Weaver, who was quietly looking out the window in his office, murmured in a low voice.
Many people were seen practicing archery in the training field.
Among them, the figure of Filina with her rosy hair tied high stood out.
She daringly fought in front of the instructor, pointing her bow at another cadet.
Even so, there was no hesitation in the way she moved her lips.
“Hey, if it wasn’t for the courage, I wouldn’t have been able to enter the school illegally.”
A twisted laugh escaped Weaver’s lips.
Filina’s threatening face was clear.
“I heard that the commander really cares about the swordsmanship academy.” (Filina)
The red eyes that looked at him that time and the soft smile revealed her arrogant personality.
“You don’t want to quit the academy you love so unfairly, do you?” (Filina)
The threatening voice with an elegant expression was shameless.
In his mind, he wanted to send Filina to the investigation room right away, but he needed to watch it a little longer.
It was because he was curious as to how far Filina would go with that temper.
Moreover, it was necessary to investigate what kind of relationship she had with the Crown Prince.
“…It will either rise to the top or fall underground.”
Weaver muttered as he looked out the window with a dry expression.
At that moment, he heard someone knocking on the door.
“Commander, this is Lawrence.”
Weaver went back to the desk and sat down.
Soon after, Lawrence, with his light blue hair stepped inside the office.
He put the report on Weaver’s desk.
“It is the result of administering special drugs to the six high-level monsters in the breeding ground.”
Weaver took the document and slowly skimmed it over.
“Finally, the effect is showing little by little.
Just in case, let’s strengthen the barrier of the breeding ground.
If at any rate the demons get out of control, we will be in trouble too.”
“Yes, I understand.”
Weaver closed the document he was looking at and handed it back to Lawrence.
He blinked his eyes and lowered his voice.
“Don’t let Vice commander Carmen know about this result.
Speed up the researchers’ experiment.”
Lawrence bowed his head in response to Weaver’s words.
Weaver, who watched him leave the office, leaned deeply against the chair and covered his eyes with his hands.
A slight fatigue came over him.
“What if the team got a score deducted from you freshmen? It was a simple fight.
Are you children?”
The cadet standing next to Filina muttered in a rigid voice.
The senior member of the 2nd Order who had been scolding them sighed.
The 2nd Order senior who was scolding them sighed.
“You are responsible for the score you lowered and raise it somehow.
The reason he was so sensitive was simple: the team scores were the only thing that gave them the right to go out.
The higher the level, the more difficult it was to advance, so he chose to give up his vacation when he reached about the third level and use their team score to get the right to go out.
When Filina heard the story passed down to her, she couldn’t look up with guilt.
The fight escalated as she drew her bow on the other student.
In the end, she had to be called into the interrogation room to write a report and the score of each team also got hit.
This was immediately brought to the attention of a senior member of the 2nd Order, who nagged her for over an hour as soon as she left the investigation room.
Then the senior waved his hand to dismiss her and the other student as his mouth was hurt from too much talking.
They quickly left the place, afraid the senior would change his mind.
“Ah, it’s unlucky to get involved with a woman.”
The other student mumbled as he walked to the other side.
“Such an insect-like child… ”
“Sir Filina, be patient.”
Bessie grabbed Filina’s shoulder.
Filina, who was staring fiercely at the back of the cadet, sighed and closed her mouth.
“For no reason, you get cursed because of me.”
As Bessie said with an apologetic face, Filina spit it out with an angry expression.
“It doesn’t matter how much cursing I get.
I’m still angry.
Those children earlier, they were the ones who argued whenever Sir Bessie was alone!”
At her words, Bessie’s eyes widened and she opened her mouth.
“How did you know?”
“Of course I do! I’ve been by Sir Bessie’ side all this time!”
It was the reason why it wasn’t so awkward to laugh at Bessie in an archery class.
They often quarreled with Bessie only when she was alone.
But when Filina came, they returned to their place as if nothing had happened.
Bessie was just trying to ignore it, so it was difficult to come forward for nothing.
The problem was that as time passed, their actions became more and more drastic, and now they openly speak even when Filina was there.
Bessie was tormented.
In addition, the instructor didn’t make any restraints.
“What the hell is the instructor’s job?”
Filina spat out with an annoyed face.
When someone tried to harass her during the physical exam, the instructor just watched the situation peacefully.
