The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 119

𝐎𝐧𝐞 𝐒𝐢𝐝𝐞 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐂𝐢𝐫𝐜𝐮𝐦𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐬

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟏𝟏𝟗: 𝐎𝐧𝐞 𝐒𝐢𝐝𝐞 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐂𝐢𝐫𝐜𝐮𝐦𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐬

Near the Akashil inn, there is a village called Morug, home to the beastkin tribe.

The two have gotten along pretty well until now.

The prey hunted by the beastkin would be sold to inns and taverns, turning into delicious dishes to delight travelers, and the beastkin would improve their living by earning cash income.

It’s a relationship of mutual benefit.

And, good relations became a curse on this occasion.

Dortl’s daughter fell in love with the son of the beastkin tribe’s chief.

It’s inter-species love.

Naturally, it’s opposed by those around them.

Even relationships between relatively close species such as demons and humans, elves and humans are spoken against. It’s impossible that a couple between a weretiger and a human would be blessed without any problems.

Families are in tears, and best friends make threats.

Overwhelmed with emotions, the two of them hold hands and elope.

“Wow! So romantic!”

Asuka irresponsibly rejoices and is knocked on the head by Miliaria.

If they had just acknowledged their relationship, seeing how desperate they were to elope, the beastkin would not have attacked the inn.

This love story, sadly, does not have a happy ending.

At this time, the Lintrite Royal Army was destroyed, and the royal territory became lawless.

“Nina and Athlei-kun were attacked by bandits and never returned.”

“No way. . . . . .!”

Asuka covers her mouth with both hands, and Meisha, sighing with an “Ah,” made a holy seal in front of her chest.

Sadly, it’s the most likely situation to be attacked.

It must have been night when they eloped. They must have rushed out of town and onto the highway. It’s no wonder they were thought to be carrying something valuable.

Of course, it’s no consolation if they were attacked because of it.

Dortl, noticing his daughter was not at home, went out to look for her, and what he found on the highway were the bodies of several thieves and the devastated young couple.

Athlei must have fought desperately to protect Nina.

He managed to take down five bandits by himself. But he was outnumbered and killed. Nina, deciding it was all over, took her own life with a dagger rather than become the plaything of a bandit.

Both the people of Akashil and the beastkin of Morug lamented and were saddened by this incident, and in their anger, they carried out a large-scale bandit hunt. They executed every bandit lurking in the vicinity, but that doesn’t bring Athlei and Nina back.

Dortl’s grief over losing his daughter was deep, but Rasil, the chief of Morug, suffered even more.

After all, he lost his heir.

After killing all the bandits who were directly responsible, Rasir’s resentment turned towards the humans.

He accused Nina, who seduced his son, of being a poison woman and vowed to kill all her family.

“What is that! It’s not just holding a grudge, it’s absurd!”

Asuka, full of indignation, is a busy girl. She rejoices, grieves, and gets angry.

I don’t say I understand Rasir’s feelings, but losing an heir must be hard.

And there’s also an illogical resentment that Dortl’s son, his heir is still alive.

“Emotions are indeed products of things, making them quite troublesome.”

After hearing most of the story, I crossed my arms and thought.

Dortl welcomed us, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to unquestioningly support him.

As travelers, we owe no allegiance to either Akashil’s inn or the village of Morg, so it’s difficult for us to take sides.

The argument that humans should stand with humans, not beastkin, is too rough.

I spoke straightforwardly to Dortl about this.

I cannot support you without any basis, I said.

To be honest, I thought it would be fine if they were upset and told me to leave for speaking my mind.

While it’s one thing to mediate a dispute within the kingdom of Gaillia, intervening in troubles within the kingdom of Ronden just doesn’t feel right.

“It’s alright. In fact, it’s only fair. You cannot make judgments just by listening to one side.”

“Hmm, well, that’s true.”

As drinks were poured, I scratched my head.

Dortl’s argument makes sense, but the premise is wrong.

We are merely passing travelers, not officials of the Ronden Kingdom.

We’re not going to mediate, okay? It’s a hassle.

That’s what I want to say, but judging by the girls’ reactions, it seems I can’t.

“The end of a loving couple, resulting in their homeland’s conflict through their own death, is just too tragic no matter how you look at it.”

Cutting the sacred seal, Meisha offers a prayer.

She might be seeing the spirits of the mourning lovers.

“More like Dortl is sad about his daughter’s death too! Holding grudges is the worst!”

Asuka is sulking.

I wonder if she understands that we shouldn’t take sides. This girl.

“We can’t act as if it doesn’t involve us anymore. We have no choice but to mediate. Mom.”

Miliaria comforted me by patting my hips.

Right.

Because we’re involved this much.

I sighed, and my eyes met with Dortl, who was looking puzzled.

“What’s wrong, Dortl?”

“No, I just thought Lionel was a man. My apologies.”

He bows his head.

The explanation seems to be a hassle!



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