ird Cub flew around her and rubbed her forehead.

The little black dragon flew in, swept them a glance, went to the corner of the bed alone and squatted down.

He looked a little out of place, a red and a green dragon cub huddled in the same nest.
Fifth Cub wondered, [What’s wrong with him?]

Third Cub licked his paw, [I don’t know.]

After another long wait, Ning Chu came back.

He rubbed the dragon cubs’ heads one by one, took his clothes and went to take a bath first.
The little black dragon straightened his tail when he touched it, but Ning Chu didn’t notice.

When it was late at night and Ning Chu and the dragon cubs were asleep, the little black dragon got up quietly.
He approached Ning Chu and squatted on the pillow looking down at him.
After confirming the meaning of the word ‘couple’, Wuuth’s first reaction was anger.

It was the turn of those irrelevant people to ask such private questions? Then he realized that the “couple” they were talking about had another concern for himself.
They were asking if Ning Chu and he were a couple.

He wasn’t sure why they were asking, but Ning Chu was now a human, and he was a dragon… 

Human looks didn’t fit the dragon’s aesthetics, and Ning Chu didn’t have hard scales, sharp claws, much less horns or wings.
Wuuth began to uncontrollably imagine what Ning Chu would look like if he became a dragon.

The scales would be a lighter color like silver and white, as beautiful as his current skin, perhaps with a pair of small antlers, teal pupils like transparent amber in the sunlight, and a soft purring voice.

The little black dragon was restless and walked around to the other side of the pillow and continued to look at the sleeping Ning Chu, looking down and sniffing the scent in his hair.

In fact… he felt that Ning Chu’s human form was good-looking.
But Ning Chu wasn’t a dragon, he was a human, would he think he looked good in human form?

In the next instant, Wuuth changed back to his human form and appeared on the narrow bed.

Ning Chu seemed to notice, frowning and moving, but Wuuth released a wisp of black smoke enveloping the tip of Ning Chu’s nose, the marks between his brows smoothed out and he fell into a deep sleep again.

Third Cub looked up, turned over, rested one side of the dragon wing on Fifth Cub and went back to sleep.

The bed was a single bed, and Wuuth was crammed into it, having to be careful not to crush Ning Chu, but also not to make a sound that would alert the other person in the dormroom.
He propped himself up on Ning Chu’s side and reached out to touch the side of his face.

It’s not a scaly touch, it’s… Soft? It had the illusion that a little pressure would leave a red mark.
When the warmth of his nose hit Wuuth’s hand, he suddenly regained consciousness and withdrew his hand.

What was he doing now?

Wuuth’s mind was in turmoil as he took one last look at Ning Chu, turned back into a hatchling and flew out of the curtain of his bed to the balcony for a cold breeze.

The next morning, waking up with no idea of what happened last night, Ning Chu yawned as he got up to wash up.

Today he would also go outside and wondered if Wuuth would still be waiting for him at the gate.

After what happened yesterday, Ning Chu was a little embarrassed and squirmy, but if Wuuth didn’t bring it up, he wouldn’t care too much.
It’s just a rumor, they’re open and honest, so it can’t be true.

Ning Chu packed up his things and took Third Cub out, and when he arrived at the school gate, he didn’t see Wuuth’s figure.
He was slightly disappointed and planned to leave alone, but he had just taken two steps when someone called out to him from behind.

“Hugh.”

Ning Chu turned around and Wuuth was walking towards him.
It seemed he was just a little late today and had no intention of avoiding Ning Chu.

Wuuth approached, he deliberately collected his emotions, so his eyes were calm, “Let’s go.”

 

In the town near the Nuba River, another wave of Church people came.
They blocked the news, and no one was allowed near the area where the magic dragon had appeared.
Several men with magic wands and wearing silver magic robes searched along the woods.

“It was indeed a fire dragon,” one man had a small disc in his hand with a pointer pointing to red, “and there are still remnants of its magical element here.”

He walked around with the disk, capturing the orientation and trajectory of the fire element in the air.
When he came to the edge of the woods, he pointed to a direction in the distance, “Go look over there.”

The woods weren’t large, and several people continued to search around, not letting go of a single clue.

When they passed another place, the pointer turned again and stopped at the location of fire magic.

“Huh?” The man was surprised, “There’s one here?”

He continued to walk around the area, confirming that the Scarlet Flame Dragon had also appeared nearby, but looking at the direction of the magic element extension… Did it come back once more?

Soon, the people sent to search far away also came back.

“There are a few traces of unusual dragons passing over there, but no fire dragons were found.”

The leader of the group said “hmm” and looked around.

If he was right, the fire dragon had led a few dragons away, but separated from them halfway and turned back.
But all the students and mercenaries present yesterday claimed to have seen the fire dragon only once.

No, not even seen, they only heard a dragon roar.

And the two people who actually saw the fire dragon appear with their own eyes left long ago.
“A bit interesting,” the leader put away the disc and instructed his subordinates, “Let’s go back first.”

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