S Rank Adventurer Deported For Innocent Charges Chapter 48

The day’s training was over and the process of dismissal was complete.

“Do you guys have any plans later, Alise?”

Misa asked.

“We don’t have anything in particular. We were just talking about going back to the mansion.”

There’s no need to stay long as there’s no particular task from the Guild

“Then how about you teachers join us for our get together”

“A social gathering?”

“Yes, we’re trying to get to know each other  better, so we’re going out to dinner!”

Certainly, it’s good to get to know the members of this team and make them work together.

In fact, it seems to be quite common for members of these teams to register as an adventurer’s party as is.

Alise was a solo adventurer, so she was not familiar with that area.

”What about Rogel?”

“I’ll listen to whatever the miss says.”

“All right. Let’s all go together.”

There was no rule in this training that instructors and students are not allowed to share a meal together.

There should be no complaints from anyone.


She was pleased with her students’ reaction.


“Do you have a shop in mind?’

Rogel asked the students.

“No, we are new to the city and don’t really know any shops”

Misa said with a bit of an eye roll.

“If that’s the case, I know a good place to go, so let’s go there.”

Rogel smiled at that.

“I will introduce you to the restaurant.”

“I’m sure there will be no outliers.”

TN : Outlier = a person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set.

“Are you sure! Thank you!”

The students’ eyes lit up.

“Yes, we’re going to have to walk a bit, if you don’t mind?”

“We’ll be fine.”

Misa and the rest of the A-team were enthusiastic.

No, it was not something to be so enthusiastic about, was it?


“Then let’s go.”

Rogel led them to the shop.

It was probably a few minutes’ walk from the guild headquarters.

Rogel stopped.

”Here it is, Miss.”

It was a privately run Bar.

“We are a bar, but our food is delicious and we have more than just alcohol.”

They entered the restaurant, which was run by a friend of Rogel’s. It was a semi-private room.

“We’re seven,  is that all right?”

“Yes, that’s fine. This way.”

Alise and the others were ushered to a large table.

‘Then order anything you like from the menu. If there’s anything you’d like to eat or drink, feel free to let me know.”

Rogel said in a gentle voice.

“We’ll have tea. We’ll have orange juice.”

The students did not seem to drink alcohol yet.

To be considered an adult in this world you were supposed to be 18 years and above.

”What about you, Miss?”

“I’ll have a fruit wine. Rogel can drink today if you want.”

“Thank you. Now, I’ll take you up on your offer.”

Rogel said, and he himself ordered an ale.

Apparently, it was a normal drink.

Once they finished ordering, they waited for the food to be brought to them.

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