Chapter 61

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Chapter 61 – Sheep Town

As the sun began to set, the neighboring town came into view.

The festival decorations were extremely lively, with fancy balloons floating in the sky, and Sheep Town was filled with welcoming excitement.

“Aix, look, look, that’s so cute!”

“Yeah, it is, Luca.”

Excited, Luca pressed her face against the window to look outside.

Her flowing long silver hair was dyed in the colors of dusk, and her beauty took my breath away.

“Welcome to Sheep Town. The carriage fee is two small silver coins,” said the gatekeeper as he approached.

The coachman threw the admission fee into the bucket held by the gatekeeper.

“Please enjoy your stay here!”

We rode the carriage into the town.

The security of this town seems to be quite relaxed.

Perhaps they don’t want to be too strict, as the only barrier to entry is a fence around the perimeter.


Music could be heard from different directions, and many people were walking around happily. Even inside the carriage, we couldn’t help but feel the infectious atmosphere that surrounded us.

I might never have seen so many people before.

Temporary tourist tents were built in the meadow, and they seemed to be a seasonal attraction.

We arrived at a slightly luxurious tent.

According to the coachman, the time-consuming setup of furniture made this type of tent rental more expensive.

“We have arrived, my lady.”

“Thank you.”

Thanks to Luca’s reservation on the noble course, we were guided in this noble way.

Apparently, a reservation had just opened up at the right time, and we were able to secure a nice property.

Many people were dancing joyfully around the bonfire nearby, and the warmth of their presence was comforting.

Over there, a drunken beastman was howling. Everyone seemed to be having a great time.

I held Luca’s hand to escort her to the tent, but something seemed off. Is she shaking a little?

“Luca, are you okay?”

She looked up at me with a face that looked like he was about to cry.

“Aix, I’m sorry. I can’t do it.”

“No, Luca, it’s not your fault.”

It seems that Luca’s social anxiety is worse than I thought, and she’s afraid to stay here. Maybe we need to find a quieter place.


“It’s okay. Leave it to me. Let’s change our lodging to a quieter place.”

“I can rely on you, partner.”

I smiled.

I called out to the coachman who had started feeding the horse through the window.

“I’m sorry, but could you change our destination to an inn outside the town? We’ll pay the extra fee.”

“Huh? Ah, is that person not good with crowds? But there are no inns in this town, so perhaps it would be best to rent a tent over there?”

He proposed without making a face. I was relieved at his excellent service.

“But I’ve never set up a tent before.”

“It’s okay. I’m not bragging, but I’m quite used to camping, so leave it to me.”

He’s dependable.

I thanked the coachman, who slapped his chest with confidence.

“Thank you. Luca, please wait here while I go get the tent.”

Luca nodded, and Crazy hopped onto my shoulder and followed me.

“Hey, Crazy Bear, don’t you need to stay with Luka?”

“It’s okay. I’ll be the master’s eyes and help them see things.”


“I’ll be fine as long as I don’t leave the carriage,” Luca said.

If Luca said so, I should respect it. That bear is completely useless.

I feel embarrassed that the item bag I borrowed from Luca is a woman’s bag. Even though no one’s looking, my embarrassment is accelerating. Thank goodness it’s dusk.

I immediately found the store I was told about.

The nee-san working there looked happy drinking her alcohol.

“Welcome! We still have some good tents available. Which one would you like?”

She showed me a map with the available tents, but I shook my head.

“No, thank you. We want to set up our own tent in a quiet place. It’s for four people and a carriage.”

“I see. Please choose from this list.”

I looked at the list, but I wasn’t sure which to choose.

After thinking about it for a while, I decided to rent three small tents with the help of the store clerk. It seems that solo tents are popular these days.

“Then we’ll rent this spot for two nights.”

“Okay. Just be aware that it will automatically renew. Please show me your ID.”

ID? I reached for my pocket but found nothing. I had thrown away my guild card because it was in pieces.

“Um, excuse me. Where’s your ID?”

I was getting suspicious looks. That’s right, someone without an ID would be seen as a criminal. They might even think I’m a bandit.

Sweat was pouring down my face.

Then, the bear spoke up.

“Hahaha, what are you doing, partner? I have mine.”

What is he talking about!? Even though we’re supposed to be comrades, he attacked me from behind.

And to make matters worse, he jumped up onto the table, triumphantly showing his ID card.

Damn it.

This is horrible.

I had a lower social credit score than a stuffed animal.

I was shocked.

The nee-san looked surprised, too.


And when Crazy Bear gave her the card, she looked at it closely. As she raised her head, nee-san stared at me with sparkling eyes. Huh? It was as if she respected me. It was similar to the way Lai-nee looked at me.

“Amazing. You’re a ventriloquist, aren’t you? You’re very good at it.”


What does that mean?

“Crazy Bear-san, I’m your fan now.”

“Oh, okay.”

My name is Aix, though. Crazy Bear is there.

“Ey, you. This drunkard. I’m Crazy Bear. That’s my partner, Aix. Got it?”

“I understand. That’s the setup, right?”

The nee-san who didn’t seem to understand anything petted Crazy Bear, who was rampaging.

But isn’t this a convenient turn of events?

It’s fine like this.

“By the way, where will you be performing? I want to go see it.”

“I’ll let you know once the location is decided.”

I am Crazy Bear.

I suppose I’ll keep going like this for a while.

“Partner~. Clear up this drunkard’s misunderstanding for me.”

“It’s like he’s alive!”

“Chuckle. Let’s go, Crazy Bear.”

I waved goodbye to the drunken nee-san. Hmm. I really need to make that ID soon.


I got it. Could it be that the unknown person gatekeepers were referring to when leaving the town was me? Oh no, I’m sorry for causing trouble to them.

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