I am a God, But I Accidentally Summoned Myself into My Own World as a Human Being!
Cael Daisetsu. Captain of the Third Ray.
He looked over the plains atop a huge tower. The Exodus Project.
A familiar voice called out behind him.
“I’m impressed. I could see it all the way back at the castle.”
Cael turned around and knelt. It was King Leon the XVII.
He looked to the sides. The other towers were just as huge. The L-shaped armaments easily dwarfed over everything else beside them. The Alliance Army camp and the heavy artillery defensive line down below looked like tiny ants.
“Is it operational?”
Cael stood up. “Would Your Majesty like to see a test fire? The other five towers are still being built. The other two— like the one we’re standing on right now, are being tested for structural integrity. But the one to our right is fully operational.”
“Certainly. What is your target?”
“For now, we will fire it into the sky. We will also only set the power to thirty percent capacity.”
The King of Sol followed Cael to the right side of the tower. There, Cael casted Flare into the sky. The tower to the right of them let out a low but loud beeping sound. The long front end faced diagonally to the sky.
The king had witnessed the might of the dwarven armaments back in his youth. The front end would glow for a moment before the weapon let out a loud booming sound. The resulting projectile would make a huge hole in its target.
This was beyond what he expected. Instead of firing instantly, the whole length of the of the turret glowed. The bottom part of the tower lit up with various inscribed runes on it. Mana flowed in frightening abundance on the middle end, supplying the front.
The tower itself started to hum, and electricity manifested itself on the turret plating. A sort of electrical orb formed at the front end of the turret, glowing brighter and brighter. The surrounding areas dimmed as the orb began to expand. The orb suddenly compressed itself and flashed rapidly. Then it happened.
A diagonal column of light of massive proportions came out of the front and lit up the sky. No sound. Just pure blue light. The beam flickered, then disappeared.
The surroundings returned to normal, and the tower stops glowing altogether. Smoke rose up from every inch of the massive weapon.
“This is only thirty percent capacity?” The King of Sol exclaimed.
Cael’s face seemed to brighten up too much for a moment. “Yes, your Majesty. Just a little more time and we will turn this war upside down. The world will have to acknowledge that it is us who they should fear.”
“Fear is a strong word, young knight." The king turned around and walked back. "We just need to show we are not entirely helpless.”
A magic circle appeared below the King of Sol, and he vanished. Cael peered back at the sky. There was a huge hole which parted the clouds above him.
“Of course... your Majesty.”
The City of Rosenburg. One of the largest trading cities in the Chablis continent. Now mostly reduced to rubble.
A dwarf walked inside a warehouse, dragging metal parts behind him. “I’ll destroy those heroes and take the reward.”
Inside the warehouse, multiple metal objects are strewn across the place. In the far end of the room, there’s a giant metal arm dangling off of huge metal chains.
“To do that, I need something bigger, something tougher.”
He placed the metal parts inside a large stone bin, which feeds to a forge.
“My crab mechs weren’t good enough.” He scoffed as he took a rolled up blue paper, opening it to reveal a sketch of a bipedal construct.
“Let’s try something… more me.”
A cackle can be heard from inside the warehouse.
In a city built on a huge tree. The Kingdom of Edelgard.
Seiji looked out the window over the city below. Everything is peaceful, for now. News about the fall of the Kingdom of Lyfelune has reached the attention of King Senerius.
“We’re next, aren’t we?”
The sword in his hands hummed.
Don’t give up hope just yet , Seiji.
“It’s hard not to. Lady Amaris hasn’t been seen since she met Lord Aelius and the heroes.”
She’s fine. She just needs some time to rest.
“I sure hope so.”
The Demon Continent.
Past the defenses, inside the castle walls. The throne room of the Demon Lord.
“Give it up already, otherworlder.”
A thunderous sound filled the room. The room itself was a mess. Dozens of fist-shaped craters embellished the walls and floor. The throne was all but destroyed.
A seven-foot-tall demon continued to punch the walls and destroying things. His armor was easily heroic-grade, with multiple blades extending from the armored plates. He stumbled across the room, destroying more stuff in the process. The moonlight slipped in through the holes in the wall, barely illuminating the room.
Everything suddenly went silent. A figure appeared in the room.
“Are you finally done?”
The figure sat down on one of the intact chairs. “I admit, it does take a while to assimilate some of the… feistier otherworlders. What Unique Skill did you gain from this one’s consciousness?”
The demon paused for a moment.
“Alright. I’ll come back with the next subject.”
The figure disappeared from the room.
The demon sat down on the throne. He waved his hand, and everything fixed itself, good as new.
A projection formed in front of the demon’s eyes.
Race: Arch Demon
Below the screen is a list of countless Unique Skills.
“I need more power.”
He stood up and walked behind the throne. Darkness filled the room.
The final chapter. Massive thanks to everyone who read this! And thank you to those who supported me and helped me create this story! I will be removing the interlude messages in a few hours from now. The tenses of the other chapters will be fixed soon, and if time allows it, the final cover art. It was a good run. To criticize, it was a bit lacking in the fine details, but it’s a rushed product after all.
Thank you reader. May we meet again in the future.
Update I: Removed the Interlude messages. Chapters 1-15, 28-30, and Interludes have been updated with correct tenses. Format is a bit fixed.
Update II: Running out of time. I will let the cover art stay as it is. It would take forever to make the final cover due to my poor artistic talent.
Update III: Massive pain. Could not update Chapter 16-27. Tenses are wrong and format is all over the place. (TwT). Will try to fix once the edit thingy rules are clarified.