In the previous chapter, we saw Eugene Lionhart face an unexpected and emotional meeting. Eugene gets confused by a stranger’s strong response to his monument. This guy claims to be Eugene’s descendant, which prompts a fascinating question concerning Eugene’s relationship to Sir Hamel. A convoluted family history is revealed when the stranger, Xenos, admits throughout the chat that he is a follower of Sir Hamel.
Eugene learns that he is descended from a branch of the family; he is the second son of Sir Vermouth, who learned his craft from Sir Hamel. By imparting these abilities, Vermouth was able to forge a devoted army that ruled the main family as well as minor branches. After learning this information, Eugene starts to question Vermouth’s intentions in teaching Hamel’s methods. The unfamiliar man, Xenos, illuminates Eugene’s ancestry and reveals a geopolitical motive for the dissemination of these potent skills.
As the family secrets come to light, Xenos begs Eugene to reveal Sir Hamel’s secret letter. He uses Dame Carmen and Eugene’s previous combat as an example of Hamel’s methods. Eugene’s remarkable fighting intuition and mastery over mana make Xenos believe he might have obtained the secret text.
Xenos offers an unexpected resolution to the argument on their discipleship responsibilities. According to Xenos, he sacrificed the secret text during a Death Knight attack after memorizing it. Surprisingly, Xenos offers to teach Eugene what he might be missing and proposes comparing tactics. Let’s see when chapter 78 of Damn Reincarnation is going to be released, the timings, and where to read it.
In Damn Reincarnation, Chapter 77, Eugene Lionhart is perplexed by a visitor who acts weirdly beside his monument. A stranger claiming to be Eugene’s ancestor questions whether Eugene has any connection to Sir Hamel, a historical person. As the talk progresses, it becomes clear that the stranger, Xenos, is Sir Hamel’s pupil and that he has a complex relationship with Eugene.
Xenos discloses that he is descended from a family branch that learned its tactics from Sir Hamel and Sir Vermouth, who wanted to forge a devoted army to rule both the main family and its offshoots. This knowledge leads Eugene to delve more into their familial dynamics and makes him wonder why Vermouth would have passed on Hamel’s skills.
Insinuating that he might have gotten it from the demonstration of Sir Hamel’s skills during the fight between Eugene and Dame Carmen, he begs Eugene to divulge the secret text. Xenos remarks on Eugene’s remarkable mana control and fighting intuition, but he also implies that learning Hamel’s methods is not an easy feat. They talk about their roles as disciples, and Xenos suggests that if Eugene treats him like a senior brother, then he does have Hamel’s tactics.
A Death Knight attack caused Xenos to memorize and burn the secret text, despite Eugene’s skepticism. As Eugene and Xenos navigate the senior-junior relationship, the dynamics between Eugene and Xenos become more interesting. Xenos suggests comparing techniques and filling in Eugene’s knowledge gaps.
In private, Xenos prefers informal addresses, but in public he emphasizes formality. After settling on terms, Xenos becomes Eugene’s senior brother. A series of skills that were passed down through Xenos’ family, known as the Hamel Method, are discussed in the chapter. Ten techniques are included, all with flamboyant names like Ignition, Thousand Thunders, Lightning Counter, Asura Rampage, Lofty Dragon Burst, Cyclone, Dead End, Destructive Divine Qi, and Eternal Purgatory.
The chapter closes with Eugene and Xenos adapting to memorize the ultimate ability, Eternal Purgatory. Eugene is stunned to keep in mind these names, which he erased due to humiliation. As Eugene and Xenos prepare together, they illustrate Eugene’s saved mien and Xenos’s energized identity. In expansion to the strong preparation, the humor and chitchat between the characters highlight Eugene and Xenos’ interesting flow.
A stranger claims to be Eugene’s relative and a devotee of Sir Hamel, and Eugene is confused by him. Their family history is talked about, and Xenos uncovers that Vermouth taught his family Hamel procedures to control the most family and other branches. He proposes Eugene might have Hamel’s mystery content from his duel with Dame Carmen, and he inquires Eugene for it.
Xenos proposes to Eugene to treat him as a senior brother and a follower. Eugene is astounded to keep in mind these names, which were eradicated from his recollections due to shame, despite introductory skepticism. The chapter, at that point, investigates the colorfully named abilities in Xenos’s family, a portion of the Hamel Strategy.
At the end of the chapter, Eugene and Xenos engage in a humorous training session to prepare for the final skill, Eternal Purgatory. Xenos’ animated personality and Eugene’s reserved nature create an interesting contrast between their interactions, setting the stage for a deeper exploration of Eugene’s past and the significance of Hamel’s techniques in the future.
Release Date & Where to Read
Damn Reincarnation Chapter 78 is set to release on 7 December 2023. Let’s see the timings of Damn Reincarnation Chapter 78 for various regions:
- Japanese Standard Time: 10:00 PM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
- Central European Time: 03:00 PM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
- New York: 09:00 AM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
- Singapore Standard Time: 09:00 PM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
- Pacific Time: 06:00 AM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
- Eastern European Time: 03:00 PM on Thursday, 7 December 2023
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