high value things she had.

“I don't know the details so the young lord should ask her the next time you meet her.”

Siegfried turned ahead and said nothing more.

‘I didn’t expect to know this much.’

The world was really big.

And different from the past.

In the past, everything was governed by logic.
But what about the current world?

The logic still applies, but that doesn’t have a major influence.

Either way, if one’s ability is recognized, it’s a world of powerful force.

‘A world developed in a different direction.’

Jamie didn’t think this world was bad, apart from the 12 Gods.

“The secret auction is the day after tomorrow.”

In the gloomy darkness, four signs were set in a circle.


“The basement of the Redum Museum.”

Stupid bastards.
A secret auction under the museum?”

No matter how dark it was under the lamp, doing such things under museums was too much.

“Those people know nothing about business.”

“Still, we need to be there, so be patient.
Anyway, are you sure the item is there?”

The first person who opened their mouth answered.

“We have information that the item was included.
Still, I can’t be sure.”

All items inside are treated with utmost confidentiality.”

As far as dealing with illegal things went, security was a priority.

Just getting this much was great.

“You will let me know if you get your hands on it, right?”

“I never thought that the old books would lead us here.
This must be God’s will too.”

These people sounded excited.

At that moment, the man who was quiet till then said,

“If only we could steal it successfully.”

The lively air subsided.

Either way, the man continued talking.

“Even if our lives need to be risked, we need to get it.
We need to succeed.”

“Of course.”

“The captain has a lot of worries but our skills are enough.”

Even a secret auction wasn’t unbreakable.

In fact, what if the same thing was done over and over again? How perfect would one be?

“The two of you will rest until then and Alex will continue to collect information.”

“Don’t worry captain.”

The one that was called captain nodded and disappeared into darkness.

The rest, like him, vanished into darkness.

Late at night, Jamie left the room.

Since he and Seigfried had separate rooms, there was no need to tell him.

‘It was a good thing that I didn't have an escort along with me.’

When he left the house, his mother was telling him to take it.

Jamie didn’t care, moving into the dark alley, he opened Gremia.


A pink-squirrel came out.

It was Venna.

With a contorted face she took a deep breath as she was in human form and looking at Jamie she said,

“I thought I was going to die, Master!”

“But you didn’t die.”

“You are too much.”

Venna stretched her body after being in that small place for so long, her body turned stiff.

“Since it is a magic stone city, I thought the entire city would be made of them.
Doesn’t seem like it.”

“… you need to have common sense, no city will be made that way.”

“Y-you never know.”

You never know.

How much would it cost to have a city carved out of magic stones?

“Anyway, you’ll be in Gremia tomorrow too so take some air.

“Eh… Again?”

“Seigfried is that talented.”

And there will be better magicians than Siegfried too, but for some reason Jamie wanted to be cautious.

“It doesn’t matter if you are discovered, but if we have the chance to hide, it is better to hide.”

Only a few people knew about Valkyries.
And included in the few people, people like the Frontier knew about it.

And Siegfried whom Jamie was with till now didn’t seem like one of those, but as long as the word ‘if’ existed, it was better to be careful.

“Still, once the work here is done it will be alright.”

After the work here, they would head to the magic world.

“Until then, stay in the room.”


Venna responded weakly.
She knew things, so she didn’t bother grumbling.

“What about Philion?”

“The same as usual.”

[The same as usual! This body is so stuffy that I might die.]

As Jamie couldn’t understand him, Venna helped.

“Says it is nice to be outside.”


“He likes it so much.”

“That is good.”

[You bastards!]

Venna walked on the streets with Jamie.

Since the magic stone market was opening tomorrow, people were busy preparing things.

Thanks to the lights on the street, it wasn’t too dark.

“Oh ho! So nice.”

The magic stones displayed were amazing.

Despite being only visible, Venna liked it.

“Must be low grade ones.”

“How do you know that? They can’t be known from an outside look.”

“Such talls things cannot be moved otherwise.”

Venna nodded as if she understood.

Grade B or higher, especially A, are not things which would be openly and easily handled.

“But even in Gav, we were never allowed to touch grade B or higher stones.”

“Because it wasn’t something kids can deal with.”


Venna’s cheeks puffed.

Jamie poked it with his finger and the puffed cheeks went down.

It was then.


The bracelet on his left hand, ‘Perfect Cell’ began to resonate.

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