The Dark God has been wandering in this world for two thousand years.
Stuck among plebeians without magic, he's been able to keep going because he wanted to find Renasir Ari and his child.
When he does find them -- though he has no idea how he ended up in the past -- Renasir Ari is gone, leaving behind a newborn in the lap of a goddess who is barely capable of caring for a newborn.
His daughter, Misumi, is a demi-god, nonetheless a halfling. The child is born weak because she didn't get appropriate care when she was in her mother's belly. She needs her mother the most. Does that woman not know how much a halfling newborn needs her mother? It's clear to him that the newborn didn't even get the first drop of her mother's breast milk.
What could be more important than a child? He can forgive anything but this. Leaving just after naming the child… what a cruel woman!
Nothing should be more important than a child for a mother.
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