The Lairon Crusader has stepped on Sudon kingdom soil without royal permission and is acting against the throne, but if he's killed, it would be enough Justification for Lairon to invade? What horsetail product is this? If this was acceptable in Central continent reason then invasion without reason would be acceptable too. When someone goes on an illegal mission like this, they have given up all rights to their lives if they can't keep it. -------Another thing is how nobility is pointless, and powerless everywhere. If nobility was that weak then it would have been abolished. Nobles who didn't have experts supporting them would have perished without the backlash
The MC is never given the recognition of a master when he becomes a 7th circle magician. They keep sending assassins after him like he's still a sapling. Why haven't they assassinated all the 7th circle magicians of Meltor if assassinating them is that easy? Fearing that he would become 8th circle.. ugghh bs. Any 7th circle has a chance of becoming 8th... They're all people beyond reason and powerful enough to achieve it someday if they're lucky. The author trying to cause adversity for the MC through bs reasoning. And an empire that lost nearly half of its masters (Andras) is still sending them out recklessly because apparently their royalty are morons. If they can send master assassins after Theordore why isn't Veronica or Blundell going on a hunt for one of the weaker masters of Andras? It's because masters aren't supposed to risk it and go out for too long for the security of the nation, but that rule apparently only applies to Meltor, the allies of the MC, but his enemies are stripped of all reason because he exists.