Nanomancer Reborn I've Become A Snow Girl? Book 7 Chapter 485
Returning to her room, Shiro had a quick shower while Attie watched TV as usual. After Shiro brought him out to watch TV the first time, he had become enamoured by the sheer amount of programs available for him to watch.
Each program was a different story for him to experience. Of course, Shiro didn't see anything wrong with letting Attie watch TV since he was still a child.
While she was standing in the shower, Shiro started to wonder if she should perhaps send both Yin and Attie into a school or something since they needed more than just knowledge on how to fight. They needed to know social skills, technical skills and such other than just fighting.
After all, if they only knew how to fight, they could be used by a third party to do evil deeds.
'Damn, I'm really feeling like a mum now. I don't even have a boyfriend or girlfriend for god sake.' Shiro furrowed her brows since it was never her intention to be the mother of three.
It started when Yin received her human form and called her mother as a joke but soon it became natural. After Yin came Lisandra and finally, Attie.
Shaking her head, Shiro finished her shower quickly.
Sitting on her bed, she checked her phone and saw that Keomi had just sent her a message saying that she had arrived in the city of Epona.
[Shiro: Alright, where are you right now? I'll come get you.]
[Keomi: I'm near the adventurers guild right now.]
[Shiro: Got it, I'll be right there.]
Placing her phone down, Shiro quickly got dressed in come casual clothing.
"I'll be heading out for a bit. Don't go anywhere and cause trouble ok?" Shiro said while the second part of her sentence was aimed towards Yin.
"What? It's not like I enjoy going out and fighting people ok?" Yin pouted.
"I never said your name~ Perhaps it's guilty conscience?" Shiro grinned before jumping into the rift.
Phasing through the hotel, she jumped towards a nearby building as she quickly adjusted herself in order to have a smooth landing.
Making her way towards the adventurer's guild, she spotted her sister pacing around near the outside of the guild.
"Keomi!" Shiro called out while landing near her.
"Ah Shiro, you're here." Keomi sighed in relief.
"You ok? You look a little nervous." Shiro asked with a frown.
"A little. I'm just worried about Keiko since she might still be fighting the demon generals." Keomi nodded her head lightly.
"She told me not to worry about that. If anything, do you want to go and check up on her?" Shiro suggested.
"That might be counter intuitive. Since Keiko is an assassin, it means that she can get out of the situation easily. But if we're there, she might be hindered by our presence." Keomi frowned as she didn't know what to do. On one hand, she knew that her presence may be a nuisance but on the other, she still wanted to go help Keiko if possible.
"Hm, well if you want, I do have someone I know that can help us. He's quite high levelled and some demon generals might not be a problem for him." Shiro replied as she thought about having Nan Tian assist Keiko.
"What are you girls talking about? Hopefully, it's not anything rude about me now is it?" Keiko's voice rang out as she teleported besides Keomi and stumbled a little.
Quickly holding onto Keiko, Shiro assisted her so that she didn't fall.
"Are you ok?" Shiro asked immediately.
"Yeah, the generals were just a little annoying to deal with but now I'm here." Keiko smiled.
"At least you're safe now. Come, I'll take you to the hotel that I'm staying at right now and we can talk over there." Shiro nodded her head and lifted Keiko onto her back.
"Huh? Wa- Shiro?"
"What? You don't want to be picked up?" Shiro raised her eyebrows.
From her memories, she remembered that she would always give Keiko piggyback rides when they were younger.
"It's not that. I'm just a little surprised." Keiko chuckled and decided to enjoy it.
"Well I thought you would like it since that's what I used to do all the time when we were still in training." Shiro chuckled as both Keomi and Keiko looked towards her at the same time.
"That reminds me, have you really got all of your memories back?" Keiko asked.
"Yeah. I remember everything now. I mean, if you want, I can tell you something that only me and you would know. Same goes for you Keomi." Shiro smiled.
"Hmm sure. Tell me something that only you and I would know." Keiko nodded since she was quite curious about how much Shiro had remembered.
"Hmm.... When we were still in training, there were times where you tried to soak yourself in cold water and force yourself to drink bad milk so that you can skip out on training. It worked for the first time but you said that having to go to the toilet all day is worse than swinging a sword." Shiro replied with a smile.
Seeing Keiko's reaction, Keomi knew that Shiro was correct.
"What about me then sis?" She asked.
"You? Well there is so much to choose from. Which one should I choose How about this one. When we were young teens, you had a crush on one of the boys in our class. He was called Yanagi and you accidentally traumatised him when you broke a few of his ribs since you were too excited and hugged him too hard." Shiro chuckled.
Having the exact same reaction Keiko did, Keomi was a little embarrassed since she lost her first crush due to a miscalculation in her strength.
"So what happened? How did you lose your memories to begin with" Keiko asked as she wanted to change the topic.
"Oh that? I'll tell you in a bit when we've arrived at the hotel. It has something to do with saving Yuki so I might as well tell you in one go."
Arriving at the hotel, Keiko asked Shiro to put her down since it would be quite embarrassing to have the assassin hero be carried like a child.
"Aw, there's no need to be embarrassed though." Shiro chuckled while allowing Keiko to climb down.
"By the way, do you have anything to disguise yourself with? It may cause a small commotion if the assassin hero was to suddenly appear in the city after all." She asked.
"Oh a disguise? I have a skill that can do that. I'm an assassin after all." Keiko nodded while she waved her hand.
A magic circle appeared beneath her feet as her clothes started to change along with some of her facial features. After a short while, her disguise was finalised as she had some resemblances to Shiro.
"This should do. Keomi, you should still have the illusion orb I gave you a while back right? Why don't you use that?" Keiko smiled.
"Yeah about that I kinda left it back at the house." Keomi scratched her cheeks awkwardly.
"That's ok. I have a ring here that can help you disguise yourself. But Keiko, how come you chose to look like me?" Shiro asked curiously.
"It's easier to just say I'm your sister to strangers after all." Keiko shrugged as Shiro nodded her head. It was pretty reasonable after all.
Getting a double room for both Keiko and Keomi, Shiro brought them to her room first so that it was a bit easier to talk there. Lisandra and Yin needed to know about what she was planning to do in regards to Yuki so she might as well get that out of the way now and kill two birds with one stone.
Opening the door to her room, she was greeted by a harmonic atmosphere as she sighed in relief.
'Wait a minute, why did I prepare myself for something to go wrong when I returned?' Shiro furrowed her brows for a moment before shaking her head.
"Welcome bac- Huh? When did you get another daughter?" Nimue raised her eyebrows.
"It's not my daughter Nimue. It's just my cousin Keiko with a disguise." Shiro rolled her eyes while closing the door behind her.
"Right then, now that everyone is here, I'll tell you about what we're doing next along with an explanation of what had happened to me." She smiled while gesturing for Keiko and Keomi to take a seat.
"This might take a while to explain so make yourselves comfortable."
Once she saw that both of them were comfortable, Shiro pulled over a chair and sat down.
"Right then How to start this I was betrayed by one of my 'friends' and killed on the spot." She smiled.
'The f*ck!?' Both Keiko and Keomi thought at the same time but decided not to verbalise it. Instead, they decided to be patient and wait until she finished her story before asking any questions.