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Eden’s eyes widened at my words.
He looked suspicious, as if he didn’t expect me to say this.

“Yes please?”

“What is it?”

“I want to go to a dungeon.”


“Yes, I want to raise my level.”


Eden nodded, as if realising something.

“Okay, you want me to set you up in a D-rank dungeon, right?”


I was taken aback for a moment because he said so naturally.
Unlike what I expected, didn’t Loki Guild prevent Han Yi-jin from going to the dungeon? But why is there no title attached? Feeling uncomfortable, I asked Eden.

“I’m going to the dungeon myself.
To clear it.”


Then Eden looked at me strangely, as if he had never heard me say those words.

“Why? Usually you don’t even try to get close to monsters because they’re disgusting.
That’s why when you go to dungeons, Nana’s combatants force you to just raise your level…”


Fuckk, you were the main enemy.
Han Yi Jin!

Filthy bastard.
Did he think the monster was disgusting? A sigh came out that he didn’t even dare to attack the dungeon while babbling pathetically.

Of course, I might be afraid to see monsters in person, but it’s more important to survive now than anything else.

“Hmm, I should have at least one title.”

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Eden’s face became subtle again as I murmured awkwardly.

“Since when did you care? Are you really going to…”

“Ah, so you’re coming or not?” When I asked with a frown, Eden quickly changed his face and asked back.

“When did I say I wasn’t going?”


What a simpleton bastard.

He was almost coaxed now.
I squinted and stole a glance.

“You’re not going to tell the guildmaster, are you?”


Eden looked distressed for a while.
However, he would not want to betray the guildmaster openly.
I waited for Eden’s answer, restless inside but pretending not to be.
If Eden refuses, there is no way out of here.

After ten seconds, which felt like an hour, passed, and Eden nodded slowly.

“Okay, I’ll do something about it.”


I clenched my invisible fist.
I smiled with satisfaction at the smooth leveling up plan.


Five years ago, a gate appeared in the centre of Seoul like a disaster.
Starting with that, the gates opened simultaneously throughout the world, and numerous dungeons appeared.

The first gate that appeared in Seoul sucked in hundreds of people.
Because Seoul was densely populated, the scale of the damage was unimaginable.
The first gate was special in many ways.
The gate that swallowed people closed within a few days, and nothing happened after that.

Soon, the victims of the first gate in an unprecedented event around the world were gradually forgotten.

And five years later, the victims of the first gate returned.
Kang Yoo Hyun.
He was the only returnee among the unidentified first-generation awakened.
And he was the only SS class hunter in the world.

His return was a complete surprise.
Another surprising thing was that there were higher and stronger SS class appearing above S class which they thought S class was the limit, and that there was a different world outside the gate.
Kang Yoo-hyun, who was attracting attention from all over the world, quickly became a hot potato.

The Odin Guild was the only one in Korea that could accept him.
Although there were some minor obstacles along the way, Guildmaster Park Yoon-sung smiled nicely when he saw Kang Yoo-hyun enter the guild safely.

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Hunter Kang Yoo-hyun.”


Kang Yoo-hyun looked at Park Yoon-sung.
Apart from being an S-class hunter, he was also in the top 10 of the world rankings.
Park Yoon-sung was more impressive than he expected.
None of the characteristic pressures of a hunter were displayed.

However, Kang Yoo-hyun himself knew better than anyone else that a person like him was much more dangerous.
It was because he had met many such people inside the gate.

“Nice to meet you.”

Kang Yoo-hyun, who spoke curtly, glanced at the contract in front of him.
As if realizing this, Park Yoon-sung’s smile became a little awkward.

“We have made contracts on the best terms in the industry.
Of course, it might still not be enough in the eyes of hunter Kang Yoo Hyun.
However, if you have the conditions you want… Please let us know.”

“No, it’s fine.”

Kang Yoo-hyun, who signed his autograph without reading the contents of the contract, pushed it in front of Park Yoon-sung.
Park Yoon-sung’s face, after receiving the contract, looked confused.

“More importantly, did you check what I said?”


Kang Yoo-hyun stared at him persistently, as if that was his real purpose.

“Of course.”

Park Yoon-sung nodded then looked at the secretary by his side.
Then, he handed the data that the secretary was holding to Kang Yoo-hyun.
Before signing the contract, Kang Yoo-hyun asked to investigate a talented person.
Park Yoon-sung, who heard Yoon Eun-ho’s words, made data about him by gathering as much information as he could while he looked curious.

Han Yi-jin, a hunter from Loki Guild.
He was a B-class hunter that no one paid any attention to.
Park Yoon-seong’s face again showed doubt.

“But may I ask why you are looking for information about that hunter?”


To Park Yoon-sung’s question, Kang Yoo-hyun answered casually while looking at the data.

