The Saint of the Labyrinth Is Adored by Monsters~ Though I Was Exiled and Left to Die in the Forest of Abyss, I Offered Prayers to God and Before I Knew It, It Became a Sanctuary – Chapter 58

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟓𝟖: 𝐓𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝐚𝐬 𝐆𝐨𝐝 𝐄𝐯𝐞𝐧 𝐢𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐃𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐟 𝐂𝐢𝐭𝐲

We are in the ice country of Kai・Pagos.

In order to preach to the Rotten Princess, we decided to stop by the city of the mountain dwarves, Nisaraki, on our way.

『Big Sister! It’s terrible! There are lots of armed mountain dwarves!』

Outside the city’s outer walls.

Before our eyes were mountain dwarves holding weapons.

Everyone, their expressions reveal fear and hostility.

What could be the matter?

“Hey, hey, you there, beast tamer!”

“Beast tamer. . . . . .? Who could that be. . . . . .?”

“It’s you, you! The brown-haired woman there!”

One of the mountain dwarves said that.

Well. . . . . .indeed, I have brown hair, but. . . . . .

I’m not a beast tamer, though. . . . . .

“Where, where?”

“It’s you! Are you messing with us?!”

“No. . . . . .I am not a beast tamer, but a saint of the Celestial Guidance Church, named Kyrie・Inori.”

“A saint. . . . . .? Of Celestial. . . . . .?”

The Celestial Guidance Church is the largest religion in this world.

Its name must be known in Kai・Pagos.

Being its saint, they should surely lower their guard.

“Don’t lie! Why is the saint of Celestial. . . . . .no, a demon, leading such a beast. . . . . .?!!!!!”

“Y, Yes, indeed. . . . . .!”

“Don’t affirm it! Are you mocking me, you. . . . . .?!”

Oh dear, what shall we do?

It seems the mountain dwarves think we’re enemies.

What to do. . . . . .Should we try praying to God?

But relying on God for a human dispute like this might be wrong.

God must be busy.

Then. . . . . .

“【Kimuzukaji】! Listen to me!”

“Kimuzukaji. . . . . .?”

Eh, what?

Who?

Then, the mountain dwarf Mr. Gankoji, who was riding the great gray wolf, stood before me.

“Kimuzukaji!”

“B, Big brother. . . . . .?”

Big brother. . . . . .?

Mr. Kimuzukaji is the mountain dwarf who suspected me.

He called Mr. Gankoji his Big brother.

So. . . . . .

“That mountain dwarf is Mr. Gankoji’s. . . . . .?”

“Yes, he’s my younger brother.”

While remaining cautious, only Mr. Kimuzukaji came over to us.

“Big brother. . . . . .? Really, big brother. . . . . .?”

Mr. Kimuzukaji looked at his brother, as if he couldn’t believe it.

“But. . . . . .big brother was. . . . . .all ragged. . . . . .”

It seems Mr. Kimuzukaji knew about his situation.

He was shut in the workshop, making artifacts while being worn out.

“Yes, but this young lady, the saint. . . . . .Goddess Kyrie helped me.”

“Kyrie. . . . . .a Goddess?!”

No, I’m not a Goddess, but. . . . . .

It seems like interrupting would make things worse, so I just listen to the brothers’ conversation.

“Yes, a Goddess. Not only did she heal my body. . . . . .look.”

Quickly, Mr. Gankoji showed the back of his right hand to his younger brother Mr. Kimuzukaji.

He opened his eyes wide.

“T, That’s the Gold Hand?! Ah, big brother. . . . . .?! But. . . . . .it didn’t manifest before?!”

“Hmm. However, it’s something Goddess Kyrie has bestowed upon me. . . . . .”

“Wow. . . . . .! That is. . . . . .amazing!”

May you be called to Heaven, our God Noire.

Please forgive the mistakes of your believers.

It seems to have become my achievement.

Even though it’s thanks to you.

Please overlook it with a tolerant heart.

“To cure an incurable disease, and even grant power. . . . . .I understood!”

Mr. Kimuzukaji kneels on the spot, touching his forehead to the ground.

His face is plunged into the snow, so it looks cold. . . . . .

“I’m sorry! Miss! No, Goddess Kyrie. . . . . .! I thought you were the enemy! Even though you protected us from that magical golem and zombie dog!”

“D, Don’t worry. . . . . .You were upset, right? In the battle.”

Well, it can’t be helped.

Besides, if a stranger suddenly comes, you’d be surprised, wouldn’t you?

“Oh! What a kind. . . . . .and generous Goddess! Right, brother?”

“Yes, Goddess Kyrie is very kind, strong, and yet generous. . . . . .”

“Hahaha!”

. . . . . .Oh, enough.

Even here, I’m treated as a Goddess.

I keep saying stop. . . . . .Even though I’m not a Goddess. . . . . .

Why does this happen. . . . . .?

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