A Girl Who Was Told "You Have No Talent" Turned Out To Be A Talented Monster - Chapter 55.1
Litty, Touring the Job Guilds
Litty and Kuufa, who had finished breakfast in Summoners Guild, said goodbye to Catalana.
Catalana decided to support them in their decision, feeling that it was caused by her own actions. She bowed her head to the two of them and apologized.
“For all my big talk, I didn’t really help much, it would have been a bit of a mess if it weren’t for the help from Seira-san and the others.” (Catalana)
“That’s okay. I have learned a lot from you too.” (Litty)
“Litty-chan never wavers, does she?” (Catalana)
Catalana had always done whatever she wanted, but this time she was genuinely feeling guilty. In fact, she was even grateful for the opportunity to learn from them.
She had reached the rank of special and had mastered the art of being an adventurer, but she suddenly remembered her beginner days.
Although she was recognized for her marksmanship at an early age, she had repeatedly experienced many failures and had been told that she lacked talent. Sometimes she even thought of giving up.
However, in the end, she had succeeded in coming so far. Eventually, those who had looked down on her either shut up or were left behind to rot. Unfortunately, she ended up developing her current personality in this struggle.
Catalana herself was aware of her personality issues, but she was not willing to change without reason. It was also because of that personality that she had been working hard even to this day, without being too prideful, but had enough confidence to hold her head high.
“I don’t like half-wits, but I love you two. Especially Kuufa-chan, you’re outstanding.” (Catalana)
“That’s not…” (Kuufa)
“You didn’t give up even under the most unreasonable circumstances, even until now. I honestly respect you.” (Catalana)
“You don’t have to say that…” (Kuufa)
Kuufa’s face flared up at those words of praise. In reality, Catalana was also jealous to some extent.
Kuufa had survived in a miserable environment, endured her contract with a demon, and after terminating her first contract, she even succeeded in making a contract with a high-ranking spirit of water. Catalana was not even close in talent to her.
It was the same for Litty. In terms of the pace of her career, she was far ahead of Catalana. Secretly, Catalana mocked herself that it was only a matter of time before she would be overtaken, but she never let it show.
“I’ll do my best as well. Don’t lose, you two.” (Catalana)
“I’ll do my best…!” (Kuufa)
Catalana was grateful to Litty and the others more than she could express. She was able to come to her senses before it was too late.
After parting with Catalana, Litty visited the Adventurers’ Guild. Resisting the urge to browse through the requests, she picked up a brush and prepared a piece of paper.
“Litty-san, is that… ?” (Kuufa)
“I’m writing a letter to my parents who are living in my home village, about becoming Rank 3, about my arrival in Royal City, and about Myan. I have a lot to tell them.” (Litty)
Litty regretted her answer. She stopped writing in a hurry, as it was a careless remark in front of Kuufa, who was an orphan.
However, Kuufa showed no sign of being depressed. On the contrary, she stared at the letter.
“Um, it’s okay…” (Kuufa)
“I don’t remember much anyway…” (Kuufa)
Litty guessed that Kuufa’s past was more complicated than she had imagined.
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