After finishing his prayers in the main hall of the church, a few maids finally led the way to bishop Tapris.
Tapris was very frank the moment he started speaking, “My child, you seem to have run into some trouble!”
“Yes, respected Bishop. I urgently need teaching and guidance from the god of knowledge.” Leylin secretly grew a lot more relaxed just due to Tapris’ attitude. He was indeed like what Leylin had suspected, and only intended to take this opportunity to knock his family’s confidence. He didn’t have any plans to actually replace the Faulens.
If this was the case, foregoing a few benefits in exchange for his help was not a difficult issue for him to discuss.
Judging by his behaviour, Bishop Tapris must have also been nodding secretly to himself. As heir to the Faulen family, Leylin’s promises would have to be fulfilled even by Baron Jonas, and this was one made in a church with a deity as their witness.
‘It seems like Baron Jonas has an outstanding successor!’ Tapris thought slowly to himself, then looked at Leylin, “Dear little Leylin, have you heard of Viscount Tim?”
“Viscount Tim?” Leylin’s voice was filled with doubt....