Mages Are Too OP - Chapter 727
Chapter 727 – The Taste Has Changed For The Better
Love is a faith that brings you to my side…
Roland almost sang it.
Faith was a special feeling of unconditional devotion of body and mind to a person, wishing what they wished and loving what they loved.
It was hardly different from love in the traditional sense.
Then conversely, love could be considered a faith, provided it was true love.
Andonara froze, somewhat confused.
Roland then told her about his possession of the virtual Divine Spark.
This excited Andonara greatly. “Just by believing in you, I can sense you no matter how far away you are?”
“Probably, I’m not sure. It’s being tested.”
“Then I’ll try.”
Andonara sat on the bed, closed her eyes, folded her hands, and prayed inwardly.
At this moment, although she was not wearing any clothes, she seemed incredibly holy.
After about ten minutes, Andonara opened her eyes and looked at Roland expectantly. “Anything?”
Roland shook his head.
He didn’t feel any conscious connection, or mental touch, or anything like that.
“Could it be that I’m not pious enough?” she asked, showing a puzzled look.
Roland never doubted how deep Andonara’s feelings for him were, and since there was no problem on her side, then the problem was bound to be with him.
After carefully reexamining the virtual Divine Spark and some key information of the Divine Spark, Roland suddenly thought of a very important thing.
A god’s name.
Gods had names and the majority of them were inherited.
For example, the Life Goddess was now called Elise, and the previous Life Goddess and the one before that were all called Elise.
This meant that a god’s name was quite important
Roland rubbed his chin subconsciously. Is it the name? Andonara only knows my online name.
The more he thought about it, the more he thought this was the case.
So Roland pressed himself to Andonara’s ear and whispered, “Roland is just my name in this world, my real name is Huang Wenwei!”
Andonara froze for a moment, then her eyes lit up.
Closing her eyes again, she prayed.
This time it was quick… less than ten seconds before Roland felt a faint mental touch in his mind.
A very familiar feeling, or flavor.
And opposite of him, Andonara’s eyes snapped open at that moment, her eyes filled with delight.
Then she dove over… She was naked now, and Roland couldn’t hold back, and the two rolled around in bed for nearly three hours.
Three hours later, Roland put his clothes back on, rubbed his increasingly hollow back, and said, “Try to see if you can use the spells.”
She jumped off the bed and whispered, “My most beloved, grant me the use of your power, Language Proficiency!”
A faint white light flashed over Andonara’s body.
As expected, it was Language Proficiency.
Roland confirmed that the spell had indeed been successfully used by Andonara.
He lost a bit of magic power, too.
It was roughly the amount consumed by the level-two Language Proficiency.
So there’s still consumption.
Is my virtual Divine Spark inferior to the real one, or is it that the consumption is inherent?
Roland continued to flip through the manual, looking for the answers.
But unfortunately… even Jabezo himself didn’t create a virtual Divine Spark, so the manual didn’t even mention this aspect at all.
The rest of the contents were just his conjectures on how the virtual Divine Spark should be fortified and grow after it took shape.
After all, he hadn’t condensed a virtual Divine Spark.
But even if it was just speculation and theory, it still helped Roland a lot.
Seeing that Roland was lost in thought, Andonara got dressed, went to the kitchen to make some small dishes, and returned shortly.
It smelled great!
It smelled even better than before.
Roland suddenly remembered the passive ability of this food Divine Spark.
The food made by him and his believers would become even more delicious.
Roland tried it. Andonara’s decent cooking skills had turned the food she made into a truly delicious meal under the augmentation of the ability.
At the same time, Roland also found that his magic power cap had increased by three points.
He hadn’t leveled up recently, and his equipment hadn’t been changed, so it was logical that his magic power cap wouldn’t change. The only change was the addition of Andonara as a believer.
He opened the system interface again and found that under the virtual Divine Spark option, there was indeed a change.
Number of believers: 1
Number of fanatic believers: 1
Orthodox believers: 0
Partial believers: 0
In other words, believers can increase their magic power limit?
No wonder the gods can easily rule over the heavens and the earth. They not only grasped law-level abilities, they even had an exaggerated amount of magic power limit.
It’s no wonder they are desperately trying to grab more believers.
So that’s what it’s all about.
Roland gasped and ate some of Andonara’s delicious little dishes before planning to head over to the lab to do some magic testing.
But as he passed through the courtyard, he bumped into Nia coming from across the street.
She was holding two yellow wildflowers that looked like chrysanthemums and was walking while sniffing them with a rather enchanted expression.