“We’ll get in trouble if we fight the wrong ones.”
Bessie shrugged and continued.
“You know Sir Filina.
All the people who argued with me were children of nobles.
So, unless there is solid evidence, the instructors will not be able to act freely.”
“That’s why it’s so frustrating.”
Filina bit her lower lip gently.
If that was the reason, she was embarrassed to open her mouth in front of Bessie anymore.
Because she was also a noble.
Perhaps, she did not know that she was receiving the benefits of the military academy without realizing it.
“Sir Bessie, if this happens again, be sure to tell me.”
Filina looked back at Bessie and said.
“There are only two women here.
If something happens to Sir Bessie, it will be very difficult for me too.
The reason I’m adjusting to this place quickly is because I have Sir Bessie.
You know what I mean?”
Bessie, who had a surprised expression on her face as if she didn’t know that Filina would say that, nodded her head slightly.
I’ll tell you if anything happens in the future.”
The two walked to the dormitory and shared more small talk.
Then in front of the dormitory, she saw someone standing there.
Filina passed by and glanced at him.
It was Leon.
She tried to pass him by without much expression, but….
Leon approached and called her carefully.
Filina turned her head.
Filina looked at the two and said.
“I’ll go in first.”
Bessie took a step forward, and Filina looked at Leon as if asking what was going on.
Somehow he couldn’t open his lips right away with a hesitant face.
Then, as if thinking of something, he asked her.
“Did you get scolded a lot by the instructor?”
Somehow Filina had forgotten that the archery class was with the 1st Order.
She felt a rush of shame.
It seemed that all the cadets had watched her fight.
“Oh, I didn’t get scolded much.”
She answered with an awkward smile.
She looked at Leon with a face asking if that was all.
It was embarrassing.
So, she tried to get out of this place as quickly as possible.
But Leon still had more to ask.
Then, very carefully, he parted his lips.
“Well, come to think of it, I didn’t tell you my name.”
When Filina looked at him with a puzzled expression, Leon nodded and made eye contact with her.
If you don’t mind, may I ask your name?”
Filina responded with a small smile at his polite voice.
Leon silently repeated her name.
It was an action to remember Filina’s name.
She looked at him quietly, and asked if she could leave, and Leon nodded.
Only then did Filina pass him by.
As she walked into the dormitory, she suddenly stopped and looked back.
Leon had already left the building and was walking towards the training room.
“……name should be okay, right?”
Filina muttered softly and took off her steps again.
After dinner at the dining room, after a while, Filina wet to the training room.
The training room was open 24 hours a day so that cadets could practice freely at any time, but there were more senior knights who were preparing for promotion exams than freshmen.
And she saw a familiar face….
Henry was the only one hitting the wooden sword in the corner of the training room.
His condition seemed to have improved, but his skin was still pale.
‘He probably didn’t go to the infirmary.’
He was like that in his previous life.
At least once a year, he was seriously ill but never went to the clinic.
After staring at Henry for a moment, she turned her head indifferently.
She walked to an empty corner in the training room, put on her gloves, and put on weight bands on her wrists.
As she swung her wooden sword into the air, a sharp wind blew.
Filina gripped the handle of the sword more tightly and repeatedly struck down the wooden post.
She kept her posture straight and moved only with the muscles in her arms.
The focused eyes glowed red.
Precise hand gestures drew straight lines at regular intervals.
As time went on, as the weight became more familiar, Filina increased the number of weight bands.
What was most disadvantageous to her was her strength.
It took more effort and practice because her muscles didn’t build as easily as men.
However, Filina scored a more accurate target than others.
The location where the wooden sword was hitting was always the same, and the interval and speed were constant.
As time passed, the cadets began to leave one by one.
Normally, Filina would practice until midnight and then go back to her dorm.
However, Henry was still there, so she couldn’t leave the training room because of a strange feeling.
After a while, only Filina and Henry remained in the training room.
The time passed one o’clock in the morning.
Filina put down her wooden sword for a moment and picked up a water bottle.
Cool water flowed down her throat.
tuck – tuck
In the meantime, the sound of wooden swords clashing constantly echoed from one side.
Her eyes looked at Henry standing in the corner.
It was the same as she first saw it, it was a posture without the slightest disturbance.
He continued to focus on training so much that she wondered when he was going to take a break.
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