“Let me know if there is anything that I can do. I will help with the demon rats and goblins if you need it.”
“Oh, no. We wouldn’t ask you, Mister Locke, to do something so insignificant as that.”
“I wouldn’t mind, as long as I wasn’t busy with something else. Don’t be so modest.”
“…Thank you. Well, maybe will call you for help sometime then.”
And then Shia said to Nia,
“Nia. Is this all of your belongings?”
“Then we will go to the inn. We must hurry, or they will be out of rooms.”
“Yes, let’s hurry.”
I stopped Shia just then.
“Well, wait. Milka is making dinner now. You should eat with us.”
“And you don’t have to go to an inn, you can stay with us. We have extra rooms.”
“But, we can’t rely on your hospitality forever. I intend on getting a room quickly.”
Up until now, Shia had mostly stayed at inns.
And since Nia was here, she was thinking of borrowing a room.
“Don’t worry about that now. You should stay here as if it were your own house.
“Or you could come to my house? We have empty rooms as well.”
“I couldn’t do that either.”
I could understand how Shia felt.
I had wanted to get out of Goran’s house as soon as possible as well.
“I think you should stay here until you find a new room, at least.”
“See, even Grulf wants you to stay.”
Grulf was running in a circle around Shia and Nia.
“Thank you. If you insist, we will accept your kind offer.”
“Mister Locke! Thank you!”
“Yes, stay as long as you like. Considering we have to protect Lord Gerberga and eventually, Philly, it would be good having you here, Shia.”
“That’s very kind of you to say… Thank you.”
Shia’s tail wagged slowly.
Translator: Chapter 100!
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