In the previous chapter, we saw Eugene Lionhart face an unexpected and emotional encounter. Eugene is confused by a stranger’s strong reaction to his monument. This guy claims to be a descendant of Eugene, which raises an intriguing question regarding Eugene’s relationship with Sir Hamel. A complicated family history is revealed when the stranger, Xenos, admits during the conversation that he is a follower of Sir Hamel.
Eugene knew that he was descended from one branch of the family; he was the second son of Sir Vermouth, who had learned his trade from Sir Hamel. By imparting these abilities, Vermouth was able to create a devoted army that ruled over the main family as well as its offshoots. After learning this information, Eugene began to question Vermouth’s intentions in teaching Hamel’s methods. The strange man, Xenos, sheds light on Eugene’s ancestry and reveals the geopolitical motives for the dissemination of these powerful skills.
When the family secret comes to light, Xenos begs Eugene to reveal Sir Hamel’s secret letter. He uses Dame Carmen and Eugene’s previous battle as an example of Hamel’s methods. Eugene’s remarkable combat intuition and mastery of mana lead Xenos to believe that he may have obtained the secret text.
Xenos offers an unexpected solution to the debate about their discipleship. According to Xenos, he sacrificed the secret text during the Death Knight’s attack after memorizing it. Surprisingly, Xenos offers to teach Eugene what he might be missing and suggests comparative tactics. Let’s see when chapter 78 of Damned Rebirth will be released, when and where to read it.
In Damned Rebirth, Chapter 77, Eugene Lionhart is confused by a visitor acting strangely next to his monument. A stranger claiming to be Eugene’s ancestor questions whether Eugene has any connection to Sir Hamel, a historical figure. As the conversation progresses, it becomes clear that the stranger, Xenos, is a student of Sir Hamel and that he has a complicated relationship with Eugene.
Xenos reveals that he is descended from a branch of the family that learned tactics from Lord Hamel and Lord Vermouth, who wanted to raise a dedicated army to rule over both the main family and its branches. This knowledge causes Eugene to research their family dynamic further and makes him wonder why Vermouth passed on Hamel’s skills.
Insinuating that he may have obtained it from Sir Hamel’s demonstration of skill in the fight between Eugene and Dame Carmen, he begs Eugene to reveal the secret text. Xenos commented on Eugene’s superior mana control and combat intuition, but he also hinted that learning Hamel’s methods was not an easy task. They talk about their roles as disciples, and Xenos suggests that if Eugene treats him like an elder brother, then he truly has Hamel’s tactics.
A Death Knight attack causes the Xenos to memorize and burn the secret text, despite Eugene’s skepticism. As Eugene and Xenos navigate their senior-junior relationship, the dynamic between Eugene and Xenos becomes more interesting. Xenos suggests comparing techniques and filling the gaps in Eugene’s knowledge.
In private, Xenos preferred more intimate addresses, but in public he emphasized formality. After settling terms, Xenos became Eugene’s brother. A series of skills passed down through the Xenos family, known as the Hamel Method, will be discussed in this chapter. Ten techniques are included, all with bombastic names such as Ignition, Thousand Thunder, Lightning Reflection, Asura Rampage, Lofty Dragon Explosion, Tornado, Dead End, Destructive Chi Kung, and Eternal Purgatory nine.
This chapter ends with Eugene and Xenos adapting to remember the ultimate ability, Eternal Purgatory. Eugene was stunned when he remembered these names and he erased them out of shame. As Eugene and Xenos prepare together, they illustrate Eugene’s saved wisdom and Xenos’ energetic identity. In addition to the careful preparation, the humor and banter between the characters highlight the interesting flow of Eugene and Xenos.
A stranger claims to be Eugene’s relative and a follower of Sir Hamel, and Eugene is confused by him. Their family history is mentioned and Xenos discovers that Vermouth taught his family the Hamel processes to control most of the family and other branches. He suggests Eugene may have the contents of Hamel’s mystery from his duel with Dame Carmen, and he asks Eugene about it.
Xenos asked Eugene to consider him an elder brother and a follower. Eugene is surprised to remember these names, which had been erased from his memory out of shame, despite initial skepticism. This chapter then investigates the colorfully named abilities within the Xenos family, part of the Hamel Strategy.
At the end of the chapter, Eugene and Xenos participate in a humorous training session to prepare for the final skill, Eternal Purgatory. Xenos’s boisterous 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 his techniques. Hamel in the future.
Release date and where to read
Chapter 78 of Damn Reincarnation will be released on December 7, 2023. Let’s take a look at the timing of Chapter 78 of Damn Reincarnation in different regions:
- Japan Standard Time: 22:00 Thursday, December 7, 2023
- Central European Time: 03:00 pm Thursday, December 7, 2023
- New York: 9:00 a.m. Thursday, December 7, 2023
- Singapore Standard Time: 09:00 pm Thursday, 7 December 2023
- Pacific Time: 6:00 a.m. Thursday, December 7, 2023
- Eastern European Time: 03:00 pm Thursday, December 7, 2023
Fans can read Chapter 78 of Damned Rebirth on Kakao and Tappytoon Pages.