Luchila was waiting close by.
“Uh, yes. But I really don’t know much…”
‘Miss Luchila, I would be grateful for any information no matter how small. Please.’
And so Luchila started to explain. While it had been brief, she had analyzed quite a lot.
Morris was quite impressed.
“That’s all I know. Did you realize anything else, Mister Locke?”
Luchila had noticed that I was watching too.
“Indeed. But you learned a lot in a short amount of time. I don’t have much to add.”
“But if I were to add one thing…”
And so I told Morris what Luchila had failed to realize.
“That’s amazing. I didn’t notice that…”
‘Very good, Locke. And of course, you too, Luchila.’
“What do you think? Can you do it?”
‘I was able to gain more information than I was expecting. So I think it should be fine.’
Once we had finished exchanging information about the bomb, Morris said:
‘…Mister Locke. I hope that my son isn’t causing you too much trouble?’
Morris sounded very worried. Of course, he was talking about Mors.
Mors had stayed at Danton’s mansion in order to help strengthen it.
“Mors was a great help to us. Thank you.”
“Yes. Mors did amazingly. He did so much.”
Kathe also gave her approval.
‘I am glad to hear that. By the way, where is he now?’
Perhaps Morris wanted to talk to his son.
“We had him stay with Danton.”
‘Did he do something wrong…’
“No, it’s not like that. I told him that I didn’t mind, but he refused to ride on my back.”
‘I see. Well, that is only proper. It would have been unforgivable for him to ride on your back, Your Majesty.’
‘…Kathe. When will you learn? You are the Wind Dragon Ruler.’
Dorgo had been quiet up until now, but he broke his silence in order to scold Kathe.
Apparently, riding on someone’s back had a significant meaning in dragon culture.
“Hmph. But it’s faster that way…”
Kathe did not seem very moved by their opinions.
“To us, riding on someone’s back carries a special meaning.”
Just then, Dorgo’s voice could be heard from the sky.