S Rank Adventurer Deported For Innocent Charges Chapter 63
From there, they had almost reached the labyrinth city without any problems.
On the way, they had also detected some signs of demons, but most of them retracted when Alise released her killing intent.
”Alise-sama, we’re about to arrive,”
When the sun was starting to set, Erich said from the front of the carriage,
“Is this the labyrinth city ……
“Is this your first time, Miss?
“Yes, I’m new to this country,”
While having such a conversation with Erich, they arrived at the entrance of the labyrinth city and entered through the gate for the nobility.
There was no checkpoint this time: ……
I’m not sure if it’s the same as the Marquis’.
The carriage stopped near the centre of the labyrinth city.
“It is already past the guild’s reception time today. The Marquis has prepared a room for you, please use it.”
Saying that, Alise was handed the key to the room.
Wasn’t the Marquis too prepared?
“Thank you, I will use it.”
Alise took the key and Erich showed her to her room.
“Then I’ll be right here. Please, have a good night’s sleep.”
Then she walked into the room and closed the door.
“It didn’t have to be this nice,”
Obviously, the room that the Marquis has prepared for her could be classified as one of the better ones in the inn.
Erich was apparently staying on the lower floor of the same inn.
“Well, I have to be up early tomorrow, so let’s get some rest”
It was completely dark outside.
Tomorrow, She had to go to the Labyrinth City Guild Branch to report her visit to investigate the labyrinth.
After that, She could finally enter it and start her investigations.
Alise turned off the lights and lay down on her bed.
She closed her eyes and after a few moments, she let her consciousness fall into darkness.
* * * *
“Alise, it’s eight o’clock.”
She was awakened by a knock on the room.
She had told Erich in advance that I wanted him to wake me up at eight o’clock.
Alise replied to Erich and, from her pyjamas, dressed in her usual long coat.
After about fifteen minutes of getting ready, she left the room.
“Sorry for the wait,”
“No, not at all. Would you like to have breakfast?”
“Right. Let’s eat first.
Alise headed to the dining room attached to the inn.
Breakfast was a standard breakfast of ham sandwiches, tea, and salad, but it seemed to fill her somehow.
Alise finished her breakfast quickly.