Chapter 412: The Truth of Norn
Winning probability: 51%.
Draw probability: 28%.
Failure probability: 21%
This was what Alpha calculated from the game with Norn the God of Wisdom.
In the face of Norn the God of Wisdom on the Starry Sky Chessboard, 51% of winning probability was unprecedented, however, it was abnormal to Cyber Elf Alpha.
Her computing power was hundreds of times stronger than Norn’s, and she had put every chess piece onto the most suitable place on the chessboard. How can Norn the God of Wisdom have any chance to reverse the situation?
Which part is wrong? Is there a flaw in my equations?
Cyber Elf Alpha ordered, then the engineers of the Mechanus God’s Domain started to get busy with work again.
One Planet Quadrant Computer after another started to self-scan with loud roars.
Every second Cyber Elf Alpha spent on the Starry Sky Chessboard, the resource she consumed could make a small country go bankrupt.
This was the necessary price to launch Cyber Elf Alpha, it was the feature of this newborn cyber god.
At the same time, in the Caduceus of Loren the God of Wisdom, three small light points were looking at the huge Starry Sky Chessboard gloomily.
This was a secret no one knew, Norn the God of Wisdom wasn’t “one person”. To be precise, the one-eyed old man and the young man were both the real Norn’s disguises.
The real Norn was a trinitarian god, it was the avatar of three goddesses who revived after the Twilight of the Gods.
The first goddess was “Urd”, the big sister of the three goddesses. Her name represented “past” and “death”, she was the most exalted one of the three.
Urd had short silver hair and brown skin, because her mother was a giant, the queen of the giant kingdom.
The second goddess was “Verthandi”, the middle sister of the three goddesses. Her name represented “present” and “fate”.
Verthandi had soft black long hair and snow white skin. She was a standard god in the era of the Twilight of the Gods.
The third goddess was “Skuld”, the younger sister of the three goddesses. Her name represented “future”, and she was the most optimistic one of the Norns.
Skuld had golden braids and a cute face. Her properties were average, because her bloodline was from giant and god both.
They were the descendants of Ymir, the natural goddesses who were bred by Yggdrasil.
Norn wasn’t just one person, but Norns, this was the reason why Norn was the strongest mage, because his power was from three goddesses.
Why could Norn stand firmly and fight steadily on the Starry Sky Chessboard? Because Norns could observe their opponent from past, present, and future at the same time, so they could design the most perfect countermeasure.
Even Orfina couldn’t defeat Norn, because her strategy was totally undisguised in the eyes of the three goddesses.
However, Norn the God of Wisdom faced their biggest challenge today.
Cyber Elf Alpha’s computing power was too strong. Even Norns felt the strain in the face of Alpha.
Even though they could predict what Alpha would do after 5 rounds, they didn’t understand the meaning of Alpha’s moves.
They could see her chess pieces, but couldn’t understand the implication behind them!
It was really a long-lost experience for the Norns, it was an unknown state they tasted before when they faced the existences that were beyond the legend rank!
In the entire Western God’s Domain, only one person could let Norns have this feeling.
Ionia, the god above all gods, the master of the entire Western God’s Domain!
Of course, Cyber Elf Alpha couldn’t have touched the realm of the god above all gods, however, her computing power was also beyond the limit of Norns.
Cyber Elf Alpha’s doubt was also the three goddesses’ doubt.
Something was incongruous!
At the 100th round, Cyber Elf Alpha finally found the most suitable method by increasing her computing power.
The Sea of Chaos, the unique skill of Black Mage.
The more chaotic the situation on the chessboard, the higher computing power the chess players needed to put into use.
Norn the God of Wisdom didn’t make any mistake, however, “he” was still defeated.
Although the three goddesses could predict the following 5 rounds of the game, however, they didn’t understand Alpha’s line of thought, which caused them to waste too much time.
And this was the turning point to determine the last winner.
Till the 130th round, Norn’s chess pieces on the chessboard were just slightly less than Alpha’s. The situation was still uncertain.
At this time, the fatal problem appeared.
Norn had almost run out of time.
Star Go actually had a time limit. Because Norn spent much more time in thinking than Cyber Elf Alpha, his time was first to run out.
The 150th round, Norn finally conceded.
Norn had only about 10 seconds. The three goddesses knew that they couldn’t win within 10 seconds.
By using her strong computing power, Cyber Elf Alpha finally defeated the strongest chess player, ascending the throne of the Starry Sky Chessboard!
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