t my Spatial Magic skill, but I think that’s still going to take a while.

“But still, you are strong enough to defeat an orclord.
You should definitely register here, in the adventurer guild.”

“Ah… I don’t think I can do something like that again.
I damaged a magic item in that battle that was a family heirloom.
None of the weapon shops I’ve visited sell it, so I don’t think I can have it repaired.”

At the very least, I’ve never seen one in any weapon shop I’ve visited.

Also, when it breaks, it decomposes back into its constituent parts like metal.
I’ll have to remake it later as a fifth generation.

But I don’t want them to expect anything from me, so I have to be firm and say no.
I don’t want any weird rumors about me to start going around either.

He asks to see the magic item, but I politely decline.
He then starts stubbornly insisting, but Hikari gets mad.
Of course, I pat her on the head.

As for how much we get for the orcs… It’s quite a bit.

Locke and his party decline the portion from the orcs we defeated in the cave, but we share it equally.
We managed to take the orcs down because they handled the defense of the village.

The orc general and the orclord are bought at a high price, although the orclords value decreased a little because it’s burned.
Everyone receives twenty gold coins for them, and I get two orcs worth of free meat as a transportation fee.
Apparently we would have gotten even more if the orclord was in good condition, but we had to take it down in any way we could and couldn’t afford to care about that.

After our business in the adventurer guild is done, we are taken to the inn provided for us.
There’s still some time until our next meal, so I decide to go out shopping.

As I leave my room with Hikari, we bump into Leila, and for some reason she’s now coming along.
And it’s not just her either, it’s her whole party.

First, we go get food, which is the main reason why I decided to go out in the first place.

There are a lot of seasonings I’ve never seen before, but Yor knows about them, so it helps to have her with us.
I find beans that look like soybeans, and I buy a lot.
People think that’s strange, but oh well.
I need this to experiment and see if I can make soy sauce and miso with magic or alchemy.

Once I’m done with that, it’s time to restock on everything we need to travel, and stop by a weapons and equipment store.
The holy city has a better selection of items, so right now we really are just stocking up on what we’ll need on the way there.

I tell everyone I can make potions if I have medicinal herbs, so they’ll rely on me for that.

They are about to buy ones that are poor quality, so I stop them and give them a roundabout excuse.

We’re done shopping, so we return to the inn, and join Locke and the others when it’s time to eat.

Locke and his party drink alcohol like it’s really tasty, so I have a hard time stopping Hikari when she sees that and starts saying she wants some too.
Orc general and orclord’s meat is softer compared to regular orcs’, and have a distinctive flavor.

It’s to the point where I fear that I won’t be able to go back to regular meat if I get used to this.
Of course, that depends on the skill of the cook too.
Then again, a simple steak with just salt and pepper is really good too, so I guess the quality of the meat really makes a big difference.

We have a lot of fun, and we’re able to relax for the first time in a while.

By the way, Yor’s pendant is decorated with her family crest, proving her identity, so that’s how the officer of veracity was able to confirm who she is.


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