When I Was Reincarnated as a Saint - Chapter 29
The Child’s Name was Komari
As a reward for defeating the dragon, Mari was given a guest house.
It is a stylish two-story building located in a corner of a row of noble residences, which, according to the owner, was once a villa built by a former royal family and used as a guest house.
“For now, maids will be sent from the castle.”
Sarah holds the dragon incarnate girl in her arms and reports to Mari.
“What do you want to do with her?”
What are you going to do with her?
“I’m going to adopt her. I’m going to adopt her. She’s going to live with me.”
Her face lit up like a rose.
“I knew you’d be pleased. I know how much you miss Sarah.”
“But I think Big Sis is the best. When Big Sis goes out, he misses her, but when she comes back, he is overjoyed.”
When Mari heard that, her heart warmed.
“Come on, come to Mama!”
She picked up the child who ran to her with a smile.
“Sarah. Which do you think is better, Faf or Lin?”
“What are you talking about, Faf or Lin?”
“Oh, well, it’s her name.”
Faf is Fafnir.
Lin is Lindworm.
Named after the dragons of the world I came from.
Just then, the maid announced a visitor.
Since they are Sophie and Chris, there is no need to greet them.
They come and go as they please.
“Mari, I’m here for a visit.”
The child left Mari’s arms and ran toward them.
Sophie picked her up and said, “Komari, have you been a good girl? She laughed happily.
“Komari, you’ve been a good girl! She replied happily.”
What? Who’s Komari?
“Hey, Sophie. Who’s Komari?”
“It’s a child’s version of Mari, so it’s Komari. Because it looks just like Mari.”
Mari froze when she heard that… and when she thawed out after a while, she became furiously angry.
“Stop it! I won’t let you do it. Her name will be Faf or Lin.”
Mari asked in a feline voice, “Hey, I’ll name her Mama.
“Hey~, will you tell Mama? Which do you prefer, Faf or Lin?”
“Is that my name?”
“Yes, yes, which one do you like better?”
“Komari is Komari. I don’t want to be a fufu-rinrin!”
Mari’s shoulders slumped in disappointment as she looked at the child, who turned away.
Then she glared at Sophie! It was not her usual joking look, but a resentful, vindictive look.
“Wait a minute! I didn’t name her Komari!”
Sophie rushes to defend herself.
“No, it wasn’t me either.”
Chris immediately denied it.
“Perhaps you are the Prime Minister? He called her “Komari-sama,” which he thought was “Similar to the saint” and I thought it might be Komari, too. And I thought her name was Komari, too.”
This was the moment when the name of the dragon incarnated as a child was decided to be “Komari”.
I had no problem adopting Komari.
There were many wars in this world, and there are many war orphans.
When a high-status adopter shows up, the town hall is happy to process the application.
“Finally, the troublesome procedure is over, right?
Komari smiles and replies, but she probably doesn’t understand what I mean.
“Hey, Komari. Want to go out with Mama?”
She seems to know what “going out” means and is excited.
I asked Sarah to stay at home, and they went out.
They arrived in the middle of the wilderness, where Mari dropped Komari off.
“Komari, can you turn back into a dragon?”
“Mama, what is a dragon?”
“I see, you don’t know the word dragon. You see, Komari. they go Gaooo, Gaooo.”
Mari performed her dragon act, and Komari happily imitated her.
And the next moment, the space was switched!
A golden dragon appeared and roared!
It shone brilliantly in the sunlight, its majestic appearance overwhelming all who saw it.
It was a dragon similar to a tyrannosaurus, standing 40 meters tall and about 70 meters long, and its body was covered with golden scales.
Although it was hidden from view by its body, when it flew, huge wings sprouted from the gaps in its scales.
Its wingspan would easily exceed 100 meters.
The dragon roars over and over again in delight.
She was scared, but she could not be a mother if she was discouraged by this.
She shouts at the dragon!
The dragon puts its right paw on Mari’s hand.
She then spread her arms out and called, “Come here!”
The dragon rubbed its big face against Mari’s and patted it with its whole body.
The dragon’s tail wagged in delight, and a cloud of dust was gathering around the area.
“It seems that even though you’re a dragon, you can still understand words and also hold back your strength.”
Mari is relieved.
This would allow her to get by with Misery.
She reverted Komari back to her child form and carefully asked her how she felt when she became a dragon.
She said that Komari never gets excited and loses herself, but rather calms down.
However, Komari does not like being a dragon.
She says that when Mama is small, she can’t be held, and she doesn’t like that.
Mari will be careful.
She should not become Gaooo without Mama’s permission.
Even if you become a Gaooo, do not hurt people or destroy buildings.
“Komari, can you do it?”
“Ai!” came the cheerful answer. was the cheerful answer.
There was still some time left, so I brought Komari in her dragon form to fly around again.
It was exhilarating and wonderful to fly astride her back.
Words cannot describe the feeling we had as we headed into the Ardesia Mountains and looked down at the mountains.
Komari seemed to know Mari’s heart, and when she was happy, Komari was happy, too, her tail wagging wildly.
She also tried out her Breath Attacks.
Mari needed to learn to control her power in case she had to use it.
Mari landed deep in the mountains and I told her to shoot as small as she could.
It was a laser-like streak of light, narrowed down to minuscule rather than small, with a hole an inch in diameter in the targeted mountainside.
“With this, even if you accidentally shoot someone, I can bring them back to life with resuscitation magic. The more power you concentrate, the more rapid fire you can do, and if Komari is going to defend herself, this will be easier to use.”
The breath we saw before vaporizes everything in an instant, and killing someone makes it impossible to revive them.
Mari was then tempted to see the Breath at maximum output.
It’s more obvious than fire that it would be destructive to nature, but I want to know how powerful it is in case I have to use it.
After much hesitation, I let him shoot it—and regretted it intensely.
I had thought it might be possible, but one of the 8,000-meter mountains was half destroyed.
“Don’t mention this power. This was the power of close to the work of Gods.”
I told her to use her flame breath in small bursts, and the test shot was over.
Back on level ground, Komari was tired and returned to her child form and began to sleep in my arms.
Not wanting to wake her, Mari returned to the Misery.
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