111. School festival ②
Phew. I’m burned out.
I sat down on a chair with a pained expression.
The school festival has already started and it is getting noisy.
But I do not have the energy to move around.
The Adventurer Guild receptionist Auretta said in a surprised voice.
She is not wearing her usual clothes instead she is wearing a lady’s shirt and denim jeans.
And a cardigan.
I nodded helplessly at Auretta.
“I’m kind of burned out… Even though the school festival has just started”
Their hero Fiona is next to Auretta.
They are good friends.
“Well this and that happened”
I said in a weary voice.
“Even if you rest in a place like this, how about resting in a different place?”
Fiona frowned on Auretta’s suggestion.
“This is my room but…”
Fiona works as a part-time lecturer at Cantabridge Academy.
A private room was given to her even though she was only a part time-time lecturer.
Being a hero affords her this kind of treatment.
My hand was led by Auretta.
There is a sofa in the room where I can lie down.
“I’m curious as to what kind of monster can inflict this much damage.”
It’s a terrible thing to say, but I have no energy to argue with Fiona.
The physical damage is 0.
“Even if I tell you it will be impossible to believe.”
I gave an introduction, it’s not like I want to hide it.
They seemed to be interested so I told the whole story.
“I heard about it before …”
“It seems that on his Majesty the King’s birthday he was given homemade dishes and he fell ill.”
I guess he had no choice but to eat the dishes his beloved daughter made.
In other words, they used me to stop her cooking and decrease the number of victims.
Such a law was enacted. **
“If that’s the case, why don’t you eat a snack?”
Auretta took out the bento from the bag.
“Why bring a bento to a school festival with a store and a cafe?”
“Just in case something like this might happen”
“Because Auretta cooks for herself’.”
However, I just had breakfast a little while ago.
So I thought, but when I looked at the clock its almost noon.
“Huh, noon already?”
“That’s right. How long have you been sitting over there? ”
Fiona asked but I could not remember at all.
“I don’t know. It’s horrible.”
My body trembled.
Auretta’s bento is fairly common an omelet sandwich and hotdog octopus.
I nodded when I saw it.
This is good.
Because it’s not from a professional (tl: pro in a bad way) there is no unusual decorations.
It is like putting the cart first before the horse.
I’m tasting a delicious home cooked meal.
My spirit is being healed.
“Why are you crying for?”
Fiona is Shocked.
“If it’s alright with you I can make this every day.”
Auretta nervously says, but I shake my head in disapproval.
“No, going that far feels awkward.”
When I recover, I will calm down.
My schedule today should be pretty busy.
So far, my schedule has been ignored.
Jamie cannot recover today, but there are 3 other people.
“I wonder what happened to the class.”
When I murmured this, Fiona asked a school staff to investigate for me.
We were waiting for a while when the person with the report knocks on the door.
With Fiona’s permission, a man wearing work clothes enters.
It is Jeko.
“Why are you…”
Fiona becomes suspicious.
Jeko is the school janitor.
The staff that Fiona asked is Jeko and that Jeko came back.
Jeko sees us and stands firm.
To be accurate, because Fiona is here I don’t know how to handle this.
“Fiona knows most of the general circumstances you can do it normally. ”
When I say this Jeko kneels like a tight bond was released.
“The class is in great chaos”
“Did something happen?”
“It was successful in the beginning, and I was confused in a different way.”
“Was the princess cafe a great success?”
“Well if it’s those girls there will be lots of men'”
Fiona speaks naturally.
“It was that kind of situation, but certain customers started saying, ‘The princess’s homemade cooking we can’t refuse.’”
“Hey, stop. Do you want to die?”
My advice was too late.
This report also talks about the past.
“It’s already too late.”
Fiona gave up in despair.
“I don’t understand what’s happening but they are using a nearby classroom as a temporary infirmary. The patients seem to be carried one after another.”
Jeko answers while tilting his head in confusion.
I don’t know what’s going on.
It’s ok to try someone’s cooking to understand, but this is just unreasonable punishment.
“Absolutely don’t get involved in the disturbance in the classroom
“Yes, of course.”
“Are you going to stay here and rest?”
“No, this is my room although…”
I pass the complaining Fiona.
Iris will be busy giving treatment.
Did Tiraiza help with the treatment or did she escape when there was an opening?
If the trouble has calmed down a bit I’ll show my face.
Just as I thought, there is no sign of our troubles settling down.
Tln: So I tried editing the chapters and I somehow deleted the content of this post. Good thing I have back ups on my pc and dropbox.