Teresa turned to the armored figure beside her, not expecting the latter to have said those words at all.
Meanwhile, Roel looked at William and blinked his eyes contemplatively. He had a rough idea as to what the latter was talking about, but he felt that there was a need to enquire the details.
“Pardon me, but may I ask you to clarify further?”
“It’s an organization founded by the descendants of the Twilight Sages and a few other sequestered houses. We call it the Dawnbringer Order.”
“… Dawnbringer Order.”
Dawn, as in after twilight? An interesting name.
Instead of accepting the invitation right away, Roel assessed William with his golden eyes as a thought arose in his mind.
It’s a little abrupt.
Roel already saw William and the others as friends after confirming their identities, but even long-lost family members would need a few days to warm up to one another after their reunion. It hadn’t even been an hour since the two of them just met, and they hadn’t built up a relationship of mutual trust yet. To join their organization all of a sudden was simply…
Roel looked at William with a conflicted expression. Teresa also seemed to think that William’s actions lacked consideration as she began scribbling something down on her notebook.
William himself also quickly sensed that his question was too abrupt, and he hadn’t provided Roel with enough information to make an informed decision yet. So, he quickly supplemented.
“I know that you might have never heard of our organization before, and it’s only to be expected. The Dawnbringer Order hasn’t been established for long. Its core members consist of a few sequestered houses and the descendants of Twilight Sages, and it seeks to carry on the torch of the already departed Assembly.
“The Dawnbringer Order doesn’t just accept anyone into the organization. We recruit mainly through a recommendation system, and there is a series of strict tests to determine the recommended individual’s eligibility. However, the procedure is simplified for the descendants of the Twilight Sages. As an awakener of the Ascart House, you’re eligible to directly join the Order.
“We didn’t manage to offer you any meaningful help this time around, so honestly speaking, we were intending to leave this conversation for a more appropriate time in the future. However, you happened to appear right in front of us by some coincidence. I personally believe that this is the string of fate at work, which is why I wanted to seek your opinion on this matter,” William explained his thoughts.
Roel could only smile bitterly after hearing the truth.
He knew that it was not fate but the effect of the Blessed Wheat that brought him here. It might look like a coincidence, but this encounter was inevitable due to the barrier around the room.
By Roel’s standards, the only ones who would abruptly get
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