|Author: Kiriya Kadzuki||Original Source: Syosetu||Word Count: 1336 characters|
|Translator: Aurum||English Source: Re:Library||Word Count: 405 words|
|Proofreader: Silva||Editor(s): Deximus_Maximus|
Kishana sat in a chair fast asleep once night fell.
Luthors picked her up and laid her on an open bed.
“Thanks, aren’t you also tired? You can lay in bed too.”
“…I guess so. Reesha’s got a security net set across the entire Administration District anyway, guess I’ll take you up on that.”
Luthors went and laid on an available bed. While staring at the ceiling, she started addressing Schenna.
“Have I told you that I’d crossed swords with Reesha when she was part of the Hero’s party?”
“Ah… tales of Luthors, the Dark Knight from Gafenna’s battles against the Hero party were famous even in Hashel.”
“Before the Demon King’s revival, Gafenna was in a religious war with Rinsr, afterward the Five Great Nations and the Hero’s party got involved and the situation changed into an all-out war to avoid destruction.”
Luthors who was an experienced commander of Gafenna took countless lives of Rinsr’s paladins. Before the Demon King’s revival, the Five Great Nations aside from Rinsr sat back quietly avoiding direct conflict. Afterward, Gafenna gained great power from the Demon King and the Five Great Nations and Heroes intensified their involvement.
“Since then Gafenna has been on the decline until now. The Heroes that defeated the Demon King were praised by the Five Great Nations and founded their own neutral country.”
Rather ironically for Luthors, it could be said that the defeat of the Demon King led to the establishment of the neutral nation of Priden. After the subjugation of the Demon King, war orphans and small scale battles between different races were problematic, at that point the Heroes proposed founding a neutral nation as a solution that gained the support of the Five Great Nations.
“Sorry to bother you, I’ll go back to guarding after a quick nap.”
“Whatever happened in the past, you’re both important to me. Rinsr might have a good bit of influence among the Five Great Nations, but I’m sure that someday everyone will be able to understand each other.”
That’s a far bigger task than the subjugation of the Demon King and will take a long time to reach, but it’s not at all impossible.
From now on the Heroes will obviously have to keep an eye out for the revival of the Evil God, but their most important duty is to be the pillars of support to uplift mankind’s spirit, or so Schenna believes.