r= ”ltr ”>This town was in a quite remote location, surrounded by mountains and was sparsely populated.
The group of Green Lizard Dragons originally also intended to go further away, however, on the way because the dragon eggs were about to be laid, they had to stay on the outskirts of the town.

Ning Chu was relieved, and hid Third Cub before returning to the location he came from.

Wuuth was still in the same place, his expressionless profile looked very cold, and the Dwarf Dragon was lying at his feet.
When he saw Ning Chu appear, Wuuth immediately stood up straight.
Ning Chu swept him a glance and walked to the woods.
He took a few steps and turned his head to find Wuuth motionless.

Ning Chu’s anger subsided a little, “…Let’s go.”

Wuuth reacted and quickly followed Ning Chu.

Back in the town by the river, the residents were thanking the people, taking out some gold coins as a gift, but the students didn’t accept it, and the mercenary group was too embarrassed to accept.

One resident worried, “Will the dragons come back?”

In the past, there were often low-ranking magical beasts on the outskirts of the town, but the high-ranking ones were deeper in the mountains and forests, and very few of them would be encountered, let alone dragons.

Enigma Forest was burned down, which disturbed the magical beasts inside, and they fled in search of a new place to live, inevitably passing by places where humans lived.
However, the most frightening thing was the dragons rather than the high level beasts.

No one could guarantee it, as the group looked at each other, and only Ning Chu replied, “No.”

He reassured the residents who spoke, “They were in a hurry to lay the dragon eggs this time, and normally wouldn’t stay in a crowded place.”

Ordinary humans were afraid of dragons, and dragons also disliked humans.

“Re-really? That’s good,” the inhabitants recognized him as the one who took the initiative to move the nest and thanked him, “Thank you so much, we don’t know what we would have done without you…”

“It’s okay,” Ning Chu said, “As long as the dragons are not disturbed, they would leave on their own when the eggs hatch.”

“He’s just a student, so what does he know?” Someone in the mercenary group heard and lowered his voice, “It was just luck.”

How else could Ning Chu and Wuuth have survived the magic dragon’s claws and coaxed the general public? His voice was quiet, but Ning Chu heard it regardless, as his masked face turned towards him.

At the same time, the Dwarf Dragon stood up furiously and showed its teeth at him as if Ning Chu was his master.
The mercenary was so shocked that he almost fell into the river.
He steadied himself and said to Wuuth indignantly, “Mind your contracted beast…”

Wuuth didn’t even bother to give him a look and looked at Ning Chu, “Go back?”

There were no more dragons around, and the area had been cleared of magical beasts, so Ning Chu decided, “Let’s go back.”

When the students saw that they were going to leave, they were very reluctant, but didn’t dare to ask them to stay.
They weren’t afraid of Ning Chu, but they were of Wuuth.
They watched Wuuth and Ning Chu get on the dragon’s back together, and Wuuth even gave Ning Chu a hand when the dragon took off.

When the dragon flew high into the sky, carrying the two people on its back further and further away, one of the students’ voices was very excited, “So that rumor… It’s true, right?”

Shortly after Ning Chu and Wuuth left, the deacon sent by the Church arrived late.
Knowing that the dragon’s nest had been successfully moved, the deacon was about to leave after a few perfunctory words, when he heard from the mercenary group that a magic dragon had also appeared here, and that it had led some dragons away.
He suddenly became interested, “Where was this? Take me to see.”


Leaving the town, Ning Chu asked Wuuth to fly the Dwarf Dragon around the Academy.
With the help of Lance Academy and the Church, the situation of the beasts was temporarily alleviated and didn’t worsen, and the students in the Academy were safe.

At noon they found a random place to settle lunch.
Ning Chu didn’t roast rabbit meat again, but prepared some bread and other dry food.
Wuuth didn’t look like a person who carried food with him, so Ning Chu offered him half of the bread.

Wuuth was a little hesitant to take the bread, he held it in his hand for a while, then looked down and took a bite.
Ning Chu watched him quietly and saw him frowning, obviously not liking it.
But eventually he swallowed the bite of bread and put the rest away instead of continuing to eat it or returning it to Ning Chu.

Ning Chu thought to himself, Is it possible that he likes burnt rabbit meat more?

Cubbie also liked to eat rabbits, both raw and cooked.
When Ning Chu raised a group of rabbits in the game, most of them were reserved for him… 

Ning Chu closed his eyes and silently recited, Wuuth is Wuuth, Cubbie is Cubbie, and cleared his mind before continuing to eat bread.

In the afternoon they didn’t have a definite destination, so Ning Chu simply suggested, “Let’s go straight back to the Academy.”

He hadn’t been to the arena for a few days, so it was time to prepare for two challenges this afternoon.
The two of them went back one after the other, just like yesterday.
There were a lot of people coming and going at the entrance of the school in the afternoon, and Ning Chu entered with his head down when he suddenly heard someone talking.

“Two magic dragons? The contract gods bless…”

He stopped in his tracks and turned his head to look at some students who were talking, “Another magic dragon?”

The students who spoke were all second year students, so they didn’t know Ning Chu as they casually explained, “Not here, it’s over in West Point.
Two magic dragons got into a fight, exchanging blows.”

“I heard it rained hard for three days in a row,” another added, “and no one dared to go out on the street.”

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