Reincarnated Aristocrat Chapter 107: Parley

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“Who is the right person to persuade them to make a decision?” (Clan)



 Clan-sama asked.


 The aristocrats come forward and they present themselves to go one after the other.


 There were some aristocrats who knew the general who is guarding Fort Bardsen, so I thought I would leave it to them.



“I recommend the boy.” (Mireille)



 For some reason, Mireille recommended me to Clan-sama as the negotiator.



“Why me?”


“Well, I think you’re pretty good at negotiations, and I think your ability can tell what the other person wants.” (Mireille)


“It’s not that convenient of an ability”



 Since the ambition of the enemy general can be measured, it may be possible to measure whether there is a high possibility of them betraying.


 If they have high ambition, they will jump in when offered a big bait.



“Ars is indispensable in our army. We can’t just send him in harm’s way just to negotiate.” (Clan)


“I’m not so sure about that. Normally, the first thing you would do is deliver a letter to the enemy general stating that you want to meet with him. If the other party receives it, the process should be to start the talks. Meeting with them means that you can’t turn on them, depending on the conditions. I don’t think they would be inclined to strike the other party with that, though.” (Mireille)


“It’s only a matter of chance.” (Clan)


“If you’re thinking about it, the boy wouldn’t come out on the battlefield in the first place.” (Mireille)


“Hmm…” (Clan)



 She is still quite the rude negotiator, so she talks down to Clan-sama.


 My stomach hurts hoping he won’t be offended.


 If you’re that good at talking, you should go, I thought, but I’m afraid you’ll just end up pissing them off.



“Ars, what do you want to do?” (Clan)



 Clan-sama asked me what I wanted.


 I don’t know how dangerous it is, but I don’t think Mireille is wrong.


 If I succeed in the parley, there is no doubt that it will become huge merit, and I might get money as a reward. I can’t have too much money.


 The question is whether I can do it.


 To be honest, I’m not confident.


 If I make a mistake, my standing in Clan-sama’s eyes will go down, but it’s worse if my failure delays the capture of Beltud.


 Considering the purpose of winning the battle as soon as possible, it would not be good to delay the capture by trying to do what I can’t do because I want to be credited.


 I thought it would be better to leave this to an acquaintance of the enemy general…


 However, if you take a closer look, the people who claim to be acquaintances are all those who have high bravery but low political skills.


 I wonder if it’s okay to leave it to these people.


 There are people with high political skills such as Robinson, so I don’t necessarily have to go…


 I don’t think the appraisal skills are completely useless on a parley, so I felt that it would be best to send Robinson and an aristocrat he knew to accompany me.



“I’m willing to go, but I don’t know if I would be able to achieve it alone. If you let me go with Robinson and someone acquainted with the enemy general, I might be able to succeed.”


“Hmm, you want to get the help of Robinson and the others.” (Clan)



 Clan-sama thinks for a while.



“If I let Robinson and you go, the success rate seems to be high, but if you fail, the pain of losing you both will be huge… Well, if I let someone he knows to join, the chances of being attacked will decrease. Let’s have an acquaintance of his as an escort.” (Clan)



 Clan-sama seems to have decided to go with that plan.


 Then he sent a letter to Fort Bardsen.


 If the messenger who sent the letter was attacked, we would have no choice but to use brute force, but the messenger returned.



“Lupa of Fort Bardsen seems to be ready to parley.” (Soldier)




 So the messenger came back.


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