She was sent by God - Chapter 104
SWSBG – CHAPTER 104
“Now……. What are we going to do?”
“Ah? Isn’t this how you do it? Should I show you?”
Laslo took off his top with innocent eyes like a newborn calf.
Unfortunately, he didn’t notice that Agnes’s face became cold as he took off his clothes.
“Now and what are you doing?”
“Underwear. Isn’t that what you said when you want to go to bed with your partner?”
Of course, the first emotion that rose up was anger.
“For someone going to war tomorrow, this is what you want to do?”
After screaming, sadness and fear flooded her.
“I, I tried so hard holding back my tears in the bathroom earlier. I wanted to let you go with a smile. I’ve been holding it in for so long…”
“Oh, this. don’t cry, I didn’t think this through. Agnes. I’m sorry.”
When Agnes began to shed tears that she had been holding back, Laslo panicked not knowing what to do.
“I am in despair right now and here you are talking about underwear all of a sudden, and do you think that’s what I want in this situation?”
“It’s just, you look so depressed today.”
Laslo gently stroked her back.
“I thought this would make you feel a little better.”
“You leaving me won’t make me feel any better.”
Agnes sighed and wiped her teary eyes. At her firm answer, Laslo laughed with satisfaction.
“Then what should I do?”
“Stay by my side.”
He grinned. The couple lay on the bed holding hands and looking at each other.
“You can’t get hurt.”
“If the king asks you to do something unreasonable, just ignore it.”
“Wash your hands diligently with soap, and don’t go near the sick person in case of a plague.”
Laslo nodded her head obediently and affirmed whatever she had to say.
Agnes said, raising her face and kissing his lips.
“…You have to come back to me alive.”
“I will definitely do that.”
Agnes seemed to relax a bit, and her eyelids kept closing. Laslo patted her on the back.
“Get some sleep. Agnes, it’s already dark.”
“No, I’m going to watch you go.”
“I have already finished checking the generals, so there is no need to get up to see me off. Don’t come out.”
“The lord is leaving for the battlefield, how can the madness lie down and sleep?”
“Seeing you before I go will only make it hard for me to leave.”
Agnes pursed her lips and looked into Laslo’s eyes. The words she wanted to say ran up to the end of her throat, she couldn’t spit out anything.
“So, get a good night’s sleep.”
She tried not to sleep until the end, but she couldn’t get over her closed eyelids. Instead, she clutched to his hem and his hand. She tried to never let go.
She had a hard time falling asleep. She kept waking up and then fell asleep again repeatedly. She heard someone whispering. The hand that gently touched her cheek came like a dream.
Agnes closed her eyes for a very short time and then opened it. And when she turned to her side, it was empty. For a moment, her heart pounded. She rushed to get up, but her feet got tangled in the duvet and she fell halfway down.
The sun was rising through the curtains. Agnes frantically ran to the window and removed the curtain.
Through the window, she could see the army leaving the castle. She checked it, found her robe, put it on, and ran outside without a moment to waste.
The servant shouted in bewilderment, but Agnes did not hear anything. She just wanted to get to him somehow.
“Gasp…. la,.. slo…. where?”
“Princess. Calm down.”
She was running out of breath. She looked around the gates, but saw only armed and walking soldiers, but Laslo was nowhere to be seen.
Zoltan sighed softly, untied his cloak and covered Agnes over.
“He already left.”
“I wasn’t even able to tell him to have a safe trip……”
“Oh, why are you barefooted? Hey, you. Hurry up and get the princess shoes.”
“I couldn’t say that.”
There were no tears. Instead, a hollow voice came out of her lips.
“He will come back safely.”
Zoltan said quietly. Agnes did not turn to Zoltan. She just watched the backs of the soldiers disappearing endlessly.
* * *
“Aren’t you a little overworked these days?”
“What are you talking about?”
“You only get four hours of sleep.”
“That is enough.”
Agnes said bluntly. Ney continued to rant after that, but she didn’t listen.
“Madam. Do you have time?”
Andrassy walked forward as if running in front of Agnes with an excited expression on his face.
