The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 101

𝐁𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐬

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟏𝟎𝟏: 𝐁𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐬

Believe it or not, it’s been a month since I returned to the Clan House.

“Ah, my nostalgic home.”

After saying my goodbyes at the Adventurer’s Guild following the end of reinforcements to the Masrur Kingdom, I was criticized by Jennifer for not bringing any souvenirs from the Eastern Continent. But now, I have comfortably returned to my waterwheel spinning house.

Strange. I didn’t used to feel this joy of coming home.

Indeed, a proper house is nice.

And having someone who manages it well is wonderful.

“Welcome back, everyone.”

Anita, who had been tending to a flower bed that had been created while we were away, noticed us coming from the town and greeted us with a full smile.

“I’m back, Anita!”

Asuka rushes in for a hug right away.

You, be careful.

If you hug her with all your strength, you’ll crush Anita’s delicate body.

“Why are you worried? Mother.”

Miliaria looked at me with disbelief.

“It’s reassuring to have everyone back. Recently, the nights have been scary.”

While distributing drinks to us who had gathered in the living room after unpacking, Anita spoke.

Apparently, undead monsters have been lurking around.

The Clan House, including its premises, is covered by a holy barrier set up by Meisha, so impure undead cannot enter, but it’s a fact that it feels creepy to have such things wandering around.

“Every night It call for Lionel. It seems the voice is getting louder, it’s creepy.”

“Me, huh?”

It’s quite a specific target, but as an adventurer, there are countless opportunities to earn someone’s resentment.

There must be so many people who resent me that I could sweep them away.

“Isn’t it the ghost of a woman you made cry, Neldan-san?”

With a slight chuckle, I give Meg, who is teasing, a light chop on the head.

Don’t say things that sound bad.

I’ve been made to cry, but I’ve never made anyone cry.

Probably.

“Well, if it’s targeting me specifically, it’s easier. I’ll exterminate it tonight.”

Saying so, I wave my hand and head to my room.

I’ll sleep now to recover from the journey’s fatigue.

In the dead of night, I am awakened by the howling wind.

No, rather, it’s a voice calling me, mingling with it.

“I must have slept soundly. That must mean I was really tired.”

Scratching my head vigorously, I got out of bed.

I stretched lightly and put on my gear.

“Alright. Let’s go.”

I’ve been summoned.

I should go meet them.

As I opened the door with a click, five people were already waiting in the hallway, ready for battle.

“You didn’t have to accompany me.”

A bitter smile crosses my face.

“What if you get hurt again!”

For some reason, Asuka is angry with me.

Strange.

When did I become the one to be protected?

“Well, you see.”

Even if I wanted to argue, I had once been seriously injured and caused trouble for everyone. I couldn’t act too high and mighty. 

Meisha pats my tense waist lightly.

“It would be a lie if you said I wasn’t going to join the undead extermination.”

Indeed, a priest is essential.

We head towards the entrance in a group.

Along the way, Anita bows her head and wishes us luck.

“Let’s go, everyone.”

With that, I open the front door.

“Liooooneeeellllllllllll.”

I hear a voice clearly calling my name.

Moreover, it’s a voice I remember very well.

“Luke. . . . . . .”

I can’t help but mutter.

In front of me, trying to enter the clan house and being repeatedly repelled by the barrier, making a pitiful sound, was my best friend whom I had once killed.

Has he become a wandering ghost?

“. . . . . . . . . . . . .”

I let out a light breath and unleash Flame Cut.

I stare straight at Luke’s ghost and take one step, then another, closer.

Don’t hesitate. You’re pathetic.

You’re not like that, are you?

Recognizing my approach, Luke’s ghost looks at me.

“Lionel! Lionel! Lionel!”

The ghost looks delighted.

“Please! Exorcise me!”

“What?”

I let out a dumbfounded voice.

A ghost asking to be exorcised is a bit too innovative.

“Hurry! Otherwise, I’ll be forced to do evil again!”

“I don’t understand what you mean. But, I’ll grant your wish.”

I brace myself and prepare Flame Cut.

With maximum instantaneous power, I run through,

“Swift!”

In a flash.

I split the ghost in two.

“I’m sorry. . . . . . I’ve caused you trouble again. . . . . . .”

“You always rely on me when you’re in trouble.”

“Thank you. . . . . . My friend. . . . . . .”

“It’s okay. Friend.”

I had a brief conversation with Luke as he faded away.

The girls come running.

With worried faces.

“I’m fine.”

I smiled at each of them as I stroked their heads.

More to reassure them than anything else, because nothing is over yet.

Before I knew it, I was standing in a meadow, glaring at a man who was clapping in a contrived manner.

“Well, that was a touching story of friendship. How does it feel to have killed your best friend twice? Lionel-kun.”

He looks like a gentleman, but his mocking eyes and faint smile ruin everything.

“It’s great. I’m so excited I could kill you right now. You who desecrate the dead.”

I pointed the tip of Flame Cut at the man.


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