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Maybe he was still under watch by the Unifilers. But as he wasn’t a child, him disappearing wasn’t a worry for Jin. From under Rucall’s cabin they also found splinters of a box that appeared to be from the one that had sealed Gigantes’s Core. That’s why Magic Energy inserted just out of curiosity ahad ctivated Gigantes. As the Unifilers surely had come to know about the ancient ruins, they returned all the materials to the golems that were left behind to make it seem like there was a chance there were other unknown secrets. Because the materials weren’t particularly valuable, it wasn’t a great regret. In the future, if the Unifilers’s members hear news from Rucall and come to investigate, they’ll gain nothing, or actually, they’ll probably go back with with an unexpected souvenir.
Jin’s group peacefully left towards Yada Village. “Surely the number one find is Ann.” “This record of the Great Magic War, it’s also valuable though.” “Anyhow, I’ve got to get to repairing her.” However, Yada Village didn’t have the equipment for that. That was Reinhardt’s opinion. Right now Celuroa Kingdom was suspicious, so with Jin being the Honorary Magi Craftsman, while still in Egelia Kingdom Jin could probably borrow a workshop from somewhere, he added.
If he brought her to Hourai Island he would surely be able to completely repair her, but it was still a secret to Reinhardt’s group. Jin had gradually begun feeling that holding secrets was a bother, and had begun to want to open his heart to Reinhardt’s group. Although the road was bad, the way back was downhill. By evening they had arrived at Yada Village. “Young lady! You were late so I’ve been worried!”
This time that was all, there was no disagreement towards Jin. Maybe she had learned a little. “Aah, I’m somewhat tired.” “Father, I will wake you up when dinnertime comes, so please rest even for a while.”
And so Jin accepted Reiko’s offer, closed his eyes, and reflected on today’s events. About Ann. The system that absorbed Mana. That had been dangerous. If Reiko hadn’t been able to output so much power.
While thinking in circles about various things, before he knew it Jin had fallen asleep. A knocking sound was heard. Then Jin opened his eyes. “Yes, what is it?” “I came to pick up Jin-kun.” Jin got up and walked towards the door, then noticed Elsa’s outfit. “Elsa?” “To pick Jin-kun up, I said. Come on, let’s go.” After just waking up he was still muddleheaded, and took Elsa’s hand…Or rather, Elsa took his and walked Jin to the dining room. There was Reinhardt, and his butler Claude. Elsa’s butler, Adberg. Then somehow, even Mine was there, giving an applause. Elsa said while holding Jin’s hand. “Everyone, t…Thanks.” Elsa was the first to notice the trickle of tears coming out of his eyes. While Elsa was worriedly peering at Jin’s expression, he said to her, Elsa led such Jin by the hand and, She said, and had him sit on the head of the table appropriate for today’s guest of honor. She herself sat next to him. “Well then, to our friend, Egelia Kingdom’s Honorary Magi Craftsman, Jin Nidou’s 21st birthday. Cheers!” “Cheers!” The participants followed up. Reinhardt said, and once more tears welled up in Jin’s eyes. He thought it stale, but he couldn’t get himself to say anything more. Seeing that his glass had become empty, Elsa poured some more herself. “Mm. All the time, in Jin-kun’s care, so.” Then Reinhardt left his seat and came over, He said and presented a flat case the size of a business card to Jin. Now that he mentioned it, it was the perfect size for that. The material seemed to be silver. On the front there was a gold inlaying. It looked like it said Jin in ornamental writing. It must’ve been made by Reinhardt. Jin said, and put the case in his breast pocket. “Here you go.” This evening Jin said nothing but thanks, but it was strangely pleasant.
The evening’s meal became the one of the most enjoyable meals Jin had had in his 21 years of living. A warm wind typical of a spring evening blew across Yada village. April had come, and spring was in full swing.
From somewhere, Kherry petals came flying by the window, adding light pink to the colors. —