Jason picked up his flames. He nodded in satisfaction when he saw the result; the whole room was clean.
Jason sat in lotus position inside the formation. He made a series of strange signs.
The magical formations were accumulating within the grand formation that was around Jason. He did not take long to reach the last sign but hesitated for a moment.
"Nekohime..." Jason sighed.
He ended up performing the hand stamps, and the great formation was activated.
Jason soon entered Nirvana.
Despite being able to divide his attention and perform two activities at the same time, Jason decided to examine his Ashura Soul.
Jason saw the figure of a 3-year-old boy sleeping peacefully. The boy had black hair, and his body covered in black tattoos.
"He's grown a lot, is it because of the Nekohime accident?" Jason wondered.
Jason still remembered that his Ashura Soul looked like a newborn baby. He was sure that the sudden growth of his Ashura Soul had something to do with that person.
"Will this be a blessing, or will it be a curse?"
Jason decided not to overthink it. There was no way to go back to the past and change what had already happened.
He divided his attention in two again. One part focused on his Ashura Soul and the other on developing his Thunder Magic.
Medea was ready to interrupt Jason's training. The weekend was over, and it was time to go back to school.
The door to the training room opened before she could make a move. Jason came out with a dark face. He seemed to be in a bad mood.
"Are you okay, Hubby?" Medea asked him. She was worried to see his dark face.
"Two months, two months and I still haven't been able to use Thunder Magic," Jason replied, he was frustrated.
Medea frowned, Jason should not take so long to be able to use magic he already possessed. She felt powerless to do anything to help her beloved.
"There must be something preventing you from using Thunder Magic" Medea tried to be as logical as possible.
"I know, I've already programmed my next move to solve my problem."
Jason and Akeno appeared on the street near the school. They had made sure that the class was empty so as not to draw too much attention.
The two walked to school together. Akeno looked at Jason a couple of times. She seemed to be hesitating. Jason noticed this and stopped in front of the school door.
"Tell me what's on your mind."
"It's noth... Okay, when are you going to release big sister?" Akeno said what she had in mind when she received Jason's gaze, which seemed to say "I'm not going to take no for an answer."
"I don't know, maybe a few months or maybe a few years," Jason shrugged.
Akeno didn't say anything anymore. Her mother had explained the situation, and she was quite angry with Nekohime, she could not forgive the cat girl after almost killing the savior of her and her mother.
A black limousine stopped beside them. A young girl, brown hair and eyes of the same color, came down from the limo.
"Jason, Akeno!" Elisabeth greeted her two classmates.
"Eli!" Akeno hugged her friend.
Jason nodded to Elisabeth.
"I' m going to leave things in the room, see you later," Jason said goodbye to the two girls and went to the men's bedroom.
Elisabeth and Akeno looked at Jason's back as he left. Elisabeth looked at Akeno with a suspicious look.
"Did something happen?" Elisabeth asked him.
"No, why do you think that?" Akeno replied innocently.
"He looks a little different," Elisabeth replied slightly.
Akeno looked in the direction where Jason had gone. Her eyes hid a concern for her savior.
Two boys were fighting in the dojo. Arthur and Jason fought, as usual, each trying to beat his opponent in combat.
Arthur stopped suddenly, frowned, and looked at Jason.
"This can't go on like this." The blond boy reproached his opponent.
"What?" Jason asked confusedly.
"There is something in your mind distracting you, I will not fight with you as long as I have something restricting you," Arthur told him and put away his wooden sword.
Jason sighed. He knew his current state better than anyone. To continue practicing like this made no sense to either of them.
Jason left the dojo without saying a word.
A woman approached Arthur.
"Aren't you going to tell him anything?" Elisabeth asked him.
"No," Arthur replied.
"Why? He's your only friend after all."
"He knows that I am here if he wants to talk about something, but it has to come from him to tell me about his problems, I cannot enter his life without his permission" Arthur explained to Elisabeth.
"I guess you're right," Elisabeth shrugged.
"Has Akeno say anything to you?" It was Arthur's turn to ask Elisabeth.
"She didn't say anything to me, but I'm sure there's something she's hiding."
Arthur plunged into his thoughts.
"I think we should do as you said, let's wait until they want to talk about it," Elisabeth spoke.
Arthur nodded; there was no point in worrying about anything without knowing what you are worrying about.
After checking that there was no one in the area, Jason jumped off the school grounds.
He walked the streets of London, with no fixed course. He walked into a Starbucks and came out with a coffee in his hands. Jason sat on a bench, looking at the people and cars passing in front of him.
"At last you show yourself," Jason spoke.
"Hehe" A voice sounded next to Jason.
"I wouldn't know whether to be honored or worried that such an important person is spying on me while I'm in school" Jason spoke as he watched people pass by.
Jason then turned his head to look at the man sitting next to him.
A tall man appearing to be in his twenties with an average build, black hair, golden bangs, and black goatee was sitting beside him.
"What business do you have with me, Azazel?" Jason asked the current governor of Grigori.
"None, I'm just curious," Azazel grinned.
"I never thought that a human like me would attract the curiosity of the governor of fallen angels. According to my information, you're only interested in researching Sacred Gears, and I don't own any," Jason spoke calmly.
Azazel was surprised. He never thought this boy would know so much about him. He laughed low when he thought of the dark energy he had felt before.
"We both know you're not human. You don't have to pretend to be one in front of me."
"Sigh, I guess I was too careless that day. It can't be avoided, I never imagined meeting you in a Burger King," Jason sighed.
"Well, what do you want from me?" Jason asked again.
"Quite simply, who are you?" Azazel asked him directly.
Jason looked at Azazel. He didn't feel any bad intentions coming from the governor of fallen angels. Still, Jason couldn't let down his guard against this old fox.
Jason thought carefully about how to answer Azazel's question. Azazel waited patiently for Jason's answer. He didn't seem to be in a hurry.
After careful thought, Jason decided to answer honestly without revealing any of his secrets.
"Honestly, I don't know." Jason shrugged.
Azazel squinted, looking for any trace of lies in the young man's words. He smiled when he saw that Jason hadn't lied, although it was also evident that he had kept secrets.
"You're more interesting than I thought."
"I don't agree. I think I'm pretty normal" Jason looked back at the road, watching the cars pass by.
Azazel also focused his attention on passing cars. Both seemed to be immersed in their thoughts.
The fallen angel focused his attention on Jason. His words surprised the young Ashura.
"Do you want to be my adopted son?" Azazel asked Jason.
Jason did not look at him and instead thought seriously about the proposal given by Azazel.
"You don't have to answer me now, tomorrow at this time I will be waiting for you here," Azazel told him and disappeared.
Jason looked at the space where Azazel was sitting until a few seconds ago.
"Azazel eh, you're much more interesting than me."
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