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It didn't hurt as much the other times. The more it happened, the less it was shocking. He hadn't felt the need to rush to his chamber for Progars, but he did for this one. Not because it was gruesome, but because of the meteorite. He had to check the levels and steer the ship, after all.

The arena had indeed dropped by a few hundred meters, and was at a less stable angle. He fiddled with some controls, and the circle powering the building rewrote itself in real time, restoring the previous altitude and the previous orientation.

This would be much faster than planned. There were only two matches left. Pyrona and Pyrzagal, then Podyasis and the winner of the previous match. Soon it would be over.