I Became the Youngest Disciple of the Martial God Chapter 34

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Episode 34

The leader of the Iron Blood Knights and the younger brother of Iron Blood Lord.

Luke Badnicker is a restrained man.

What is understated is everything.

Not only sleeping and eating, but also rest, hobbies, and even desires are controlled.

Even religious people who believe that moderation is a virtue will give up in front of him.

Of course, it hasn’t been like this since I was born, and I’m not forcing anyone to do it.

It was a choice Luke made on his own due to his temperate nature.

He believes that this is the surest way to reach the level of strength he pursues.

Also, having high self-control is somewhat consistent with having deep patience… … .

This is also the reason why they intervened only now, even though they had already realized the commotion outside the auditorium.

“… “You guys, what on earth are you doing?”

Luke approached and saw Hector.

Hector’s body trembled slightly as he received his gaze.

“Hector Badniker.”


“I will ask to confirm. “Did you get permission to use swords and swords from your family?”


“Then was this situation so critical that you had to break the rules?”


“Then why did you put your hand on the hilt of the sword?”

“… sorry.”

“I’m not asking you to apologize. I’m asking why. Why did you pull out your sword and try to cut Luan down?”

Hector lowered his head, but Luke still maintained a grim expression and spoke.

“Do you think you have the right to do that? “I’ve reached a point where I can ignore my family’s rules.”

“I never thought of that.”

“Keep in mind.”

Luke said in a low voice.

“There is only one person who can exist above the laws of the original family. “Do not identify yourself with the matriarch.”

Hector’s face heated up with shame.

Rather than the fact that he had been humiliated by Luke, he was much more ashamed of the fact that his actions had insulted Sangvis.

Luke sighed inwardly.

The reason I spoke harshly on purpose is because I didn’t want to make this a big deal.

If this news reaches the ears of the elders, who find fault with everything, things will become a hassle.

“I’ll pretend I didn’t see what I just saw. “Let’s just go back now.”


“… … .”

“… All right.”

Hector bowed and left.

He didn’t forget to shoot Luan a look just before that, but Luan ignored him with a blank expression on his face.

“… Luan Badnicker.”


Luke closed his mouth in response to his carefree response.

The scene I just saw is still etched in my mind.

In other words, he followed Hector and hit him in the back of the head.

“Why did you do that?”

There was a lot I had to say, but the first thing that came out of my mouth was a question.

Only then did Luan’s gaze turn towards this direction.

“I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

“Why did you hit Hector?”

“Because it was worth it.”

Luke’s eyes lit up at the unexpected response.

“Was it worth it?”

“He slapped my subordinate in the face right before my eyes.”

Luke’s eyes turned to Arjan, the butler standing next to him.

Arjan had an expressionless face, but his lips were slightly torn.

“Hector, I thought you crossed the line, so I paid you back. “That’s it.”

“Is that why you hit your brother on the back of the head and slapped his cheek?”

At these words, Luan looked intently at Luke. As I was receiving that transparent gaze, goosebumps appeared on my forearms.

I don’t know why.

“Does it matter that you are my brother?”


“No matter who it is, I won’t stand by and look at it if it damages me. “The debt must be repaid threefold.”

Either it’s good or it’s bad.

Luan added in a weak voice.

“… You speak well. “Do you have the right to say such things?”

Luke gave Hector the same sad look.

“What would have happened if I hadn’t intervened just now? Hector, holding the hilt of his sword, was full of murderous spirit. Hector, who broke the rules, would have been disciplined by his family, but even if you were lucky, you would have been crippled. “Then which of the two will suffer the greater loss?”



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“… … .”

“You lacked self-control, and you almost died as a result. Then your actions cannot be described as courage, Luan Badnicker. “You just did something foolish.”

“You’re not wrong at all.”

“Are you saying that’s not completely correct?”

Luan silently agreed, then continued speaking at some interval.

“Would my subordinate have just watched Hector draw his sword?”


“In the situation we just had, Arjan and I were able to give each other cause. “I would have retaliated against Hector for hitting Arjan, and if Hector had lost his temper and rushed at me with his sword drawn, Arjan would have joined in again.”

“… … .”

“Did you mention the damage? “If I had just persevered, I would have lost this friend.”

“That’s a gross exaggeration. Even Hector would not commit murder here. “Isn’t all it took was a slap in the face?”

“I’m not talking about lives. Conversely, I ask. If the leader suffers great humiliation to protect his master, the master just laughs servilely… … . “Captain, can you truly be loyal to such a person?”

“… … .”

Luke closed his mouth, but separately felt a small ripple spread through his chest.

It was a rare kind of sensation for him.

“… hmm. Well, aside from that, I understand the leader’s concerns. “Let’s be careful from now on.”

This time I almost burst out laughing.

I find it absurd that this person’s tone of voice seems to be saving face.

‘Who’s going to discipline me like this?’

Luan said as I shook my head inwardly.

“If you don’t have anything more to say, can we just leave?”

“… okay. “Go and see.”

Luke nodded as he had no excuse to hold on any longer, and Luan also nodded and left.

Luke looked at the back for a moment.

