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    Translated by NotBlueYet
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    Finally, the day of the picnic arrived.

    Come on, it’s a fun, fun picnic!

    Our destination is a forest where no demons appear.

    The forest where the high orcs came from, the great forest of Yokuzora where you can get magic stones, and the forest I visited in the kidnapping case.

    These forests are connected and can all be called the Great Forest of Yokuzora.

    However, the people of the royal capital refer to the area as the Great Forest of Yokuzora, as it is the only place where the magic and miasma are dense and demons are likely to appear.

    This time, we are heading to an area where demons do not appear, namely the forest near the royal capital.

    If it’s a forest near the royal capital, it’s such a small fish that it wouldn’t even matter if there were demons. (n; They mean to say that it’s a relatively safe place.)

    The ones that will come in this area are easy to beat. (n: The translation says ‘Easy to beat’ which makes little sense so I made it like a sentence like this one.)

    Compared to Japan, there is far less play in this world.

    So much so that the four major festivals are held as major events in the country.

    After all, the holidays are all about being outdoors and getting refreshed!

    We were gathered at the main gate of the school.

    All dressed in uniform.

    In case you were wondering, it’s part of the student council activities.

    “Good morning, and thank goodness for the sunshine.”

    I said, and each student council member returned the greeting.

    But Natalie was the only one who was curt with me.

    I don’t care, I don’t care.

    We chat and get into a carriage that is less decorated.

    It is possible to walk to the forest, but we dare to use a carriage here.

    This is because they will still be using horse-drawn carriages to get around on the day of the event.

    If you travel from the school to the forest on foot, it takes about 1.5 hours.

    It’s a little far, but it’s not too far to walk.

    However, considering that the event time is only in the morning of the last day, I don’t want to take time to travel.

    With a horse-drawn carriage, it takes about 30 minutes from the school to the entrance of the forest.

    You can use your free time for events.

    Except for the cost point of view, the carriage is overwhelmingly advantageous. ……In the first place, there is no need to seriously consider the cost.

    Sanzar Academy is not so stingy that they can’t afford to pay for a carriage.

    They won’t be blindsided by the mere provision of a dozen carriages.

    In other words, transportation is almost always determined by horse-drawn carriages.

    So, with that in mind, we headed for the forest in a horse-drawn carriage, keeping in mind the transportation on the day of the event.

    The interior of the car feels a little spacious for four people.

    Maybe it’s because everyone but me is a girl, but the space here smells kind of good.

    If this was four bastards, it would smell like sweat.

    In my previous life, I didn’t have many opportunities to get involved with girls, and when I did go out with my friends, it was of course with my male friends.

    I remember being jealous of my friends who were traveling in groups of men and women.

    It was a science department, so there were no girls.

    And because my hobbies were games, manga and anime, I was surrounded by boys.

    That was a lot of fun, though.

    I have no regrets.

    Wow, it’s nice to be surrounded by girls……

    I wish I could be smiling, but I’m just not in the mood.

    Next to me, Natalie is looking out at the scenery.

    She had hardly spoken to me since she got into the carriage.

    Maybe that’s why the atmosphere is not so good.

    In the midst of all this, Emilia, who was sitting on my diagonal, was trying to liven things up somehow.

    “Oh, by the way, do you remember encountering a high orc during your freshman year practicum?”

    Suddenly, Emilia asked me.

    Of course I remember.

    It was an experience that showed me firsthand how terrifying demons can be.

    “I didn’t know that was possible!”

    “Oh, oh.”

    Shallot flinched slightly as her eyes lit up.

    “I know you and Owen became friends over that incident.”

    “I’m not sure if it’s because I’m not a big fan of the game, but I’m not a big fan of the game.”

    “Did you serve as Lord without knowing it?”

    “You’d think they’d be able to get away with flight magic, but they usually do.”

    “I thought you were ready to make your move.

    “Still, it’s amazing that you can stand up to a High Orc all by yourself.”

    “I’m a wreck, though.”

    It’s funny now, but at the time it was seriously scary.

    “Yes, I know; you always do it alone.”

    Suddenly, Natalie entered the conversation.

    I glance over at her.

    As usual, Natalie was looking out.

    “No, well, …..coming back is just fine.”

    “I was just lucky, who knows what will happen next time?”

    Natalie’s somewhat dismissive way of saying things is disturbing.

    I almost said, “What’s so wrong with you?” but I restrained myself.

    I don’t want to fight on a day like this.

    “Well, well, Natalie, don’t look so frightened.”

    “I didn’t mean to look scary. ……No, I’m sorry.”

    With Emilia interceding, we managed to come full circle.

    I just made the atmosphere worse, even though I was excited.

    I can’t get a good conversation going with Natalie.

    It seems that the gears that once shifted are moving out of tune.

    Emilia looks at me and Natalie in turn with concern.

    Noticing her gaze, I looked out the window.

    The street continues from the main gate of the royal capital to the northwest.

    To the left of the road is a plain area, and to the right is a forest.

    There was a forest colored yellow, which reminded me of the season.

    “The forest is beautiful.”

    Shallot lets out a gasp of admiration at the view outside.

    “Quaint, isn’t it?”

    “Yes, it’s soothing to look at, autumn is great, I love the indescribable loneliness.”

    I agree with Shallot.

    Summer is over and autumn is here.

    The seasons are gradually drawing to a close for the year.

    At the same time, it foreshadowed the end of our school life.

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