"I am Amara -- the great sinner. I am Kresi Mirin, the harbinger." She says, "I don't deserve something as wonderful as love."
He enters the castle. The spirit beasts look at them but say nothing. As he walks toward her chamber, he says to her, "Who wouldn't? You might be a horrible slave, but you are not ugly. I am sure that there's someone in the world who would look at you as if you are the only woman who exists in this world."
"There was one." He hears her murmur. "He was my husband once, but I didn't love him."
Does she regret it? He decides not to ask. Aren kicks open the door to her chamber. Her chamber is simple -- a bed and a wardrobe. There is nothing else. He doesn't know what he has expected to see -- but he hasn't expected this. Shouldn't a girl's room be… more colourful? Maybe he's stereotyping here. He might have expected more life, but it looks like a room where someone is living for the sake of living.
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