The next day, after I finished my daily routine, I decided to escort my friends who walked over to visit me, back to the town in my wagon.
I parted ways with Juno and Elsa then I headed off to Dan in order to report the red grizzly subjugation. The red grizzly’s head would serve as the proof of subjugation. The guild point displayed on the guild card changed to 61 after reporting.
After that, I handed the tanned skin to Sarasa.
【Red Grizzly Skin: Has a small heat generation effect and is very warm.】
I decided to make it into a quilt. It seemed I could get two quilts out of it.
After having an adequate lunch, I went to finish my last errand.
I was standing in front of the gate of Bavarian-sama’s mansion. I saw Donny, the soldier, yawning while standing guard in front of the gate. I told him that I wanted to see Bavarian-sama.
I was already acquainted with Bavarian-sama and he must have had a lot of free time ever since he retired from his position as the feudal lord of this town since I was immediately told I could see him right away. I was escorted into Bavarian-sama’s office. I took an item out and placed it on top of the table.
It was a potion inside a bottle. I was certain they had never seen anything like this in town before.
【Egil Recovery Potion: Can recover HP (big) and can restore the lost parts.】
I knew someone who needed this item the most. That person was him. Someone who became disabled after a monster came flying and cut his right arm off. It was Bavarian-sama.
I wrote down the result of the appraisal on a piece of paper. When Bavarian-sama and Donny read the paper, their eyes widened. Timidly, Bavarian-sama drank the potion. Then, on the spot where his right arm was supposed to be, particles of light appeared. Those light particles gathered together and his right arm was restored.
Bavarian-sama was deeply moved to the point of tears. After crying and crying, he then vigorously shook my hand in gratitude. Above everything else, there was also one additional side effect, other than his restored right arm.
Yeah. That’s good. I was curious about that too.
Since I had finished my errand here, I was about to go home when Bavarian-sama grabbed my arm. He told Donny to do something and a short time later, Donny returned with a big bag. It was a big leather bag filled with a large amount of gold coins.
I told him I didn’t need it but he insisted. It would be discourteous of me to not take their intention to return the favor into consideration so I accepted the leather bag.
When I stopped by at Sarasa’s store, I found out that the red grizzly skin was already finished being processed into two quilts. I handed two gold coins to pay her but she said two gold coins was too much so she gave me some silver coins back. As a fellow merchant, I really liked her earnest attitude.
Since I was already here, I bought a lot of firewood, food and alcohol until my wagon was full. As for the payment, I pointed toward the leather bag that Bavarian-sama gave to me and told her to just take the money as she saw fit but she instead counted all the price down to the last copper and gave me my precise change.
This kind of attitude must’ve come naturally to her as a merchant. I felt like she and Margo as well, took pride in their occupation as a merchant. Hence why I could trust her.
When I arrived home, I carefully stored the gold coin bag I had received from Bavarian-sama in a hidden safebox made with a mechanism under my bed. By the way, I didn’t count the amount of gold coins I got because it was too much trouble to do so. All I knew was that there was a large amount of gold coins inside. Even though the cabin could be locked, it was better to take extra precaution. After all, monsters were not my only enemy.
When it was time for me to sleep, I changed the blue wolf quilt I had with a red grizzly quilt. The red grizzly quilt was pleasantly warm. With this, I could keep myself warm enough when the cold season came.
T/N: One additional side effect? Maybe restore Bavarian-sama lost brain cells?