After leaving the new dungeon core in the hallway Thirty-seven makes her way back to the throne room.
Thirty-seven: “Madam Erin, may I have a moment?”
Sitting on the throne Madam Erin seems relatively shocked. “Well isn’t this unusual, I guess sense it is such a special event I will allow it.
Thirty-seven: “Madam Erin, it is not fair what you are doing to the new dungeon core. You know as well as I do you where supposed to give him 10,000XP to start his training dungeon not 2000xp. You where also supposed to limit the attacks to a maximum of 500xp for the first day and only raise it 500xp each successful day afterwards, but you already hit 800xp on the first days attack.”
Madam Erin: “That has to be more words then you have said to me in the last five years altogether. I didn’t realize having you take care of him would turn into such a bonus. Besides, he is seems to be handling himself quite well as it stands.”
Thirty-seven: “He also lacks plenty of knowledge he should have been born with. I had to teach him to use magic.”
Madam Erin: “Yes, I noticed that as well. He did no know what magic was before I explained it to him.”
Thirty-seven: “I think it goes along with the trouble in his [Menu], he has spent hours looking over everything on there but at times he asks questions about things that should be in plain sight, but as soon as you tell him about it he finds it instantly like it wasn’t there before you said anything. He has also sent me many messages through [Menu], but never replies when I send him one back. I don’t believe he even knows he is sending them. Several times he has called me to meet with him, but when I go to meet with him he seems surprised.”
Madam Erin: “I might have to speak with the other elders about that, I have never heard of something like a malfunction in the [Menu] before.”
Thirty-Seven: “You also have yet to supply him with his dungeons’ boss monster yet. And speaking of the elders, you still haven’t explained only half of the new dungeon cores are going to be able to make their own dungeon after a evaluation at the end of the month.”
Madam Erin: “I think he’s doing fine right now. If he starts struggling, I’ll give him a hand, but you know only one or two dungeon cores out of them will survive the first month they’re on their own.”
She makes a pause, then continues.
Madam Erin: “Even without a boss monster, he’s still making it through, so his odds in the future are not bad. I’d rather he suffer through his safe period than die within a month of leaving this place. For now, just keep an eye on him, I’ll talk to the elders about the problems with his [Menu].”
Thirty-seven: “He is calling me again, so I am going now.” Thirty-seven turns and begins walking out the door.
Madam Erin calls out to her as she walks out the door. “It really was nice to have a conversation with you for once after so long. Take care of our pup now.”