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“Are you okay?” (Voice)
When I heard that, I looked up to see Dan and Rocky.
I finally remembered everyone.
I hadn’t had time to think about them because everything was happening so fast, and they had completely slipped my mind.
“Yeah, somehow… By the way, is Mel okay?”
The three of us were staying at the same inn, so we went to the Adventurer’s Guild together, but Mel wasn’t there because she was at her parents’ house. I remembered that now and began to worry.
“Oh, there’s probably no problem. It was early in the morning, so she was probably home, and Mel’s dad wouldn’t let her out of the house. We can handle ourselves without her in these cases.” (Dan)
Well … Speaking of which, Mel’s family is a large merchant family, and Mel’s father doesn’t think it’s a good idea for her to become an adventurer. So, I don’t think he’ll let Mel out at this time.
“Rook, did you eat anything?” (Dan)
Dan asked me, and I thought back, but I don’t remember eating anything since this morning.
When I thought about it, my stomach also remembered, and I started to feel hungry.
“No, I haven’t eaten anything.”
I said and set down my backpack to look inside.
As far as I could remember, I didn’t remember putting any food in my backpack, but I was going to look for something.
I rummaged around for a while but still found nothing. There was barely any wine leftover from the day before in the canteen. Normally, I would have asked the innkeeper to fill it every day, but I didn’t have time to do that today.
I let out a light sigh and looked at the adventurers who were having a petty argument with the guild staff a short distance away.
“I told you, I’m just going to go back to the inn and get some wine!” (Adventurer)
The young adventurer confronted the young man who seemed to be a guild employee.
“No! You never know when something might happen, so adventurers should stay by the gate!” (Staff)
While saying so, the guild official tried to hold the adventurer back.
“Then it makes sense for the Adventurer’s Guild to prepare supplies here, right? Don’t you agree?” (Adventurer)
With that said, the young adventurer grabbed the guild staff by the front of his shirt.
“It’s… not possible right now… just a little longer! If you can just wait a little longer, I’m sure we can work something out, and then we should be able to provide it!” (Staff)
In response to the words of the guild staff, the young adventurer pushes the guild staff away and walks away, saying “…There’s no point in talking.”
Other adventurers also called out to the guild staff who tried to stop hurriedly stop them.
“Hey, I don’t care about the wine, but I’m almost out of arrows here.” (Adventurer)
“I only have half of my magic power left from the spells I just kept casting. Please do something.” (Adventurer)
“I can’t even get a meal. We rushed in first thing in the morning and haven’t eaten anything yet.” (Adventurer)
It’s no wonder adventurers complain.
The adventurer’s guild tells you to stay at your post, but they don’t provide you with any supplies. There’s nothing they can do about it.
The Stampede is like a sudden disaster, and while there are aspects of it that can’t be helped, this condition is just unfortunate.
“Rook, take this.”
Dan opens the greaseproof paper package, pulls out a piece of dried meat, and hands it to me.
“If you’re an adventurer, you should always be prepared for anything to some extent.” (Dan)
I received the dried meat from Dan and said, “Thank you”.
“They are complaining to the guild over there, most of them should have done something to prepare for emergencies… For example. The woman complaining that her arrows will run out. Sure. There may be few arrows left, but she can also use attack magic, so if she really can’t help, she should do something with magic.” (Dan)
Dan’s words impressed me, or rather made me think, and I realized how naive I had been.
I need to be more prepared to deal with anything that might happen.
Because in this world, you never know what might happen.
“Everyone, go back to your place! Enemies will come!” (Waller)
Everyone starts to move to the words of the Guild Master.
I also stand up in a hurry.
“See you later.”
“Oh, take care of yourself.” (Dan)
After a short conversation with Dan, I ran up the stairs next to the gate with Rocky.
We walked up the stairs and stood in an empty space.
I took a deep breath and exhaled.
Perhaps it was because this was the second time, but I felt much calmer than the first time. I felt like I could handle it this time, too.
I take a look around.
One after another, adventurers climbed the stairs to the wall and lined up. Down below, the vanguard adventurers were gathering in front of the gate, forming a line in case the gate was breached.
And to the north, preparations have begun, and it’s getting noisier.
I look ahead.
There was another group of monsters approaching, rolling up dust.
Those are… El Sheeps!
“The second wave! It’s coming soon! Everyone get ready!” (Waller)
Everyone starts to move to the words of Guild Master.
The bower holds the arrow and squeezes the bow. And we cast the spell.
“Darkness, shoot down my enemy!” (Adventurer)
“Water, pierce my enemy!” (Adventurer)
“Fire, pierce my enemies!” (Adventurer)
“Wind, shoot down my enemy!” (Adventurer)
“Light, shoot down my enemies!”
From the top of the wall, the sound of a bow being drawn and the chanting of spells echoed.
“Everyone! Go!” (Waller)
Everyone starts to move as if they were controlled by those words.
The archers released arrows from their bows, which they drew with all their might, and we activated our spells.
“[Dark Ball]!” (Adventurer)
“[Water Arrow]!” (Adventurer)
“[Fire Arrow]!” (Adventurer)
“[Wind Ball]!” (Adventurer)
The arrows and the spells that were created destroyed the entire area with a thunderous explosion.
“Not yet! Keep firing as soon as you’re ready to!” (Waller)
At the sound of the Guild Master’s voice, our bows again chanted our spells and continued to release our magic.
And we survived the second wave.
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