see it?
Will I be able to see the people of other species I met at the building I was first led to here in the Central again?

Well, that isn’t relevant right now.

Also, Ciel just exposed that the barrier is mine, but I don’t particularly mind it either.
After all, it’s not like knowing it’s mine makes it any less reliable.

And if I may add, we have the Creator God’s protection until 15, so we probably won’t die even if the barrier gets destroyed.

「Come to think of it, what do you two plan on doing now?
Your objective back then was just to reach Central, right?」
「Find Artificial Divine Messengers.」
「The rumored gold wolf, right? Did Rispelgia perhaps make that too?」
There’s a high chance.」
「So it’s not certain yet.
Did it have any distinctive traits?」
「Part of its body was covered in special magic power?」

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I think it’s remnants of divine power enveloping the parts, but we’ll have to give more tiresome explanations if that was mentioned.
Unfortunately, it seems like Carol-san hasn’t been chosen for that tiresome talk.
It might be that Ciel only approved of telling them about us because I brought that topic up.

「Got it.
If we gain any relevant findings, we’ll relay it to the two of you.」
「If I’m not wrong, the Hunter Guild also asked for the same thing, no?
Will it be alright to report the defining traits?」

Celia-san joined the conversation and Ciel 「It’s fine.」 curtly replied.
After this, we promised to meet again before leaving Carol-san’s house.

It’s now our second time at the Hunter Guild.
It’s already evening and the place is quite packed with hunters.
Not caring about this, Ciel went directly to the reception counter.

A lot has happened today for some reason, so I forgot but we originally came here today to see if we can find Viviana.
So now we plan to tell Rhavelt about it so he can relay it to her when she comes.
Admittedly, this might be too small of a matter to ask of him.

Well, Rhavelt is the only person we know here in the headquarters.

There are people glancing at us, maybe the result of our mock battle with Friere-san was spread?
Or maybe it’s because they’ve been warned about me.
Whatever the case, it’s nice to have no one obstructing us.

As Ciel’s turn came, the receptionist had a surprised expression and then guided us deeper into the building.

We were led to the same room we, with Fii-kaasama, were guided to yesterday.
Ciel sat down on a chair and immediately Rhavelt arrived.

「It appears that we have caused you trouble again today, my apologies for that.」
「It’s fine.」
「If that’s the case, I’m grateful to hear that.
Incidentally, what might be your purpose for visiting today?」
「Tell me where Viviana’s house is.」
「Viviana…… Ah, of the Amulute family, correct? From here……」

Since Rhavelt gave it away without any hesitation, I immediately thought What about personal privacy? but then I remembered that we’ve gained enough authority to disregard that.
This, we really need to be careful about who to ask requests and favors from.
There might be occasions we ask something under the assumption that it’ll be refused, but the other party actually can’t refuse it.

If it’s Carol-san, she’ll likely say no when she doesn’t want to do it, but for people who don’t know us personally and only know us from our status, they won’t dare to refuse.
Though, since this time it’s Rhavelt –– or rather the Hunter Guild –– we made this mistake on, I don’t really feel guilty about it.

「Also, if Viviana comes, inform her about me.
And that I might have no more opportunity to use that.」
「Sure, loud and clear.」
「That’s all for today.
Have you found the person I asked for yesterday?」
「Found already.
How should they be dealt with?」
「I’ll leave it to you.
Just punish them properly.」

Even if asked that, it’s not like we have any good ideas in mind, nor do we particularly want any money.
That’s why leaving it to them is easier.
Still, if this wasn’t Central, we would never leave the punishment to the same guild they’re part of.
It’s because Central is under Fii-kaasama’s supervision that we can settle with this decision.
Otherwise, it would be when I can manage to do what Fii-kaasama does.

With this, our business is done.
Just as I thought that, Rhavelt lined up several cards on top of the table.
Several of them look familiar, but there’s one unfamiliar.

「These will be the new hunter cards.」

Two whole sets of cards from A-rank downwards.
One should be Ciel’s and the other mine.
Come to think of it, this might be the first thing that belongs to me.

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Well, technically, the black-haired form is mine.
Still, Ciel and I generally share our possessions, so I don’t think I’ve ever had anything with my name on it, anything that undoubtedly belongs to me.

As I told Ciel that, 「Let’s go shopping tomorrow! Yes, definitely!」 she then became competitive for some reason.

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Heya~! We’re quite heavy in exposition this chapter, moreover, it’s exposition regarding Jobs! Yay~!

But first of all, let’s focus on the character interactions.
With Ciel on the driving wheel this time around, Carol seems quite frustrated in multiple occasions, lol.
It’s understandable with Carol’s character in mind, she doesn’t seem to be that patient with people, nor does she seem good with children.
But maybe that’s just my bias.
Still, you can really see that Carol is having a hard time adjusting to Ciel in her full social awkwardness.
And to be fair to Ciel, she’s not really used to keeping a conversation going, nor is she usually interested in doing so.
She’s just happy to be of help to Ain, which is adorable but is admittedly awkward.
I blame Ain for being overprotective, lol.
This is why I can’t see you as a parent figure, Ain.
You over doting guardian, you.
But that should be fixed now that they’re out of Estoque.
Also, they’re really making the grandmaster do chores, huh.

Now, for the Jobs! For this one, if you’ve ever read the raw, I’ll be using Job “power” and Job “ability/-ies” interchangeably like I do with “sorcery” and “spells”, just a heads up.
Anyhow, it appears that Jobs have a level up-like growth system to them.
In gaming terms, a Job’s abilities and powers act like skills, and there seems to be “active” and “passive” types… actually, there’s no assurance because the Jobs really are intertwined with the people that have them at their best case.
For example, is Ciel’s dancing mesmerizing because of how well she dances or because her Job makes it mesmerizing? Or is dancing well what actives some mesmerizing effect? To what degree? Etc, etc.
Anyways, Job growth seems to be either an expansion of one’s ability skillset (ex.
Physical Reinforcement without Sorcery use, Quick Casting) or an improvement on one’s use of the existing abilities (ex.
Maybe Ciel’s dance enabling her to cast even more powerful spells than before?).
I honestly like it because it’s more like an extension of the person itself rather than the person tapping into a game-like combat system.
Your Job has abilities, figure it out and get a grasp of it first, then maybe you can grow into it and refine it.
It’s just that, honestly, Ain hasn’t been very creative and open with her use (or rather she just had more focus in her barrier), so it’s fair that she hasn’t figured out how to use it in parallel with her barrier yet.
Also, Ciel just seems to be a natural at dancing, and has more child-like creativity, being an actual child and all.
And that’s it.

Now then, I hope you enjoyed this chapter.
Please feel free to comment.
Stay clean, stay safe, and have a nice day~!

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