Previously on To Your Eternity
Following The Beholder’s advice, Fushi tried to create a whole ship with his powers. When trying to have a little break in a city nearby, he found a pair of siblings in pain but he managed to save only one of them, Eko. Kahuku recognized the girl as a part of a tribe that no longer exists, as she has nowhere to go, she joins the party to save the world against the Nokkers.
Ahhh Fushi, I missed you, boy. He and Are are taking a stroll through Renril, the city that will be attacked by the Nokkers in a few months. Fushi is scouting the city incognito. At lunchtime, Fushi starts asking Kahaku about the Nokkers’ nature, how do they communicate with each other? Has he heard news since the last time? Apparently, Nokkers can share images with each other.
They don’t have a language. Something like what the clay people do, Ako’s tribe. And conveniently, it wouldn’t work on Fushi or humans because of our bodies, that thing the Nokkers hate so much.
A new Army
Prince Torta, Bon’s little brother is looking for an army to help Fushi and Bon. We have a very extensive job interview where Torta is like “just tell me if there is something in this world, you care about” But Uralis Army loved Prince Bon and therefore, Fushi so there’s no way to scare them. All of those who didn’t leave will set to Renril as soon as possible. A soldier did leave and he will have to give explanations to Bon himself.
Of course, for this very bright soldier, Bon’s act was no good and he was discovered from the begging. He is still loyal to Bon, even now, and together with another soldier from the Church of Bennet. They listen to Bon’s plan of getting immortal friends for Fushi.
When Bon reaches Renril, he quickly tells the good news to Fushi who is excited to find his new friends. Only they are not immortal just yet. You see what Bon actually got is an “immortal friend DIY kit” of three soldiers with a lot of free time and willingness to die to become Fushi’s vessels. Easy peasy. The soldiers are Kai Renald Rawle from Uralis who just lost his father, Hairo Rich, a former Bennet guard, and Messar, their connection in Renril. Fushi is furious, this is not what he signed for and he wants a refund.
Gaining the people’s trust
But before that, we have to meet Renril’s princess to assure her that she and her country will be safe from the Nokkers if she could only grant Fushi and the party some favors. First is the citizen cooperation, ok reasonable since it’s their safety we are talking about. Second is the castle’s blueprint. Now we are sounding like thieves. hird, Fushi asks for the whole city no excuses… there you have it, our subtle and delicate Fushi he even threatens the Princess, a disaster.
Bon is like “forgive the kid” oh my if these soldiers only knew. The princess on her side, very mature just asks for the party to earn everything they just asked for, be it the trust of the people, the army, or the castle.
Fushi feels like fighting with everyone today. He asks Messar where he can build his base. Smart. Since I’m assuming he is not welcomed in the castle. And before Messar can give him an explanation Fushi is like “what do you know playing games”.
His tsundere heart is stronger than him and he decides to stay and play with Kai anyways. Kai tells us how he lived with just his grandma and his father and how he would be physically abused by him every day. It sure was a difficult childhood. One day, the Noker attacked the city and he was helped by Bon, he joined the army and that’s how Kai sitting there, kicking Fushi’s arse in a board game. But there is no way of convincing Fushi about Bon’s plan yet.
Eko feels something is wrong in a corner of the city so Drunk grandpa-Fushi and Kai go to investigate. The water wheel was destroyed and the citizens are in need of help. And there is Fushi helping, as he does. While he was at it, he created his base. It was touching to see Grandpa’s house again. News surely travel quickly and the Princess couldn’t believe what she was listening to. An old man just popped in and build a water wheel?
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