The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 77

𝐑𝐞𝐟𝐮𝐠𝐞𝐞 𝐈𝐬𝐬𝐮𝐞

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟕𝟕: 𝐑𝐞𝐟𝐮𝐠𝐞𝐞 𝐈𝐬𝐬𝐮𝐞

What’s truly surprising is that King Roscandoros did this.

It was a recreation.

“By the way, His Majesty said he would yell the same line from the castle lookout if he wasn’t able to get you.”

Stop it.

Imagine how the people would feel if a newly crowned king did such a thing.

They would probably think this country is done for, wouldn’t they?

Really, please stop.

It’s too broken.

I, for one, peeled away Jeenika-san and made her sit properly on the sofa.

“Please stop the unreasonable threats, I’m coming.”

Such a huge sigh.

By the way, isn’t it just my imagination that my summons have been increasingly becoming like a drama?

It’s perfectly fine to send a messenger in a normal manner, isn’t it?

“The king, he’s just starved for entertainment~.”

Salieri, who had flown over after hearing the commotion, critiqued with her usual nonchalant face.

Speaking of which, wasn’t this girl the cousin of Demon King Ingral’s mistress?

He might know a lot about the king’s leisure time.

“So, what exactly is it? The volunteer army has disbanded, so if you have a job request, I’d like it to go through the guild.”

“I will handle it as a nominated request and inform the guild later.”

“If you interact over our heads like this, both His Majesty and us will be disliked by the guild, you know?”

I shrugged my shoulders.

Indeed, the will of a monarch takes precedence over all laws.

If the king says a crow is white, then it has to be white. That’s what an autocracy is.

However, if you don’t go through the appropriate channels, friction arises here and there.

“I understand. From now on, I will send a messenger to the Adventurer’s Guild and convey His Majesty’s will.”

“Please stop the strange play acting?”

“I’ll take care of it.”

I wonder if she’ll really take care of it? As I thought that, I asked Salieri to call Meg.

I remembered that she still hadn’t given her adult greeting.

“I really don’t want to go. It’s not in my nature to appear before the king.”

Meg resisted, but it’s something you have to do to keep up appearances.

You have to give a greeting like, “Thanks to you, I was able to join the ranks of adults,” to the highest-ranking person you know.

It’s not that formal, and you don’t need formal dress.

When it was my turn, Luke and I went to the Adventurers’ Guild chairman.

So, when it comes to the highest-ranking person in our [Hope] circle, it’s naturally King Roscandoros.

If we don’t go, we’ll be letting the king down.

By the way, the only obligation is to the highest-ranking person, and it’s not that you can’t greet other people, so feel free to go around as much as you like.

For example, I’m sure Asuka and the others would definitely go to Mrs. Mary’s place.

“Come with me, say a word of greeting and then you can go home.”

“I won’t do anything so irresponsible. I’ll properly protect Neldan-san.”

Meg snorted, flaring her nostrils.

It’s not that I always bring someone along when I go to the royal palace for protection or anything.

It’s for the sake of gaining experience and for the castle soldiers to remember their faces. Two reasons.

Building connections is important.

Especially since Meg’s job is gathering information.

There’s no harm in networking everywhere.

“The number of refugees has exceeded four hundred thousand. What to do?”

The one who makes a miserable face is King Roscandoros, the greatest benefactor.

After receiving Meg’s greeting with a magnanimous smile, he turns into a face of utter distress.

I understand your feelings, but calm down.

I’m just an adventurer, not your chief retainer or your close friend.

You shouldn’t show your weak side.

“Whatever the case, I think there’s no capacity in the city of Gaillia to accommodate that many people.”

If we’re talking about four hundred thousand, it’s like creating another city of Gaillia.

The question is where in the city walls is there such space?

“In the end, we’ll have to build a new city. It’s here.”

I show the handmade map I brought.

It’s the treasure of [Hope], where the places I’ve been and the information I’ve heard are written.

I can’t give this away, even to a king.

“The abandoned castle of Piran?”

“Piran Castle. Ever since the human-demon war five hundred years ago, it has been inhabited by demons. Now it is restarting as a subject nation of Masrur.”

“Huh? Wait a minute, Lionel. This is the first time I’ve heard of it.”

King Roscandoros is perplexed.

After all, there was absolutely no time to report. I made the minimum completion report to the guild, but there was no chance to tell King Roscandoros or General Kytes the whole story.

“From now on, you can consider both the Masrur Kingdom and Piran Castle as business partners. In that case, I think it would be good to redevelop this Milt inn, which is closest to Piran Castle, into a city and make it a trading base with both countries.”

I move the finger pointing at Piran slightly to the east.

I fought with the lich here.

I was able to take the initiative without a problem because Meg noticed the approach.

When I smile at Meg, she also smiles back.

Sharing memories is somewhat embarrassing.

Anyway, it’s not smuggling from now on.

It will occupy a weight that is not an exaggeration to say that it is the main industry of the Kingdom of Gaillia.

It’s decided that it’s better to have a base city.

“Surely that’s the case. However, will those who lived in Galangran be willing to live near demons and trade with them?”

King Roscandoros groans with his arms folded.

Prejudices against the demons are quite strong. Even on the demon side, the older generation hasn’t forgotten their resentment towards humans.

“If they don’t like it, they’ll have to leave Gaillia. What we need are comrades who will look to the future with us and walk through joy and sorrow. Not people who just want to profit from the best seats.”

I spread my arms wide.

They left their homes and lands and came running, so we should feel sorry for them and protect them and be kind to them, such reasoning won’t pass. From now on, they’ll have to follow the Gaillia way.

In a way, this is a process of selection.

Whether they can see the same future or not.

“You’re really not just a kind man, Lionel.”

King Roscandoros shows a bitter smile.

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