“We’re short on talented individuals, so let them stay if they want to. Establish a subsidiary guild named Darklaws and let Mr. Adler be the leader.” Dustin decided.
“Got it.” Nelson nodded.
“Oh, right. It isn’t good that our guild is expanding so quickly. We need to slow things down and cut down on the recruitment. We need to move our headquarters to accommodate our growing numbers. I’ll leave this to you,” Dustin instructed.
“I’ve already considered the issue about our headquarters and picked out a location, but I’m not sure if it’s to your liking,” Nelson replied.
“Really? Where did you pick?” Dustin raised an eyebrow.
“It’s called Zephyr Lodge. It’s located on the city’s outskirts.”
Seeing Dustin’s confusion, Nelson elaborated. “It used to be the estate of a count, so it’s spacious and has good scenery. Transportation there is smooth as well. I searched high and low. This place seemed like the best option.”
“Not bad. You must have put in a lot of thought for this. Well, let’s go with your idea. Kirin Gang’s new headquarters will be there.” Dustin decided.
“Thank you, Sir!” Nelson was overjoyed.
He didn’t expect Dustin to agree to his idea so readily. He couldn’t help feeling touched by how much Dustin trusted him.
“While we’re on the topic of managing the gang, I just thought of the friend I recently made who’s clever and talented. She should be able to help you,” Abigail suddenly said.
“Really? Who?” Dustin was curious.
“She happens to be the sparring partner here. Follow me!” Abigail pulled Dustin into the dojo.
Several of Flame Dragon Gang’s skilled fighters surrounded a gorgeous woman in the battle ring.
The woman wore skin-tight clothes that showed off her curves and perfect legs, tempting the men. Still, despite her looks, she could take on all the men easily.
Using her legs like whips, she swept anyone who approached her off their feet so none of the men could get close to her.
“Damn it! They’re useless!” Nelson swore under his breath, his expression uncomfortable. He was embarrassed to show Dustin a bunch of men being beaten up by a woman.
There were thuds as all the Flame Dragon Gang disciples fell, allowing the woman to win.
“What do you think? She’s awesome, isn’t she?” Abigail asked proudly.
Dustin didn’t reply. His eyes were glued to the woman on the platform. He looked like he didn’t trust her.
“Hey, come here for a second. Let me introduce you to someone.” Abigail waved the lady over.
“Okay.” With a small smile, the lady brushed off the sweat on her forehead and walked off the battle ring.
“Let me introduce you to—
Dustin cut Abigail off. “No need for introductions. I know her.”
“You do?” Abigail was surprised.
“Are you trying to flirt with me?” The woman smiled.
“Quit acting. You might have changed your looks, but your scent didn’t change. Aren’t I right, Azalea Larson?”