After earning her Alchemist license and getting a new shop, Sarasa is disappointed that the place she got is in terrible shape. However, she pushes on thanks to a certain girl who witnessed Sarasa’s disappointment.
With all the effort Sarasa went to arrive at her new place, it looks run down after years of neglect. Unfortunately, it is too good to be true, as Ophelia got her a fixer-upper. Thankfully, Sarasa is a go-getter. She has come so far that she can’t give up here.
With that, she decides to start picking all the herbs in the yard and gather them. She also finds out the inside is in good condition and simply recharging the cleaning seal cleaned up most of the house. Also, all the alchemy equipment was still there too. Not only that, there is a dedicated bath too. Yep, it looks like the house is not too bad. Not too surprising since the former owner was an alchemist too.
Despite having negative first impressions, her mind about the place and the town seemed to change. Sarasa goes out to get stuff for the house and meets the girl that witnessed her meltdown. The girl, Lorea, becomes excited when she sees Sarasa. She never saw someone dressed so fashionable from the city, let alone the capital. Still, I have high hopes for Lorea and Sarasa, especially what happens later. Still, we know that Sarasa’s harem will grow from here.
We also see Sarasa’s neighbor, Elles. Sure, she looks imitating, but she seems very caring. She knows how to pull a bunch of strings to get Sarasa the furniture she needs and fix up her place. Sure, the carpenter gave Elles a hard time, but she knows how to pull the string to make it happen. Even though the husband played a prank on Sarasa by serving her food that didn’t suit her, his wife got back at him. After Sarasa admits she loves the village, everyone changes their minds to help Sarasa.
Sarasa starts having second thoughts about whether things will work out. After spending a night working on making and bottling potions. That morning, someone rings the bell, and it’s Ophelia. I’m surprised she showed up again. Yep, she got there three days by running when Sarasa complained about it taking a month. It must be the equipment Ophelia made that enabled her to get there quickly.
You might wonder why she came to Sarasa’s place besides checking on her. First, she wanted to give her a sword since an alchemist needed to fight strong monsters to get special synthesis materials. Also, she sets up a teleporting circle to allow Sarasa to sell stuff and request items. Still, Sarasa wanted Ophelia to stay for the night, although she declined. After all, Maria might chew her head off if she waited too long. Still, it’s evident that Sarasa is lonely and desires to have a helper of her own after Ophelia mentions it.
The next day, she finds out a bunch of people came to her house as Lorea shows her the stuff for the bed. Yep, everyone changed their minds and decided to help Sarasa out. Maybe some of this is thanks to Elles, but mostly Sarasa says she loves the village. Either way, it’s nice to see Sarasa’s shop fixed up.
Of course, Lorea decides to stay overnight at Sarasa’s house. She shares her time with Ophelia visiting and about the sword. After listening to Sarasa’s desire to have someone help her, Lorea is willing to do so during her free time. Her decision makes Sarasa excited.
They even bathe together, and it’s funny how Sarasa becomes jealous of Lorea’s well-endowed chest. Of course, she started to act funny from the magic Sarasa put into the bath water. Of course, Lorea insists Sarasa sleep in the same bed. Yep, it’s obvious where this is going.
Either way, after getting the shop set up and opening it up, some adventurers went in carrying an injured girl. Yep, it’s probably the next girl that will join Sarasa’s team or, instead, her ever-growing harem.
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