But a better part of Ryoka she didn’t know she had told her something else.
she thought of it in terms of chess players.
Ryoka was like some of players she’d met who could do 5-second games really well because they were so used to seeing certain pattersn and playing games that they could make the best or close to the best move within moments.
a bit more calculated and patient.
any good chess player had to mix instinct with calculating the overall impact on the board,
“I can’t believe you thought you had to churn milk to make icecream.”
The Asian girl shifted uncomfortably in her eat.
you might as well avoid using sugar because of the cost.
Only the aristocracy and rich merchants can afford to buy a lot of confectionaries,
so you’d have to raise the cost too high.
Ryoka took a few steps into the snow and began to jog.
The snow was loose and powders around her boots.
It was like running in the sand—and even harder because of the boots.
or swarm or whatever they were called en-massse.
[Warrior Level 2!]
“Your indulgence in your newfound friend is commendableAlthough,
perhaps you shouldn’t have let her go.
lithe shapes of fairies hovered and dove as their laugher rang through the air.
She didn’t reply.
How he could call the wonderous beings floating abouve his head ‘pests’,
Erin had no idea.
Their argument had attacted the attention of the Frost Fairies above.
They flew down towards Erin and Pisces.
But the fairies had different bodies in other ways as well.
They had no breasts or other genitalia,
and they had two sets of wings,
They’re totally fairies!
They just spoke to us?”
The fairies ignored Pisces,
but he frowned at him.
He aimed towards the center of their herd and spoke.
The mage was smirking.
He gestured at the flames as it chased the Frost Fairies.
The air froze.
Pisces’s faze turned white and his robes stiffened.
His entire body frosted over.
“Fire cannot hard us!
Ye foolish prat!”
An avalanche of snow blasted through the open door of the inn,
sweeping through the tables and chair aside.
Erin was tumbled up,
blue and white patches of light flying upwards.
He heard nothing of the Frost Fairy’s laughter or their remarks,