The Primordial Tamer

Chapter 28 New Announcement

ο»ΏOrion and Maya had finished their mission and now going back to the academy to report about their mission. They met their teacher, Professor Sorenson, to turn in their mission. They have finished the mission to subdue bandits.

"Welcome back, Orion and Maya," Professor Sorenson said as he greeted the two students. "How did your mission go?"

Orion and Maya exchanged a quick glance before turning to face their teacher. "We were successful, Professor," Orion said with a proud smile. "We were able to subdue the bandits and bring their leader to justice."

"That's great news," Professor Sorenson replied, nodding his approval. "Tell me, what did you learn from this mission?"

Maya stepped forward, her expression serious. "We learned that even the most dangerous opponents can be defeated with teamwork and strategy. We also learned the importance of gathering information before engaging in battle."

Orion added, "And we learned that our Spirit Beasts are powerful allies that can help us overcome even the toughest challenges."

Professor Sorenson nodded, his eyes gleaming with pride. "I'm impressed with both of you. You've shown great skill and bravery on this mission."

Orion and Maya grinned at each other, feeling proud of their accomplishment. They knew that there would be more challenges ahead, but they were ready for whatever lay ahead.

After they turned in their mission, they went back to their respective house to rest.

As they walked towards their houses, Orion turned to Maya and said, "You know, that was one of the toughest missions we've had so far. But I'm glad we were able to pull it off."

Maya nodded in agreement. "Yeah, it was definitely challenging, but we make a great team. I couldn't have done it without you and our Spirit Beasts."

Orion smiled. "And I couldn't have done it without you either. You're an amazing Beast Tamer, Maya."

Maya blushed. "Thanks, Orion. You're pretty amazing yourself."

As they parted ways and went into their respective houses, they both felt a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. They knew that they had made a difference and that their skills as Beast Tamers had been put to good use.

Orion went back to his house and opened up his beast space to let Nova and Stella out. He looked at the both of them, and he couldn't feel but happy that he had tamed them.

Nova, the Primordial Lunar Wolf, nuzzled against Orion's leg, his fur soft and warm to the touch. Stella, the Primordial Solar Eagle, perched on Orion's shoulder, her bright eyes gleaming with contentment.

"You two did an amazing job today," Orion said, scratching behind Nova's ears. "I couldn't have done it without you."

Nova let out a low growl as if to say, "Of course, we're a team!"

Stella spread her wings and let out a melodic chirp, a sound that always filled Orion with a sense of peace and calm.

Orion smiled, feeling a sense of pride and gratitude for his Spirit Beasts. He knew that without them, he would not have been able to accomplish what he did.

"You know," he said, looking at Nova and Stella, "I can't imagine a life without you guys. We've been through so much together, and I know that we have a lot more adventures ahead of us."

Nova let out another growl as if in agreement. Stella hopped down from Orion's shoulder and rubbed her head against his cheek, a sign of affection.

Orion laughed, feeling a sense of joy and contentment that he hadn't felt in a long time. He knew that he had found his true calling as a Beast Tamer and that he had formed a bond with his Beasts that would last a lifetime.

He looked at them and felt that they were stronger now. It must be thanks to his Primordial Mastery talent that let them be stronger, but it seemed that there was still a long time until they evolved again.

As he settled down to rest, Nova and Stella curled up beside him, their warm bodies a comforting presence. Orion closed his eyes, feeling grateful for the journey he had taken so far and looking forward to the adventures that lay ahead.

He drifted off to sleep, feeling at peace with himself and the world. In his dreams, he saw himself traveling through different lands, exploring new territories, and facing challenges that would test his skills as a Beast Tamer.

But he was not alone. Nova and Stella were always by his side, their loyalty and strength a constant source of comfort and support. Together, they faced each challenge head-on, knowing that they had the power and determination to overcome any obstacle.

Orion woke up feeling refreshed and energized, ready to take on whatever challenges lay ahead. He knew that he still had much to learn and that the journey would not be easy, but he was ready for it.

He got dressed and headed towards his classroom, where he found his fellow Beast Tamers waiting for Professor Sorenson to arrive.

As soon as Professor Sorenson walked in, the students fell silent, eager to hear what he had to say.

"Good morning, class," he said, his eyes scanning the room. "I have some exciting news to share with all of you."

Orion felt his heart race with anticipation. He had a feeling that this was going to be something important.

"As you all know, the Beast Tamer Academy is hosting a friendly competition against Skywing Academy in just a few days," Professor Sorenson said, his voice filled with pride. "And I am happy to announce you that you will be tasked to defend our honor and show the world what we're made of."

Orion felt a surge of excitement and determination. He knew that this was their chance to prove themselves and show the world why Apex Academy was the strongest academy.

"Your mission is to give it your all and show Skywing Academy what we're made of," Professor Sorenson continued. "We have been training hard for this, and I have no doubt that we will come out on top."

After the announcement, the students broke off into groups, talking excitedly about the upcoming competition.

"I can't believe we get to compete against Skywing Academy," one student said, her eyes wide with excitement.

"It's going to be tough, but I know we can do it," another student replied, his voice filled with determination.

Orion found himself in a conversation with Maya, one of his closest friends at the academy.

"I'm so nervous," Maya said, biting her lip. "What if we don't do well?"

Orion put a reassuring hand on her shoulder. "We will do well," he said firmly. "We've been training hard for this, and we're going to give it our all."

Maya smiled, feeling reassured by Orion's confidence. "You're right," she said. "We've got this."

As they walked through the halls of the academy, they could feel the excitement building. Everyone was talking about the competition, and the energy in the air was electric.

"I can't wait to see what kind of flying beasts Skywing Academy has," Maya said, her eyes sparkling with anticipation.

Orion nodded in agreement. "It's going to be a tough competition, but we're ready for it."

As they approached their dormitory, they saw some of their teammates gathered around, discussing strategies for the competition.

"We need to focus on our defense," one of them said, his voice serious. "Skywing Academy's flying beasts are fast and agile, but they're not as strong as ours. We need to use that to our advantage."

The others nodded, agreeing with his assessment.

Orion and Maya joined the group, and together they discussed various strategies and techniques.

As the days passed, the tension grew. They knew that the competition was going to be tough, and they were all determined to do their best.

During their strategy sessions, Orion couldn't help but notice that Maya only had one Spirit Beast with her, a powerful Primordial Beast that she had raised since she was a child.

"Maya, do you have a second Spirit Beast?" he asked, curious.

Maya shook her head. "No, not yet. I've been focusing all my energy on raising my first Beast, and I haven't had time to look for a second one."

Orion nodded, understanding her situation. Maya came from a highly influential family, and they had high expectations for her. It was no surprise that she had put all her effort into raising a powerful and strong Beast.

"That makes sense," he said, a small smile on his face. "Your Beast is incredibly strong, after all. But if you ever decide to look for a second one, I'm sure you'll find one that's just as amazing."

Maya smiled back, feeling grateful for Orion's support. "Thanks, Orion. I appreciate it."

As they walked back to their dormitory, Maya couldn't help but feel a pang of guilt. She knew that she should have a second Spirit Beast by now, but she had been so focused on raising her first one that she hadn't made the effort to search for another.

Orion noticed Maya's hesitation and offered to help her in her search for a second Beast. "Why don't we go to the Beast Market near the academy tomorrow? Maybe we can find a suitable Beast there," he suggested.

Maya's face lit up with gratitude. "That's a great idea, Orion. Thank you so much for offering to help." That was how the plan was made for them to go to the beast market.

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