While Yun Jian heard about Gale Mercenaries, Meng Lin on the side had gasped, “Gale Mercenaries? I know about it! It’s formed by the states of alliance and managed by Gale Global Co.!”
“I also heard that Gale Mercenaries that’s under Gale Global recruits for elites all over the world throughout the year, but there are only so many who would get accepted! Your uncle’s actually from there? That’s so cool!”
Meng Lin was dumbstruck since she had heard of Gale Mercenaries’ reputation.
To the girl, she was only a regular school student. Although she learned judo and was a seasoned practitioner, she was reverent of an international entity like Gale Mercenaries.
The biggest difference between Gale Mercenaries and Gu Sha Mercenaries was not just their name. It was the fact that Gale Mercenaries was managed by Gale Global Co. while Gu Sha Mercenaries was an underground organization that shared a similar identity as assassin organizations like An Hun Group.
There was another stark contrast—members of Gu Sha were basically made up of assassins. Gu Sha Mercenaries recruited international elites as well but their executive members were all killers who had survived brutal training. Unless they were killed during their training, such people were talents who could handle dire situations whether in the global scene or anywhere else they were placed.
Zuo Linwei, who was just there when Meng Li lauded, was more or less embarrassed when he heard her. After all, he had retired now and simply wanted to run a taekwondo gym in Longmen City, spending the rest of his life peacefully this way.
Moreover, he was a small fry in Gale Mercenaries despite his identity as a member. There were a load of elites and prodigies in the organization. While Zuo Linwei was undeniably competent for making it into the mercenaries, someone of his level would be outshone in a place where talent overflowed like Gale Mercenaries. It was just the reality.
It was also why Zuo Linwei was embarrassed when Meng Lin complimented him.
A lot of the taekwondo students perked up their ears at the girl’s flattery. Those who learned here were keen to find out all about their instructor’s ability, so those who were around were curious as well.
Meng Lin did not mean any harm. She had just blurted what she knew from the surprise.
However, there was a youngster around 20 years old who looked quite like a thug among Zuo Linwei’s students who asked the man flippantly in order to put on an all-knowing mask, “Coach Zuo, I know a bit about these international mercenaries too. There are a few teams in Gale Mercenaries, right? I wonder what was the name of the team you were in.”
There were indeed several teams in Gale Mercenaries. Like the Advance Special Forces, Ge Junjian was the main commander while Yun Jian’s Team Monarch was only a team out of many other ASF teams.
Gale Mercenaries segregated its members this way as well. Each assassin organization or mercenaries had their own method of management but Gale Mercenaries, in particular, divided its members into teams.
Since he was questioned on this, Zuo Linwei did not shy away from answering, “Rampant.”
He was from the Rampant Corps.