looked uncomfortable when he saw Satori, but still reluctantly opened the door to the back seat.

“Sir, where do you want to go?”

(I hope it’s nearby.)

“Fo-follow the car in front of us, please.”

“What?”

(Follow the car in front, he said? Did he watch too many films? Ahh, I’m so unlucky today.
I sure hope I don’t get into some kind of trouble with this…)

“U-umm, I’m not a suspicious person.
Err, I just had some business with the person in the car in front…”

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Satori didn’t realize that the more he desperately tried to make excuses, the more suspicious he became.
Eventually, the driver fell silent.
He started the car while thinking that he should drop Satori off before he got into any trouble.

(Ah… Give me a break.
I’m so unlucky…)

As Satori thought that he heard a sound of a rain droplet on the windowpane, the rain suddenly started pouring down hard, like an upturned bucket.
Their vision immediately turned white and smoky, and it was hard to see anything ahead.

“Aah, the rain poured down… Sir, you don’t seem to be carrying an umbrella with you, is that alright?”

(I want to go home soon.)

Satori was focused on looking ahead, trying not to lose sight of the car that Sousuke was in.
He didn’t notice that the driver glanced at him through the rearview mirror with hopeful eyes then let out a sigh.

The rain and wind became stronger and stronger.
The trees on the street were swaying in the wind as if they were about to break.
At that moment, Satori caught a glimpse of something that looked like silvery-white scales through the gaps of the clouds.

“Ah!”

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The driver was startled when Satori suddenly let out a loud voice and leaned his body to the front.

“Wha-what’s wrong?! I-is there any problem…?!”

(What’s with him all of a sudden.)

Satori thought that what he had seen earlier must have been the Dragon God’s scales.
It was his true form of a dragon that Satori had seen only once in a distant past.
Why could he see that form again right now? It couldn’t be a mere coincidence.

If the “time limit” that the Dragon God had told him was today, then he should have gone to Satori, and not to Sousuke.

A cold sweat slowly broke out on Satori’s palm.
The bad feeling that he had was getting stronger and stronger.

A bolt of lightning struck through the sky.
With tremendous force, lightning struck somewhere.
Satori could feel the vibration in his body.

“Aah!”

(Seriously? it just struck somewhere.)

The lightning crawled upward from below.
At that moment, there was a rumbling sound that could split the earth.

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