Roland greeted her and she replied with a smile. The two of them passed each other and were about to move apart when Nia suddenly turned around and grabbed Roland’s arm.
Her beautiful clear eyes looked at Roland. “Why do you have a nice fragrance on you?”
Roland’s first thought was that the fight he had just engaged in with Andonara, so he could’ve been tainted with her scent.
Andonara didn’t like to use perfume; the Hero bloodline came with a faint fragrance.
It was better than any perfume.
But Nia was a pure angel, so naturally, Roland couldn’t talk to her about this and said, “Just now I did magic experiments and used several different flowers as materials, so I might have picked up their smell.”
“No.” Nia shook her head. “It’s not that kind of smell.”
She took Roland’s hand and walked quickly to a remote place.
Although Roland had a Legendary bonus to his constitution, his base constitution was so low that it was really strong for an average Warrior, but for Nia, an angel, it was nothing.
He was probably just a more powerful rabbit.
She tugged Roland to the corner of the courtyard.
That wasn’t all. She pushed Roland against the wall.
Then Nia propped her hands to the right and left of Roland’s head and said rather seriously, “Hold still and let me smell it.”
Roland felt rather embarrassed.
This kind of feeling of being reverse kabedon’d was rather uncomfortable.
It wasn’t uncomfortable, it was just awkward for someone like him who was rather macho.
He was about to say no, but Nia was already sniffing.
To smell someone’s body odor, one naturally had to get up close.
Nia’s small, glossy nose kept sniffing lightly at the sides of Roland’s face.
The two were extremely close to each other.
The sweet, fresh scent, no less exotic than Andonara’s, reached Roland’s nose.
It was extremely pleasant.
And because the two were so close together, Roland’s chest was even smushed against two soft clumps of chest plate.
Slippery, warm, with strong elasticity.
The kind that could gather men together.
If Roland hadn’t just been drained by Andonara, he would have reacted in some way consistent with manly instincts otherwise.
Nia sniffed Roland for a while and finally sniffed the latter’s neck, her face filled with suspicion. “Why do I smell something similar to Mother’s scent of the Divine Spark on
“Oh, are you mistaken?”
“I think I’m mistaken.” Nia smiled widely. “You’re only a Master, how could you possibly know how to coalesce Divine Sparks — it’s not even possible for Legends.” After speaking, she bounced off again like a cute little white rabbit.
She ran under Andonara’s window and called out, “Anna, I smell something delicious in your room, can I go up there?”
Andonara’s head appeared at the window and she smiled. “No problem, come on up.”
In reality, she was very fond of Nia right now.
Because Nia was beautiful and clean, both in body and soul.
Her mind was also very pure.
Such a person would be liked by most people.
Both men and women, young and old.
Roland did some tests on the virtual Divine Spark in the lab, and then the time soon came to the next morning, when the game time ended.
Climbing out of the virtual cabin, Roland washed up and drove his SUV to the underground lab in the suburbs.
After three hurdles, he took the elevator to the bottom floor.
He had just arrived at the cafeteria and was about to eat something delicious when he was called into the office by the person in charge.
“Comrade Huang, we have an idea.” The person in charge said rather seriously, “We would like you to transfer and relocate with us to the northwest district.”
“You’ve made the nuke in the game.” The person in charge smirked. “Don’t you want to try it in reality? However, this is a populated area, so there’s no way we’d allow it, and no reason you’d be allowed to test it here.”
Roland nodded. It was a real dilemma.
He could understand the concern of the person in charge.
“We’ve gotten along quite well over this time, and we’ve all built up enough of an understanding that I’ll be blunt about some things.” The person in charge continued, “You’ve been registered with the higher-ups, and from an objective standpoint, you’re already a dangerous figure and an important one that we must protect. It’s no longer appropriate for you to continue here in the southern border. You should join us in a broader, better-equipped lab to continue your development, research, and growth.”
Roland was silent for a moment. “But I’m an only son, and my parents…”
“It’s okay, we can arrange a leisurely job and career for them.” The person in charge smiled and said, “And now that the high-speed rail is developed, the whole journey from here to where we are going will take no more than seven hours with one special bus transfer. You don’t have to worry about meeting them.”
Roland rubbed his forehead, thought for a while, and said, “Okay, no problem, but please give me a few days. I have to handle things with my parents so that they’re mentally prepared. As you know, people don’t want to leave their hometown when they get older.”
“I understand.” The person in charge stood up and said quite happily, “We have plenty of time. There is no problem with leaving after six months.”