I'm the King Of Technology - Chapter 1008 - Dragmus The God!
Chapter 1008 – Dragmus The God!
Jimosen and Linvor smiled confidently as if they had already won the battle.
There’s no way that they’ll be able to handle us.
Don’t forget that we’re about to launch a surprise attack on them.
By the time we’re done with them, they won’t know what hit them!”
Linvor agreed: “Heh. From the scouts’ report from the past few days, these Baymardians had what they called hot air balloons. But apparently, because of the rainy and overly windy weather, they can’t use that now. So if they won’t be able to spring out any tricks on us.”
In a week or more, snow should start falling, and even now, the weather is still as windy as ever.
Spring is coming to an end, and winter is upon us.
So how could they flu those things anymore?
It’s just too bad that the days when the spies entered Baymard’s capital city, was when the rain fell hard constantly, getting many places closed.”
“Yes. They did say that these Baymardians even stopped work and were advised not to drive and stay indoors during the heavy storms.
These people are ridiculous.
And even on the other rainy days that weren’t heavy, the spies reported that the roads were almost deserted, and the weather itself, coupled with the security around, made things hard for them to do their jobs.
Nonetheless, they did get some good findings.
So far, we have nothing to worry about.”
“Hmhm… It appears we arrived just after the Monarchs of all empires had left… That includes the Caronians as well.
So now, it’s just the Baymardians in there.”
Linvor sneered: “Heh. People rarely attack in these times. So they have already begun dropping their guards down, preparing for the long winter ahead. How naive!”
Jimosen swirled his cup around playfully: “Very naive. Even though we couldn’t collect all information in such a short time, it’s still okay because the reports are more or less what we expected. Now, victory shall be ours!”
With that, Jimosen raised his glass, and Linvor did the same too.
“To the Temple!”
“To the Temple!”
Both men weren’t too worried about the changes in Baymard.
So far, there has been no report about new weapons there.
And even the newspapers the spies bought some U.N Meeting that focused more on peace and unity.
In fact, they thought it was Baymard’s way of trying to get more w.pores to protect them.
Baymard probably offered some products or things to these empires in exchange for security.
And from what they speculated, after these Monarchs get back to their various empires, they would send more forces to Baymard as agreed.
Fortunately, his excellency had planned for them to attack now.
If they had waited for winter to end and attacked sometime in late spring or summer, then wouldn’t they be met with many difficulties?
It was almost as if Dragmus, their God, had spoken to his excellency, commanding them to attack now.
How else could they explain this situation?
From what they found out, this so-called U.N meeting was still very secret and had only arrived just a week or so before the Monarchs arrived.
That meant that many around the continent didn’t even know that their rulers were here.
This move undoubtedly avoided assassination attempts and many other troubles.
So what were the odds that they would arrive just when all the Monarchs and everyone else had left?
What were the chances that they would come during Baymard’s vulnerable period?
Looking at their rings bestowed upon them, they were more certain that Dragmus was with them.
Since the Temple’s existence, they had never lost a single battle… not one.
Of course, they also never attacked until they were very confident of the result.
That said, their intelligence and luck were given to them by Dragmus himself.
Just their victories alone made them believe that they were meant to take over this world.
It wouldn’t be long before the pirates fell too.
All they needed to do was unify Pyno and then engulf Veinitta before they ever attacked Morgany.
The Pyno continent alone couldn’t face Morgany.
They needed Veinitta’s technology and several other factors if they ever wanted to crush Morgany.
That said, by the end of next year, the entire Yodan and Deiferus should be under their rule.
And with Baymard as their own, it would be no problem taking down Terique and Arcadina.
Their goal was so close!
As for the spies who went out, because it had been raining for the last 6 days straight, many people weren’t on the streets, and several places were very desolate.
If it were summer, one could easily pick out information by passing on the streets or hanging outside around crowds.
Now, the only way to properly get information is if they went to restaurants, eateries and whatnot.
They also went to other public places to gather bits and pieces of whatever they could get.
But they were mostly disappointed.
With the rainy weather, no major occasions typically occurred that made people talk and gist about specific news on the empire.
What they got from listening was people talking about their love lives, this past Christmas event, how excited they were to get their grades, fashion and so on.
There wasn’t much that told them about security or anything else that could benefit them.
So these spies gave up on that and started collecting newspapers, watching international and National news, and listening to the radios too.
Anyway, from what they found, they should be good to go.
Just like that, Jimosen and Linvor spoke confidently about the battle to come, as well as their rewards from his excellency when it was all over.
But while they were focused in their own little world, a little further away from them, a few patrolling Coast Guard sh.i.p.s had spotted their massive fleet through the radar.
Their formations and patterns immediately told them that they were enemies.
But to be sure, they had to find out what they wanted.
Who knows, such a large fleet might belong to some foreign Royal instead.
So they needed to be sure before making a move
Thinking like this, one of the sh.i.p.s, which was somewhat smaller than the pirate ship, speeded up towards the pirates, while the rest stayed behind, informing headquarters AS.A.P
Who were these strangers?