An Understated Dominance by Marina Vittori Chapter 1192
“Dustin, you must show them what you got and make a name for yourself. Show the world what it means to be unparalleled and unmatched!” Gazing at his tall figure with admiration and adoration, Josie murmured to herself.
A real man should aim for remarkable achievements that would be remembered for generations. Marching forward courageously, they were undaunted by the challenges and obstacles ahead. That was what a true man was all about!
“So he dares challenge the leader of the alliance. Today would be the day he dies!” Lance muttered darkly under his breath. He only prayed that Ronald would kill Dustin as soon as he went up on stage.
“Hmph! He would end up dead anyway. He just lived a few minutes longer.”
Quincey grinned wickedly. His expression was extremely hostile.
“Dustin, please be safe!” Lyn clasped her hands together in a silent prayer. “What the hell? He really went up? Does he think he has what it takes to defeat the leader?” Toddy frowned, filled with jealousy and hatred.
They were of the same age. He couldn’t understand why Dustin was a grandmaster when he wasn’t even a divine-level martial artist. What exactly had he been doing wrong?
“This place is buzzing!” Suddenly, a group of individuals clad in distinctive uniforms entered the arena. Leading the group was a rather unsightly man with a pointed beard. And behind him was a group of strange -looking characters.
Among them were individuals of various builds, heights, and appearances. Some were as ugly as a demon, while others were as pretty as a Goddess. Yet, all of them were incredibly powerful.
“The Martial Arts Union? The Martial Arts Union is here!”
“Oh my God! What is the Martial Arts Union doing here? Is there a heinous criminal here?” The crowd was in an uproar as they realized who the newcomers were.
The Martial Arts Union was a governmental organization in Dragonmarsh. It was known for its formidable elite fighters. Their job was to oversee the martial artists nationwide and prevent marital conflicts.
Whether it was the Balerno martial arts alliance, the Glenstead martial arts alliance, or the major guilds of the martial world, all of them were under the jurisdiction of the Martial Arts Union.
It wasn’t an exaggeration to say that the Martial Arts Union was the pinnacle of power in the martial world. Any guilds that dared to defy their orders would face immediate suppression and elimination.
“Oh, isn’t this Sir Bolts? What brings you here?” Emery smiled and walked up to the man with the pointed beard when he saw him.
“Emery, I’ve come uninvited today. You wouldn’t mind, would you?” the man with the pointed beard, Woody Bolts, said with a smile.
“Of course not. It is an honor to have you here.” Emery was polite.
It didn’t matter how skilled the leader of the Martial Arts Union was. It was a figure that commanded respect, even from someone like Ronald.
“Emery, I heard Balerno has a young grandmaster and that he is challenging the leader of the alliance to a duel. Is that true?” Woody asked.
“That is the case indeed.” Emery nodded. “Various major guilds have gathered here today to witness the grand event.”
“Is that so? I’m curious. Who is this person?” Woody raised an eyebrow.
“He’s right up on stage.” Emery gestured toward the battle ring.
“Oh?” Woody looked over and was momentarily stunned.
He said doubtfully, “Why does this person seem so familiar?”