The Living Armor being able to move despite having no head was within my expectations.
Because of that, I didn’t hesitate and attacked mercilessly. We won’t stop attacking until it’s completely stopped moving.
However, the orichalcum wires had weights attached to both ends, so we can’t hide it.
Therefore, by using decoy weights, I tried having them fall into a situation where they thought that they’d avoided the wires.
To be specific, the final orichalcum wire that the Black Armor was a [Half Set] that the Sahagins concealed by holding the weights directly. There was nothing between the weights, so they had to avoid getting found out.
There may have been a sense of something being wrong like the surrounding monsters’ movements being off or their speed being too slow or maybe something else, but it’d be absurd to think that they’d both realize and perfectly cope with it their first time seeing it. It’s the so-called death by ignorance. I mean, they should’ve at least dodged up or down.
I read about this a while back in a manga. In the middle of the night, there were [two] cars with a single headlight on each rushing towards a victim. If the victim avoided it thinking that there was only [one] car, he would’ve been run over by the second car. The manga’s protagonist, a master sniper, realized that there were two engine sounds though.
Well, we were able to get to the Dummy Core after destroying the Black Armor, so we didn’t need to go out of the way and purposely kill Core 666. As expected, it was in the armor.[Looks like the game’s over. Congratulations, Team Sovereign! It’s your victory!]
[Father] spoke. Looks like we really won. I was a bit doubtful about it since the last bit went so fast, but it definitely happened since the judgement call came out.
Core 666 was wrapped in light and disappeared. [Father] probably returned her.
… Oi, is it alright to leave the leftover bits of that armor here?
“We did it, Kehma! We won! Yaaaay!”
Rokuko shouted out, cheering while bouncing up and down in delight. Are you a kid?
“I get that you’re happy, so calm down a bit.”
“Fu fufufu fu fu fu, this is my win as well as Haku Ane-sama’s! Double the happiness! There’s no way I could calm down!”
“Then just calm down twice.”
I just stopped her bouncing by holding my hand against the top of her head for now.
I mean, I could see what was under her skirt. It was immodest. Even though I have a foot fetish, that doesn’t mean I dislike other things. Thighs and b.u.t.ts are good too.
“Meat, Ichika, good work to you two as well.”
“That was tiring…”
“I’ll be expectin’ a suitable bonus~”
After operating the Golems and sending detailed instructions to the Sahagins and Gargoyles, the two girls were on the ground, exhausted.
Once our victory was determined, Haku-san smiled.
“That went smoothly now, didn’t it, Kehma-san? I thought you would give 666 the finishing blow for certain, though.”
“Hahaha, I wasn’t something we needed to do to win after all.”
Would I really be a Hero after destroying a Dungeon Core? I was worried about what would’ve happened to me, who was also a Dungeon Master, but I mainly didn’t want to increase my troubles by purposely killing a core belonging to the Demon King faction. In the first place, it’d be an indirect destruction through using a monster, so it wouldn’t have done anything.
… No, something still might happen after I go to sleep and wake up. I can’t relax yet! 
A communication came from Team Demon King.
When I approved it and connected, a monitor that looked like a full size mirror showing Core 666 appeared in the air. She’s wearing that same red dress from when she disappeared from the dungeon a bit ago.
Rokuko threw out her chest in pride.
Seeing that, Core 666 smiled in delight.
Oi, Rokuko, are you sure? This friend of yours is the battle junkie-type that’d cut you from behind with a smile on her face.
My eyes met with Core 666’s through the monitor… at least I think she’s looking at me? Well, it’s probably being transmitted?
As she said that, Core 666—Aidi, turned towards me.[Are that dungeon’s gimmicks due to you?]
I tried to trick her through a bit of deception, but it looks like she caught me.[Let’s do this again sometime.]
Uwaaah, she’s not understanding me. So troublesome…[Even so, it’s vexing that I was so close to the end.]
… She’s pretty sharp. In truth, there had only been a core room passed it.
“I’m fine with answering that, but I’d like to asked a question instead. How did that sword stop the orichalcum? Is it made of good materials?”
[Hmph. Alright. Even though I’m the one to say it, it’s just made of ordinary magic iron. I gave the magic sword the [Indestructible] ability to deal with the orichalcum—though with you asking that, could it be that human-type cores don’t have the [Enhancement] option in the menu?]
Enhancement… was there something like that? Have I not unlocked it? Or maybe it doesn’t exist for us in the first place?[At the least, magic sword-type cores have [Enhancement] entries that they can use to strengthen themselves by using DP. I used almost all of this Dungeon Battle’s DP to purchase [Indestructible]—ah, that should be enough of a reward (service) to the victor? Now for you to answer my question.]
I attached it to the ammonite’s sh.e.l.l and had it always dart about underwater.
In truth, particularly when Core 666 entered the Monster House, I had it go outside of the dungeon (but still inside of the domain) through a flood room and hide near lower levels.
I saw a boy with dark red hair behind Aidi. If Aidi’s were like fresh blood, his was more like blood that had darkened after sitting for a while… is that her master? If he’s human, he’s even younger than me.
“Are you her master? … A human?”
[Yeah. You too? This is my first time seeing a human master… Given your appearance, you’re from another world?]
Come to think of it, I’m in my jersey. Did I just give them extra intel?
“Yeah, this is my world’s pajamas.”
[Pajamas…? Wearing pajamas for a Dungeon Battle… what a strange person.]
“Umu. They’re easy to relax in. Isn’t it important to be relaxed during a challenge?”
[… Well, whatever. It won’t matter next time… I’ll cut it.] 
When I tried to say something like ‘Yeah, see you next time~’, their master swung the sword that was hanging at his waist. The mirror-like monitor disappeared with a shattering sound… I guess that was him ‘cutting it’? 
Even though I was wanting to talk a bit more with a fellow human master…
Ah, but I guess I gave killing him in that Dungeon Battle a bit of thought, didn’t I? I mean, killing the Dungeon Core is the same as killing the Dungeon Master.
Well, it’s all good. With this much, we’re acquaintances now. In this world, that amount of blood lust is normal. Normal, I say.
“Ah, wait, Kehma. Can I talk with Team Dragon King?”
“Hmm? You have something you want to talk with them about?”
“Just a bit.”
“Sure then, go ahead.”
I didn’t really have a reason to refuse her, so I gave her my permission.
The mirror appeared once again, so it looks like they approved it. Ah, that’s a huge snake. There’s even a slug and a frog standing next to it.
The monitor disappeared just like how an old TV would turn off.
I guess I was wrong earlier about him saying he was going to turn it off? 
“… Phew… that was refreshing!”
“Y-yeah. Good job.”
“This was all thanks to Kehma! Thank you, Kehma!”
Rokuko smiled in such a way that it looked like a major weight was lifted from her, a true smile.
I couldn’t say anything in response to her, so I just patted her head.
A communication from [Father] appeared… Is it here?
Reward time, that is.