you okay? I hope you don’t get hurt…….”

“Ugh! More, more coming down!”

“What……?”

As Evan turned his head away, a rain of lightning began to pour down beyond him.

Boom! Boom! Kwaaang!

The spear of lightning rained down from the sky and swept away everything in the village.

Evan felt dizzy from the torrential downpour of lightning in front of him.

Magic in ridiculous numbers.

It was a scene that could only be described as a natural disaster.

It was beyond the scope of Evan’s ability to stop it alone.

“Help, help…….”

The villager in front of him began to plead at his feet.

As he watched, Evan felt his hand on his sword tremble.

He was weak.

Unable to save even those suffering in front of him.

He had become a paladin to save people.

But he couldn’t even save the man dying in front of him.

“Because I came here…….”

Evan is the only one the evil god is after.

The Evil God has attacked this village, in part, because Evan has come here.

It was because of Evan’s weakness that he failed to save the dying people.

All of this was because of Evan.

It all happened because Evan was weak.

If only he had been a little stronger.

If he had been stronger, if he had had the power to save the people from the Evil God’s attack, all this tragedy would not have happened.

“Pilgrim!”

A call for strength.

And yet the Goddess of Honor does not look to him.

Nor does she answer for his prayers.

All Evan sees is an evil god from another dimension.

He sees.

Lamenting his misery, Evan pulled the villager off his feet.

Then he turned to him and warned him in a hushed voice.

“I’ll get its attention.
If you don’t want to die, run for your life.”

“Yes……?”

“If you understand, move fast.”

“……Yes, I understand!”

Understanding Evan’s words, the villagers hesitantly began to run away.

Boom! BOOM!

Evan deflected a few more bolts of lightning, then started running in the opposite direction of the villager’s direction of travel.

His destination was a deep, uninhabited mountain range.

If Evan didn’t reach the villages himself, there wouldn’t be any other inhabitants wiped out.

– [Accept your fate.]

Ignoring the echoing voice in his head, Evan continued to run toward the mountains.

He had to get away.

From the inhabited village.

And away from the evil gods who watched him.

It was the only way Evan Alemire could keep his faith.

* * * * * * * *

It’s been four days in game time since I used Select Apostle on Evan Alemia.

In the meantime, I’ve been busy following Evan around and harassing him.

I wasn’t really doing much of anything for him.

Whenever I got bored, I’d play the game and throw Lightning Arrow around him.

Of course, I was careful not to hit him directly if I could help it.

I didn’t want Evan to die and lock up Astrape.

Occasionally, I’d even use next to Evan as he slept.

I couldn’t bear to watch the creature that had devoured my 400 karma sleep peacefully.

– [Goddess.]

Every time I did something drastic to annoy Evan, he’d clasp his hands together and call for the goddess.

Apparently, he was a devout paladin.

He showed that he never lost faith in the Goddess, even in difficult situations.

It’s amazing how virtuous a character can be and still pray while in extreme pain.

If it were me, I would have been cursing at the goddess for not helping me sooner.

As I watched Evan, I couldn’t help but be impressed.

“That’s amazing.
You’re the best.”

Instead of clapping for Evan, I let the sound of his Lightning skill do the talking.

Boom! Boom! Thud!

With each thunderous boom, Evan stood up with his sword and began spinning around.

It was like he was dancing to his own inner clap.

When Evan began to make these movements, I would make an upbeat beat with Lightning to match.

Thump! Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom!

heard the beat created by the Lightning skill and started to move around faster than before.

Of course, he continued to be wary of his surroundings, but his search for the goddess didn’t change.

– [Goddess of Honor.]

At this point, it almost made me want to see the face of this goddess.

Evan Alemia.

He was a very religious character.

There was no way he was going to accept the Select Apostle unless his spirit was broken.

Moreover, it was my conclusion for several days that a simple whip would not be effective.

Euthenia’s involvement was inevitable.

“It was almost time for Euthenia to step in.”

I’d have to convince Evan in person, using another character.

And the Euthenia I knew would be able to convince him.

No, she had to.

After all, 400 karma is on the line with him.

As I watched Evan, I was about to send a message to Euthenia.

– [Goddess of Honor, Goddess of Abundance, Goddess of Knowledge, Goddess of Hunting, Goddess of Order… please help me.]

After running around for a while, Evan finally stuck his sword in the ground and began to pray.

But the object of his prayers was very different from before.

After calling out to the goddess all day, the names of other goddesses began to come out of Evan’s mouth.

I looked at Evan in bewilderment as the names of the goddesses came out of his mouth.

I thought he was a man who would never change his beliefs, no matter what.

Turns out he served a few too many gods.

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