After Sarasa manages to defeat a salamander, she inspects the results. However, Lorea receives a strange letter from her father from Sarasa’s family’s business. What might it be?
While Sarasa struggles to defeat the salamander with Kate’s and Iris’s help, she manages to pull through. The salamander is ice solid and intact, meaning she can sell the whole thing and pay off Iris’s family’s debt. They are obviously happy, along with Kate and Iris, for apparent reasons.
On the other hand, Lorea seems to have become a bit worried since Sarasa received that letter. That letter came from someone who worked for Sarasa’s parents’ business. They offer her an offer to take over her family’s business.
Not to mention, it would take her a month for Sarasa to get to the capital, so she made the preparations before she left. As we find out, Lorea took in the stuff the gathers bought for them but never appraised it. It’s a recipe for disaster. Additionally, Iris and Kate seem less motivated with Sarasa being away. Also, it’s taking a toll on Lorea as she makes a big meal, but Sarasa is not around. I wonder if they could finish the meal without her. It doesn’t help that Lorea sees that the letter is addressed to Sarasa, which adds to her worries.
Before Sarasa left, she spent time around town as Elles took her around. Interesting how they brought up the first time she did it with Sarasa 6 months ago. Apparently, it took Sarasa a while to prepare her shop, so Lorea, Iris, and Kate could manage independently.
Aside from that, Sarasa visited the capital and met with the guy who managed the business. Sarasa saw the picture she drew. Thankfully, the person who managed the family business managed to get out of a dire state after 7 years. He also revealed the reason why he sent Sarasa to an orphanage. With the business in a dire state, he thought it was a good idea to send her there until the situation improved. Of course, we know that Sarasa decided during that time.
After observing the family business, the manager there intends to have Sarasa take over, and she finally visits Ophelia’s shop. This was probably the first time we saw Maria’s eyes open. But of course, Sarasa talked with Ophelia about the request from the manager managing her family’s business her parents left behind. Yep, she also pointed out that she saw Ophelia during the battle of the salamander. But, yes, her cover is blown as she eventually requests to have sword practice.
Eventually, Sarasa came back when Lorea, Iris, and Kate became overwhelmed by customers. Obviously, Lorea hugged Sarasa while she was in tears. Lorea really missed Sarasa. But Sarasa won’t abandon the village as she must make herself happy after seeing how her family’s shop was managed. In order words, she turned down the offer but kept a communication line. I knew it would end this way as she couldn’t leave her friends behind.
As expected, this was a fun and lighthearted show. It was nice to see a show outside of the Atelier series that reminded me of that series for alchemy. Sure, Sarasa is probably overpowered and skilled, but she is still new at running a business. Still, it’s nice to see how she runs her new business solving some issues due to Iris, who tended to get herself into sticky situations.
Of course, the pairings don’t disappoint, with Lorea and Sarasa and Iris and Kate is more than just best friends. Interesting how the alchemist has their own female partners. This makes you wonder if they are in a relationship or actually married. Either way, while I wouldn’t mind another season, how wholesome the show is, it’s still a solid watch.
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