"Aah fuck I should have flash step away from him before doing that," I said, looking at my own body full of guts and troll blood.
"Blue doesn't look good on you," Kayda said sarcastically, walking up to me.
"Naha, you're just jealous. Don't worry, come here to give your girlfriend-Grug," I said, only to be interrupted by a jet of water being shot into me, making a fall on my butt.
"...No," Kayda said, lifting her hand before shooting me again with water.
"Cough, Cough, I think I am clean now, Kayda," I said, sitting up having a coughing fit.
"You sure?" Kayda said with a raised eyebrow.
"Yes," I mumbled, standing up.
"It looks like your right," Kayda said, walking closer to me while inspecting me as well.
"Bleh, the smell is still there, though," I said, smelling myself.
"Yeah, let's go to that river we saw on our way here. We can go clean up there," Kayda said, turning around towards the exit.
"Where are you going? We need to clean up here and collect everything before we can go and clean up properly," I said, looking at her back, surprised.
"Use your dimensional storage," Kayda said, not stopping.
"What a help you are," I mumbled, walking towards the remains of the troll king.
(1 hour later)
"So, refreshing," I said, coming up from the river I just jumped in. At the moment, I was wearing shorts with my top being bandaged closed.
"It is, isn't it," Kayda said, already standing in the water to the side. At the moment, she was wearing a red bikini that made my nose bleed again when I first saw her in it.
'I am really lucky to have a chance with someone like her.' I thought, enjoying the view.
"Yes, sadly, I will need to dry my tail again after this, but it's worth it," I said, getting out of my thoughts swimming closer to her.
"What do you want to do after this?" Kayda asked, looking at me.
"I don't know. We can go walk around the city, or we can get ready to leave the city towards the demon territory." I said, not caring much.
"We can leave tomorrow then," Kayda said, smiling.
"Great, I can't wait to see that tomato girly again. I wanted to talk with her at the castle, but with everything happening, I never did." I said a bit too happily, making Kayda look at me weirdly.
"Why?" Kayda said, narrowing her eyes at me.
"I never met the Anabald yet and wanted to know how they are," I said hastily, seeing giving me a look.
"Ooh, okay, I won't say anything then. How much gold do you think we will get for the gems we got?" Kayda asked, nodding.
"I don't have a clue," I said, shrugging my shoulders
"Do you know how much it weighed?" Kayda asks with a thoughtful expression.
"No, but it should be at least a ton or two. That's excluding us killing all the trolls." I said with a small grin.
"Did you go and get every troll?" Kayda asked, surprised.
"Yes, I got them all, of course. We can get money for each corpse because we eliminated them," I said, smiling evilly.
"In other words, we will at least get 7 000 gold," Kayda said with shining eyes.
"Probably... I think Armillian is my favorite city." I said with a giant smile.
"Why?" Kayda asked, confused.
"Because I became so rich in this city," I said, smirking at her.
"Huh? Kitsuna, this quest was on my name, so all that gold is mine."
"What?" I whined, swimming in front of Kayda.
"Hehe, all that money is mine," Kayda said, laughing evilly.
"Kaydaaaa, you can't be so mean to your girlfriend," I whined, hugging her waist trying to give her puppy eyes.
"Stop that. Your eyes become scarier if you do that, and you shouldn't be so greedy," Kayda said, pushing my head away.
"Moo, come on, Kayda. Sharing is caring." I whined, not giving up.
"Will you be sharing the money you made last night at the action?" Kayda asked with a raised eyebrow.
"of course. I was planning to use that money for mostly food." I said, letting go of her.
"Hmm, then what are you going to do with the quest money?" Kayda asked, looking at me skeptically.
"Buy more food, of course," I said, looking at Kayda like that was obvious.
"Good, it better a lot of juicy steaks then," Kayda said, crossing her arms.
"Yaya, you can have them. I will take the bones." I said, sinking back deep into the water.
"Good to know we even fit for each other when it comes to food," Kayda said, smiling at me happily.
"Hmm, never thought about that, but that's true," I mumbled, looking at her smiling a bit dazzled. Feeling my nose itch again, I shook my head before looking away adding. "That bikini of yours and your smile is a bit of an overdose."
"Aah, is my girlfriend embarrassed?" Kayda said, moving closer to me.
"No, I am dazzled," I said, looking at her with a neutral expression trying to stop myself from blushing.
