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Genshin Impact, Breezing Through Teyvat – Chapter 4: Uh…She Is Gone… Bahasa Indonesia

I have decided to up the chapters a bit for today since I got a patron, so I will release three chapters today and then somehow write three more as fast as I can for him so that people wouldn’t say I scam them on ******* or something…


The mysterious Kaeya, the Cavalry Captain. His look was exotic, just as Yomite’s. He was a tall young man of lean build with dark skin and while this was already enough to give him the exotic and foreign look, his diamond-shaped pupils and long navy blue hair was the finisher. He had a long ponytail that reached his waist. He also wore an eyepatch over his right eye.

Yomite wondered if he lost his eye or if it was just a chuuni accessory.

‘I guess I will have to ask him later.’

His clothes were form-fitting, consisting of a white fur cloak over a white jacket that exposed his chiseled chest, a navy shirt, and slim navy pants. He donned a cape resembling a single wing over his left shoulder. If anything, this person was much more exotic looking and wore more exotic clothes than Yomite did.

Yomite also noticed that he possessed the godly source of power, the Vision, which was hanging around his left thigh. His Vision looked different in both design and color from the Vision that Hu Tao had.

His Vision was blue, with two feathers, while Hu Tao’s Vision was red like crimson flames, and the design wasn’t even remotely similar to the one he had.

‘He is really strong.’ Yomite wondered to himself as he observed him from head to toes.

The way he carried himself was especially something you can only learn how to do by continuous training.

But his attitude was what actually kind of disturbed Yomite the most.

‘He let us in without a care in the world, called me his little brother, and now is leading us to the commander of this city…Something is fishy here. But the good thing is that we made it into the city despite the fuss at the gate.’ He unconsciously looked at the carefree Hu Tao who was still licking away at her candy.

He observed the city an noticed that the city was indeed bustling with liveliness. The people looked pretty happy. That was a good sign. If the citizens are happy, then there is less chance of meeting an oppressive higher-up that might drive him away because he had no identification.

Well, altogether, he was lucky he wasn’t thrown into a world where there was an ongoing war or something, but he knew that peace would eventually go away and the war might happen one day, as Hu Tao told him there were plenty of other small ‘countries’ like this one, that have desires to expand their territories, and as known from the history of mankind, there were always wars due to some stupid reasons to start a conflict.

For example, he remembered that in the past, he read about a war that started because a couple of fishermen started throwing Cod fishes at each other. The name was The Cod Fish War. It was about a territorial dispute of fishing.

So if one day, a war broke out, which side would he be fighting for? Or would he just lay low somewhere until it all ends?

‘Nah… it’s pointless to think about stuff like that now. In any case, my old world was a bizarre place for sure.’

As they stepped inside the city, he felt as if he was on a market. All around him were shops of all kinds. From a shop that looked like it was selling flowers, to an outside blacksmith, to something that resembled a scam, selling some kind of protective ‘Divine Artifacts Charms’.

‘I have never seen an outdoors smithy before. I used to spend a lot of time in a smithy back on Earth. My father’s friend owned a smithy, so we attended it regularly. Seeing one that is maintained outdoors, and looks like it’s a self improvisation brings a lot of joy to me.’

The smithy was run by a burly middle-aged man with a beard, together with what looked to be his disciple.

The forge was also pretty well done for an improvisation.

“I told ya to pre-heat it! Pre-heat it! Do ya know what that means, ya Bampot!”

“Bu-But master! I wanted to quickly finish it so that I can start making another sword!”

“Jobby! Tis’ trash! Yer reapin’ what ya sow. I won’t allow ya to go play by yooehrself! Yer better finish tis’ thin’ before the sun lays low! Awa’ n bile your head!”

“Y-Yes, master!”

They gathered quite the crowd of people who were laughing at the boy’s misfortune. It was an everyday sight, and it was simply too funny and satisfying to listen to the amazing and bountiful dictionary of his master. It felt like a comedy skit.

Yomite also couldn’t help but smile at the sight. He remembered being the same, inexperienced child, but you learn along the way and from your mistakes.

‘Good luck, kiddo.’

As he looked further to his left, there was a large building with a sign that read ‘Adventurer’s guild’.

Yomite was pleasantly surprised he could read, which could either mean his body was modified by the goddess to the point that he can perform speech, read and write in their language, or this world’s language was the same as back on Earth.

He noticed there was a black-haired beauty behind a counter, which was also outdoors for whatever reason. Usually, in isekai stories or in a fantasy setting, the adventurers guild is a rowdy place full of people that would try to pick a fight with you. There would always be a cute lady behind a counter, but the counter and the board with quests were usually located inside of the guild and not outside, so this a breath of fresh air.

The woman behind the counter looked diligent and didn’t move a single inch since the past minute. The professionalism of this person was definitely showing.

‘It’s almost scary, she isn’t even blinking. Is she a human?’

As he was looking around, Kaeya stopped and waited for him to feast his eyes upon the city. Yomite noticed this and got moving.

“Do you like it here?”

“Oh yeah, it’s really peaceful.”

“Of course! Knights like me are the reason why! Your older brother is simply an outrageously amazing person.” Kaeya chuckled in amusement as he said this.

“…So…how should I address you? Is Kaeya enough?”

Kaeya smiled and gave him a wink, “Kaeya is fine, but you can also call me older brother! I always wanted to have a younger sibling, you see, my older sibling is rather…grumpy you could say. He is so cold to me, but it’s fun to tease him, that’s for sure.”

“An older sibling? I see that you have your hands full.”

“Well, we aren’t really related as I was adopted into his family, but I regard him as such.”

“I see. I never had a sibling, so I can’t really tell how it feels like to have one, but it has to be fun to some degree. Also a bit annoying.”

“Well, it’s a shame that you couldn’t experience the greatness of having a brother to bul—I mean, have fun with! Teasing him is one of the funniest things. But don’t worry, now you have me, so come on…call me brother, older brother, big brother, Aniki, anything your heart desires~!”

There was a reason why Kaeya was this excited. The trigger was the words that Hu Tao spoke of before. Having another brother sounded interesting and fun to him.

Being able to tease two brothers at once is better than one!

Moreover, he did look like he came from the same place as him. So his hidden motive might have had to do something with it.

“Ehm…I think I will stick with Kaeya for now…” Yomite was a bit uncomfortable calling a stranger brother. At least for now.

“Is that so? What a shame, little brother. I know you will change your mind soon enough! Well then, follow me. We are almost there.”

They turned right and followed a short path, quickly arriving in front of something that resembled a pub.

“Eh…this doesn’t look like the place…” No matter how much he looked, this was a pub. It didn’t look like the Headquarters of a fortress at all.

“Don’t mind don’t mind! Come on in!”

Yomite’s face twisted into a troubled look at Kaeya’s words.

Maybe he was overthinking it, maybe this pub was a hidden place where the strongest of individuals from the city gathered in like a secret room or something. That was a standard plot for a lot of novels.

He decided to go in after all, ‘Wait…where is Hu Tao?’ He turned around but she was gone.

“Kaeya, where did Hu Tao wander off? How did we lose her? Was she kidnapped?”

“Hu Tao? Oh, you mean the little girl? She said she had something to discuss with the Guild about her coffin discounts. She will be back shortly. If I remember, I saw her before. She came here like two years ago I think, and raised a ruckus about selling coffins to healthy people. She is a lively one for sure!”

Yomite facepalmed himself, ‘Jeez, so she was serious when she was talking about the discount stuff? She is so small I didn’t even notice she had disappeared…’

Unwillingly, he followed Kaeya inside the pub…


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