Did you know there is like a Scholar school in Ishgard?
They don’t teach actual scholars how to be scholars. These people don’t use magic. They are more like wise, educated people who are smart and study all day.
Of course this leads into others being jealous of their smartness.
And pupils being jealous of other pupils!
I am a superhero, so I can handly and resolve any situation.
I returned the book to its owner. It was a little burnt…
I also scared away the awful jealous pupil and his thug friends.
Yet, my Detective Riiko senses told me, that there was something going on the the shadows!
In a conversation with the teachers, I explained what happened and that they should teach their pupils better.
They knew themselves that something wasn’t right within their school, so they had already hired an inspector to solve the case.
It was Inspector Brie!
Brie was as surpised to see me as I was to see him.
Was he actually trying to solve a case without Hildibrand?!
Anyway, we talked to all the pupils and gathered clues about what might be going on.
I quickly met “what was going on”.
It was a group of super elitist pupils who thought they are something cause they are born into higher houses of Ishgard. Scums!
The poor and kind pupil fell to the ground in an argument, while the scum was laughing.
Nobody wanted to mess with the scum, so even the ladies didn’t really interact with the kind student.
Except for lil whitehead.
She picked up his book that had falled to the floor and handed it over.
“OHMYGOD HE LOOKED AT ME”, said her face all over before she ran away like she had never run in her whole life.
Again, I had a strategic meeting with the adults.
They weren’t much of a help. But I was able to talk to the headmistress of the school. She told me, the school was struggling with new pupils. Yeah, guess why. Nobody wants to spend time with that “nobly scum”.
The pupils received the task to recruit new people!
Yet, not all of them showed up.
I was sent to investigate and of course, it was some hired assassin that was trying to get money in exchange for a student’s life.
The awesome person I am, I managed to procure some old family treasure from one of the pupils in order to free the other.
Why that assassin didn’t accept my direct trade in order to give her gil, is beyond my comprehension.
In the end, all were saved. The pupils, the school (with a few more pupils than before). Only the scum was still there.
I talked with Inspector Brie about it and he said, it shouldn’t be an issue in the future.
Yeah, right. <.<;
He was not amused at my sarcasm, but I didn’t care!
I was just glad that the “fake-scholar-issue” was resolved…