Now that Azusa befriend Laika and living in a bigger, newly rebuilt house, she thought life couldn’t get any crazier. Of course, it gets even crazier as a young girl that refers Azusa as their “mama” knocks on her door.
After Laika finished building the new home, Azusa shows off her skills. She instantly kills 50 slimes without much effort. Either way, Laika seems impressed that she can kill that many effortlessly. Of course, what Azusa said about slimes not going to get revenge on her is an understatement. Given how powerful she is, anything can happen, even slimes plotting revenge on her.
With that, Laika prepares a meal for Azusa. It’s obvious that she prepared a big feast. I mean, is it necessary for her to create an omelet and a salad that can feed a whole family. After all, it’s only Azusa and Laika, for now at least. Still, it’s not too surprising to see this happen since she wants to show off her cooking skills. Thankfully, Azusa seems to like her cooking, so that is good.
At night, Liaka suggests putting a barrier around the village. After all, the village stands defenseless if a monster or someone powerful enough decides to destroy it. This is not too surprising given that Azusa is attracting unwanted visitors lately. Thanks to Laika helping with creating the magic circle, they managed to create a barrier. The funny thing it worked too well as it stopped a thief in its tracks. As expected, Azusa and Laika receives praise from the townspeople.
The next day, Azusa continues to live an easy life as she and Laika enjoys drinks and cookies. Of course, someone knocks on her door, which makes Azusa nervous. When she opens the door, she sees a young girl who calls Azusa her mama. It’s funny to see Laika’s reaction as she becomes shocked that Azusa has a daughter. The girl’s name is Falfa and she has a little sister. Yes, a little sister that is out to kill Azusa, which is why Falfa came.
I find it funny how Azusa gets perplexed when Falfa said that Azusa gave birth to her and her little sister. Still, it’s funny how Laika becomes amazed by this revelation.
The funny thing is that Shalsha has a grudge on Azusa since she killed her and all. She is using Smite Evil magic, powerful magic that takes a long time to perfect and only affects certain races. To make matters worse, Shalsha and Falfa is about 50 years old. In other words, this can become a challenge for Azusa.
If you are wondering, Falfa and Shalsha came from the souls of slimes that Azusa killed. Yep, Shalsha wants to avenge the life of all slimes that Azusa killed. I guess Azusa shouldn’t be joking those slimes are plotting revenge on her. In fact, this is becoming a reality. To make matters worse, Azusa’s magic is ineffective against Shalsha thanks to her Smite Evil magic. Azusa thought she was a goner as Shalsha tries to land a final blow.
Thankfully, Laika protected her and did a Dragon Punch. While Shalsha withstand the attack, the magic wore off and she fainted. Yep, the Smite Evil magic is ineffective against dragons. Not only that, the magic is only good on one person.
When Shalsha woke up from bed, she tried to use her magic, but she couldn’t activate it. Since she can’t use it anymore without waiting, she decides to live with Azusa just like her older sister.
In the end, the moral of the story is that revenge is rarely worth it. Thankfully, Shalsha came into terms that Azusa is not the only ones that kill slimes, but other humans as well. Sure, Azusa killed most of them, but it would become impractical to plot revenge on everyone. Like Azusa said, she should be happy that Azusa is alive.
Aside from that, Azusa showed Falfa and Shalsha around town. They also had dinner at home, which of course Laika made too much food again. Thankfully, it’s justified now since it’s not just her and Azusa. While Azusa’s life has changed, but she is happy that her life is getting a bit livelier. Still, I find it funny how Laika could be foreshadowing the next members for Azusa to befriend. Yes, and elf and a demon. I won’t be surprised if this is what happens next.
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