after just one breath.

Jamie’s lips turned into a smile.

“That is surely right for others.”

Whole-body breathing.

Indeed, the existing mouth breathing performance was amazing.

However, as the limitations were clear, it wasn’t an excellent method.

At least, Marquess Linmel’s method seemed to be the whole-body breathing.

And the information was good.

Jamie thought about replenishing Mana by mastering it, but sadly, he now resided inside the body of a tiny kid!

“Kay, let’s see!”

Behind the innocent face, the gleaming eyes of the Dark Magician began to analyze and revise every sentence in the book.

The whole-body breathing method had its disadvantages.

Therefore, if the shortcomings were compensated for, an irreplaceable method will be born.

If it could be upgraded one step beyond after making up for the shortcomings, then it will definitely be the ‘ultimate’ breathing method.

However, that wasn’t an easy task.

Marquess Linmel judged that the current whole-body breathing method was the most complete one.

And he did say that there was no better way to take in Mana than this.

He didn’t say it out loud, but the book’s contents held that meaning.

And the Marquess wasn’t wrong.

In the eyes of Dark Magician, who was close to omnipotence, he would be able to fix plenty of the method’s problems.

‘If I didn’t read about this method, I would have avoided it, but since it caught my eye, there is no way I can ignore it now.’

First downside.

Mana needed to be broken down into a size the skin can absorb.

Unlike the existing method, there is a limit to process the fixed size of Mana.

Second disadvantage.

After one absorption, the body can no longer receive Mana.

It can absorb the Mana needed for a day, but that is the end of it.

And those two had to be tackled.

‘The way to split it could be changed.’

If taking it was so easy, then people would have changed the method long ago.

Whole-body breathing method could be used, but mouth breathing didn’t require its user to be in a fixed place or the Mana to be in a fixed form.

If taking in Mana by splitting it was possible through the mouth, then it could be compatible with the existing breathing method as the taken Mana will be pure and finer.

Jamie had the power to make that happen.

“I need your help.”

As he raised his hand, black energy gathered.

It was the summon, the black bat.

Its official name was Night Bat, nicknamed Black, and it had the ability to ‘assist’ magic.

Its level was proportional to its master’s ability.


Black flapped the winds with a happy face and flew around its master.

Jamie raised his hand, and Black softly landed on it.


“From now, split down the Mana.”

Mana wasn’t a requirement for Black to survive as the summoned being lived because of the soul contract.

And if Black could split the Mana, the first drawback would be solved.


Black shouted loudly and flapped its wings violently.

The Mana around was vibrating.

Black’s eyes turned blue, and the particles around began to split.

“Indeed, you are my best partner!”


At its master’s praise, Black wiggled the body.

What remained was the second drawback.

In fact, once the first one was solved, the second one wasn’t too difficult.

The reason for the second disadvantage was the limit that the heart could take, as that was where the Mana is stored.

And if the absorption is split into multiple parts instead of the heart, it could work.

In other words, it is the act that breaks the ‘common idea’ of human beings.

“Let’s start.”


At Jamie’s signal, the split Mana began to fluctuate.

Count Welton stood in front of Jamie’s door early in the morning.

Next to him was Anna, the nanny, who seemed worried.



The Count didn’t answer her call and looked into the room through the small opening in the door.

There, his son, Jamie, was seated cross-legged.

He wouldn’t be so concerned if he was just sitting.

Count’s eyes saw it.

‘Mana is… swirling around.’

A Sword Master handled Mana in different ways.

So the Count could also sense the Mana flowing around Jamie.

He knew that the Marquess had met with Jamie before he left.

‘What did he tell him?’

The Count recalled Marquess Linmel’s smiling face.

‘Was my son this gifted?’

Count Welton,

The Welton family had been swordsmen for generations.

And it was during his rule that the Welton family had risen to a popular status, but not once was a magician born in the family.

It wasn’t that he wanted Jamie to hold the sword.

However, it was hard to believe that he had such a talent for magic, and even much more than he imagined.

He wondered if it was because of Jamie’s maternal blood.
The Bell family was known to have magicians, but definitely not this strong.

“Leave him for today.”


“It is fine.”

At the Count’s words, Anna couldn’t help but nod.

“And since we don’t know when he’ll come out, place someone outside.”

“I will do it.”

“Okay, thank you.
I have an important guest in the afternoon, so I have to leave.
Let me know when Jamie is done.”

“Yes, please don’t worry.”

Anna was a servant who served the Count when he was young.

Which meant that she could be trusted.

“Look after him.”

With that, the Count moved and pondered about what the Marquess had said.

‘9th class.’

Did Jamie really possess such talent?

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He wasn’t sure yet.

But if what the Marquess said was true.

The corners of his lips rose.

“Indeed, he is my son.”

Today, the Count’s heart felt light.

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