"Aah, don't try and lie to me," Kayda said, appearing in front of me with a cheeky grin looking down at me. Tapping my chin, she continued. "Come on. It is only the two of us here for quite some distance."
"Heh, you are playing the wrong game here," I said before she could understand what I meant, wrapped my right arm around her waist, and gently grabbed the back of her neck, pulling her closer to me, kissing her on the forehead. Looking at her shocked expression, I grin before adding. "You are playing with a fox, my dear."
"Why the forehead?" Kayda said, coming out of her shock, still having a visible blush.
"We have been dating for a day, and I don't know if you want to make our first kiss a bit more romantic or something," I said, letting her go.
'Her boobs are so soft!' I thought, remember the feeling of it on my own chest.
"I guess I would prefer to have my first kiss to be more romantic. Wait, so you don't care if our first kiss is romantic or not?" Kayda said, turning away before looking at me, surprised.
"I don't really care. Former male, remember." I said, pointing at myself before I gave her a cheeky grin adding. "Your first kiss, huh?"
"That's true, and yes, I have never kissed someone before," Kayda said, turning away again.
"Aah, don't be embarrassed. I also haven't kissed in this life yet." I said, wrapping my arms around her waist.
'Looking back at it. I think I never kissed anyone in this life. No family member or nanny. well, it's not like I had the option, to begin with.' I thought a bit depressed.
"Don't go and mock me. I already know you have done everything." Kayda said, frustrated.
"Hey, don't get frustrated. Remember, this body of mine might be all yours one day." I whispered into her ear seductively.
"Don't do that!" Kayda yelled, elbowing me in the gut with enough force to break my spine.
"Ugh, that hurt like a truck," I said, letting go of Kayda falling into the water.
"that's what you get, hmph," Kayda said, climbing out of the water, not even looking if I was okay.
'She's almost like me back when sensei and I did it. I didn't have the guts to hit her, though.' I thought, laughing at Kaydas's reaction.
"I guess we are done," I said, standing up after healing my spine.
"Remember to be my gift!" I said loud enough for Kayda to hear.
(2 hours later)
"She killed a what!?" Sara yelled, looking between Kayda and me.
"Are you deaf? Yes, I killed a troll king." I said, annoyed.
"How did you kill that!?" Sara said, ignoring my annoyed expression.
'This fucken woman.' I thought, getting ready to make ice weapons to stab her with.
"Sara, just a warning, don't get her too mad and stop shouting. It's annoying," Kayda said, grabbing my shoulder to calm down.
"Tch, can we just get our payment already?" I said, still annoyed.
"Yes, of course. You can put the materials you got on that scale." Sara said, pointing at the scale next to the desk.
"Everything won't fit on that scale. Do you have a bigger one?" I said, looking at the small scale.
"We do, but that's in the back."
"Lead the way," I said, waving her on.
"Okay," Sara said, nodding turning around, walking to the back of the guild guiding us.
Following Sara to the back, we went into a room with a 4 by 4-meter big platform.
"You can just put everything on there when you bring it," Sara said, pointing at the platform.
"Okay," I said, walking up to the platform before taking everything out of my storage and dumping it on the platform.
"Dimensional magic?" Sara said, baffled.
"it's on her guild card Sara. you shouldn't be this surprised." Kayda said, looking at Sara, disappointed.
"Oh, of course, ha-ha," Sara said, laughing awkwardly.
"Whatever, I am going to go sleep, Kayda. I am really tired after today," I said, walking out of the room after dumping everything onto the platform.
Well, I have bad news.
All the chapters I had stored up are useless now. Well, not completely useless.
The reason for this is because I didn't do proper fight scenes in them, and I kind of figured out how to write fight scenes. I am still not a master in them, but I am learning how to do them.
Now for uncertain news. Because I will do proper fight scenes, there will be more chapters than planned before the tournament when I plan to go premium.
Now the reason why I am bringing this up is that I don't know how a web novel will react if this novel goes over 150 chapters and hasn't gone premium yet because that's where this is heading at this point.
There are 6 planned arcs before the tournament, and each should at least be 10 to 12 chapters at the minimum. Kayda and Kitsuna love arc is already close to 20 chapters, and there is more still to come.
Sheesh, am I dragging things out too much? Well, it's not going to change sorry I like to write like this.
Anyway, I will try my best I promise you to keep it at the tournament, but I really don't know if they will like that.