GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger
Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)
Chapter 4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part Two—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)
That’s right. The person in front of Bai Saya was none other than Philo, who had adventured with him for around two months and thought of him as a woman the whole time!
However, Philo was currently not dressed like an adventurer. He wore a dark blue knight’s outfit of high quality make, and a gorgeous knight’s sword hung by his waist. He looked just like an elegant noble, much more than Prince Bol.
Philo looked rather surprised. He asked in a hurry, “Saya, I thought you had left..? Eh? Did you just call my name?”
I thought I would never see you and Agid again either, Bai Saya answered in his heart.
“Is it Saya?”
Agid rushed over, squishing his entire body by the door, his eyes large and round. He shouted, “Saya, you’re so beautiful in a dress!”
“Is it Saya-jiějie? Let her come in right away!” came a surprised shout from a girl within.
“Brute, no matter how skinny Saya is, she can’t squeeze through a door that you’re blocking!” The rogue Pisce’s mocking words also sounded from within.
This really is the adventurer team I just left. Bai Saya thought it to be a little strange. Isn’t this Princess Anabelle’s private room?
Agid scratched his head and moved aside with a foolish smile so that Bai Saya could enter. Even though Bai Saya didn’t understand what was going on, the guards were piercing holes into his back, so he could only head inside first before anything else.
Philo told the guards, “Thank you for escorting her over.”
Given the situation, the suspicion in the guards’ eyes dissipated, and after giving a nod to Philo, they left to continue chasing that woman in a black formal dress.
“Saya, you can speak now?” Philo asked both happily and doubtfully.
“Saya, that Dan didn’t bully you, did he?” Agid shouted angrily.
“Saya-jiějie, where’s Shooting Star?”
Bai Saya felt his head spin from getting bombarded by three questions at the same time. Just as he was thinking of how to answer, he was stumped by an enigma—who was that person who asked the last question?