“I’m just interested.”


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Because he was a B-class hunter who had the attention of SS-class hunters.
The incomprehensible situation continued to make Park Yoon-sung suspicious.

However, it was not easy to ask.
This was because as a hunter he could feel the reluctant intimidation of Kang Yoo-hyeon.

Perhaps that was why he had to treat him extra carefully.
Perhaps anyone would feel like a child in front of Kang Yoo-hyun, Park Yoon-seong thought to himself.


Kang Yoo-hyun, who read all the data, put the file on the table.
With this data, he couldn’t find any trace of the skill that Kang Yoo-hyun sensed.
He felt like he had to catch and interrogate him.

He lives like he always hides in Loki Guild, should I infiltrate the guild? Or should I destroy them all and take him out? Kang Yoo-hyun stroked his chin as he contemplated the tantalizing thought.

“More importantly, do you know what the dungeon ratings are these days?”


Park Yoon-sung, who was hesitating, brought up a sensitive topic.
These days, abnormalities have been discovered in dungeons across the country.
Each guild periodically cleared dungeons to prevent waves of monsters from occurring.
But dungeons, which were clearly low-grade, had gotten strange in recent years.
This was because abnormal things suddenly happened during clearing.

Coincidentally, the first time such an incident occurred overlapped with when Kang Yoo-hyun returned from the gate.
So some bad media outlets held Kang Yoo-hyun responsible for the dungeon anomaly.

“Yes, I know.”


“…Is the cause…”

Kang Yu-hyun answered Park Yoon-sung’s careful question.

“Yeah, it’s probably because of me.”


At the last gate, the twisted space-time, Kang Yoo-hyun ironically wished to return to his original world.
It was a lingering desire that he could not discard for more than 300 years.

But until then, he thought he had no regrets.
Three hundred years had passed and he thought he had abandoned his ego, long ago.
But that’s just his illusion.
When he was given a choice at the final gate, he chose to return to his original world, as if for granted.

And as a result, the dungeon difficulty level began to increase greatly due to the emergence of SS-class hunters, which was unprecedented in the world.

Park Yoon-sung’s brows furrowed as Kang Yoo-hyun immediately confirmed with his mouth.

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“If you want, we can try to stop the press as much as possible with the power of the Odin Guild.

“No, there’s no need.” Kang Yoo-hyun, who spoke decisively, continued in a calm tone.

“It was my choice, so I will be responsible for the consequences.”

Kang Yoo-hyun’s words made Park Yoon-sung happy.
If he tried to avoid it, it would be beyond the power of even the Odin Guild.
Park Yoon-sung replied in a pleasant tone.

“Then I’d like you to take on a mission that focuses on dungeon abnormalities.”


Dungeons whose ratings ​​were changed during missions are sometimes restored after completing them.
Kang Yoo-hyun might not be able to clear many dungeons alone, but his SS class would be a great asset in the future.

“This is a list of dungeons with major anomalies.”

Park Yoon-sung handed the data to Kang Yoo-hyun as if he had been waiting.
In fact, today’s biggest topic was not the contract, but dungeon abnormalities.
Kang Yoo-hyun, who received the data, turned the paper over with an indifferent face.

“Should I start with a higher rating dungeon?”

When asked by Kang Yoo-hyun, Park Yoon-sung shook his head.

“No, lower ratings are more dangerous.”


When Kang Yoo-hyun raised his eyebrows at the incomprehensible answer and asked, Park Yoon-sung continued in a serious tone.

“The lower the rating of the dungeon, the worse the anomaly.
Recently, there was a case where a D-rank dungeon suddenly changed to A-rank in the middle.”

In the first place, high-rating dungeons didn’t have a very high abnormality range.
The problem was the lower-rating dungeons managed by low-class hunters.
There were too many hunters who were killed due to extreme abnormality.

Each guild that belatedly figured out the situation sent hunters to the lower-rating dungeons, but it took a long time because there were so many lower-rating dungeons.
The dungeon must be cleared until the next wave of monsters.
That’s why Park Yoon-sung wanted Kang Yoo-hyun, who would be of great help, to sort the dungeon from the lower-rating dungeon.

“I understand.
I’ll do that.”

Kang Yoo-hyun agreed, bowed his head and went through the data again.
One dungeon in particular caught his eye.
Incidentally the rating was D-rank.

“Then I’ll start from here.”

Looking at the dungeon that Kang Yoo-hyun pointed to, Park Yoon-sung answered yes.
Even though the dungeon wasn’t managed directly by the Odin Guild, the guild that requested it often complained about the lack of manpower to manage it.
Kang Yoo-hyun, who had never dreamed of meeting anyone there, just turned his head nonchalantly.

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