A Girl Who Was Told "You Have No Talent" Turned Out To Be A Talented Monster - Chapter 90.2
Litty’s presentation of the adventurer’s meal there had the effect of attracting even more attention.
Litty, who had already become a famous figure, was approached by students on the street.
“Hey! Litty-chan! Come to our store when you’re free!”
“I will join you guys when I am free.”
“You thought of an Adventurers’ Guild event! I’m an architecture major, so I’ve never had a chance to be involved, but I’m intrigued!”
“If I’m short on staff, I’ll ask you then!”
Merida marveled at the fact that in such a short period of time, Litty had gained such a following in the school, which was full of eccentrics.
More than her expertise, Litty’s tenacity was an eye-opening part of her experience working with her.
With that in mind, she recalled the students’ attitude toward the Top 5. Had the students ever been so open to them?
The more she saw of Litty, the more she felt how shallow the Top 5 were.
“Is this what you guys are doing?”
Waiting for Litty and Merida upon their return was a female guidance teacher, a feared figure in the school.
Although her thin face was wrinkled, she did not look over 50 years old.
Sister Elaine, she was in charge of Liberal Arts and Healing Arts class, and her pressure was not only well known to the students but to the other teachers as well.
“Sister Elaine, how are you doing?”
“…It is an adventurer’s department, so the main idea is probably correct. However, there are a few problems.”
The elite class stood upright in front of Elaine, looking nervous.
A teacher of magic formulas, whom Litty and the others met for the first time since they arrived at the academy, was flattering Ailene while she stared at them.
“First, the school already has a number of support that will help in case of trouble. It’s not something you guys should be doing.”
“But, we have permission from the headmaster to do this.”
Elaine’s near screeching voice temporarily stopped the students from rebutting.
She was well known to have made many of her students cry in the past. This included the elite class.
“The next problem is that it is simply not safe. On the day of the event, it will be crowded and amateurs like yourselves will be running around. If you are not good enough, the public will be inconvenienced.”
“That’s right! That’s right! Change it now!” (Teacher of magic formulas)
“Besides, you already have an event you were supposed to do, don’t you? Badrick and the others have already made all the preparations.”
Roma interjected, “They’re the ones who kicked them out.”
Elaine’s brows wrinkled more at Roma’s words. She had been aware of this for some time.
Roma couldn’t help but think, ‘Why this timing? Who sent these two people?’
“We have heard from them. As long as you guys are deemed to be acting selfish, it makes sense for you guys to apologize to them. This is not only about the Top 5 of the school. You, students are also the face of the school, so to speak. What you are doing now brings nothing more than shame to the school.”
As long as it was one good argument, combined with Elaine’s pressure, the students had no choice but to listen in silence.
Some glanced at the completed guild with regret. Some looked down in frustration.
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