10 Years After – 142


Milka and Philly were surprised.


“I could tell because of the smell.”
“Me too.”


It seemed that Shia and Nia already knew, because they had a sharp sense of smell.

However, they had sensed that there was a reason behind it, and so they had not said anything.


“I also thought that it was the case.”
“You did? Serulis?”

“I’m not saying I knew. I just suspected.”

“And what made you suspect it?”

“Because she’s so cute. The face and voice is that of a girl!”


Serulis had also suspected it but not said anything.


“I see. I didn’t notice…”



Goran and I had not suspected anything.


“As for why you had to hide it…is there a reason?”

“…I told you about how everyone in my tribe was killed…”



Luchila’s tribe worshipped Lord Gerberga, and they were all killed in an attack by the dark ones.

Luchila was the sole survivor and had to protect Lord Gerberga.


“The area I was living in had meetings among the chiefs of each tribe, and only men were allowed to go.”


“The lord of the land said so.”


That seemed rather ridiculous. I would like to see what this person looked like.

They had similar meetings for chiefs among the beastkin as well.


“Shia. What about your tribe?”

“Women can go to the chief meetings without a problem. I have gone instead of my father a few times!”


Now that I think of it, she had talked about it before.

Shia had appeared at the meeting about hunting the High Lords in Danton’s place.


“Right? It’s normally like that.”


Luchila said seriously.


“While I am alone, my tribe still exists. I intend to go to the chief’s council when I am old enough…”

“I see. And so that is why you were pretending to be a boy.”

“Yes. I am sorry for deceiving you.”

“Don’t worry about it. And as for restoring your tribe, maybe Eric can help you with that.”

“Actually, Luchila. Weren’t you granted a knighthood?”

“Yes, I was.”


It was a reward for helping to fight the Vampire High Lords.

They had also been given to Shia and the chiefs of the beastkin tribes.


“Having a title means that you are the head of a household and should be able to join the council.”

“That’s true. This lord may be able to create such rules for commoners, but a knight is a noble.”


And so the lord of the land couldn’t force their own ideas onto a noble without good reason.

And if they fought over it, then the king would hear about it.

The king would likely let the privy council decide.


“And I happen to be a counselor there.”

“…That’s…that’s right…”


Luchila said. Then tears started to fall from her eyes.

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  1. We didn’t really knew, but we suspected that was the reason Luchila avoided bathing with other people.

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