‘… Luan Badnicker.’

When Iron Blood Prince personally called Luan, he felt something was unusual, but meeting him in person was more surprising than expected.

Was that guy really like that?

I do not know.

Luke had no specific memories of Luan.

Of course, he often heard about that notoriety, but Luke was the type of person who believed in judging everything by looking at it directly.

So, let’s say this is your first meeting, and if you give points based solely on first impressions… … .

Luan scores at least 9 out of 10.

‘When I have time, I’d like to hear your opinion.’

First of all, I like his guts, and that he has the courage to rule his subordinates.

Why did I only find out now?

I thought I had figured out all the children I could see.

Of course, you should not make hasty judgments, but… If possible, this is a guy I want to keep by my side and watch over for a while.

As a trainee knight of the Iron Blood Knights -.


I think this is too advanced.

Luke shook his head.

I felt like I wanted to talk more with Luan and find out, but I held back.

It wasn’t a difficult task for a man whose motto was moderation.

* * *

My back hurts.

Luke is probably glaring.

The itching feeling in the back of my head only disappeared once I entered the mansion.

Only then did I sigh.

“Why did you do that?”

Arjan suddenly asked.

“If that’s the reason, I said it in front of Lord Luke earlier.”

“You said you almost lost someone. That can’t be the answer. “Because I am not your person to begin with.”

“really. It did.”

“… “This is not something to be taken lightly.”

Arjan said with a stern face.

“You know Master Hector’s position in the family, don’t you? “If you harbor a grudge against the master over this and decide to take revenge…”

“Then this time, I won’t end it by hitting you on the back of the head or in the face.”

I looked at Arjan with startled eyes.

“Don’t be mistaken. I didn’t do it for you, I did it because I felt too dirty to stay still. I know what I did, and I know what the butler is worried about. And I can roughly predict the aftermath of this incident.”

“… … .”

“You don’t have to worry. “Because everyone has their own thoughts.”

Musin, who had been quietly listening, suddenly intervened.

[Yeoja, do you really have any thoughts?]


It can’t be there.

Still, you can’t say you just gave it a punch because it sucked.


‘I have no regrets. In the long run, this is the right choice.’

[What does it mean?]

‘It means that in the main family, behaving like a badniker is the most important thing.’

It can be said that Badniker’s home has eyes and ears lurking everywhere.

If I show that I am not able to take care of my own people, I will be quickly reported to the council of elders, the head of the family, or my superiors… … .

That alone means receiving a negative score.

“So what about the butler?”


“How did you feel when I hit Hector on the back of the head and slapped him on the cheek? Was it good or bad?”

Arjan hesitated.

“You can be honest. “There’s no one listening here.”

“… “I think I felt a little relieved.”

I grinned.

“Then that’s enough. What about the face? “It won’t hurt, right?”

“All I had was a slight tear in my mouth.”

“I think my glasses are a little broken.”

“it’s okay. “Because it is a non-alcoholic product to begin with.”

I was shocked at these words and looked at Arjan.

So, are you saying that those monocles were fashion glasses?

Arzan, who hesitated, belatedly lowered his head.

“Thank you, Master.”

“it’s okay. “It tickles.”

“Be careful though. Master Hector will definitely not let this matter pass by.”

“I guess so.”

I have no intention of avoiding conflict with that guy.

But why?

I was more concerned about the other guy than Hector, who had a conflict with me just before.

This is the blood of Garcia, who looked at me with dark eyes just before that.

His name must be… … .

* * *

Hariba returned to the room and immediately kicked a nearby table.


The table shattered as if it were made of rotten wood.

Hariba wasn’t able to relieve his anger with just that, so he smashed all the furniture in the room.

Meanwhile, the face of a child with light blonde hair did not disappear from my mind.

Also, the silver-haired girl that the kid approached without even knowing the subject.

“… … .”

The center of the room was a mess.

Hariba gasped with an expressionless face and then opened his mouth.


“… … .”

“I told you, didn’t I? “I have to make sure.”

“surely? “So you really want to kill me?”

Reagan, who was already at the door, answered.

“Anyway, today was the final inspection, and the real blessing ceremony is tomorrow. “It’s okay if Luan Badnicker can’t attend tomorrow.”

Hariba’s eyebrows twitched.

“How on earth do you mean that? “You said killing was not okay.”

“Murder is not the only solution in this world.”

Reagan scolded in a stern tone.

“Son, why don’t you know that when it comes to planning, murder is the worst of all strategies?”

“… … .”

“The important thing is that he does not participate in the protection ceremony. We don’t need to do anything ourselves. For example, it doesn’t matter if you don’t participate of your own volition.”

“What does it mean?”

Reagan’s eyes sank.

“You will find out soon.”

With those words, Reagan left.

Hariba stared at the door Reagan left.

After a short period of thought, one conclusion was reached.

I can’t leave my fate up to the author.

With his breathing already stable, Hariba took something out of his arms.

It was a glass bottle filled with red liquid.

“… … .”

Hesitation flashed through Hariba’s eyes when he saw the glass bottle, but it was fleeting.


Hariba opened the glass bottle.


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