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Small Sage Level 1 – Chapter 60

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Chapter 60

Graham Village

 

Aside from the appearance of the Giant Rat, we managed to arrive at the Graham village without any other problem.

 

I was wondering if there would be someone at the gate of the village who’d say “Welcome to Graham village!”, but that kind of person wasn’t there.

It was slightly disappointing.

 

Speaking of which, Karin-san went off to do something separately from us right in front of the village. Until the sun sets, she’s going to find out whether or not a new variety of slimes exists in the village’s circumferences.

Uh huh. Well, that’s just so like Karin-san, right?

 

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When I first saw the Graham village, it was so charming, as if it was a village straight out of fairy tales. White walls and red roof. In the middle of the village, a big stone monument stood towering its surrounding public square. This stone monument has a monster-repelling magical circle engraved on it, and since it exists, the monsters won’t come into the village.

However, since the barrier in this small village doesn’t seem to be as strong, if there is a strong mutant or a horde of monsters attacking, the barrier might break.

 

It’s also my first time learning that once a magical circle was installed, it doesn’t mean that its effects would continue to apply for all eternity. It has to be maintained by regularly pouring magical powers into it.

But it seems that the amount of the magical power poured is tied to how strong the effect is.

 

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In case for a small village like this, the number of people who can use magic is only a few, so there isn’t much magical power poured into the magical circle. So, only the magical circle forming a weak barrier could be installed.

In a larger town, one single stone monument wouldn’t be able to shield the whole area, so four stone monuments were build at the four corners of the town.

Furthermore, in case for the Izel fort that’s very close to the big Monster Forest, a more high performing and special monster-repelling magical circle is installed. Since there are also lots of magicians, the magical power is also gradually poured. It’s strong.

 

“Now then, let’s place the horses.”

We went down from our horses before entering the village, and the first thing we’re going to do is to find an inn with a barn. Most of the travels done in Elysia are by horses, so there should be barns even in a small village.

 

In the scope of the Graham village, there seemed to be a lot of joint establishment of barn and inn.

In other words, I guess we’re going to the inn now.

 

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Since the reward for clearing the quest is [A stay in Graham village’s inn], could it be that we could quickly clear the quest?!

 

“After putting the horses, we will go to the tavern first, right?”

Frank-san said with a self-satisfied look. In response to him, Amanda-san frowned and said, “Drinking alcohol during the daytime, this is definitely not how a priest would act.”

 

“You don’t get it. In order to gather information, taverns which will have lots of people gathering will be the best place to go, right? In addition, as long as they drink just a little bit of alcohol, their closed mouth will loosen up and tell us the information.”

“We’re just going to ask whether there is a person named Carl here or not, aren’t we? You’re exaggerating it. Now, let’s go to the inn quickly.”

“Kyuu.”

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While Frank-san showed his displeasure, Luan who was on top of his head let out a cry that seemed to indicate that they understood it.

 

Hearing that voice, the nearby old man stopped in his surprise. The old man’s ears restlessly searched for the source of the animal cry, and when he saw what was on top of Frank-san’s head, his eyes went round.

Aah, since Frank-san’s tall, he might haven’t realized that Luan was there up until just now.

Luan is a mutant, so I guess it surprised him?

Surely he wouldn’t have any problem if he were to see a pink Horn Rabbit.

 

“Kyuu…”

Noticing his stare, Luan was flustered as it quickly hid inside Frank-san’s hair which was colored like a corn beard.

It intended to hide itself, but Frank-san’s hair was short, so it could only hide its head.

 

…Your round and adorable tail is visible, Luan…

 

“Ah. Isn’t that the inn?”

For now, we should move from this place. So, I pointed at a slightly large building on the opposite side of the public square.

 

“It might be it. Villager, is the inn over there?”

When the knight Ar-niisama asked politely, the old man suddenly straightened his previously curled up back.

 

Ojii-san1. There’s no need to be that nervous, Ar-niisama is kind~.

 

“Y-yes. That’s right. …By the way, are you knights people from the Izel fort?”

“Yeah.”

“Thank you very much for ending the Monster Flood quickly. I’d be very anxious if it were to continue for a long time just like the Monster Flood eight years ago.”

“It’s not just because of the people of the Izel fort, it’s the result of everyone joining hands together.”

“The hero is also there, right? God be praised, thank you!”

The old man suddenly assumed the praying posture as Ar-niisama showed a wry smile.

 

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“Oi oi, Jii-san. If you want to pray, go to the church.”

“…You are… the priest-san, right?”

The old man’s eyes was glued to the top of Frank-san’s head again.

 

“That, thing on top of your head, just what…”

“It’s emergency rations.”

“—What?”

“The emergency rations, Luan2.”

“W-wha…”

 

After confusing the old man, Frank-san said, “Come on, let’s go,” as he walked quickly towards the inn.

Ah, wait—!

 

 

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  1. Means ‘Grandpa’
  2. It has the kanji of rabbit meat. In this novel, the name of the rabbit meat the butchers sell is Luan.

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  1. Mio

    Thanks for the chapter desu~

  2. Rikka-chan

    Thanks for the chapter!

  3. Gravitron

    Luan is frank’s Paimon. This is just Genshin Impact world in the ancient past confirmed.

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