I Become a Rogue Lord in a World Where Only I Level Up C21: Talents Only I Can Recognize. Hidden gems (4)
Night came. It was also the night when Yusen’s men were aiming to execute their plan.
Yusen looked up as Givens came into the barracks.
“Will you come with me, please?”
Givens had a serious face. At his words, Yusen got up in a hurry.
“What, another fight? If it gets in the ear of the deputy commander, we’ll all be flogged again……”
“Well, sort of. Haha.”
Givens ambiguously replied and scratched the back of his head as he walked out of the barracks, Yusen followed him.
“Where are the fighters? We’re not under attack, are we?”
When Yusen asked him with a dumbfounded look on his face what the hell he was doing, Givens led him to area 12 for the time being. Yusen’s other subordinates were also there. In the blink of an eye they surrounded him. Then Givens made a proposal to Yusen on their behalf.
“Captain! We’re ready. We’ll take care of it for a day or two. Please go and see your mother.”
Hearing the unexpected remarks of his subordinates, Yusen’s eyes were filled with astonishment.
“You guys…….You know that leaving the camp means instant execution, right?”
“But captain!……The commander just took up his post today and won’t know anything about it……the absence of Hadan is your chance!”
“It’s not true. I’ve been on a reconnaissance mission with the new commander. You can’t fool him….”
After the assembled centurions were dismissed, Yusen was immediately called by the new commander, and all of his subordinates were carrying out a surveillance mission in the 12 areas.
It is naturally impossible for an ordinary soldier to grasp all the detailed situations of the unit. Of course, they could find out if they wanted to, but in this case, they only checked for Hadan absence.
“But I didn’t think you’d be called back so soon.”
When Givens said that, Yusen shook his head resolutely.
“This way will get you in trouble. I’d rather go out of this camp by myself!”
Yusen also thought about leaving the camp, but he just couldn’t make up his mind. Although he was really happy with his men’s suggestion, it was practically impossible. He would rather leave by himself and die alone. If they were found out, everyone would die.
“You’re right. Leaving the camp is a bad idea.”
At that very moment, a voice came from behind them.
They all turned around, startled by the voice. When Yusen realized his identity, he immediately knelt down, and the other soldiers did the same.
“Hiyyy! Why is the commander!?”
The soldiers screamed at the appearance of Erhin. Leaving the camp should not be allowed to happen. Yusen immediately hit his head on the ground.
“Commander! It’s not their fault. I alone am responsible.”
“No, commander! The captain did not know anything about it. We forcefully……”
“Hey, be quiet! Don’t try anything else.”
They are both desperate to hold themselves accountable. Erhin scratched his cheek with his index finger.
Because the scene was such, I could grasp the personality of the man named Yusen at once. A centurion with such a tight bond with his men would definitely be of great use in battle.
The overall training level of the unit was 40, but Yusen’s was quite strong. His command value was 90, and that figure was very impressive.
A prisoner like a monster and Yusen in front of him. Erhin was delighted by the appearance of two such talented people.
“Why were you trying to leave the camp?
“Commander! In fact, the captain’s mother is……”
On behalf of Yusen, Givens, who was right next to him, began to explain the situation. Hearing this, Erhin closed his eyes.
I can’t believe they were trying to hide the fact that they let him go secretly. Is he naive or stupid? Well, I can feel the warmth of the soldiers’ feelings.
“But leaving the camp is a sin.”
Yusen’s men nodded in acknowledgment of their mistake. However, Erhin added something that Yusen did not expect to hear at all.
“But you know what? I’m not looking at anything right now. It’s an outrageous thing for a soldier to put his home first when he’s in wartime, but if it’s worth it to you, go ahead and do it! The lives you were about to throw away for leaving the camp, pay for them on the battlefield when you return.”