Pivot of the Sky

Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 125, A Solution

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   Three supreme warriors together weren’t able to defeat Enkidu, not even stop him from attacking. Enkidu focused his attacks on Amon. With the help of two other supreme warriors, Amon was able to persevere until now by relying on his strength and incredible stamina. Although Enkidu had not landed a proper punch on him, his shell armor still suffered damage in many areas. Gradually, he started to…

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 124, A Long and Arduous Battle

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   Various magical powers and energies collided in the air. It was difficult to clearly see what had happened. Several items dropped out of the red mist, including pieces of Urhiya’s broken staff, two unactivated scrolls and a spatial ring. Waving his hand, Amon retrieved the scrolls and the spatial ring from afar while raising his iron stick and preparing to face the mighty foe.

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 123, The greatest warrior in the continent

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   Gilgamesh’s display of arrogance clearly showed that he thought little of Ejypt’s army. Not wanting the soldiers’ morale to drop, Amon lightly coughed. Metatro understood his intention immediately. He waved his hands, telling the guards to step away. Then he drove Amon’s chariot forward out of the formation, as Gilgamesh did.

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 122, You Give Me The Power, I Give You A Plan

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   Rod Drick drew in a sharp breath of air. “If we fought the battle like this, we would be in great trouble! The Uruk legion will push the battlefront as far as possible, then retreat to where they found most comfortable to build the defense line. As long as they could keep us from there, all he has previously engulfed would be his new territory, with the…

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 121, Amon Got Promoted

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   However, the governor was not punished but rewarded instead by the Pharaoh. A reward was appropriate because the Pharaoh himself was responsible for causing the defeats. Since the Pharaoh was claiming that he had achieved a great victory, he naturally had to give praise to the commanders that he led into battle. On the other hand, although Rod Drick suffered consecutive losses, by retreating back to Cape…

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 120, Victory for Both

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator, Editor and Proofread: theunfetteredsalmon   [3477 words]   On the side of Hittite, there were also over a dozen people, including Prince Asher, Golier, Juguli, Perga, Warret, Orbene, Affi and Aruka, all of whom were the first to arrive. Aside from Prince Asher and Juguli, everyone was either a supreme mage or a supreme warrior, but the seat in the middle and the one next to it on the Hittite side…

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 119, A Vacant Seat

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator, Editor and Proofread: theunfetteredsalmon   [3420 words]   Amon’s first move was with his own An-Ra legion, attacking the Nanar brigade to the north. He said lightly, “At noon today, the Head of the Nanar brigade arrived. I assume Lord Golier has seen him too. I haven’t lost any battles against the Nanar brigade, and we can still attack them if we so choose.”

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Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 118, Another Game of Chess

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator, Editor and Proofread: theunfetteredsalmon   [4038 words]   Juguli added, “The Pharaoh and the main Ejyptian legions are waiting for reinforcements. Our plan is to eliminate them step-by-step. Once we ensure that no more support will come for them, we will methodically dismantle the rest of the main army and concentrate all our forces on them. Even if we fail to capture the Pharaoh, we’d be able to kill him. In…

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