The Man’s Decree

The Man’s Decree Novel Chapter 27

As Kai walked down the hill, he was stopped by a group of four to five men along the way.

“Kai, you’re finally here! I’ve been waiting for you for a long time.”

Warrick smirked at Kai.

Behind him was a group of fierce-looking men wielding clubs in their hands.

“Why are you waiting for me?” Kai shot Warrick an icy glance. “If you’re looking for a fight, you lot are no match for me. Yesterday, I took out more than ten men from the Scott family singlehandedly. Do you think just a handful of you can defeat me?”

“Hahaha! Kai, how dare you speak with such arrogance before knowing who I brought with me? You’ll naturally learn their identities once you’re begging for mercy on your knees!”

Laughing heartily, Warrick was unfazed by Kai.

Warrick had seen for himself what happened yesterday. Baldy and his men were nothing more than incompetent street thugs who were each defeated by a single punch from Kai.

Unlike the day before, Warrick’s men were all martial artists who could single-handedly defeat ten men by themselves without breaking a sweat.

“It seems I let you off too lightly the last time. I should have broken your limbs so that you won’t be making a fool of yourself right now,” Kai sneered while giving Warrick the side-eye.

“Damn you! How dare you still bring up yesterday? I’m going to beat you till you grovel for mercy if it’s the last thing I do!”

is willing to pay a hundred

a hundred thousand, the

you want us to make him cry, laughing will be the

his knees, we’ll

how weak he looks, one kick from me alone will cause him to cry for

looks, clearly not seeing him as a

the one offering

cause her any more trouble. After beating up Leyton, the Scott family will

Looks like I shouldn’t

Kai suddenly launched a

sent flying

down upon Kai a moment ago, froze as they

a kick, one needed to be extremely powerful. Evidently, Kai wasn’t someone to be

Cough! Cough!

Warrick threw up a pool of blood. After that, he bellowed vengefully, “Kill him! Kill

glances with each other, his men charged forward, motivated

as expected, all of them were not only trained


before dashing forward to meet their

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