A Girl Who Was Told "You Have No Talent" Turned Out To Be A Talented Monster - Chapter 15.2
“By the way, can I include a letter with money being sent?” (Litty)
“Yes, of course.” (Receptionist)
“I’ll write it down right now!” (Litty)
Litty borrowed a pen, picked up a piece of paper, and took a seat at the table. Although Litty was seated with a group of adventurers, she seemed to be in her own world without minding people around her.
Adventurers observed her from head to toe, but they could not tell where her strength came from. Even the sword she was using was a very common one, it’s the same sword she received when she graduated from the Adventurers’ Guild.
Some of them even thought of inviting Litty to join them to do a quest but none of them wanted to take the initiative first.
“I’m done!” (Litty)
“Well, here’s the procedure.” (Receptionist)
Litty with an innocent and happy smile went to the reception desk, but the adventurers knew about her peculiar temperament that had even silenced the 4th Rank Dimos.
It was hard to believe that the end of a Named Demon was a hoax. That was why, if she was the real deal, their own credibility might be at risk.
Well, they could not really do anything about it, then just observing.
“Hai! Thank you for using Harpy Transport!” (Receptionist)
“Please take this money and letter to Ruiz Village.” (Litty)
As they were conversing, Harpy appeared on the scene with a cheerful greeting. Although in the form of a girl, the white wings on her arms asserted a technical non-human appearance.
Litty was a little amazed, but she quickly fixed her expression.
“What, you’re actually sending back so much money? Don’t you want to keep some for yourself?” (Receptionist)
“It’s fine. I can earn more by myself from now on.” (Litty)
“I see. So, you live in Ruiz village… um, maybe around here…” (Harpy)
“It’s far away…” (Litty)
“It’s a long way from the capital, too.” (Harpy)
The location of Ruiz Village, as Harpy identified it on the map, was incredibly far away. No matter how small the village was, there was no place in the world that harpies did not know.
Because of its size, it was a little difficult to locate a village as small as Ruiz Village.
“At this distance, the shipping costs would be quite high. But the weight of the cargo is almost nothing, though…” (Harpy)
“Quite high?” (Litty)
“Yes. If you could go to a city that is a little closer to this village, it would be cheaper.” (Harpy)
“…I see, please proceed.” (Litty)
“Are you sure?” (Harpy)
“Yes. I just want to let my parents know as soon as possible that I’m doing well…” (Litty)
Litty paid the travel fee along with the money and letter to be delivered by the Harpy.
“Don’t worry, I will be responsible for the delivery!”
Grabbing the package with her feet, the Harpy flew out of the Adventurer’s Guild, with Litty seeing her off and praying for her safety.
What would her parents think when they saw the money and the letter? Would they be surprised or angry? Would they believe her?
Litty wondered how she could put these restless thoughts to rest.
If she could make good progress and send money steadily, then her parents might be relieved.
Next, Litty started looking at the requests posted on the board.
As Roma said, there were tasks related to Peat Grasslands and Bikki Mine Ruins.
Litty picked up one of the notices and took it to the receptionist.
“I want to take this Peat Grasslands task!” (Litty)
“Okay, but alone?” (Receptionist)
“Yes. I need to earn reward money.” (Litty)
“Oi oi. Are you kidding with us…?” (Bystander)
She sounded like she was being greedy and too eager, but Litty was unaware of it.
“Please don’t force yourself too much, okay?” (Receptionist)
“Yes, I’ll run away if I think it’s dangerous.” (Litty)
Even after Litty cheerfully left the Adventurers’ Guild, the other adventurers did not move.
They were not slacking off either. Defeating demons was not only exhausting, but it also involved injuries. No matter how low the rank of the demon they were facing, they would be physically and mentally drained.
It was also not uncommon for them to not work after taking into consideration their physical condition and the weather.
“It’s gonna rain soon, though.”
“Someone should tell her.”
“She should get a little taste of reality.”
No adventurer could maintain the same motivation and physical condition every single day and hunt, regardless of the weather.
If they could, they would have been earning incomparably more money than they did now.
Although some sympathized with her, no one stopped her in the end.
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