The Exiled Luggage Tamer Awakens as the World’s Only Necromancer - Chapter 33
Gihren lowered his head again as I faced me.
“No… but more importantly, are you okay? With the S-rank party under your jurisdiction…”
“You’re not in a position to be angry and worried… but well… Thanks to Lord Cecilm, it’s not a problem for the country. I get goosebumps thinking that if we had recognized what the hero could do first…”
Lord Cecilm was the lord who governed this region.
“What’s going to happen to Fade and the others?”
“Hmm? Oh, they’re an S-ranked party after all. Sorry, but they can’t be exiled.”
“No, no, I’m not asking for that…”
“For now, they’re under caution. But I can’t overlook Roig anymore. I’ll have to deal with him soon.”
“Deal with him?”
When I think back, Roig’s actions and words at the guild were indeed problematic.
“Revoke his license. Of course, he can’t go back to the Knights. Now that it’s come to this, I don’t even think it’s good that he’s here.”
“What do you mean?”
“If I had to put it crudely… it’s like cutting off his tail.”
“Come on now…”
‘Is it really okay for him to talk like that…?’
“I’m sorry for you, but I can’t take it too seriously. And for this person, there’s also a debt to the country that forced him upon us. We’ll deal with him as we see fit.”
There’s nothing that can be done about Roig.
In fact, it’s better that Roig’s mistake be dealt with in a way that makes it stand out.
Especially since Quella is the face of the church… it would be hard to crush the face of the church.
“The other three will probably be demoted to an A-rank party. That’s it.”
Gihren looked apologetically at me.
I didn’t really care.
“But it will be difficult for those three to continue to act as they have before.” Nina-san said as she served tea.
I looked at Milim next to me, who had puffed out her cheeks like a chipmunk. She had been surprisingly quiet this whole time. I see, that’s what it was.
“What? What? This is different, right? It’s different, isn’t it?”
I didn’t know what was different, but if the peoplr themselves said it was different, then it must be different.
I pretended not to have seen it and returned to the topic.
“Can’t the three of them still be active?”
“Hmm… Well, they’re better individually than your average adventurers. Fade is a swordsman equivalent to an A-rank on his own. The other two are the top potential of their respective organizations. They were originally the top candidates for the next Sage and Miraculous Saint.”
But Nina-san cut that off.
“It would be nice if the three of them could each perform at their best, but it’s certain that they won’t.” She declared.
And Gihren agreed.
“Well, yeah. They have a decent frontliner and very good supportive role players in the party. But there’s too much work they can’t handle on their own. And there aren’t really any upper-class adventurers willing to help them out now.”
“It’s already public knowledge that they left Land-san behind. Those stronger than them don’t choose them, and those weaker than them are afraid of the rumors and don’t approach them.”
“Well, we can only hope that they notice what they’re lacking. Alright, let’s get to the main topic now.”
Gihren straightened up.