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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 753


Chapter 753
“George’s adjutant? What is he doing here?” Caius was taken by surprise.
“I don’t know,” the prison guard said, lowering his head.
“Alright, let him in,” Caius said, gesturing.
“Yes,” the prison guard answered before leaving quickly. After a moment, he brought a man in a gray shirt in
“Hello, Mr. Roswell,” the man in the gray shirt greeted politely as soon as he entered.
He knew the man before him wasn’t just an ordinary warden; he was extremely powerful and had a wide network. Even his viceroy listened to him.
“What’s the matter?” Caius crossed his legs.
“On order of Lord Xenos, I’d like to ask you to release a person.” The man in the gray shirt bowed his head.
“Release a person? Who?” Caius asked.
A young man named Dustin Rhys,” the man replied without beating around the bush.
“Dustin Rhys?” Caius narrowed his eyes.
“Sorry, but I can’t give him to you. No one walks out of Azkaban. This is a rule!”
“Mr. Roswell, I hope you can make an exception. After the deal is done, Lord Xenos will reward you handsomely.” The man smiled apologetically.
“Rules are rules. It’s not that I don’t want to, but I can’t disregard the rules of Azkaban. Go back and tell Lord Xenos that I’m sorry I can’t help,” Caius said indifferently.
“Mr. Roswell, rules are inflexible, but people aren’t…”
Before the man in gray could finish speaking, Caius interrupted him, “What, you’re asking me to break the rules knowingly? If this reached Oakvale, would you take accountability?”
“Well…” The man was at a loss for words.
Within the borders of Millsburg, the viceroy indeed held the highest authority. However, Akzaban was governed by the Ministry of Penalties in Oakvale. Even the viceroy had no power.
Not to mention, there was no need to challenge the Ministry of Penalties for an outsider brazenly.
At that moment, a prison officer suddenly ran in. He said urgently, “Sir, it’s bad! Outsiders have
broken in’”
“Broken in?” Caius’ face darkened. “Who is brave enough to do a jailbreak here?!”
“It’s a very powerful woman. Our men outside can’t hold her off!” the prison guard-replied.
“How useless! A gang of men can’t even defeat a woman. Send the eight aces out there!” Caius
roared.
“Yes!” With that, the prison officer ran off.
Less than three minutes later, a series of bangs were heard.
A few holes suddenly appeared in the office ceiling. At the same time, a few figures suddenly dropped in from above, crashing heavily on the floor.
Instantly, the desks and chairs broke into pieces. Dust and debris flew everywhere.
“What?” Caius stared intently at the figures that landed in front of him.
To his surprise, they were the eight aces from Azkaban!
He tipped his head back and yelled, “Who is it?! Who dares wreak havoc on my territory?!”
Instantly, the terrifying aura of a Grandmaster radiated from his body.
Suddenly, a great gust howled, causing sand and pebbles to fly everywhere. The entire office began to shake.
“It’s me!” a woman’s crisp voice declared. A red silhouette fell from above and landed in front of Caius.
Two craters formed where her feet touched the floor.
“How dare you! I bet you’re-”
Just as Caius was about to lose his temper, he was slapped in the face before he could even react.
Caius soared through the air like a cannon had launched his entire body. He crashed into the \ wall, leaving behind a human-shaped indent.
The prison officer and the man in the gray shirt gaped, speechless at what they’d seen.

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 753

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 753

Chapter 753
“George’s adjutant? What is he doing here?” Caius was taken by surprise.
“I don’t know,” the prison guard said, lowering his head.
“Alright, let him in,” Caius said, gesturing.
“Yes,” the prison guard answered before leaving quickly. After a moment, he brought a man in a gray shirt in
“Hello, Mr. Roswell,” the man in the gray shirt greeted politely as soon as he entered.
He knew the man before him wasn’t just an ordinary warden; he was extremely powerful and had a wide network. Even his viceroy listened to him.
“What’s the matter?” Caius crossed his legs.
“On order of Lord Xenos, I’d like to ask you to release a person.” The man in the gray shirt bowed his head.
“Release a person? Who?” Caius asked.
A young man named Dustin Rhys,” the man replied without beating around the bush.
“Dustin Rhys?” Caius narrowed his eyes.
“Sorry, but I can’t give him to you. No one walks out of Azkaban. This is a rule!”
“Mr. Roswell, I hope you can make an exception. After the deal is done, Lord Xenos will reward you handsomely.” The man smiled apologetically.
“Rules are rules. It’s not that I don’t want to, but I can’t disregard the rules of Azkaban. Go back and tell Lord Xenos that I’m sorry I can’t help,” Caius said indifferently.
“Mr. Roswell, rules are inflexible, but people aren’t…”
Before the man in gray could finish speaking, Caius interrupted him, “What, you’re asking me to break the rules knowingly? If this reached Oakvale, would you take accountability?”
“Well…” The man was at a loss for words.
Within the borders of Millsburg, the viceroy indeed held the highest authority. However, Akzaban was governed by the Ministry of Penalties in Oakvale. Even the viceroy had no power.
Not to mention, there was no need to challenge the Ministry of Penalties for an outsider brazenly.
At that moment, a prison officer suddenly ran in. He said urgently, “Sir, it’s bad! Outsiders have
broken in’”
“Broken in?” Caius’ face darkened. “Who is brave enough to do a jailbreak here?!”
“It’s a very powerful woman. Our men outside can’t hold her off!” the prison guard-replied.
“How useless! A gang of men can’t even defeat a woman. Send the eight aces out there!” Caius
roared.
“Yes!” With that, the prison officer ran off.
Less than three minutes later, a series of bangs were heard.
A few holes suddenly appeared in the office ceiling. At the same time, a few figures suddenly dropped in from above, crashing heavily on the floor.
Instantly, the desks and chairs broke into pieces. Dust and debris flew everywhere.
“What?” Caius stared intently at the figures that landed in front of him.
To his surprise, they were the eight aces from Azkaban!
He tipped his head back and yelled, “Who is it?! Who dares wreak havoc on my territory?!”
Instantly, the terrifying aura of a Grandmaster radiated from his body.
Suddenly, a great gust howled, causing sand and pebbles to fly everywhere. The entire office began to shake.
“It’s me!” a woman’s crisp voice declared. A red silhouette fell from above and landed in front of Caius.
Two craters formed where her feet touched the floor.
“How dare you! I bet you’re-”
Just as Caius was about to lose his temper, he was slapped in the face before he could even react.
Caius soared through the air like a cannon had launched his entire body. He crashed into the \ wall, leaving behind a human-shaped indent.
The prison officer and the man in the gray shirt gaped, speechless at what they’d seen.

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