I'm Stuck on a Remote Island With the Male Leads - Chapter 70
Kayden and I hurriedly ran in the direction the sound was heard.
And the scene we encountered was not so different from what we had seen a while ago.
If there was a hell, would it be this place?
Dozens of giant spiders were lying down. And the man who stepped on the spider was swinging his sword at the spiders that kept coming.
The green blood of the monster formed a river on the ground.
Horrible sounds of spiders screaming or whatever rang out constantly.
Eunji, who was wrapped around my arm, surprised, climbed onto my shoulder and buried his face through my hair.
“Young Lady Floné! You are alive!”
I heard a familiar voice from a distance. Yuanna, sitting on a tall branch, was waving at me.
Yuanna has no fighting power. Besides, she doesn’t even have a weapon like a flare gun like me. Nevertheless, she knew how to deal with danger on her own, so there was nothing to worry about.
“Young Lady Floné.”
This time, someone called me from right next to me. When I turned around, the pink hair caught my eye first. It was Arthdal.
Yuanna was not in a position to be able to come here, but Arthdal seemed to be quite close to us.
He looked at us in turn and soon gritted his teeth.
“You are alive.”
“You are here, Lord, Young Lady?”
And likewise, Diego, who must have been nearby, rushed over.
“What is that……?”
While Arthdal pointed to Eunji on my shoulder and asked, Diego drew his sword and pointed it at me.
Kayden quickly stepped in front of me.
“It’s not dangerous, put your sword away.”
“Eunji is not dangerous. Really.”
As I said so, Arthdal looked at me with a puzzled face.
“Eunji is this kid’s name, but that’s not what matters now. Why is Enoch so out of control?”
At my question, Diego and Arthdal’s faces turned white. They rubbed their tired faces with their hands and looked back at Enoch, who was in a frenzy again.
“Where is the Archbishop?”
No matter how much I looked, I couldn’t find Ruzef. Arthdal sighed and looked in the direction Enoch was standing.
“……there? Is the Archbishop over there?”
Oh my gosh…… The poor Archbishop Ruzef is over there.
“It seems he is still unharmed. The Crown Prince seems to be protecting the Archbishop subconsciously, but I don’t know how long it will last. The Crown Prince’s condition is also very unstable,” Diego replied in a deep voice.
“That guy is not human. He is a beast.”
Arthdal was fed up and gritted his teeth as he looked at Enoch with his arms crossed.
“There’s no way talking to him could work. He’s been slaughtering monsters like that for two days.”
“It’s possible to stop him temporarily if Your Highness Arthdal is willing to help me.”
At Diego’s words, Arthdal shook his head with a shudder as if he didn’t want to think about it.
“By the way, where have you two been?”
Arthdal asked and looked at Kayden.
“I was attacked by a tarantula monster. I fell off a cliff and had a hard time getting back here.”
“So, why did Enoch become like that?”
At my question, Arthdal sighed and looked at Enoch again.
“I don’t know the exact reason. All I can remember is that he was looking for Young Lady before he went crazy like that.”
“I don’t think that’s the reason. Enoch’s seizure is triggered only when he sees human blood.”
“Well, then he might have deliberately gone crazy to fight monsters because none of us bleed.”
Did he purposely go crazy to wipe out monsters?
Aside from whether such a thing is actually possible, I don’t know how to bring Enoch to his sense after he wiped out all the monsters.
I turned to Enoch again. In fact, I could not see Enoch properly. It was because he was surrounded by monsters and kept moving, swinging his sword at them.
Arthdal rubbed his forehead with a tired face and said, “The movements of the monsters were strange. They suddenly came to attack. It’s fortunate that the place is far from the hut…… Banhwang is doing what he has to do now.”
That is also correct. There has never been a better base camp than the hut. It was ideal to stay there for as long as possible and find a way to escape.
‘So, it might be better to wipe out the monsters and burn the corpses.’
Monsters seem to have the characteristic of recognizing the deaths of other similar monsters quickly and gathering around the corpses. Just like the previous anaconda monsters did.
Is it because of the dead tarantula monster on the cliff? Is that why they’re gathered here? If so, this phenomenon was to some extent understandable.
The same goes for the green blood of the monsters that Enoch defeated. Perhaps the blood was summoning more and more monsters, they kept appearing from somewhere.
It was only then that I noticed that Enoch was covered with blood. I covered my mouth with my hand in surprise and was speechless for a while.
“Banhwang will probably die if he keeps doing that.”
At Arthdal’s next words, I hurriedly approached Enoch. Of course, I was caught by Kayden before long.
“It’s dangerous, Margaret.”
I don’t know if I can do it, but at least I know that Enoch, who was in a ‘seizure’ state, would respond to the word ‘stop’. And it seems like I’m the only one here who knows about it.
“Enoch is also in danger.”
Despite my words, Kayden grabbed my wrist and wouldn’t let me go.
Eunji, who was hiding on my shoulder, came down on my arm and bit Kayden’s hand a little.
It seems true that this kid is imprinted on me. No, actually, I’m pretty sure now. Its’ because Eunji read my mind and did what I told him even though I didn’t say anything. Kayden was startled and missed my hand.
I apologized to Kayden, took out a flare gun, loaded it, and walked toward the monsters.
Of course, Enoch did not answer me. With his eyes unfocused, he turned his back and walked toward the swarming spiders.
I walked through the corpses of the monsters that had piled up like a mountain and followed Enoch.
At that moment, a giant spider approached and stretched out its legs toward me. I quickly raised the flare gun, but before that, the sharp blade of the sword struck and cut off the leg of the monster.
When I turned my head, I saw Diego holding up his sword.
On either side of me, and behind me, Arthdal, Diego, and Kayden each escorted me with their weapons.
“I’ll cover you, so do what you want. You are the only one who can control the Crown Prince when he is out of his mind,” said Kayden, with a dagger in his hand, with a smile as if not to worry.
“I will help too.”
Diego said so, and Arthdal nodded as if in agreement.
“Go ahead, Young Lady!”
Arthdal shouted as if I were his Pokemon, but it was a bit reassuring anyway.
So I moved forward with Eunji hanging on my shoulder.
I’m almost near him. But he still did not hear me.
I spoke words that were like words of control to Enoch, but to no avail. It didn’t seem to reach him perfectly. He didn’t stop, though he must have heard it.
I bit my lower lip tightly while looking at Enoch, which was out of focus.
I called him loudly but it still didn’t work. My voice didn’t seem to reach him.
‘What should I do?’
The longer the worry, the more dense green blood of the monsters formed a river and piled up on the soil.
My eyes met Enoch’s as he thrust the sword into the body of the monster that was approaching me.
A lot of green blood spattered on one of my cheeks along with the strange scream of the monster. There was a disgusting stench, but I couldn’t even blink my eyes.
Because Enoch was looking at me with an expressionless face.