You're pretty good, Han. I can't believe Simon is obediently listening to your orders." Jose said while watching the two. Simon was famous for his independent and high handed nature.
"However, it's a fact that the Elus have become active once again. Let's not forget that this has been within territories near the dimensional tear. They have always run away, but this time they were the ones to attack first. Sergeant Red, what are your thoughts?"
A battle broke out in the route below. The roaring shouts of the youths echoed. The Eastern Army defenders pretended to start a conflict while slowly retreating back.
Corporal Zhai nodded and stood next to Schwartz. They filtered out everything so that only video clips would appear on the screen. Zhai raised his hand to stop the search for a moment.
The best doctors of Ark were working around the clock to help Kuro at the second hospital ward facility. They've managed to stabilize his pulse, but at least one more month of treatment was required.
"It's not possible to fight from a distance all the time. Real battle doesn't flow in a smooth way that allows us such flexibility."
Herald would have died either way. They didn't have the leisure to let any chances go. Zhai and Herald experienced numerous battles together and understood instinctively.
Han projected the hologram map of the mock battle grounds up into the air. Han explained why he had deployed his team to the designated positions and their roles.
Han quickly adapted to his new lifestyle as a year 2 student, and Kuro still had many problems but slowly improved as well.
He would have had many broken bones and would have been knocked out with critical injuries, if not for his artificially strengthened body.
Sergeant Red said chasing the two out. Han and Silence left the hospital room and walked together. Silence was the first the break the silence with his electronic note.
Kijo didn't speak in English, but Korean. Han received a strange feeling from him. The familiar Korean words flowed to his ears. He let out a sigh and sat down.
Han dodged everyone's hateful glare and hid himself in his room. It was harder to gather new members than he originally thought.
Han said bitterly. Instructor Wei chuckled. Han's mind was going in circles. He had come here to get some advice, instead he was getting lectured.
"It was just luck. Our opponents were easy to read because they were so strong. Squad 9 who specialize in marksmanship would deploy their best for the 4 member squad, I could read their plans like an open book. If our opponent had not been talented in marksmanship, and instead depended on psychic and close combat powers this plan would not have worked."
The battle would be broadcasted for all the year 2 audiences. The year 2 students would be gathered in the gymnasium, seated like they were enjoying a movie.
Han received a message from the Eastern Army. Han nodded and increased his speed.
Private Herald was very friendly. He patted Han's back and helped to calm him down.
Han no longer had any thoughts on accepting additional members. After Squad 13 had made a name for themselves with consecutive victories, he received many transfer requests, but he ignored them all.
Han was confident that he would never admit his own loss. When he used to steal food for his younger siblings, no matter how much he was harshly beaten by adults he never snitched or opened his mouth to tell the truth.
Han lead his squad forward once again. Fatigue ate his whole body. Han moved forward on sheer sense of duty alone.
Instructor Wei scratched his chin. Being ambidextrous was highly advantageous for a martial artist. Through switching hands, one can plan irregular attacks.