>But even though they’re monsters, taking them apart might make me throw up.

Now that the adrenaline is wearing off, it’s hard to even look at blood, because I’m not used to it.

“Of course we will take them apart.
We don’t want to throw money away.
I can teach you if want.”

She says with a grin, like she saw right through me.

I might as well do it.
It will tell me if I can do this sort of thing from now on too.

But first, we introduce ourselves.

The twin swords user’s name is Rurika, and the magic user with the staff introduces herself as Chris.

I don’t know if she’s reserved or wary, but she’s standing a step further away than Rurika.

But apparently, sometimes she does things without even thinking.
Before, when she suddenly approached me, it was probably because her concern surpassed her wariness.
At least that’s what Rurika tells me.

“Rurika, go rest for a bit.
You haven’t recovered your magic energy yet, have you?”

Chris sits down and tries to compose her breath, just like Rurika says.

And then she suddenly pulls her hood over her head, like she just remembered it.

“She had to push herself too much when we were running.
There are probably a lot more dead wolves in the forest.
It looks like we have to give up on this one.”

We chat while she tells me how to take the wolves apart.

They’re a D ranked adventurer duo that accepted a quest to retrieve some killer bee honey, but encountered a pack of wolves on the way.

They managed to throw the whole pack into disarray with magic, but some left the others to chase them.
Chris managed to take some down with magic as they ran, but ran out of magic energy, so they ended up leading the wolves here.

I ask if it wouldn’t be worse to take them on in an open space like this, and she says she was planning to hang on until Chris recovered some magic energy.

She also tells me that fighting wolves in the forest is actually tougher.

She’s more than good enough to take on a wolf if it’s alone, even if they’re in the forest, but it’s different if several attack at the same time.
They use the trees well to attack.

“It looks like our honey quest is a failure.
We can’t get it with a pack of wolves nearby.
Ah… But is the guild going to let it go without a penalty? And we’re so close to rank C too…”

Apparently, depending on the scale, dealing with a pack of wolves can be a rank B job.
When they form packs, there’s even a small chance that a unique variant will be born, and if that happens, the difficulty level shoots up.

“And I guess this is more or less how you take wolves apart…”

I did a good job, not throwing up.

Let’s just not talk about how it turned out.
There’s a first time for everyone.


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