“Oh, Alise, you’ve come back at the right time.”
Saying that, the one who raised his right hand was the figure of Elmer, the guild master of the royal capital.
“Guild Master is here too, isn’t he?”
“Yeah, I’ve got some stuff to do over here.”
Alise didn’t dare ask him what stuff he was up to.
She had a feeling it wouldn’t be a bad idea anyway.
“Thank you for your hard work, Alise. Please take a seat.”
Klaus, the head of the Guild Branch, who was sitting on the sofa facing Gilmas, urged her to sit down.
“Then excuse me,”
Then she sat down on the couch next to Gilmas, facing the branch chief.
“May I report it immediately?”
Alise asked the branch chief sitting face to face.
“Of course. Please do.”
The branch chief gave her permission, and Alise reported what she had seen in the labyrinth.
“First of all, after diving to the deepest point, sir.”
When Alise said that much, the expression of the guild branch leader sitting face to face changed to one of surprise.
She didn’t think she said anything that would surprise him.
”You’re telling me you dove to the deepest part of the Labyrinth in this short time?”
As she recalled, the gatekeeper said the same thing to her, but was it really that amazing?
Normally, fighting alone would give you enough time to dive to the deepest part and come back.
“Yes, I defeated the guardian, too.”
Alise said with normal expression.
Next to her, Gilmas was laughing vigorously.
“I knew it was a good idea to ask Alise for this mission”
Gilmas, sitting next to her, said.
From what she heard, to dive to the deepest part, even a party with A-rank certification would need a day to do so.
If you added up the equipment and food supplies, it was normal to take about 3 days to complete.
But she managed to do it in just three hours.
It’s no wonder they were surprised.
“As expected of an adventurer backed by Marquis Dion. The best indeed”
Guild Branch Head Klaus said.
It seems that the rumours of Marquis Dion had reached this labyrinth city.
What exactly was that Marquis doing here?
The question still remained unanswered.
“So about the Labyrinth, I don’t think there’s a problem with the S-class designation given. The guardian was the Red Dragon.”
Alise said to Gilmas and the branch chief.
At that moment, the expressions on the faces of Gilmouth and the branch chief froze.
“‘I have defeated the Red Dragon,･･････”
Their voices overlapped.
And then, tired of being surprised, they had a dumbfounded look on their faces.