222 girl and worry around

"Will you go to the God of the Winged Ones? Isn't that dangerous? They don't care about us, but they do care about Lelanda. Maybe they're not going to let Lelanda leave. ......
I don't have a bad feeling about this, so I think I'll be fine.

 When I came to him for advice, he opened his mouth with concern.

 I hadn't thought about it, but I wondered if it would be an option to not let me leave. But I don't have a bad feeling at all, so I think I'll be fine.
 Ms. Dong, Ms. Sireva, and Mr. O'Shazio all looked at me with difficulty.

If Lerunda doesn't have a bad feeling about it, then it can't be bad. But just because you don't have a bad feeling doesn't mean that something won't happen. Of course, it's not that I don't trust Lelanda's intuition. It's helped me. I'm just worried.
"Yes. I don't know what they're thinking either. There's a good chance they're trying to do something. Just like we used to.
Yeah. We were almost sacrificed by Shillelagh and his men. ....... But I think it's better to check out the gods than to let those people continue to be incomprehensible.

 Each of them says.

 I've never had a bad feeling about anything, but that doesn't mean it's a universal feeling. If I were a universal being, nothing bad would ever happen to me. I'm a child of God, but that doesn't mean I know everything or can do everything.
 That's why I'm asking for advice from adults. This is why I consult with adults, because I might act wrongly on my own.

...... Honestly, I'm worried about them and I don't want them to go, but as Mr. O'Shazio said, it's not good for the village if we continue to not know what's going on with them. If you want to help the village, it would be best if you go to .......
Mr. Lan, I'll be fine. Don't worry. I won't do anything rash. And Mr. Biller said it's okay for me to take the others with me, so I'll be fine.

 It's better for this village that I know God. It is better for this village that I know God than to remain unaware of the winged ones. I don't know if they will become our enemies or our allies, but it's better to know them than to remain as they are.

 Mr. Ran is a worrier. No, not just you, but Dong and the others too.
 Even though they know I'm a child, they worry about me and smile at me like I'm a normal child.

 Mr. Ran once told me that being a child of the gods means that you can be treated differently from the norm. Whenever I feel that way, my heart overflows with the feeling that I love you all.

That's true. ....... If I were to go, Dong and I would not be able to go with you because of the village. I'm sure you'll be able to find something that works for you. There is no guarantee that something will not happen while Lelanda, the Divine Child, is out. I'm sure she'll be fine. ......
"Yeah. I'm not taking all of them with me. I'm hoping I can take two of them and Fresne. Mr. Biller and the others can't see Fresne.
Understood. I'll decide who else to take. And Lelunda, you have to promise me something.
Yes. If Lelanda wants to go, I won't stop her. But if you do go, please come back safely. Show me you are well again. That's all I want you to promise.
 Mr. Lan said, looking straight at me.
"...... Yeah. I'll be fine. I promise you that.

 I'm not going to die. I'm not going to die. I don't know what their god is like, but I'm willing to turn back if I feel it's too dangerous. So I smiled at Mr. Rang to say it was okay.

"Okay, I'll go with Lelunda. Let's take Gaius with us.
"Gaius too?
"Yeah. They don't know that Gaius can turn into a wolf, do they? If something happens, we might surprise them, right?

 I thought about what Mr. Oshacio said.
 Beastmen don't generally take the form of wolves, and Biller and the others would be surprised if Gaius suddenly took the form of a wolf.
 It would be reassuring if Mr. O'Shazio would come with us.

I'll send a young one from the elves.
"And then there's that. I'll let Lernda know when I've decided who to send with me.
"Yeah, okay.

 After I replied, I went to the gryphons to think about which gryphons to take with me.

 --A girl and her worries.

 (People around her worry about her as if she were a normal child.