Chapter 16: Statements(3)
“If that’s the case, the guild will have to add some members to the party, so that they won’t lose their S-rank certification”
“I’m sorry but…”
“No, that’s a natural decision and it’s not something Land-san should have to worry himself about… but…”
She let out a deep sigh that made her look even cuter.
“Even so, the guild still wants an S-rank party.”
“Yeah, although this place is far away from the imperial capital, it is on the frontier in a margrave’s territory, so when it came to national defense, I’m sure they were thankful to have S-ranked adventurers here as permanent residents.”
It’s common for those who take actions across the entire continent to have a home base, and they will usually stop moving around as much when they are solo adventuring at an S-rank level.
If a party reaches that point, and this happens frequently, it seems to give the guild peace of mind in case of emergency.
“Land-san, we could choose members from an S-ranked party to…”
“It will be hard to do with my power alone, but I am going to go solo from now on…”
“Is that so That’s unfortunate.”
It really was too bad.
I was happy she thought so highly of me, but being the leader of an S-ranked party is too much responsibility for me to handle.
I think me being a luggage carrier was just about right.
“I think Land-san has received a lot of unfair treatment… I believe that if you got together with an especially strong B-ranked adventurer, that you could probably form an S-rank party.”
“That’s an over exaggeration, isn’t it…”
Ever since I started adventuring I have always been in a party.
The reality was that I didn’t know my true strength when alone.
“I think that Land-san was definitely the star of the party.
You just need teammates who properly understand that.”
Well, it’s fine to consider what she’s saying and be a little happy isn’t it I had thought about it sometimes when I was a Tamer, but there’s a part of me that thinks I should be able to do everything with a party of only familiars.
Whether or not she knew my thoughts, Nina-san had asked me with upturned eyes.
“If I introduce someone will you accept them no matter what”
‘If she goes that far, it would be impossible to decline.’ I thought to myself.
I’ll do my best to be able to introduce Land-san to someone.”
I’m fine with going solo for a while…”
“For example; someone who is studying necromancy.”
I immediately became worried.
“Or maybe someone who is an expert in dragons and can help Land-san become a dragon tamer.”
Now I was even more worried.
“Anyway, I will gather more information about Necromancy and Tamers.”
“Err… thank you.”
I finished our conversation for now while having the feeling that I would be introduced to a candidate for party member soon enough.