“We have made enough armor, so I’m going to start making light spheres again, is that okay?”
“And the soap you showed me before. Why don’t we improve it a bit and sell it?”
“If the surface is polished, add scented herbs and fix the packaging, it will sell well to the middle class.”
In addition, Andrassy laid out how to distribute the soap and plan a production schedule.
He’s been talking about soap for a while. It seems like he already made up his mind.
“Do what you want. By any chance, do you have any connection in the east,”
“What do you mean by connection?”
Agnes’ eyes grew cold. Andrassy rubbed his chin slowly.
“In the East, I don’t have a very tight sales network, but I know a lot of merchants. Shall I call them?”
“Okay. And find out more about the merchants who deal not only with Barania, but also Gent and Devorsen.”
“Even Gent and Devorsen?”
Andrassy eyes widened a little.
Barania, Gent, and Devorsen are all the lords representing the East. At the same time, they were aristocrats who blatantly sided with the king.
“Are you thinking of expanding your business to the East? Gent and Devorsen are royalists to the bone and must be approached with caution.”
“Of course, I should.”
“May I ask why?”
Unlike the first time when he was excited, Andrassy’s face changed calmly. He is quick-witted. Agnes put down her pen and looked at him softly.
“Hmm. I just want to try to sell light spheres more actively.”
“……I see. I understand. I will find out what you said as soon as possible.”
He nodded his head and left her room. Agnes took out the documents she had hidden under her desk only after her servants left.
A letter from Roland not long ago was written in cipher text.
<He knew that the spy he had planted in Estar was discovered. The King is suspicious and does not reveal anything important, but it seems that Estar’s information is periodically reported through other sources besides me.>
Dhe expected that there would be little twigs other than Matron. As she tied her hair and groaned, she heard a knock.
“Madam. The wizard has come.”
“Bring him in.”
Agnes hid the papers and spoke. As soon as the door opened, Theo rushed in.
“D, Duchess! Someone great is coming here! So, I mean. Whoa, don’t get too excited.”
“I think you’re the one excited.”
“Don’t be surprised. princess.”
Theo said with a sad face, not being serious.
“Reika-sama is coming here.”
“I thought you would be surprised! When I first heard the news, I was so startled that I ran here.”
“Wait a moment.”
“Hey, I can’t believe it. Reika-sama will come here. Hmmmm. do not worry. I will take responsibility for Reika-sama……”
He was faster and more talkative than usual. Agnes hurriedly cut Theo’s waist.
“Who is that?”
“Who is Reika?”
Then Theo’s face crumpled, as if he had seen someone who had no common sense.
“You don’t know Reika-sama? how? He invented the Georg equation, first established the Nielsen-Amungen equation, and the strongest of the four, the last wizard of the Golden Age!”
“Ah, you mean that Archmage?”
“Reika-sama is not just an Archmage! He has far surpassed the limits of human beings!”
Theo jumped up and heated up. Agnes only remembered who Reika was after listening to his lengthy additional explanation.
She is called the last wizard of the Golden Age.
“Why is she coming here?”
“Isn’t it because of the mana stone?”
“I have no intention of selling mana stones.”
Theo, who had been very excited, was taken aback by her sarcastic attitude.
“Yeah, but when Reika-sama is coming, shouldn’t we have a welcome ceremony by inviting the residents of the territory?”
“Welcome Ceremony? Do you know that Nirseg is at war right now?”
“But it’s Reika-sama, even for a modest banquet….”
“Banquet? My husband and the lord of Sutmar are fighting with blood and sweat on the battlefield. And you want me to hold a banquet?”
“Do you have more to say?”
Theo left her room, with a drooping shoulder. It was so trivial that Agnes quickly forgot the name Reika. Until Archmage Reika appeared in front of Agnes and said such nonsense.
“Exchange ten mana stones for one of my signatures.”
“Are you a con artist, not an archmage?”
When Agnes asked the question absurdly, Reika sighed as she fluttered her gorgeous pink hair with her hands.
“Oh, I guess you love my autograph a lot, I’ll give you 5 sheets for 1 mana stone.”