|Author: Kiriya Kadzuki||Original Source: Syosetu||Word Count: 1336 characters|
|Translator: Zzonkedd||English Source: Re:Library||Word Count: 460 words|
After getting back home, both Schenna and Kishana sat at the table discussing the current situation and what to do in the future. Schenna brought up the subject regarding the lack of payment once more and told Kishana that she would help her out with any other similar problems in the future.
“Kishana, how have you managed to live until now?”
“Carrying medicinal plants for the merchant guild and offering fortune-telling to visitors and adventurers.”
“How about taking out monsters? It obviously comes with danger but the reward is quite big!”
“… I’m sorry, but I don’t want my life to be built around killing so I can’t accept those quests.”
“Oh, that’s right… you even came all the way here to escape that.”
As Kishana heard Schenna talk about killing monsters, she went silent.
She had abandoned her hometown and her race for the simple fact that she couldn’t stand the fact everything revolved around killing, and Schenna who then invited her for monster subjugation felt like she was being very inconsiderate, so she reflected on it.
“I’ll handle the monster subjugation by myself, don’t worry. You can take care of the domestic work, that way we’re both contributing.”
There are various types of monsters. Obviously, the one that yields the highest rewards are the tougher ones, luckily I have enough training to deal with the strong ones.
The reward for each one is pretty much set in the stone:
Daemons being worth a hundred gold coins, Griffons being 60 gold coins, Ogres 30, and Orcs 10.
Depending on who ordered the elimination of the monsters, there may be particular requests that involve getting more rewards so it’s quite a popular job.
Schenna had defeated Griffons with the help of her subordinates, along with soloing Orcs, so getting money this way for a living should be just fine, however, Kishana was against it.
“I can’t let you do that! What if something bad were to happen, like getting injured while fighting? I wouldn’t be able to live afterward due to the regret of letting you do that.”
“Don’t worry, I trust my skills. On top of that, if something worse were to happen I was well trained and have enough knowledge to deal with the situation.”
“Please… I can’t stand the thought of you being gone!”
Kishana jumped on Schenna’s chest with her eyes filled with tears.
Other than defeating monsters, there’s nothing else that pays as much, the alternatives were to provide medicinal herbs, ores, and equipment, but Schenna didn’t have the skills for it.
“If that’s the case, I have the perfect job for both of you!”
They were surprised by the voice that came from the front door, but it turned out to be Reesha, their neighbor.
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