The reporters from all over the world descended on Japan.
If there was one thing in particular about that, then it was that most of those reporters were war correspondents used to covering various conflicts happening across the globe.
This was as good a proof as any that the event about to unfold here was as dangerous as an actual war.
The security cordon built around the Gate was incredibly heavy. Reporters raised their cameras and pointed towards the building-sized Gate and the barrier formation drawn around it, as well as the army of men and women surrounding them both.
The whole location was chock-full with palpable tension only seen just before the outbreak of war.
The assistant reporter swallowed his nervous saliva and asked his boss, the famed English war correspondent William Bell.
"Modern firearms don't work against monsters, so why are the army present here?"
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