushi.


      1. Instead of recognizing shishou, it probably recognized Fenrir’s soul that is presumably sealed inside him.


    1. not gonna happen, legend say leviethan hunt the worm for its main pray, and after eat it he not move for a while ( legend say around 100 year) until fully digest it (just like snake).


  1. …well…damn. Tbh, if the wyrm is just an amalgamation of little wyrms, its ‘head’ is probs just for show no?

    Thanks for the chapter 🙂


  2. Thanks for the chapter,

    Yup saw that flag coming ages ago, I guess the Leviathan is classed the same as Fenrir so It may recognize Master as one of his kin or some sort. Well at least the Leviathan is glutton rather than a battle junkie like most high tier monsters.

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    1. Is it really being a glutton, if your attention is drawn to some children setting off fireworks around your animal pen? “Hey break it up, break it up, guess I’ll eat this while I’m here, and is that sword grumbling to itself? Hilarious!”

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  3. Man, I really wanted to see Master get those skills of the Wyrm. Even if there are plenty of WNs based on Gluttony-type skills.


  4. Not gonna lie, that worm would’ve made me ragequit. I mean that sht is still way too alive after being electrocuted and demolished.

    That leviathan probably just observed them for amusement. Wow.


    1. With an intelligence that high, it probably has Telepathy, and you’d be interested too, if you saw a sword have a minor breakdown in front of you, laughing, crying, and then plotting ways to escape from your sight.

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  5. Levi-chan ~~ !!!
    i knew it she would be coming to save the day ~

    [Its gaze instead seemed to momentarily reflect a sense of amusement, as if it was entertained.]

    it seems she already there, but just watching how Fran and Master handle the Abomination of Worm…
    she seems satisfied, and help them or more like help herself with free meal ~

    well Urushi is sentient, so the Divine Dragon Levi-chan should be Sentient too.


  6. Intelligence value off the charts ! It may have waited to see if something from the fight would interesting..

    Same Wyrm – of course it would hold grudges lol, let me enumerate;
    – You Pierced it even bore a hole through and through
    – You tried to burn it
    – You dropped a building inside its mouth

    Thanks for the chapter.

    Kitty VS Wyrm round 2 – Draw

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    1. that is true, but:
      – we have no stats for any mana pot… we don‘t know how much it refills (fixed value or % over time)
      – only fran can use them
      – fran can only use black lightning in her awakened form wich continues to drain progressivly more and more MP/stamina over a short time
      – worm can regenerate, from what i can tell it should be based on HP and heal % over time

      -> with so many unknowns i‘d say the worm wins the war of attrition


    2. Try doing a bunch of strenuous activity, then drink a bunch of sugar, caffeine, and vitamins. Technically your energy levels are back up, but the mental strain is still there.


  7. Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Somehow reminded me when I was playing Spore during the creature era and suddenly a creature the size of a mountain appeared in the neighborhood.


  8. Thanks for the new chapter! Definitely not the last time the Leviathan is seen. I guess a better question is if it turns out to be a battle junkie and want to battle Fran at the next meeting?


    1. not really, some say they will got new pet or something like that (MC in other series always get anything look cool in road, but that wont happen here), what happen in general they got nothing after all hard work (sad even they cant get that barrier machine). i hope this series will give some arc where they kill some pretty girl or anything like that


    2. Yes, pretty much so. I think they encountered every sea hazard they discussed a few chapters back.
      The unusual part is that they didn’t seem to get anything out of that.


      1. They came out alive, I think that’s enough reward if you consider what they fought.


  9. Blood and flesh, its body parts, flew all over the place and fell around us like pieces of a deflated balloon

    its body parts, flew all over ⇒ its body parts flew all over

    I wasn’t expecting it to do much, I didn’t have enough mana.

    much, I ⇒ much; I

    Things were looking pretty grim. I was probably going to have to have to use it in the end—or at least that was what I thought was going to happen.

    going to have to have ⇒ going to have

    Me hoping it wouldn’t antagonize us seemed to have led to a delusion of sorts.

    * Doesn’t make sense. Possibly inverted translation?


  10. Abandon Ship!
    One all out strike only knock down 3% of its hit points.
    The Wyrm will reach before a second strike could be made.

    And then Leviathan saves the day.


  11. Can we bring back magic beast and magic stone. I just think it works cause the monsters have magical properties used to make magic items and such.


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