After Yuna meets with the lord and manages to cure Fina’s mother, Yuna thought about getting some eggs. After buying some eggs and using a teleport portal, she comes up with an idea. Yes, it involves raising chickens.
After the emotional and heartwarming moment of Yuna finally curing Fina’s mother, it’s nice to see her moving around. Yuna thought about getting some eggs from that boy she saw in the first episode, but the place to get them is so far. Yuna eventually figures out a solution to this besides using her new teleport ability. More on that later. Still, creating teleport gates are useful, especially in role-playing games
While buying a kabob, she notices that children are standing there waiting for food. After seeing them after hearing what happened from the food stand worker, she decides to buy them food. Yes, the children are grateful for helping them. Still, it shows how kind and compassionate Yuna is.
Still, I can understand why Yuna feels bad for them, especially with the orphanage receiving no funding from the lord. That seems strange since the lord was not treating people. After all, she kind of distrusts the royal family. Also, she can’t help to see all those children suffering at the orphanage. She must do something.
After hearing the situation from the teachers, she must do something. Yes, she gave temporary relief, but it’s not sustainable. However, she comes up with a good plan. She decides to make the orphanage self-efficient by raising their own chickens. After all, you can raise chicken for meat and eggs. Not only that, there is a demand for those eggs, which currently fetch a high price. Sure, with more supply, the price will go down, but it will give them a source of food and revenue. Fina’s mother helps fleshing out the deal with the guild to sell them.
Of course, the lord eventually notices, and it seems that he wonders why his family is excluded from buying the eggs. He eventually confronts Yuna. Yes, Yuna acts a bit childish and blaming him for what is happening in the orphanage. However, I feel that she doesn’t know the full story as the Lord doesn’t know what exactly is going around. Still, I can understand why Yuna reacted this way although it’s a misunderstanding.
After he did some investigation, he found that one of the people working close to him did some shady things. Yep, embezzling money from various projects the kingdom is doing, including the orphanage. Either way, he locked the perpetrator up and restored the funding. Of course, when he breaks the news after apologizing, the orphanage didn’t need the money anymore. Thankfully, he worked something out to make things right.
Yes, Yuna is super embarrassed by doubting the lord. Thankfully, Fina still commends Yuna’s efforts. After all, what Yuna did is impressive, especially for a 15-year-old. ¶