My Beloved Dog is the Strongest in Another World - Chapter 206
We All Exchanged Information
“Master, Leo. Welcome back.”
As I was walking towards my room to drop off my things, I bumped into Milina.
It felt like it had been a while since I was called master… Though, it wasn’t actually that long…
“I continued to study medicine while you were away!”
“I see. Good for you. Will you tell me how much progress you made?”
She seemed so happy as she reported to me about her studies. She was kind of like a younger sister now.
And she walked down the hall with me and told me everything until we reached my room.
Considering how long I was away, she might have more knowledge about medicine than I do now.
As the person who was called master, I had to do my best.
“Well, I’m sure Mr. Takumi is very tired now, so we should eat dinner first.”
I went to the dining hall after dropping my belongings in my room.
The food was already served on the table, and we started to eat immediately.
While the food in Range village was good, Ms. Helena had put a lot of effort into her cooking, and it was especially delicious.
“Sebastian. How did it go?”
“Yes. We acquired a lot of information, and conclusive evidence.”
“Oh? That is good to hear.”
While we ate, Ms. Claire started to converse with Sebastian.
She likely wanted to know about the store and the illness.
“Now that I think about it, you were doing all of the work while Sebastian was away, weren’t you, Ms. Claire?”
“Yes. Though there were things that only Sebastian could do, I somehow managed to do the rest.”
To me, there was something in her expression that suggested that she was quite exhausted.
I suppose taking on Sebastian’s work really was a great burden.
…Perhaps I should give her some recovery herbs later?
“While you are still eating… I shall make my report regarding the glass sphere that Mr. Takumi discovered.”
“Yes, please do. I know about the sphere, but it seems like you’ve learned more about it.”
While we were having dinner, since everyone was gathered together, Sebastian took the opportunity to make his report.
Well, it seemed like it was best to do such things quickly, so it was probably a good decision.
Though, Tilura, Sherry and Leo looked very uninterested, and continued to focus on gobbling up their food.
“Well then. About the glass sphere’s effect. I went with Mr. Takumi to see Isabelle…”
And so Sebastian started with the glass sphere.
It was everything Ms. Isabelle had said, and I remembered it well.
“I see… So it was as dangerous as we imagined.”
“Indeed. It is very fortunate that Mr. Takumi found it. The thought of someone using it in such a terrible way…”
“Well, it was really Leo who found it.”
To be precise, Phillip had found it first, but it was Leo who saw that it was connected to the illness.
If Leo hadn’t been there, it might have gone back to the wine storage house, and the disease would have continued to spread.
While Leo was busy eating, she looked up and tilted her head upon hearing her name.
“Leo is so amazing. She was able to detect weak magic energy that humans cannot.”
“Perhaps it’s related to her sharp sense of smell as well.”
Leo used to be a dog… She was a wolf now, but her sense of smell would still be quite superior to humans.
I believe…dogs were something like a hundred million times more sensitive to smell than humans… Or was that only with smells that they liked?
Apparently, it changed depending on the smell. Regardless, they were still much better than humans.
Perhaps her sense of smell was enhanced even further after becoming a Silver Fenrir. And she might also be sensitive to monsters.
“Next, I will tell you about the merchants that we captured. It was mostly thanks to Mr. Takumi and Leo’s cooperation that we were able to catch and question them.”
“The merchants who left the sphere…”
Sebastian then moved onto the interrogation.
This was the part that I didn’t know about, and so I was extra attentive.
Though, I continued to eat the delicious food as well.
“The merchants brought monsters to Range village.”
“No. They were just captured and imprisoned monsters. They were hidden under the tarps of the wagons so no one could see them. They were chained inside.”
Then the merchants had removed the chains and released the orcs.
Such chains wouldn’t have been necessary if they were familiars. They would have been as obedient as Sherry.
“And then the monsters were unleashed on the village. They were all orcs, so it was no wonder that they weren’t familiars.”
I didn’t know if being orcs was a reason for them not to be familiars, but I didn’t say anything.
“But thanks to the efforts of the villagers, Mr. Takumi, and Leo, the orcs were swiftly defeated.”
“That was very brave of you, Mr. Takumi and Leo!”
“Though, some were wounded… It was not the best possible victory. Besides, Leo did most of the work in the end.”
“But it is because of you held them back until Leo’s arrival, Mr. Takumi. Otherwise, I am quite sure that there would have been deaths.”
As Sebastian talked about how Leo and I fought, Tilura’s eyes shone with excitement.
But it was all due to the cooperation of the villagers. I could only buy a little time. It would have been for nothing if Leo hadn’t arrived. …And people were still hurt.
However, Sebastian said that it was good enough that no one had died.
Yes, perhaps we were quite lucky.
“And what happened to the wounded?”
“Some were bandaged up and that was enough. Those with heavier wounds were treated with Loe by Mr. Takumi.”
“I see. That is good to hear.”
Ms. Claire was concerned when she heard about the wounded, but looked relieved when assured that they were all fine.
“As for why the merchants brought the orcs… They wished to annihilate Range village.”
Well, it seemed obvious enough. Why else would they have brought so many orcs? The merchants really did want to kill every last resident of the village.
As Sebastian spoke of it, both Ms. Claire and I became very serious.
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