“What should I do… It will take three days to choose.”

“The festival lasts for five days, so you have four more days to agonize over it.”

Bruno chuckled, said he was going to have a talk with the owner, and went into the back.
I slowly looked around at all the magical beasts.

“But then again, being able to ride them is appealing, too.”

While thinking that, I casually looked at the price tag of the silver wolves, and my eyes almost popped off.
I didn’t think I could ask Bruno for that much.
No matter what, we all still needed money.

As I was racking my brain trying to figure out how to make more money from now on, I suddenly heard a scream from outside the tent.

I peeked out of the tent to see what was going on and saw several wyverns circling just above the plaza.
Demons rarely come to a town like this, so why on such a crowded day of all days?

The knights on guard quickly rushed to the scene, but before they knew it, there was a small boy in the hands of one of the wyverns, and it appeared that they were unable to carelessly unleash their attack magic.

“Hey, what the heck is….
What, seriously?”

Bruno, who heard the commotion, came out from the back and suddenly looked up at the sky from behind me.

“Nina, where the hell do you think you’re going?”

“I’m going to take them down.”

“No, no, no, no, wait!”

I should be able to save that boy without getting hurt.
If something happened to the child while I was worrying about my identity being exposed, I would regret it for the rest of my life.

“I’m pretty sure you’re not supposed to do that here.”

“I’ll just use my magic in the crowd and then run away, don’t worry!”

I dragged Bruno out of the tent and headed for the plaza against the flow of fleeing people.
But it wasn’t going well, and it would probably be better to deploy my magic over a wider area from this distance.
With this in mind, I held out my hands toward the sky.

The wyvern’s hand, which was holding the child, was suddenly cut off, and at the same time, the sky was instantly engulfed in flames.


The wyverns disappeared in the blink of an eye, and the child that fell to the ground seemed to have been caught safely.

As I looked around the square to see what had happened, I gasped.


The one who was there was, without a doubt, the first prince, Alvin-sama.
His dazzling blond hair, like a bundle of light, complemented his sculpted profile.

His face, staring up at the sky, was expressionless, and from a distance, he looked like a delicate doll.

It must be his magic that was used just now.
I wondered why he was here, but judging by his attire and the knights around him, he might have just returned from a subjugation expedition.
In any case, I was glad the child was saved.

The crowd seemed to realize that it was the first prince who saved the child, and the plaza was filled with cheers.

I had been admiring the sight of him, but I soon came to my senses.
Owen had told me not to let Alvin-sama find me.

Even though the place was crowded with hundreds of people, it would be better to leave this place at least for the moment.

I thought so, and I quickly grabbed Bruno’s hand.


Suddenly, Alvin-sama turned towards me.
At that moment, his jewel-like eyes widened.

I was far away from him, with so many people around, and I was using transformation magic.

Alvin-sama was definitely not looking at me.
He was just looking in this direction.

I knew this, but my heart was beating so fast that I forgot to breathe, and I couldn’t look away from him.

I could no longer hear the sounds around me, and I felt as if it was just the two of us in this world.


In the midst of all this, a single tear fell from Alvin-sama’s beautiful violet eyes, which had remained expressionless.

And as soon as his lips moved as if to say “Nina,” I was no longer able to move from that spot.

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