A Court Blacksmith, whom was Condemned for being a ‘Woman who Reeks of Iron’, was Picked up by a Friendly Guild and Attained Happiness Translation

54. Things to do

Now that the purpose of the store had been decided, we were ready to discuss the products.

Teresia spoke while counting her fingers.

“The basics will be weapons, armor, and cutlery. You’ll have to order and manage the materials you need.”

“O, okay!”

In short, I’d have to do the management myself.

To be honest, I wasn’t very confident.

Even when I was working at the royal place, all I needed to do was write down a list of the necessary materials and submit it. Afterwards, they’d be brought for me.

It seemed that I’d still be working with some of the materials collected by the guild members.

Then, would I have to think about money and profit?

“Don’t worry, I never said that you’d be going at it alone.”


“Gahahaha! Are you anxious!?”

Rigard laughed vigorously.

My anxiety seemed to be apparent from my face.

I wasn’t aware at all.

“I’m sorry…”

“There’s no need to apologize. I won’t tell you to manage it alone. Even I can’t do that.”

“You’re being too vague. If you did end up leaving everything to her, then that’d be just ridiculous.”

“I’m not planning to do that? The right person needs to be in the right place.”

Rigard laughed vigorously again. Teresia sighed while clutching her head.

Although they seemed to be having a difficult time, it was the proof that they trusted each other.

“Hence, Grave, help Liliana.”

“Can I!?”

Grave was nominated. He looked truly surprised, it seemed to be unexpected.

“In term of relational value, it isn’t like I can just leave it to anyone other than you. Accounting and the other things will be your responsibilitie.”

“I understand, but is it really alright?”

“I’ve decided. Grave is the right person.”

“I see, if that’s what older sister has decided, I have no objection.”

Grave turned towards me.

“What about Liliana? Are you okay with this?”

“Of course. I hope Grave can assist me.”

“I see. I’m glad, then.”

Grave was relieved. I thought everything would be alright.

The anxiety of running a store for the first time could be alleviated if I was with Grave.

I knew enough to know he was reliable.

We were happy with each other, and stared at each other with smiles.

“Hey, flirt after our discussion is over!”

Rigard’s voice returned us to reality.

Before I knew it, I had been sucked into a world of only the two of us.

To do so in front of Rigard and Teresia, how embarrassing…

Grave also blushed.

“Let me get this straight. I didn’t appoint you so you could flirt with her, okay?”

“I, I understand.”

“Are you telling the truth?”

“Of course.”

While stuttering, Grave’s blushing face was a little adorable.

I could tell that he was being self-conscious.

My face also flared up a bit.

“Alright, I’ll keep sending requests your way. You’re the cornerstone of the combat department. Basically, I’ll be giving you priority.”

“Alright, boss.”

“Then, let’s get on to the third point.”

The third was to participate in the guild rally.

It was an unfamiliar term.

“Teresia, if you would.”

“You could at least explain that much yourself…”

“I’m not really confident in my explanation, but if you say so—”

“—Alright, let me do it.”

His previous words convinced me—Is Rigard really bad at explaining things?

I had such an impression.

Theresia started explaining once again.

“You’re aware that we’re in charge of the city’s guilds, right?”


The biggest guild in the city—it was our ‘Sword of the Blue Sky.’

“The rest is self-explanatory. We have to stay in line. That’s why we hold regular meetings, to maintain the city’s order.”

It seemed that there were more than 20 guilds in the city, including ours.

Not only did they vary in scale and organization, they also worked while protecting their own territory.

The meeting was scheduled once every three months.

In fact, when Ibris came to the city, an extraordinary rally was held and he participated in it.

After the horde of demons had attacked, there was no confusion in the city afterwards because the various guilds cooperated.

Rigard and Teresia seemed to have pulled some strings in places I didn’t know.

“In the guild rally, I’d like to announce the start of the new business and introduce Liliana.”

“A, alright!”

“You don’t have to be afraid. It won’t be so awkward at the rally. The three of us will be participating that day.”

Three people… that meant Grave would come, too.

I was a simple person. I could already be at ease knowing I’d be together with them.

While I felt relieved, Teresia inquired of me.

“I’d like you to prepare some of your wares so they can be advertised at that time. Are you up for the task?”

“Yes! Will a sword, some armor, and a set of cutlery be alright?”

“That would suffice. I’d also like for you to begin preparing management over your materials. If there’s anything you don’t understand, feel free to consult me. Although, as long as Grave is with you, I don’t think there’ll be any problem.”

“Leave it to me. I’ll do my best to support you.”

Grave struck his chest proudly.

He truly looked reliable.

“Alright, that’s all for today! We’ll be busy starting tomorrow!”


***T/N: Hello! I’m back to translating this series! Was in a burnout break because all Liliana seems to care about is striking iron.

Please also consider donating to my ko-fi! It’ll greatly support me in action, no matter the amount!

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